The Quaver; Or, Songster's Pocket Companion, Etc

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The Booksellers, 1858 - 512 sider
 

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When the glowworm gilds the elfin bower
31
Sweet is life when love directs us
37
Day has gone down on the Baltics broad billow
38
The glasses sparkle on the board
39
Sweet eyes sweet eyes how beautiful ye are
44
How to save ones Bacon 488
45
When a boy Harry Bluff left his friends and his home
46
Drink to me only with thine eyes
47
My ships my house my home my land
49
Hail to thee England blest isle of the ocean
50
Away with melancholy
52
Meet me in the willow glen
57
How sweet at close of silent eve
58
adieu lmy native shore
60
Oh no we never mention her her name is never heard
61
The sea the sea the open
62
The worm that crawls about our way 06
69
Bome love to roam oer the dark sea foam
70
Oh blue were the mountains
73
Dame Durden kept five serving girls
74
Tis the last rose of summer
77
Hurrah oer Hounslow Heath to roam
79
O merry row O merry row
81
be a butterfly born in a bower
82
Since the first dawn of reason that beamd on my mind
83
A hermit that dwells in these solitudes crossd me
84
Murphy hath a weather eye comic
86
In the day when we went gipsying
88
Heres a health to them thats awa
89
Oh wilt thou leave my fathers halls
90
A very little man very how came you so comic
94
Excuse Sir my confusion 171
95
Bhould auld acquaintance be forgot
97
He leapd into his boat as it lay upon the strand
100
Believe me if all those endearing young charms
101
My Highland home where tempests blow
103
Strike up strike up strike up Scottish minstrels c
105
In the downhill of life when I find Im declining
112
What should fire a Britons heart
113
Oer Nelsona tomb with silent grief oppressd 11
119
Merry is the name of sweetheart sounded
121
The butteriy was a gentleman
125
What argufies pride and ambition
126
A glass is good and a lass is good
127
We meet no more Oh I think on
131
The morn was fairthe skies were clear
132
At the peaceful midnight hour
133
Meet me by moonlight alone
134
Old Englands emblem is the rose
135
Heres a health to all good lasses
137
Ive wanderd through that Indian land
138
A tale I tell now without any flam comic
139
O weel may the boatie row
143
The silver moon that shines so bright
147
you neer hear of a jolly young waterman
148
Oh bring me wine bright source of mirth
151
Fly care to the winds thus I blow thee away
153
It is not for thine eye of blue
155
My friend is the man I would copy through life
157
On Baltic billows rode my ship
159
Should danger eer approach our coast
160
As pensive Chloe walkd alone
161
Hes all his agent painted him comic
162
Oh Willie brewd a peck o maut
165
The British tar no peril krows
168
Faint as tolls the evening chime
170
Hes gone and I shall never see
173
A blessing unknown to ambition and pride
195
Oh yes dear lwe so tenderly
199
Sweet evening bells sweet evening bells
204
Wilie Wastle dwelt on Tweed
206
Twas ten oclock one moonlight night
213
When the rosebud of summer its beauties bestowing
214
She never blamd him never
219
A curious tale I now will disclose comic
229
Ive rord afar thro summer climes
233
Fill the bowl with streams of pleasure
235
See the rosy morn appearing
241
Why fair maid in every feature 294
245
If a body meet a body comin thro the rye
247
A famous man was Robin Hood
250
Say can a maidens heart refuse
254
In my cottage near a wood
261
Hark the hollow woods resounding
263
At the dead of the night when by whiskey c comie
264
Says Ella to her love Remember
270
a heart for falsehood framed
271
And has she discharged the sweet youth comic
273
Forget theein my banquet hall 66
274
came from ole Kentucky comic
279
Alas the battles lost and won
287
Ive been roaming Ive been roaming
288
saw a village maiden stray
295
See the course throngd with gazers the sports are begun
301
Ive been shopping Ive been shopping comic
303
Forgot me notforget me not
308
am the laughingstock of all comic
309
Stranger didst thou ever prove
312
saw her at the fancy fair
315
Flow on thou shining river
318
How oft without or help or guide
326
When generous wine expands the soul
333
lock d up all my treasure
334
love the hills my native hills
343
My sister dear oer this rude cheek
345
When in death I shall calm recline
348
Our bugles sang trice for the nightcloud had lowerd
349
From distant climes a Troubadour
354
knew by the smoke that so greasefully curld cumic
359
Saint Patrick was a gentleman he came of c comic
363
wish I were where Helen lies
367
How happy could I be with either
368
Sweet hope thou art a sovereign balm
370
In thee I bear so dear a part
373
He was famd for deeds of arms
375
Wheres the heart so cold
379
Hark tis the Indian drum
381
Arabs Farewell to his Horse The 420
388
Seagirt Englandfertile land
389
Jack Ketch and the Frenchman 433
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Eliza
404
Mail Coach
407
Felon The
423
os Retort The
428
Field of Waterloo The 389
441
Nose and Eyes
450
Grave Stones The
453
Number One 410
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TOASTS AND SENTIMENTS
481
Come landlord fill a flowing bowl
504
saw thee weep the big bright tear 10
505
0 this is no my ain lassie
507
Come love I pray dont say
510

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