Full title: A curious collection of Scots tunes for a violin, bass viol or German flute. With a thorough bass for the harpsichord. As also a sonata of Scots tunes in three parts, and some Masons songs, with the words, for three voices. To which is added, a number of the most celebrated Scots tunes, set for a violin or German flute
Biographical info: Oswald was born in Crail in 1710, and died in Knebworth, Hertfordshire, in 1769. He was a musician and dancing master in Dunfermline, then went to Edinburgh, where he was a composer, publisher, cellist, and teacher. He moved to London in 1741, where he was a well-connected teacher, publisher, active in Society of the Temple of Apollo, and appointed Chamber Composer to the king in 1761. (Alburger; Grove)
GB-En Inglis 295(1)
GB-En Glen 168(3)
This source has not been digitised.