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New music. --We have received from Messrs. West & Johnston, publishers, a copy of the new song--"Wait till the War, Love, is Over"--words by A. J. Andrews, music by C. W. Burton; arranged for the piano forte. As a musical composition it is creditable, and it will no doubt become quite popular.
New music. --We have received from Messrs. West & Johnston, publishers, a copy of the new song--"Wait till the War, Love, is Over"--words by A. J. Andrews, music by C. W. Burton; arranged for the piano forte. As a musical composition it is creditable, and it will no doubt become quite popular.
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New music. --We have received from Messrs. West & Johnston, publishers, a copy of the new song--"Wait till the War, Love, is Over"--words by A. J. Andrews, music by C. W. Burton; arranged for the piano forte. As a musical composition it is creditable, and it will no doubt become quite popular.
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New music. --We have received from Messrs. West & Johnston, publishers, a copy of the new song--"Wait till the War, Love, is Over"--words by A. J. Andrews, music by C. W. Burton; arranged for the piano forte. As a musical composition it is creditable, and it will no doubt become quite popular.