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

By Philip Freneau
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Table of Contents
  • POEMS OF PHILIP FRENEAU
    • Volume I
    • THE
  • POEMS OF PHILIP FRENEAU
    • POET OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
      • EDITED FOR The Princeton Historical Association
      • Volume I
        • Princeton N. J. The University Library 1902
      • Princeton N. J. The University Library 1902
    • EDITED FOR The Princeton Historical Association
    • Volume I
      • Princeton N. J. The University Library 1902
    • Princeton N. J. The University Library 1902
    • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
  • LIFE OF PHILIP FRENEAU
    • 1752-1832
    • LIFE OF PHILIP FRENEAU
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • VIII.
  • PART I
  • EARLY POEMS
    • 1768—1775
    • THE
  • POEMS OF PHILIP FRENEAU
    • THE HISTORY OF THE PROPHET JONAH[29]
      • Canto I.
        • Canto II.
        • Canto III.
        • Canto IV.
      • Canto II.
      • Canto III.
      • Canto IV.
      • THE ADVENTURES OF SIMON SWAUGUM, A VILLAGE MERCHANT[30]
        • Preliminary Particulars
        • The Shop Described and the Merchant's Outset
        • His Journey to the Metropolis; and Mercantile Transactions
        • The Merchant's Return
        • The Catastrophe, or the Broken Merchant
        • The Puncheon's Eulogy
        • Epilogue[31]
      • Preliminary Particulars
      • The Shop Described and the Merchant's Outset
      • His Journey to the Metropolis; and Mercantile Transactions
      • The Merchant's Return
      • The Catastrophe, or the Broken Merchant
      • The Puncheon's Eulogy
      • Epilogue[31]
      • THE PYRAMIDS OF EGYPT[32]
      • THE MONUMENT OF PHAON[33]
      • THE POWER OF FANCY[35]
      • THE PRAYER OF ORPHEUS
      • THE DESERTED FARM-HOUSE[36]
      • THE CITIZEN'S RESOLVE[37]
      • THE DYING ELM[42]
      • COLUMBUS TO FERDINAND[43]
      • THE RISING GLORY OF AMERICA[45]
        • Argument
      • Argument
      • A POEM ON THE RISING GLORY OF AMERICA
        • Argument
      • Argument
      • ON RETIREMENT[46]
      • DISCOVERY[47]
      • THE PICTURES OF COLUMBUS, THE GENOESE[48]
        • Picture I.
        • Picture II.[51]
        • Picture III.
        • Picture IV.
        • Picture V.
        • Picture VI.
        • Picture VII.
        • Picture VIII.
        • Picture IX.
        • Picture X.
        • Picture XI.
        • Picture XII.
        • Picture XIII.
        • Picture XIV.
        • Picture XV.
        • Picture XVI.
        • Picture XVII.
        • Picture XVIII.
      • Picture I.
      • Picture II.[51]
      • Picture III.
      • Picture IV.
      • Picture V.
      • Picture VI.
      • Picture VII.
      • Picture VIII.
      • Picture IX.
      • Picture X.
      • Picture XI.
      • Picture XII.
      • Picture XIII.
      • Picture XIV.
      • Picture XV.
      • Picture XVI.
      • Picture XVII.
      • Picture XVIII.
      • THE EXPEDITION OF TIMOTHY TAURUS, ASTROLOGER
        • To the Falls of Passaick River, in New Jersey[59]
        • Characters of the Poem
      • To the Falls of Passaick River, in New Jersey[59]
      • Characters of the Poem
    • Canto I.
      • Canto II.
      • Canto III.
      • Canto IV.
    • Canto II.
    • Canto III.
    • Canto IV.
    • THE ADVENTURES OF SIMON SWAUGUM, A VILLAGE MERCHANT[30]
      • Preliminary Particulars
      • The Shop Described and the Merchant's Outset
      • His Journey to the Metropolis; and Mercantile Transactions
      • The Merchant's Return
      • The Catastrophe, or the Broken Merchant
      • The Puncheon's Eulogy
      • Epilogue[31]
    • Preliminary Particulars
    • The Shop Described and the Merchant's Outset
    • His Journey to the Metropolis; and Mercantile Transactions
    • The Merchant's Return
    • The Catastrophe, or the Broken Merchant
    • The Puncheon's Eulogy
    • Epilogue[31]
    • THE PYRAMIDS OF EGYPT[32]
    • THE MONUMENT OF PHAON[33]
    • THE POWER OF FANCY[35]
    • THE PRAYER OF ORPHEUS
    • THE DESERTED FARM-HOUSE[36]
    • THE CITIZEN'S RESOLVE[37]
    • THE DYING ELM[42]
    • COLUMBUS TO FERDINAND[43]
    • THE RISING GLORY OF AMERICA[45]
      • Argument
    • Argument
    • A POEM ON THE RISING GLORY OF AMERICA
      • Argument
    • Argument
    • ON RETIREMENT[46]
    • DISCOVERY[47]
    • THE PICTURES OF COLUMBUS, THE GENOESE[48]
      • Picture I.
