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O mein Liebchen : song. v. my love.
memorie ancor gradite ; fr. opera by

Piccinni. 360.
memory, celestial maid : glee (two

settings) by Stevens (?). 102.
memory, thou faithful shade : duet

by T. Miles. 96.



messager fidele : song (after 1744,

etc.). 536, 557 (King's 332, f. 51).
O mesta tortorella : song by — Doni.

562.
mia vita : duet by Steffani. 70, 77.
mighty prince : ode by Turner. 213.
mild is the sun : song arranged by

Kozeluch. 603.
mirk, mirk is this midnight hour :

song arranged by Kozeluch. 601,

603 (35278, ff.9, 17, 22).
misera Dorinda ; fr. opera (?), by

Reggio. 229, 236.
O miseria d' amante : madrigal by

Marenzio (?). 130.
O mistress mine : glee by Stevens.

103, 104.
mither dear: song (late 18th cent.).

595.
Mitilde, anima mia : song by Biga-

glia. 506, 511.
mo e uautro parlo : duet bv Leo.

78.
morire, o al caro ; fr. opera (1712).

249.
morire, o non amar ; f r. opera (late

17th cent.). 234.
mors inevitabilis : motet bv Vinders.

196.
mort, I'objet de mes plaisirs : song

(16th cent.). 466.
O mortal nran : madrigal (after 1604).

144.
mother, a cock (18th cent.). 199

(49).
mother, a hoop : English tune [? by

Brailford]. 199 (65).
mother, mother, now advise : glee

by Callcott. 107.
my Clarissa : set by W. Lawes as

duet. 55 ; — or part-song. 452, 453.
mv desire : madrigal bv W. Newark.

124.
my fearful dreams : catch [by T.

Ravenscroft]. 30, 35, 36.
mv heart, it is so sore ; madrigal by

Henry VHI. 126.
my heart, when will : madrigal (after

1608). 148.
my lady dure : madrigal by — Parker,

monk of Stratford. 124.
ray love is like the red, red rose :

song arranged bv Kozeluch. 602,

603 (35278, ff. 11, 18, 25b) ;— bv

Weber. 6.30.
my loving, sweet heart : madrigal bv

Marenzio. 141, 152, 178.
my poor eyes : part-song [by R.

Jones]. 451.
Nancy, v. Gin ye meet a bonnie

lassie ; by Haydn.
O night more pleasing : glee by S.

W[ebbe ?]. 104.
nightingale, best poet : glee by

Stevens. 103.



814



INDEX T.



O nigrocella ; song by Blow. 481.

O noiosi ciceroni : canon (19th cent.).

12.
() now I find 'tis nought: song bj- H.

Lawes. 475.
O now the certain cause I know : trio

by H. Lawes. 652.
<) numi eterui : song by Handel. 514,

558, 565.
O open the door, Lord Gregory : song

(late 18th cent.). 595.

song arranged bv I. Pleyel. 601,

603 (35278, f. 2b).

pace del mio cor : song (17th-18th
cent.). 501.

song by [Scarlatti ?]. 560.

O parbleu, monsieur de Paris, r. Par-

bleu, monseigneur.
iiarent of each lovely muse : ode by

Callcott. 218.
O parlate, sembianze : song (1698?).

490.
O parsi (?) sparsi : madrigal (1575-1578).

130.
pastori, io v' avviso : song by Porpora.

510, 583, 584.
O penosa loutananza : duet by Durante.

94.
O pere de tendresse. v. Accourez,

troupe ch^rie.
perla gentil : madrigal (15th-16th

cent.). 121.
Phely, happy be that day : song

arranged by Haydn. 619. |

piaggie, o monti : song by G. Casa- ,

lotti(?). 492 (36877, f. 90b).
poortith cauld : song arranged bv
Kozeluch. 601, 603 (35278, ff. 5b,

14b, 22b).

song by T. Miles. 025. |

song arranged by Weber. 630.

Oportento; fr. opera by Traetta. 335.
pray, haye you never heard : glee by

Bishop. 118.
O primavera : canon by Greene. 7.
prodighi di fianime : madrigal by

Marenzio or M. A. Rossi. 130, 170.
qual celeste raggio : song by Zannet-

tini. 490.
qual fiamma ; fr. opera by Jommelli.

