Wit and Mirth: or Pills to Purge Melancholy, Vol. 5 of 6
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  • WIT and MIRTH: OR PILLS TO PURGE MELANCHOLY
    • EDITED BY THOMAS D’URFEY
      • IN SIX VOLUMES VOLUME V
    • IN SIX VOLUMES VOLUME V
  • Songs Compleat,
    • Pleasant and Divertive;
      • SET TO
    • SET TO
  • MUSICK
    • VOL. V.
  • AN Alphabetical TABLE OF THE SONGS and POEMS Contain’d in this BOOK.
  • Songs Compleat,
    • Pleasant and Divertive, &c.
      • VOL. V.
    • VOL. V.
    • The Four-Legg’d Elder: Or a Horrible Relation of a Dog and an Elder’s Maid.
    • Plain Proof Ruin’d: Or, a Grand CHEAT Discover’d.
    • The Woman Warrior.
    • A Medly, Compos’d out of several SONGS.
    • The Trooper Watering his Nagg.
    • A Trip to the Jubilee. The Tune by Mr. R. Loe.
    • The Good Fellow.
    • Jockey’s Escape from DUNDEE; and the Parsons Daughter whom he had Mow’d.
    • A SONG. Sung by Mr. Dogget.
    • The Dance of the Usurer and the Devil.
    • The Suburbs is a fine place: To the Tune of London is a fine Town.
    • The Old Woman’s WISH.
    • The Mad-Man’s SONG.
    • A SONG.
    • A SONG.
    • Gilderoys last Farewel. To a New Tune.
    • The SCOTCH Wedding Between Jockey and Jenny.
    • A Scotch Song made to the Irish Jigg, and Sung to the King at Whitehall.
    • The Fair Lass of ISLINGTON.
    • The most Famous BALLAD Of King Henry the 5th; his Victory over the French at Agencourt.
    • The Lady Isabella’s Tragedy: Or, the Step-Mother’s Cruelty. To the foregoing Tune.
    • A Ballad
      • In Praise of a certain Commander in the City.
    • In Praise of a certain Commander in the City.
    • A SONG.
    • The Lass of Lynn’s sorrowful Lamentation for the Loss of her Maiden-Head.
    • The Jovial Tinker.
      • The Second PART.
    • The Second PART.
    • The Soldiers Fortune: Or, the taking Mardyke.
    • The MISSES Complaint.
      • Tune, Packington’s Pound.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
    • Tune, Packington’s Pound.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • The well approved Doctor: Or, an Infallible Cure for Cuckolds. To the foregoing Tune.
    • A Song.
    • The Jovial Cobler of St. Hellens.
    • The Merchant and the Fidler’s Wife.
    • The Unconstant Woman.
    • Sorrow banish’d in a Mug. The Words by Sir Edward Morgan.
    • The Good Fellow. Words by Mr. Alex. Brome.
    • The Nymphs Holiday. The Tune of the Nightingale.
    • Good Honest Trooper take warning by Donald Cooper. To the Tune of Daniel Cooper.
    • The Jovial Drinker.
    • The Sexton’s SONG.
    • The Great BOOBEE.
    • Set by Mr. Jeremiah Clark, Sung by Mr. Leveridge.
    • Words to a Tune of Mr. Barret’s, call’d the Catherine.
    • A Scotch Song. Sung by Mrs. Lucas at the Old Theatre.
    • The Quaker’s Song. Sung by Mrs. Willis at the New Play-House.
    • A Song.
    • The Irish Jigg: Or, the Night Ramble.
    • A SONG.
    • A SONG.
    • A Song.
    • A SONG.
    • The Duke of ORMOND’S March.
      • Set by Mr. Church.
    • Set by Mr. Church.
    • A Cure for Melancholy.
    • To his fairest Valentine Mrs. A.L.
    • A Ballad, Or, Collin’s Adventure.
    • The Town-Rakes, A Song: Set by Mr. Daniel Purcell: Sung by Mr. Edwards.
    • A Song: Set by Mr. Clarke.
    • The Amorous Barber’s Passion of Love for his Dear Bridget.
    • Damon forsaken. Set by Mr. Wroth.
    • The Apparition to the Jilted Lover. Set by Mr. Wroth.
    • A SONG.
    • Ralph’s going to the Wars.
    • A Song in Praise of Punch.
    • A SONG.
    • A SONG.
      • Writ by the Famous Mr. Nat. Lee.
    • Writ by the Famous Mr. Nat. Lee.
    • A SONG.
    • A SONG.
    • Bacchus turn’d Doctor. The Words by Ben. Johnson.
    • Jenny making Hay.
    • The Knotting Song. The Words by Sir Charles Sydney.
    • A Song. Set by Captain Pack.
    • A SONG.
      • Set by Mr. Tho. Farmer.
    • Set by Mr. Tho. Farmer.
    • A SONG.
    • A SONG.
      • Set by Mr. Fishburne.
    • Set by Mr. Fishburne.
    • A Song.
      • Set by Mr. Fishburn.
    • Set by Mr. Fishburn.
    • A Song. Set by Mr. Robert King.
    • A Song. Sett by Mr. Henry Purcell.
    • A Song. Set by Mr. Tho. Farmer.
    • A Song. Set by Mr. Fishburne.
    • A SONG.
    • A SONG.
    • A SONG.
      • Set by Mr. William Turner.
    • Set by Mr. William Turner.
    • A SONG in Valentinian.
    • A Song. Set by Mr. Pelham Humphreys.
    • A SONG.
    • A SONG.
    • A SONG.
      • Set by Mr. Tho. Kingsley.
    • Set by Mr. Tho. Kingsley.
    • A Song. Set by Mr. Henry Purcell.
    • A SONG.
