The true use of music; or, Merry hearts companion : being a collection of love-songs and love-letters, written in praise of the best of lovers. With certain directions how the sick may be healed, and the poor become rich
[printed and sold by M. Lewis, in Paternoster-Row; also sold by T. Smith, in Ship-Alley, near Wellclose-Square; J. Taylor, in King-Street, Deptford; J. Dawson, in South-Gate-Street, Leicester; W. Powel, in Loughborough; T. Woodcock, at Market-Harborough; J. Heath, at Nottingham; R. Whitaker, in Rosendale, Lancashire; J. Lumbard, at Wem, in Shropshire; and J. Webb, at West-Bromwich, in Staffordshire. [and 1 at Market-Harborough, 1 at Nottingham, 1 in Rosendale, 1 at Wem, and 1 at West-Bromwich]
|Item Description:||English Short Title Catalog, T105245.|
Issued in eight numbers, in two parts, each part with separate dated titlepage, pagination and register; part titlepages read: 'Wholesome cordials for the mourners in Zion: or the Christian's remedy proved the best; .. ' With the imprint: "London: printed and sold by M. Lewis also sold by T. Smith; J. Taylor; T. Luckman, at Coventry.
Preface signed: Isaac, a pseudonym.
Reproduction of original from British Library.
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