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BALLADS, SONGS, AND TUNES.
801
Cambridge is a merry town, 219.
Cam'st thou not from Newcastle? 839, 779.
Csn love be eontroll'd by advice? 494.
Cr.n nothing, Sir,move you? 715, 788.
Cf,n you dance the shaking of? 85.
Can you not hit it? 239.
Caper and firk it, 541.
Cuptain bold in Halifax (A), 714.
Captain Ward, 92.
Caput apri defero, 757.
Car* dance (The), 448.
Care, away go thou from me, 689.
Care, thou canker of our joys, 722.
Carlton's epithalamium, 186.
Carman's whistle (The), 137 to 140, 428.
Ciise is altered now (The), 279.
Catching of quails (The), 84, and note.
Catholic ballad, 212.
Cavalier's eomplaint (The), 358.
Cavalilly, man, 440.
Caveat for young men, 462.
Oisase, rude Boreas, 597, 786.
Cease your funning, 664.
C'est l'amour, l'amour, l'amour, 748.
Chanson Roland, 7, 764, 765.
Charles of Sweden, 657.
Charming Billy, 665.
Chaste, pious, prudent Charles the Second, 569.
Cheerily and merrily, 285.
Cheshire rounds, 598, 796.
Chester waits, 551.
Chevy ohase, 45, 47, 196, 198, 200, 773.
Children in the wood, 200, 265.
Chime tune, 283, 778.
Chips of the old block, 431.
Chirping of the lart (The), 396.
Chirping of the nightingale, 627.
Christmas comes but onee a-year, 227.
Christmas is my name, 464, 783.
Christmas's lamentation, 463, 783.
City ramble (The), 553.
City's feast to the Lord Protector, 161,
Clean contrary way (The), 425, 781.
Clear cavalier (The), 447.
Clear is the air, and the morning is fair, 822.
Clock had struck (The), 778.
Clown's courtship (The), 87.
Cobbler's end (The), 852.
Cobbler's hornpipe (The), 594.
Cobbler's jig (The), 277.
Cobbler's last will and testament, 451.
Cobbler of Castlebury (The), 796.
Cobbler there was (A), 848, 352.
C ock Lorrell, 161.
C ocky my cary she, 561, 787.
Coffin for King Charles (A), 439.
C olehester waits, 550.
C old and raw, 306, 307, 309.
Cold's the wind and wet's the rain, 278.
C olin's conceits, 242.
Colin's complaint, 498.
College hornpipo (The), 740.
Come, all that love good company, 344.
Come, all you caballers, 441.
Come, all you farmers, out of the country, 327.
Come, all you maidens fair, 524.
Come, all you noble, 327.
(Jome, all you sailors bold, lend an ear, 678.
(!ome, all you young blades, 735.
< Some, all you young maids as live at a distance, 782.
Come, and do not musing stand, 305. Come, and listen to my ditty, 597, 786. Come away, and do not stay, 463. Come, bachelors and married men, 841. Come, boys, fill us a bumper, 528. Come, bring with a noise, 773. Come, buy my greens and flowers fine, 651. Come, cheer up, my lads, 716, 788. Come, come away to the Temple, 436. Come, come, beloved Londoners, 442. 'Come, companions, join your voices, 578. Come, faith, since I'm parting, 288, 778. Come, follow, follow me, 272, 273. Come, gallant Vernon, come, and prove, 658. Come, give us a brimmer, 426. Come, here's to Robin Hood, 398. Come hider, love, to me, 34. Come hither, attend to my ditty, 553. Come hither, friends, and listen unto me, 430. Come, hostess, fill the pot, 365. Come, Jack, let's drink a pot of ale, 858. Come, jolly Bacchus, 657. Come, landlord, fill a flowing bowl, 670. Come, lasses and lads, 531.
Come, let's drink a health to George, our King, 658. Come, let us drink a bout, 670. Come, let us prepare, 664.
Come, listen awhile, tho' the weather is cold, 124. Come, live with me, 213, 214, 215. Come, loyal Britons, all rejoice, 657. Come, mad boys, be glad, 234. Come, my hearts of gold, 269. Come, my Molly, let's be jolly, 836. Come, neighbours, and listen awhile, 540, 604. Come o'er the bourn, Bessy, to me, 505*. Come, open the door, 504. Come, Robin, Ralph, and little Harry, 64. Come, Bhepherds, deck your heads, 261. Come, sons of Summer, by whose toil, 581. Come, sweet lass, 600. Come, sweet love, let sorrow cease, 240, 775.
Come to the court, and be all made knights, 827.
Come, Tom, foot it now, 442.
Come up to my window, 141.
Come, ye merry men all, of Watermen's Hall, 427.
Come, ye young men, come along, 126.
Come you not from Newcastle? 389, 779.
Comin' thro' the rye, 795.
Common cries of London town (The), 219.
Complain, my lute, complain, 210, note.
Conceits of sundry sorts there were, 242.
Concinamus, O sodales, 578. . Confess, or The court lady, 861.
Conspiracy (The), 455.
Constance of Cleveland, 178, 772.
Constant lover (The), 657.
Constant Penelope, 372.
CookLawrell, 160.
Cooper of Norfolk (The), 774.
Coridon and Parthenia, 637.
Corn grinds well (The), 750.
Corn riggs are bonny, 610.
Cotsall shepherds (The), 284.
Council grave our King did hold (A), 39, 199.
Country bumpkin (A), 659.
Country courtship, 671.
Country farmer and buxom virgin, 562.
Country farmer's vain glory, 582.
Country garden (The), 652.
Country gentleman came up to town (A), 593.







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