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||Boylston Club. A Collection of Part-Songs for Male Voices. No.4.|
Boston: G.D. Russell & Company, 1875 (1876). Plate 3676=6=6.
||The cover has copyright 1876, the first page of score has copyright 1875. There is a note on page 4 (page 3 of the PDF - "Only when the Hymn is performed without instrumental accompaniment does the Tenor (divided) sing the upper small notes." - that suggests that this is indeed a chorus score (a score of just the chorus section of a work with chorus), not instead something different, an arrangement of the full score for mens' chorus a cappella. (Not enough information is provided to simply say, one way or the other.)