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Latour, T. 1766-1837 (arranger?)    
The Nightingale   GM2:34 LV015/020
  GM lists this as for piano with flute, and speculates that Latour is the most likely arranger of the version in Austen.  LV015/020 is similar to that described in GM, and includes the flute part.  It also includes an arrangement for piano duet.  There is another piano duet arrangement at LV111/022.  There are many things in LV called 'Nightingale', only these two 'military rondo' versions are related to the one in Austen.    
     
Leveridge, Richard 1670-1758    
The Tipling Philosophers (Diogenes surly and proud)   GM7:29
  I have not found this in LV, nor have a found a version like that described in GM.  However, it does appear on AmericanRevolution.org, under the title 'Diogenes surly and proud' (Drinking Songs section.) This version was published in 1783.   As Diogenes surly and proud on the American Revolution.org 18th Century songs site.
     
Linley, Thomas 1732-1795    
For tenderness form'd in Life's early day (from an Air by Paisello, arranged by Mr. Linley)   GM7:52 LV038/057b
  The versions in LV are not exactly like Austen, but it is the same tune and words.  I have an arrangement of this which I will post.     
     

Composers for which I have not yet found the Austen music online or easily available:
Lee, Lady Caroline
Le Moyne, Jean-Baptiste 1751-1796

   
       
   

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