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|Title Page PREFACE PREFACE PREFACE PREFACE PREFACE PREFACE PREFACE CONTENTS CONTENTS CONTENTS CONTENTS CONTENTS CONTENTS Blow thy horn, hunter - 0101 Pastime with good company - 0102 Ah ! the syghes that come fro' my heart - 0103 It was a maid of my country - 0104 Page - 0105 The hunt is up, the hunt is up - 0106 We be soldiers three - 0107 Martin said to his man - 0108 We be three poor mariners - 0109 It was the frog in the well - 0110 Good morrow, 'tis St. Valentine's day - 0111 Sir Simon de Montfort my subject shall be - 0112 Page - 0113 Now, O now I needs must part - 0114 A poor beggar's daughter did dwell on a greene - 0115 Come, live with me, and be my love - 0116 When that I was a little tiny boy - 0117 O what a plague is love - 0118 I lothe that I did love - 0119 Will you hear a Spanish lady - 0120 Page - 0121 Jog on, jog on the foot-path way - 0122 O mistress mine, where are you roaming ? - 0123 In the merry month of May - 0124 And will he not come again ? - 0125 It was a lover and his lass - 0126 How should I your true love know - 0127 Long ere the morn - 0128 Page - 0129 Cold's the wind, and wet's the rain - 0130 Our oats they are hoed, and our barley's reap'd - 0131 Von gentlemen of England - 0132 Page - 0133 Over the mountains, and over the waves - 0134 Page - 0135 Since first I saw your face, I resolv'd - 0136 Page - 0137 A North-country lass up to London did pass - 0138 Page - 0139 I sow'd the seeds of love - 0140 Page - 0141 In Scarlet Town, where I was born - 0142 Page - 0143 To all you ladies now at land - 0144 Page - 0145 Page - 0146 Drink to me only with thine eyes - 0147 Some talk of Alexander, and some of Hercules - 0148 How happy could I be with either - 0149 Concinamus 0 Sodales! - 0150 Page - 0151 When mighty roast beef was the Englishman's food . - 0152 Let us take the road - 0153 Come sweet lass - 0154 There was a jolly miller once liv'd on the river Dee - 0155 All in the Downs the fleet was moored - 0156 Page - 0157 Of all the girls that are so smart - 0158 Page - 0159 Here's a health to the Queen, and a lasting peace - 0160 Begone, dull Care ! I prythee begone from me ! - 0161 Give ear to me, both high and low - 0162 Cease your funning - 0163 In good King Charles's golden days - 0164 Page - 0165 To you who live at home at ease . - 0166 Page - 0167 The dusky night rides down the sky - 0168 0 London is a fine town - 0169 How stands the glass around ? - 0170 Page - 0171 When Britain first, at Heav'n's command - 0172 Page - 0173 When I was bound apprentice, in famous Lincolnshire - 0174 Come you not from Newcastle ? - 0175 I'm lonesome since I cross'd the hill - 0176 Page - 0177 Come cheer up, my lads, 'tis to glory we steer. - 0178 Page - 0179 'Twas on the morn of sweet May-day - 0180 Page - 0181 Fair Hebe I left, with a cautious design - 0182 Youth's the season made for joys - 0183 As down in the meadows I chanc'd for to pass - 0184 Page - 0185 My lodging it is on the cold ground - 0186 The winter it is past, and the summer comes at last - 0187 Early one morning, just as the sun was rising - 0188 Oh, where ! and Oh, where ! is your Highland laddie gone? - 0189 As I came thro' Sandgate . - 0190 At a Maypole down in Kent - 0191 When the bright God of Day . - 0192 I am in truth, Pray, Moderate the rancour of your tongue - 0193 'Twas down in Cupid's garden - 0194 Page - 0195 Willy, prythee go to bed - 0196 Page - 0197 Page - 0198 Golden slumbers kiss your eyes - 0199 The moon on the ocean was dimm'd by a ripple - 0200 Fair Rosalind, in woeful wise - 0201 To England when, with fav'ring gale - 0202 Care, thou canker of our joys - 0203 Then farewell, my trim-built wherry - 0204 Oh ! dear ! what can the matter be ? . - 0205 Here, a sheer hulk, lies poor Tom Bowling - 0206 Go from my window, Love, go - 0207 Over the mountains, and over the moor - 0208 Thou canst not hit it, hit it, hit it - 0209 Your Molly has never been false, she declares - 0210 Page - 0211 I am a brisk and sprightly lad . . - 0212 O slumber my darling, thy sire is a knight, I have lost my love - 0213 Loud roars the dreadful thunder - 0214 Page - 0215 The De'il cam fiddling