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

By Philip Freneau
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  • POEMS OF PHILIP FRENEAU
    • Volume II
    • THE
  • POEMS OF PHILIP FRENEAU
    • POET OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
      • EDITED FOR The Princeton Historical Association
      • Volume II
        • Princeton, N. J. The University Library 1903
      • Princeton, N. J. The University Library 1903
    • EDITED FOR The Princeton Historical Association
    • Volume II
      • Princeton, N. J. The University Library 1903
    • Princeton, N. J. The University Library 1903
    • CONTENTS
  • PART II (Continued)
  • THE FIRST POETIC PERIOD
    • 1775—1781
    • THE
  • POEMS OF PHILIP FRENEAU
    • GEORGE THE THIRD'S SOLILOQUY[1]
      • SIR HARRY'S INVITATION[5]
      • A DIALOGUE BETWEEN HIS BRITANNIC MAJESTY AND MR. FOX[6]
      • THE BRITISH PRISON SHIP[26]
        • Canto I.—The Capture
        • Canto II.—The Prison Ship
        • Canto III.—The Hospital Prison Ship
      • Canto I.—The Capture
      • Canto II.—The Prison Ship
      • Canto III.—The Hospital Prison Ship
      • THE SPY[33]
        • Act II.
        • Act III.
        • Epilogue
      • Act II.
      • Act III.
      • Epilogue
    • SIR HARRY'S INVITATION[5]
    • A DIALOGUE BETWEEN HIS BRITANNIC MAJESTY AND MR. FOX[6]
    • THE BRITISH PRISON SHIP[26]
      • Canto I.—The Capture
      • Canto II.—The Prison Ship
      • Canto III.—The Hospital Prison Ship
    • Canto I.—The Capture
    • Canto II.—The Prison Ship
    • Canto III.—The Hospital Prison Ship
    • THE SPY[33]
      • Act II.
      • Act III.
      • Epilogue
    • Act II.
    • Act III.
    • Epilogue
  • PART III
  • ERA OF THE FREEMAN'S JOURNAL
    • 1781—1790
    • ERA OF THE FREEMAN'S JOURNAL
      • 1781—1790[41]
      • ON THE MEMORABLE VICTORY[42]
      • AN ADDRESS[45]
      • A NEW-YORK TORY[51]
      • TO LORD CORNWALLIS[54]
      • A LONDON DIALOGUE[58]
      • LORD CORNWALLIS TO SIR HENRY CLINTON[60]
      • THE VANITY OF EXISTENCE[65]
      • ON THE FALL OF GENERAL EARL CORNWALLIS
      • TO THE MEMORY OF THE BRAVE AMERICANS[104]
      • ARNOLD'S DEPARTURE[108]
      • PLATO, THE PHILOSOPHER, TO HIS FRIEND THEON[109]
      • PROLOGUE[120]
      • STANZAS[122]
      • THE ROYAL ADVENTURER[123]
      • LORD DUNMORE'S PETITION TO THE LEGISLATURE OF VIRGINIA[124]
      • EPIGRAM[127]
      • A SPEECH[128]
      • RIVINGTON'S LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT[131]
      • LINES
      • LINES
      • A PROPHECY[138]
      • THE ARGONAUT
        • OR, LOST ADVENTURER[141]
      • OR, LOST ADVENTURER[141]
      • THE POLITICAL BALANCE[142]
      • DIALOGUE AT HYDE-PARK CORNER[149]
      • ON THE LATE ROYAL SLOOP OF WAR GENERAL MONK[152]
      • TRUTH ANTICIPATED[153][A]
      • BARNEY'S INVITATION[155]
      • SONG[157]
      • ON SIR HENRY CLINTON'S RECALL[158]
      • SIR GUY CARLETON'S ADDRESS TO THE AMERICANS[163]
      • SCANDANAVIAN WAR SONG[164]
      • THE PROJECTORS[165]
      • ON GENERAL ROBERTSON'S PROCLAMATION[169]
      • A PICTURE OF THE TIMES[172]
      • PRINCE WILLIAM HENRY'S SOLILOQUY[173]
      • SATAN'S REMONSTRANCE[175]
      • THE REFUGEES' PETITION TO SIR GUY CARLETON[177]
      • SIR GUY'S ANSWER
      • TO A CONCEALED ROYALIST[184]
      • TO THE CONCEALED ROYALIST[190]
      • TO THE CONCEALED ROYALIST[195]
      • TO THE ROYALIST UNVEILED[196]
      • TO SHYLOCK AP-SHENKIN[198]
      • THE PROPHECY OF KING TAMMANY[208]
      • RIVINGTON'S REFLECTIONS[209]
        • I.
