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National Library of Scotland - Crawford 611 • 33155
National Library of Scotland - Crawford 815 • 33343
National Library of Scotland - Crawford 1119 • 33781
National Library of Scotland - Crawford 806 • 33271
Magdalene College - Pepys 5.391 • 22210
British Library - Roxburghe 1.18-19 • 30021
A Bill of Fare: / For, A Saturday nights Supper, A Sunday morning Breakfast, and / A Munday Dinner, Described in a pleasant new merry Ditie.
To the tune of Cooke Laurell, or, Michaelmas Terme.
British Library - Roxburghe 4.3 • 30876
A Farewel to Graves-end. / Where Noble Seamen spend their Coyn, / Why should they be abus'd: / Then let them stay from thence away, / where they are strangely us'd.
Tune of, Hey Boys up go we.
University of Glasgow Library - Euing 222 • 31713
A most Excellent Ballad of St. George for England, and the Kings Daughter of AEgypt, whom he delivered from death; / and how he slew a Mighty Dragon.
The Tune is, Flying Fame.
Magdalene College - Pepys 1.526-527 • 20251
A most Excellent Ballad of St. George for England, and the Kings Daughter of Egypt, whom he delivere from / death, and how he slew a mighty Dragon.
To the Tune of Flying Fame.
British Library - Roxburghe 3.720-721 • 31439