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Her Lover's Lute

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Her Mouth, with a Smile..

171
Here awa' there awa,' wandering Willie

281
Here we Meet, too soon to Part-Rossini ........ 218
Here's a Health to those far away

236
Here's a Health to the Queen, and a lasting Peace 74
Here's a pretty Set of us!..

338
Here's to the Maideu of bashfnl Fifteen-Sheridan 47
Hey, Jenny, come down to Jock

................ 331
Highland Mary-Poetry by Burns.
Hither, Maryi hither come 1 - Hook.............. 347
Home-One of the Classical Songs of Germany,
with Translation by G. Soane, A.B....

147
Honest Bob of the Min..

165
Hope, thou Nurse ..

160
Hope told a flattering Tale-Dr. Arne

265
Hope, with her Rainbow beaming bright--Sir J.
Stevenson, Words by J. A. Wade.

416
How dear to this Heart are the Scenes of my Child-
hood ......

371
How fair the Heavens-Rossini's 'Semiramide' 385
How happily my Life I led-Storace

107
How I love to see thee, golden Ev'ning Sun...... 279
How it rustles mid the Bowers ..

285
How lost the Mind, which, cold and dark

204
How oft, Louisa, hast thou said-From the ‘Duenna' 223
How slowly move the Hours-Sir J. Stevenson.... 106
How stands the Glass around........

260
How sweet are the Flowers...................... 188
How sweet are the Moments

248
How sweet the Sound, when Woods around 426
How well I remember the Ninth of November.... 282
Hunting the Hare-Old English Air........ 328
Hurrah for the Girl of our Hearts-Blewitt

62
Husband! Husband ! cease your Strife

341
Hush, ev'ry Breeze-Hook
Hush'd be Sorrow's Sigh–Irish Melody, Moore's

Nora Creina,' the Poetry by Leman Rede...... 150
Hymn to Freedom-Irish Melody, 'Down beside
ine,' the Poetry by M. J. Barry

391
Hymn to Solitude To Mozart's.Susse heilige Natur 380
I am a brisk and sprightly Lad

85
I am a Child of the Mountain..

208
I am a fairy Queen! my Magic Pow'r

393
I am a young Man that's most highly Respectable-

Comic Song by Leman Rede, to Irish Melody 48
I and my Boille, we're always united

372
I ask thee not to think of me .......
I came across de Ocean ....

63
I canna like you, gentle Sir-Scottish Melody 153
I care not for Spring

38
I could never Lustre see-From the Dueona'. 335
I gaz'd upon her Face

217
I have a silent Sorrow here-Duchess of Devonshire III
I hear thee speak

31
I heard old Massa say

25
I left thee where I found thee, Love-C. Gilfert .. 180
I liv'd and could not fix..

398
I love my Love to the Morning-Adapted by J. N.
Sola to an Irish Melody

135
I love the little laughing Rill

277
I love the Night-H. Russell, Poetry by G.P. Morris 13
I lov'd a Maid callid Betty Wade

320
I lub to mad Distraction

82
I met upon a Journey–To an Air by Beauplan.... 212
I said I would love thee ...

170
I think on thee when on the Sea

354
I thought our Quarrels ended-From ‘No Song no
Supper'..

393
I wander'd once, at Break of Day..

366
I was born in Alabama
I was born in a neat Country Town

144
I wear not the Purple

75
I went to the Fair ..

48
I would sing of her I love Poetry by J. W. Dalby,
adapted to an Air by Rossini...

208
Ich denke dein- I think on Thee-C. Walther, the
Poetry translated from Goethe

354
If for me other Maid thou shouldst leave-Voigt .. 394
If my Song can fondly move thee-Mozart, Poetry
by D. Thomson

413
If that high World—Hebrew Melody, Poetry by
Lord Byron

321
If thou wouldst win a lasting Fame .............. 385
If you're waking, call me early.

44
I'll sing you a Song I am singing for ever

229

I'll think upon Thee

....... page 184
I'm Afloat-Henry Russell ......

8
I'm Afloat-A New Song for the Yacht Clubs, by

Eliza Cook, to Henry Russell's Music .......
I'm a General, 'tis well known ..................

351
I'm a Joiner by Trade

......., 186
I'm a little forlorn, and my Tale is of Sorrow ..... 430
I'm a Spirit of the Ocean...

219
I'm goin' ober de Mountain-Negro Melody 66
I'm gwin to see my lubly Dinah

209
I'm not such a Fool as I look .................... 144
I'm often ask'd by plodding Souls.

........... 394
I'm Simon Bore, just come from College ......... 332
I'm Single yet.. :

67
I'm wearin' awa,' Jean....

180
I'm with you once again-W. R, Dempster, Poetry
by G. P. Morris.

137
In a stately Hall at Worms, one Day

338
In a Village there liv'd.

131
In a young Lady's Heart once a Secret was lurking 310
Io Dublin, that City of Riches and Fame
Ip Griefs and in Dangers-H. Russell, Poetry by
H. J. Sharpe

194
In Infancy our Hopes and Fears-Dr. Arne 21
In my Cottage near a Wood-R. A. Moreland ....

95
In my wee Ha'

30
In Peace Love tunes the Shepherd's Reed........ 289
In Remembrance of thee--Adapted from a Waltz
by Srauss, by T. B. Phipps.....

.......... 402
In Spite of Wisdom's warning Voice ............ 257
In Tennessee, as I've heard say.....................