        • II.
      • I.
      • II.
      • NEW YEAR'S VERSES
      • NEW YEAR'S VERSES[213]
        • POLITICAL BIOGRAPHY[214]
      • POLITICAL BIOGRAPHY[214]
      • HUGH GAINE'S LIFE[A]
      • STANZAS[233]
      • ON THE BRITISH KING'S SPEECH[234]
      • A NEW-YORK TORY'S EPISTLE[238]
      • MANHATTAN CITY[241]
      • VERSES[249]
      • RIVINGTON'S CONFESSIONS[251]
        • PART I
        • PART II
      • PART I
      • PART II
      • A NEWS-MAN'S ADDRESS[272]
      • NEW YEAR'S VERSES[273]
      • THE HAPPY PROSPECT[274]
      • THE DYING INDIAN[275]
        • TOMO-CHEQUI
      • TOMO-CHEQUI
      • LINES[276]
      • THE HURRICANE[277]
      • TO THE KEEPER OF THE KING'S WATER WORKS[278]
      • LINES[280]
      • TO SIR TOBY[286]
      • ELEGY ON MR. ROBERT BELL[287]
      • ON THE FIRST AMERICAN SHIP[288]
      • THE NEWSMONGER[289]
      • SKETCHES OF AMERICAN HISTORY[290]
      • THE PROGRESS OF BALLOONS[291]
      • ON THE EMIGRATION TO AMERICA[293]
      • THE SEASONS MORALIZED[296]
      • ON THE DEATH OF COLONEL LAURENS[297]
      • ON THE VICISSITUDES OF THINGS[299]
      • PEWTER-PLATTER ALLEY[300]
      • ON THE DEATH OF THE REPUBLICAN PATRIOT AND STATESMAN, GENERAL JOSEPH REED[A]
      • A RENEGADO EPISTLE[310]
      • THE AMERICAN SIBERIA[313]
      • EPISTLE TO SYLVIUS[314]
      • THE DEPARTURE[315]
      • A NEWSMAN'S ADDRESS[316]
      • LITERARY IMPORTATION[317]
      • THE ENGLISHMAN'S COMPLAINT[319]
      • THE WILD HONEY SUCKLE[320]
      • ON A BOOK CALLED UNITARIAN THEOLOGY[321]
      • TO ZOILUS[322]
      • ON THE LEGISLATURE OF GREAT-BRITAIN PROHIBITING THE SALE, IN LONDON, OF
      • THE DEATH SONG OF A CHEROKEE INDIAN[325]
      • STANZAS
      • ON THE CREW OF A CERTAIN VESSEL[330]
      • THE BERMUDA ISLANDS[331]
      • FLORIO TO AMANDA[332]
      • PHILANDER: OR THE EMIGRANT[333]
      • THE FAIR SOLITARY[334]
      • AMANDA IN A CONSUMPTION[335]
      • ELEGIAC LINES[336]
      • THE INSOLVENT'S RELEASE[338]
      • MAY TO APRIL[339]
      • TO AN AUTHOR[340]
      • TO MISFORTUNE[357]
      • TO CRACOVIUS PUTRIDUS[358]
      • SLENDER'S JOURNEY[A][360]
        • I. Preliminary Reflections
        • II. Characters of the Travellers
        • III. O'Keef, a Swaggering Captain
        • IV. Touppee: a French Hair Dresser
        • V. Bob: a Ballad Singer
        • VI. O'Bluster: a Seaman
        • VII. Ezekiel: a Rhode-Island Lawyer
        • VIII. The Chapter of Debates
        • IX. The Passage to Burlington
        • X. Vexations and Disasters
        • XI. Conclusion of the Journey
      • I. Preliminary Reflections
      • II. Characters of the Travellers
      • III. O'Keef, a Swaggering Captain
      • IV. Touppee: a French Hair Dresser
      • V. Bob: a Ballad Singer
