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The Poems of Philip Freneau, Volume III (of III)

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  • POEMS OF PHILIP FRENEAU
    • Volume III
    • THE
  • POEMS OF PHILIP FRENEAU
    • POET OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
      • EDITED FOR The Princeton Historical Association
      • Volume III
        • Princeton, N. J. The University Library 1907
      • Princeton, N. J. The University Library 1907
    • EDITED FOR The Princeton Historical Association
    • Volume III
      • Princeton, N. J. The University Library 1907
    • Princeton, N. J. The University Library 1907
    • CONTENTS
  • PART IV
  • THE PERIOD OF EDITORSHIP
    • 1790—1797
    • THE
  • POEMS OF PHILIP FRENEAU
    • NEVERSINK[1]
      • THE RISING EMPIRE[4]
        • On American Antiquity.[5]
        • A View of Rhode Island[6]
        • Terra Vulpina, or, the Land of Foxes[7]
        • Massachusetts[11]
        • A Batavian Picture[13]
        • Pennsylvania
        • Maryland
        • Old Virginia[16]
      • On American Antiquity.[5]
      • A View of Rhode Island[6]
      • Terra Vulpina, or, the Land of Foxes[7]
      • Massachusetts[11]
      • A Batavian Picture[13]
      • Pennsylvania
      • Maryland
      • Old Virginia[16]
      • LOG-TOWN TAVERN[22]
      • THE WANDERER[24]
      • ON THE DEMOLITION OF FORT-GEORGE
      • CONGRESS HALL, N. Y.[26]
      • EPISTLE TO PETER PINDAR, ESQ.[27]
      • THE NEW ENGLAND SABBATH-DAY CHACE[28]
      • ON THE SLEEP OF PLANTS[29]
      • ON THE DEMOLITION OF AN OLD COLLEGE[30]
      • ON THE DEATH OF DR. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN[31]
      • EPISTLE[32]
      • CONSTANTIA[33]
      • STANZAS
      • THE ORATOR OF THE WOODS[35]
      • NANNY[A]
      • NABBY
      • THE BERGEN PLANTER[38]
      • TOBACCO
      • THE BANISHED MAN[40]
      • THE DEPARTURE[41]
      • THE AMERICAN SOLDIER[42]
      • OCCASIONED[43]
      • LINES[44]
        • The Citizen's Soliloquy
      • The Citizen's Soliloquy
      • TO THE PUBLIC[45]
      • LINES[46]
      • MODERN DEVOTION[47]
      • THE COUNTRY PRINTER[48]
        • I. DESCRIPTION OF HIS VILLAGE
        • II.
        • III. THE OFFICE
        • IV.
      • I. DESCRIPTION OF HIS VILLAGE
      • II.
      • III. THE OFFICE
      • IV.
      • SEVENTEEN HUNDRED AND NINETY-ONE[49]
      • LINES[50]
      • THE PARTING GLASS[51]
      • A WARNING TO AMERICA[52]
      • THE DISH OF TEA[53]
      • ON THE FOURTEENTH OF JULY[54]
      • TO CRISPIN O'CONNER
        • A Back-Woodsman[56]
      • A Back-Woodsman[56]
      • CRISPIN'S ANSWER
      • TO SHYLOCK AP-SHENKIN[57]
      • TO MY BOOK[58]
      • STANZAS[59]
      • TO A PERSECUTED PHILOSOPHER[60]
      • TO AN ANGRY ZEALOT[61]
      • THE P Y R A M I D OF THE FIFTEEN AMERICAN STATES[62]
      • ON THE DEMOLITION OF THE FRENCH MONARCHY[63]
      • ON THE FRENCH REPUBLICANS[64]
      • ON THE PORTRAITS
      • TO A REPUBLICAN
      • ODE TO LIBERTY[67]