5
In the Dead of the Night...

98
In the Downhill of Life Written by Collins...... 130
In the Land of Hibernia-Hook....

........... 356
In the lone Hour of Life ........

184
In the midst of the Sea, like a tough Man-of-War 376
In the Praise of Queen Bess

318
In the Woody Wilds wedwell-Hindostanee Melody,
adapted to Poetry by J. W. Reader

392
In thee I bear so dear a Part ....................

405
In this improving Age ...

195
In Wine there is all in this Life we can name ....

258
In Winter, when the Rain rain'd cauld

373
Ireland for ever

231
Is thy Heart with me?-Poetry by G. J. De Wilde,
adapted to an Air by Auber.

256
It fell about the Martinmas Time.

275
It is the Hour-To an Air by Donizetti

235
It is the Hour-Hebrew Melody, adapted to Poetry
of Lord Byron...

849
It was an English Lady bright

423
It was Dunois the young and brave ..............

103
It was in the Winter .....

181
It was summer, and softly

174
I've a Toast now to give-Blewitt................
I've been among the mighty Alps........
I've lost my Heart.

222
I've Lovers kind, and Suitors many-Hook 221
I've travel'd afar from my dear native Home ...... 374
I've wandered oft in Childhood

88
l'ze a poor Country Lad .........................

19
I'ze a Yorkshireman just come to Town.......... 430
Jack and I saw them no more-Hook ............ 334
Jack and I were both Messmates ................ 334
Jenny, get your Oat-Cake done...

78
Jephtha's Daughter-Hebrew Melody, adapted to
Poetry of Lord Byron by I. Nathan..

400
Jessie, the Flower of Dunblane-R. A. Smith 71
Jock o' Hazeldean-Scottish Melody, Poetry by Sir
Walter Scott ........

71
Jockey, he came here to woo ....

331
John Anderson, my Jo-Poetry by Burns.

238
John Bull was a Bumpkin born and bred

377
Johnny Brock, from Chickalaw ................ 33
Joltering Giles-Charles Dibdin

240
Julia to the Wood Robin-Spofforth...

72
Kate Kearney..

11
Katherine Ogie--Scottish Melody......

................ 435
Kathleen O'More--Irish Ballad.

136
Keen blaws the Wind ower the Braes o' Gleniffer 352
Kind Boatman, lend me .......
L, A, W.

157
Lady of Night--H. Oakey, Poetry by Mrs. Price....

76
Land ho!-Henry Russell

162

267

133
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95

.... 280

.. 349

........ 181

... 354

Last May a braw Wooer-Words by Burns....page 86
Last New Year's Morn, as I've heard say ........

245

Let gay ones and great

77

Let ihe Feeble-hearted pine.

427
Let us haste to Kelvin Grove-Written by John
Lyle....

42
Lewie Gordon

10
Liberty's Appeal-Peninsular Melody, Poetry by
John Bowring, L.L.D.

344

Life let us cherish-Mozart.....

Life with me begins to dwindle-From Boildieu's

La Dame Blanche,' Poetry by J. H. Payne 92
Life's as like as can be to an Irish Wake...

227
Life's like a Ship in constant Motion

343

Light as Thistle Down ....

122

Lilies and Roses...

168
Listen, listen, to the Voice of Love-Hook........ 357
Little Fools and Great Ones-Henry Russell, Poetry
by Charles Mackay

337

Little Tafiline-Storace .......................... 151

Logie o' Buchan

20

Long I've been an Orphan poor-J. Davy......... 330

Look you now-W. Reeve

117

Lord Lovel .......

148

Lord Ullin's Daughter-G. Thomson, Poetry by T.

Campbell

424

Lost Gertrude-F. H. S. Pendleton .............. 60

Loud roars the dreadful Thunder ................ 102

Love among the Roses--J. C. Doyle..............

50

Love, little blind Urchio ........................... 135

Love, one Day, recruiting went...........

Love rules the Court, the Camp-Poetry by Sir

Walter Scott .......

289

Love smiles our Cares away-A. Loder, Poetry by

J. F. Kingston

Love, they say, is like the Meteor-From Flotow's

• Stradella,' Poetry by G. Soane, A.B........... 143

Love wakes and weeps whlle Beauty sleeps-J.

M'Murdie, the Poetry by Sir Walter Scott ...... 407

Love's Apology-G. Nicks.....

Love's Call, or Young Agnes-Serenade from

Auber's Fra Diavolo

87

Lore's like a Summer's Day–J. Blewitt, Poetry by

G. Macfarren ......

Love's Recruiting-J. Barnett

348

Love's Ritornella-T. Cooke, Words by J.R.Planché 24

Lucy Long-Henry Russell, Words by Leman Rede 82

Lucy Neal-As sung by the Ethiopian Serenaders.. 5

Ma chére Amie

.......... 169

Maclaine-Scottish Song, Miss Ross ............ 378

Madame Vandercrout-Charles Dibdin............ 199

Maid Marian's Song-E. J. Loder, Poetry by G.

Soane, A.B...

33

Maiden who art bower'd .........

256

Maidens ! would you know_From Flotow's' Stra-

della,' Poetry by G. Soane, A.B...