      • VI. O'Bluster: a Seaman
      • VII. Ezekiel: a Rhode-Island Lawyer
      • VIII. The Chapter of Debates
      • IX. The Passage to Burlington
      • X. Vexations and Disasters
      • XI. Conclusion of the Journey
      • THE HERMIT OF SABA[362]
      • THE INDIAN BURYING GROUND[363]
      • THE INDIAN STUDENT
      • THE MAN OF NINETY
      • ALCINA'S ENCHANTED ISLAND[367]
      • HORACE, LIB. I. ODE 15[368]
      • A SUBSCRIPTION PRAYER[371]
      • EPISTLE TO THE PATRIOTIC FARMER[372]
      • PALEMON TO LAVINIA[373]
      • A NEWSMAN'S ADDRESS[374]
      • ON THE PROSPECT OF A REVOLUTION IN FRANCE[375]
      • TO A DOG[376]
      • TO LYDIA[377]
      • TO CYNTHIA[378]
      • AMANDA'S COMPLAINT[380]
      • HATTERAS[381]
      • ST. CATHARINE'S[A][382]
      • TO MR. CHURCHMAN[383]
      • THE PROCESSION TO SYLVANIA[384]
      • THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS[385]
      • SANGRADO'S EXPEDITION TO SYLVANIA[386]
      • THE DISTREST THEATRE[A][391]
      • TO MEMMIUS[392]
      • End of Volume II
    • 1781—1790[41]
    • ON THE MEMORABLE VICTORY[42]
    • AN ADDRESS[45]
    • A NEW-YORK TORY[51]
    • TO LORD CORNWALLIS[54]
    • A LONDON DIALOGUE[58]
    • LORD CORNWALLIS TO SIR HENRY CLINTON[60]
    • THE VANITY OF EXISTENCE[65]
    • ON THE FALL OF GENERAL EARL CORNWALLIS
    • TO THE MEMORY OF THE BRAVE AMERICANS[104]
    • ARNOLD'S DEPARTURE[108]
    • PLATO, THE PHILOSOPHER, TO HIS FRIEND THEON[109]
    • PROLOGUE[120]
    • STANZAS[122]
    • THE ROYAL ADVENTURER[123]
    • LORD DUNMORE'S PETITION TO THE LEGISLATURE OF VIRGINIA[124]
    • EPIGRAM[127]
    • A SPEECH[128]
    • RIVINGTON'S LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT[131]
    • LINES
    • LINES
    • A PROPHECY[138]
    • THE ARGONAUT
      • OR, LOST ADVENTURER[141]
    • OR, LOST ADVENTURER[141]
    • THE POLITICAL BALANCE[142]
    • DIALOGUE AT HYDE-PARK CORNER[149]
    • ON THE LATE ROYAL SLOOP OF WAR GENERAL MONK[152]
    • TRUTH ANTICIPATED[153][A]
    • BARNEY'S INVITATION[155]
    • SONG[157]
    • ON SIR HENRY CLINTON'S RECALL[158]
    • SIR GUY CARLETON'S ADDRESS TO THE AMERICANS[163]
    • SCANDANAVIAN WAR SONG[164]
    • THE PROJECTORS[165]
    • ON GENERAL ROBERTSON'S PROCLAMATION[169]
    • A PICTURE OF THE TIMES[172]
    • PRINCE WILLIAM HENRY'S SOLILOQUY[173]
    • SATAN'S REMONSTRANCE[175]
    • THE REFUGEES' PETITION TO SIR GUY CARLETON[177]
    • SIR GUY'S ANSWER
    • TO A CONCEALED ROYALIST[184]
    • TO THE CONCEALED ROYALIST[190]
    • TO THE CONCEALED ROYALIST[195]
    • TO THE ROYALIST UNVEILED[196]
    • TO SHYLOCK AP-SHENKIN[198]
    • THE PROPHECY OF KING TAMMANY[208]
    • RIVINGTON'S REFLECTIONS[209]
      • I.
      • II.
    • I.
    • II.
