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 4/4 G       B197-  How can the tree
 3/4 Em      B198-  How cruel is fortune grown
 3/4 A       B199-  How happy's the lover
 6/4 G       B200-  How Lovely's a Woman
 3/4 Dm      B201-  How Unhappy a Lover Am I
 3/4 Dm      B202-  How unhappy is Phyllis in love, or Let
 6/4 Gm      B203-  How vile are the sorid intrigues (of the
 6/8 Dphrygi B204-  The hunt is up
  C| C       B205-  The hunt is up
 6/4 Bb      B206-  Hyde Park
 3/2 Dm      B207-  I am a poor and harmless maid, or In my
  C| Dm      B208-  I am come to lock all fast
 3/2 C       B209-  I am confirmed a woman can
  C| Gm      B210-  Pauls Steeple (I am the Duke of Norfolk)
   C Gm      B211- I am the Duke of Norfolk
  C| G       B212-  I live not where I love
 3/2 D       B213-  I live not where I love
 3/2 G       B214-  I live not where I love
  C| C       B215- I loathe that I did love
 4/2 Am      B216- I loathe that I did love
  C| C       B217-  I love you more and more each day
  C| Gm      B218-  I love you more and more each day
 6/4 Dphrygi B219-  I loved thee once, I'll love no more
 3/4 F       B220-  I never saw a face till now
 3/4 G       B221-  I often for my Jenny strove
 3/4 G       B222-  I tell thee, Dick
 3/4 G       B223-  I tell the, Dick
 3/4 Gmixoly B224-  I went from England into France
  C| Gdorian B225-  I would I were in my own country
  C| Gdorian B226-  I would I were in my own country
  C| F       B227- I'll  go no more to the old exchange
   C G       B228B-  Montrose Lyns
 3/4 Amixoly B228C- Chevy Chace
 3/4 Gmixoly B228D-  Chevy Chase (long, Scots, in 6 line
 6/4 G       B228-  I'll never love thee more
  C| Gm      B229-  Ianthe the lovely
 3/4 Gm      B230-  If love's a sweet passion
 3/4 Gm      B230-  If love's a sweet passion
 3/4 D       B231-  In a desert in Greenland
 3/4 F       B232-  In Crete
  C| G       B233-  In January last
 6/4 G       B234-  In peascod time
 6/4 C       B235-  In sad and ashy weeds
 3/4 G       B236-  In Summer Time (Pills tune)
  C| Dm      B237-  Iris on the bank of Thames
  C| F       B238-  (My love is gone to) Jamaica
 3/4 D       B239-  Jenny, come tye my cravat
 6/4 Gm      B240-  [Ah!] Jenny Gin
 3/4 F       B241-  Jenny my blithest maid [defect. 12th meas]
  C| Gmixoly B242-  Jenny's cogwheel
 6/4 G       B243-  Jenny's delight
  C| Am      B244-  The jewel in the tower
 6/8 Dphrygi B245-  Jig a Jog-Goo
  C| Am      B246-  Joan to the maypole
 6/4 F       B247-  Joan's ale is new
 6/4 G       B248-  Joan's placket is torn
 3/4 C       B249-  Jockey's gone to the wood
  C| Dm      B250-  Jockey's jealousy
 3/4 Ddor    B251-  Jog On, or Eighty-Eight
 6/4 Gmixoly B252-  Jog On, or Eighty-Eight
   C Am      B253-  John Anderson, my Jo (Skene MS)
  C| Am      B254-  John Anderson, my Jo
 4/2 Gmixoly B255-  John, come kiss me now
 4/2 Gmixoly B255-  John, come kiss me now II
  C| G       B256-  John, come kiss me now
 6/4 C       B257-  John Dory
 3/4 Gm      B258-  Johnny Armstrong
 3/4 Gm      B258-  Johnny Armstrong
 3/4 C       B259-  Joy to the Bridegroom
  C| Dm      B260-  Joy to the Person of My Love
 6/4 Gm      B261-  Kind Husband and Imperious Wife
 6/4 C       B262-  King James's Jig, or The Country Farmer
 4/4 Ddorian B263-  King Solomon
   C G       B264-  King William's March, or Hark, Hark and
 6/4 D       B265-  The King's Delight
 3/4 Bb      B266-  The King's Jig, or Winchester Wedding
 3/4 Aphrygi B267-  Labandala Shot
 6/4 Bb      B268-  Ladies of London
 3/4 F       B269-  Lady, Lie Near Me
  C| Gm      B270-  The Lass of Cumberland
  C| Gm      B271-  The Lass of Cumberland
   C G       B272- Last Christmas 'twas my chance
 3/8 F       B273-  Lavender Green
   C Gdorian B274-  Lay By Your Pleading
  C| Gm      B275-  Lay By Your Pleading
 3/4 Gdorian B276-  Lay the Bent to the Bonny Broom
 6/4 Bphrygi B277-  The Leather Bottle
 3/4 G       B278-  Let Caesar Live Long
 3/4 Dm      B279-  Let Mary Live Long
 3/4 F       B280-  Let the Critics Adore
 3/4 C       B281-  Let the Soldiers Rejoice
 3/4 F       B282-  Let Traitors Plot On
  C| Am      B283-  Liberty's the Soul of Living
 6/4 Am      B284-  Lie Lulling Beyond Thee
 6/4 C       B285-  Light o' Love (Earl of Bedford)
 6/4 G       B286-  Lilliburlero
 6/4 G       B287-  Lilliburlero
 6/4 Bb      B288-  Loath to Depart
   C Gm      B289-  Logan Water
