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From Attwood's "Mouth of the Nile."
Slow and pathetic.--"When William was gone."--Attwood.
Quick.--"Many be the merry days that we may pass together."--Del Caro's Hornpipe.
Larghetto.--"In the moments of absence."--Attwood.
"Nae luck about the house when William is awa."--Scottish air.
Larghetto.--"On the beach as I stray'd."--Attwood.
Allegro.--"Now to grief adieu."--Martini.
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