151

March! march ! Ettrick and Tiviotdale

.......... 132
March to the Battle-Field - Irish Melody, Moore's
• Oft in the Stilly Night'

13
Marche des Marseillois...

422
Margaret's Bower-J.M.Jolly,Poetry by J.W. Leslie 154
Margery Grinder

96
Mark ihe sad Rose--P. Knapton, Poetry from

Forbes's Oriental Memoirs
Marseillois Hymn, in French and English ........ 422
Mary! I believ'd thee true-Sir J. Stevenson ... 214
Mary Morison-Old Scotch Melody, Poetry by Burns 270
Mary, thy Name no longer is spoken...

203
Mary's Bower-Hook..
Mat Mudge, the Sexton of our Town ............. 214
Maxwelton Braes are bonnie

132
Meet me in the Grove-S. D. Saunders

7
Merrily, merrily, merrily, 0!..

36
Mine be a Cot beside the Hill.

407
Minstrel, strike the Harp-The Da Conta,' in Bel-

lini's 'Norma,' Words by G. Soane, A.B.... 52
Miss Muz, the Milliper ...

267
Miss Wrinkle--G. Nicks ......

131
Mister Spriggs, the Grocer, he married Miss Revel 371
Moderation and Alteration–The Original of the
Old English Gentleman .......................

311

Money is your Friend ... ....................... 152

Moonlight softly is bringing

242
Moorish Gathering-Song-Poetry by Mrs. Hemans 332
Mother ! O sing me to Rest 1-Peninsular Melody,

Poetry by Mrs. Hemans

.. 384

Mother! thou didst watch my Infant Eye.... page 273
Mrs. Waddle, of Chickabiddy Lane ......

336
Murmur, gentle Lyre...... ................ 299
Must I leave the Friends that love me From

Verdi's 'Nino,' Poetry by G. Soane, A.B....... 202
Must Peace and Pleasure's melting Strain ........ 264
My ain Fireside

30
My ain kind Deary 0-Old Scotch Song, Barns .. 435
My Bonnie Lizzie Baillie...
My Bonnie Plaid-W. Spark..

20
My Bosom Flower-New Scottish Song-J. Pearman 30
My Boy Tammy-Poetry by Hector Macnelll...... 331
My Dog and my Gun-Dr. Arne.....

77
My Father's Home-Arranged to an Air by Mozart 320
My Fondest! my Fairest G. Linley, to Hummel's
*A la Tyrolienne

136
My Friend is the Man, or the Model - Hook ..... 122
My Gauntlet's Down-I. Nathan, Poetry by James
Kenney.........

259

My Gentle Isabel-A.Luder, Poetry by Mrs.Crawford 161

My Heart is a breaking, dear Tittie .................

378

My Heart is as honest and brave.................. 165

My Heart is Sair-Scottish Song

28
My Heart's my own ......

225
My Heart's on the Rhine-W. Speyer, the German

translated by G. Soane, A.B.
My Jo Janet-Ancient Scotch Song ..

341

My Lodging is on the cold Ground-Giordini

My Lord Tomnoddy-Words from Ingoldsby Papers 176

My Love, still I think....................

136
My Love was born in Aberdeen
My Maiden Aunt-Miss Smith

274
My Meerschaum Bowl-T. B. Brett.

131
My Mother's Bible -Henry Russell, Poetry by G.
P. Morris

17
My Mother bids me bind my Hair-Hayda

22

My Nannie's awa'-Scotch Melody, Poetry by Burns 197

My Native Isle

140

My Old Aunt Sally-As sung by the Ethiopian

Serenaders ........

383

My Old Wife Henry Russell, Poetry by J.B. Phillips 182
My own dear Somebody

358

My Philosophy-Poetry by John Jarvis, arranged

to an Air by Mozart......

241

My Seventeenth Year scarce over

247

My Skiff is on de Shore, as sung by the Ethiopian

Serenaders ..

209

Ny Spouse Nancie-The Poetry by Burns

341

Nancy's to the Green-wood gane-Scottish Melody,

the Poetry by Ainslie ...

388

Near Moorfields is a House of Pray'r ............ 218
Near the Hill where in Ruins....
Ne'er ask where radiant Summer Aleg-James Jons 27
New Zealander's Battle-Song-Samatheni, the Poe-
try from the German of Berger.

364

Nice young Maidens-The Words by P. I. Hodgson 338

Nigh to a Grave that was newly made...

264

Night Is Falling-To Hindostanee Melody.. 342

Night Song-Adapted to an Air by Reisinger ..... 299
No Flower that blows is like this Rose-Linley.... 410
No more I'll court the 'Town-bred Fair ....... 40
No more shall I seek in the red Field of Danger-

Irish Melody, 'Tis gone and for ever
Nobody knows / nobody knows-A. D. Roche .... 409
Not Married yet-Henry Russell .........

67

Not wisely, but too well-Miss Louisa H. Sheridan 395

Not yet Returning-FromBeethoven's 'Fidelio, 'the

Poetry by G. Soane, A.B....................... 114

Noted for Lasses kind and sweet .......... 267
Now in her green Mantle bright Nature arrays.... 197
Now, my Seed, thy Grave is made-Weber
Now the dancing Sunbeams play

110
O a dainty Plant is the Ivy Green..

145

O a mournful Sound has the Old Church Bell.... 142

O bless'd be the Laddie, I munna tell who........ 425

O Brothers, come hither, and list to my Story.... 216

O bud not yet, ye gentle Flowers ....

