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|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Samuel Larkin; William Treadwell; Daniel Treadwell; Henry Ranlet; Thomas Paine; Joseph Collins
|Notes:||109 songs, all indexed.
First issue, as described by Lowens. It has a title vignette following the compiler statement, followed by: Copy Right Secured; also the "contents" (i.e. index)--appears in roman script.
"This first number of the Nightingale, is with deference dedicated to the young ladies & gentlemen of these states; in hopes that a fostering patronage will annually produce an improved volume."--Page , the dedication page.
Colophon at end of text: From the music-press of H. Ranlet, Exeter.
|Description:||-288 pages ; 18 cm (12mo)|
|Contents:||Song XX. Sally in our all[e]y : [song of an indentured laborer] --
Song XXIII. Adams and liberty / by T. Paine --
Song XXXIV. I sold a guiltless Negro boy --
Song XXXVI. Rise Columbia! : an occasional song / written by Thomas Paine of Boston --
Song XLIII. The desponding Negro.
|Responsibility:||Selected by Samuel Larkin.|