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161. Heaving the lead Heaving the lead Naval Verse; Slip

162. Heaw to ged Rich! [and] The auld Scotch sangs Heaw to ged Rich! [and] The auld Scotch sangs Songs; Scotland Two ballads on sheet, illustrated

163. Henry's come from the wars Henry's come from the wars Verse, illustrated; Slip

164. Her father he's a brigand on the mountain [and] She'd a 3-penny bit with a hole in it Her father he's a brigand on the mountain [and] She'd a 3-penny bit with a hole in it Two ballads on sheet, illustrated

165. Here I am poor Jack [and] Dandy Jim from Caroline Here I am poor Jack [and] Dandy Jim from Caroline Sailors; Naval; Blackface minstrelsy Two ballads on sheet, illustrated

166. Home once more [and] Maid of Llanwellyn Home once more [and] Maid of Llanwellyn Two ballads on sheet, illustrated

167. Home once more [and] The hen-pecked club Home once more [and] The hen-pecked club Domestic strife Two ballads on sheet, illustrated

168. Horrible case of child starvation at Sunderland Horrible case of child starvation at Sunderland Murder - 19th century; Children; Sunderland (England) Verse and prose

169. Horrible child murder and robbery at Macclesfield committed on a little girl eight years of age, March Horrible child murder and robbery at Macclesfield committed on a little girl eight years of age, March 24th, 1877 Verse

170. Horrible crime at Blackburn Horrible crime at Blackburn Murder - 19th century; Crime - 19th century; Sex crimes - 19th century; Children; 1876; Blackburn (England) Verse and prose

171. Horrible murder of Emily Holland a girl aged 7 years, by William Fish a barber in Blackburn Horrible murder of Emily Holland a girl aged 7 years, by William Fish a barber in Blackburn Murder - 19th century; Crime - 19th century; Rape - 19th century; 1876; Blackburn (England) Verse

172. Hump back'd drummer and the cross-eyed cook [and] When Adam was first created Hump back'd drummer and the cross-eyed cook [and] When Adam was first created Women Two ballads on sheet

173. Hump-back'd drummer and the cross-eyed cook--When Adam was first created (Version 2) Hump-back'd drummer and the cross-eyed cook--When Adam was first created (Version 2) Women Two ballads on sheet

174. Hurrah for the fair, a new and original song, on the humours of the fair Hurrah for the fair, a new and original song, on the humours of the fair Verse, illustrated

175. I am a rough tar as you can see I am a rough tar as you can see Verse

176. I ask for nothing more [and] Don't speak of a man as you find him I ask for nothing more [and] Don't speak of a man as you find him Two ballads on sheet, illustrated

177. I can't make it out can you [and] Close the shutters, Willie's dead I can't make it out can you [and] Close the shutters, Willie's dead Two ballads on sheet, illustrated

178. I cannot sing the old songs [and] They all do it I cannot sing the old songs [and] They all do it Two ballads on sheet, illustrated

179. I don't think much of you [and] A man's a man for a' that I don't think much of you [and] A man's a man for a' that Two ballads on sheet, illustrated

180. I don't want to fight [and] The gallant 600 I don't want to fight [and] The gallant 600 Two ballads on sheet, illustrated
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