64

O call me not happy-Miss Wollaston..... 147
O come ! 'tis the Hour thou didst promise to meet me 287
O come with me! I'll row thee o'er .............. 150
O could I bid my mournful Heart...

360
O could I bid the Days return-Irish Melody,
Moore's When first I met thee

15
O dear! O dear! good Gentlefolks
O dearly do I love to rove ...........

238

.... 154

361

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... 347

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Clifton ....

30

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O do not thiok, though I have learn'd.
O Erin the Land of the Fair and the Bold-i.C.

287
O give me a sweet and a shady Bow'r

138
o had I a Cave on some wild distant Shore ....... 115
O had I Jubal's Lyre, or Miriam's tuneful Voice.... 401
Ohad my Love ne'er smil'don me.- From the Duenna' 196
O how shall I in Language weak-Frum. Love in a
Village'.....

.......... 333
O how sweetly Love smiles ............

181
0 I hae seen great opes ........
o Italy! my native Land ! - From Flotow's 'Stra-

della,' the Poetry by G. Soane, A.B....... 196
0 it was not for me that I heard the Bells ringing-
Whitaker ...

48
O Jeannie Gray !-Arranged to an Air by Bellini .. 269
O Kilmurry M Mahon's a Place you would bless .. 31
o listen, listen, to the Voice of Love ....

357
Olong I've been wand'ring through Valleyand Bow'rs 284
O Logie o' Buchan ! O Logie the Laird!

20
O Love! I defy'd thee this Bosom to move.. .. 395
O Love is just like Gaming-Irish Melody, Moore's

"To Ladies' Eyes,' the Poetry by Leman Rede.. 158
O Love is the Soul of a peat Irishman.

80
O mark yon little bounding Bark !-Melody by Spohr 283
O Mary! at thy Window be...

270
O my Love's like the red, red Rose

68
O name not those Days--To an Air by Louis Spohr 217
O Nanay! wilt thou gang wi' me-Carter, the Poe-
try, by Dr. Percy ...

120
O neyer more-Irish Melody, Moore's “The Harp
that once, the Poetry by Leman Rede ..

11
O no, ny Love! no!- M. Kelly, Poetry by M Lewis 43
O not for me--H. Oakey, the Poetry by Mrs. Price 91
Oft it's been my happy Lot

183
O rest thee, Babe !- Whitaker

78
O sadly, ye dark rollin. Waves

253
() say not Woman's Heart is bought

56
O scorn me not as a fameless Thing..

82
O Scotland! my Country!- Davy

34
O send Lewie Gordon Hame

10
O should you e'er meet with Kate Keurney

11
() slumber, my Darling

78
softly falls the Foot of Luve...

390
O sweet as the mild Sighs of Ev'ning-Donizetti 274
O sweet is the Blossom that hangs on the Tree.... 256
O sweet is the Hour-Spanish Melody.

18
O sweet Sir, for your Courtesie .........
O swift we go-Miss Abrams..

396
O take this Leaf-Pleyel, the Poetry by J. A. Wade 339
O tell me, Mary dear-Sir J. Stevenson

310
O tell me not of fairer Lands...

140
O tell me not that Love can fade-To an Air by
Donizetti

230
O the Days when I was courted-T. J. Boardman 288

Marriage !--Irish Melody, Poetry by T. Davis 184
O the Orator's Vuice is a mighty Pow'r .......... 418
O the Prairie Lea is the Home for me........... 367
O then shall our Meeting be-J. Watson, the Words
by J. R. Planché

252
O think not that the fairest Face-Mozart's • Das

Madchen und der Vogel,' arranged to the Poetry
of W. Thomson ......

350
o this is no my ain Lassie-Poetry by Burns 10
O this Love ! this Love! --Henry Russell, the Poe-
try by G. P. Morris

144
O thou whom my Soul lor'd

357
O Tibbie! I hae seen the Day-Old Scotch Melody,
the Poetry by Burns

317
O'tis Love-Adapted by Henry Phillips to the
French Air, 'C'est L'Amour'

36
O fara those dear, dear Eyes away-J. De Piora .. 262
O twine me a Bower-Alexander D. Roche, the Poe-
try by T. C. Croker .......

138
O ae's me for Prince Charlie-Jabobite Song 270
O W'ae upon that fearfu' Deed..........

323
( Waly, Waly, up the Bank...

42
O weel may the Boatie row-Scottish Song 197
O weep for those that wept by Babel's Stream .... 382
( welcome, Charlie, o'er the Main

251
O welcome, sturdy Winter ..

29
O were I but a Bird-Louis Sp.hr

128
O wha is she that lo'es mel-Poetry by Burns .... 10
O what a charming Fellow!
O what care I fur Mam or Dad

35
O when in Days that are yet to rise-Irish Melody,
Moore's 'Legacy'.

164

O where are you going
O whistle, and I'll come to thee, my Lad - Burns.. 425
O who would be a Sailor's Wife

365
O Wonders sure will never cease

190
O would that I had never known

111
O yonder is the well-known Spot

370
O young Lochinvar has come out of the West .... 175
Och, when I was Christen'd 'twas on a fast-day.. 108
Ochoin, ochri 0-Old Scotch Melody

