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Second page (of two) to the sheet music of "Rule, Britannia!" by James Thomson (lyrics) and Thomas Arne (music). One of the most popular British patriotic tunes.

Date
Source The Songs of England, Volume I, Edited by J. L. Hatton, Boosey & Co, London (c. 1890s)
Author
  • James Thompson (1700-1748)
  • Thomas Augustine Arne (1710–1778)
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