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The market woman, a true tale, or, Honesty is the best policy.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833.
[London] : Sold by J. Marshall, and R. White, London. By S. Hazard at Bath, [1800?]
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The merchant outwitted, or, The chamber maid's policy.

[London] : Printed and sold at No. 4 Aldermary Church Yard, [1775?]
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The merchant's son, and The beggar-wench of Hull.

[London] : Printed and sold in Aldermary Church-yard, London, [1760?]
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The merry broomfield, or, The west country wager. To a new tune. ...

Newcastle : printed and sold by John White, in Pilgrim-street, [1760?]
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The merry cuckold and kind wife.

[London] : Printed by Wise and Co. no. 89, Rosemary-Lane, [1795?]
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The midnight messenger, or, A sudden call from an earthly glory to the cold grave : : in a dialogue between death and a rich man, who, in the midst of all his wealth, received the tidings of his last day, to his unspeakable and sorrowful lamentations. Tun

[London] : Printed and sol by J. Evans, 41 Long-Lane, [1775?]
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An excellent ballad of a dreadful combat betwen [sic] Moore of Moore-Hall and the dragon of Wantley.

[London] : [s.n.], [1760?]
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The new way to make love, or, The crafty doctor's medicine to gain a Fair Lady.

[London?] : [s.n.], [1790?]
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The Norfolk tragedy, or, The unfortunate squire and unhappy lady.

[London] : Printed and sold by J. Evans and Co., 41 Long-Lane, West-Smithfield, London, [1795?]
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The northern ditty, or, The Scotchman outwitted by a country damsel.

[London] : Printed and sold at no. 4, Aldermary Church Yard, [1775?]
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The old man, his children, and the bundle of sticks : : a fable.

[London?] : [s.n.], [1795?]
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Patient Grissel : : an excellent ballad.
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600.
[London] : [s.n.], [1750?]
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Patient Joe, or, The Newcastle collier.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833.
[London] : Sold by J. Marshall ..., and R. White ..., London, by S. Hazard ..., at Bath, and by all booksellers, newsmen, and hawkers in town and country ..., [1795?]
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The perjur'd shepherd : : Tune of, the Hay-Makers.

[London] : Printed at the Printing-Office in Bow-Church-Yard, [17--?]
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Phantasmagoria, this and every evening, at the Lyceum, Strand.

[London?] : [s.n.], [1801?]
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The Plymouth tragedy, or, Fair Susan's overthrow.

[London] : Sold at No. 42, Long-Lane, [1795?]
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The politick lovers, or The Windsor miser outwitted.

[London] : Printed by M. Bowley, No. 96 Aldersgate Street, London, [1799?]
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The politick maid of suffolk, or, The lawyer outwitted.

[London] : Sold at No. 42, Long-Lane, [between 1760 and 1795?]
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The politick squire, or, The highwaymen catch'd in their own play.

London : Printed and sold in Stonecutter-Street, Fleet Market, [1765?]
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The politick wife, or, The devil outwitted by a woman.

[London] : Printed and sold at no. 4, Aldermary Church Yard, [1775?]
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The politick wife, or, The miser outwitted.

[London] : Printed in Aldermary Church-yard, London, [1760?]
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Poor Robin's dream : : commonly called poor charity ... to a compleat tune, well known by musicions [sic] and may [sic] others call'd A game of cards.

Newcastle upon Tyne : Printed in this preasent year, [1750?]
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The presumptous [sic] sinner; : or, a dialogue between a noble lord and a poor woodman.

[London] : Printed and sold in Aldermary Church Yard, Bow Lane, London, [1760?]
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Pretty Sally's garland, or, Johnny's kind courtship. In two parts.
Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743.
[London] : Printed and sold in Aldermary Church-Yard, London, [1760?]
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The princely lovers garland.

[London?] : [printed by Dicey's or Marshall], [1720?]
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A princely song of King Richard, : : sirnamed [sic] Cordelion, and of his bold courage, and lamentable death. Tune of, You batchelors, &c. Note, as the use of these old songs is very great, ...

