ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Album of songs and opera excerpts; 1832. A presentation copy given ‘To the Princess Victoria from Her Royal Highness’s most devoted servant Catherine J. Jenkinson. January 1832’. 24 pieces. Songs with pianoforte accompaniment ... 1832

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ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Album of songs and opera excerpts; 1832. A presentation copy given ‘To the Princess Victoria from Her Royal Highness’s most devoted servant Catherine J. Jenkinson. January 1832’. 24 pieces. Songs with pianoforte accompaniment ..., 1832

ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Album of songs and opera excerpts; 1832. A presentation copy given ‘To the Princess Victoria from Her Royal Highness’s most devoted servant Catherine J. Jenkinson. January 1832’. 24 pieces. Songs with pianoforte accompaniment ... 1832

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