298.
O quante volte : duet bv Durante. 82

(31552, f.201)), 84 (14110, f. 19), 85

(31539, f. 133), 91 (31515, f. 108).

madrigal by Marenzio. 179. I

quanto : canon by G. B. IMartini.

12.
quanto e dolce la liberta : song by

•Opignani. 495.
quanto 1' anima ; fr. opera by [J. S. |

Mayer. 306.
O quanto mi consola : son-g by Capelli.

528.
( ) quanto tu sei bella : song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 100b).



! quench these Hames : song (1682-

1690). 485.
j 0, questa e bella ; fr. opera bv Galuppi.
[ 277.

qui me gelidis in vallil)us : glee by
I Callcott. 106.

i ravishing delight ; fr. masque by D.
j Purcell. 247.

' "O reguinge." f. Monsieur Laurent;
etc.
remember the time ; f r. opera, adapted

by Bishop from Boieldieu. 398.
Oricandenne: song (after 1744). 550.
Richard, cruel tyrant, v. Upon a

stage.
root of truth ; madrigal bv — Tudor.

124, 160.
O sacred bird: glee by S. Weslev. 119,

120.
sacred solitude : glee by T. Miles.

115.
0, sadly the hours pass by. r. "The
! Circassian Bride."
' Sally, long I've tried : song liv Hook.
616.'
Sandy, wliy leav'st thou thy Nellv :
song (late 18th cent.). 595. "

song arranged by Haydn. 617.

Sandy, why thus leave, v. O Sandy,

why leav'st thou.

0, sapessi del core : song by Tosi. 563.

sa%v ye bonnie Leslie : song arranged

by Kozeluch. 601, 603 (35278, ff. 5,

14, 21b).

saw ye Jeanie Nettles : song (late

18th cent.). 595.
saw ye my father : song (late 18tli

cent.). 595.

saw ye my wee thing : song arranged

by Kozelucli. 601, 603 (35278, ff. 5b,

14b, 22b).

say, bonnie lass : song arranged bv

Kozeluch. 602, 004 (35279, ff. 6, 13).

say, my sweet : song arranged bv

Haydn. 618.
say not that Arthur : song arranged

by Kozeluch. 603.
O say not woman's heart is bought :

operatic air by J. Whitaker. 406.
say, simple maid ; fr. opera [bv

Arnold]. 323.
O schiere d' amanti : song by Reggio.

486.
se fosse il mio core : song [by Porporal.
524 (31516, f. 74), 587 (31489, f. 126b).
se potessi amar : song (18th cent.).

585.
se poteste : madrigal by [G. E.[

Bernabei. 175.
selce, o tigre : madrigal by Scarlatti.

105.
send Lewie Gordon hame : song
(late 18th cent.). 595.

song arranged bv Kozeluch. 601.

603 (35278, ff. 9 and 12, 17, 241)).



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



815



O sguardo incauto : madrigal bv Reggio.

155.
O sigh not thus : song bv Lodge-EUer-

ton. 628.
O sighs, by love inflamed : madrigal

(after 1611). Ii7.
sighs, sobs. v. From my delight.
silence, fond warblers ; fr. opera bv

S. Wesley. 313.
O sing unto my roundelay : madrigal

by S. Wesley. 188, 191.
O sleep, fond fancv : madrigal by Benuet.

167, 174 (31442, f. 19, etc.).
O sleep, thou flatterer : glee (late 18th

cent.). 104.
O snatch me swift : glee bv C'allcott.

110.
O softly drop, mine eyes. v. Softly,

softly.
() sol degl' occhi : song by Scarlatti.

508.
O sol ti lagnerai. v. Vago usignuol.
() solitario ed a me grato monte : song

by G. Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 83b).
O solitude : song bv H. Purcell. 487,

505.
O sonno : madrigal by G. de Wert. 166.
O sorrow, say : duet by R. Smith. 57.
O sort, que je me plains : song (1620-

1621). 470.
sorte cruda : song (1807). 022.
spare a hapless maiden. r. "The

Circassian bride."
spiteful love: madrigal (after 1611).

147.
star-beams and moon-beams : song

by Hatton. 639.
stay, sweet warbling woodlark : song

arranged bv Kozeluch. 601, 603

(35278, ff.5,"l4, 21).
O stelle omicide : duet by Reggio. 58.
O strew the sweet flow'r: song (late

18th cent.). 596.
O strike the harp : trio by Stevens. 654.
sweet deceit : madrigal [by Bvrd].

