Entire New
Complete Instructions
for the
Containing the best and easiest Directions to Learn that Instrument
with a collection of the most celebrated Marches, Airs &c Performed
in the Guards & other Regiments

Printed for John Preston at his Music Shop No 97 near Beaufort Buildings Strand.

According to Music Publishing in the British Isles by Charles Humphries and William Smith, published in 1970, John Preston began publishing c1774-1775 and continued until c1789. In that year, his son Thomas joined him and it became Preston and Son, continuing until c1798. Thomas continued under his own name from c1798 to c1834.

The English Duty

The Reveilly
The General
To Arms
Troop or Assembling
Doublings of the Troop
Grenadier�s March
Foot March 8 Divisions
The Retreat

End of the English Duty

The Reveilly
The General
To Arms
The Gathering
Grenadier�s March
Foot March
Rogue�s March
The Drums Call
Scotch Reveilly
To Arms
The Queen of Hungary�s Tattoo
Tattoo (the first part to be continued while the drum rolls)
The Hessian Tattoo
The French Troop
The Belleisle March
The Singling of the Troop by Mr Weideman
Foot March
The Bank
The Duke�s March
Captn Money�s March
God Save the King
King George the 3rd�s March
See the Conq�ring Hero Comes
Singling of Johnson�s Troop
Doubling of Johnson�s Troop
Singling of Poole�s Troop
Lord Loudon�s Singling of a Troop
The Janizaries March
Duke of York�s Troop
March in the Deserter
March of the 25th Regt Performed at Coxheath
March of the 15th Regt
March in Battle of Prague
Captn Mackintosh
Mrs Casey
The Prince of Wale�s new March
The Duke of York�s March
The Volunteer
La Belle Catherine
La Margaretta
Corporal Casey
Turkish March
The Duke of Clarence�s new March
Rule Britannia
German March
The Nymph
Soldier�s Joy
The White Cockade
Lira Lira
Row dow dow
The Duke of Gloucester�s Troop
Morgan Ratler
The Harriott
Pleyel�s Rondo
O say bonny Lass
Haydn�s Fancy

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