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36966.

1. "The Sisters," beg. "Silent fall [ " There's Will of the Mill." "1830."
the shades of Evening." "1830." I f. 161.

fi. 12-24. 3. "You look very queer." Arranged

2. " The Light of the Moon," beg. | by Bishop. " 1830." ff. 170-180.

36967.

1. "The vallies of the Deep," beg. , the bay." "1831." ff. 108-114.

" Our merry ship." "1831." f. 100. [ 3. " Haste, dearest Emma." "1832."

2. " When the grass-hopper sings in ; f. 190.

36968.

1. "As Cupid one day." "1834." 163b.

ff. 5-15. 4. "The Sisters of Charity," beg.

2. " Shall we sing of the days that are " Sister, hark ; the convent chimes."
now bygone." "1833." ff. 61-69b. "1833." ff. 218-224.

3. " Swiftly we fly." " 1834." ff. 151-



DUETS.



97



Additional 14394.

See below, under Madrigals (after 1831).

Additional 34999, f. 180.

Paper; about 1834 (watermark). Quarto. See also under Hymns (vol.,i
p. 194).

" Beneath a sleeping Infant lies " : epitaph by Charles Wesley,
set to music by Samuel Wesley, for 2 voices, with a bass, in score.



Additional 14343, ff. 7, 8, 17b.

Paper; about 1839. Oblong folio. See also below, under Glees (pp. Ill, eic).

Duets, in score, by Samuel Wesley, in the hand of Vincent
Novello.



1. " La Belle Gabrielle " ; with a
figured bass. " 1793-." f.7.

2. " See, the young, the rosy spring" ;
with pianoforte accompaniment.
From Anacreon, translated by Moore.



f. 8.
3. " Of all the joys were e'er possest."
The bass is partly figured. "1801."
f. 17b.



Additional 35028, ff. 30, 34.

Paper ; a.d. 1860. Quarto. See also below, under Songs,
Duets, with a bass for harpsichord, in score, by Samuel Wesley.

"1782."



1. " Since pow'rful Love directs thine
eye." "1788(?)." f . 30.



2. "Sweet Constellations."
f.34.



Additional 36740, ff. 30-80b ; 36741, ff 31-56.

Paper ; about 1880-1890. Folio and oblong folio. For 36740, see also under
Anthems (vol. i, p. 112) ; and for 36741, below under Operas (1885-1892).

Portions of Duets, some of them only sketched, in score, by Arthur
Goring Thomas. Autograph. Nos. 2-4 were composed about 1890.
Nos. 1-3, 6, are in full score, the instruments employed including
flutes, oboes, clarinets, strings, and others mentioned below. Nos. 1-5
are in Add. 36740 ; no. 6 in Add. 36741.



1. Duet known as "Sous les 6toiles,"
beg. "La Chaleur du jour est
calm^e " [1880] ; with bassoons, etc.
The pencil sketches on ff. 22b-28b
appear also to refer to this. f. 30.

2. " Night Hymn at sea " ; with horns,
trumpets, trombones, harp, drums,
etc. f. 42.

3. "Amours Villageois"; with horns,
cornets, harp, triangle, drums, etc.
II



f.48.

4. " L'Aurore " [1891] ; the voice-parts
only, in score. Partly in duplicate,
ff. 70, 76.

5. " Toi, 6 mon ame ; " with pianoforte
accompaniment. Dedicated to Mme.
Melba and Mons. Lassalle. ff. 77-80b.

6. "L'Aurore"; with bassoons, horns,
cornets, corno Inglese, trombones,
drums, harp, e<c. "1891." ff. 31-56.



98 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.

Additional 34543, ff. 90-94.

Paper; a.d. 1893. Quarto. The MS. also contains Instrumental Music,
described in vol. iii.

