The American harmony, or, Universal psalmodist. [microform] : Vol. II. Containing, a choice and valuable collection of psalm and hymn-tunes; canons and anthems; with words adapted to each tune. The whole composed in a new and easy taste, for two, three and four voices; in the most familiar keys and cliffs:--calculated to promote and improve this most excellent part of social worship; and render it both useful and delightful; in quires, as well as in congregations in the country. / By A. Williams, teacher of psalmody, in London. ; To which is added a variety of favourite hymn tunes and anthems; collected from the latest and most celabrated [sic] authors; carefully set in score, and neatly engraved.
- [Newburyport, Mass.] : Printed and sold by Daniel Bayley, at his house, next door to St. Paul's Church, Newbury-Port. 1773. Sold also by most booksellers in Boston., 
 p., 96 p. of plates : music ; 13 x 21 cm.
- Early American imprints. First series ; no. 13035.