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Chapman, Stanford, 1829-1905.
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1869

A. B. C. duet : the celebrated singing lesson / written and composed by John Parry.

    Parry, John Orlando, 1810-1879, composer,. yricist.
London : Brewer & Co., 23, Bishopsgate Street within,        1 score (7 pages) ; 35 cm 1869
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1869?

Anthems. No. 8. / composed by S. Chapple.

    Chapple, Samuel, 1775-1833, composer.
London : Ashdown & Parry,        1 score (pages 8-12) ; 35 cm 1869?
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1868

The brook / the words by Tennyson ; the music by Dolores.

    Dickson, Ellen, 1819-1878.
London : C. Jefferys,    New ed.    1 score (7 pages) ; 34 cm 1868
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1855?

Cheer, boys, cheer! No more of idle sorrow : from the new & popular entertainment "The emigrant's progress or Life in the far West" / by Henry Russell ; words by Chas. Mackay LL.D.

    Russell, Henry, 1812-1900, composer.
London : Musical Bouquet Office, 192, High Holborn; & J. Allen, 20, Warwick Lane, Paternoster Row,        1 score (6 pages) : illustrations, portrait ; 35 cm. 1855?
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1868

Consider the lilies / set to music by Stephen Glover.

    Glover, Stephen, 1813-1870, composer.
London : C. Jefferys, 21 Soho Square,        1 score (6 pages) : illustration ; 35 cm. 1868
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1859?

Consider the lilies / the words from the Holy Scriptures ; the music composed by W. West.

    West, W., composer.
London : published by B. Williams, 11, Paternoster Row, & Gt. Dover Road,        1 score (5 pages) ; 35 cm. 1859?
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1869

Dear mother I've come home to die : song & chorus, sung by Christy's Minstrels / words by E. Bowers ; music by Henry Tucker.

    Tucker, Henry, 1826?-1882, composer.
London : Metzler & Co., 35, to 38, Gt Marlborough,        1 score (5 pages, 1 unnumbered page) ; 35 cm 1869
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1863

Floating away : ballad / written by J. E. Carpenter ; composed by John Blockley.

    Blockley, John, composer.
London : Addison, Hollier & Lucas, 210, Regent Street,        1 score (5 pages) : illustrated ; 35 cm 1863
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The flower gatherers : vocal duett / words by J.E. Carpenter ; music by Stephen Glover.

    Glover, Stephen, 1813-1870, composer.
[London] : [R. Cocks?],        1 score (9 pages) ; 35 cm 1869?
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1867

Fond memory : song / written by J.E. Carpenter ; the music by Stephen Glover.

    Glover, Stephen, 1813-1870, composer.
London : John Shepherd, 20 Warwick Lane,        1 score (5 pages) ; 35 cm 1867
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1866?

Four part-songs / by Mendelssohn ; for four male voices ... ; the English words and pianoforte accompaniments by W. Wilson.

    Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, 1809-1847, composer.
London : Davidson, Peter's Hill, Doctors' Commons,        1 score (2 unnumbered pages, 8 pages) ; 35 cm 1866?
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1869?

The gambler's wife : the celebrated grand scena / as composed and sung by Henry Russell ; the poetry by Dr. Crofts.

    Russell, Henry, 1812-1900, composer.
[London?] : [Davidson?],        1 score (1 unnumbered page, pages 42-48) ; 35 cm 1869?
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1856?

The Gipsy duet : Home to our mountains : sung by Miss Fanny Huddart & Mr Augustus Braham : Italian and English words / the latter by Charles Jeffreys.

    Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
London : C. Jeffreys,        1 vocal score (6 pages) : illustrations ; 34 cm. 1856?
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1861

The Good Shepherd : a sacred song, intended for teaching or performance in churches / most respectfully dedicated to Mrs. Joseph Barrows, of Mandsworth, Birmingham by the composer Henry Phillips.

    Phillips, Henry, 1801-1876, composer.
London : Metzler & Co. 37, 38, & 35, Great Marlborough St.,        1 score (5 pages, 1 unnumbered page) ; 35 cm 1861
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1845?

I know a bank whereon the wild thyme blows : a duet, sung by Madame Vestris & Miss Rainforth, at the Theatres Royal and principal concerts / composed by Charles E. Horn.

