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YALE COLLEGE

85

JONATHAN EDWARDS

CHARLES CHAUNCEY.

95

THOMAS CHALKLEY

96

Passages from his life, labors, travel, de.

AQUILA ROSE

97

To bis companion at sea.

Piece wrote by him for the boys who carried out the

weekly news-papers to their master's customers

in Philadelphia; to whom commonly every New-

Year's day, they present verses of this kind.

SAMUEL KEIMER

99

An elegy on the much lamented DEATH of the inge:

NIOUS AND WELL-BELOVED AQUILA Rose.

The sorrowful lamentation of Samuel Keimer, Printer

of the Barbadoes Gazette.

GEORGE WEBB

101

Batchelors' llall: a Poem.

JOSEPHI BRIENTNALL.

102

Lines prefixed to Webb's "Batchelors' Hail.

JAMES RALPH

102

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN

104

A Parable against Persecution.

The Ephemera; an emblem of human life.

The Whistle.

Dialogue between Franklin and the Gout.

Paper; a poem.

My plain country Joan.

The mother country.

The Mechanic's Song.

DAVID FRENCH

116

Odes of Anacreon.

MATHER BYLES

116

To-

Desiring to borrow Pope's Homer.

A full and true account of how the lamentable wicked

French and Indian pirates were taken by the valiant

Englishmen.

Passages from a Sermon on Death.

The Butterfly, a Type of the Resurrection.

Passage from The Conflagration."

New England Hymn.

JOSEPH GREEN

120

Hymn written during a

a voyage.

The Psalm.

Parody by Matber Byles.

The Poet's Lamentations for the loss of his cat, which

he used to call his muse.

Ode.

JOHN CALLENDER

123

Liberal Principles of Rhode Island.

JANE TURELL.

124

Hymn.

An Invitation into the conntry, in imitation of Horaco.

To my Muse, Dec. 29, 1725.

JOIN SECCOMB

126

Father Abbey's will; to which is now added a letter

of courtship to his virtuous and amiable widow.

JOIN BEVERIDGE

123

To ********

THOMAS COOMBE

180

Passage from the "Peasant of Anburn."

THOMAS HUTCHINSON

180

EARLY CAROLINA LITERATURE

181

JOIN OSBORN

132

A Whaling Song.

THE REV. JOHN ADAMS

183

From a poem on Society.

To my Honored Father on the loss of his sight.

Horace, Book I. Ode I.

JOHN WINTHROP

135

Passage from the "Lecture on Comets."

SAMUEL CURWEN

136

Letter to Richard Ward, E 9., salem.'

Passages from his Diary.

BENJAMIN CHURCH

139

A Senfte.

Death of King Philip.

DAVID BRAINERD

140

Indian Superstition.

JAMES MOSPARRAN

143

The Cold Winter 1740-1.

JONATHAN MAYHEW

144

Passage froin a “Thanksgiving Discourse.**

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JOHN WOOLMAN

146

Passages from bis Diary.

SAMUEL HOPKINS.

150

SAMSON OCCUM

115

WILLIAM LIVINGSTON

151

The Retreat from the poem, “ Philosophic Solitade.

Favorite Books

A Wife.

Conclusion.

JAMES OTIS

Advantages of Representation.

JAMES BOWDOIN

157

Paraphrase of Economy of Human Life

EZRA STILES

156

Extracts from the Literary Diary, Newport, R. I.

(till 1777.)

On Kings, from “Lives of the Judges."

SAMUEL SEABURY

162

MERCY WARREN

163

From - The Ladies or Castile."

To the Hon. J. Winthrop, Esq., who, on the American

determination, in 1774, to suspend all commerce

with Britain (except for the real necessaries of life.),

requested a poetical list of the articles the ladies

might comprise under that head.

From "A Political Reverie," Jan., 1774.

GEORGE BERKELEY

Verses on the prospect of planting Arts and Learning

in America

CIIARLES THOMSON

170

ROBERT ROGERS

170

The War Song.

JOSEPH GALLOWAY .

172

HECTOR ST. JOIN CREVECEUR

178

American Farmers' Pleasures.

Song and Instinct.

