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I'd choose to be a daisy : sung by Buckley's Serenaders / composed by F. Buckley.
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Isabel Martha Osborne, nee Throsby, the daughter of Charles Throsby and Elizabeth Broughton Throsby, married Alick Osborne of Barrengarry, Kangaroo Valley, in 1861 and died at Hamilton [Tudor House], Moss Vale, on 13th June 1901.
Bound in: Isabel Osborne songbook circa 1837-1866.
Cover title.
Song for voice and piano.
Caption title: I'd choose to be a daisy. Song and chorus. Sung by Buckley's Serenaders ; transcribed by Hugh Shimmells ; composed by F. Buckley.
Running title: I'd choose to be a daisy.
Ent. Sta. Hall. --on cover.
Price 2/6.--on cover.
Plate number: 2817.
Inscription on top right hand side of cover: "Issie Osborne from P.H.T. Feb.y 8th/62". Patrick Hill Throsby was Isabel Throsby's brother.
Back page advertisement: List of new & popular songs, published by Joseph Williams, 123, Cheapside, Wholesale warehouse, 6, Milk St. E.C.
Dating: Between 1857 and 1861. Has to be before February 1862 because of inscription on cover. Joseph Williams was at the additional 6 Milk Street address between 1857-1862 (Parkinson).
Provenance: Isabel Throsby sheet music collection.
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[circa 1857-1861].
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London : Joseph Williams, 123, Cheapside, Wholesale warehouse, 6, Milk Street, E.C.,
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1 score (5 pages) ; 34 cm.
ISBN/ISSN:
2817 Joseph Williams
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music
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circa 1857-1861.
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