Milgrove : Rose had been washed (orchestral accompaniment), The : Soprano and keyboard
Composer: Benjamin Milgrove (1731 - 1810)
Lyrics: William Cowper
"as Sung with very great Applause by MISS QUARMAN, at the VILLA GARDENS BATH, On His Royal Highness The PRINCE of WALES's BIRTHDAY. Set by Benjamin Milgrove. Entered at Stationers Hall. Published for the author at Bath, and sold by most of the Music Shops in Town and Country. Price 1s." 1785. The song was offered with full orchestral and keyboard only accompaniments.
Milgrove was Organist/Precentor at the Countess of Huntingdon's Chapel and a toyman (kickshaws seller) of Bond Street, Bath. I have not identified Miss Quarman.
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