7. William Jones. A Treatise on the art of music, in which the elements of harmony and air are practically considered... Colchester, 1784.
As for Haydn and Boccherini, who merit a first place among the moderns for invention, they are sometimes so desultory and unaccountable in their way of treating a subject, that they must be reckoned among the wild warblers of the wood: and they seem to differ from some pieces of Handel as the talk and laughter of the Tea-table (where, perhaps, neither Wit nor Invention are wanting) differs from the Oratory of the Bar and the Pulpit.