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392                                           INDEX.
Island, in 1776—wounded in the action ; epigram on ; sails for New York.
137. Parody Parodized, or the Massachusetts Liberty Song, 44. Patriot Dinner—description of, 102. Paulding, John, a ballad, 316. Pennsylvania Ledger—song published in, 196. Pennsylvania, lines addressed to the women of, 296. Pennsylvania Magazine ; notice of, IS. Pennsylvania Packet—quotation from, 288. Pennsylvania Song, 90. Pennsylvania—verses by a lady of, 63. Pigot, Sir Eobert, at Ehode Island, in 1778, 235. Pinckney, Charles C.—notice of, 230. Pope's Second Pastoral,—a parody on, 27. Prayer for the Times, 1776, 126. Present Age, The, 1779, 255.
Preston, J. T. Account of the battle of Kings Mountain, 337. Prevost, General—notice of, 273. Providence, R. I.—Liberty tree consecrated at, 21. Pulaski, Count—biographical notice of, 273; he cuts off the head of an "honest
member " of the Continental Congress, 292. Retrospect, an anthem from sundry Scriptures, 243. Revere, Paul—notice of his representation of the Boston massacre, 53. Rivington, James—notice of, 222; remarks of, on the reception of M. Gerard,
the French ambassador, by the Continental Congress, 235; quotations
from, 291, 292. Rogers, Jeremiah Dnmmer—notice of, 16. Roxbury, Mass.—Liberty tree consecrated at, 21. St John (Sention), Peter—notices of, 1,176, 351. St. Leger—pronunciation of, 184. Sandwich, Lord—called " Jemmy Twitchcr,* 81. Saratoga Song, 176.
Savannah—a new song about, 275; account of the siege of, 273, 274. Sears, Isaac—notice of, 77. Bewail, J. M —biographical notice of, 146. Shenstone's Lyrics—quotation from, 80. " Singing Master's Assistant "—quotation from, 242, 243. Smyth, Captain, of the Queen's Rangers—a poet of the revolution, 196. Song for the Red Coats, 176. Sonnet on disbanding the army, 3S5. South Carolina, the ship—capture of, by the British, in 17S2, 371.






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