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Title:Manuscript music book belonging to Mrs. Eliza Everett
Place of Publication:Boston, Massachusetts
Date of Publication:1811 January 17
Sub-group:American Antiquarian Society
Physical Description:1 score (67 pages, 98 unnumbered pages) ; 16 cm
Contents:Links open individual songs at Internet Archive.
When Britain first:
The maid of Lodi:
To heave the lead:
Drink to me only:
The birks of Invermay:
The wounded Hussar:
Fidele's tomb:
The rosary:
Wood robin:
Snatch fleeting pleasures:
Cottage maid:
God save ye king:
Way worn traveller:
The streamlet:
Sailor boy:
Within a mile:
Ere around:
How imperfect:
Mary's dream:
Welch harper:
The lass of Richmond hill:
Girl of my heart:
Mark me, Alfred:
Yellow hair'd laddie:
Since then I'm doom'd:
Oh no, my love no:
Rose tree:
The tear:
Guardian angels:
Oh lady fair:
Tom Bowling:
Contented shepherd:
Poor village maid:
Arise my fair [First line:] The cheerful spring begins today arise my fair & come away:
How sweet in the woodlands:
The happy shepherd [First line:] With ye sun I rise at morn:
The sun from ye east:
The thorn:
The woodman [First line:] Far remov'd from noise & smoak:
Say trembling strings [First line:] Say trembling strings where is he gone:
The sailor's adieu:
Sweet Kitty of the Clyde:
The soldier's adieu:
Galley slave:
Saturday night at sea:
The dusky night:
Care thou canker:
O dear what can the matter be:
Farewell ye green fields:
Roslin castle:
When the hollow drum:
Erin go bragh:
The girl I left behind me:
Megen be:
Sterne's Maria:
When pensive I thought of my love:
The day of marriage:
When bidden to the wake or fair:
Jem of Aberdeen:
Fresh and strong:
Heathen mythology:
The silver moon:
The plough boy:
Gramachree Molly:
Colinette au bois:
Crazy Jane:
The beggar girl [First line:] Over the mountain & over the moor:
The banks of the Dee:
The spinning wheel:
Dog and gun:
The fields were green:
Begone dull care:
The request:
The negro boy:
Black eye'd Susan:
Ranz des vaches:
La pipe de tabac:
Highland laddie:
Life's like a ship:
Old towler:
Ah can I cease to love her:
I that once was a ploughman:
The lark:
The braes of Yarrow:
The nosegay girl:
Portugueze hymn:
Row dow dow:
Tom Tackle:
Pleyel's German hymn:
Ye streams:
Sweet is the breath of morn:
In the dead of the night:
The negro slave:
Bounding billows:
Dear wanderer:
Ah caira:
The spinning wheel [First line:] To ease his heart & own his flame:
My ain kind deary O:
When first to Helen's lute:
The primrose girl:
Hark the huntsmans began:
Hark the joy inspiring horn:
Away to the field:
Come rouze brother brother sportsmen:
As now my bloom:
Thou soft flowing avon:
Fair Hebe:
Saw ye my father:
Some how my spindle I misleid:
Sweet willow O:
The storm:
The spring newly dawning:
The dying Christian:
Cadets march:
Dead march in Saul:
Remember me when far away:
Who'd a thought of seeing you [First line:] Oh listen now & you shall hear:

Subject(s):Manuscript music
Popular music -- To 1901
Boston (Mass.)

Notes:Calfskin covers.
Title from inscription on front endpages.
Inscription on front endpages reads, "Presented to Mrs Eliza Everett, Boston Janry 17th 1811."
Inscription on title page reads, "Samuel W. Everett, Jany. 24th 1858".
Includes two loose manuscript pages listing the titles of songs in the volume.

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Item ID:271480
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