      • ODE[68]
      • ON THE DEATH[69]
      • ON THE ANNIVERSARY[70]
      • THOUGHTS ON THE EUROPEAN WAR SYSTEM[71]
      • A MATRIMONIAL DIALOGUE[72]
      • ON THE MEMORABLE[73]
      • TO SHYLOCK AP-SHENKIN[74]
      • PESTILENCE[75]
      • ON DR. SANGRADO'S FLIGHT[76]
      • ELEGY[77]
      • TO SYLVIUS[79]
      • THE BLESSINGS OF THE POPPY[80]
      • QUINTILIAN TO LYCIDAS[81]
      • THE BAY ISLET[82]
      • JEFFERY, OR, THE SOLDIER'S PROGRESS[83]
      • TO SHYLOCK AP-SHENKIN[84]
      • TO A WRITER OF PANEGYRIC[85]
      • THE FOREST BEAU[86]
      • EPISTLE[87]
      • TO A NOISY POLITICIAN[88]
      • THE SEXTON'S SERMON[89]
      • ON A LEGISLATIVE ACT[90]
      • ADDRESSED[91]
      • HERMIT'S VALLEY[92]
      • TO MY BOOK[94]
      • THE REPUBLICAN GENIUS OF EUROPE[95]
      • THE RIVAL SUITORS FOR AMERICA[96]
      • MR. JAY'S TREATY[97]
      • PARODY[98]
      • ON THE INVASION OF ROME[99]
      • ON THE DEATH OF CATHARINE II[100]
      • PREFATORY LINES[101]
      • ON THE WAR[115]
      • TO MYRTALIS[116]
      • TO MR. BLANCHARD[117]
      • ON HEARING[118]
      • MEGARA AND ALTAVOLA[119]
      • THE REPUBLICAN FESTIVAL[120]
      • ODE[121]
      • ADDRESS[126]
      • TO PETER PORCUPINE.[127]
      • ON THE ATTEMPTED LAUNCH[128]
      • ON THE LAUNCHING OF THE FRIGATE CONSTITUTION[129]
      • ON THE FREE USE OF THE LANCET[130]
      • THE BOOK OF ODES[131]
        • ODE I
        • ODE II[132] To the Frigate Constitution
        • ODE III[133] To Duncan Doolittle
        • ODE IV[134] To Pest-Eli-Hali
        • ODE V[135] To Peter Porcupine
        • ODE VI[136] Address to a Learned Pig
        • ODE VII[137] On the Federal City
        • ODE VIII[138] On the City Encroachments on the River Hudson
        • ODE IX[139] On the Frigate Constitution
        • ODE X[140] To Santone Samuel
        • ODE XI[141] To the Philadelphia Doctors
        • ODE XII[142] The Crows and the Carrion
        • ODE XIII[143]
        • On Deborah Gannet
      • ODE I
      • ODE II[132] To the Frigate Constitution
      • ODE III[133] To Duncan Doolittle
      • ODE IV[134] To Pest-Eli-Hali
      • ODE V[135] To Peter Porcupine
      • ODE VI[136] Address to a Learned Pig
      • ODE VII[137] On the Federal City
      • ODE VIII[138] On the City Encroachments on the River Hudson
      • ODE IX[139] On the Frigate Constitution
      • ODE X[140] To Santone Samuel
      • ODE XI[141] To the Philadelphia Doctors
      • ODE XII[142] The Crows and the Carrion
      • ODE XIII[143]
      • On Deborah Gannet
      • ON THE FEDERAL CITY[144]
        • 1797
      • 1797
      • THE ROYAL COCKNEYS IN AMERICA[145]
        • 1797
      • 1797
      • TO THE SCRIBE OF SCRIBES[146]
      • TO THE AMERICANS OF THE UNITED STATES[147]
      • TO A NIGHT-FLY[148]
      • THE INDIAN CONVERT[149]
      • THE PETTIFOGGER,[150]
      • ON A CELEBRATED PERFORMER ON THE VIOLIN[151]
      • NEW YEAR'S VERSES[152]
    • THE RISING EMPIRE[4]
      • On American Antiquity.[5]
