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The Mother and her Dead Child
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The African Chief
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The Slaves Petition
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The Felon
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The Sailor
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The Orphan Boy
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ACCENT
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The Idiot Boy
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Christian Warfare
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An Epicedium
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The Dying Gladiator
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The Convict Ship
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ACCENTUATION OF ORATORICAL WORDS
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Belsbazzar
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The Grasp of the Dead
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The Spring Journey
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Time
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The Spanish Champicn
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The Downfal of Poland
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The Mariners Dream
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Scene before the Siege of Corinth
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Scene after the Siege of Corinth
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The Arabs Farewell to his Horse
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The Lament of the Irish Emigrant
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Lord William
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Cæur de Lion at the Bier of his father
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The War of the League
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The Last Days of Herculaneum
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The Bridal of Malahide
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Virginiaa Lay of Ancient Rome
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Mary Queen of Scots
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The Gamblers Wife
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The Sack of Baltimore
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The Christians Hopo
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To a Seagull
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The Star of Heaven
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The Voice and Pen
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EMPHASIS
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Gougaune Barra
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Sir Turlough or the Churchyard Bride
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The Forging of the Angler
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To the Nightingale
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My Grave
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Byron Mrs Maclean Wolfe Byron
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PORCE
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Song of Old Time
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The King of the Wind
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De Bruce
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Shakspeare Shakspeare Shakspeare Shakspeare Shakspeare
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A Plea for Mercy Shakspeare 2 The Seven Ages Shakspeare
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Speech of Marullus to the Roman Mob Shakspeare
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Hamlets Soliloquy on Death Shikspeare 5 Speech of Satan to his Legions Milton
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The Last MinstrelPatriotism Walter Scott
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A Churchyard Scene Blair 8 A pology for the Pig Southey
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Childe Harolds Song Byron
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Midnight Thomson
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Curse of Kehama Southey 12 On Procrastination Young
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Address to Independence Smollett
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Pleasures of Memory Rogers
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Beauty and Expression Moore
110
The Slaves Remonstrance Knowles 17 Alexanders Feast Dryden
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The Bard Gray
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The Last Man Campbell
116
The Passions Collins
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Satans Address to the Sun Milton
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On the Being of a God Young
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A Snowstorm The Miseries of Life Thomson
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The Dying Christian to his Soul Pope 25 The Flight of Imagination Akenside
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Instability of Human Glory H Kirke White 27 The Jackdaw Couper
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Universal A doration Moore 29 Jephthas Daughter to her Father Byron 30 The Treasures of the Deep Mrs Hemans
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The Common Lot J Montgomery
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A View of Death Bryant
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Hymn before Sunrise in the Vale of Chamouni Coleridge
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Lines on Revisiting the Banks of the Wye Wordsworth
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Address to the Ocean Byron
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The Hostage Damon and Pythias J C Mangan
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The Legend of Horatius Macaulay
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The Skylark Shelley
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Hymn of the Moravian Nuns Longfellow
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The Bridge of Sighs Hood
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The Death of Arthur Tennyson
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Retreat of the French Army from Moscow Croly
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Human Life Rogers 44 On Slavery Cowper
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On Man Pope
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War R Montgomery
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The Parish Poorhouse Crabbe
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The Mariners Hymn Mrs Southey 49 To Mary in Heaven Burns
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Instability of Friendship
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The Deserted Village Goldsmith
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The Country Clergyman Goldsmith
156
Maternal Hope Campbell
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Tomorrow Cotton
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Hymn to Adversity Gray
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The Pulpit Cowper
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Ode in Imitation of Alcæus Jones 58 On Sacred Reading A Bell
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The Leper Willis
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The BattleFlag of Sigurd Motherwell
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6 The Cloud Shelley
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The ArabMaids Song Moore 117 119 120 121 123 123 124 124 125 125 125 126 127 128 130 132 133 135 137 138 139 140
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Furlong
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G Griffin Callanan D F M Carthy S Ferguson Callanan W Carleton S Ferguson Keats T Davis 173 174
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Means of acquiring Distinction
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Liberty and Slavery
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Jl The Genius of Shakspeare
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On War
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To his Grace the Duke of Grafton
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Reyno and Alpin
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Death and Funeral of a Pauper
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Insignificance of the World
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The Fate of BurnsImportance of Selfdenial
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The Elders Deathbed
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Punishment of a Spy
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The Effects of Religion
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The Uncertainties of Fortune
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Salathiels Account of the Fall of Jerusalem
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Ossians Address to the Sun
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Eulogium on Marie Antoinette Queen of France 25 Character of Napoleon Bonaparte
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Press
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Character of Pitt Lord Chatham
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The Study of Nature
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Dante and Milton
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Connexion of Science and Religion
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The Advantages of Education Sir H Davy Addison Hervey W Irving Goldsmith Brougham Bacon Johnson Sidney Smith Sterne Jeffrey Channing Ju...
