The true use of music; or, Merry hearts companion
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The true use of music; or, Merry hearts companion being a collection of love-songs and love-letters, written in praise of the best of lovers. With certain directions how the sick may be healed, and the poor become rich. by Isaac.

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Published by printed and sold by M. Lewis; also sold by T. Smith; J. Taylor; J. Dawson, Leicester; W. Powel, in Loughborough; [and 1 at Market-Harborough, 1 at Nottingham, 1 in Rosendale, 1 at Wem, and 1 at West-Bromwich] in London .
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Number of Pages80
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Open LibraryOL18917230M

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