      • A View of Rhode Island[6]
      • Terra Vulpina, or, the Land of Foxes[7]
      • Massachusetts[11]
      • A Batavian Picture[13]
      • Pennsylvania
      • Maryland
      • Old Virginia[16]
    • On American Antiquity.[5]
    • A View of Rhode Island[6]
    • Terra Vulpina, or, the Land of Foxes[7]
    • Massachusetts[11]
    • A Batavian Picture[13]
    • Pennsylvania
    • Maryland
    • Old Virginia[16]
    • LOG-TOWN TAVERN[22]
    • THE WANDERER[24]
    • ON THE DEMOLITION OF FORT-GEORGE
    • CONGRESS HALL, N. Y.[26]
    • EPISTLE TO PETER PINDAR, ESQ.[27]
    • THE NEW ENGLAND SABBATH-DAY CHACE[28]
    • ON THE SLEEP OF PLANTS[29]
    • ON THE DEMOLITION OF AN OLD COLLEGE[30]
    • ON THE DEATH OF DR. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN[31]
    • EPISTLE[32]
    • CONSTANTIA[33]
    • STANZAS
    • THE ORATOR OF THE WOODS[35]
    • NANNY[A]
    • NABBY
    • THE BERGEN PLANTER[38]
    • TOBACCO
    • THE BANISHED MAN[40]
    • THE DEPARTURE[41]
    • THE AMERICAN SOLDIER[42]
    • OCCASIONED[43]
    • LINES[44]
      • The Citizen's Soliloquy
    • The Citizen's Soliloquy
    • TO THE PUBLIC[45]
    • LINES[46]
    • MODERN DEVOTION[47]
    • THE COUNTRY PRINTER[48]
      • I. DESCRIPTION OF HIS VILLAGE
      • II.
      • III. THE OFFICE
      • IV.
    • I. DESCRIPTION OF HIS VILLAGE
    • II.
    • III. THE OFFICE
    • IV.
    • SEVENTEEN HUNDRED AND NINETY-ONE[49]
    • LINES[50]
    • THE PARTING GLASS[51]
    • A WARNING TO AMERICA[52]
    • THE DISH OF TEA[53]
    • ON THE FOURTEENTH OF JULY[54]
    • TO CRISPIN O'CONNER
      • A Back-Woodsman[56]
    • A Back-Woodsman[56]
    • CRISPIN'S ANSWER
    • TO SHYLOCK AP-SHENKIN[57]
    • TO MY BOOK[58]
    • STANZAS[59]
    • TO A PERSECUTED PHILOSOPHER[60]
    • TO AN ANGRY ZEALOT[61]
    • THE P Y R A M I D OF THE FIFTEEN AMERICAN STATES[62]
    • ON THE DEMOLITION OF THE FRENCH MONARCHY[63]
    • ON THE FRENCH REPUBLICANS[64]
    • ON THE PORTRAITS
    • TO A REPUBLICAN
    • ODE TO LIBERTY[67]
    • ODE[68]
    • ON THE DEATH[69]
    • ON THE ANNIVERSARY[70]
    • THOUGHTS ON THE EUROPEAN WAR SYSTEM[71]
    • A MATRIMONIAL DIALOGUE[72]
    • ON THE MEMORABLE[73]
    • TO SHYLOCK AP-SHENKIN[74]
    • PESTILENCE[75]
    • ON DR. SANGRADO'S FLIGHT[76]
    • ELEGY[77]
    • TO SYLVIUS[79]
    • THE BLESSINGS OF THE POPPY[80]
    • QUINTILIAN TO LYCIDAS[81]
    • THE BAY ISLET[82]
    • JEFFERY, OR, THE SOLDIER'S PROGRESS[83]
    • TO SHYLOCK AP-SHENKIN[84]
    • TO A WRITER OF PANEGYRIC[85]
    • THE FOREST BEAU[86]
    • EPISTLE[87]
    • TO A NOISY POLITICIAN[88]
    • THE SEXTON'S SERMON[89]
    • ON A LEGISLATIVE ACT[90]
    • ADDRESSED[91]
    • HERMIT'S VALLEY[92]
    • TO MY BOOK[94]
    • THE REPUBLICAN GENIUS OF EUROPE[95]
    • THE RIVAL SUITORS FOR AMERICA[96]
    • MR. JAY'S TREATY[97]
    • PARODY[98]
    • ON THE INVASION OF ROME[99]
    • ON THE DEATH OF CATHARINE II[100]
    • PREFATORY LINES[101]
    • ON THE WAR[115]
    • TO MYRTALIS[116]
    • TO MR. BLANCHARD[117]
