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526                          INDEX OF FIRST LINES
Verse
JVotes
The small birds rejoice . . . .270
466
The smiling spring comes in rejoicing
118
395
The sun he is sunk in the west
288
473
The taylor fell thro' the bed .
. 151
409
The taylor he cam here to sew
174
417
The Thames flows proudly to the sea
243
454
The wean wants a cradle
184
420
The weary fund, the weary pund
192
426
The winter it is past
T40
406
The wintry west extends iis blast
3°5
483
Their groves o' sweet myrtle .
88
381
Then, gudewife, count the lawin
216
443
Then hey for a lass wt a tocher
177
418
Theniel Menzies' bonie Mary .
213
442
Then up wit a', my ploughman lad
138
404
There grows a bonie brier-bush
280
470
There lived a carl in Kellyburn braes
312
486
"There liv'd a man in yonder glen
318
488
There 's aold Rob Morris
. 127
398
There 's a youth in this city
165
414
*There 's canld kail in Aberdeen
201
43i
There 's nane shall ken.
93
382
There 's news, lasses, news
184
420
There's nought but care on ev'ry han'
102
388
There's sax eggs in the pan, gudeman
191
426
There's three true gude fellows
207
432
*There was a battle in the North
326
492
There was a bonie lass .
147
408
There was a lad was born in Kyle
289
473
There was a lass, and she was fair
49
368
There was a lass, they ca'd her Meg
158
410
There was a wife wonn'd in Cockpen
188
423
There was five carlins in the South
246
455
There was on a time
235
452
There was three kings into the east
3M
487
They snool me sair, and hand me down
169
4*5
Thickest night, surround my dwelling
279
470
Thine am 1, my faithful fair
76 ,
378
This is no my ain lassie
90
382
Tho' cruel fate should bid us part
64
373
Thou hast left me ever, Jamie .
138
404
Thou ling'ring star with less'ning ray
62
372
Tho' women's minds like winter winds
69
375
To daunton me, to daunton me
159
411
To the weavers gin ye go, fair maids
18
356
True-hearted was he
13
355
Turn again, thou fair Eliza
48
367
*Twa bonie lads were Sandy and Jockie
320
490
- 'Twas even—the dewy fields were green
22
358
'Twas in the seventeen hunderd year .
256
459
'Twas na her bonie bine e'e was my ruin
95
383
'Twas on a Monday morning .
285
472
*'Twas past one o'clock
144
407
Up, and warn a', Willie
.
266 .
465






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