ANNA. P. A. von Hagen. Boston. 
A New Song the Music Composed by P. A. von Hagen.  pp., pp. 1 and 4 blank.
¶ It is gratifying to head this group with a song written in this country. Most of the music of this period was of foreign origin.
* BATTLE OFF [sic] TRAFALGAR, THE.
G. E. Blake. Philadelphia. [ca. 1810]
A Sonata For the Piano Forte. Composed by the Author of The Siege of Valenciennes. [n. engr.] Price 1 25/100 Dollar. 18 pp., p. 18 blank. Illustration: Naval battle between British and French fleets.
BATTLE OF THE NILE, THE. John Aitken. Philadelphia. 
A Favorite Patriotic English Song. 4 pp., pp. 1 and 4 blank; pp. 2 and 3 both numbered 18 in upper left margin.
* BATTLE OF PRAGUE, THE. G. Graupner. Boston. [ca. 1810]
A Favourite Sonate For The Piano Forte. G. Washington President of The United States. Price 1 Doll. With Accompaniments. 10 pp., p. 2 blank, pp. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 incorrectly numbered. Plate Mark 485 to 492.
Illustration: Medallion bust of General Washington in uniform from the etching by [Wright]. Engr: [ S. Wetherbee].
* BROTHER SOLDIERS ALL HAIL! B. Carr. Philadelphia. 
A Favorite New Patriotic Song in Honor of Washington. Under caption title: A TOAST. Written & Composed by F. Hopkinson Esqr. 4 pp., p. 1 blank, p. 4: flute obligato; words and music also included on p. 4 of A TOAST Written and Composed by Fras. [sic] Hopkinson Esq. Advertised March 21st, 1799"to be published next week."
Illustration: Circular vignette of Washington, with inscription around portrait: Heav'n has lent him in love to mankind to add a new grace to Earth.