The Bab Ballads: With Which Are Included Songs of a Savoyard

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INDEX TO FIRST LINES
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A Bishop once--I will not name his see 484
A British tar is a soaring soul 204
A clergyman in Berkshire dwelt 309
A gentleman of City fame 138
A hive of bees, as I've beard say 536
A lady fair, of lineage high 123
A leafy cot, where no dry rot 294
Although of native maids the cream 482
A magnet hung in a hardware shop 153
A maiden sat at her window wide 454
A man who would woo a fair maid 209
A monarch is pestered with cares 526
A more humane Mikado never 388
An actor--GIBBS, of Drury Lane 391
An actor sits in doubtful gloom 508
An elderly person--a prophet by trade 114
An excellent soldier who's worthy the name 399
A proud Pasha was BAILEY BEN242
A rich advowson, highly prized 356
As some day it may happen that a victim must be found 99
At a pleasant evening party I had taken down to supper 58
A tar, but poorly prized 528
A tenor, all singers above 547
A Troubadour he played 51
At the outset I may mention it's my sovereign intention 515
A wonderful joy our eyes to bless 499

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • The Bab Ballads 1
  • Index to First Lines 555
  • Alphabetical Index to Titles 561
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