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Black-letter Broadside Ballads Of The years 1595-1639

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Index of Titles^ First Lines, and "Tunes
Tunes are printed in italics. Titles and first lines are printed in roman type; the former are enclosed in quotation marks. An asterisk (*) indicates that the ballad in question is merely referred to in the notes.
ABC .....
166
Alas what wretched bloody times .
300
All men are inclined to follow their mind .
271
All trades are not alike in show
196
All you good fellows who love strong beer
361
All you that are brave sailors
456
All you that Christians be
105
All you that desirous are to behold
170
All you that valiant fellows be
343
All you young men who would marry
229
Angel Gabriel, The
456
"Anne Wallen's Lamentation "
84
"Arraignment of John Flodder, The"
54
As I was walking of late .
410
As I went to Walsingham
2
As I went to Walsingkam.
1
As late I walked the meads along .
212
Away away make no delay
140
* " Back and the Belly, The "
166
"Back's Complaint For Belly's Wrong, The"
166
"Banquet For Sovereign Husbands, A"
328
"Battle of Birds, A"
150
Bessy Bell ....
323
* Black murther and adultery
300
Blazing torch, The .
212, *456
Bonny Nell .
151
Bragandary (down) . . . 18, 201, 2
83. 3°°. 432, 438
*Brave Lord Willoughby .
455
* Brave Mars begins to rouse
189
Brave Windham late whom fortune did adorn
55
* "Brazen Age, The" .
234
♦"Bugbear Black-Monday, 1652" .
443
Bugle bow ....
i,6
461
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