147, 150.
sweet delight : song [bv Campion].

476.
sweet grief : madrigal by Bennet.

174 (31442, parts i, ii, f. 20b ; iii, f. 20 ;

iv, f. 19b).
O sweet kiss : madrigal by A. Ferra-

bosco [sen.]. 141, 185.
O sweet sir : song (late 18th cent.).

595.
song arranged bv Kozeluch. 601,

608 (35278, ff . 8, 16," 24).
O take him gentlv. v. '" Cyrus the

Great."
O take me to thy heart ; song bv Balfe.

638.
O tell me, gentle orb of night : cantata

by Costa. 23.
tell me, sweetheart : madrigal (after

1608). 148.



temerario Arbace. v. Per quel paterno

amplesso.
teneri piaceri : song bv Salieri. 576,

608.
O Teseo ; fr. opera bv Monteverde. 225

(30491, f. 39),
that mine eyes could melt : song by

Brewer. 475.
that mine eves were equal to my

woes : song (1615-1626). 469.
that my heart had ne'er been bound :

song by T. Miles. 625.
that the learned poets : madrigal by

Gibbons. 190.
that this last farewell : song (after

1669?). 476.
O that we woeful wretches : madrigal

[by Byrd]. 147, 150.
the brave, bloodv day : song (1681).

482.
O the merrv Christ-church bells : words

of catch f?), by — AUders. 26.
the river : song by Hatton. 639.
the roast beef of old England (18th

cent.). 198.
the sad day : song bv P. Humfrey.
1 480, 482, 494.
the soft blooms : song by S. Webbe,

jun. 607.
O there 's nothing so fine ; fr. opera

(1832-1841). 419.
O think not, Phcebe : song by W. Lawes.
i 473.
j think not the maid : glee by Callcott.

106.
this is DO mine ain lassie : song
; arranged by Kozeluch. 601, 603

(35278, ff. 8b, 16b, 23b).
thou, or what remains of thee : glee

by CaUcott. 107.
O thou that art so cruel : madrigal by

Morley. 169 (23625, f. 64b).
thou that roU'st above : glee bv
I Stevens. 103.
' O thou, the friend of man ; glee by

Callcott. 106.
thou, the nymph with placid eye :

glee by Callcott. 105.
thou, whei'e'er thv bones at rest : glee

by Callcott. 107."
thou who bad'st the turtles : glee by

Callcott. 101, 105.
thou who drew'st in tears : glee by

Stevens. 103.
O Thou Who lookst upon the battle ;

fr. opera by Balfe. 430.
thou who sitt'st a smiling bride :
j glee by Callcott. 100.
thrice - blessed earth-bed : madri-
gal (?), bv J. (?) Tomkins. 133,

151.
Tibby, I hae seen the day : song

arranged by Haydn. 619.
time, thy wings are wet : dialogue
(1682). 481.



816



INDEX I.



timida lepretta : madrigal [by Gio-

vanelli]. 145.
'tis a lovely tliiug for youth : part-
song by T. Miles. 455.
to hand, reef and steer ; fr. table

entertainment by Dibdin. 645, G46.
toi, mou compagne : song by F. Berat.

037.
O toi, Rose cherie ; fr. o^^era (after 1794).

315.
tu, cara scienza : madrigal by Gio-
vanni da Firenze. 121.
O tu, che a tutte ore : song bv G. Casa-

lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 8b).
tu, che [■? fr]a le [selve ?] : madrigal

[•?by Marenzio]. 143.
O tu, che parti : song (1698 ?). 489.
tu, che si fastosa : song by G. B.

Buononciui. 490.
O tu con 'sta boccuccia : madrigal (16th

cent.). 136.
O tu, qui dans oracula ; duet liy J.

Harington. 72.
vaghe, o care stelle : madrigal by

G. Jeffreys. 154.
Venus, daughter of the mighty Jove :

song by Blow. 505.
O Venus, regina Cnidi : glee by Callcott.

106.
Venus, vrouw : madrigal (I6th cent.).

129.
vergine felice : madrigal by H. Lawes.