    • ON HEARING[118]
    • MEGARA AND ALTAVOLA[119]
    • THE REPUBLICAN FESTIVAL[120]
    • ODE[121]
    • ADDRESS[126]
    • TO PETER PORCUPINE.[127]
    • ON THE ATTEMPTED LAUNCH[128]
    • ON THE LAUNCHING OF THE FRIGATE CONSTITUTION[129]
    • ON THE FREE USE OF THE LANCET[130]
    • THE BOOK OF ODES[131]
      • ODE I
      • ODE II[132] To the Frigate Constitution
      • ODE III[133] To Duncan Doolittle
      • ODE IV[134] To Pest-Eli-Hali
      • ODE V[135] To Peter Porcupine
      • ODE VI[136] Address to a Learned Pig
      • ODE VII[137] On the Federal City
      • ODE VIII[138] On the City Encroachments on the River Hudson
      • ODE IX[139] On the Frigate Constitution
      • ODE X[140] To Santone Samuel
      • ODE XI[141] To the Philadelphia Doctors
      • ODE XII[142] The Crows and the Carrion
      • ODE XIII[143]
      • On Deborah Gannet
    • ODE I
    • ODE II[132] To the Frigate Constitution
    • ODE III[133] To Duncan Doolittle
    • ODE IV[134] To Pest-Eli-Hali
    • ODE V[135] To Peter Porcupine
    • ODE VI[136] Address to a Learned Pig
    • ODE VII[137] On the Federal City
    • ODE VIII[138] On the City Encroachments on the River Hudson
    • ODE IX[139] On the Frigate Constitution
    • ODE X[140] To Santone Samuel
    • ODE XI[141] To the Philadelphia Doctors
    • ODE XII[142] The Crows and the Carrion
    • ODE XIII[143]
    • On Deborah Gannet
    • ON THE FEDERAL CITY[144]
      • 1797
    • 1797
    • THE ROYAL COCKNEYS IN AMERICA[145]
      • 1797
    • 1797
    • TO THE SCRIBE OF SCRIBES[146]
    • TO THE AMERICANS OF THE UNITED STATES[147]
    • TO A NIGHT-FLY[148]
    • THE INDIAN CONVERT[149]
    • THE PETTIFOGGER,[150]
    • ON A CELEBRATED PERFORMER ON THE VIOLIN[151]
    • NEW YEAR'S VERSES[152]
  • PART V
  • THE FINAL PERIOD OF WANDERING
    • 1798—1809
      • THE FINAL PERIOD OF WANDERING
        • 1798—1809[153]
      • 1798—1809[153]
      • ON ARRIVING IN SOUTH CAROLINA, 1798[154]
      • ODE TO THE AMERICANS[155]
      • ON THE WAR PATRONS, 1798[156]
      • TO THE DEMOCRATIC COUNTRY EDITORS[157]
      • THE SERIOUS MENACE[158]
      • REFLECTIONS[159]
      • THE POLITICAL WEATHER-COCK[160]
      • REFLECTIONS[161]
      • COMMERCE[162]
      • ON FALSE SYSTEMS[163]
      • ON THE PROPOSED SYSTEM[164]
      • ON A PROPOSED NEGOTIATION[165]
      • STANZAS TO AN ALIEN[166]
      • STANZAS[167]
      • LINES WRITTEN AT SEA[168]
      • STANZAS[169]
      • STANZAS[170]
      • STANZAS[171]
      • TO THE MEMORY OF EDWARD RUTLEDGE, ESQ.[172]
      • ON THE DEPARTURE OF PETER PORCUPINE[173]
      • THE NAUTICAL RENDEZVOUS[175]
      • TO THE MEMORY[176]
      • TO THE REV. SAMUEL STANHOPE SMITH, D.D.[177]
      • STANZAS
        • Published at the Procession to the Tomb of the Patriots
      • Published at the Procession to the Tomb of the Patriots
      • THE TOMB OF THE PATRIOTS[179][A]
      • ON THE PEAK OF PICO
      • A BACCHANALIAN DIALOGUE
      • STANZAS WRITTEN AT THE ISLAND OF MADEIRA[182]
        • General Note.
