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

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ALPHABETICAL INDEX TO TITLES
PAGE
Æsthete, The 271
Ah Me! 255
Anglicised Utopia 497
Annie Protheroe280
Ape and the Lady, The 123
Appeal, An 143
At a Pantomime 508
A Worm will Turn 383
Babette's Love 76
Baby's Vengeance, The 265
Baffled Grumbler, The 69
Baines Carew, Gentleman 125
Ben Allah Achmet; or, the Fatal Turn 549
Bishop and the 'Busman, The 44
Bishop of Rum-ti-Foo, The 108
Bishop of Rum-ti-Foo Again, The 376
Blue Blood 307
Bob Polter 176
Braid the Raven Hair 113
Brave Alum Bey 317
PAGE
British Tar, The 204
Bumboat, Woman's Story, The 214
Captain and the Mermaids, The 273
Captain Reece 1
Classical Revival, A 515
Coming By-and-By, The 22
Contemplative Sentry, The 292
Cunning Woman, The 433
Damon v. Pythias 363
Darned Mounseer, The 6
Disagreeable Man, The 16
Disconcerted Tenor, The 547
Discontented Sugar Broker, A 138
Disillusioned 71
Don't Forget! 345
Duke and the Duchess, The 84
Duke of Plaza-Toro, The 262
Eheu Fugaces--! 92
Ellen M'Jones Aberdeen 185

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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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