156.
O virgin pale : glee by W. Linley. 111.
vita, vita, no : song by Sammartini.

587.
Ovivafiamma: duet by Reggio. 58.
O voi, del Istro fortunate piaggie :

cantata by Siissmayr. 19.
O voi, di queste selve abitatrici : song

by Scarlatti. 514, 526, 588.
vous, belle jeunesse : song (after 1744).

552.
waft me to the jovs of love: glee

(1775-1822). 102.
O waly, waly, up the bank : song

arranged bv I. Plevel. 601, 603

(35278, f. 2bj.
O was I to blame

Haydn. 618.
O wat ye wha's in yon town : song

arranged bv Kozeluch. 601, 603

(35278, ff. 6,'l4b, 23).
wat ye wha that lo'es me : song

arranged bv Havdn. 619 ; — by Koze-
luch. 601, 603" (35278, ff. 5b, 14, 24).
were I able : duet arranged bv

Haydn. 92.
were I as fleet : song arranged bv

Haydn. 618.
O were I on Parnassus' hill : song

arranged by Hummel. 628, 631, 633

(32189, f. 120b).
O were the sea a sea of wine : glee bv

Bishop. 118.



song arranged by



O what a gay and joyous scene ; fr.

opera, adapted from Paisiello. 397.
O what a nose : catch by T. Miles.

44.
what a scene : .song by H. Purcell.

498.
O what had I ado : song arranged by

Havdn. 618 ;— by Kozeluch. 603,

604 (.35279, f.7b).
O what shall I do : madrigal bv Wilbve.

187.
when I think. r. Lord, when I

think.
O when safe at home ; fr. opera (1799).

323.
O where and O where : song (18tli-19th

cent.). 605.
song arranged by Haydn. 621

(35275, f. 28) ;— by Hummel. 632.
where do fairies hide their heads :

chorus arranged by Bishop. 51.
O where dost thou bide : duet arranged

by Kozeluch. 87.
where, tell me where, v. where

and where.
O whistle and I'll come. v. Whistle

and I'll conie.
white-foaming Ogwen : song (two

settings) arranged by Kozeluch. 603.
who can denv ; fr. opera by Balfe.

4.32.
whv should I weep ; fr. opera bv

Balfe. 427.
why so mute : glee by Callcott. 105.
Willie brew'd a peck o' maut : song

arranged by Havdn. 619 ; — bv

Kozeluch. 602, 604 (35279, ff. 3, 10).
O Willie was a wanton wag : song

arranged bv Kozeluch. 602, 604

(35279, ff. 2b, 9b).
O willow, willow. V. The poor soul sat

sighing.
wilt thou gang wi' me : song (late

18th cent.). 596.
O worthy queen. v. Crowned with

flow'rs and lilies.
wretched dav ; fr. opera bv Dibdin.

375.
O wretched man, why lov'st thou

earthly life : madrigal by Wilbye.

152, 173, 183.
O ye gods : madrigal (18th cent.). 170.
ye roses : madrigal by Pearsall. 191.
O ve who batlie in courtly bliss : glee

(1789). 110.

fr. opera by Dibdin. 375.

yes, can anj- man : madrigal (after

1624). 154.
yes, yes, yes ! If there be any

man : catch by Hilton. 26.
you that bathe, v. ye who bathe.
you that hear: madrigal [by Byrd].

iso.

young Loch invar : glee adapted fr.
Attwood bv Bruguier. 117.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



81;



Oaken leaves : catch [bv T. Raveus-

croft]. 36.
"Oberon": opera by T. Holmes, v.

Newly from a poached toad.
glee by Hook. v. Hither, sportive

maids.

opera by Weber. 414 (2).



Objet charmaut. v. Je serais fache.
Obscura sub nocte. v. Edits Csesareo

Boiorum sanguine.
Occhi belli che adorati : song (late

17th cent.). 496.
Ocelli belli, no, non piangete: song by

Orlandini. 527.
Occhi belli, occhi sdegnosi : song by

G. Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 127).
Occhi belli, occhi sereui : song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36887, f. 114).
Occhi belli, se io v' adoro : song (1683 ?).

485.
Occhi cari : song by Millico. 576.
Occhi, come potete : song bv Marcello.

526.
Occhi leggiadri : madrigal (16th cent.).

136.
Occhi mici, che faceste : song [bv

Handel]. 582.
Occhi miei, che vedeste : madrigal by

Baccusi. 140.
Occhi, perche piangete : duet by Stef-

fani. 66, 70 (2), 77, 78, 80, 81.
Occhi, i^ieta : duet by Steffani. 78.
Occhi quai vaghi : duet (late 17th cent.).

