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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. With an index.
1818 - London, G. Sidney, 1818. 12:o. Engraved frontespiece, (2),III,(1),I-XIV,672 pp. Worn contemporary full calf with gilt title on spine and front board. Spine and hinges with cracks. Stains of wax from candled in the extremeties. Title page an the following leaves with loss of paper in the outer corners. Title page has also a tear in the lower margin. Some folded corners. Pp. 83-86 partly loose. Some scattered minor stains and some larger damp- och and soilstains on pp. 658-59. Printed in two columns and contains lyrics of 1834 songs. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: Mats Rehnström Rare Books SVAF, ILAB]
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