2 edition of Who"ll serve the Queen, or military and naval ardour found in the catalog.
Who"ll serve the Queen, or military and naval ardour
|Other titles||Who"ll serve the Queen.|
|Statement||founded on O"Keefe"s comic opera of "Sprigs of laurel" ; as originally performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden ; altered, music composed and selected by T. Williams, author of several favourite vocal compositions, A treatise on vocalization, &c..|
|Contributions||O"Keefe, John, 1747-1833.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||45|
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