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An antidote against melancholy: being a collection of fourscore merry songs, wherein those on the same subject and key are placed in an agreeable succession, in relation to the different measures of time, after the manner of suits of lessons: the music of them all entirely new, and several of the songs never before set to music.
London: printed for Daniel Browne, 1749
The merry musician; or, a cure for the spleen. Being a collection of the most diverting songs and pleasant ballads, set to musick; adapted to every Taste and Humour.
Together with a curious Compound of State-Pills, to allay the Malady of Malcontents.
London: Printed for J. Walsh and J. Hare, 1730