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‘Tea-table Miscellany: or, A Collection of Scots Sangs’ (1733)

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The SONGS mark’d C, D, H, L, M, O, &c. are new Words by different Hands;

X, the Authors unknown; Z, old Songs; Q, old Songs with Additions.

End of Volume 1.

The following SONGS to be sung in their proper Places on the acting of the Gentle Shepherd, at each the page marked where they come in.

End of Volume 2.

When we behold her angel face,

Or when she sings with heavenly grace,

In what we hear and what we see,

How ravishing’s the harmony!

No charms like Celia’s voice surprise,

Except the musick of her eyes.


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