Sketches of the Origin, Progress and Effects of Music: ... By the Rev. Richard Eastcott, ...
S. Hazard; sold likewise by Messrs. G. G. J. & J. Robinson; Cadell, Dilly, and Vernor and Hood, London [and 7 in Exeter, 1 in Salisbury and 2 in Plymouth], 1793 - 277 pages
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