Thomas Oliver (songwriter)
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Thomas Oliver was a Tyneside poet/songwriter from the late eighteenth/early nineteenth century.
P. France & Co. in their 1850 book “Songs of the Bards of the Tyne gives three works “Canny Newcastle Again””, “Stream of a Thousand Fallen Adieu”, (both attributed to T. Oliver), and “Yon Orb is Sinking” (attributed to Thomas Oliver).
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