The beggar's opera : arranged for Mr. Sims Reeves / by George Fox : manuscript, 1885.

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Fox, George, 1854?-1902. The beggar's opera : arranged for Mr. Sims Reeves / by George Fox : manuscript, 1885.

The beggar's opera : arranged for Mr. Sims Reeves / by George Fox : manuscript, 1885.

1 score ([2], 94 p.), bound ; 38 cm.

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