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Some how my spindle
Spring renewing all things gay
Sweet Annie fraé the fea beech
Sweet Annie Nowly left the shore
Shepherds I have loft my love
See I languish! see I faint !
Since artists who fue
Still in hopes to get the better
Say lovely peace
See! the conquering hero conies
Say little foolish flutt'ring thing
Since wars' alarms

The lark was up, and the morning
The Cyprian queen when fam’ed
There was a fair maiden
'Twas summer and softly
The sun his gladsome beams
'Twas in the bloom of May
The heavy hours are almoft past
The world is a well furnish'd table
To all my good friends
The man that is drunk
To please the more
To him that in an hour muft die
Tho'
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dress and my manners
The fun in virgin luftre fhone
Tell me, tell me, charming creature
The spring newly dawning
There liv'd long ago
To ease his heart and own his Aame
The wanton god who pierces hearts
?Twas on the morn of sweet May.day
That Jenny's my friend
The lawland maids
There was an old wife.
The last time I came o'er the muir

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The wandring Sailor

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'Twas summer and the day was fair 197
The lawland lads
The spring-time returns

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The filver moon's enamour'd beam
The yellow hair'd laddie

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The lass of Paty's mill

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Thus I stand like a Turk

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'Tis nae very lang sinfyne

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The fields were green

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The hounds are all out

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The echoing horn calls the sportsman abroad 248
There was a jolly miller once

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The fun just glancing thro' the trees 254
'Twas in that season of the year

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The bird that hears her nestlings cry 268
Then farewell my trim-built wherry 291
The smiling morn
'Twas when the seas were roaring

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UNITE, unite, your voices raise

WHILE yet as a cowan
When trees did bud
When first by fond Damon
When Delia on the grove appears
When 'tis night and the mid watch
When the trees are all bare
What tho' the meads
Whilst on thy dear bofom lying
When Fanny I saw
Why that sadness on thy brow
With an honest old friend
When fairies dance round on the grass
When innocent pastime
Water parted from the sea

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When earth's foundation
Willie's rare, and Willie's fair
When the sheep are in the fauld
When firft my dear laddie
What numbers shall the muse repeat
What beauties does Flora
When Britain first
With early horn falute the morn
When sammer comes
Were I laid on Greenland's coast
When my locks are grown hoary
When Delia's eyes transfix’d
While from our looks

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YOUNG Venus the goddess of beauty
Young Jockey who teizd me
Ye jolly true blues on the main
Ye Warwickshire lads
Ye gentle gales that fan the fair
Ye nymphs, 'tis true to Colin's strain
Young I am, and fore afraid
Young Roger of the mill
Young Strephon addressid me
Ye true honest Britons
Young

I am, and yet ukill'd
Young Strephon I own
Ye fair poffett of every charm
Je mules nine, o lend thine aid
Yourh's the season

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