" God bless you, Prince and Princess " : Duet, with pianoforte
accompaniment, in score, beg. " God gives a bourn to sorrow," with
the alternative words, " O lark ! from morning's gateway," and the
tonic sol-fa notation added in red ink, by Sir W. G. Cusins. Finished
June 8, 1893. Autograph. The words are by the Rev. Frederick
Langbridge, and were written for the marriage of H.R.H. the Duke
of York.

Additional31555, f. 127.

Paper ; 19th cent. Quarto. See also below, under Operas.

" Apollo e Dafne " : a "^ cantata," beg, " La terra e liVjerata," with
Symphonies and accompaniments for oboes, bassoons, and strings, in
score, by Handel. Transcribed by Michael Rophino Lacy from the
original at Buckingham Palace.

Additional 31573, ff. 53b (reversed), 80, etc.

Paper; 19th cent. Quarto. See also under Oratorios (vol. i, p. 386).
Portions of compositions by Handel.



1. Pianoforte or harpsichord part of
the chamber duet, " Spero indarno."
f.53b.

2. The opening bars of the various



movements in the cantata " Arresta
il passo" ; with accompaniments for
strings, in score, ff. 80, 80b, 81.



SECTION VI. — GLEES.*



Additional 31806, passim.

Paper; about 1763 (f. 140b)-1818 (watermark, f. 202). Oblong folio. See also
under Catches (above, p. 81).

Glees, for 3 voices, unless the contrary is stated, in score. Many
of them were written for the Prize Medal of the Catch Club.

1. " As Nancy danc'd." " [S.] Webbe." I By the same. f. 5.

f. 3b. 3. "Soft and sweet "(a 4). "P.Welch."

2. " Let Harmony sweetly resounding." f.^7.



* A few compositions for solo voices with chorus, and some also with piano-
forte accompaniment, described by their writers as " Glees," have been included
under this heading, besides a few quasi-Glees with foreign words.



GLEES



99



4. " Wou'd you engage." Anonymous,
f. 15.

5. " Tell me where is fancy bred " (a 4).
"Stevens." Autograph, f. 18.

6. " The Persians stretch their votive
arms" (a 4). Anonymous, f . 20.

7. " Shepherds, deck your Crooks."
Anonymous, f. 22.

8. "Sister of Phoebus." " Dibdin."
f. 25b.

9. "Down in the gleamy Vale " (a 4).
"W. Lindley." f. 29.

10. "Now the blue Ply's gone" (a 4).
By the same. f. 35.

11. " Soft Cupid." "Travers." f. 46b.

12. " Consign'd to Dust." " Battishill."
f.56.

13. "A Hogshead was of!er'd to
Bac[c]hus." By the same. f. 57b.

14. "Fair the op'ning Lilly blows"
(a 4). "Dr. Arne." f . 59.

15. "Where'eryoutread." "[S.]Long."
[1764.] f . 61b.

16. "How harmless and free" (a 4).
" Wallington." f. 83.

17. " On softest Beds." "Berg." f . 86b.

18. "Hush, Hush; the God of Love."
"Long." f.96b.

19. " Sweet Muse, inspire " (a 4). " Dr.
Arne." f . 102.

20. "While fools their time in stormy
strife employ" (a 4). " Jn° Staff'"
Smith, 1776." f. 105b.

21. "A full true and particular
account." " [Samuel] Peg[ge, jun.]."
f . 108b.

22. " AU in the downs." "Harmonized
by Francis Ireland." f. 112.

23. "Great God of sleep." By the
same. f. 113.

24. " We'll drink and we'll never have
done" (a 4). "Dr. AUcock, 1774."
f. 116.

25. "Jolly Bacchus." " Fra' Ireland,
1772." f. 121.

26. "O'er William's Tomb "(a 4). "On
the death of the Duke of Cumberland
[1765]." " Tho' Norris." f . 127.

27. " Turn, Amarillis." Adapted for 4
voices from the trio by Brewer (f. 42).
f. 131b.

28. " When here, Lucinda, first we
came." Adapted by " Dr. Hayes "



from " [H.] Holcombe." f. 136b.

