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1
Bach, Johann Christian (1735-1782)
[Gioas, rè di Giuda. T’adoro te solo eterno mio Dio].  Autograph manuscript, circa 1770.
Box 861

2
Bach, Johann Christian (1735-1782)
[Rinaldo ed Armida. Io ti lascio questo addio]. The first favorite rondeau sung by Mr. Tenducci at Mess.rs Bach and Abel’s concert (London: Cahusac, [1790?]).
Box 874

3
Bound collection, 1788.  Table of contents.  Manuscript, in the hand of Frederick Nicolay.
Box 837

4a
Horn, Charles Frederick (1762-1830)
[Sonatas, keyboard, violin, violoncello, op. 1]. Six sonatas for the pianoforte or harpsichord with an accompanyment for a violin & violoncello (London: to be had of the author, [1786]). 
Box 89, folder 418

4b
Horn, Charles Frederick (1762-1830)
Trafalgar: an heroic song (London: Goulding, Phipps, D’Almaine & Co., [1805]).
Box 859

5
“Yankey doodle” and “La belle Gertrude.” Manuscript, in an unidentified hand, undated.  In: Music book, circa 1787-1789.
Box 183, folder 944

6a-b
Johnson, James (circa 1750-1811)
The Scots musical museum. Volumes 1-2.  (Edinburgh: Johnson, 1787-1788).
Box 582

7
Weber, Carl Maria von (1786-1826)
Der Freischütz. Vocal score, arranged by Carl Zulehner. (Mainz: B. Schott Söhne, [1820s?]).
Box 144, folder 765

8
“After the battle.”  Manuscript, in an unidentified hand, undated.  In: Music book, circa 1818-1828.
Box 819

9
Notes on “Oh God the strength of all the just.”  Manuscript, in an unidentified hand, undated.  In: Music book, circa 1830.
Box 822

10
Jones, Edward (1752-1824)
A Selection of the most admired and original German waltzes. (London: printed for the editor, 1806).
Box 583

11
Strauss, Johann (1804-1849)
Wiener-Tagsbelustigung: Pot-Pourri für das Pianoforte (Vienna: Tobias Haslinger, 1830).
Box 137, folder 721

12
Frontispiece.  Signed by Princess Augusta, Queens House, London, 1789.  In: Music book, circa 1789-1791.
Box 817

13
Frontispiece.  Signed by Princess Amelia and initialled by Princess Augusta, undated. 
In: Music book, circa 1790s.
Box 816

14a-d
Journal des dames.  (London: C. Arnoux, 1817-1819). 
Boxes 803- 804

15
“A song in G.”  Manuscript, in an unidentified hand, undated.  In: Music book, circa 1790.
Box 818

16
Corri, Montague (1784-1849)
Autograph letter, signed, to Princess Augusta, London, June 13, no year.
Box 30, folder 139

17
Shield, William (1748-1829)
[An introduction to harmony]. A new edition (being the second) of An introduction to harmony  (London: printed for the author, [1815]).
Box 718

18
Welsh, Thomas (1780-1848)
God save King William! (London: T. Welsh, [1830]).  In: Bound collection, circa 1809-early 19th century.
Box 864

19
Music book, circa 1829-1839.  Table of contents.  Manuscript, in an unidentified hand.
Box 830

20
God save the king.  Anonymous setting for the fiftieth anniversary of the reign of George III (no place: no publisher, 1809).  In:  Bound collection, circa 1809-early 19th century.
Box 868

21
“Catalogue of music for H. R. H. the Duke of Cumberland’s private band.”   Manuscript, in an unidentified hand, circa 1830.
Box 876

22a-b
Collier, John 
A grand sonata dedicated to the Queen by Ignace Pleyel (London: W. Milhouse, undated).  With original folder.
Box 197, folder 1008-1009 

23a
Haydn, Joseph, (1732-1809)
[Symphony, H. I, 99, E-flat major]. No. [10], Haydn’s grand symphonies, composed for Mr. Salomon’s concert, a full band (London: printed for the proprietor Mr. Salomon, [circa 1802]).
Box 73, folder 348

23b
Haydn, Joseph, (1732-1809)
[Symphony, H. I, 99, E-flat major]. No. [10, 11, 12] of Haydn’s grand symphonies, composed for Mr. Salomon’s concerts, and arranged for five instruments…with an accompaniment for the piano forte (London: printed for the proprietor Mr. Salomon, [circa 1800]).
Box 72, folder 342

24a
Haydn, Joseph, (1732-1809)
[Symphony, H. I, 100, G major]. Part for bassoon. (no place: André, [1796]).
Box 77, folder 363

24b-c
Haydn, Joseph, (1732-1809)
[Symphony, H. I, 100, G major]. Parts for serpent and trombone.  Manuscript, in an unidentified hand, on paper watermarked 1803.
Box 78, folder 366

25a
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791)
[Le nozze di Figaro. Ouverture]. Arranged for band by John Collier. Part for first clarinet.  Manuscript, in an unidentified hand, on paper watermarked 1807-1812.
Box 248, folder 1308

25b
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791)
[Don Giovanni. Ouverture]. Arranged for band. Part for clarinets.  Manuscript, in an unidentified hand, on paper watermarked 1803.  
Box 248, folder 1304

25c
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791)
[Die Zauberflöte. Ouverture]. Arranged for band by Schäfer. Part for first clarinet.  Manuscript, in an unidentified hand, on paper watermarked 1801-1804.
Box 251, folder 1323

26
Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827)
[Symphony, no. 1, op. 21, C major]. Part for first violin.  Manuscript, in an unidentified hand, on paper watermarked 1804.
Box 188, folder 964

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