59.
Occhi (?) quelli : madrigal (late 16th

cent.). 131.
Occhi sereui : madrigal bv Marenzio.

180.
Occhi, soli d' amore : song by Reggio.

486.
Occhi, stelle fatali : song by G. Casa-
lotti (■?). 492 (36877, f. 109).
Occhi, steUe mortali : madrigal by G.

Jeffreys. 154.
Occhi, strali amorosi : song by G. Casa-
lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 29b).
Occhi, uu tempo mia vita : song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 36).

madrigal by Marenzio (?). 136.

Oderunt peccarc boui : canon bvTravers.

6.
Odi. V. Udi.
Odo le meste voci ; fr. opera by [? P.]

Gugiielmi. 299.
" Odoardo e Carlotta " : opera by G.

Farinclli. 391.
" CEdipuri " : opera by H. Purcell. 243,

246, 249, 821.
O'er. r. also Over.
" O'er bogie." v. The balmy night.
O'er manv a foaming billovir : song by

Hatton. 639.
O'er moor and o'er mountain : song

arranged by Kozeluch. 603.

II



O'er mountains bright ; song by Bishop,
etc. 658.

trio by Bishop, etc. 626.

O'er Paraclete's sequestered cell : glee

by Callcott. 106.
O'er the blue wave ; fr. opera by Balfe.

426.
O'er the muir : song arranged bv Havdn.

618.
O'er William's tomb : glee by T. Norris.

99.
Of a noble race. v. Of noble race.
Of a' the airts : song arranged by

Haydn. 619.
Of all heav'n gave ; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 646.
Of all jolly pastimes : madrigal (early

17th cent.). 137.
Of all joys we are i)ossess'd: duet bv

Corfe. 71.
Of all sensations ; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 647.
Of all the birds on bush and tree : glee

by T. Miles. 115.
Of all the birds that ever : trio [by T.

Ravenscroft]. 655.
Of all the instruments : catch by H.

Purcell. 41.
Of all the joys that fill the heart : song

[1789]. 574.
Of all the jovs were e'er possess'd : duet

by S. Wesley. 97.
Of all the lives ; fr. table entertainment

by Dibdin. 644.
Of Cupid. V. Who trusts to fortune's.
Of discipline ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

375, 376.
Of familiars vou've heard ; fr. opera bv

Dibdin. .375.
Of gold all burnish'd : madrigal bv

Byrd. 169 (23626, f. 78b).
Of joys and pleasing pains: madrigals

by Wilbye. 183.
Of noble race was Shenkin : Welsh

tune (18th cent.). 209.

duet arranged by Haydn. 94 (2).

fr. opera adapted (?) by H. Purcell.

231.

Of old when heroes : ode by H. Purcell.

213, 215, 216, 220, 223.
Of plighted faith ; fr. opera by Storace.

318, 322.
Of the ancients it's speaking ; fr. table

entertainment bv Dibdin. 643.
Oft did I marv']": madrigal (?), by T.

Tomkins. 153.
Oft have I tendered tributary tears :

madrigal by Ward. 153.
Oft have I vow'd ; madrigal by Wilbve.

185.
Oft have you told me. r. " She ventures,

he wins."
Often I am by the women told : duet

by P. Reggio. 56.

3 G



818



INDEX I.



Ogni anno passa lui' anno ; fr. opera (?),

by Hummel. 386.
Ogni belta, madonna : madrigal by

Festa. 163.
Ogni donna: song [?by Vento]. 568.
Ogni loco m' attrista : madrigal by

Festa. 163.
Ogni loco mi porge doglia : madrigal by

Palestrina. 159, 160, 185.
Ogni procella infida ; fr. opera by Hasse.

278.
Ognor tu fosti ; fr, opera by Jommelli.

272.
Ognun con saldo cigiio ; fr. opera by

Porsile. 382.
Oh. V. 0.
Ohne Lebeu lebt der Welt : song by

M. C. Eberwein. 631.
Oime : madrigal (after 1604). 143.
Oime, che ascolto : song by Lord Burg-

hersh. 614.
Oime, che dir potrei. v. Importuna

che sei.
Oime, deb, perche fato : madrigal by

Reggio. 155.
Oime, dicono pur i saggi amanti. v.