      • General Note.
      • ON THE PEAK OF TENERIFFE
        • 1804[183]
      • 1804[183]
      • ANSWER TO A CARD OF INVITATION
      • ON SENIORA JULIA
      • LINES ON SENIORA JULIA
      • ON A RURAL NYMPH
      • ON GENERAL MIRANDA'S EXPEDITION
      • ON THE ABUSE OF HUMAN POWER
      • OCTOBER'S ADDRESS[190]
      • TO A CATY-DID[A][191]
      • ON PASSING BY AN OLD CHURCHYARD[192]
      • STANZAS OCCASIONED BY A MELANCHOLY
        • SURVEY OF AN OLD ENGLISH TOBACCO BOX INSCRIBED 1708[193]
      • SURVEY OF AN OLD ENGLISH TOBACCO BOX INSCRIBED 1708[193]
      • ON THE DEATH OF A MASTER BUILDER
      • ON THE DEATH OF A MASONIC GRAND SACHEM[195]
      • ON A HONEY BEE
      • ON THE FALL OF AN ANCIENT OAK TREE[197]
      • STANZAS ON THE DECEASE OF THOMAS PAINE
    • THE FINAL PERIOD OF WANDERING
      • 1798—1809[153]
    • 1798—1809[153]
    • ON ARRIVING IN SOUTH CAROLINA, 1798[154]
    • ODE TO THE AMERICANS[155]
    • ON THE WAR PATRONS, 1798[156]
    • TO THE DEMOCRATIC COUNTRY EDITORS[157]
    • THE SERIOUS MENACE[158]
    • REFLECTIONS[159]
    • THE POLITICAL WEATHER-COCK[160]
    • REFLECTIONS[161]
    • COMMERCE[162]
    • ON FALSE SYSTEMS[163]
    • ON THE PROPOSED SYSTEM[164]
    • ON A PROPOSED NEGOTIATION[165]
    • STANZAS TO AN ALIEN[166]
    • STANZAS[167]
    • LINES WRITTEN AT SEA[168]
    • STANZAS[169]
    • STANZAS[170]
    • STANZAS[171]
    • TO THE MEMORY OF EDWARD RUTLEDGE, ESQ.[172]
    • ON THE DEPARTURE OF PETER PORCUPINE[173]
    • THE NAUTICAL RENDEZVOUS[175]
    • TO THE MEMORY[176]
    • TO THE REV. SAMUEL STANHOPE SMITH, D.D.[177]
    • STANZAS
      • Published at the Procession to the Tomb of the Patriots
    • Published at the Procession to the Tomb of the Patriots
    • THE TOMB OF THE PATRIOTS[179][A]
    • ON THE PEAK OF PICO
    • A BACCHANALIAN DIALOGUE
    • STANZAS WRITTEN AT THE ISLAND OF MADEIRA[182]
      • General Note.
    • General Note.
