[Songs and Ballads]
Song 1st by a Shepherd
Song 3d by an Old Shepherd
"Never pain to tell thy love"
"I feard the fury of my wind"
"I saw a chapel all of gold"
"I laid me down upon a bank"
A cradle song
"I asked a thief to steal me a peach"
To my Mirtle
[To go] on I Plate
"O lapwing thou fliest around the heath"
An answer to the parson
[Experiment] "Thou hast a lap full of seed"
"If you trap the moment before its ripe"
"I heard an Angel singing"
"Silent Silent Night"
"Are not the joys of morning sweeter"
"How came the pride in Man"
[How to know Love from Deceit]
The wild flowers song
"Why should I care for the men of thames"
"The sword sung on the barren heath"
"Abstinence sows sand all over"
"In a wife I would desire"
"An old maid early eer I knew"
Several Questions Answerd
"He who binds to himself a joy"
"The look of love alarms"
"Soft deceit & Idleness"
"What is it men in women require"
An ancient Proverb
"My Spectre around me night & day"
[Postscript] "Oer my Sins Thou sit & moan"
"Mock on Mock on Voltaire Rousseau"
"Terror in the house does roar"
"Why was Cupid a Boy"
"Now Art has lost its mental Charms"
To the Queen
"The Caverns of the Grave Ive seen"
"I rose up at the dawn of day"
"A fairy skipd upon my knee"
"Around the Springs of Gray my wild root weaves"
To Mrs Ann Flaxman
[The Pickering Manuscript]