29. "Melting airs" (a 4). "Dr. [W.]
Hayes [sen.], 1763." f. 140b.

30. "Come, live with me "(a 4). "Sam'
Webbe." f. 144b.

31. "Fair Susan " (a 4). " Benj- Cooke."
f.l47b.

32. "Could Gold prolong my fleeting
breath." " Fran' Ireland." f . 152b.

33. "Alas, what boast": described as
"elegiac on K[itty] F[ishe]r." " Dr.
Harington." f. 158b.

34. " When gay Bacchus." "Jos'" Bail-
don, 1766." f. 159b.

35. "To me the wanton girls." " S'
Webbe [sen.]." f. 162b.

36. "Discord, dire Sister" (a 4). By
the same. "1772." f. 164b.

37. "A Gen'rous Friendship" (a 5).
By the same. "1768." f . 167.

38. " Welcome, friendly gleams of
Night." "S. Webbe." f. 168.

39. "As o'er the varied Meads." By
the same. f. 169.

40. "How sleep the Brave" (a 4). "B.
Cooke, 1771." f. 171b.

41. "In the merry month of May" (a
4). By the same. "1773." f. 174.

42. "You gave me your heart" (a 5).
" S. Webbe [sen.], 1776." f. 179.

43. "Now I'm prepar'd " (a 4). By the
same. "1774." f. 180b.

44. "Rise, my joy" (a 4). By the same.
"1777." f. 185b.

45. "Quando il mar biancheggia " (a 5).
"S. Webbe." f. 187.

46. " When shall we three meet again."
By the same. f. 189b.

47. "If love and all the world" (a 4).
By Samuel Webbe, sen., 1782. f. 195.

48. "Come hither, Shepherds" (a 5)
" R. J. S. Stevens." f. 199.

49. "Drink, drink about." By W.
Russell, f . 205.

50. "Far from the world" (a 5). By
the same. f. 207.

51. "By winding streams." By the
same. f. 212b.

52. " Hark, the bugle horn sounds
clear" (a 4). By the same, f . 215.

53. "Let me, while on earth I live"
(a 4). By the same. f. 218b.

H 2



100



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



Additional 31804, passim.

Paper ; a.d. 1771-1803, etc. Oblong folio. The MS. also contains a sacred Trio
(vol. i, p. 464), a Chorus (above, p. 48), and Duets (p. 85).

Glees, in score, mostly by candidates for the Prize Medal of the
Catch Club. Except where the contrary is stated ^ they are for 4
voices.



1. "Rejoice, our brethren all" (a 3).
Anonymous. "1771." f. 2.

2. "Resound, ye hills." " Callcott,
1785." Autograph, f. 5.

3. The beginning of " Bear me, ye
winds "(a 3). By the same. "1785."
Autograph, f . 6.

4. " 'Tis Beauty calls " : prize ode, for
solo voices and chorus. " S. Webbe
[sen.], 1776." In the hand of John
Danby. f. 10.

5. "The thirsty Earth." " [R. J. S.]
Stevens." Autograph, f. 15.

6. " Hither your wreaths." "Holder."
Autograph (?). f. 19.

7. " To-morrow with its cares." By R.
J.S.Stevens. Autograph, f. 21.

8. " Hail, Diana." Anonymous, f . 23.

9. "In awful pause" (a 5). "J. W.
Callcott." Autograph, f. 25.

10. "In care and sorrow" (a 3). Anony-
mous, f . 29.

11. " What shall we sing " (a 3). " Dr.
Harrington." f. 31.

12. "Sweet stream." By S. Webbe,
jun. Autograph, f. 33.

13. "The death of fair Adonis" (a 5).
" S. Webbe." f. 35.

14. " Hail, hallow'd vault." "Webbe."
f.37.

15. " Hail, young spring." By the same,
f. 40.

16. "Care sleeps." "Holder." Auto-
graph {'>). f.43.

17. "Hence, corroding cares" (a 3). By
the same. Autograph. 1. 45b.