thro' the town - 0216 Gather ye rosebuds while ye may . - 0217 Cease, rude Boreas, blustering railer - 0218 Page - 0219 Page - 0220 The morn returns in saffron drest - 0221 Who liveth so merry in all this land - 0222 Page - 0223 All in a garden green - 0224 Page - 0225 Come, ye young men, come along - 0226 Shall I go walk the woods so wild - 0227 Come, follow, follow me - 0228 Page - 0229 Here's a health unto his Majesty - 0230 As I walk'd forth one summer's day - 0231 I tell thee, Dick, where I have been - 0232 Page - 0233 Here's to the maiden of bashful fifteen - 0234 Peaceful slumbering on the ocean - 0235 On Richmond hill there lives a lass - 0236 Phillis, talk no more of passion . - 0237 Page - 0238 Page - 0239 When the rosebud of summer, its beauties bestowing - 0240 From the white blossom'd sloe my dear Chloe requested - 0241 There was a maid went to the mill - 0242 Page - 0243 The cavers biv the chimley reek - 0244 Page - 0245 Oh ! could we do with this world of ours - 0246 Page - 0247 The gentry to the King's Head go . - 0248 God save our noble Queen ! . - 0249 Braw, braw lads on Yarrow braes - 0250 At setting day, and rising morn - 0251 John Anderson my jo, John - 0252 Well I agree, ye're sure of me - 0253 Contented wi' little, and canty wi' mair - 0254 Here awa, there awa, wandering Willie - 0255 How lang and dreary is the night - 0256 I gaed a waefu gate yestreen - 0257 O were my love yon lilac fair - 0258 The lass of Patie's Mill - 0259 Roy's wife of Aldivalloch - 0260 O was I to blame to love him ! - 0261 Saw ye nae my Pc - 0262 There's auld Rob Morris that wons in yon glen - 0263 Farewell to Lochaber, farewell to my Jean . - 0264 Page - 0265 Behind yon hills where Lugar flows - 0266 Page - 0267 My heart is breaking, dear Tittie - 0268 Page - 0269 Hear me, ye nymphs, and ev'ry swain - 0270 Page - 0271 O wise and valiant Willy . - 0272 Page - 0273 Should auld acquaintance be forgot - 0274 Page - 0275 Tibbie Fowler o' the glen . - 0276 Page - 0277 Scots, wha hae wi Wallace bled - 0278 I'm wearing awa', Jean - 0279 What ails this heart of mine . - 0280 And a' that e'er my Jenny had . - 0281 This winter's weather waxeth cold - 0282 Page - 0283 Page - 0284 There's cauld kail in Aberdeen, Will ye go to Sheriff Muir - 0285 The gloomy night is gathering fast - 0286 Page - 0287 Wha wad na be in love - 0288 Page - 0289 Whar hae ye been a' day - 0290 Page - 0291 Will ye go to the ewe-bughts, Marion - 0292 Will ye go to Flanders, my Mally, 0 ? - 0293 O Spring's a pleasant time - 0294 O stay, sweet warbling wood-lark, stay - 0295 0 Logie o' Buchan, O Logie, the Laird - 0296 An' O ! my Eppie - 0297 Saw ye Johnie comin* ? quo* she - 0298 Page - 0299 The Campbells are coming, Oho, Ohn - 0300 Dance to your daddy, my bonny iady - 0301 And are ye sure the news is true? - 0302 Page - 0303 0 weel may the boatie row - 0304 Page - 0305 The day returns, my bosom burns - 0306 The yellow-hair'd laddie sat on yon burn brae - 0307 The weary pund, the weary pund - 0308 Hey ! the dusty miller - 0309 What's a' the steer ? Kimmer - 0310 When first you courted me, I own . - 0311 Where hae ye been sae braw, lad? - 0312 When 1 think on this warld's pelf - 0313 From thee, Eliza, I must go - 0314 Baloo loo lammy, now baloo, my dear - 0315 Is there, for honest poverty - 0316 Page - 0317 The last time I cam o'er the muir . - 0318 Page - 0319 O waly, waly up the bank - 0320 Page - 0321 Duncan Gray came here to woo - 0322 Page - 0323 My love built me a bonnie bower - 0324 O, lassie, I maun lo'e thee - 0325 O Mary, at thy window he - 0326 Whare live ye, my bonie lass? - 0327 Comin' thro' the craigs of Kyle - 0328 Page - 0329 My daddy is a c inker'd carle - 0330 Page - 0331 O send Lewie Gordon hame - 0332 And O for ane and twenty, Tam ! - 0333 Come boat me o'er, come row me o'er - 0334 I wish I were where Helen lies - 0335 And Charlie is my darling - 0336 At morning sun out o'er the lea - 0337 O hark ye, lads, and I will tell ye - 0338 My love she's but a lassie yet - 0339 O this is no my ain lassie - 0340 Awa, whigs, awa ! - 0341 Bonie lassie, will ye go - 0342 Page - 0343 When the sheep are in the fauld, and the kye at hame - 0344 