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TABLE of the matter herein contain'd: I.—The louing Ballad of Lord Bateman II.—A true
relation of the Apparition of Mrs. Veal. III.—The Long Pack: A Northumbrian Tale. IV.—The
Sword Dancers. V.—John Cunningham; the Paftoral Poet. VI.—Ducks & Green Peas, or the
Newcaftle Rider : a Tale in Rhyme. VII.—Ducks & Green Peas: a Farce. VIII.—Andrew
Robinfon Stoney Bowes, Efquire.     IX.—The Gloamin' Buchte.
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CRAWHALL'S
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TABLE of the matter herein contain'd: I.—The Barkfhire Lady's Garland.   II.—The Babes in
. the Wood.    III.—I Know what I know.    IV.—Jemmy & Nancy of Yarmouth,    V.—The Taming
of a Shrew.    VI.—Blew-cap for me     VII.—John & Joan.    VIII.—George Barnewel.
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