323
Od's Blood, what a Time for a Seaman to skulk.. 210
O'er barren Hilis and flow'ry Dales ...

414
O'er the dark Waters-Mrs. W. Marshall

139
Of a' the Airts the Win' can blaw-Poetry by Burns 93
Of all Heav'n gave to comfort Man

252
Of all the Girls that are so smart

112
Of all the Lands that ou Earth are found-H. West 225
Of Friendship I have beard .....

152
or the Ancients is't speaking, my Soul

.......... 272
Oft has the World been well detin'd

25-4
ont have I mark'd the Ev'ningShade-Dr.John Smith 363
OldAdam'sSong–E.J.Loder, PuetrybyG.Soane, A.B. 97
Old Dan Tucker-As sung by Henry Russell ...... 63
Old Joe sat at de Garden Gate

32]
Old King Time-H. Russell, Poetry by Eliza Cook 75
Old Tare River-Negro Melody, Words by L. Rede 84
Old Time has dimm'd the Lustre of her Eyes....
Old Time, to-day, twines Flowers.....
Old Tubal Cain was a Man of Might-H. Russell.. 60
Ole Bull and Old Dan Tucker-As sung by H. Russell 69
On a lone barren Isle

141
On a rocky Cliff I stood .....

194
On by the Spur of Valour goaded...

265
On old Long Island's sea-girt Shore....

129
On Richmond Hill there lives a Lass

276
On the Banks of Allao Water

51
On the Brave who have fallen

89
On the dark lonely Strand-Irish Melody, Moore's

At the Mid Hour of Night,' Poetry by L. Rede 113
Once my Heart the Truant play'd...

266
One Bottle more...

232
One Day from de old Racoons to flee

78
One kind Kiss before we part—R. Dodsley.:

376
One Moonshiny Morning I came from Tralee ..... 381
One Night came on a Hurricane

164
Onwards, my Bark! o'er the green Waves fly
Oups! Neighbour! ne'er blush for a i rifle like this 308
Open thy Lattice, Love !-Serenade, J. P. Knight. 17
Our Country is our Suip-Reeve

260
Our Mountain Brook* were rushing

168
Our Way across the Mountains-Henry Russell 65
Our Youth is likethe Fairy Tale-Poetryby). Thomson428
Over the sunny Hills I stray

70
Over the Water to Charlie--Old Scotch Melody

86
Overboard he vent, or the Waterman of Fountain
Stairs-J. Sanderson .....

368
Paddy Shannon, high mounted on his trotting little
Pony....

308
Paddy's Balloon-Reeve
Pale Daisy, gentlest Flower ...

24
Patty Kavannah-Poetry by C. Dibdin, jun. 302
Peaceful siumb'ring ou the Ocean-Storace

23
Pestal's Song, written on his Prison Wall, the Trans-
lation by G. Soane, A.B.

113
Pibroch of Donuit Dhuibh-Old Scotch Melody,
Poetry by Sir Walter Scott

293
Plato's Advice ......

360
Plenty of Love-C. J. Hess, the Poetry translated
from Beranger's Songs ...

257
Poor Mr. Spriggs-Reeve, the Words by T. Dibdin 371
Pope Joan-Writteo and composed by Dibdin.... 420
Potatoes grow in Limerick, and Beef at Ballymore 295
Pray, Goody-From .Midas'....

76
Prince Charlie's Welcome to Skye

411
Qneen Catherine's Death-Bed-E. J. Loder, the
Puet.y by G. Soane, A.B ........

183
Ranz des Vaches—The National Air of Switzerland 374
Recollection-Canzonet, Haydn

94
Red is the Billow Spray-Hindostanee Melody, the
Poetry by W. Reader .....

324
Remember, Love ! remember !– Parke

350
Remember me-The Poetry by G. J. De Wilde,

arranged to the Air “Souvenir du Simplon'
Remember me when far away-Whitaker

395
Rest, Warrior ! rest !-Michael Kelly

.... 266

.... 341

258

35

322

page 315

..., 373

Return, O my Love ! --The Poetry by Sarina, ar-

ranged to a popular Swiss Air .............page 298
Roberto ! dearest Roberto ! who deem'd me once

So fair-From Meyerbeer's Robert le Diable' 417
Robin Adair ....

286
Robin Hood is lying Dead-E. J. Loder, the Poetry
by G. Soane, A.B.....

81
Robin's awa'-Old Scottish Melody

355
Rockaway- Henry Russell, Poetry by H.J. Sharpe. 129
Rock'd in the Cradle of the Deep-J. P. Knight 58
Rose of this enchanted Vale-Hindostanee Melody,
Poetry by W. Reader

382
Roy's Wife of Aldivalloch-Poetry by Mrs Grant 121
Saint Anthony sat on a lowly Stool

178
Saint Patrick was a Gentleman

205
Sally in our Alley-H. Carey

112
Sally Pell-C. E. Horn...

398
Saw ye aught o'my Love-Scotch Air, the Poetry by
T. Dibdin..

373
Saw ye my wee Thing-Old Scotch Song, the Poetry
by Hector Macneil

352
Saw ye the Shadow o'er his Brow ...

177
Say, have you in the Village seen ..

309
Say, little foolish futtering Thing-Dr. Arne .....

285
Says Plato, 'Why should Man be vain ?"

......... 360
Scots, wha ha'e wi' Wallace bled ............