18. "Rem bene si memini " (a 5).
" Sam' Webbe, 1803." f . 49.

19. " Instant let yonder youth impart."
"[R. J. S.] Stevens." Autograph.
f. 52.

20. " Go, happy flower " (a 5). By the
same. Autograph, i. 55.

21. " The fragrant painting of the
flow'ry fields." "S. Webbe [sen.],
1784." f . 58b.



22. "Saw ye pass by the weird Sisters."'
Anonymous, f. 62.

23. "Go, tell Amynta." "J.Elliott."
f.70.

24. "Who is Sylvia." By the same.
f.73.

25. "Glide swiftly on." By J. W.
Callcott. "1785." f. 77.

26. "How happy my days" (a 3).
Anonymous, f. 80.

27. "Silent nymph." By J. W. Callcott.
"1785." f.82.

28. " Dull, repining Sons of Care." By
the same. " 1785." Autograph, f. 85.

29. " When I drain the rosy bowl" (a
3). Anonymous, f . 89.

30. " When shall we three meet again "
(a 3). "[S.] Webbe." f.94.

31. " Ye shepherds and Nymphs."
Anonymous, f. 96.

32. "With freedom blest " (a 3). " S.
Webbe." f. 101.

33. "Then let us all in Friendship
Live." Anonymous, f. 102b.

34. " Now the spring again returns "
(a 3). Anonymous. "1775." f. 106.

35. " Wealth, Sire of flatt'ry." Anony-
mous, f. 111.

36. " When the Nightingale doth sing "
(a 5). By J. W. Callcott. " 1785."
f . 113.

37. "How sweet the air." Anonymous.
"1781." f. 115.

38. "To me the wanton girls" (a 3).
" [S.] Webbe [sen.]." f . 117b.

39. " The man who in his breast con-
tains" (a 3). " S. W[ebbe]." f. 119b.

40. " Come, MelanchoUy " (a 3). " [W.]
Russell." Autograph (?). f. 121.

41. "Lone Minstrel." By the same.
Autograph {7). f . 122b.

42. "Go, Damon, go." Attributed to
" [S.] Paxton " in the index. In the
hand of Dr. Ayrton. f . 125.

43. " W^hile others labour to be great "
(a 3). Anonymous. "1781." f. 127.



GLEES.



101



44. " Let kings for Empire " (a 3). " S.
Webbe." f. 129b.

45. "As Nancy danc'd " (a 3). By the
same. f. 131b.

46. " Come to the greenwood." Anony-
mous, f. 133.

47. "As the moments roll." By S.



Webbe, jun. Autograph, t. 135b.

48. "A plague on Egypt's art." " Steph"
Paxton." In the hand of Dr. Ayrton.
f . 137.

49. " When to the Muses' haunted
hill " ; for solo voices and chorus.
By S. Webbe. f. 144.



Additional 31805, passim.

Paper ; a.d. 1775 (f. 163b)-1822 (f. 67b), etc. Oblong folio. The MS. also con-
tains a Catch (above, p. 40), Duets (p. 85), and parts of Operas (late 18th cent.),
described below.

Glees, etc. ; a collection similar to the preceding.



1. "Tis Love and Harmony" (a 3). To
be repeated in chorus. Anonymous.
In the hand of E. Warren Home, f . 2.



Anonymous, f. 58.
19. "Delusive, sightless God."
Webbe." f.60b.



2. An " Epicedium," beg. "The Death \ 20. "Come, ye party jangling swains."



of fair Adonis " (a 5). " S. Webbe."
f.4.

3. "The Star that bids the Shepherd
fold." By J. W. Callcott. " 1785."
Autograph, f . 6.

4. "The glorious Sun." " [S. (?)]
Webbe." f. 10.

5. " Do not ask me, charming Phillis."
"S. Webbe," f.l2.

6. "The Partial Muse." By J. W.
Callcott. " 1785." f. 14.

