Songs & Ballads Of the American Revolution

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A Ballad, to the tune of " Smile Britannia," 147.
Adam's Fall, or the Trip to Cambridge, 1775, 99.
Adams, Hannah—Quotation from, 134.
Adams, Samuel—Tory opinions of, 295.
A Fable—A Song, attributed to David Matthews, first Mayor of New York,
237, 240. Allen's Biographical Dictionary—a quotation from, 146. Alphabet for Little Masters and Misses, 88. American Army—swam over the East Eiver, in the retreat from Long Island,
in 1776, 268. American Torpedo—account of, 216. An Affair of Ilonor between General Robert Howe and Christopher Gadsden,
226. An Appeal, 289.
Andre, Major John—Cow Chace, 299 ; Notice of the literary productions of, 314. Anecdote of the Earl of Dartmouth and an American in London, 195. A New Ballad, 1779, 262. A New War Song, by Sir Peter Parker, 135. A Prophecy, or the old year and the new, 1779, 247.
Archer, Henry—author of the song "Volunteer Boys; " notices of, 285, 2S8. Arnold, Benedict—poetical address to, 17S0. 333. Arnold, Oliver—Parody on the " Banks of the Dee;" notice of; anecdote of
S2 ; quotation from, 379. A Song, written by a Refugee, on reading the King's speech, 253. Banks of the Dee—origin of the song, 78, 79 ; Eobert Burns' remarks on, 80:
Oliver Arnold's Parody on, 81. Barlow, Joel—quotation from, 95; notice of, 82.






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