93
Shall we meet ere Ev'ning's gray ................. 302
She had twin'd her flowing Hair

313
She heard the Fight was over

52
She never told her Love-Canzonet, Haydn

55
She walks in Beauty, like the Night-I. Nathan,
the Poetry by Lord Byron

404
Shelter'd well by friendly Mountains

346
Shepherds ! I have lost my Love!

185
She's all my Fancy painted her ......

134
She's all that Fancy painted her ...

135
-Should auld Acquaintance be forgot

104
Should e'er the Fortune be my Lot.

141
Silly Maids-Beatrice's SongE. J. Loder, Poetry
by G. Soane, A.B....

433
Since Artists who sue for the Trophies of Fame 330
Since Fate of Sailors hourly varies

324
Since our Country-our God! O my Sire !.... 400
Since our Foes to invade us have long been preparing 428
Since Pride is the Parent of Pain

241
Since, then, I'm doom'd-Italian Air ...

83
Sing me the Song of other Days—T. B. Brett, the
Words by Mrs. Abday..

177
Sing on! sing on -J. C. Clifton, the Poetry by T.
H. Bayley..

138
Sir Steeple he courted the fair Widow Glib. 167
Smile on, for thy young Day is dawning-Irish Me

lody, Moore's Sing, sing,' Poetry by Leman Rede 61
io Young and so Lovely-Henry Russell

224
"ome have travers'd the fathomless Ocean.

258
some love to Roam-H. Russell, Poetry by C.Mackay 173
Bome Nations may boast of their Walls

565
bomehow my Spindle I mislaid-From. TheDeserter'312
Son, I give my Spear to thee

339
Song of the Mariners-Henry Russell, the Poetry
by Eliza Cook

41
Songs of Shepherds, in rustical Roundelays 328
Spring has Violets blue ...

65
Spring is blooming over Earth ......

21
Spring Song-Reisinger, the Poetry from the Gernan 315
Stay, sweet Enchanter of the Grove

72
Stay, Traveller, stay-From ‘La Donna del Lago
Step together From Duffy's 'Spirit of the Nation' 220
Strew, strew with Roses

87
Sturdy Winter-The Music from Der Freyschutz,'
the Poetry by G. Soane, A.B...

89
Such a Beauty I did grow

206
Sunshine on thy Pathway-Irish Melody, Mcore's
Though the last Glimpse of Erin'

9
Susan, dear, I'm only thine ...

7
Sweet Anne Page-Welsh Air, Poetry from “The
Merry Wives of Windsor

156
Sweet Ellen, the Maid of the Mill-W. H. Cutler, 256
Sweet Lilies of the Valley-Hook
Sweet Kitty Clover-Kean, the Poetry by Knight 226
Sweet Maid! if thou wouldst charm my Sight 336
Sweet Maid! then think of me-Portuguese Me-
lody, Poetry by G. E. Giffard ..

418
Sweet Noruh of Liffy's Side-G. Broad, Words by
C. Dibdin the Younger ..

427
Sweet Robin

149

Sweet Spring is returning...
Sweetly o'er the rural Scene-Steibelt, Poetry by Ball 421
Sympathy-Haydn ......

405
Tak yer auld Cinak aboot ye-Old Scotch Song
Take the Helm from my aching Brow ............

199
Take this Rose-T. V. Wiesenthal ....

118
Tam Glen-Old Scotch Melody, Poetry by Burns 378
Tell her I'll love her - Shield ...

53
Tell me, babbling Echo-Dr. Arne ..

123
Tell me, have you seen a Toy-W. H. Ware ...... 277
The Absent Lover, Scotch Song-Poetry by Miss
Blamire ........

261
The Adieu--Jackson

876
The Adventures of Major Longbow

351
The Anguish of my bursting Heart

29
The Appeal of Spain-Peninsular Melody, Words
by John Bowring, L.L.D. .....

370
The Arethusa-W. Shield, Poetry by Prince Hoare 294
The Baigrie o't-Old Scottish Song

.............. 340
The Banks of Allan Water ....

51
The Banks of the Dee-Old Scottish Melody 174
The Banks of the River were lovely and bright .. 62
The Bark is on the swelling Wave-Irish Melody,

Moore's “St. Senanus and the Lady,' Poetry by
Leman Rede

U
The Barrel of Pork

162
The Bay of Biscay-J. Davy

102
The Beacon-W. Hawes

328
The Beautiful Boy

181
The Better Land ....

31
The Bewilder'd Knight.

302
The Billet-Doux-Shield

67
The Birks of Aberfeldy-Poetry by Burns

424
The Board is dress'd - come deal away

420
The Bold Dragoon ......,

403
The Braes of Gleniffer-Old Scotch Song, Words
by Tennahill

352
The Brave Irish Boy.....

69
The Bride and her Love-Dixon, Poetry by Neele .. 387
The Bride, she is winsome and bonnie

306
The Bridesmaid-Miss Mounsey, Poetry by Fitzbail 198
The Broken Heart-Adapted to an Air by Meyer .. 217
The Bud of the Rose-W. Shield

171
The Canary Bird-Charles Dibdin .......

324
The Carrier Pigeon-American Melody and Poetry 345
The Chamois-Hunter-Poetry by G. J. de Wilde,
arranged to an Air by Sphor