Lasso benche mi fugga.
Oim^, gia vengo ; fr. opera by Zinga-

relli. 381.
Oime, madre, aita : song by L. Rossi.

481.
Oime, perche mi fuggi : madrigal [by

Giovanelli]. 145.
Oime, se tanto amate : madrigal by

Marenzio(?). 136.
Oime, tal fu amore : madrigal by ]\Ia-

renzio. 179.
Oje, Ma' : song (18th-19th cent.). 607.
Ola, chi mi risveglia : madrigal by Clari.

158, 177, 189.
"Old age and young" (18th cent.).

202 (307).
Old Boreas; fr. opera [? by Dibdin].

379.
Old Chiron : song by Henstridge. 485.
duet by [M.] Wise. 56, 57, 62,

63 (2), 83.
Old England, she has great warriors :

song by Hatton. 639.
Old Goody Grimshaw : catch by G —

L— . 46.
Old King Cole : glee by S. Wesley. 117.
Old Mary, fr. table entertainment by

Dibdin. 644.
Old Obadiah : catch (late 18th cent.).

36.
" Old Oxford." v. " Oxford, Old."
" Old wife behind the fire " (18th cent.).

199 (60).
•' Olimpia abbandouata." v. Dove sei.
" Olimpia in Eruda." v. L' acerba mia

ferita ; Vedo 1' ombra.
" Olimpiade." v. " L' Olimpiade."
Olivier de Chatelmus. v. Apres avoir

bien cherch6.



fr.



fr. opera by Zingarelli.
opera by
fr. opera by
opera (18th



Ombra adorata :

385. ■
Ombra cara amorosa :

Traetta. 348.
Ombra cara di mia sposa ;

Handel. 264.
Ombra, che pallida ; fr.

cent.). 344.

fr. opera by Araja. 260.

fr. opera by R. di Capua. 266.

fr. opera by Jommelli. 300.

Ombra diletta ; fr. opera by Gluck. 293.
Ombre amene : operatic (?) song (18th

cent.). 593.
Ombre care : duet by J. G. Naumann.

84.
Ombre, larve; fr. opera (?), by G. F. di

Majo. 805.
Ombre, tenebre : song (late 17th cent.).

495.
Ombrose boscora : song by G. Casa-

lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 121b).
Omnia quae de coelo possim fingere :

song by S. Wesley. 623.
Omnibus in rebus laudatur : motet

(16th cent.). 193.
" Omphale " : opera by Destouches.

Reference to, 1706. 540.
On a bank of flow'rs : song arranged by

Kozeluch. 602, 608 (35278, f£. lib,

18b, 25b).
On a beau dire du nial : song (after

1744). 552.
On a day, alack the day : glee by W. P.

Stevens. 119.
On a de tout temps eprouve : song (18th

cent.). 579.

de mon ami

123, 129.
fait bruit : song (after
535, 557 (King's 331,



niadrigal



On a mal dit

(16th cent.).
On a par ici

1744, etc.).

i. 182b).
On a pris notre general : song (after

1744, etc.). 538, 557 (King's 332,

f. 141).
On a vu venir: song (after 1744, etc.).

530, 557 (King's 330, f. 97).
On beds of snow : song by [? J.] Whit-

aker. 625.
On boit en tons lieux ; f r. opera (after

1726). 255.
"On compterait les diamants." v.

Gaston, qui savez mieux; etc.
On connait dans chaque province : song

(after 1744, etc.). 533, 557 (King's

331, f. 28).
On croyait tout mort : song (after 1744,

etc.). 537, 557 (King's 332, f. 87).
On dedaigne a la cour : song (after 1744,

etc.). 536, 557 (King's 332, f. 65b).
On dit deja je ue sais quoi. v. Qui

n'admire I'enfauce.
On dit partout que la paix : song (after

1744, etc.). 530, 557 (King's 332,

f.24b).



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



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On dit qu'amour est si charmant : song

(after 1726). 520.
On dit qu'on reproche a Tencin : soug

(after 1744). 556.
On dit qu'un amant jeune : song (after
1744, etc.). 542, 557 (King's 333,
f. 154).
On dit qu'un ambassadeur : song (after

1744). 555.
On dit qu'un bref : song (after 1744, etc.).

