The Vocal Library: Being the Largest Collection of English, Scottish, and Irish Songs Ever Printed in a Single Volume. Selected from the Best Authors Between the Age of Shakspeare Jonson, and Cowley, and that of Dibdin, Wolcot, and Moore
Sir Richard Phillips and Company, 1822 - Songs, English - 704 pages
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