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Title: Catalogue of Works Literary Art and Music
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                   W. REEVES

                      AND

               REEVES & TURNER'S

                  Publications

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                   CATALOGUE

                    OF WORKS

                 Literary
                    Art and
                        Music.

                  ALSO ...
                  Books on ...
                  Freemasonry.

              [Illustration: Logo]

             London:
              83, Charing Cross Rd.
                              W.C.

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HOW TO MEMORIZE MUSIC: With numerous Musical Examples. By C. F.
Kenyon, cr. 8vo, 1s.

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TREATISE ON THE TRAINING OF BOY'S VOICES: With Examples and Exercises
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    (All with ped. obb.) (Prices Music-net).

 Chopin's Nocturne (Op. 9, No. 2)    1s. 6d.   /E. H. Lemare/.
 Forward! Grand March                1s. 6d.   /E. H. Sugg/.
 Lebanon March (Smallwood)           2s.       /Dr. Westbrook/.
 Grand Festival March, "Illogan"     2s.       /H. C. Tonking/.
 (also arr. for Piano solo; and Vn. & Pi.)
 Overture to William Tell (Rossini)  2s. 6d.   /A. Whittingham/.
 Overture to Oberon (Weber)          2s.       /A. Whittingham/.
 Overture to Freischütz (Weber)      2s.       /A. Whittingham/.
 Six Pieces for Church Use (arr.)    1s.       /W. Smallwood/.

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=HONE (William), The Apocryphal New Testament=, being all the Gospels,
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centuries to Jesus Christ, his Apostles and their Companions and not
included in the New Testament by its compilers.

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        In 4 Volumes, 8vo. Price £2 2s.
  Handsomely bound in designed buckram cloth.

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        Essays & Letters of MONTAIGNE.

       Edited by WILLIAM CAREW HAZLITT.
           _NEW AND ENLARGED INDEX_

AN ENTIRELY NEW EDITION formed from a Collation of the Foreign
Quotations; a fresh English rendering and a careful revision of the
text throughout. Some account of the Life of Montaigne, Notes to which
are added, a Translation of all the Letters known to be extant.


MR. HAZLITT'S MONTAIGNE,--An entirely new Edition text of Montaigne's
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in 1877 in three volumes octavo) has now been brought to completion
(Publisher, Messrs. Reeves and Turner) and will, partly by reason of
enlarged introductory matter and partly by additional notes, extend to
four volumes. The Edition of 1877 was superintended by Mr. Hazlitt's
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the difference is often curious and sometimes immense between him and
his English renderers.--/The Athenæum./

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 Roast Beef of Old England                  and Blue
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 The Bay of Biscay

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        SIX ORGAN PIECES FOR CHURCH USE.

          EDITED BY WILLIAM SMALLWOOD.

 With Ped. Obb., Selections from rarely known works.
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  2. Adagio Expressivo        5. Andante con moto
  3. Andante Moderato         6. Lento Cantabile

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 SMALLWOOD'S ESMERALDA ALBUM FOR PIANO.
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                                        The Seasons (Galop).

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          King's Royal Album, No. XI.

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  3. Morning.

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          King's Royal Album, No. 12.

 GRIEG'S LYRISCHE STUCKE AND NORWEGIAN BRIDAL PROCESSION.
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          King's Royal Album, No. 13.

GRIEG'S FOUR HUMOURESKES, MINUETS AND FUNERAL MARCH.

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          King's Royal Album, No. 14.

           HIAWATHA MANDOLINE ALBUM.

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          King's Royal Album, No. 15.

ORIGINAL VOLUNTARIES FOR AMERICAN ORGAN OR HARMONIUM.

              BY EDWIN M. FLAVELL.

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          King's Royal Album, No. 16.

12 VOLUNTARIES FOR THE AMERICAN ORGAN OR HARMONIUM.

                BY J. E. NEWELL.

