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FIRST INDEX.
When shaws are sheen, 397.
When swallows dart from cottage eaves, 713.
When that I was a little tiny boy, 225.
When the hills and lofty mountains, 665.
When the King comes home in peace again, 437.
When the King enjoys his own, 434, 613, 782.
When the Knights of the Bath, 771.
When the rosy morn appearing, 722.
When the stormy winds, 291, 292, 778.
When this old cap was new, 266, 777.
When Troilus dwelt in Troy Town, 91.
When Troy Town for ten years, 371, 372.
When Venus, the goddess of beauty and love, 573.
When you court a young virgin, 639.
When young Paul's steeple, 117.
Whence comes it, neighbour Dick ? 673.
Where gott'st thou the haver-meal bannock ? 611.
Which nobody can deny, 227, 231, 233, 441.
Which way shall I turn ? 353.
Whigs are but small (The), 782.
Whigs are now such precious things, 436.
While others attempt heavy minutes to kill, 690.
While the raging seas do roar, 742.
Whilom I was, 353.
Whim (The), or Bartholomew Fair, 585.
White hen she cackles (The), 483.
Whittington's bells, 517.
Who can blame my woe? 201, 612.
Who has e'er been in London ? 677.
Who list to lead a soldier's life ? 144.
Who list to read the deeds 1 267.
Who liveth so merry ? 81, 790.
Who's the fool now ? 76, 768.
Whoop ! do me no harm, good man, 208, 774.
Whoop 1 Jenny, come down to me, 774.
Why do we boast of Arthur ? 286.
Why should not I love my love ? 339.
Why should we boast of Arthur ? 287.
Why should we so much despise ? 563.
Why, soldiers, why? 669.
Widow Brown (The), 446.
Wife, prithee, now give me thy hand, 455.
Wigmore's galliard, 242.
Will the shepherd and fair Kate, 190.
Will you hear a German princess ? 186.
Will you hear a Spanish lady ? 186.
Will you walk the woods ? 66.
Willoughbv's welcome home, 115.
Willoughby whim (The), 587.
Willow, willow, 206, 774.
Willow tree (The), 377.
Willow tree (The), " I sow'd the seeds," 520.
Willy, prithee, go to bed, 769.
Willy was so blithe a lad, 507, 785.
Wilson's wild (or wile), 87.
Wiltshire wedding (The), 146.
Wiltshire wonderful tragedy, 194.
Winchester christening (The), 312.
Winchester wedding (The), 495, 784.
Wind blawis cald (The), 193.
Wine-cooper's delight (The), 498, 784.
Wine cures the gout, 670.
Winifred's knot, 555.
Winning of Boulogne (The), 148.
Wise men were but seven (The), 363.
Wise sayings of Solomon, 242.
Wit bought at a dear rate, 528.
Wit's never good till 'tis bought, 776.
With a fading, 234.
With a hie dildo dill, 234.
With a new beard, 299.
With a pudding, 235.
With an old motley coat and a malmscv nose, 299.
With an old song, '300.
With grateful hearts we'll drink the health, 651.
With Jockey to the Fair, 711.
With my flock as walked I, 157, 354.
With never a penny of money, 506.
With sobbing grief, 118.
Within the North country, 279
Within the town of Walton fair, 367.
Wiving age (The), 774.
Woeful! lamentation of Jane Shore, 215.
Wolsey's Wild, 87.
Woman's work is never done, 557.
Women all tell me I'm false (The), 679.
Women are strongest, 62.
Woo'd and married and a', 723.
Woody Cock (The), 793.
Wooing of Colman, 72.
Wooing of Queen Catherine, by Owen Tudor, 223.
Wooing song of a yeoman of Kent, 90.
Worksop waits, 551.
World hath allurements (The), 269.
Would you win a young virgin of fifteen ? 639.
Ye banks and braes o' bonny Doon, 794.
Ye Church-ales and ye Morrises, 271.
Ye Commons and Peers, 664,
Ye dainty dames, 118, note.
Ye ladies of London, 593.
Ye maidens and wives, and young widows, 771.
Ye nymphs and sylvan gods, 297.
Ye sylvan nymphs, 261.
Yellow stockings, 603.
Yeoman of Kent (The), 602.
Yonder comes a courteous knight, 62.
York, York, for my money, 229, 775.
Yorkshire volunteers' farewell, 684. '
You bachelors that single are, 427.
You Calvinists of England, 292.
You coward-hearted citizens, 341.
You dainty dames, so finely fram'd, 197.
You gallant ladies all, 369.
You gallants and you swaggering blades, 356.
You gentlemen of England, 291.
You lasses and lads, get leave, 532.
You loyal lovers that are distant, 451.
You'll think, ere many days, 236, 664.
You parents all attend, 279.
You parents, whose affection fond 242.
You Stockton lads and lasses, 685.
You rural goddesses, 295.
You that have lost your former joys, 371.
You that true Christians be, 778.
You traitors all, that do devise, 229.
You virgins so pretty, 682.
You young men all take pity, 315.
Young Bateman, 197.
Young Jemmy is a lad, 523, 525.
Young Jemmy was a lad, 785.
Young man and a lass of late (A), 378.
Young man in our parish (A), 189.
Young man lately did complain (A), 378.
Young man's opinion (The), 315.
Young men and maids, do lend me, 259.
Young Palmus was a fenyman, 368, 780.
Young virgins love pleasure, 654.
Your hay it is mow'd, 582.
Youthful lawyer fine and gay (A), 520.
Zealous Puritan (The), 779.







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