Northampton : printed by William Dicey, [1720?]
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The rakish husband's garland.

London : sold by J. Evans, No. 41Long-Lane, West-Smithfield, [1795?]
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Ralph and Nell's ramble to Oxford.

[London] : Sold by J. Evans, No. 41 Long-Lane, West-Smithfield, London, [between 1750 and 1795?]
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The ram of Darby.

[England] : [s.n.], [17--?]
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The Reading garland, or, Dick and Kate's happy marriage. Tune of, The royal forester.

[London?] : [s.n.], [1750?]
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Robert and Richard, or, The ghost of poor Molly, who was drowned in Richard's mill pond To the tune of Collin's Mulberry Tree.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833
[London?] : [s.n.], [1796?]
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Robin Hood and Allen-a-Dale, or, The manner of Robin Hood's rescuing a young lady from an old knight, and restoring her to Allen-a-Dale her former love. Tune of, Robin Hood in the Green Wood.

[London?] : [s.n.], [1760?]
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Robin Hood and the jolly tinker : : Tune of, In summer time, &c.

London : printed by L. How, [1750?]
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Robin Hood and the shepherd: : shewing how Robin Hood, Little John and the shepherd fought a fore combat.Tune ---- Robin Hood and Queen Catherine.

London: Printed and sold by L. How, in Petticoat-lane, [ca. 1760?]
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Robin Hood and Will Stutly; : shewing, how he rescued him from the sheriff and his men, who were going to hang him. Tune, Robin Hood and Queen Catherine.

[London?] : [s.n.], [1760?]
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Robin Hoods chace, or, A merry progress between Robin Hood and King Henry. Tune - Robin Hood and the beggar.

London : printed by L. How, [1750?]
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Renowned Robin Hood, or, His archery truly related in his exploits before Queen Catherine.

London : Printed by L. How in Petticoat Lane, [1750?]
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The pedigree, education, and marriage of Robin Hood, with Clorinda, queen of Titbury feast. Supposed to be related by the fidler, who play'd at their wedding.

Northampton : printed for Robert Dicey, [1750?]
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Roman charity.

[London] : [s.n.], [1750?]
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The sailor's moan for the loss of his love.

[England?] : [s.n.], [17--?]
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The seaman of Dover.

London : Printed and sold in Aldermary Church-Yard, [1760?]
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Seducing doctor found out in his knavery, or, A warning-piece to all good matrons.

[England] : [s.n.], [17--?]
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The siege of Cales.

[London?] : [s.n.], [1715?]
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The story of sinful Sally, told by herself : : Shewing how from being Sally of the Green she was first led to become Sinful Sally, and afterwards Drunken Sal, and how at last she came to a most melancholy and almost hopeless end; being therein a warning t

[London] : Sold by J. Evans, No. 41, Long-Lane, West-Smithfield, London, [1794?]
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The slighted father, or, The unnatural son justly reclaimed.

[London?] : Sold at No. 42, Long Lane, [between 1780 and 1812]
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A song in praise of the leather bottle.

[London] : Printed and sold in Aldermary Church-yard, Bow Lane, London, [1760?]
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Sorrowful lamentations, or, Thomas Douglas Newman for horse-stealing, Wm. Hatton for shooting at a watchman, Thomas Chalsont for secreting a Letter, John Robinson and John Price for housebreaking. Ordered for execution on Wednesday next, before the debtor

[London?] : [s.n.], [17--?]
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Sorrowful lamentation, and last farewell to the world : : of the five unfortunate men, viz. Joseph Caddie, John Stunnell, Evar Price, James Messenger, and Charles Kelly, who are to be executed at Tyburn on Monday next.

[England] : [s.n.], [17--?]
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... The Sorrows of Yamba: : or, The Negro woman's lamentation ...

London, Sold by J. Marshall (printer to the Cheap Repository for Religious and Moral Tracts) No. 17, Queen-Street, Cheap-side, and no. 4, Aldermary Church-Yard, and R. White, Piccadilly; by S. Hazard, printer to the Cheap Repository at Bath, and by all bo
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The Spanish lady's love to an English sailor.

