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[ Loyal and humorous songs, on recent occasions
Briton in New-York.

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[ Loyal and humorous songs, on recent occasions
birth and coronation odes, poems, serious and sarcastical, martial airs and choruses, constitutional toasts and sentiments, calculated to promote loyalty and unanimity
by a Briton in New-York. ; With a copy of a letter from E ... H ... in London to Dr. Rogers in New-York, 1770. ; [Two lines of verse] ; To which is added, several favourite old songs, with some new ones, by respectable subscribers, concluding with a cantata, called The procession, with the standard of faction, containing recitatives, airs and songs, characterizing the most violent persecutors of the New-York loyalists.]

Published 1779 by Printed by Hugh Gaine? in [New York? .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

The American Antiquarian Society copy is a fragment, consisting of p. 17-76, with signatures C through I in fours and two leaves of gathering K. Title taken from Evans, who evidently derived it from an advertisement by Hugh Gaine in the New-York gazette and weekly Mercury for Oct. 11, 1779. The "Song. The queen's birth day. Newtown, Queen's County, Long-Island, May 19, 1779," p. 61, supports the supposed date and place of publication.

"Copy of a letter from E-- H--d, of London, in the year 1770, to the Reverend Doctor Rogers, of New-York. London, Nov. 15, 1770."--p. 57-59.

"New and old compositions, by favour of respectable subscribers."--p. 60-72.

"The procession, with the standard of faction, a cantata."--p. 73-76+

Evans 16326.

Lowens, I. Songsters, 30.

Microfiche. [New York : Readex Microprint, 1985] 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 16326)

Series
Early American imprints -- no. 16326.
Other Titles
New and old compositions., Procession, with the standard of faction, a cantata.

The Physical Object

Format
Microform
Pagination
17-76+ p.
Number of pages
76

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL14604226M

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