The Humming Bird.

A Journey with Franklin.

THE LIBRARY COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA 177

GEORGE WASHINGTON

179

JOIN DICKINSON .

181

PELEG FOLGER

Dominum collaudamus.

JOIN ADAMS

154

Passags from the Diary.

From the Letters.

HUGH WILLIAMSON

189

HUGH PETERS

190

My Wishes.

SAMUEL PETERS

190

Passages from “ History of Connecticat."

THOMAS GODFREY

195

From "The Prince of Parthia."

Poesy, from - The Court of Fancy."

Song.

A Dithyrambic on Wine.
THOMAS PUNE

197

Ode on the Death of General Woife.

Reflections on the Life and Death of Lord Clive.

The American Crisis.-Number One.

Liberty Tree.

From the Castle in the Air to the little Corner of the

World.

ETHAN ALLEN

206

Conquest of Ticonderoga.

FRANCIS HOPKINSON.

A letter from a gentleman in America to his friend in

Europe, on white-washing.

Modern Learning exemplified by a specimen of a col-

leriate examination.

Dialogue on the Address of the Philosophical Society

to Dr. Franklin.

Verses.

Description of a Church.

A Morning Hymn.

An Evening Hymn.

An Epitaph for an Infant

A Camp Ballad.

The Battle of the Kegs.

The New Roof: a Song for Federal Mechanics.

JACOB DUCITE.

219

From “Caspipina's Letters."

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HENRY CRUGER

JOHN PARKE

365

Passages from Speeches.

To Melpomene.
The Golden Days of Harry Cruger.

To Lollius.

WILLIAM BARTRAM

223

On the Return of Augustus from Spain.

To Munatius Plancus.

Ephemera.

Crocodiles on the St. John's.

JOHN. WILCOCKS

308

Evening scene in Florida.

The two Peacocks.

EDWARD BANCROFT

228 Parody on Pope's Ode to Solitudc.

JOHN TRUMBULL

308

BENJAMIN CHURCH

229

An Epithalamium.

The Choice, a Poem,

The Liberty Pole-M'Fingal, Canto III.

ELIZABETH FERGUSON

233 LEMUEL HOPKINS

319

Poetical Correspondence.

On General Ethan Allen.

JAMES ALLEN,

Passages from the " Political Green Honse."

285

From the Poem on the Massacre.'

A Plea for Union and the Constitution, from the

" Anarchind."

ST. GEORGE TUCKER .

286 The Hypocrite's Hope.

Stanzas.

JAMES MADISON

322

THEODORIC BLAND-RICHARD BLAND

236

JOIN LEDYARD

324

NATHANIEL EVANS

237 | WILLIAM LINN

326

Ad Gulielmum Lauderum, P.P.

Washington.

To William Lauder, P.P.

PHILIP FRENEAU.

327

WILLIAM HENRY DRAYTON

289

To a truly great man.

Passage from Jury Charge.

To a would be great man.

THOMIS JEFFERSON

239 Hymn to Liberty.

Dialogue between Head and Heart.

Lipes on Cobbett.

Character of Washington.

Advice to Authors.

La oralities.

Directions for Courtship:
NATHANIEL EMMONS

Lines occasioned by a visit to an old Indian burying.

246

ground.

Passages from Jeroboam Sermon.'

The Indian Student; or Force of Nature.

JAMES MOODY

249 The Dying Indian.

Passages from his Narrative.

Death Song of a Cherokee Indian.

May to April.

JOSIAH QUINCY, Jr.

251

The Wild Honeysuckle.

JEREMY BELKNAP

253

The Hurricane.

The Old Confederation, from The Foresters." '

St. Catharine's.

The New Constitution.

Neversiok.

ELIJAH FITCH

The Man of Ninety, or a Visit to the Oak.

253

The Almanac Maker.

The True Christian.

The New England Sabbath-day chase.

The Choice.

New England and New York.

LINDLEY MURRAY

259 The Royal Apprentice; a London story.

Passages from Autobiography.

To the Memory of the brave Americans, under

Sung-To my Wife.

General Greene, in South Carolina, who fell in the

JOHN JAY.

action of September 8, 2781.