    • ON THE PEAK OF TENERIFFE
      • 1804[183]
    • 1804[183]
    • ANSWER TO A CARD OF INVITATION
    • ON SENIORA JULIA
    • LINES ON SENIORA JULIA
    • ON A RURAL NYMPH
    • ON GENERAL MIRANDA'S EXPEDITION
    • ON THE ABUSE OF HUMAN POWER
    • OCTOBER'S ADDRESS[190]
    • TO A CATY-DID[A][191]
    • ON PASSING BY AN OLD CHURCHYARD[192]
    • STANZAS OCCASIONED BY A MELANCHOLY
      • SURVEY OF AN OLD ENGLISH TOBACCO BOX INSCRIBED 1708[193]
    • SURVEY OF AN OLD ENGLISH TOBACCO BOX INSCRIBED 1708[193]
    • ON THE DEATH OF A MASTER BUILDER
    • ON THE DEATH OF A MASONIC GRAND SACHEM[195]
    • ON A HONEY BEE
    • ON THE FALL OF AN ANCIENT OAK TREE[197]
    • STANZAS ON THE DECEASE OF THOMAS PAINE
  • PART VI
  • THE WAR OF 1812
    • 1809—1815
    • THE WAR OF 1812
      • 1809—1815
      • ON THE SYMPTOMS OF HOSTILITIES.[199]
      • LINES ADDRESSED TO MR. JEFFERSON,
      • ON THE PROSPECT OF WAR,
        • AND AMERICAN WRONGS.
      • AND AMERICAN WRONGS.
      • ON THE BRITISH COMMERCIAL DEPREDATIONS.
      • TO AMERICA:
      • THE SUTTLER AND THE SOLDIER.
      • MILITARY RECRUITING
      • ON THE CAPTURE OF THE GUERRIERE,
      • THEODOSIA
      • IN MEMORY OF JAMES LAWRENCE, ESQUIRE,
      • ON THE LAKE EXPEDITIONS
      • THE BATTLE OF LAKE ERIE
      • ON THE CAPTURE
        • OF THE UNITED STATES FRIGATE ESSEX,
      • OF THE UNITED STATES FRIGATE ESSEX,
      • THE TERRIFIC TORPEDOES[201]
        • OR SIR THOMAS HARDY'S SOLILOQUY.
      • OR SIR THOMAS HARDY'S SOLILOQUY.
      • THE NORTHERN MARCH
      • ON POLITICAL SERMONS
      • LINES ON NAPOLEON BONAPARTE[203]
      • ON THE DISMISSION OF BONAPARTE
      • THE PRINCE REGENT'S RESOLVE
      • THE VOLUNTEER'S MARCH[A]
      • THE BATTLE OF STONINGTON
        • ON THE SEABOARD OF CONNECTICUT
      • ON THE SEABOARD OF CONNECTICUT
      • ON THE BRITISH INVASION
        • 1814[204]
      • 1814[204]
      • ON THE ENGLISH DEVASTATIONS
        • AT THE CITY OF WASHINGTON[205]
      • AT THE CITY OF WASHINGTON[205]
      • ON THE CONFLAGRATIONS AT WASHINGTON
      • TO THE LAKE SQUADRONS[206]
      • THE BATTLE OF LAKE CHAMPLAIN
      • A DIALOGUE AT WASHINGTON'S TOMB
      • SIR PETER PETRIFIED
      • ON THE DEATH OF GENERAL ROSS[208]
      • ON THE NAVAL ATTACK NEAR BALTIMORE[209]
      • ON THE BRITISH BLOCKADE
      • ROYAL CONSULTATIONS
      • ON THE LOSS OF THE PRIVATEER BRIGANTINE
        • GENERAL ARMSTRONG
      • GENERAL ARMSTRONG
      • ON THE BRIGANTINE PRIVATEER
      • THE PARADE AND SHAM-FIGHT
      • RETALIATION
      • ON THE LAUNCHING
      • THE BROOK OF THE VALLEY
    • 1809—1815
    • ON THE SYMPTOMS OF HOSTILITIES.[199]
    • LINES ADDRESSED TO MR. JEFFERSON,
    • ON THE PROSPECT OF WAR,
      • AND AMERICAN WRONGS.
    • AND AMERICAN WRONGS.
    • ON THE BRITISH COMMERCIAL DEPREDATIONS.
    • TO AMERICA:
    • THE SUTTLER AND THE SOLDIER.
