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Index to First Lines
I'll give to you a paper of pins .........................................    291
I'll tell you a sad story...............................................    228
I'll tell you a story........................................................    223
I'll tell you a story of little Oma Wise .....................................    227
I love little Willie, I do, mama!....................................... 281,  282
I'm a poor little girl.....................................................    279
I'm gonna live to be an old maid .....................................    310
I'm gwine to weep like er willo'...........................................    439
In a little rosewood casket .......................................... 243,  245
In a little rosewood casket that is resting on the stand.................    249
In come daddy from the plow ............................................    389
In Greencasde lives a lady, who was known this wide world over................    212
In Jersey City where I did dwell ......................................    198
In Jersey City where I do dwell........................................    199
In Jersey where I did dwell .....................................    198
In London City where 1 did dwell................................. 87,  196
In old North Carolina 1 bred and born ............................    280
In that litde rosewood ca^et.................................... 244,  247
In yonder city where I oritx dwel'....................................    196
"'I once could have married a king's daughter'' . ... .................    115
I once did have a charming beau ....................................    297
I once had a sweetheart .........................................    270
I once loved a young man as dear as my life .........................    278
I rode to church last Sunday................................    256
I saw a girl in London .......................................    229
It rained a mist, it rained a mist...............................    103
It's home, daughter, home....................................     158
It was a dark and starless night............. .............    378
It was a pleasant morning in May..............................      81
It was earl-/, earl-/in the morning...............................    161
It was one Friday evening.......................................    162
It was on one dark and gloomy day..........................     234
It was on one Monday morning about four o'clock.......................    427
It was on the fourth of May ................. ...................    334
I've been dnvin' ........................................... 443,  445
T volunteered to Texas ........................................    367
I wager you ............................ ..................      53
1 walked out one evening .......................................    204
I was a high born gentleman......................................    112
I was a wretched rambling boy............. ...........    327
I was brought up in England.....................................     183
I was sixteen years of age..................... ....................    314
I went down in the valley to pray................. ............    42°
I went out this morning for to take a little walk..........................    323
I went up on the mountain top............................429, 432
I will buy you a paper of pins ......................................    294
I will drive on to Georgia and write you my mind...........................    274
I will tell you of a gallan soldier......................................    185
1 wouldn't marry a bachelor ............................................    309
January thirty-first ....................................................    209
Jesse James and Frank.........u.....................................    321
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