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Alphabetical Index First Lines

A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I,J, K, L, M, N, O, P, R, S, T, U, V, W

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A

 A Bishop once — I will not name his see To Web Page To Text File                  
 A clergyman in Berkshire dwelt To Web Page To Text File    
 A gentleman of City fame To Web Page To Text File    
 A knight for doughty doings rife To Web Page    
 A leafy cot, where no dry rot To Web Page To Text File    
 A maiden sat at her window wide To Web Page To Text File    
 A proud Pasha was Bailey Ben To Web Page To Text File    
 A rich advowson, highly prized To Web Page To Text File    
 A tar, but poorly prized To Web Page To Text File    
 A troubadour he played To Web Page    
 A troubadour, young, brave and tall To Web Page     To PDF File
 A worthy man in every way To Web Page    
 An actor — Gibbs, of Drury Lane To Web Page To Text File    
 An actor sits in doubtful gloom To Web Page To Text File    
 An elderly person — a prophet by trade To Web Page To Text File    
 An excellent soldier who's worthy the name To Web Page To Text File    
 An old man sitting in church, and praying To Web Page To Text File To Word File To PDF File
 At a pleasant evening party To Web Page To Text File    

B

 Babette she was a fisher gal To Web Page To Text File To PDF File
 Back to the dust of the town To Web Page      
 Belay with yer argyments, 'national law To Web Page      
 Bob Polter was a navvy, and To Web Page To Text File    

C

 Come, collar this bad man To Web Page   To PDF File
 Come with me, little maid To Web Page To Text File    

D

 Dalilah de Dardy adored To Web Page To PDF File
 Did you hear of the use of ozone, ohone To Web Page      
 Draper's clerk in a humble way To Web Page      

E

 Earl Joyce he was a kind old party To Web Page To Text File    
 Emily Jane was a nurserymaid To Web Page To Text File    
 Extended on the Margate shore To Web Page  

F

 Fair Phantom come! The moon's awake To Web Page    
 Fanny and Jenny in Paris did well To Web Page     To PDF File
 From east and south the holy clan To Web Page To Text File    

G

 Gentle, modest, little flower To Web Page To Text File
 Go search throughout the human kind To Web Page      
 Good children, list, if you're inclined To Web Page To Text File    

H

 Hark! The hour of ten is sounding To Web Page   To Word Document To PDF File
 Haunted? Ay in a social way To Web Page To Text File    

I

 I don't suppose you'd ever find To Web Page
 I dreamt (I was deep in To Web Page      
 I go away, this blessed day To Web Page      
 I have chambers up in Gray's-inn To Web Page      
 I knew a boor, a clownish card To Web Page To Text File    
 I love a man who'll smile and joke To Web Page To Text File    
 I often wonder whether you To Web Page To Text File    
 I once did know a Turkish man To Web Page To Text File    
 I saw a red-haired Jew from Aberdeen To Web Page      
 I sing a legend of the sea To Web Page To Text File    
 If you'd write an Irish drama To Web Page      
 I'm old, my dears, and shrivelled with age To Web Page To Text File    
 In all the merry land that spreads To Web Page      
 In all the towns and cities fair To Web Page To Text File    
 In these good days man's only end To Web Page      
 In underbred society To Web Page      
 It was a Bishop bold To Web Page     To PDF File
 It was a robber's daughter To Web Page   To Word File To PDF File
 I've heard Euphrosyne declare To Web Page      
 I've often thought that headstrong youths To Web Page To Text File    
 I've painted Shakespeare all my life To Web Page     To PDF File
 I've spent three weeks, my Sketchley, To Web Page      

J

 John courted lovely Mary Ann To Web Page To Text File

K

 King Borria Bungalee Boo To Web Page To PDF File

L

 Letters, letters, letters, letters To Web Page To Text File
 List while the poet trolls To Web Page To Text File    
 Looking lately in at Lacy's To Web Page      
 Lord B. was a nobleman bold To Web Page To Text File    

