Sheet Music Collection, London, c. 1800. Folio, engraved leaves, limp bound volume in paper covers containing approximately twenty pieces of printed music and one manuscript piece, including: The Favorite Castanet Song as Sung by Miss De Camp; Whilst with Village Maids I Stray; True Courage by Dibdin; On this Old Flinty Rock I Will Lay my Head, Sung by Mr. Braham; A Rose Tree Full in Bearing a Favorite Song in the Poor Soldier; Faithless Emma; Forget Me Not by Mr. Braham; Could a Man be Secure; The Wife's Farewell, or No, My Love, No; The Mid-Watch; Love's a Tyrant; Why Stays my Love; The Mischievous Bee; Come Tell Me Says Rosa; The Minstrel's Harp; The Voice of her I Love; The Celebrated Poem, Fare Thee Well by Lord Byron; The Cypress Wreath; The Favorite Song Sung by Mrs. Bland in the Stranger; The Beggar Boy; [and] The Mermaid's Song; ex libris Ann Maria Dickinson with inscriptions on the pieces, some wear, damage, 13 3/4 x 10 in.
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