Charles Dibdin

''Charles Dibdin'', 1799, by [[Thomas Phillips Charles Dibdin (before 4 March 1745 – 25 July 1814) was a British composer, musician, dramatist, novelist and actor. With over 600 songs to his name, for many of which he wrote both the lyrics and the music and performed them himself, he was in his time the most prolific English singer-songwriter. He is best known as the composer of "Tom Bowling", one of his many sea songs, which often features at the Last Night of the Proms. He also wrote about 30 dramatic pieces, including the operas ''The Waterman'' (1774) and ''The Quaker'' (1775), and several novels, memoirs and histories. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Dibdin, Charles
Published 1773
Printed for T. Becket, near Surry Street, Strand

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by Dibdin, Charles
Published 1782
Printed for G. Kearsly, No. 46, Fleet-Street

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by Dibdin, Charles
Published 1781
Printed for G. Kearsly, No. 46, Fleet-Street

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by Dibdin, Charles
Published 1779
printed for G. Kearsly, No. 46, Fleet-Street

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by Dibdin, Charles
Published 1785
Printed in the year

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by Dibdin, Charles
Published 1785
Fowler, printer, Salisbury

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by Dibdin, Charles
Published 1785
Fowler, printer, Salisbury

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by Dibdin, Charles
Published 1790
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by Dibdin, Charles
Published 1795

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by Dibdin, Charles
Published 1798
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by Dibdin, Charles
Published 1800

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by Dibdin, Charles
Published 1777
printed by James Magee, at the Bible and Crown, in Bridge-Street

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by Dibdin, Charles
Published 1781
printed by James Magee, at the Bible and Crown, in Bridge-Street

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by Dibdin, Charles
Published 1787
printed for Harrison and Co. No 18, Paternoster-Row

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by Dibdin, Charles
Published 1800
Printed by J. Jennings, Sheffield

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by Dibdin, Charles
Published 1778
printed for John Bell

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by Dibdin, Charles
Published 1777
printed for John Bell

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by Dibdin, Charles
Published 1774
printed for T. Becket, the Corner of the Adelphi in the Strand

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by Dibdin, Charles
Published 1779
printed for G. Kearsly, near [Serjeants] Inn, Fleet-Street