M

 Macphairson Clonglocketty Angus McClan To Web Page To Text File  
 Mr. Blake was an out and out hardened sinner To Web Page To Text File    
 My children, once I knew a boy To Web Page    

N

 Near the town of St. Goar To Web Page
 No Don Giovanni, sparrow-brained To Web Page      
 No! I'm not in the least democratic To Web Page      
 No gathering ever can beat To Web Page      
 No nobler captain ever trod To Web Page To Text File    

O

 O'er unreclaimed suburban clays To Web Page To Text File    
 Of all the good attorney's who To Web Page To Text File    
 Of all the ships upon the blue To Web Page To Text File    
 Of all the small annoyances To Web Page      
 Of all the snug places where hardworking races To Web Page      
 Of all the youths I ever saw To Web Page To Text File    
 Oh, big was the bosom of brave Alum Bey To Web Page To Text File   To PDF File
 Oh, bony, shambling, roaring mare To Web Page      
 Oh! isn't it hot! To Web Page      
 Oh! list to a dismal story To Web Page      
 Oh list to to this incredible tale To Web Page To Text File    
 Oh! listen to the tale of little Annie Protheroe To Web Page To Text File    
 Oh, listen to the tale of Mister William To Web Page To Text File    
 Oh! little maid — (I do not know your name) To Web Page To Text File    
 Oh, that my soul its gods could see To Web Page To Text File To Word File To PDF File
 Oh! the centre-divided hair To Web Page      
 Oh, you who complain that the drawing's insane To Web Page      
 Old Peter led a wretched life To Web Page To Text File    
 On all Arcadia's sunny plain To Web Page To Text File    
 Once a fairy To Web Page To Text File    
 Once, under Spain's enfeebling sun To Web Page      
 Only a dancing girl To Web Page To Text File    

P

 Paris fashions to puff people can't say enough To Web Page
 Perhaps already you may know To Web Page To Text File    
 Policeman Peter Forth I drag To Web Page To Text File    
 Pretty princess To Web Page      

R

 Roll on, thou ball, roll on To Web Page To Text File

S

 Sir Guy was a doughty crusader To Web Page To Text File
 Some time ago I met a Duke To Web Page    
 Some time ago, in simple verse To Web Page To Text File  
 Strike the concertina's melancholy string To Web Page To Text File    

T

 Tell me, Edward, dost remember To Web Page
 The Ballyshannon foundered of the coast To Web Page To Text File    
 The big Channel steamer is rolling exceedingly To Web Page      
 The bravest names for fire and flames To Web Page To Text File    
 The earth has armies plenty To Web Page To Text File    
 The other night from cares exempt To Web Page To Text File    
 The Reverend Micah Sowls To Web Page To Text File    
 The story of Frederick Gowler To Web Page To Text File    
 The stroller's life is freedom true To Web Page      
 The sun was setting in its wonted west To Web Page To Text File    
 There never was a face To Web Page      
 There never was a man To Web Page      
 There was a flutter in the bosoms To Web Page      
 There were three niggers of Chickeraboo To Web Page    
 This is Sir Barnaby Bampton Boo To Web Page To Text File    
 Though not, as common rumour says To Web Page      
 Three publishers journeyed out into the west To Web Page      
 Train is starting, people parting To Web Page      
 'Twas early in July To Web Page      
 'Twas on the shores that round our coast To Web Page To Text File    
 Two better friends you wouldn't pass To Web Page To Text File    

U

 Under the beechful eye To Web Page

V

 Vast, empty shell To Web Page To Text File

W

 Waggon and cart, ready to start To Web Page      
 Waiting, waiting for the halter To Web Page      
 Weary at heart and extremely ill To Web Page To Text File To Word File To PDF File
 We're thoroughly clear of Folkstone Pier To Web Page      
 What, about to leave town To Web Page      
 When a man sticks his hat To Web Page      
 When Autumn boat and train To Web Page    
 When man and maiden meet To Web Page To Text File    
 When rival adorers come courting a maid To Web Page To Text File    
 While "total abstainers" To Web Page      

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