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 2. Communion               8. Andante Piacevole
 3. Andante con Moto        9. Morning Prayer
 4. Prelude                10. Loud Voluntary
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VIOLIN.

A Selection of Favourite Airs arranged for the Violin by Henry Farmer,
complete 1s. 6d., Piano Acc. /ad lib./ 2s. 6d.

                   CONTENTS.
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                     VOCAL.

 273. Alice where art thou?                        /J. Ascher/
 396. Always do as I do                            /Tinney/
 174. Angels at the Casement, A flat               /W. M. Hutchison/
 105. Banner of the King                           /H. Fortesque/
 172. Barney O'Hea                                 /S. Lover/
 224. Bay of Biscay                                /J. Davey/
 181. Border Lands (Sacred)                        /Miss Lindsay/
 180. Borderer's Challenge                         /H. J. Stark/
 390. Cat in the Chimney                           /L. Kingsmill/
 392. Child's Good Morning                         /O. Barri/
 391. Child's Good Night                           /O. Barri/
 383. Come into the Garden Maud                    /Balfe/
 184. Crossing the Brook                           /Edith Cooke/
 389. Dawn of Heaven                               /Buonetti/
 188. Diver, The                                   /E. J. Loder/
 384. God Save the King                            /Dr. Jno. Bull/
 226. Hearts of Oak                                /Dr. W. Boyce/
 100. Honey Are You True to Me (Coon Song)         /Lindsay Lennox/
 266. Kathleen Mavourneen                          /Crouch/
 213. Lady Clara Vere de Vere                      /Miss Lindsay/
 404. Last Good Bye to Mother                      /C. Dargan/
 227. Last Rose of Summer                          /Thos. Moore/
 215. Listen                                       /A. H. Behrend/
 249. Maggie's Promise                             /W. Gordon/
 115. Sharing the Burden                           /J. E. Webster/
 225. Tom Bowling                                  /C. Dibdin/
 236. When other Lips (Then you'll remember me)    /Balfe/


                  VOCAL DUETS.

 190. Flow on thou Shining River                   /Sir J. Stevenson/
 116. Gipsy Countess                               /Glover/


                  PIANOFORTE.

