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FIRST INDEX.
Country hostess's vindication, 428.
Country lass (The), SOS, 375, 647.
Country maiden's lamentation (The), 593.
Countryman's delight (The), 542.
Countryman's new care-away, 304
Countryman's ramble through Bartholomew Fair,
Countrymen of England, 292.                      [585.
Courage crown'd with conquest, 276.
Courageous Betty of Chick Lane, 571.
Courageous soldiers of the West, 571.
Court lady (The), 361.
Courteous health, or Merry boys, 528.
Courtiers, courtiers, think not, 606.
Courtiers scorn us country clowns, 235.
Coy shepherdess (The), 284.
Crafty cracks of East Smithfield, 551.
Cramp is in my purse (The), 89.
Creditors' complaint against bankers, 503.
Cries of London (The), 551.
Crimson velvet, 179, 319, 772.
Cripple (The), 158.
Crossed couple (The), 325.
Crown's far too weighty for shoulders of eighty, 622.
Cruel black (The), 197.
Cruel, bloody fate, 279.
Cruel parents (The), 190.
Cruel shrew, or Patient man's woe, 341.
Cruelty of Barbara Allen. 538.
Cruiskeen lawn, 770.
Crums of comfort for the youngest sister, 203.
Cuckolds all a row, 340.
Cuckoo's commendation (The), 774.
Cumberland laddy, or Willy and Nelly, 503.
Cumberland lass (The), 504,
Cumberland Nelly, or North country lovers, 503.
Cunning Northern beggar, 333.
Cup of old stingo "(A), 305, 808.
Cuper's garden, 727.
Cupid's conquest, 190.
Cupid's courtesy, 863, 780.
Cupid's garden, 727, 735.
Cupid's revenge, 591.
Cupid's trepan, 555.
Cushion dance, 153, 156.
Cyclops (The), 431.
Daddy Neptune one day, 721.
Dainty, come thou to me, 517.
Dal, derra rara, dal dara, 553.
Damask rose, or Lily fair, 780.
Dame, lend me a loaf, 483.
Damsel, I'm told (A), 555.
Dance after my pipe, 84, 164,182.
Dance of Death, 84, 164, 182.
Dance tune, about 1300, 27.
Daphne, or The shepherdess, 338.
Dargason, 62, 64, 627.
Date obolum Belisario, 717.
Death and the cobbler, 348.
Death and the exciseman, 165.
Death and the lady, 164, 772.
Deel assist the plotting Whigs, 609.
Defence of Hyde Park, 327.
Defence for milkmaids, 349.
Deil's awa wi' the exciseman (The), 312.
Delights and the pleasures of a man without care,
Delights of the bottle (The), 498.                [498.
Deptford plum cake (The), 551.
Derbyshire hornpipe (The), 741,79G.
Derbyshire miller (The), 750.
Deny down, 348, 677.
Despairing beside a clear stream, 493.
Deuks dang o'er my daddie, 344.
Devil's progress (The), 442.
Dialogue between Jack and his mother, 551, 786.
Dialogue between Tom and Dick, 379.
Diana and her darlings dear, 371.
Did you not hear of a gallant sailor? 452.
Disloyal favorite, or Unfortunate statesman, 619,
Distracted Puritan (The), 332.
Distracted sailor (The), 597.
Dives and Lazarus, 117.
Do, do, nightingale, syng full mery, 705.
Do me no harm, good man, 208, 774.
Dr. Faustus, 162.
Dominion on the sword (The), 431.
Donkin Dargason, 64.
Doubting virgin (The), 557.
Down among the dead men, 643.
Down, down with political fools, 456.
Down in the North country, 279, 281, 777.
Down with the Whigs, we'll now grow wise, 427.
Downfall of the Mitre at Cambridge, 446,
Draw near, you country girls, 254.
Dreaded hour, my dear love (The), 605.
Drink, laugh, sing, boys, 344.
Drink to-day, and drown all Borrow, 670.
Drink to me only with thine eyes, 707.
Drive the cold Winter away, 193.
Dublin's deliverance,orThe surrender of Drogheda,
Duehess of Suffolk's calamity, 371.                [571.
Duke of Norfolk (The), 117.
Duke of York's delight, 813.
Dulce Domum, 576.
Dulcina, 143, 771.
Dull Sir John, 628.
Dumb maid (The), or Dumb, dumb, dumb, 120,457.
Durham stable, 317.
Dusky night rides down the sky, 650.
Dusty miller (The), 608.
Early one morning, just as the sun, 735.
Eighth Henry ruling in this land, 144.
Eighty-eight (time of 1588), 211.
Engelsche Klocke Dauns, 283.
England's darling [Duke of Monmouth], 523.
England's honour and London's glory, "430.
England's valour and Holland's terror, 778.
English courage, 657.
Entered apprentice's song (The), 664.
Essex's lamentation, 176, 810.
Essex's last good-night, 174.
Escape of the King of Scots [Charles II.], 435.
Ev'ry man take his glass in his hand, 674.
Exciseman and Death, 165.
Excuse me, 343.
Fa, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la (The waits), 549.
Fa, la, lanky down dilly, 274 and 276.
Fading, 235.
Fain I would, if I could, 439, 628.
Fain would I be in the North country, 460.
Fain would I have, 91.
Fair angel of England, 319.
Fair Hebe I left, 676.
Fair lady, lay those costly robes aside, 164.
Fair maid, arc you walking? 223.
Fair maid of Bristol (The), 197.
Fair maid of Doncaeter (The), 559.
Fair maid of Dunsmore, 871.







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