    Horn, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1786-1849, composer.
London : Published by Cramer, Beale & Co., 201, Regent Street, & 67, Conduit Street.,        1 score (7 pages) ; 35 cm 1845?
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1859?

I'm afloat / composed and sung by Henry Russell.

    Russell, Henry, 1812-1900.
[London] (192 High Holborn, London) : Musical Bouquet Office ; [London] (21 Paternoster Row, London) : W. Strange,        1 score (pages [73]-76) : illustrations ; 34 cm 1859?
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1870?

In happy moments : ballad / sung by Mr. H. Phillips, in the grand opera, Maritana, performed at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane ; the words by E. Fitzball ; composed by W. Vincent Wallace.

    Wallace, William Vincent, 1812-1865, composer.
London : Cramer & Co. (Ltd.) 201, Regent Street, Cramer & Co's Piano Forte Gallery, 209, Regent Street W.,        1 vocal score (4 pages) ; 35 cm 1870?
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1868?

Is there no balm in Gilead? : sacred song (read Jeremiah, chap, viii, v. 22) / music Robert Reynolds. Composer of "Solomon in all his glory" ...

    Reynolds, Robert, composer.
Bristol : A. Dimoline, College Green,    "Fourteenth Edition"    1 score 4 (pages) ; 35 cm 1868?
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1850

The ivy green / composed by Henry Russell ; the words written by Charles Dickens, Esq., and printed by permission.

    Russell, Henry, 1812-1900, composer.
[London?] : [Publisher unknown],        1 score (pages) + 1 part ; cm 1850
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1860?

Jackson's Morning service in F.

    Jackson, William, 1730-1803, composer.
London : G. H. Davidson, Peter's Hill Doctors' Commons,        1 score (1 unnumbered page, pages 164-170) ; 35 cm. 1860?
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1858

Jessie's dream, a story of the 'Relief of Lucknow'. / written by Grace Campbell ; composed by John Blockley.

    Blockley, John.
London : John Blockley,        1 score (7 pages) : illustrations ; 35 cm 1858
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1869

Just before the battle : the celebrated American ballad / the words & music by Geo. F. Root.

    Root, George F. (George Frederick), 1820-1895, composer.
London : Metzler & Co., 35,36,37,38, Gt Marlborough,        1 score (5 pages) ; 35 cm 1869
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1863

The liquid gem : song / written by J. Streaks ; the music composed by W.T. Wrighton.

    Wrighton, W. T. (William Thomas), 1816-1880.
London : Robert Cocks & Co.,        1 score (5 pages) ; 35 cm 1863
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1867?

Love and war : a duet, as sung by Messrs Sinclair and H. Phillips, also by Messrs T. Cooke & Bellamy, at the Melodist's Club, (on which occasion it gained the Prize given by that society) / written, composed and respectfully inscribed to John Fairlie

    Cooke, T. (Thomas), 1782-1848, composer, lyricist.
London : Cramer & Co. (Limited),        1 score (11 pages, 1 unnumbered page) ; 35 cm 1867?
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1869?

Man the life boat / the poetry by Mrs. Crawford ; the music composed and sung by Henry Russell.

    Russell, Henry, 1812-1900, composer.
[London?] : [Davidson?],        1 score (8 pages) ; 35 cm 1869?
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1854?

The maniac : grand scena / composed & sung by Henry Russell.

    Russell, Henry, 1812-1900, composer.
London : Musical Bouquet Office, 192, High Holborn; & J. Allen, 20, Warwick Lane, Paternoster Row,        1 score (1 unnumbered page, pages 66-72) : illustration ; 35 cm. 1854?
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1855?

Mighty Niagara : a descriptive scena / composed & sung with great applause by Henry Russell in his popular entertainment "The Emigrant's Progress" ; the poetry by Charles Mackay, LL. D., and most respectfully dedicated to Miss Sophia Davieson.

    Russell, Henry, 1812-1900, composer.
London : Musical Bouquet Office, 192, High Holborn, & J. Allen, 20, Warwick Lane, Paternoster Row,        1 score (title page, pages 32-38) : illustration ; 35 cm. 1855?
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1863?

The murmuring sea : vocal duett / words by Mrs. Crawford ; music by Stephen Glover.

    Glover, Stephen, 1813-1870, composer.
London : Robert Cocks & Co,        1 score (7 pages) ; 35 cm 1863?
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1864

The New Year's bells / words by Tennyson ; music composed by F. Boott.