 118. A la Valse                                   /Roeckel/
 275. Alice where art thou? (easily arr. by)       /Percy E. Douglas/
 278. Army and Navy March                          /Henzell/
 457. Au Village                                   /Tschaikowsky/
 268. Battle March (Delhi)                         /Pridham/
 373. Belgium Galop                                /Smallwood/
 437. Belle of Chicago March                       /J. P. Sousa/
 122. Berceuse                                     /Roeckel/
 376. Blumenlied                                   /Gustav Lange/
 379. Bridal Chorus and Wedding March              /Wagner/
 453. Cadet Two Step (easily arranged)             /Alard/
 142. Charming Mazurka                             /Gungl/
 456. Chanson Triste                               /Tschaikowsky/
 456. Chant sans Paroles                           /Tschaikowsky/
 393. Chinese Patrol March                         /D. Pecorini/
 243. Cloches du Monastere                         /Lefebure-Wely/
 458. Coon Band Contest                            /A. Pryor/
 438. Corcoran Cadets March                        /J. P. Sousa/
 125. Corricolo Galop (Easily arranged)            /L. Mullen/
 377. Edelweiss                                    /Gustav Lange/
 374. Emmeline Galop                               /Smallwood/
 308. Fille du Regiment                            /Oesten/
 167. Flying Dutchman (La Vaisseau Fantome)        /Wagner/
 244. Forward March                                /E. H. Sugg/
      Four Humoresques:
 206.     Valse in D, No. 1                        /Grieg/
 207.     Minuetto in A minor, No. 2               /Grieg/
 208.     Allegretto, No. 3                        /Grieg/
 209.     Allegro Alla Burla, No. 4                /Grieg/
 210. Funeral March                                /Grieg/
 305. French Air (Marseillaise)                    /Eric Stapleton/
 306. German Air (Watch on Rhine)                  /Eric Stapleton/
 264. Gipsies' March                               /C. Heins/
 252. Grand March (arr. by P. E. Douglas)          /Blake/
 151. Grand March of the Warriors                  /H. V. Lewis/
 276. Hiawatha Cake Walk, (arr. by P. E. Douglas)  /Moret/
 436. High School Cadets March                     /J. P. Sousa/
 304. Irish Air (Last Rose of Summer)              /Eric Stapleton/
 303. Italian Air (Ah che la Morte)                /Eric Stapleton/
 288. Japanese National Hymn, Harmonized by Sydney Osborne.
 133. Kassala Gavotte                              /H. Wilcock/
 270. Kathleen Mavourneen                          /P. E. Douglas/
 171. Khartoum Quick March                         /F. P. Rabottini/
 286. King's Own March                             /Warwick Williams/
 246. Liberty Bell March                           /Sousa/
 135. Little Dear Gavotte                          /F. Astrella/
 162. Lohengrin                                    /Wagner/
 136. Maiden's Prayer                              /Badarazewska/
 435. Manhattan Beach March                        /J. P. Sousa/
 137. March in E flat                              /J. B. Mallett/
 441. March Past of the National Fencibles         /J. P. Sousa/
 440. March Past of the Rifle Regiment             /J. P. Sousa/
 140. May-Day Galopade                             /J. Gungl/
 141. Mazurka                                      /Badarazewska/
 143. Melodie                                      /Roeckel/
 247. Melody in F                                  /Rubinstein/
 211. Minuetto (from E minor Sonata)               /Grieg/
 163. Mountain Echo March                          /G. Gariboldi/
 385. Narcissus                                    /Nevin/
 439. Our Flirtation March                         /J. P. Sousa/
 147. Placid Stream                                /Smallwood/
 103. Queenie (Intermezzo)                         /P. D'Orsay/
 165. Rienzi                                       /Wagner/
 253. Robin's Return (arr. by P. E. Douglas)       /Fischer/
 148. Scherzino                                    /Roeckel/
 301. Scotch Air (Blue Bells of Scotland)          /Eric Stapleton/
 375. Seasons Galop                                /Smallwood/
 442. Semper Fidelis                               /J. P. Sousa/
 196. Silvery Echoes                               /Blake/
 394. Soldiers' Chorus (Faust)                     /Gounod/
 381. Sonatina in F                                /Beethoven/
 380. Sonatina in G                                /Beethoven/
 302. Spanish Air (Dance)                          /Eric Stapleton/
 378. Stephanie Gavotte                            /A. Czibulka/
 166. Tannhauser                                   /Wagner/
 150. Tarantella                                   /L. B. Mallett/
 290. Washington Post March (easy)                 /J. P. Sousa/
 454. White Wings (Transcription)                  /Smallwood/
 291. Woodland Echoes                              /Wyman/


                  PIANO DUETS.

 367. Come o'er the Stream Charlie                 /A. Mullen/
 371. From Greenland's Icy Mountains               /A. Mullen/
 372. I'd Choose to be a Daisy                     /A. Mullen/
 154. Maiden's Prayer                              /Badarazewka/
 156. March of the Cameron Men                     /A. Mullen/
 155. Marche des Croates                           /A. Mullen/
 159. Minnie, or Lilly Dale                        /A. Mullen/
 353. Silvery Waves (Wyman)                        /Andre/


                    DANCE.