    • MILITARY RECRUITING
    • ON THE CAPTURE OF THE GUERRIERE,
    • THEODOSIA
    • IN MEMORY OF JAMES LAWRENCE, ESQUIRE,
    • ON THE LAKE EXPEDITIONS
    • THE BATTLE OF LAKE ERIE
    • ON THE CAPTURE
      • OF THE UNITED STATES FRIGATE ESSEX,
    • OF THE UNITED STATES FRIGATE ESSEX,
    • THE TERRIFIC TORPEDOES[201]
      • OR SIR THOMAS HARDY'S SOLILOQUY.
    • OR SIR THOMAS HARDY'S SOLILOQUY.
    • THE NORTHERN MARCH
    • ON POLITICAL SERMONS
    • LINES ON NAPOLEON BONAPARTE[203]
    • ON THE DISMISSION OF BONAPARTE
    • THE PRINCE REGENT'S RESOLVE
    • THE VOLUNTEER'S MARCH[A]
    • THE BATTLE OF STONINGTON
      • ON THE SEABOARD OF CONNECTICUT
    • ON THE SEABOARD OF CONNECTICUT
    • ON THE BRITISH INVASION
      • 1814[204]
    • 1814[204]
    • ON THE ENGLISH DEVASTATIONS
      • AT THE CITY OF WASHINGTON[205]
    • AT THE CITY OF WASHINGTON[205]
    • ON THE CONFLAGRATIONS AT WASHINGTON
    • TO THE LAKE SQUADRONS[206]
    • THE BATTLE OF LAKE CHAMPLAIN
    • A DIALOGUE AT WASHINGTON'S TOMB
    • SIR PETER PETRIFIED
    • ON THE DEATH OF GENERAL ROSS[208]
    • ON THE NAVAL ATTACK NEAR BALTIMORE[209]
    • ON THE BRITISH BLOCKADE
    • ROYAL CONSULTATIONS
    • ON THE LOSS OF THE PRIVATEER BRIGANTINE
      • GENERAL ARMSTRONG
    • GENERAL ARMSTRONG
    • ON THE BRIGANTINE PRIVATEER
    • THE PARADE AND SHAM-FIGHT
    • RETALIATION
    • ON THE LAUNCHING
    • THE BROOK OF THE VALLEY
  • APPENDIX
    • THE AMERICAN VILLAGE.[212]
      • THE FARMER'S WINTER EVENING
        • A POEM
      • A POEM
      • THE MISERABLE LIFE OF A PEDAGOGUE[213]
      • UPON A VERY ANCIENT DUTCH HOUSE ON LONG ISLAND.[214]
    • THE FARMER'S WINTER EVENING
      • A POEM
    • A POEM
    • THE MISERABLE LIFE OF A PEDAGOGUE[213]
    • UPON A VERY ANCIENT DUTCH HOUSE ON LONG ISLAND.[214]
    • B. LIST OF OMITTED POEMS.
      • From the 1786 Edition.
        • From the 1788 Edition.
        • From the 1795 Edition.
        • From the 1809 Edition.
        • From the 1815 edition.
      • From the 1788 Edition.
      • From the 1795 Edition.
      • From the 1809 Edition.
      • From the 1815 edition.
    • From the 1786 Edition.
      • From the 1788 Edition.
      • From the 1795 Edition.
      • From the 1809 Edition.
      • From the 1815 edition.
    • From the 1788 Edition.
    • From the 1795 Edition.
    • From the 1809 Edition.
    • From the 1815 edition.
    • C. BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE POETRY OF PHILIP FRENEAU
      • 1772
        • 1772
        • 1775
        • 1775
        • 1775
        • 1775
        • 1775
        • 1778
        • 1779
        • 1781
        • 1783
        • 1783
        • 1783
        • 1784
        • 1784
        • 1785
        • 1786
        • 1786
        • 1787
        • 1788
        • 1788
        • 1794
        • 1795
        • 1797
        • 1797
        • 1798
        • 1809
        • 1809
        • 1815
        • 1861
        • 1865
        • 1891
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        • 1906
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      • 1891
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