544, 557 (King's 334, f. 114).
On dit que Beuvron : song (after 1744,

etc.). 533; etc.
On dit que c'est la Maintenon : song

(after 1744). 542.
On dit que dans le monde : song (1728).

523.
On dit que de la couronne : song (after

1744, etc.). 534, 557 (King's 331,

f.l07b).
On dit que I'aimable folie : song (18th

cent.). 580.
On dit que I'Espagnol : song (after

1744). 529.
On dit que la Beaujeu : song (after

1744). 553.
On dit que la Montauban : song (after

1744, e^c). 541,557 (King's 333, f. 96b).
On dit que La Valliere : song (after

1726, etc.). 517, 533, 557 (King's 331,

f. 35b).
On dit que le Luxembourg : song (after

1744, etc.). 546, 557 (King's 335,

f.6b).
On dit que le parlement passe tout :

song (after 1744). 537.
On dit que le parlement suivant : soug

(after 1744). 552.
On dit que le premier : song (after 1744,

etc.). 537, 557 (King's 332, f. 104).
On dit que Monsieur de Mantoue : song

(after 1744, etc.). 537, 557 (King's

332, f. 106).
On dit que Phebus : song (after 1744,

etc.). 537, 557 (King's 332, f. 89).
On dit que son excellence; fr. opera [by

Mont6clair]. 275.
On dit que vous avez des rats. v. Notre

archeveque est a Conflans.
On dit que vous I'avez : song (after

1726). 520.
On doit a Monsieur Boin : song (after

1744, etc.). 552, 557 (King's 337,

ff. 9, 184).
On entend en tons lieux: song (after

1744, etc.). 539, 557 (King's 333,

f.l8b).
On enteudit la jeune Climene : song

after 1726). 520.
On Ettrick banks ; song arranged by

Haydn. 617.
On ev'rv bill ; fr. opera [by T. A. Arne].

347.
On m'avait dit : song by E. Bruguiere.

637.



On n'a jamais vu : song (after 1744,

etc.). 534, 557 (King's 331, f. 113b).
On n'a pas fait. v. On a par ici.
On n'entend plus : song (after 1749).

557.
On ne doit pas avoir peur. v. Avec un

teint.
On ne pent plus se marier : song (after
1744, etc.). 5.39, 557 (King's 332,
f.215b).
On ne regale plus les dames : song

(after 1726). 521.
On ne trouve pas 6tonnant : song (after
1744, etc.). 547, 557 (King's 835,
f. 149).
On ne voit plus se marier. v. On ne

pent plus.

i On ne voit roder par la ville : song
(after 1744, etc.). 545, 557 (King's

334, f. 190b).
On Oljnnpus' blue summit; fr. table

entertainment by Dibdin. 647.
On, on ! Compassion shall ne'er enter

here : song by W. Lawes. 473.
On parle qu'un certain Robin : song

(after 1744). 552.
On pent bien, sans etre indiscret ; fr.

opera [by Mouret]. 274, 557 (King's

336, f. 160).
On pleasure's smooth wings : glee by

Callcott. 106.
On softest beds : glee by Berg. 99.
On that I love. v. I love, I love.
On that spot I will raise ; fr. opera by

Dibdin. 370.
On the brow of a hill : song by Hook.

616.
On the down of a thistle : glee bv W.

Linley. 116.
On the moonlit lake; fr. opera (1836).

423.
On the poor, confin'd debtors : catch

by Greene. 37.
On the salt wave we live : glee by S.

Wesley. 117.
On the very first of May : song by

Savage. 572.
On trouve une fiUe charmante. v. Ou

trouver.
On va faire des marechaux : song (after

1744). 536.
On va mettre des marechaux. v. On

va faire.
On voit ce hdros : song (after 1744, etc.).

543, 557 (King's 334, f. 50b).
On voit dans La Rue : song (after 1744).

537.
On voit encore des belles: song (1760).

567.
On voit partir en diligence : song (after

1744, etc.). 554, 557 (King's 337,

ff. 135, 183).
On vous a vu. v. On a vu veuir.
Once again, my Chloris : duet by

Savage. 74.

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INDEX I.



Once iu our lives : catch by H. Purcell.

29, 37 (31462, f.4), 38.



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