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VIAF ID: 66659325 (Personal)

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An account of the Royal musical festival Library of Congress/NACO
A. B. C. : Library of Congress/NACO
A.B.C. A duett representing a lady teaching a foreigner English. Library of Congress/NACO
The bonnie bark; a Northumbrian ballad. Library of Congress/NACO
The British minstrel Library of Congress/NACO
The canary bird; waltz for the piano forte. Library of Congress/NACO
Chevy Chace. An historical drama. Library of Congress/NACO
Duetos National Library of Portugal
Echo trio National Library of Portugal
Fair cheating Library of Congress/NACO
Fair cheating. Lonely bird of night Library of Congress/NACO
Fontainbleau Library of Congress/NACO
Fontainbleau. Nine lovers Library of Congress/NACO
Game of melody, selected from the most admired operas of Rossini, Ballini, Denizetti, Mozart, Meher, Auher, &c. Arranged for the flute, with and accompaniment for the piano forte Library of Congress/NACO
Goulding & cos collection of new and favorite country dances, reels and waltzes. Library of Congress/NACO
Helpless animals; Library of Congress/NACO
˜The œHighland Laddie, an admired Scotch air with variations... [pr pf.] National Library of France
How sweet to rove at early dawn Library of Congress/NACO
Jenny Jones; a favorite Welsh ballad Library of Congress/NACO
A little farm well till'd; a comic glee arr. for the piano forte. Library of Congress/NACO
The London collection. Of glees, duets & catches. Library of Congress/NACO
O! merry row the bonnie bark [from old catalog] Library of Congress/NACO
Ministrels lays, arranged for the flute Library of Congress/NACO
Moon is bright, the night serene Library of Congress/NACO
My ain fire side; the favorite Scottish ballad. Library of Congress/NACO
My lovely dark eyed Mary; a balled, sung with the greatest applause Library of Congress/NACO
My Nannie O! A celebrated Scotch ballad. Library of Congress/NACO
My Uncle Gabriel. xR Extended Titles-test National Library of Portugal
My uncle Gabriel. Sparkling bowl Library of Congress/NACO
I never will deceive thee; a ballad Library of Congress/NACO
Nine lovers I've had, I declare Library of Congress/NACO
Oh! never say that I, Love. National Library of the Netherlands-test
A polacca, for the flageolet or flute and piano forte. National Library of Portugal Library of Congress/NACO
Polka explained Library of Congress/NACO
<[>Rondós. National Library of Portugal
The secret mine. Love's a tyrant; arr. [from old catalog] Library of Congress/NACO
Smile again my bonnie lassie. Library of Congress/NACO
Sweet home; a ballad. Library of Congress/NACO
<[>Tercetos. National Library of Portugal
A thema with variations, composed expressly for Bainbridge & Wood's double flageolet Library of Congress/NACO
A third divertimento, for Bainbridge & Wood's double flageolet, in which is introduced the beautiful Venetian air La biondina. Library of Congress/NACO
To beau and belle I fortunes tell; the Tyrolese fortune teller. Library of Congress/NACO
Twelve waltzes, for two patent flageolets. Library of Congress/NACO
Twenty-four favorite & popular airs (forming eight divertiments), from the works of eminent foreign masters, arr. for two flageolets or flutes. Library of Congress/NACO
<[>Variações. National Library of Portugal
The Vocal companion, consisting of favorite songs, duets, and glees Library of Congress/NACO
The voice of her I love. Library of Congress/NACO
Waltzes, 2 flageolets. [from old catalog] Library of Congress/NACO
We are two roving minstrels <a >duet National Library of Portugal Library of Congress/NACO
We'll rove at break of day, or Only love my love the more; a Cambrian ballad. Library of Congress/NACO
The Welsh harper, being an extensive collection of Welsh music Library of Congress/NACO

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