    • A SONG.
      • Set by Mr. Fishburn.
    • Set by Mr. Fishburn.
    • A SONG.
      • Set by Mr. Fishburn.
    • Set by Mr. Fishburn.
    • A Song. Set by Mr. Fishburn.
    • A SONG.
      • Set by Mr. Henry Purcell.
    • Set by Mr. Henry Purcell.
    • A Song. Set by Mr. Damasene.
    • A SONG.
      • Set by Mr. Damasene.
    • Set by Mr. Damasene.
    • A Song. Set by Dr. Staggins.
    • A SONG.
      • Set by Mr. Richard Croone.
    • Set by Mr. Richard Croone.
    • A SONG.
      • Sung by Mrs. Cross in the Mock-Astrologer, Set by Mr. Ramondon.
    • Sung by Mrs. Cross in the Mock-Astrologer, Set by Mr. Ramondon.
    • A SONG.
      • Set and Sung by Mr. Leveridge at the Theater.
    • Set and Sung by Mr. Leveridge at the Theater.
    • A SONG.
      • Set by Mr. Ramondon, Sung at the Theatre.
    • Set by Mr. Ramondon, Sung at the Theatre.
    • A SONG.
      • Set by Mr. Anthony Young.
    • Set by Mr. Anthony Young.
    • A Song in the Opera call’d the Brittish Enchanters. Set by Mr. J. Eccles.
    • JUNO in the Prize.
      • Set by Mr. John Weldon.
    • Set by Mr. John Weldon.
    • A Song in the Innocent Mistress. Set by Mr. John Eccles, Sung by Mrs. Hodgson.
    • VENUS to PARIS in the Prize Musick. Set by Mr. John Weldon.
    • A SONG.
      • The Words by Mr. Ward, Set by Mr. Harris.
    • The Words by Mr. Ward, Set by Mr. Harris.
    • A SONG.
      • Set by Mr. William Turner.
    • Set by Mr. William Turner.
    • A SONG.
      • Set to Musick by Mr. John Eccles.
    • Set to Musick by Mr. John Eccles.
    • Old Soldiers.
    • On the Tombs in Westminster Abby.
    • A Song in the Fair Penitent. Set by Mr. Eccles. Sung by Mrs. Hudson.
    • The Dear Joy’s Lamentation.
    • The Female Scuffle. To the foregoing Tune.
    • An Elegy on Mountfort. To the foregoing Tune.
    • A SONG.
      • Set by Mr. James Townshend, Organist of Lyn Riges. The Words by J.R.
    • Set by Mr. James Townshend, Organist of Lyn Riges. The Words by J.R.
    • Mercury to Paris, in the Prize Musick, Compos’d by Mr. John Eccles.
    • A Song. Set by Mr. W. Morley.
    • A Song. Set by Mr. J. ISUM.
    • An Amorous Song. To the Tune of, The bonny Christ-Church Bells.
    • A Song. Set by Mr. J. ISUM.
    • A Song. Set by Mr. JOHN ISUM.
    • A SONG on the JUBILEE.
    • A Young Man’s WILL.
    • A New Song, Sung at the Playhouse. By Mr. Dogget.
    • A SONG.
    • A SONG.
    • A Song Sung by Mrs. Cross. Set by Mr. Jeremiah Clark.
    • A Song in the Surpriz’d Lovers. Set by Mr. John Eccles, Sung by Mr. Bowman.
    • A Song. Set by Mr. Akeroyd.
    • A New Song. Translated from the French.
    • A Song by a Person of Honour. Set by Mr. John Weldon.
    • A Song. Set by Mr. Jeremy Clark.
    • A Health to the Tackers.
    • A SONG.
      • Set by Mr. Anthony Young.
    • Set by Mr. Anthony Young.
    • A SONG.
    • A Song. Sung by Mrs. Bracegirdle.
    • A SONG. Sung by Mrs. Bracegirdle.
    • A SONG.
      • Sung by Mrs. Bracegirdle.
    • Sung by Mrs. Bracegirdle.
    • A SONG. Set by Mr. John Barret.
    • A SONG.
    • A SONG.
      • The Words by Mr. Clossold, Set by Mr. John Wilford.
    • The Words by Mr. Clossold, Set by Mr. John Wilford.
    • A SONG. Set by Mr. Motley.
    • Jockey’s Lamentation.
      • To the foregoing Tune.
    • To the foregoing Tune.
    • A Scotch Song. Set by Mr. John Barrett.
    • A Song. Set by Mr. WILLIS.
    • A Scotch Song, the Words by Mr. Peter Noble, Set by Mr. John Wilford.
    • A New Song in the Play call’d, a Duke and no Duke. Sung by Mrs. Cibber.
    • A Song. The Words made to a Tune of the late Mr. Henry Purcell’s.
    • The Gelding the Devil. Set by Mr. Tho. Wroth.
    • A Song.
    • A Song; to the Tune of Woobourn Fair.
      • Vol. 4. Pag. 330.
    • Vol. 4. Pag. 330.
    • A SONG.
      • Set by Mr. Pack.
    • Set by Mr. Pack.
    • A SONG.
    • A SONG.
    • A New Song, the Words by Mr. J.C. Set to Musick by Dr. Prettle.
    • A Scotch Song, Set by Mr. R. Brown.
    • A Song, Set by Mr. John Weldon.
    • A Song in Rinaldo and Armida: Set by Mr. John Eccles. Sung by Mr. Gouge.
    • A Song on the Punch Bowl. To the foregoing Tune.
    • The PROLOGUE in the Island-Princess, Set and Sung by Mr. Leveridge.
    • A Song Set by Mr. John Barrett, and Sung by Mrs. Lindsey.
    • A Song, Set by Mr. CLARK.
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