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William McCarty, comp.  The American National Song Book.  1842.
Vol. II: Naval
The Gaspé
The Sailor’s Address
A Favourite Song of the Rebels
The Death of Capt. N. Biddle
On the Memorable Victory by Philip Freneau (1752–1832)
An Ode: ‘Dark is the night, and deep and lowering’ by Mr. Blauvelt
Song: ‘O’er the waste of waters cruising
Truxtun’s Victory
Constitution and Guerriere—1812
Old Ironsides; or, the U. S. Frigate Constitution by William Henry King
Halifax Station—1812
Constitution and Guerriere
On the Capture of the Guerriere
Constitution and Guerriere
The Constitution
The Constitution and Guerriere
Hull’s Victory
The Frigate Constitution by Francis Arden
Constitution and Java
The Battle of Valparaiso
The Ocean-Fight
Battle—a Naval Ode—1815
Enterprise and Boxer—1813
Hornet and Peacock—1813
The General Armstrong—1814
The Battle of Lake Erie—1813
Johnny Bull’s Big Guns
Perry’s Victory on Lake Erie—1813
The Battle of Erie—1813
American Perry—1813
Parliament of England
Tom Junk
On Viewing the Naval Procession at New York
Perry’s Victory
Captain John Paul Jones’s Victory
The Ship
The American Tar
Jones’s Victory
Hail to the Heroes
The Hero of Erie
Captain David Porter
National Song: ‘Ye tars of Columbia, whose glory imparts
Achievements of Our Naval Heroes
Fate of the U.S. Sloop of War L’Epervier
The Sailor’s Life at Sea
The Lieutenant’s Complaint—1815
Parody of an Official Letter from Sir Peter Parker
The Veteran Tar
Naval Ode: ‘Our walls are on the sea’ by James Gates Percival (1795–1856)
Loss of the Hornet
The Dying American Tar
The Battle of Stonington
The Brigantine Privateer, Prince de Neufchatel by Philip Freneau (1752–1832)
On the Naval Attack near Baltimore—Sept. 1814 by Philip Freneau (1752–1832)
A Sailor’s Elegy, on the Fate of the Wasp
Wreck of the Hornet by William Davis Gallagher (1808–1894)
Columbia’s Naval Heroes—1815 by Francis Arden
Ode on Our Naval Victories
The Wasp and Frolic—1813
To the Memory of the Gallant Captain James Lawrence—1813
A Pleasant New Song: ‘O! Johnny Bull is much perplex’d
The Dey of Algiers
The Tars of Columbia—1813
Charge the Can Cheerily—1813
The Tough Yankee Tar
The Ship, Boys—1813
Naval Song: ‘Columbia, how bright is the fresh-blooming wreath
Naval Heroes—1814
The Tars of Columbia—1816
A Sea Piece
Old Ironsides by Oliver Wendell Holmes (1809–1894)
A Sailor’s Life
The Common Cause
Columbia’s Hardy Seamen
The Departure
The Ocean Pilgrim, a Moral Poem
The Sons of the Deep—1815
Sailors’ Indifference
Elegy: ‘Through these drear walls, where fiends horrific reign
The Memory of Commodore Preble
Enterprise of Lieut. Somers
Decatur’s Victory—1812
The Youthful Sailor by John D. Wolfe, Jr.
The Tars of Columbia
The Yankee Tar
The Impressed American
The Appeal
Sons of Freedom, Rise!
Exercising Ship—1803
Yankee Tars by William Darlington (1782–1863)
Death or Victory—1814
Siege of Plattsburgh
The Seven Naval Victories
Brother Jonathan’s Epistle to Johnny Bull—1814
Battle of Plattsburg
My Sailor Laddie
The Warrior’s Return
Rise, Columbia by James C. Holland
Bainbridge’s Victory by L. M. Sargent
Lawrence’s Victory
Decatur’s Victory
Kidnapped Seamen
Rodgers and Victory
Ode: ‘Britannia’s gallant streamers’ by L. M. Sargeant
American Seamen’s Lamentation
John Codline and John Bull
Seamen of Columbia
American Victories
Death or Victory
Ocean’s Liberty
American Tribute
Decatur’s Return
The Caprice of John Bull’s Taste
Yankee Sailors
Yankee Frolics
The Navy
The Trident of Neptune
Decatur and the Navy
Our Naval Heroes
Our Yankee Ships by James Thomas Fields (1817–1881)
Ode: ‘Wide o’er the wilderness of waves
Columbia by James Ellison
Song: ‘When Freedom’s star its last bright gleam
Naval Chronicle
A Yankee Ship and a Yankee Crew by J. S. Jones
To the Pennsylvania Ship of the Line by William Bingham Tappan (1794–1849)
Bold Hawthorne
Mournful Tragedy of James Bird
The Lady Washington
A Whaling Song: ‘When spring returns with western gales’ by John Osborn (1713–1753)
Song: ‘O, haste, ye youthful warriors, fly
Five to One; or, Hotham’s Victory
The Lake Squadrons by Philip Freneau (1752–1832)
On the Launching by Philip Freneau (1752–1832)
On the Lake Expeditions by Philip Freneau (1752–1832)
The Battle of Lake Champlain by Philip Freneau (1752–1832)
Sir Peter Petrified by Philip Freneau (1752–1832)