263

From the Address of the New York Convention, 1776.

On the Memorable Victory obtained by the gallant

Captain John Paul Jones of the Bon Homme

BENJAMIN RUSH

264

Richard, over the Serapis, under the command of

An Account of the Influence of the military and Poli-

Captain Pearson.

tical Events of the American Revolution upon the

The Battle of Stonington, on the Seaboard of Connec-

Human Body

ticut.

Biographical Anecdotes of Anthony Benezet.

A Bacchanalian Dialogue, written 1808.
Biographical Anecdotes of Benjamin Lay.

GOUVERNEUR MORRIS.

348

COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY

270 Funeral Oration by the dead body of Hamilton.

The Restoration of the Bourbons 1814.

JOHN DAVIES.

271

Hymns.

ALEXANDER GRAYDON

352

JOHN WITHERSPOON

British Omicers in Philadelphia before the Revolution.

275

Maxim V., from "The Characteristics."

James Smith, of Pennsylvania, the Signer of the

Declaration of Independence.

JAMES RIVINGTON.

278 A Prisoner of War in exile, at Flatbush.

Witherspoon's Parody of Sapplication.

Oratory, from “Notes by a Desultory Reader."

Hopkinson's Advertisement Extraordinary.

Novels.

Freneau's Rivington's Last Will and Testament.

TIMOTHY DWIGHT

857

JAMES M'CLURG

283

Psalm cxxxvii.

The Belles of Williamsburg.

The Smooth Divine.

Sequel to the Belles of Williamsburg.

Columbia.

The travelled Ape.-From an Epistle to Col. Hum-

THE REDWOOD LIBRARY.

285

phreys, 1785.

JONATHAN MITCHEL SEWALL

286

Fall of Empire, from “Greenfield Hill."

Epilogue to Cato.

Round of American Life,

E'logy on Langhing.

The Village Clergyman,

War and Washington,

ANN ELIZA BLEECKER

805

HUGH HENRY BRACKENRIDGE

288

To Mr. L * * *

An Ode on the Battle of Bunker's Hill.

To Miss Catherine Ten Eyck.

A Military Song, by the Army, on General Washing-

PHILLIS WHEATLEY

867

ton's victorious entry into the town of Boston.

His Excellency General Washington.

An Election Scene.

Liberty and Peace.

Teague a member of the Philosophical Society.

To the University of Cambridge, wrote in 1767.

Captain Farrago's Instructions to Teague on the

On the Death of the Rev. Dr. Sewall, 1769.

duello.

On the Death of the Rev. Mr George Whitefield,

An Essay on Common Sense.

1770.

Proph .cy of the greatness of America—from “The

A Farewell to America.

Rising G'ory of America."

BENJAMIN THOMPSON

871

WILLIAM WAITE, .

299 Cooking a Hasty Pudding.

Instructions to Missionaries in China..

DAVID HUMPHREYS

ISAIAH THOMAS

802 Putnam's Adventure with the wolr.

BERNARD ROMANS

808

Mount Vernon; an ode.

The Shepherd; a song.

DAVID RAMSAY

The Monkey who shaved himself and his friends; a

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JAMES THACHER

878

COLUMBIA COLLEGE

879

MYLES COOPER

880

Stanzas by an Exile from America.

THE CHARLESTON LIBRARY-THE NEW YORK

SOCIETY LIBRARY

897

THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVÍNIA

898

JOEL BARLOW

891

The Babylonian Captivity.

Guillotine Song.

On the Discoveries of Captain Lewis.

Advice to a Raven in Russia.

Hymn to Peace.

The Conspiracy of Kings.

The Hasty Pudding.

JOHN MARSHALL

404

Washington.

AARON BANCROFT

407

George Washington.

HANNAH ADAMS

408

HENRY LEE

409

Champe's Expedition.

From the Funeral Orntion on the Death of Gen.

Washington, delivered at the request of Congress.

ROYAL TYLER

415

From the shop of Messrs. Colon & Spondee.

Love and Liberty.

The author keepeth a country school: the anticipa-

tions, pleasures, and profits of a pedagogue.

