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The Ballad of the cloak: or, The cloak's knavery. Tune of, Packington's pound.

Newcastle upon Tyne : printed by John White, [between 1711 and 1769] Great Britain England Newcastle upon Tyne.

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The woful complaint and lamentable death of a forsaken lover. To a pleasant new tune.

London : printed for A. Milbourn, W. Onley, Tho. Thackeray, at the Angel in Duck-lane, [1695?] Great Britain England London.

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The love-sick maid: or, Cordelia's lamentation for the absence of her Gerhard. To a pleasant new tune.

[London] : Printed by and for A[lexander]. M[ilbourn]. and sold by the booksellers of London, [1693?] Great Britain England London.

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The Devonshire boys courage and loyalty to their Majesties King William and Queen Mary; in defending their country from the invasion of the French. To an excellent new tune; call'd The Devonshire boys delight: or, The liggan waters, &c.

[London] : Printed for P. Brooksby, J. Deacon, J. Blare, and J. Back, [1690] Great Britain England London.

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The father's wholsome admonition: or, A lumping pennyworth of good counsel for bad husbands. To the tune of Grim king of the ghosts. Licensed according to order.

[London] : Printed for P. Brooksby, J. Deacon, J. Blare, J. Back, [1683 - 1696] Great Britain England London.

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The ansvver to the London lasses folly: or, the new-found father discoverd at the camp. You maidens that are kind and free, I plainly must confess; be careful of virginity, 'twill be your happiness. Tune is, The journey-man shooe-maker. This may be printed, R.L.S.

[London] : Printed for C. Dennisson, at the Stationers Arms within Aldgate, [1685] Great Britain England London.

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The pensive lover; or, The damosels crosses crown'd with comfort. She for a time had lost her swain, for which her heart near broke; likewise she would her self have slain, but Phaon stopt the stroke. To the tune of, Grim king of the ghosts.

[London] : Printed for J[osiah]. Blare, at the Looking-Glass on Lundon-Bridge [sic], [1684-1690] Great Britain England London.

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The young mans joys compleated. Or, The coy damsel conquered by his pure love and loyalty. She first deny'd to be his bride, least he should prove unjust; but when she knew his love was true she set his heart at rest. To the tune of, O so ungrateful a creature. This may be printed. R.P.

[London] : Printed for J[osiah]. Blare, at the Looking-Glass on London-Bridge, [1683-1706] Great Britain England London.

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The scolding wives vindication: or, An answer to the cuckold's complaint. Wherein she shows what just reasons she had to exercise severity over her insufficient husband. To the tune of, The cuckold's complaint. Licensed according to order.

[London] : Printed for P[hilip]. Brooksby. J[onah]. Deacon. J[osiah]. Blare. J[ohn]. Back, [1683-1696] Great Britain England London.

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