  C| Gdorian B290-  London is a Fine Town (Watton Towns End)
  C| Gdorian B291-  London is a Fine Town
 3/4 Dmixoly B292-  Long Cold Nights
  C| Gm      B293-  Lord Willoughby
  C| Cm      B294-  Lord Willoughby
 3/4 F       B295-  Love Will Find Out the Way
  C| G       B296-  A Lovely Lass to  Friar Came
 4/4 Ddorain B297-  Lumber me (L'homme Arme)
 4/4 Cm      B298-  Lusty Gallant
 4/4 Cm      B298-  Lusty Gallant
 6/4 Gdorian B299-  Magina-Cree
 4/4 Bm      B3
 3/4 Dm      B300-  Make Your Honours, Miss
 3/4 Dm      B301-  Mall Peatly
  C| C       B302-  Man Is for the Woman Made
  C| G       B303- March Boys (Northumberland Bagpipes)
 6/4 F       B304-  Mardyke
 4/4 A       B305-  Maying Time
  C| F       B306-  Maying Time
 6/4 F       B307-  Merrily and Cheerily
 6/4 G       B308-  Methinks the Poor Town
 6/4 F       B309-  The (Merry) Milkmaids, or Milking Pail
  C| C       B310-  The (Merry) Milkmaids, or Milking Pail
 6/4 G       B311-  Millfield
  C| Dm      B312-  Mr. Lane's Maggot
   C C       B313-  Monsieur's Almain
 3/4 Am      B314-  My life and my Death
 6/4 Gm      B315-  My lodging is on the Cold Ground
 6/8 F       B316-  My lodging is on the Cold Ground
 6/4 F       B317-  My Young Mary
 6/8 G       B318B-  Piss upon the Grass [Later Nancy Dawson]
 6/8 G       B318-  Nancy Dawson
   C Dm      B319-  Nanny O
  C| Dm      B320-  The New Bourree
 4/4 Dm      B321-  A New Game at Cards
 4/4 Dm      B322-  A New Game at Cards
  C| G       B323-  The Nightingale
 3/4 Dm      B324-  No, No, Poor Suffering Heart
 3/4 D       B325-  Nobody Else Shall Plunder But I
  C| D       B326-  Nonesuch, of A la Mode de France
  C| F#m     B327-  Nonesuch, of A la Mode de France
 6/4 Gmix    B328-  Northern Nancy
 6/4 G       B328-  Northern Nancy
   C C       B329-  Northern Nanny
  C| G       B330-  The Norwich Loyal Litany
  C| Am      B331-  Now at Last the Riddle Is Expounded
  C| C       B332-  Now, Now Comes On the Glorious  Year
 3/4 C       B333-  Now, Now the Fight's Done
  C| Gm      B334-  Now the Spring is Come
 9/4 C       B335-  Now the Tories That Glories
 4/4 C       B336-  Nutmegs and Ginger
 6/4 Am      B337-  O Fie! What Mean I, Foolish Maid
 3/2 Dm      B338-  O How Happy's He
   C Am      B339-  O Love If E'er Thou'lt Ease a Heart
 4/2 Am      B340-  O Man in Desperation
  C| C       B341-  O Mother! Roger
 3/4 D       B342-  O Raree Show
 3/4 D       B343-  O Raree Show
 6/4 D       B344-  Of All the Simple Things We Do
  C| Dm      B345-  Of Noble Race Was Shinkin
 3/4 F       B346-  The Old Man's Wish
 9/4 G       B347-  Old Simon the King
 9/4 F       B348B-  Old Simon the King, The Ground of (odd
 9/4 G       B348-  Old Simon the King
 6/4 A       B349-  The Old Wife She Sent to the Miller Her
 3/4 C       B350-  An Old Woman Poor and Blind
 6/4 Dm      B351-  An Old Woman Poor and Blind
 6/8 D       B352-  An Old Woman Poor and Blind
 3/4 Gm      B353-  On then Bank of a Brook
  C| D       B354-  Once I Loved a Maiden Fair
 3/4 Gm      B355-  One Night When All the Village Slept, or
 6/8 Em      B356-  One Night When All the Village Slept, or
  C| Em      B357-  One Night When All the Village Slept, or
  C| Gm      B358-  Only Tell Her
  C| Am      B359-  O'er Boggy
  C| D       B360- Over the Hills and Far Away
  C| D       B360-  Over the Hills and Far Away
 3/2 D       B361-  The Oxfordhire Tragedy
 3/4 Fm      B362-  Packington's Pound
 6/4 F       B363-  Packington's Pound
 3/4 Fm      B364-  Packington's Pound
  C| F       B365- Peg a Ramsay, or Peggy Ramsey
  C| C       B366- Peg a Ramsay, or Peggy Ramsey
 3/8 Em      B367-  Peg and the Soldier
  C| G       B368-  Peggy, I Must Love Thee
 6/4 C       B369-  Pepper is Black
 6/4 D       B370-  Phil Porter's Dream
 6/4 E       B371-  Phillida Flouts Me
 6/4 E       B372-  Phillida Flouts Me
 3/2 E       B373-  Phillida Flouts Me
 3/4 D       B374-  Phyllis the Lovely
 3/2 Am      B375-  Pretty Parrot Say, or Pretty Poll
 6/8 D       B376-  Pretty Peggy Benson
 6/4 F       B377-  The Prince of Orange's Delight
  C| G       B378-  Princess Royal
  C| C       B379-  Prithee, Friend, Leave off This Thinking
 1/1 F       B380-  Psalm 81
 1/1 C       B381-  PSalm 137
   C C       B382-  Quatre Branles
 6/4 F       B383-  Queen Dido, or Troy Town
  C| G       B384-  The Queen's Almain

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