(Not connected with any war)
ACQUISITION OF LOUISIANA, THE. Printed for the author.
G. Willig. Philadelphia. [ca. 1803]
A National Song. Written by Michael Fortune. The music by an Amateur.  pp., pp. 1 and 4 blank.
AMERICA, COMMERCE AND FREEDOM.
Carr's Musical Repository. Philadelphia. 
Sung by Mr. Darley, Junr., in the Ballet Pantomime of The Sailor's Landlady. Composed by A. Reinagle.  pp., pp. 1 and 4 blank.
AMERICAN SOLDIER, THE. G. Willig. Philadelphia. [ca. 1798]
Music by J. Gauline.  pp., pp. 1 and 4 blank.
* BATTLE OF TRENTON, THE. James Hewitt. New York. 
A Sonata for the Piano Forte. Dedicated to General Washington. 14 pp.
Illustration: Medallion bust of George Washington in uniform. Flags to right and left. Columbia holding staff with liberty cap. At bottom: Cannon, cannon balls and drum with E Pluribus Unum.
¶ There is an interpolation in the music of Washington's March and Yankee Doodle.
* FAEDERAL [sic.] MARCH. [ A. Reinagle. Philadelphia. ca. 1788]
As Performed In The Grand Procession In Philadelphia the 4th of July, 1788. Composed and adapted for the Piano Forte Violin or German Flute by Alex. Reinagle.  leaf.
Illustration: At upper left of copy: Liberty cap on pole. Pole mounted on globe. Six egg shaped rocks or ornaments at base.
¶ There are three distinct editions known of the above. The above--unpaged--is believed to be the first. The second has a page number in the upper right corner. The third is printed on the last page of an edition of CHORUS SUNG BEFORE GEN. WASHINGTON,--an odd variation of the latter composition.
The FAEDERAL MARCH celebrated the adoption of the Federal Constitution, which did not go into effect until 1789.
HAIL LIBERTY. B. Carr. Philadelphia. 
Sung by Mr. Darley Junr. at the Vauxhall Gardens Philadelphia and in the Patriot. Price 25 Cents.  pp., pp. 1 and 4 blank.