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|Genre/Form:||Early works to 1800|
|Named Person:||Charles Burney; Charles Burney|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Bicknell; George Veal; Thomas Day; Alexander Bicknell; Peter Beckford; George Kearsley
|Notes:||Signatures: A-P⁴, ²A-C⁴, ²D².
Joel Collier = John Bicknell. - Also attributed to George Veal, Thomas Day, Alexander Bicknell, or Peter Beckford. - Nat. Collier is also a pseudonym. - The appendix was originally issued separately. - A satire on Charles Burney's 'The present state of music in France and Italy' and 'The present state of music in Germany, the Netherlands, and the United Provinces'.
|Description:||vii, , 112, 28 pages ; 22 cm (8vo)|
|Responsibility:||by the late Joel Collier, licentiate in music ; with an appendix. Containing an authentic account of the author's last illness and death. By Nat. Collier, school-master.|