Anecdotes of Dr. Benjamin Franklin, whom the au-

thor visits in Philadelphia.

ALEXANDER HAMILTON

420

The Fate of Major André.

From the Euloginm on Gen. Grcene, before the So-

ciety of the Ciucinnati.

BALLAD LITERATURE, &c., OF THE INDIAN,

FRENCH, AND REVOLUTIONARY WARS. 427

Lovewell's Fight.

Tilden's Poems to animate and rouse the Soldiers, 429.

Braddock's Expedition, 430.

Ode to the Inhabitants of Pennsylvania, 431.

Wolfe's ** How stands the glass around ?"

Join MAYLEM, 432.

GEORGE COCKINGS.

BENJAMIN YOUNG PRIME, 433.

Hearts of Oak, 434.

Come, join hand in hand, brave Americans all, 435.

Come, shake your dull noddles.

The Massachusetts song of Liberty.

Come, cheer up, my lads, like a true British band, 436.

Planting the Liberty Pole.

Ballad of the Gaspee, 437.

Verses on Tea, 438.

Bob Jingle's Association of the Colonies, 489.

On hearing that the poor man was tarred and feathered.

On Calvert's Plains.

Hark, 'tis Freedom that calls, 440.

Niles' American Hero.

The Bombardment of Bristol, 441.

Bold Hawthorne, 442.

Free America, 448.

Poem on the present war.

Parody by John Tabor Kemp, 445.

Fall of Briti-b Tyranny, a Tragi-Comedy.

Song of St. Tammany, 146.

Rise, rise, bright genius, rise, 447.

Come all you brave soldiers.

Continuation of Hudibras.

Battlo of Trenton, 448.

The Fate of John Burgoyne. 449.

Progress of Sir Jack Brag, 450.

Prologue to Zara, 451.

Prescott ballads.

Tribute to Gen. Francis Nash, 452.

Yankee Doodle's Expedition to Rhode Island.

Wyoming Massacre, 4:3.

Washington, by Wheeler Case, 454.

The Fall of Burgoyne. 455.

Our farce is now finished.

The Congratulation, 456.

The Siege of Savannab.

Washington the Hero of the West, 457.

Major Andre's Cow-Chase.

Brave Paulding and the Spy, 459.

Song of the Vermopters, 1779, 460.

The American Times, 461.

American Taxation.

Yankee Doodle, 463.

WILLIAM CIIARLES WELLS

464

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A Night on the Hudson River with Charles Mathews,

from "The History of the American Theatre."

A Scene with Cooke and Cooper at Cato's, from "The

Memoirs of a Water Drinker."

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ALEXANDER WILSON

Passages from Journals.

The Schoolmaster.

At Home on the Susquehanna.

Rab and Ringani, a tale.

Connel and Flora, a song.

Auchtertool.

The Blue Bird, from "The Ornithology."

The Fish Hawk.

JOHN EDMUND HARWOOD

554

Ode to Indolence.

To Miss S -y, on returning the Juvenilia of Witber.

In a Worl.

The Frawds to their opposite Neighbors.

JOIN QUINCY ADAMS

556

Song.

The Wants of Man.

From the Life and Character of James Madison."

TIADDEUS MASON HARRIS

561

The Triumphs of Superstition.

The Little Orator.

JOSEPH DENNIE

862

To the Public.

On the Pleasures of Study.

On Meditation.

Ingratitude of Republics.

On Cleanliness.

DAVID EVERETT

568

Lines spoken at a school exhibition, by a little boy

seven years old.

SAMUEL MILLER

569

DE WITT CLINTON

570

Provincial Influences on Literature, from the Dis-

course be ore the Literary and Philosophical

Society.

Parties, from "The Letters of Hibernicus."

Literary Taste.

DAVID HOSACK

574

FREDERICK DALCHO

575

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY

575

RUTGERS COLLEGE

550

JOHN M. MASON

551

From the Funeral Oration on Washington.

JOSEPH HOPKINSON

583

History of the song of Hall Columbia.

WILLIAM MARTIN JOHNSON

595

On a Snow-Flake falling on a Lady's Breast.