'7. " Chant we the Requiem." In
memory of Samuel Webbe [sen. (?)].
" [C. S.] Evans, 1817." f. 18.

8. " Sweet are the banks." " Bayley."
f . 24b.

9. "You spotted snakes." " W. B.
Earle." f. 29.

10. " Beneath a churchyard Yew."
" Mich' Rock." f.33.

11. "Have you seen the virgin snow."
"Dr. Cooke." f . 35.

12. " True as the Needle " (a 3). " [S.]
Webbe." f. 39.

13. " Great Bacchus, aid us " (a 5).
" [S.] Paxton, 1778." f . 41b.

14. "Cupid, my Pleasure." "S.Webbe."
f . 46b.

15. "The Blossom so pleasing" (a 5).
"Webbe." f . 47b.

16. " A thick twisted brake." Anony-
mous. " 1780." f. 50.

17. "A Wizard Dame." "Callcott,
1785." Autograph, f. 54.

18. " Come live like me " (a 3).



"Danby." f.63.

21. " See, our bark scuds o'er the
main " (a 3, with pianoforte accom-
paniment). " Dr. Stevenson." f. 65.

22. "Come, Lucy, my Love." "J.
Jolly, 1822." Presented to the Con-
centores in 1824. f . 69.

23. " With breath the spacious organ
fill." "Webbe." f.74.

24. "When whisp'riug strains" (a 4).
Anonymous, f. 76.

25. " To Fortune give immortal Praise "
(a 3). Anonymous, f . 80.

26. " Living let me pleasure have "
(a 3). Anonymous. "1777." f. 82.

27. "Haste, my fair" (a 5). "J. C.
Pring, M.B." f . 83.

28. " Hence, hence, avaunt : 'tis holy
ground" (a 5). By the same,
f. 87.

29. "My little heart" (a 3). "Webbe."
f. 92.

30. " Shed roses." " Callcott, 1785."
f.93.

31. " To the Gods of the Ocean" (a 5).
"Webbe." f.97b.

32. "Ye meadows so lovely" (a 3).
Anonymous, f. 102b.

33. " Consign'd to dust." " Battis-
hill." f. 104b.

34. "What tho' no weeping loves":
elegy. " Callcott, 1785." f. 106.

35. " Shepherd, wouldst thou here ob-
tain " (a 3). By the same according
to Add. 27642, f. 65, but ascribed to



102



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



" Danby " in the index to the pre-
sent MS.). "1785." f. 108.

36. "Swiftly from the Mountain's
Brow." "Webbe." f. 111b.

37. " The mighty Conqueror." " Sam'
Webbe." f. 115.

38. " Bear me, ye winds " (a 8). " Call-
cott, 1785." Autograph, f. 117.

39. "How sweet to sense" (a 3).
Anonymous. " 1775." f. 119.

40. "Lady Anne Bothwell's lament,"
beg. "Balow, my babe." "Jos.
Corfe." f. 121.

41. "Olay me near" (a 5). By Call-
cott. " 1785." f. 123.

42. "O Memory, Celestial Maid."
" Stevens." f. 125.

43. Another setting by the same. Auto-
graph, i. 127.

44. "OThou who badst thy Turtles"
(£l3). ByCallcott. "1785." f . 130.

45. "0 waft me to the joys of love."
Anonymous, f. 133.

46. "Place me where never summer
Breeze" (a 5). "Stevens." Auto-
graph, f. 139.

47. " Shall I then hope " (a 3). Anony-
mous, f. 141.

48. "Ye Sons of Elegance." Anony-
mous, f. 143.

49. "Wine gives the Lover vigour."
"Webbe." f. 145b.

50. "Winter with his dismal train"
(a 3) : described as " Ode for the New
Year (1817)." "Cutler" (see index,
f. 1). f. 147.

51. "Down in the gleamy vale " : elegy.
"W. Linley." f. 149.

52. "Let India boast." "Webbe."
Watermark 1805. f. 153.

