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Worshipper's assistant. Containing the rules of music, and a variety of easy and plain psalm tunes: adapted to the weakest capacities, and designed for extensive utility, as an introduction to more critical and curious music. By Solomon Howe. A.M. [Twenty four lines of verse] Copy right secured, according to act of Congress.

  • Howe, Solomon, 1750-1835.
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--1799
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Printed, typographically, at Northampton, Massachusetts. : By Andrew Wright:--for the author. Sold by him in Greenwich; by D. Wright, in Northampton; by B. Larkin, in Boston; by G. Merriam, in Worcester; by E. Merriam & Co. in Brookfield; by C. Smith & Co. Pittsfield; by J Mycall, in Newburyport; by J. Babcock, in Hartford; by B. Woodward, Esq. at Dartmouth College; by C. Davis, in Newyork; by O. Penniman, in Albany; by J. Carter, in Providence; by M. Carey, in Philadelphia; by S. Butler, in Baltimore; and by J. Dwight, in Conajohary, --1799.

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[3]-4, 32, [2] p. ; obl.80.

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ESTC W24257
Evans, 35643

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