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BALLADS, SONGS, AND TUNES.                                            807
Live, live with me, 214. Lo! He conies in clouds descending, 748. Logan water, 620, note. London gentlewoman (The), 312. London is a fine town, 219, 774. London ladies, 592. London lass's lamentation, 584. London prentice (The), 151, 265. x Ditto (another tune), 146. London's true character, 340. London waits, 550. Long ere the morn, 256. Long have I liv'd a bachelor's life, 461. Long have we been with balladry oppress'd, 632. Longing shepherdess (The), 184. Look up, my lords, 121. Looking glass for ladies, 371. Lord Essex's last good-night, 174. Lord of Lome and the false steward, 228. Lord Lovel, 383.
Lord Thomas he was a bold forester, 145. Lord Wigmore, 371.
Lord Willoughby's welcome home, 115, 770. Lost is my quiet for ever, 794. Loth to depart, 173, 708, 772. Love and innocence, 673. Love in the blossom, 284. Love lies bleeding, 431, 782. Love me little, love me long, 512. Love's constancy, 313. Love's lunacy, 334. Love's solace, 779.
Love-sick maid of Wapping (The), 509. Love-sick serving-man (The), 592. Love's tide, 457.
Love will find out the way, 303. ' Lover's mistake (The), 494, Lovely Nancy, 715, 787. Lovely Northern lass (The), 459. Loyal Feast at Haberdashers' Hall, 619. Loyal lovers (The), 284. Loyal subjects' exultation (The), 436. Loyalty respected, and faction confounded, 503. ] mcina, 270, 285. Lull me beyond thee, 259. Lulling beyond thee, 259. Lusty friar of Flanders (The), 307. Lusty gallant, 91, 769.
Macbeth, 614.
Mad Besse's vagary, 334.
Madman's Morrice, 334.
Mad Moll, 603.
Mad Robin, 512.
Mad Tom, 330, 778.
Maggie Lawder, 620, note.
Maid peept out of the window, 274.
Maiden fair, 257.
Maiden, fresh as a rose, 792.
Maiden's joy (The), 117, note.
Maiden's sad complaint for want of a husband, 462.
Maid's answer to the knight's three questions, 530.
Make room for an honest red-coat, 334.
Mall Peatly, 298, 778.
Mall Sims, 177, 789.
Malt's come down, 74.
Man had three sons (A), 189.
Man of Kent (The), 566.
Manchester angel (The), 734.
March, boys, 536.
March, said to have been played when Maiy, Queen of Scots was proceeding to execution, 519.
Margaret's ghost (on which Mallet founded his ballad), 383.
Marigold (The), on Queen Mary, 178.
Mark! how the blushful morn, 414, 781.
Mark Noble's frolic, 553.
Mark well my heavy, doleful tale, 197.
Married man's bondage (The). 378.
Married man's lamentation, 427.
Marriage of the frog and the mouse, 88.
Marriage, or The mouse-trap, 602.
Marry me, quoth the bonny lass, 435.
Mars shall to Cupid now submit, 355.
Martin said to his man, 76.
Mary Ambree, 159.
Maiy doth complain, 178.
Mary's ghost, 383.
Maudlin, the merchant's daughter, 117.
Maultman comes a-Monday, 635.
May-day country mirth, 301.
May-day, or Mayers' song at Hitchin, 753.
May-day dance, 671.
May-fair, 587.
Maying-time, 377.
May-pole is up (The), 773.
Me have of late been in England, 445,
Meadow brow, (The), 182.
Merchant's daughter (The), 117, note.
Merchantman (The), 381.
Merrily and cherrily, 285.
Merry bagpipes (The), 536, 786.
Merry boys of Christmas, 428.
Merry boys of Kent (The), 359.
Merry, careless lover (The), 356.
Merry, merry, merry, cheary, cheary, 580.
Merry milkmaids (The), 281, 777.
Merry milkmaids' delight, 297.
Merry milkmaids in green, 295.
Merry wedding, or O brave Arthur of Bradley, 539.
Midnight messenger (The), 165.
Milking pail (The), 297, 614.
Milkmaids' dance, 282.
Milkmaid's dumps (The), 295.
Milkmaid's life (The), 295.
Milkmaid's new-year's gift, 428.
Milkmaid's resolution (The), 556.
Mill goes clack, clack, clack, 589.
Miller and the King's daughters, 177.
Miller, he caught the fair maid (The), 760.
Miller would I be (A), 483.
Miller's advice to his sons, 773.
Millfield, 185, 627.
Minstrels play'd their Christmas tune, 752.
Miss Dawson's hornpipe, 719.
Miss Peachey, 779.
Mock-beggai-s' Hall, 354, 355.
Moderation and alteration, 300.
Moll Peatly, 289, 778.
Molly, put the kettle on, 795.
Monarchy triumphant, 436.
Monk, General, 275, 286.
Monmouth is a brave lad, 785.
Montrose's lines, 379, 507.
Moon shall be in darkness, (The), 739.
Morris dance, 283, 708, 777.
Mother beguil'd the daughter (The),
Mother Watkin's ale, 137.             [306, 356, 375.
Mouse-trap (The), 602.
Muirland Willie, 786.







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