[The Psalmist's New Companion: Containing an introduction to the grounds of musick, in a plain and familiar method. Also forty three psalm tunes & twenty five anthems some of them being suited to various occasions & most of them composed of solo's fugues, & chorus's after the cathedral manner. To which is added a funeral hymn. The whole is composed in three and four parts, according to the most authentick rules, brought within compass of the voice, being chiefly intended for the use of country choirs. The eleventh edition set forth and corrected by Abraham Adams, at Shoreham in Kent]
London: [Printed for S.A. & P. Thompson, at the Violin and Hautboy, In St. Pauls Church Yard], [?1785].
Large oblong octavo. Full dark brown leather. xvi, 214 pp.
Binding considerably worn with leather lacking to lower board; spine and upper board lacking; edges browned. Minor internal wear; first several leaves browned, soiled, and frayed at edges; pp. 15/16 bound in reverse order; lacking title, preface, and pp. 61/62.
11th edition. RISM A285 (3 copies in the U.K. and 2 in the U.S.).