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A poem, on the happiness of America; addressed to the citizens of the United States.

Published: [Hartford] : London printed 1786. Hartford: re-printed by Hudson and Goodwin., [1786]
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A poem, on the happiness of America; addressed to the citizens of the United States.

Published: [Portsmouth, N.H.] : London printed, 1786. Portsmouth: re-printed by George Jerry Osborne., 1790
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A poem, on the happiness of America; addressed to the citizens of the United States.

Published: [Albany] : London, printed. Albany, reprinted by Charles R. and George Webster, & Co., [1788]
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The Fredoniad, or, Independence preserved an epick poem of the late war of 1812

Published: Boston : Published for the author by W. Emmons, 1827
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The patriot a poem. : The duration and advantages of a free government, depend on the wisdom and virtue of "the people,"

Published: Charlestown [Mass.]: : Printed [by John Lamson] for the author., 1798
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The times; a patriotic poem.

Published: Philadelphia: : Printed by W.W. Woodward, no. 36, Chesnut Street, green sign, Franklin's Head., 1795
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The American Revolution: written in scriptural, or, ancient historical style. : "Honi soit qui mal y' pense."

Published: Baltimore: : Printed by W. Pechin, no. 10, Second-Street., [1802]
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An elegy on the times: first printed at Boston, September 20th, A.D. 1774

Published: New-Haven: : Re-printed by Thomas and Samuel Green., 1775
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Hour of freedom : American history in poetry

Published: Honesdale, Pa. : Wordsong/Boyds Mills Press, 2003
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A new epilogue to Cato, spoken at a late performance of that tragedy

Published: [Portsmouth, N.H. : Printed by Daniel Fowle, 1778]
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Oppression A poem.

Published: [Boston] : London: printed. Boston: re-printed and sold [by Samuel Kneeland?] opposite the probate office in Queen-Street., 1765. Price half a pistareen
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A poem on the wonderful interposition of Providence, in preserving a party of the American troops, in the late engagement at Chelsea ..

Published: [Chelmsford, Mass.] : Printed and sold, at Nathaniel Coverly's printing-office in Chelmsford, where may be had a number of pamphlets, &c. At the same place may be had by the groze, dozen or single, poems on the late engagements at Concord, Chelsea, and Charlestown., [1775]
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America : a history in verse

Published: Santa Rosa : Black Sparrow Press, 2000-
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