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Exeter, William Jackson of
Jackson (of Exeter)
Jackson of Exeter (British organist)
Jackson of Exeter (compositeur, essayiste, organiste et peintre)
Jackson of Exeter, William
Jackson, W.
Jackson, William
Jackson, William (English painter, 1730-1803)
Jackson, William I
Jackson, William (Mr)
William Jackson
William Jackson (Brits organist (1730-1803))
William Jackson I
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Burgoyne, John (1722-1792)
Langdon, Richard
Longman & Broderip
Mornington, Garret Wesley (1735-1781 comte de)
Nares, James (1715-1783)
Norris, Thomas (1741-1790)
Randall, John
Soaper, John
Stillingfleet, Benjamin (1702-1771)
Tallis, Thomas (1505?-1585)
Wells, Louisa Susannah (1755-1831)
BAKER'S (fr.)
Canzonets. op. 9
Canzonets, voices (2), continuo, op. 13, no. 7. Love in thine eyes
Cathedral chants of the XVI, XVII, XVIII centuries, edited by Edward F. Rimbault
constitutions of the several independent states of America, the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederaton between the said states, etc., The
day that saw thy beauty rise Op. 9, no
Elegies. Op. 3. No. 4
Encompass'd in an angels frame
Erin valse.
"Erin" waltzes arranged on the well known songs "come back to Erin", "The dear little shamrock of Ireland", "believe me if all those endearing young charms" &c
four ages, together with essays on various subjects, The
heavy hours, The
History of Confirmation an address before the church congress of 1874
Immortality versus annihilation an inquiry concerning the nature and destiny of the human soul
In a Vale clos'd with Woodland a particularly admired elegy for 3 voices.
light of language, or How to hear and read aright, the king of sciences, The
Lord of the manor. Anna
Lord of the manor. When first this humble roof I knew
lord of the manor When first this humble roof I know
metamorhosis, The : a comic opera [...]
Metamorphosis, The : a comic opera as performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane : opera XIV
Morning service in F by William Jackson : reduced from five parts into four.
My Days [Song.].
new and enlarged edition of Cheetham's psalmody, harmonised in score, with an arrangement for the organ or pianoforte by J. Houldsworth,...
O waft me zephyr : a favorite song
Observations on the present state of music in London
portrait of the Rev. Thomas Taylor, or, The hypocrite unmasked, A
Principles and power of harmony
ribald humour of Mr. Jackson: a bicentenary edition of humorous poetry from 'The Beauties of Nature' (1769);, The
seven heads of Arminianism out which came the "Ten horns of Calvinism" examined and refuted by the scriptures of truth, The
short sketch of my own life 1802
Songs from the pleasure garden.
Songs, op. 1. Heavy hours
Songs, op. 1. In vain you tell
Susanna, etc [Song.].
Time has not thinn'd my flowing hair Op. 9, no
treatise on the Sunday distemper illustrating the nature, causes, symptoms, and treatment of that sad disease, A
'Twas when the seas were roaring
Twelve songs.
What the Scriptures say on Christian baptism being a reply to the Rev. Matthew Richey's short and scriptural method with antipedobaptists
With Delia ever could I stay
Ye Nymphs and Shepherds, of the Dale a new canzonet for two voices, by Jackson of Exeter