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Four Hundred and Seventy Four
ENGLISH and SCOTCH
S O N G S. None of which are contained in the other
COLLECTIONS of the lame Size, call'd The SYREN, and, The NIGHTINGALE.
With a curious and copious Alphabetical GLOSSARY,
for explaining the Scotcó Words.
The SECOND EDITION with Additions.
Printed for J. Os BORN and C. Hitch, in Pater
Nofter. Row, and J. HODGES, over-against St.TV
T AB L E A"
T St. Ofytb by the Mill
Page 1 Aurelia now one Moment loft
7 Andrew and Maudlin, Rebecca, &c.
50 As Amoret and Thyrfis lay
54 As on a Sunshine Summer's Day
76 A certain Presbyterian Pair
81 A Wife I do hate
100 As I walk'd in the Woods one Ev'ning, &c. 105 Alexis, how artless a Lover
129 Ah! stay ye wanton Gales, and lend
131 A Swain of Love despairing
134 A Lass that was loaden with Care
140 As Celadon once from his Cottage, &c. 145 As Chloe o'er the Meadow past
147 Adieu to the Pleasures and Follies of Love
TL As May in all her youthful Dress A Wig that's full, an empty Skull 181 As fair Olinda fitting was
187 All my paft Life is mine no more
196 As unconcern'd and free as Air
206 A Pedlar proud, as I heard tell
209 Auguftus crown'd with Majesty As from a Rock past all Relief A worthy London Prentice
219 A Taylor good Lord ! in the Time, &c.
223 Ah! why thofe Tears in Nelly's Eyes 237 As I went forth to view the Spring
245 Adieu for a while my native green Plains 265 And I'll awa to bony Tweed-fide
269 A Cock Laird fou cadgie
288 Altho' I be but a Country Lass
290 All the World's in Strife and Hurry 297 An old Baboon, of rueful Mien At setting Day and rising Morn
Awful Hero! Marlbro', rise