800
The Chapel - Translated from the German of Uhland,
and adapted to an Air by H. Proch

325
The Chieftain's Daughter-Henry Russell, Poetry
by G. P. Morris

278
The Clever Woman-J. Blewitt, Poetry by the Hon.
Grantley Fitzhardinge Berkeley.

229
The cold Wind swept the Mountain's Height 142
The Convent Bell-T. Attwood

205
The Cork Leg

190
The Cottage of Love-W. Reeve

194
The Cuckoo Dr. Arne, Poetry from Shakspeare.. 106
The Dawn of Day-Poetry by Mrs. Cornwell Baron

Wilson, adapted to an Air by Weber ....... 212
The Day is departed, and round from the Cloud 386
The Death of Tom Moody-Shield

193
The Deep Blue Sea-Charles Arnold

......... 204
The Deep Blue Wave-F. H. 8. Pendleton........ 59
The De'ii'sawa'wi'the Exciseman-Poetry by Burns 397
The De'll cam' fiddlin' through the Toun ........ 397
The Disconsolate Sailor
The Dying Legacy-Henry Russell

177
The Echoes-Words by W. Ball, to an Air by Weber 365
The Echoing Horn-Dr. Arne ....

315
The English may boast of their sweet-scented Roses 411
Te English Padlock

330
The Equivalent--Reeve .....

406
The Ev'ning Sprites are sleeping

87
The Exile-H. Russell, Poetry by Charles Mackay 253
The Fairies' Song-Dr.J.Smith, Words byJ.Graham 242
The Fairy...

245
The False Heart-Peninsular Melody, Poetry by the
Hon. Mrs. Norton

357
The Father of Nancy a Forester was ............. 168
The Female Crier-Hook

222
The Fine Old Colour'd Gentleman - Negro Melody,
as sung by Henry Russell

5
The First dear Thing that ever I lov'd-Henry
Ruysell, Poetry by Rev. A. C. Coxe.

109
The Fisher Boy--- A. Russell, Poetry by Eliza Cook 36
91
The Season comes when first we met ............ 94
The Secret-Arranged to a celebrated German Waltz 310
The Sigh of her Heart was sincere-Sir J. Stevenson,
Poetry by Peter Pindar........

....... 301
...... 172

.... 261

...

... 426

The Flowers of the Forest-Hook .......... page 128
The Flowing Bowl-Charles Dibdin ..

252
The Forget-me-Not-Translated from the German

of Muller, and adapted to a German Air ........ 301
The Friend of my Heart-Miss Abrams .......... 396
The Friends .......

..... 258
The Gallant Troubadour-Poetry by Sir Walter

Scott, adapted to a favourite French Air ....... 237
The Galvanic Ring-Irish Melody, Moore's o

Nothing in Life can saddeo us,'Poetry by L. Rede 88
The Garland of Love-Hook

188
The Golden Days of good Queen Bess-Old Eng.
lish Melody, Poetry by Collins

318
The Golden Days we now possess-Sequel to above 318
The Gondola glides like & Spirit of Night-John
Rogers, Poetry by T. K. Hervey.

284
The Grasp of á Friend-Adapted to an Air by
Donizetti, Poetry by W. Jones

334
The Grass bad nae Freedom o' growin'

........... 306
The Grave of Bonaparte-L. Heath

141
The Graves of a Household Arranged to an Air

by Donizetti-Poetry by Mrs. Hemans ... 296
The Green Bushe-Old Irish Melody, as sung by
Mrs. Fitzwilliam.....

25
The Green Little Shamrock of Ireland-Shield
The Groves of Blarney

234
The Happy Days of Childhood-Henry Russell ... 88
The Hardy Sailor braves the Ocean-Shield ...... 398
The Heath, this Night-Poetry by Sir Walter Scott 108
The Heaving of the Lead-Shield

14
The Hero who, to live in Story.

402
The Humble Thatch'd Cottage in the Village of
Love-J. Sanderson ............

372
The Hunter and his Bride-Poetry by Bertaldi 313
The Invitation-Poetry arranged to an Air by Bellini 287
The Irish Duel-Words by T. Dibdin

298
The Irish Joiner-J. Blewitt, Words by J.Luon,Esq. 186
The Irisb Wake Charles Dibdin

227
The Ivy Green-Hepry Russell, Poetry by Charles
Dickens, Esq......

145
The Jolly Ringers-Charles Dibdin

254
The Jug of Punch-From the Green Bushes'
The King and the Jackets of Blue-J. Blewitt,
Poetry by Douglas Jerrold ......

365
The Kiss, dear Maid-Poetry by Lord Byron
The Knitting-Girl-Haydn

244
The Lad with the Carrotty Poll-Knight

......... 292
The Laird o' Cockpen-Old Scottish Song

239
The Land in the Ocean-T. Attwood, Words by T.
Dibdin

376
The Land o' the Leal-Poetry by Burns

180
The Land we live in-W. Reeve

428
The Landlady's Daughter Poetry from the German

of Uhland, adapted to an Air by T. Schubert.... 367
The Lass o' Gowrie ......

28
The Lass o' Patie's Mill-Old Scotch Melody, Poe-
try by Ramsey

355
The Lass of Richmond HII

276
The last Chord has fied of the sweet Serenade.... 402
The Last Words of Marmion--Poetry by Sir W. Scott 180
The Laughing Song-Prom Der Freyschutz,'

Words by G. Soane, A.B. ...........
The Lay of the Mountaineer-Poetry by J. W.

