Social Harmony Consisting of a Collection of Songs and Catches. in Two, Three, Four and Five Parts, from the Works of the Most Eminent Masters to Which Are Added Several Choice Songs on Masonry. by Thomas Hale, of Darnhall Cheshire 1763
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The list of subscribers and errata leaf are in letterpress; the titlepage and scores engraved. Titlepage has horizontal chain lines.
[Liverpool?, 1763]. ,18, ,31, ,138, ,42,62p.: engr.music; 2