* CHIVALROUS NIGHT OF FRANCE, THE. John Cole. Baltimore. 1824 Written on the occasion of General La Fayettes Visit To, America in 1824 By Col. W. H. Hamilton. The Music by C. Meineke. 4 pp., p. 4 blank. Engr[aver]: I. Sands.
Illustration: Armed knight standing before an encampment of tents. At head of first page, music at bottom.
* COME HONOR THE BRAVE. G. E. Blake. Philadelphia. [ca. 1824] Written By Mr. W. Strickland in commemoration of the arrival of Genl. La Fayette. Arranged to a popular air by A. B. _____
Quotation: "Grand civic arch erecting in Chesnut Street opposite the State house. Also My HEART'S IN THE HIGHLANDS."  pp., pp. 1 and 4 blank.
Illustration: The name of "Lafayette" appears above the keystone of the arch, which is described above in the reading matter.
¶ The melody of this song is My HEART'S IN THE HIGHLANDS. Words of the latter are printed at the bottom of page 3.
* HAIL LA FAYETTE. G. E. Blake. Philadelphia. 1824 Written by Major J. H. Barker. A tribute of respect to that illustrious friend of Liberty on his arrival in the United States. Adapted to Gen'l. La Fayette's March, the Marsellois Hymn. The Music Arranged for a full Military Band at the request of the Committee of Arrangement by F. Fest. 4 pp. Engr[aved]. by W. Woodruff.
Illustration: Vignette of Lafayette enclosed in laurel wreath; eagle above word "Lafayette" holding ribbon bearing inscription: "The Nation's Guest"; 13 stars above ribbon.
LA FAYETTE'S WELCOME. E. Riley. New York. 1824 Sung by Mr. Keene, at Chatham Garden Theatre, Written by S. Woodworth [Author of "The Old Oaken Bucket."] Composed with an Accompt. for the Piano Forte, By C. Meineke, of Baltimore. Imprint of Riley follows. Under imprint appears one stanza of a poem that does not fit the music of LAFAYETTE'S WELCOME.
The fathers in glory shall sleep, That gather'd with thee to the fight, But the sons will eternally keep, The tablet of gratitude bright.