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God's Especial Providence over the Eng- Lord Halifax and Preface, 1 leaf: (a), 2
lish Monarchy, and more particularly leaves : B-Yy, 2 leaves each.
over that Family which enjoys the same. Orphevs Britannicvs. . . . The Second
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leaf : B-Dddd in twos, last leaf blank, Basse. To the Organ or Harpsecord.

and (Ccc) an extra leaf. Composed by Henry Purcell, Composer Orphevs Britannicvs. The Second in Ordinary to his most Sacred Majesty,

Book ... The Second Edition with and Organist of his Chappell Royall. Additions. . . . London: Printed by WilLondon, Printed for the Author,

liam Pearson for S. H. Sold by J. Young 1683. 4°. With a portrait of Purcell . 1711. Folio. Title, dedication, and æt. 24. The title of each part engraved Elegies, 3 leaves : B-3 F, 2 leaves each, by T. Cross, Jr.

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Choice Songs for One, Two, and Three A Collection of Ayres, Compos'd For the

Voices with a Through Bass for the HarpTheatre, and upon other Occasions. By

sichord Compos'd by Mr. Henry Purcell. the late Mr. Henry Purcell. London,

London. Printed for I. Walsh. ... [Circa Printed by J. Heptinstall, for Frances

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