Winter.

Spring.

Fame.

Epitaph on a Lady.

CHIARLES BROCKDEN BROWN

586

First appearaace of Carwin, from “ Wieland."

Yellow Fever Scenes in Philadelphia, 1793, from

**Arthur Mervyn."

THOMAS GREEN FESSENDEN.

595

The Country Lovers, etc.

HOSEA BALLOU

599

Blessings of Christ's Universal Reign.'

ELIHU H. SMITH

599

Epistle to tho Author of the Botanic Garden.

STEPHEN ELLIOTT

601

CHARLES CALDWELL

602

Sketch of the Rev. James Hall, of North Carolina.

WILLIAM CLIFFTON

604

Epistle to W. Gifford, Esq.,

To a Robin.

To Fancy.

Il Penseroso.

Song,

A Flight of Fancy.

WILLIAM RAY.

609

Song.

JOSIAH QUINCY

609

JOHN LATHROP

611

Ode for the Twentieth Anniversary of the Massachu:

setts Charitable Fire Society.

ARCHIBALD ALEXANDER .

614

Natural Scenery seen by the youth and the man.

WILLIAM WIRT

617

James Waddell, the Blind Preacher, from The Bri:

tish Spy."

PAOX

Eloquence of the Pulpit, from "The Old Bachelor."

Jefferson at Monticello, from the “ Eulogium on

Adams and Jefferson."

Patrick Henry, from the "Sketches."

JOHN PICKERING :

625

NATHANIEL BOWDITCH

626

JOHN RANDOLPII

627

Passages from Speeches.

DAVID HITCHCOCK

629

Passage from The Shade of Plato.
WILLIAM BIGELOW

C30

Receipt to make a Magazine:

The Cheerful Parson.

ROBERT TREAT PAINE, JR.

632

From "The Ruling Passion."

Adams and Liberty.

ISAAC STORY

Sign Board.

Ode to Poverty.

Peter's Adieu to the City.

LEONARD WOODS .

636

WILLIAM SULLIVAN

697

Sketch of Hamilton, froin the “ Familiar Letters."

ROBERT GOODLOE HARPER

C38

Passages from Speeches.

MATHEW CAREY

(40

WILLIAM MUNFORD

642

The Gods Miigtig in the Battle, from the twentie:li

took of the Iliad.

PAUL ALLEN

6-13

The Child of Japhet.

LYMAN BEECHER .

644

JOHN HENRY HOBART

645

American Principles of Civil Freedom.

PHILANDER CHASE

646

Father Nash.

JOHN J. AUDUBOV

650

Common Mocking-Bird.

JOHN BLAIR LINN

692

Passage from " The Powers of Genius.“

HENRY CLAY

654

From the Speech on the Greek Revolution, Jan. 20,

1324.

Address to Lafayette on his Reception by the House of

Representatives, Dec. 1), 1824.

From the Valedictory Address to the Senate, 1842.

JOHN SHAW

656

A Sleighing Song.

JOHN BRISTED

657

WILLIAM AUSTIN

658

A Dinner with Godwin, Holcroft, and woicot, from

the " Letters from London."

EDWARD LIVINGSTON

659

ZEBULON MONTGOMERY PIKE

660

JOEL R. POINSETT

661

CLEMENT C. MOORE

662

A Visit from St. Nicholas.

F. S. KEY

663

Song:

The Star-Spangled Banner.

Hymn for the Fourth of July.

AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS

661

SIMON GREENLEAF

664

BEVERLEY TUCKER

665

HENRY COLMAN

666

HENRY LEE

666

SAMUEL G. DRAKE

667

HENRY M. BRACKENRIDGE

669

St. Genevieve on the Mississippi at the close of the

last century.

Notices of the author's father, Judge H. H. Bracken-

ridge.

Adams and Jefferson.

FRANCIS GLASS

678

PINKNEY'S TRAVELS IN FRANCE.

674

Passport Scene at Calais in the days of the Empiro.
Fete Champêtre in a village on a hill at Montreuil.

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Humphreysville, St. 159 Portrait of Samuel Johnson

Portrait and Autograph of Myles 163 Cooper

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