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372 Indiana University Publications, Folklore Series
INDEX OF FIRST LINES
Page
A frog he would a-wooing go...............................................  232
All in the merry month of May.............................................  112
All on the Spanish Main the Turkish "Shiveree"............................   160
All on the Spanish Main the Turkish "Silveree"............................   158
A man whose name was Johnny Sands......................................  262
As I came a-whistling from my plow........................................   153
As I rode east and as I rode west..........................................  166
As I was out walking for pleasure one day..............................176, 177
As I was walking all alone.................................................  311
As I went out walking for pleasure one day.................................   175
As you go out to yonders town.............................................    24
Awake, arise, ye drowsy sleeper............................................   172
Away down yonder on Beaver Creek.......................................  324
A young man courted his own dear darling..................................  211
Can you leave your house and land?........................................  134
Come all you Texas rangers................................................  316
Come listen, good people (come listen unto me).............................  239
Come riddle, come riddle to me, dear Mother...............................    70
Come riddle this, Father; come riddle this, Mother.........................    69
Beep, deep in yonder valley................................................ 251
Don't you see a milk-white crow........................................... 290
Down in a lonely valley............................................... 248, 249
Down in Carlyle there lived a lady......................................... 279
Frog went a-courting, he did ride.......................................229, 234
Go bring me some of your father's gold.................................... 33
Go make for me a cambric shirt............................................ 28
Hark to the roaring sheep, sir.............................................. 321
He followed me up and he followed me around............................. 31
He followed me up; he followed me down.................................. 34
I came to the spot where the White Pilgrim lay............................. 358
I courted a lady; her beauty was so bright.................................. 196
I dreamed last night of my truelove......................................300
If Mr. A. or B. gets sick................................................... 308
If you go up to town tonight............................................. 25
If you will leave your house carpenter.................................145, 146
I lived in Transylvania, not of a high degree................................ 274
I'll tell you of a soldier that lately came from sea........................... 40
I loved a little beauty, but she's not with me now........................... 345
In Jersey City where I did dwell.......................................198, 199
In London City where I did dwell.......................................... 200
In Oxford Town in Halifax fair..___...................................276, 278
In Scarlet Town where I was born............. 99,102,104, 106,108, 110, 116, 119








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