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O County Guy

Sir Walter Scott

O Nanny, wilt thou go with me? . Thomas Percy
O'er Nelson's tomb

S. J. Arnold
Of all the Birds that ever I see

Anonymous
Of all the Torments, all the Cares . William Walsh
Of Nelson and the North

Thomas Campbell

Oh, a dainty plant is the Ivy green Charles Dickens

Oh, break not her silence

J. Westland Marston

Oh, no, we never mention her

T. H. Bayley
Oh, say not Woman's Heart is bought S. Pocock
Oh, the Summer night

Barry Cornwall

Oh! the gallant fisher's life

John Chalkhill

Oh, there never was yet so pretty a thing Barry Cornwall

Oh, take me to your arms, my love Thomas Dibdin

Oh, the sweet Contentment

John Chalkhill .

Old Tubal Cain was a man of might Charles Mackay
On a hill there grows a flower

Nicholas Breton

On Richmond Hill there lives a lass Upton

Once did my Thoughts both ebb and flow Muses" Garden"
Once I thought I could adore him Charles Mackay
One day when to Jove the Black List

Hon. R. W. Spencer .
was presented
One Morning very early

Johnson's Museum"

One Night came on a Hurricane

William Pitt

Our Bugles sang Truce.

Thomas Campbell

Our ancient English Melodies

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There ne'er was a name so handed Upton

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There was an old man, and though Convivial Songsters 293
There was a jolly Miller

J. Bickerstaffe.

292
There was a jolly Tinker

Doubtful.

124

There was a jovial Beggar

Playford's Choice Aires". 279

There was never nothing more me pain’d Sir Thomas Wyatt

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There's a good time coming, boys Charles Mackay

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This bleak and frosty morning

Vocal Cabinet

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This Bottle's the Sun of our table

R. B. Sheridan

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This Indian Weed, now wither'd quite . Anonymous

150
Though when I lov’d thee thou wert fair Thomas Stanley

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Through great Earl Norman’s acres wide Charles Mackay

80

Till death I Sylvia must adore

The Hive"

62

To all you Ladies now on land

Earl of Dorset .

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To fair Fidele's grassy tomb .

William Collins

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To live a Life free from gout, pain,

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Waken, Lords and Ladies gay

Sir Walter Scott

We be three

poor

Mariners

Deuteromelia"

We dance on Hills above the Wind Anonymous
We three Archers be

Anonymous
We be Soldiers three

Deuteromelia"

We Soldiers drink, we Soldiers sing Charles Dibdin

Welcome, welcome, do I sing

William Browne

What dreaming drone was ever blest

W. Smyth

What is’t to us who guides the State ? . “ Convivial Songster"

What is War and all its joys ?

Thomas Chatterton .

What Pleasure have great Princes Byrd

What poor Astronomers are they . John Dowland .

When Britain first, at Heaven's command James Thomson

When Dasies pied, and Violets blue William Shakspeare .

When Delia on the plain appears Lord Lyttelton

When first I strove to win the prize Songs of the Chase"

When I drain the

rosy

bowl.

Francis Fawkes

When I was bound apprentice

Anonymous

When Icicles hang by the Wall

William Shakspeare .

When Love, with unconfinèd wings Richard Lovelace
When lovely Woman stoops to Folly Oliver Goldsmith
When lull'd in Passion's dream

W. T. Moncrief

When raging Love with extreme pain Earl of Surrey ·

When to Old England I come home Myrtle and Vine

When this old Cap was new

Anonymous

When 'tis Night, and the Midwatch come R. B. Sheridan.
When we two parted in Silence and Tears Lord Byron
When whispering strains do softly steal William Strode
When Harold was invaded

Tom D'Urfey

When in the Storm on Albion's coast R. S. Sharpe

When at the Social board you sit .

Charles Mackay

When Vulcan forged

Thomas Dibdin

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