A Century Of Ballads 1810-1910, Their Composers & Singers

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348             A CENTURY OF BALLADS
Three for Jack, 200, 232, 275, 276
Three Jolly Tars, 164
Three Little Birds, 325
Three Little Songs, 171, 231
Three Old Maids of Lee, 188, 189, 200
Three Songs of the Heather, 180, 302
Through Love to Light, 235
Through the Forest, 281
Through the Ivory Gate, 243
Thunderbolt against Swearers, 20
Thy Beaming Eyes, 286
Thy Sentinel am I, 165
Ti rapirei, 253
Time has not thinned my flowing hair, 45
Time was, 170
Time's Garden, 184, 185
'Tis but a little faded flower, 167
'Tis the harp in the air, 113
Tit for Tat, 176
To all you ladies now at land, 26
To Althea from prison, 171
To Anthea (Hatton), 122, 123, 124, 128
To Anthea (Henry Lawes), 22
To Chloe in sickness, 116
To Mary, 171, 227
To Phyllida, 316
To tell thee how I love, 285
To the West, 133, 134, 137
Token, The, 276, 277
Tom Bowling, 52, 53
Tommy Lad, 285
To-morrow will be Friday, 190
Toute a moi, 170
Treason, 294
Trooper Johnny Ludlow, 2S5
Trottin' to the Fair, 238
True till Death, 166
Trumpeter, The, 274
Turnham Toll, 177
'Twas in the good ship Rover, 52
'Twas on a Sunday morning, 142
Twickenham Ferry, 176, 177
Two Children in the Wood, The, 13
Two Eyes of Grey, 325
Two Little Love Songs, 292
Two Little Songs, 285
Under the Tree, 83
Under thy Window, 184
Unless, 166
Unmindful of the Roses, 292
Vagabond, The, 244
Vanity Fair, 291
Venetian Boat Song, 254
Veteran, The, 170
Vicar of Bray, The, 37, 38
Village Blacksmith, The, 83
Violets, 172
Visitors, 329
Waits, The, 27
Wapping Old Stairs, 48
Watching for the Boats, 179
Watchman, The, 77
Watkin's Ale, 19
Way Home, The, 235
We all to conquering beauty bow, 2S
We met again, 170
We met, 'twas in a crowd, 77
We never see him now, 112
We'll keep the old grey mare, John, 191, 200
Welcome, pretty primrose, 175
Welcome, Yule, 14
Were we lovers then?, 170
What does little birdie say?, 286
What will you bring to me, sweet?, 142
When a Knight loves Ladye, 252
When a little farm we keep, 82
When childher plays, 243
When first I met you, 80
When first we met, 167
When Flying Fame, 13
When forced from dear Hebe to part, 44
When he comes home, 257
When I think on the happy days, 321
When I was young and fair, 145
When Jack and I were children, 292
When lovely woman stoops to folly, 47
When other lips, 107, 224
When shadows gather, 285
When the boys come home, 309
When the King enjoys his own again, 24, 25
Wlien the stars were young, 330
When the stormy winds do blow, 25
When the swallows (Abt), 83
When the swallows (M. V. White), 171
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