ADAMS AND LIBERTY. [ Thomas & Andrews. Boston. 1798.] [ First Edition]
The Boston Patriotic Song. Written by Thomas Paine, A.M. Advertised in the Columbian Centinel, May 30, 1798. Publisher's name written in on copies.  pp., pp. 1 and 4 blank, p. 3 numbered [  ]. Music Type.
ADAMS AND WASHINGTON. P. A. von Hagen Jun. & Co. Boston 
A New Patriotic Song. the Music Composed by P. A. von Hagen Jr.  pp., pp. 1 and 4 blank; p. 3 is marked p. 2.
COLUMBIA AND LIBERTY. Linley & Moore. Boston. 
A New Patriotic Song. Written by Mr. Davenport. The Music composed by Doctor Arne. [ [Price, 25 Cts.] ] [Tune: RULE BRITANNIA.]  pp., pp. 1 and 4 blank; p. 3 marked "2."
GREEN MOUNTAIN FARMER, THE. Linley & Moore. Boston. 
A new Patriotic Song. Written by Thomas Paine, A.M. The Music & accompaniments by the celebrated Shield. Advertised October, 1798.  pp., pp. 1 and 4 blank. At lower margin p. 3: Copy right Secured.
* [HAIL COLUMBIA.] THE FAVORITE NEW FEDERAL SONG. [ B. Carr. Philadelphia. 1798]
(See under "Hail Columbia.")
* LADIES PATRIOTIC SONG, THE. G. Gilfert. New York. [ca. 1798]
Sung by Mrs. Hodgkinson With Universal Applause At the Columbia Gardens.  pp., pp. 1 and 4 blank.
Illustration: Oval bust of George Washington engraved at head of p. 2. First line: "Columbians arise Independence proclaim."
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Publication information: Book title: Early American Sheet Music:Its Lure and Its Lore, 1768-1889. Contributors: Harry Dichter - Author, Elliott Shapiro - Author. Publisher: R.R. Bowker Co.. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 1941. Page number: 24.
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