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All references to the Double chant with full melodic line:

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by
Smart, Thomas

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ID Book Title Page Chant   Key Psalms/Notes
03590 12 The Hymnal revised and enlarged (Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States of America) 819 52   F major Bonum est confiteri
attributed to Henry Smart. This cannot be Henry Thomas Smart or George Thomas Smart, since both were born after 1770 and the chant was already published in 1770 by Vandernan (book 69). Most likely candidate is Thomas Smart (died 1826)
29763 129 Durham Cathedral Chant Book - Book I (Eden, Conrad) 30 I‑132   G major 113
attributed to H. Smart. This cannot be Henry Thomas Smart or even George Thomas Smart, since both were born after 1770 and the chant was already published in 1770 by Vandernan (book 69). Most likely candidate is Thomas Smart (died 1826)
30052 150 St. Audries Chant Book (St. Audries, Lord) 20 59‑a   G major 47, 48
attributed to Henry Smart. This cannot be Henry Thomas Smart or even George Thomas Smart, since both were born after 1770 and the chant was already published in 1770 by Vandernan (book 69). Most likely candidate is Thomas Smart (died 1826)
30053 150 St. Audries Chant Book (St. Audries, Lord) 20 59‑b   G major 47, 48
as no. 59-a (30052), alternative note tenor bar 10
31978 156 Chants: as used in Wells Cathedral (Lavington, Charles William) 90 266   G major 110, 111, 112, 113
attributed to 'Smart' . This cannot be Henry Thomas Smart or even George Thomas Smart, since both were born after 1770 and the chant was already published in 1770 by Vandernan (book 69). Most likely candidate is Thomas Smart (died 1826)