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  1. Select hymns for youth.

    http://archive.org/stream/McGillLibrary-PN970_M24_S34_1834-1993/PN970_M24_S34_1834#page/n19/mode/1up

    Subject :Children's songs.

  2. George and Britain save ; to which are added, The plowman's ditty, Lay thy loof in mine, lassie, By Logan streams.

    http://archive.org/stream/McGillLibrary-PN970_M336_G46_1825-1765/PN970_M336_G46_1825#page/n2/mode/1up

    Subject :George -- IV, -- King of Great Britain, -- 1762-1830 -- Songs and music -- Texts.

  3. Young Lochinvar ; to which are added, The rose of Dunmore; Scottish whisky; Blythe was she but and ben; Sleeping Maggie; Shepherds, I have lost my love.

    http://archive.org/stream/McGillLibrary-PN970_B65_Y68_1828-1711/PN970_B65_Y68_1828#page/n2/mode/1up

    Subject :Songs, Scots -- Texts.

  4. The Highland piper's advice to drinkers ; to which are added, Home, sweet home, Wallace's lament, Connel and Flora, Here is the glen, Oh hey Johny lad and Charlie is my darling.

    http://archive.org/stream/McGillLibrary-PN970_N44_H54_1820z-1781/PN970_N44_H54_1820z#page/n1/mode/1up

    Subject :Songs, Scots -- Texts.

  5. Eight popular songs : Green hills of Tyrol, Pity and protect the slave, The maid of Judah, Langsyne beside the woodland burn, The birks of Aberfeldy, The girl we love,. Meet me, Miss Molly Malone, Napoleon's dream.

    http://archive.org/stream/McGillLibrary-PN970_B65_E55_1835-1008/PN970_B65_E55_1835#page/n7/mode/1up

    Alternative Title :8 popular songs
    Bibliographic Citation :Eight popular songs : Green hills of Tyrol, Pity and protect the slave, The maid of Judah, Langsyne beside the woodland burn, The birks of Aberfeldy, The girl we love,. Meet me, Miss Molly Malone, Napoleon's dream. Glasgow : Printed for the booksellers, [between 1835 and 1849].
    Subject :Songs, English -- Scotland -- Texts.

  6. Welcome Charlie o'er the Main ; to which are added, The day returns, Hills of Gallowa, Oh Nancy wilt thou fly with me, The sailor boy, The sailor's return.

    http://archive.org/stream/McGillLibrary-PN970_M336_W45_1826-1766/PN970_M336_W45_1826#page/n0/mode/1up

    Subject :Songs, Scots -- Texts.

  7. The King's muster : to which is added, Nae luck about the house, and Up in the morning early, and Bauldy Baird.

    http://archive.org/stream/McGillLibrary-PN970_H88_Q44_1823_004017765-3015/PN970_H88_Q44_1823_004017765#page/n7/mode/1up

    Subject :Songs, Scots -- Texts.

  8. Molly O'Rigge ; Sit ye awhile and tipple a bit, The delights of wine, Caledonia! Native land!, The warrior bard, Beadle of the parish.

    http://archive.org/stream/McGillLibrary-PN970_B65_M65_1820-1012/PN970_B65_M65_1820#page/n0/mode/1up

    Subject :Songs, Scots -- Texts.
    Notes :Songs without music.

  9. Divine songs, in easy language, for the use of children / by I. Watts, D.D. From Ross's Juvenile Library

    http://archive.org/stream/McGillLibrary-PN970_L86_W3_1814-1991/PN970_L86_W3_1814#page/n8/mode/1up

    Alternative Title :Divine songs
    Bibliographic Citation :Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Divine songs, in easy language, for the use of children / by I. Watts, D.D. Glasgow : Published by J. Lumsden & Son, 1814.
    Subject :Children's songs.