      • Picture II.[51]
      • Picture III.
      • Picture IV.
      • Picture V.
      • Picture VI.
      • Picture VII.
      • Picture VIII.
      • Picture IX.
      • Picture X.
      • Picture XI.
      • Picture XII.
      • Picture XIII.
      • Picture XIV.
      • Picture XV.
      • Picture XVI.
      • Picture XVII.
      • Picture XVIII.
    • Picture I.
    • Picture II.[51]
    • Picture III.
    • Picture IV.
    • Picture V.
    • Picture VI.
    • Picture VII.
    • Picture VIII.
    • Picture IX.
    • Picture X.
    • Picture XI.
    • Picture XII.
    • Picture XIII.
    • Picture XIV.
    • Picture XV.
    • Picture XVI.
    • Picture XVII.
    • Picture XVIII.
    • THE EXPEDITION OF TIMOTHY TAURUS, ASTROLOGER
      • To the Falls of Passaick River, in New Jersey[59]
      • Characters of the Poem
    • To the Falls of Passaick River, in New Jersey[59]
    • Characters of the Poem
  • PART II
  • THE FIRST POETIC PERIOD
    • 1775—1781
    • THE FIRST POETIC PERIOD
    • 1775-1781[60]
      • A POLITICAL LITANY[61]
      • AMERICAN LIBERTY, A POEM[69]
        • Argument
      • Argument
      • GENERAL GAGE'S SOLILOQUY[71]
      • THE MIDNIGHT CONSULTATIONS;[86]
        • OR, A TRIP TO BOSTON
        • Epilogue
      • OR, A TRIP TO BOSTON
      • Epilogue
      • A VOYAGE TO BOSTON, A POEM
        • Argument
      • Argument
      • THE SILENT ACADEMY[98]
      • LINES TO A COASTING CAPTAIN[99]
      • TO THE AMERICANS[101]
        • On the Rumoured Approach of the Hessian Forces, Waldeckers, &c. (Published 1775)
      • On the Rumoured Approach of the Hessian Forces, Waldeckers, &c. (Published 1775)
      • THE VERNAL AGUE
      • GENERAL GAGE'S CONFESSION[116]
      • THE DISTREST SHEPHERDESS[121]
      • MARS AND HYMEN[122]
      • MAC SWIGGEN[145]
        • A Satire
      • A Satire
      • THE HOUSE OF NIGHT[157]
      • THE JAMAICA FUNERAL[158]
        • 1776
        • The Sermon
      • 1776
      • The Sermon
      • THE BEAUTIES OF SANTA CRUZ[A][159]
        • 1776
      • 1776
      • ON A HESSIAN DEBARKATION[160]
        • 1776
      • 1776
      • THE JEWISH LAMENTATION AT EUPHRATES[161]
      • AMERICA INDEPENDENT
      • ON AMANDA'S SINGING BIRD[166]
      • ON THE NEW AMERICAN FRIGATE ALLIANCE[170]
      • ON THE DEATH OF CAPTAIN NICHOLAS BIDDLE[171]
      • CAPTAIN JONES'S INVITATION[174]
      • THE SEA VOYAGE[176]
      • End of Vol. I
    • A POLITICAL LITANY[61]
    • AMERICAN LIBERTY, A POEM[69]
      • Argument
    • Argument
    • GENERAL GAGE'S SOLILOQUY[71]
    • THE MIDNIGHT CONSULTATIONS;[86]
      • OR, A TRIP TO BOSTON
      • Epilogue
    • OR, A TRIP TO BOSTON
    • Epilogue
    • A VOYAGE TO BOSTON, A POEM
      • Argument
    • Argument
    • THE SILENT ACADEMY[98]
    • LINES TO A COASTING CAPTAIN[99]
    • TO THE AMERICANS[101]
      • On the Rumoured Approach of the Hessian Forces, Waldeckers, &c. (Published 1775)
    • On the Rumoured Approach of the Hessian Forces, Waldeckers, &c. (Published 1775)
    • THE VERNAL AGUE
    • GENERAL GAGE'S CONFESSION[116]
    • THE DISTREST SHEPHERDESS[121]
    • MARS AND HYMEN[122]
    • MAC SWIGGEN[145]
      • A Satire
    • A Satire
    • THE HOUSE OF NIGHT[157]
    • THE JAMAICA FUNERAL[158]
      • 1776
      • The Sermon
    • 1776
    • The Sermon
    • THE BEAUTIES OF SANTA CRUZ[A][159]
      • 1776
    • 1776
    • ON A HESSIAN DEBARKATION[160]
      • 1776
    • 1776
    • THE JEWISH LAMENTATION AT EUPHRATES[161]
    • AMERICA INDEPENDENT
    • ON AMANDA'S SINGING BIRD[166]
    • ON THE NEW AMERICAN FRIGATE ALLIANCE[170]
    • ON THE DEATH OF CAPTAIN NICHOLAS BIDDLE[171]
    • CAPTAIN JONES'S INVITATION[174]
    • THE SEA VOYAGE[176]
    • End of Vol. I
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