53. "Let not rage thy bosom firing."
" Dr. Arne." f. 158.



54. "Winds whisper gently" (a 3).
Anonymous. " 1775." f. 163.

55. " There's a difference " (a 3). Anony-
mous, f. 164.

56. "Consign'd to Dust": epitaph,
apparently on Thomas Brown, " Org"
of St. Gabriel Fenchurch,. . .who
dyed . . . 1776, etat. 18." Anonymous,
f. 166.

57. "What shepherd or nymph " (a 3).
Anonymous, f. 170.

58. "How sweet amidst the calm."'
By Callcott. f. 173.

59. "In Airy Dreams" (a 5). Anony-
mous, f. 176.

60. " In these deep Solitudes." Anony-
mous. " 1785." f. 178.

61. " The Cloudcapt Tow'rs." Anony-
mous, f. 182.

62. " Eevered Shade." Anonymous.,
f . 186.

63. "Tell me, lovely Shepherd" (for
2 choirs of 4 voices each). Anony-
mous, f. 188.

64. "What a frail life "(a 5). "Stevens."
Autograph, f. 193.

65. " When to the Muses' haunted hill "'
(for solo voices and 5-part chorus),
"J.S.Smith." f. 204.

66. "When winds breathe soft" (a 5).
" S. Webbe, 1784." f. 209.

67. "Blest as th' immortal Gods."
" Stevens." Autograph, f. 215.

68. "If love and all the world were,
young." " Sam' Webbe, 1782." f. 219.

69. "In paper case": epitaph on a
dormouse. " Dr. Cooke." f.221b.

70. "Thy voice, Harmony." Pro-
bably by S. Webbe jun. Auto-
graph, f. 223.

71. " Come live with me and be my
dear " (a 3). Anonymous, f. 226.



Additional 31810.

Paper ; ff. 214, About 1777 (f. lb)-1821 (see below). Oblong folio.

Glees, in score, by R. J. S. Stevens. Most of them were revised
at Lambeth or Chartei'house in 1819 or 1821. Unless the contrary
is stated, they are for 5 voices and autograph. Some are in duplicate
and triplicate.

1. "Prithee, foolish boy, give o'er" "1780." The words by Cowley.
(a 3). [1777.] f. 1. ff. 3, 4.

2. "Love in her sunny eyes" (a 4). 3. " Blest as th' immortal Gods " (a 4)..



GLEES.



103



"1784." The words from Phillips'
"Sappho." f. 7.

4. " Beneath an Infant sleeping lies."
"1785." f. 12.

5. "'Tis mirth that fills the veins"
(a 4). " 1785." The words from
Beaumont and Fletcher's " Knight
of the burning Pestle." f. 15.

6. " Place me where never Summer
breeze." " 1786." f. 18.

7. " Go, happy flower." " 1786." f. 22.

8. " thou who drew'st in tears."
"1786." f.26.

9. " mistress mine." "1788." ff.28,
31, 33.

10. "To be gazing on those charms."
"1789." f.36.

11. "Although soft sleep." "1789."
f. 89.

12. " Go, lovely Rose " (a 4). " 1790."
f.41.

13. " Thy form has a resistless grace."
"1791." f.45.

14. " Charming to Love is morning's
hour." " 1791." f. 48.

15. " Balmy Gale, I prithee say " (a 3).
"1791." f.52.

16. " Send home my long strayed eyes "
(a 3). "1792." f.55.

17. "Now the hungry Lion roars"
(a 4). "1792." f. 57.

18. " Belinda, see from yonder flowers "
(a 4). "1793." f.62.

19. " Sober lay" (a 3 — solo and chorus).
" 1794." The words are by Samuel
Birch, f. 64.

20. "0 thou that rollest above."
"1794." f.68.

21. "Call forth the song." "1794."
f.75.

22. " Come hither, Shepherd's swain."
"1795," etc. ff.80, 94.

