BATTLE OF THE WABASH, THE. G. E. Blake. Philadelphia. 
(See under "The Star Spangled Banner"--for the edition with the words of "Fort McHenry or The Star Spangled Banner" added.)
* DECATUR'S VICTORY. G. E. Blake. Philadelphia. [ca. 1812-1813]
A Favorite New Song. Written by W. Strickland. Price 25 Cents. 4 pp., p. 4 blank.
Illustration: Cannon marked U. S. on carriage, firing into cloud.
¶ The frigate United States, Commodore Stephen Decatur in command, defeated the British Frigate Macedonian on October 25, 1812.
ERIE AND CHAMPLAIN. J. A. & W. Geib. New York. [ca. 1818]
Or Champlain and Plattsburg. An Ode. Written by S. Woodworth for the Columbian--Society in Celebration of the Glorious 10th & 11th of Septembers. (There probably was an edition with an earlier Geib ad. dress.) 4 pp., pp. 1 and 4 blank.
¶ Commodore Perry defeated a British fleet on Lake Erie on September 10th and 11th, 1812.
HULL'S VICTORY. G. E. Blake. Philadelphia. 
A New Patriotic Song. Sung with great applause by Mr. Hardinge, At The Philadelphia Theatre. Written by Joseph Hutton. Composed by John Bray. 4 pp., p. 4 blank.
Quotation:"At five minutes before six P.M. being alongside within half pistol shot, commenced a heavy fire from all our guns, double shotted with round and grape. The fire was kept up for 15 minutes when the mizen mast went by the board, and his main yard in the slings and the hull rigging and sails much torn to pieces; in 15 minutes more the main and fore masts went, on seeing this we ceased firing, so that in 30 minutes after we got fairly alongside the enemy she surrendered, and had not a spar standing." Captain Hull's dispatches. Constitution Capt. Hull, 54 guns 450 men 7 killed and 7 wounded. Guerriere Capt. Dacres, 49 guns 300 men, 15 killed 62 wounded 24 missing."
* HUNTERS OF KENTUCKY, THE. T. Birch. New York. 
Written by S. Woodworth. as Sung in Character by Mr. Petrie with unbounded applause at Chatham Garden Theatre the Symphonies & Ac