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READINGS IN PULPIT ELOQUENCE 1 The Practice of Patience Jeremy Taylor 2 The Inefficiency of Human Works Melville
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Without God in the World Robert Hall
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Consolations of Religion Finlayson
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The Death of the Wicked Massillon
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The Crucifixion Bossuet
243
On Death Blair
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On Autumn Alison
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The Power of Conscience Horne
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On Happiness Sterne
249
On the Approaches of Death Logan
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The most extensive Wealth not productive of Enjoyment Jeremy Taylor
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Christian Love Whately
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On the Uncertainty of Life
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The Influence of Satan Chalmers
259
God is Love Watson 18 The Effects of Evil Example OKeefe
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Human and Divine Justice Sherlock
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The Majesty of the Redeemer W Archer Butler 236 236 238 239 240 243 244 246 247 248 249
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J H Payne Sheridan
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Mrs Maclean
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Bryant Croby 301 301 302
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Heber Walter Scott
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Mrs Hemans Campbell
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Dimond
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Byron Byron
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Mrs Norton
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Mrs Blackwood
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Southey
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Mrs Hemans
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Macaulay Atherstone G Grifin Macaulay H G Bell Coates T Davis G Griffin Byron Mrs Hemans Halleck Byron Walter Scott Callanan Moore M G Le...
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Printed in the prosaic form 78 The Ruined Cottage Mrs Maclean
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The Prisoner of Chillon Byron
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Battle of Flodden Field and Death of Marmion Scott 81 Mary the Maid of the Inn Southey
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The Paupers Deathbed Mrs Southey 83 Ode to Eloquence Carey
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Ginevra Rogers
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The Massacre of Glencoe Scott 86 OConnors Child Campbell
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Celadon and Amelia Thomson
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The Legend of Lochbuy Thomas Nimmo
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Jugurthas Prison Thoughts Wolfe
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Marriage of Kennedy and Matilda Hogg
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The Palm Tree Mrs Hemans
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The Death of Samson Milton 93 Love a tale Coleridge
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The Swordchant of Thorstein Raudi Motherwell
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Battle of Albuera Byron
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The Polish Children Miss Pardoe 97 Lucy Wordsworth
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Saul Byron 99 The Norman Baron Longfellow
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Vision of Belshazzar Byron 101 The Men of old R M Milnes 375 376 378 379 879 380 381 381 382 383 385 386 387 388 388 389 390 391 391 3...
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DRAMATIC EXTRACTS SPEECHES AND SOLILOQUIES 1 Brutus on the Death of Cæsar Shakspeare 2 Mark Antony on the Death of Cæsar Shaks...
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Richmond encouraging his Soldiers Shakspeare
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Henry V to his Soldiers at Harilour Shah speare 394 394 396
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Brutus and Cassius
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Macduff Prince Malcolm and Rosse
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Henry IV Northumberland and Hotspur
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Prince Henry and Sir John Falstaff
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Coriolanus and Aufidius
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Wolsey and Cromwell 7 Scene from Venice Preserved 8 Rienzi and Angelo 9 Lochiels Warning 10 Glenalvon Norval and Lord Randolph 11 Gesler...
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COMIC EXTRACTS FOR RECITATION
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Toby Tosspot
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The Razor Seller 5 The Confession
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The Newcastle Apothecary
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Hodge and the Vicar 8 A Cheap Dinner
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The Spirit of Contradiction
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The Three Black Crows
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A Bachelors Complaint
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Faithless Nelly Gray 13 The Tinker and Millers Daughter
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Modern Logic
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Orator Puff 16 The Spider and the Fly
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The Collegian and the Porter
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The Frenchman and the Rats
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The Farmer and Barrister 20 The Best of Wives
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Lodgings for Single Gentlemen
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The Jester Condemned to Death 23 The Well of St Keyne 24 Contest between Nose and Eyes 25 The Splendid Shilling 26 The Bashful Man 27 Repo...
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