 388. Amorosa Mazurka                              /A. H. Oswald/
 387. Blue Bells Schottische                       /S. Leslie/
 262. Blue Danube Waltz                            /Strauss/
 382. British Army Polka                           /Alec Carlton/
 285. City Polka                                   /J. D. Wimpenny/
 161. Cosmopolitan Quadrille                       /L. Gautier/
 127. Cyprus Polka                                 /Scotson Clark/
 402. Donau Wellen Waltz (Easily arr. by)          /Percy E. Douglas/
 101. Electric Waltz                               /H. Klein/
 397. Esmeralda Waltz (easily arranged)            /S. Osborne/
 395. Fancy Dress Ball Quadrille                   /Rosenberg/
 413. Faust Waltz (arr. by P. E. Douglas)          /Gouno/
 250. Flora Waltz                                  /W. Gordon/
 386. Horse Guards Schottische                     /S. Leslie/
 102. Lucifer Polka                                /H. Klein/
 251. Niagara Waltz                                /Vorzanger/
 144. Munich Polka                                 /Jos. Gungl/
 403. Olympia Schottische                          /Sydney J. Smith/
 254. Over the Waves (Sobra las Olas)              /Rosas/
 366. Roseland Waltz                               /Marietta Lena/
 415. Sweetheart Polka                             /Gounod/
 265. Vinolia Schottische                          /P. Lester/
 268. Woodland Whispers Waltz                      /Stanley/


               VIOLIN AND PIANO.

 256. Campbells are Coming                         /A. Mullen/
 257. British Grenadiers                           /A. Mullen/
 258. A Life on the Ocean Wave                     /A. Mullen/
 259. Hearts of Oak                                /A. Mullen/
 260. Ivy Green                                    /A. Mullen/
 261. Red, White and Blue                          /A. Mullen/
 317. Ben Bolt                                     /A. Mullen/
 312. Low Back'd Car                               /A. Mullen/
 313. Sprig of Shillelagh                          /A. Mullen/
 314. March from Norma                             /A. Mullen/
 315. March, Guillaume Tell                        /A. Mullen/
 316. Lass O'Gowrie                                /A. Mullen/
 284. Réverie (E min.)                             /W. Vinnicombe/


                    VIOLIN.

 170. March St. Olave                              /F. James/


              MANDOLINE AND PIANO.

 274. Alice where art Thou?
 407. Belle of Chicago March                       /J. P. Sousa/
 406. Blue Danube Waltz                            /Strauss/
 416. Cadet Two Step (arranged)                    /Alard/
 408. Corcoran Cadets March                        /J. P. Sousa/
 272. Donau Wellen Waltz                           /Ivanovici/
 414. Faust Waltz and Flower Song                  /Gounod/
 277. Hiawatha Popular Cake Walk                   /Neil Moret/
 401. High School Cadets March                     /J. P. Sousa/
 289. Honey are you true                           /Sydney Osborne/
 267. Kathleen Mavourneen                          /Crouch/
 399. Liberty Bell March                           /J. P. Sousa/
 400. Manhattan Beach March                        /J. P. Sousa/
 411. March Past of the National Fencibles         /J. P. Sousa/
 410. March Past of the Rifle Regiment             /J. P. Sousa/
 255. Oceana Schottische                           /W. H. Stevens/
 279. Over the Waves                               /Rosas/
 409. Our Flirtation March                         /J. P. Sousa/
 412. Semper Fidelis March                         /J. P. Sousa/
 398. Washington Post March                        /J. P. Sousa/


              BANJO AND PIANO.

 429. Belle of Chicago March                       /J. P. Sousa/
 406. Cadet Two Step (arranged)                    /Alard/
 430. Corcoran Cadets March                        /J. P. Sousa/
 428. High School Cadets March                     /J. P. Sousa/
 419. Liberty Belle March                          /J. P. Sousa/
 418. Manhattan Beach March                        /J. P. Sousa/
 433. March Past of the National Fencibles         /J. P. Sousa/
 432. March Past of the Rifle Regiment             /J. P. Sousa/
 431. Our Flirtation March                         /J. P. Sousa/
 434. Semper Fidelis March                         /J. P. Sousa/
 417. Washington Post March                        /J. P. Sousa/

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