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The British Neptune; or, Convivial songster: Being a collection of the newest and most approved songs singing at the several places of public amusement and in the most convivial assemblies. containing 1.almanack maker. 2. yawner. 3. The Banished sailor. 4. fair caroline. 5. the happy stranger. 6. answer to ditto. 7. the modest maid. 8. Joe of the Bell. 9. somebody coming to woo. 10. nobody coming to marry me. 11. no rest in the grave. 12. Peggy Bawn's air. 13. Ellen and love. 14. Exhibition. 15. sweet Sue of London town. 16. fair Kate of Portsmouth. 17. a peep at the forty theives. 18. my heart's my own. 19. why tolls the bell. 20. the rose bush.

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[1800?]
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London : Printed by Howard & Evan. 42, Long- lane, West-Smithfield, [1800?]

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8p. ; 8⁰.

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ESTC N36478

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