23. " Pack Clouds away." " 1796."
S. 85, 193.

24. "Tho from thy Bank of velvet."
"1797." Co2}y. f. 88.



25. " If in that Breast " (a 3). " 1799,"
etc. The words are by Sir Henry
Moore, ff. 99, 161, 213b.

26. " All my sense thy sweetness
gained." " 1799." f. 101.

27. "Hence away, ye Syrens" (a 4).
" 1806." The words are by George
Wither, 1614. f . 106.

28. " how the spring of Love " (k 4).
" 1807," etc. ff. 109, 114, 129.

29. "Whence comes my love" (a 4).
"1808." The words are by John
Harington, 1564. ff. 119, 124.

30. " gentle sleep." " 1814." ff. 133,
137.

31. " Oh Nightingale, best Poet of the
Grove " (a 4). " 1814." ff. 141, 145,
149.

32. "Sad winter passed" (a 3). [1819.]
f. 152,

33. " Saw you the Nymph." " 1821."
ff . 155, 158.

34. "Ill fated Carthage." Watermark
1798. The words from Hoole's
translation of Tasso. ff. 163, 168, 173,
179-183 (vocal parts).

35. " To me boon nature frankly
yields " : so-called " fugue " for 4 solo
voices and chorus. In the hand of
[Miss A. M.] Jeffery. f. 184.

36. "Mark'd you her eye" (a 3). In
the same hand. f. 191.

37. "The cloud-cap't Towers" (a 6).
In the same hand. Watermark 1798.
f . 196.

38. " Floreat seternum Carthusiana do-
mus"; for 4 solo voices and chorus.
f. 199.

39. "No, 'twas neither shape nor
feature." Arranged for Miss Jeffery as
a glee for 3 voices with pianoforte duet
accompaniment, from " lo ti lascio,"
an air by [? J. C] Bach. Co2}y. f. 200.

40. " Blow, blow, thou winter wind "
(a 4). In the hand of [J. P.] Street.
Watermark 1819. f . 210.



Additional 31807, passim.

Paper; a.d. 1779 (f. 147b)-1823 (f. 24b). Quarto. The MS. also contains a
sacred Canon (vol. i, p. 125) and a secular Trio (below).

Glees, in score. Except where the contrary is stated, they are for
4 voices and anonymous.



1. "Here I'll meditate " (k 5). f. 1.

2. "Hark! hark! the Lark." "Dr.



Cooke." f. 3.
3. " Come, thou Monarch of the Vine'



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VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



(a 3). By the same. f. 4.

4. "So full of life " (a 3). ff . 5b, 165.

5. " Tweedside " ; beg. "What Beauties
does Flora disclose." Harmonized
for 3 voices, with pianoforte accom-
paniment, by T. B. Everett [organist
of Tonbridge], a pupil of Saml. Webbe,
sen., in 1820. Autograph, f. 9.

6. "Come, rosy God" (a 3). By the
same. "1809." The words are by
J. Blacklock. f.ll.

7. "How goodly seems it." f. 16.

8. "Hither, all ye loves" (a 3). By
S. Webbe. f. 18.

9. "Friendship is the joy of reason."
f.20.

10. "Yield thee to Pleasure, old Care."
"Wm. Crotch, 1808." Autograph.
The words are by Robt. Bloomfield.
f.22.

11. " Home, sweet home." Harmonized
in 1823 by T. B. Everett. Autograph.
f.24.

12. "Tell me, thou dear departed
shade" (a 3). "John Dyne." f.28.

13. "Tell me, Shepherds, have you
seen" (a 3). "Geo. Berg." f. 30.

14. "How sleep the brave" (a 3).
"Francis Ireland." f. 34.

15. "To these lone shades." "Geo.
[Berg?]." f.86.

16. "Waste are those walls" (a' 3).
" Battershall " {sc. Battishill ?). f. 38.

17. "Riches chance may take." f. 39.

18. "Fear no more the heat" (a 3).
"Dr. Nares." f.41.