On the New American Frigate Alliance—1778 by Philip Freneau (1752–1832)
Barney’s Invitation by Philip Freneau (1752–1832)
On the British Blockade, and Expected Attack on New York by Philip Freneau (1752–1832)
In Memory of James Lawrence, Esquire by Philip Freneau (1752–1832)
On the Capture of the United States Frigate Essex by Philip Freneau (1752–1832)
Loss of the Privateer Brigantine General Armstrong by Philip Freneau (1752–1832)
The Courteous Knight; or, the Flying Gallant
Victory on Lake Erie
The Tenth of September
Hull’s Naval Victory
On the Late Royal Sloop of War, General Monk by Philip Freneau (1752–1832)
Erie and Champlain
The True Yankee Sailor
Kiss the Brim and Bid It Pass by Susanna Haswell Rowson (1762–1824)
Truxtun’s Victory by Susanna Haswell Rowson (1762–1824)
Columbian Tars
Perry’s Victory
Decatur’s Grave by William Bingham Tappan (1794–1849)
Hero of the North—or Battle of Lake Erie by Benjamin Whitman, Jr. (1797–1840)
Victory on Lake Champlain by Benjamin Whitman, Jr. (1797–1840)
The Alligator by John Gardiner Calkins Brainard (1795–1828)
Naval Song: ‘When Britain, fired with savage rage’ by Elizabeth Allen
On the Death of Commodore Oliver H. Perry by John Gardiner Calkins Brainard (1795–1828)
A Mariner’s Song by John Gardiner Calkins Brainard (1795–1828)
The Sea-Gull by John Gardiner Calkins Brainard (1795–1828)
Lake Erie by William Bingham Tappan (1794–1849)
Hornet Triumphant
Naval Song—1814: ‘Ye seamen of Columbia!’ by William Maxwell
Perry’s Victory
Brilliant Naval Victories by Henry C. Lewis
Ode Addressed to David Porter
Fourth of July Song: ‘When America first, at Heaven’s command
Naval Song—1815: ‘Come, all ye tars that brave the sea’ by William Maxwell
Ode to Isaac Hull, Esq. by William Maxwell
Perry’s Victory by John Neal (1793–1876)
On Crossing Lake Champlain in the Steamboat Phœnix by Lucretia Maria Davidson (1808–1825)
On the Death of Commodore Bainbridge by H. S. Gibson
Old Ironsides
The American Captive
The Ocean Hero
The Noble Charles Stewart
The Pride of Neptune by Charles Mead
Charley Stewart
Columbia on the Ocean by Henry C. Lewis
The Death of Decatur
Perry’s Victory; or, the Battle of Lake Erie
The Pillar of Glory by Edwin Clifford Holland (1794–1824)
Capture of General Prescott
Battle of the Potomac, with the Malays
To the Congress of the United States by Selleck Osborn (1783–1826)
A Parody on Walter Scott
To Commodore John Rodgers
On a Succession of Our Naval Victories by William Ray (1771–1827)
Song: ‘Hail to the chief, now in glory advancing
King George and “Old Ironsides
Naval Song: ‘High fill the bowl, and round it twine’ by Edwin Clifford Holland (1794–1824)
Our Naval Heroes by Charles L. S. Jones
Sir Peter Parker by Charles L. S. Jones
The Stripe and the Star by Charles L. S. Jones
Our Infant Navy by Charles L. S. Jones
Our Ocean Lakes by Charles L. S. Jones
On the Loss of L’Epervier
On the Character of Commodore Macdonough by Lydia Huntley Sigourney (1791–1865)
Song: ‘Huzza! my boys, the ship Vincennes
A Song of Other Days: ‘When Britain first at Heaven’s command
The Tomb of Burrows
Death of Commodore Perry by Robert Stevenson Coffin (1797–1827)
Loss of the U. S. Ship Wasp by Robert Stevenson Coffin (1797–1827)
The Tripolitan Captive
Lawrence’s Death
Lawrence the Brave
Perry’s Victory
We’ll Be Free on the Sea—1812
The Heroes of Tripoli
Lawrence’s Tid re I
A Song by R. H.—1793
Huzza for Decatur
Saratoga and Morgiana
The Budget of Blunders
New Yankee Doodle
A Ballad: ‘The loud wind roar’d, and fast the rain’ by Alonzo Lewis (1794–1861)
Macdonough’s Victory
Bainbridge’s Tid re I
Old Queen Charlotte
Death of Allen by William Leggett (1801–1839)
The Midshipman
A Song at Sea: ‘Our sails are spread before the wind’ by William Leggett (1801–1839)
Our Navy
A New Song: ‘Ye gallant sons of Liberty
A New Song: ‘Come, all you lads of courage bold
Columbia Victorious
Stanzas: ‘Ye honest tars of Yankee mould
Song: ‘Columbians, the glory and pride of the main
Old Ironsides
Ode: ‘What means this gay assemblage here’ by Robert Milledge Charlton (1807–1854)
Don’t Give up the Ship” by Robert Milledge Charlton (1807–1854)
Death of Macdonough by Robert Stevenson Coffin (1797–1827)
The Phantom Ship
To Captain Lawrence
The Sailor’s Orphans by Thomas Mac Kellar
Yankee Jack
The Pilot



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