[London?] : [s.n.], [1800?]
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The Suffolk comedy in three parts : : to the tune of Phillis the lovely.

[London] : Printed and sold at the Printing-Office in Bow-Church-Yard, [between 1736 and 1763]
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The tavern kitchen fray, or, A dialogue between Nell and her mistress.

[London] : Printed and sold at the Printing-Office, in Aldermary Church-Yard, Bow-Lane, London, [1760?]
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The tempele [sic] wedding, or, Love at first sight.

[London] : Printed and sold at No. 4 Aldermary Church Yard, [1775?]
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Tit for tat; or the merry wives of Wapping.

[London] : Printed and sold at the printing office in Stonecutter-street, Fleet Market, [1765?]
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True love requited!, or, The bailiffs [sic] daughter of Islington.

[London] : Printed and sold in Aldermary Church-yard, Bow-Lane, London, [1750?]
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The two gardeners.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833.
[London?] : [s.n.], [1797?]
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The Ulster tragedy.

[London] : Sold by J. Evans, No. 41 Long-Lane, West-Smithfield, London, [1800]
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The unhappy lady of Hackney.

[London] : Printed and sold at No. 4 Aldermary Church Yard, [1775?]
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The unhappy lovers garland.

[London] : Printed and sold by R. Marshall, in Aldermary Church Yard, Bow Lane, [ca. 1720?]
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The unfortunate lovers, or, John True and Susan Mead.

[London?] : [s.n.], [1760?]
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The wandering shepherdess.

[London?] : [s.n.], [1750?]
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The wanton virgins frightened, with the spy's downfal from the tree-top to the pond-bottom, or, The old man strangely surprized and bugbear'd by the black bandileers and buff-coats.

[London] : Printed and sold in Aldermary Church-yard, Bow-Land [sic], London, [1760?]
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The wanton wife of Bath.

[London?] : [J. Evans?], [between 1792 and 1839]
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The weaver's garland, or, A new school for Christian patience.

[London] : Printed and sold by J. Davenport, 6, George's Court, St. John's Lane, West Smithfield, London, [1800?]
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An old ballad of Whittington and his cat.

[London] : Printed and sold in Aldermary Church-yard, London, [1750?]
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William and Susan.
Gay, John, 1685-1732.
[London] : Printed and sold by J. Evans, No. 41, Long-Lane, London, [1800?]
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The Winchester wedding, or, Ralph of Reading, and Black Bess of the green. To a new country dance, or the King's jig.

[London] : Printed and sold in Bow-Church-Yard, London, [1760?]
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The Windsor lady.

[London] : Sold at No. 42 Long-Lane, [1775?]
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Young Bateman's ghost, or, a godly warning to all maidens, : : by the example of God's judgment shewn upon one German's wife, of Clifton, in the county of Nottingham, who lately lying in child bed, was borne away, and never heard of after. Tune Flying fam

[London?] : [s.n.], [1760?]
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The brisk batchelor's garland : : containing 6 new songs.

[London?] : [s.n.], [17--?]
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The chanter, or, The merry companion : : a choice collection of the most favourite songs lately sung at both the Theatres Royal, and all the publick gardens, by Mr. Beard, Mr. Lowe, Mr. Legg, Miss Burchell, Miss Stevenson, Miss Falkner, and others.

[London?] : [s.n.], [17--?]
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A new Garland : : containing 5 new songs.

[London?] : [s.n.], [17--?]
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Crazy Jane : : Written by G. M. Lewis, Esq. in consequence of a lady having, in her walks, during her residence in Scotland, met with a poor mad woman, known by the above appellation, at whose appearance the lady was much alarmed.
Lewis, M. G. 1775-1818.
[London] : J. Davenport, printer, London, [1800?]
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Fronispiece to The negotiators, or, Don Diego brought to reason : Excellent new ballad.

[London] : [R. Thompson], [1738]
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