There's none to soothe my soul to rest - 0345 A Highland lad my love was born - 0346 Page - 0347 I've seen the smiling of Fortune beguiling - 0348 Wee Willie Gray, and his leather wallet - 0349 O, the ewe-buchtin's bonie, baith e'ening and morn - 0350 Hee balow, my sweet wee Donald - 0351 My Lady's gown there's gares upon't - 0352 Gin living worth could win my heart - 0353 There's nought but care on ev'ry han' - 0354 Page - 0355 Erin, the tear and the smile in thine eyes - 0356 At the mid hour of night, when stars are weeping, I fly - 0357 O banquet not in those shining bowers - 0358 Too late I stayed : forgive the crime - 0359 Dear Harp of my Country ! in darkness I found thee - 0360 Charm'd by the lustre of thine eyes - 0361 Fly not yet, 'tis just the hour - 0362 Arise from thy slumbers, O fairest of maids - 0363 O the days are gone when beauty bright - 0364 Rich and rare were the gems she wore - 0365 If thou'lt be mine, the treasures ot air - 0366 The harp that once thro' Tara's halls - 0367 Olov'd maid of Broka, each fair one excelling - 0368 She is far from the land where her young hero sleeps - 0369 The valley lay smiling before me - 0370 Page - 0371 Full high in Killbride is the grass seen to wave - 0372 How sweet the answer Echo makes - 0373 'Twas the hour when rites unholy - 0374 Page - 0375 Sail on, sail on, thou fearless bark - 0376 Though the last glimpse of Erin with sorrow I see - 0377 O where's the slave so lowly - 0378 Oh ! breathe not his name let it sleep in the shade - 0379 Nay, tell me not, Dear, that the goblet drowns - 0380 Page - 0381 O the sight entrancing - 0382 Page - 0383 In ringlets curl'd thy tresses flow - 0384 Branch of the sweet and early rose - 0385 A chieftain to the highlands bound - 0386 Page - 0387 Tho' dark are our sorrows, to day we'll forget them - 0388 Page - 0389 'Tis the last rose of summer - 0390 Let Erin remember the days of old - 0391 My sorrow, deep sorrow, incessant returning - 0392 Page - 0393 The Minstrel boy to the war is gone - 0394 Avenging and bright fall the swift sword of Erin - 0395 I've a secret to tell thee, but hush ! not here - 0396 Weep on, weep on, your hour is past . - 0397 The blush of morn at length appears . - 0398 Page - 0399 The young May moon is beaming, Love - 0400 How oft has the Benshee cried - 0401 Thro'grief and thro' danger thy smile hath cheered my way - 0402 Page - 0403 There came to the beach a poor exile of Erin - 0404 Page - 0405 And doth not a meeting like this make amends - 0406 Page - 0407 While gazing on the moon's light - 0408 Page - 0409 O'Rourke's noble fare will ne'er be forgot - 0410 Page - 0411 When in death I shall calm recline - 0412 Page - 0413 When forced from dear Hebe, He who adores thee has left - 0414 Wreathe the bowl - 0415 Page - 0416 Sing, sing, music was given - 0417 There is not in this wide world a valley so sweet - 0418 The dew each trembling leaf enwreathed - 0419 When cold in the earth lies the friend thou hast loved - 0420 Page - 0421 Has sorrow thy young days shaded - 0422 Page - 0423 Life and its follies are fading away - 0424 Deck the hall with boughs of holly - 0425 Where are the men who went forth in the morning - 0426 Page - 0427 I hear the trumpet sounding - 0428 While the moon her watch is keeping - 0429 Oh! well do I remember, 'twas in the month of May - 0430 Page - 0431 Fill, fill the bright mead-cup, and let it go round - 0432 Page - 0433 Down yonder green valley where streamlets meander - 0434 Page - 0435 Rise, rise thou merry lark - 0436 Page - 0437 War's loud alarms . - 0438 Page - 0439 Raise on high a royal lay - 0440 Joy upon thy bright cheek dances - 0441 Page - 0442 One day as I, in merry mood - 0443 Send round the cup - 0444 Page - 0445 My man Thomas. - 0446 Page - 0447 Will you come with me. my Phillis dear - 0448 Page - 0449 O down in Alabama - 0450 Page - 0451 The morn of life is past - 0452 Page - 0453 NOTES- 0454 NOTES - 0455 NOTES - 0456 NOTES - 0457 NOTES - 0458 NOTES - 0459 NOTES - 0460 NOTES - 0461 NOTES - 0462 INDEX OF FIRST LINES - 0463 INDEX OF FIRST LINES - 0464 INDEX OF FIRST LINES - 0465 INDEX OF FIRST LINES - 0466 INDEX OF FIRST LINES - 0467 INDEX OF FIRST LINES - 0468|