    • NEW YEAR'S VERSES
    • NEW YEAR'S VERSES[213]
      • POLITICAL BIOGRAPHY[214]
    • POLITICAL BIOGRAPHY[214]
    • HUGH GAINE'S LIFE[A]
    • STANZAS[233]
    • ON THE BRITISH KING'S SPEECH[234]
    • A NEW-YORK TORY'S EPISTLE[238]
    • MANHATTAN CITY[241]
    • VERSES[249]
    • RIVINGTON'S CONFESSIONS[251]
      • PART I
      • PART II
    • PART I
    • PART II
    • A NEWS-MAN'S ADDRESS[272]
    • NEW YEAR'S VERSES[273]
    • THE HAPPY PROSPECT[274]
    • THE DYING INDIAN[275]
      • TOMO-CHEQUI
    • TOMO-CHEQUI
    • LINES[276]
    • THE HURRICANE[277]
    • TO THE KEEPER OF THE KING'S WATER WORKS[278]
    • LINES[280]
    • TO SIR TOBY[286]
    • ELEGY ON MR. ROBERT BELL[287]
    • ON THE FIRST AMERICAN SHIP[288]
    • THE NEWSMONGER[289]
    • SKETCHES OF AMERICAN HISTORY[290]
    • THE PROGRESS OF BALLOONS[291]
    • ON THE EMIGRATION TO AMERICA[293]
    • THE SEASONS MORALIZED[296]
    • ON THE DEATH OF COLONEL LAURENS[297]
    • ON THE VICISSITUDES OF THINGS[299]
    • PEWTER-PLATTER ALLEY[300]
    • ON THE DEATH OF THE REPUBLICAN PATRIOT AND STATESMAN, GENERAL JOSEPH REED[A]
    • A RENEGADO EPISTLE[310]
    • THE AMERICAN SIBERIA[313]
    • EPISTLE TO SYLVIUS[314]
    • THE DEPARTURE[315]
    • A NEWSMAN'S ADDRESS[316]
    • LITERARY IMPORTATION[317]
    • THE ENGLISHMAN'S COMPLAINT[319]
    • THE WILD HONEY SUCKLE[320]
    • ON A BOOK CALLED UNITARIAN THEOLOGY[321]
    • TO ZOILUS[322]
    • ON THE LEGISLATURE OF GREAT-BRITAIN PROHIBITING THE SALE, IN LONDON, OF
    • THE DEATH SONG OF A CHEROKEE INDIAN[325]
    • STANZAS
    • ON THE CREW OF A CERTAIN VESSEL[330]
    • THE BERMUDA ISLANDS[331]
    • FLORIO TO AMANDA[332]
    • PHILANDER: OR THE EMIGRANT[333]
    • THE FAIR SOLITARY[334]
    • AMANDA IN A CONSUMPTION[335]
    • ELEGIAC LINES[336]
    • THE INSOLVENT'S RELEASE[338]
    • MAY TO APRIL[339]
    • TO AN AUTHOR[340]
    • TO MISFORTUNE[357]
    • TO CRACOVIUS PUTRIDUS[358]
    • SLENDER'S JOURNEY[A][360]
      • I. Preliminary Reflections
      • II. Characters of the Travellers
      • III. O'Keef, a Swaggering Captain
      • IV. Touppee: a French Hair Dresser
      • V. Bob: a Ballad Singer
      • VI. O'Bluster: a Seaman
      • VII. Ezekiel: a Rhode-Island Lawyer
      • VIII. The Chapter of Debates
      • IX. The Passage to Burlington
      • X. Vexations and Disasters
      • XI. Conclusion of the Journey
    • I. Preliminary Reflections
    • II. Characters of the Travellers
    • III. O'Keef, a Swaggering Captain
    • IV. Touppee: a French Hair Dresser
    • V. Bob: a Ballad Singer
    • VI. O'Bluster: a Seaman
    • VII. Ezekiel: a Rhode-Island Lawyer
    • VIII. The Chapter of Debates
    • IX. The Passage to Burlington
    • X. Vexations and Disasters
    • XI. Conclusion of the Journey
    • THE HERMIT OF SABA[362]
    • THE INDIAN BURYING GROUND[363]
    • THE INDIAN STUDENT
    • THE MAN OF NINETY
    • ALCINA'S ENCHANTED ISLAND[367]
    • HORACE, LIB. I. ODE 15[368]
    • A SUBSCRIPTION PRAYER[371]
    • EPISTLE TO THE PATRIOTIC FARMER[372]
    • PALEMON TO LAVINIA[373]
    • A NEWSMAN'S ADDRESS[374]
    • ON THE PROSPECT OF A REVOLUTION IN FRANCE[375]
    • TO A DOG[376]
    • TO LYDIA[377]
    • TO CYNTHIA[378]
    • AMANDA'S COMPLAINT[380]
    • HATTERAS[381]
    • ST. CATHARINE'S[A][382]
    • TO MR. CHURCHMAN[383]
    • THE PROCESSION TO SYLVANIA[384]
    • THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS[385]
    • SANGRADO'S EXPEDITION TO SYLVANIA[386]
    • THE DISTREST THEATRE[A][391]
    • TO MEMMIUS[392]
    • End of Volume II
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