Dalby, adapted to an Air by Rossini ...... 208
The Lily-J. M. Jolly, Poetry by J. W. Leslie 59
The Lily of the Vale-F.H. S. Pendleton

149
The Little Haymaker-Reeve ....

827
The Lord Mayor's Show-Blewitt, Words by T.

282
The Lover's Lute Irish Melody, Moore's • Min-

strel Boy' Poetry by Leman Rede ............. 23
The Maid of the Green, Pretty Sally-Hook 374
The Maid that tends the Goats-oid Scotch Melody 192
The Main-Henry Russell, Poetry by H. J. Sbarpe 228
The Marseillois Hymn and March-French Na.

tional Air, with French and English Words .... 422
The May Queen-W. Dempster, Poetry by Alfred
Tenaysun..

44
The Memory of the Dead-From Duffy's Spirit of

the Nation'
The Mermaid's Song-Haydn

110
The Miniature-J.P. Knight, Poetry by G. P. Morris 7
The Minstrel holds the Standard-Bearer's Watch 133
The Minstrel to his Harp--Poetry by Wilmington
Fleming, arranged to an Air by Auber

243
The Minstrel's Lament-C. Jewell, Poetry by J. E.
Carpenter

111

The Modest Bachelor-T. B. Brett ..........page 126
The Moment Aurora peep'd into my Room--Dibdin 197
The Mountain Maid ...
The Mountain Maid-John Sinclair

220
The New Submarine Telegraph-H. West, R.A.M.
Words by H.J, Athol Wood

......... 195
The News from Moidart cam' Yestreen
The Night-Watch, a Song of the Sentinel-Poetry

by Creighton, arranged to Air by Meyebeer 326
The Norwegian Maid-Norwegian Melody, adapted
to Poetry of David Thomson

297
The Old Church Bell-Henry Russell ............ 142
The Old Commodore-Reeve

210
The Old Farm Gate-H. Russell, Poetry by E. Cook 158
The Old Jaw-Bone-Negro Melody, Words altered
and adapted by F. A. D.

102
The Old Mill Stream-H. Russell, Poetry by E. Cook 101
The Old Oaken Bucket-Prederick Smith

371
The Old Sexton-H. Russell, Poetry by P. Benjamin 264
The Old Suablan Warrior's Address to bis Son

Thibault Conte de Champagne, Poetry translated
from the German of Stolberg....

339
The Oven, or Lodgings

to Let - George Colman 262
The Parson's Clerk-Thomas Hudson

218
The Patriot's Welcome-Henry Russell, Poetry by
Miss Jane Anna Porter .........

89
The Peasant Boy-Poetry and Music by John Parry 127
The Piper came to our Town ...

281
The Piper o' Dundee Jacobite Song

281
The Plough-Boy

57
The Poachers ...........

154
The Poet's Blessing from the German of Uhland,
adapted to an Air by Muller

304
The Policeman's Love-Prom Merry England in

the Olden Time,' by George Daniel, Esq. 135
The Post Captala-Shield, Words by Rannie 380
The Prairie LeaJ. P. Knight, Poetry by Dr.J. K.
Mitchell....

867
The Rejected - Poetry by Miss Wollaston ...... 137
The Richest Prince - Translated from the German

of Korner, and adapted to an Air by Wolff.. 338
The Right Road-Irish Melody, 'Castle Tirowen,'

Moore's . Remember me,' Poetry by T. Davis .. 427
The Rising Sun-H.Russell, Poetry by 81. J. Sharpe 194
The Rivulet-Reisinger, Poetry from the German 277
The Robin's Petition-Whitaker, Poetry by Miss
Edgeworth

276
The Rose had been wash'd-Webbe, PoetrybyCowper 70
The Rose of the Valley-Reeve, Poetry by C. Dibdin 337
The Rose's rich Blossom .......

139
The Rosebuds-Hook ....

344
The Rover's Song-Arranged to an Air by Donizetti 266
The Rushlight-H. Russell, Poetry by Eliza Cook 82
The Sailor Boy-T. P. Chipp, Poetry by S. May 279
The Sailor's Allegory-Poetry by G. s. Carey 343
The Sailor's Consolation in a Storm

164
The Sailor's Wife John Emdin

366
The Sappling Oak-Stephen Storace ..... 291
The Savoyard's Return-J. Addison, Words by H.
K. White

370
The Scene was more beautiful far to my Eye.. 328
The Sea-Boy on the giddy Mast-Whitaker
The Sea-girt Rocks, my native Isle

.... 117

297

Hood ...,

38.
The Sky with Clouds was overcast

40
The Sleeping Beauty-Translated from the German,
and adapted to a German Air...

209
The Snow. Storm-L. Heath, Poetry by Seba Smith 142
The Soldier and his Bride-Henry Russell

52
The Sorrow-strung Harp-T. B. Brett.......
The Spider and the Fly-As sung by Henry Russell 82
The Spirit

and the Stream-To the Old Arm-Chair-
Henry Russell, Poetry by Eliza Cook

62
The Spirit of the Sea-To an Air by Donizetti.... 219
The Sprig of Shillelah

80
The Standard-Watch, or, Standard-Bearer-Poetry

translated by G. Soane, A.B................... 133
The Steam Arm

............ 190
The Storm--Falconer ......

126
The Streamlet that flow'd round her Cot-Shield.. 12
The Struggle for Fame-Henry Russell, Poetry by
Charles Mackay.

385
The Sun-John Barnett, Poetry by F. W.N. Bayley 182
The Sun has gane down o'er the lofty Ben Lomond 71

.. 203

... 189

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