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Caesar, Juliuslocked

(1656?–1712?)
  • W. B. Squire
  • , revised by Patrick Wallis

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Caesar, Julius (1656?–1712?), apothecary and composer, lived at Rochester. He was the author of three convivial catches which appeared in the sixth edition of The Pleasant Musical Companion (1720). He practised in Strood and Rochester, Kent, presumably with some success, for in 1711 he could charge a ...

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