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BALLADS, SONGS,
AND TUNES.
811
Savvney and Jockey, 619*.
Saivney was a bonny lad, 612.
Sawney was a dawdy lad, 611.
Sawney was tall, 610, 618.
Sawney will ne'er be my love again, 618.
Says old Simon the King, 263, 776.
Scornful maid (The), 774.
Scotch lass's constancy (The), 619".
Scotch wedding (The), 575.
Scourge for the Pope, 322.
Seaman's mournful bride, 427.
Stdany(The), 64.
See the lovely rose, 607.
Sellenger's round, 69, 541.
Send back my loug-stray'd eyes, 640.
Send forth, dear Julian, all thy books, 426.
Seventeenth day of July (The), 226.
Shackley Hay, 367, 780.
Shaking of the sheet, 84.
Shall I go walk the woods ? 66.
Shall I here rehearse the story ? 315.
Shall I lie beyond thee ? 259.
Shall I, like an hermit, dwell ? 315.
Shall I, mother, shall I ? 444.
Shall 1, shall I? no, no, no, 557.
Shall I, wasting in despair? 315, 316.
Shall the absence of my mistress? 451.
She met with a countiyman, 534.
She rose and let me in, 509, 613.
She's gone and left me all alone, 452.
Shepherd's daughter (The), 126.
Shepherd's delight (The), 129.
Shepherd's dialogue, 377.
Shepherd's joy (The), 775.
Shepherd's resolution (The,) 315.
Shepherd sat him under a thorn (A), 536, 786.
Si lepherd, saw thou not my fair ? 773.
Shoemaker of Jerusalem, 197.
Shoemaker's holiday (The), 277.
Shore's wife, 215.
Shropshire rounds, 599, 796.
Shropshire wakes, or Hey for Christmas, 64.
Sic a wife as Willie had, 795.
Sick, and sick, and very sick, 223, 226.
Since bankers are grown so brittle, 503.
Since first I saw your face, 313, 314.
Since Hanover is eome, 436.
Since Hodge proves ungrateful, 725.
Since Popery of late, 212.
Since Popish plotters, 431.
Since reformation with Whigs is in fashion, 431.
Since Sally's charms so long have been, 645.
Sing, boys, drink, boys, 779.
Sing care away, 210, 304.
Sing " home again," Jockey, e^.6
Sir, do not think these lines, 461.
Sir Edward Nowell's delight^ 149.
Sir Eglamore, 275, 276.
Sir Guy, 171.
Sir John Barleycorn, 150, 305.
Sir John got him an ambling nag, 67.
Sir Lancelot du Lake, 199, 271.
Sir Richard Whittington, 517.
Sir Roger dc Overley, 534.
Sir Walter Raleigh's lamentation, 175.
i it, soldiers, sit, and sing, 342.
lighted Jockey, or Coy Moggy's cruelty, 600.
Slighted maid, or Pining lover, 527.
i lippery Will, or The old bachelor, 461.
Mow men of London, 446.
Smiling Polly, 722.
So, so, the deed is done, 440.
So sweet is the lass that loves me, 780.
Soldier has no fellow (The), 342.
Soldier's departure (The), 557.
Soldier's lamentation, 508.
Soldier's life (A), 144.
Soldier's march, 73.
Soldier's song (A), 669.
Some say drinking does disguise men, 143.
Some talk of Alexander, 162.
Some time I am a tapster, 446.
Some years of late, in eighty-eight. 211, 213.
Song of harvest-home, 582.
Song of the caps, 85.
Song of the declensions, 367.
Songs of shepherds in rustical, 322, 324.
Spanish Armada (Songs on), 213, 774.
Spanish gipsy, 272, 273.
Spanish lady (The), 186, 773.
Spanish pavan, 240, 776.
Spanish tragedy (The), 371.
Spinning wheel (The), 622.
Spring is coming (The), 654.
Stag chase (The), 346
Staines Morris dance, 125.
Stand thy ground, old Harry, 365.
Star that shines by daylight (The), 779.
Stingo, or Oil of barley, 305, 307.
Stop, poor sinner, stop, and think, 749.
Storm (The), " Cease, rude Boreas," 598.
Stormy winds do blow, 292, 742.
Story strange I will you tell (A), 235.
Stout Cripple (The), 158.
Stow the friar, 147.
Strephon and Cloris, 304.
Strike up, you lusty gallants, 92.
Subject's satisfaction (The), 493.
Such a rogue would be hang'd, 777.
Such Tories now are we, 427.
Summer is icumen in, 24, 796.
Summer is comen and Winter is goue, 25.
Summer is comen with love to toune, 25.
Sun had loos'd his weary team (The), 312.
Sure marriage is a fine thing, 596.
Susan Higges, 150.
Susan's complaint and remedy, 648.
Sussex whistling song (The), 571.
Sweet day, so cool, so oalm, 285.
Sweet England's prize is gone, 176.
Sweet, if you love me, 684.
Sweet is the lass that loves me, 354. 779.
Sweet Lucina, lend me thy aid, 269.
Sweet Margaret, 155.
Sweet Mistress Money, 270.
Sweet Nancy, I do love thee, 294.
Sweet Nelly, my heart's delight, 656.
Sweet Robert, 114.
Sweet thing is love (A), 381.
Sweet virgin, hath disdain? 363.
Sweet William's farewell toblack-ey'd Susan, 640.
Sweet, youthful, charming ladies, 361.
Swimming lady (The), 379.
Sword (The), 431.
Take a kiss or twa, dear Jockey, 617, 787. Take thy old cloak about thee, 505. Take time while 'tis offered, 279. Take warning London, and beware, 770. Tanner and the King, 392.







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