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The Tea-Table Miscellany

VOLUME SECOND

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IN DE X

Beginning with the first line of every Song.

The Songs marked C, D, H, L, M, O, &c., are new

words by different hands; X, the authors unknown ; Z, old songs ; Q, old songs with additions.

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COBLER there was, and he liv'd in a stall 157
A fox may steal your hens, Sir

231 A maid is like a golden ore

229 A nymph of the plain. A quire of bright beauties

57 A four reformation

107 A trifling song ye shall hear

69 A woman's ware, like china

252 Ah ! bright Belinda, hither fly Ah! woes me, poor Willy cry'd

183 Alexis, how artless a lover

207 Alexis shunn'd his fellow-swains

25 All in the Downs the fleet was moord

7 All you that would refine your blood

138 Amongst the willows on the grass

67 As after noon, one summer's day

206 As charming Clara walk'd alone

58 As Dolly was milking of the cows

245 As down in the meadows I chanced to pass 155 As I am a friend

177 As musing I rang'd in the meads all alone As the snow in valleys lying .

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