19. "Fruitful Earth drinks up the
Eain." f. 45.

20. "Fain would I in lofty verse " (a 3).
f.47.

21. "Think not, dear Phebe." f. 51.

22. "The maid who modestly conceals."
f.53.

23. "Come, ye nymphs and swains."
f . 55b.

24. "Stretch'd on the Bier." "Dr.
Alcock." f.57b.

25. "Hark! the merry Tabor strikes"
(a 3). f. 60.

•26. " Now the Glasses they are empty "
(a 3). f. 70.

27. " Bacchus, Jove's delightfull Boy"
(a 3). f. 72b.

28. "0 Harmony ... to thee." "L.
Atterbury, 1796." f. 74.



29. "Come, oh come, Etherial Guest"
(a 3). "[B.] Cooke, 1785." f . 76.

30. "If 'tis joy to wound a Lover"
(a 3). By the same. f. 80.

31. " Up the Hill or cross the Lawn."
f.82.

32. "Go, gentle gales"; with violon-
cello accompaniment, f. 85.

33. "Go, tell Amynta " (a 3). "Maria
Hester Park." f. 90b.

34. "Mark, how the bashful morn"
(a 3). f.92.

35. "0 mistress mine " (a 5). f. 93.

36. " Nymph, over Thee " (a 5). f. 97.

37. "Forth from yonder sable cloud."
f.99.

38. " He on whose birth." f. 103.

39. " Farewell, a long farewell." f. 105.

40. "Blest as th' immortal Gods"
(a 3). f. 107.

41. "He that loves a rosy Cheek."
f. 109.

42. "My bosom glow'd" (a 3). f. 111b.

43. "Tell my Strephon." By John
Hindle. f. 113b.

44. " Discord, dire sister." " Webbe."
f. 118.

45. "0 lead me to some peaceful
Gloom"; with figured bass. "Fran-
cis Ireland." f. 120.

46. "Oh all ye Blest Harmonious
Quire." f. 125.

47. " sleep, thou flatterer." f. 127.

48. "Wives by the dozen," beg. "0
Death, how thou spoilst" (a 3).
f. 131.

49. "Hark, hark, from the woodlands "
(a 5). f. 133.

50. "0 Night more pleasing." " S.
W[ebbe?]." f.l37.

51. "Oh gentle Love." By John
Danby. f. 139.

52. "Pleasures enchanted ground."
" J"" Hindle, 1791." f. 142.

53. " She's gone ; lament ye fair " (a 3) :
elegy on Miss Maria Linley (d. 1787).
f. 145,

54. "Melpomene, thy loss." On the
death of David Garrick, 1779. Auto-
graph, f. 147.

55. "Time is old" (a 8). f. 149.

56. "To soften care." "Dr. Arne."
f . 151b.

57. "Tell me then the Reason why"
(a 3). " LufE" Atterbury." f. 153b.



GLEES.



105



58. "This Tomb be thine, Anacreon."
f . 155.

59. "Thee the voice, the dance, obey."
ByJ.W. Callcott(?). "1785." f.l57.

60. "Say, gentle Nymphs." f. 161.

61. "I scorn the chilling wind." By
J. W. CaUcott. "1785." f. 168.



62. "If gold could wasted Life restore "
(a 3). " Jos" Baildon." f.l71.

63. "In vain you tell "(a 3). "Francis
Ireland." f. 174.

64. "Is there no Balsam" (a 5). f . 177.

65. " Oh England, oh my native Isle ! "
(a 3). "Clement Smith, M.D." f. 178.



Additional 31222, fF. 27b-46 passim.
Paper; a.d. 1781, 1782. Oblong quarto. See also under Motets (vol. i, p. 312).
Glees, in score, by Samuel Wesley. Autograph.

1. " Goosy, Goosy, Gander " (a 2, with f. 31b.

a bass for harpsichord), f. 27b. ' 4. " Circle the bowl" (a 4). f.36b.



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