    Boott, Francis, 1813-1904, composer.
London : Musical Bouquet Office, 192, High Holborn; & J. Allen, 20, Warwick Lane, Paternoster Row,        1 score (4 pages) ; 35 cm. 1864
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1868

The pilgrims of the night : sacred song / written by the Very Revd. F. Faber D.D. ; [arranged by J. B. Waldeck].

    Pascal, Florian, 1847-1923, arranger of music.
London : Joseph Williams, 123, Cheapside. Wholesale Warehouse, 11, Holborn Bars ,        1 score (5 pages, 1 unnumbered page) ; 35 cm 1868
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1860?

The pleasures of home = (Heimath's freuden) : duet for two voices / by Müller.

    Müller, C. F. W., composer.
London : John Shepherd, 98, Newgate Street,        1 score (7 pages) ; 35 cm 1860?
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1855

Rest, pilgrim, rest : duett / words by J.E. Carpenter ; music by Stephen Glover. Composer of "What are the wild waves saying."

    Glover, Stephen, 1813-1870, composer.
London : Robert Cocks & Co.,        1 score (5 pages) ; 35 cm 1855
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1865?

Ring the bell watchman : sung by T. Rainford of Weston & Hussey's Minstrels / composed by H. C. Work.

    Work, Henry C. (Henry Clay), 1832-1884, composer.
Melbourne : W.H. Glen, Collins Street,        1 score (3 pages) ; 35 cm 1865?
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1858

The sacred harmonist : containing a series of the best standard sacred songs, psalms, hymns, duets, trios, collects, prayers, &c. easily arranged for the voice, with accompaniments for the piano forte or organ, also including the most admired sacred

    Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759, composer.
London : Musical Bouquet Office, 192, High Holborn; & J. Allen, 20, Warwick Lane, Paternoster Row,        1 vocal score (1 unnumbered page, pages 54-56) ; 35 cm 1858
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1859

The ship on fire / Henry Russell's renowned descriptive scena ; the poetry by Charles Mackay.

    Russell, Henry, 1812-1900.
[London] : [G. H. Davidson],        1 score (pages 181-190) ; 35 cm. 1859
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1855?

Sleep, mine eyes are vainly wooing : duet, sung by Made. Viardot & Sigr. Tamberlik, in the opera Il trovatore / composed by Verdi.

    Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901, composer.
London : John Shepherd,        1 vocal score (4 pages) ; 35 cm. 1855?
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1868

Thine : song / written by F. Enoch ; the music composed by Henry Smart.

    Smart, Henry Thomas, 1813-1879, composer.
London : Joseph Williams, 11, Holborn Bars, E.C. and 123, Cheapside,        1 score (7 pages, 1 unnumbered page) + 1 part ; cm 1868
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1869?

Three fishers went sailing : song / by the revd. Charles Kingsley ; set to music for Miss Dolby by John Hullah.

    Hullah, John, 1812-1884, composer.
London : Lamborn Cock, Addison & Co.,        1 score (5 pages) ; 35 cm 1869?
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1860?

Too late, too late! : sacred song / poetry by Alfred Tennyson D.C.L. (Poet Laureate) ; dedicated to Mrs. Charles Powell ; music by Mrs. J. Worthington Bliss (Miss M. Lindsay).

    Lindsay, M., Miss, composer.
London : Robert Cocks & Co., New Burlington Street, Regent Street, W.,        1 score (5 pages, 1 unnumbered page) ; 35 cm 1860?
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1869?

Voices of the night : echo duet / words by J.E. Carpenter ; music by Stephen Glover.

    Glover, Stephen, 1813-1870, composer.
London : Messrs. Robert Cocks & Co,        1 score (7 pages) ; 35 cm 1869?
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    PRINTED MUSIC 1845?

The white squall : a sea song, sung by Mr. Barker, Mr. Seguin, Mr. Purday, Mr Morley, and Mr. Ransford / the poetry from 'The forget-me-not' written by Richard Johns, Esq. Author of "Ascension" &c. ; the music composed and dedicated to John Braham, E

    Barker, George, 1812-1876, composer.
London : published by Zenas T. Purday, 45 High Holborn,    Sixth edition.    1 score (7 pages) ; 35 cm 1845?
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