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Freneau, Philip M
Freneau, Philip Morin
Salem, Hezekiah (pseud. de Philip Morin Freneau)
Salem, Hezekiah (pseudonym)
Slender, Robert (pseudonym)
American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Bailey, Francis (ca. 1735-1815)
Bell, Michael Davitt
Hiltner, Judith R.
Jacobi, Frederick (1891-1952))
Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress)
Leary, Lewis Gaston (1906-1990)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Pattee, Fred Lewis (1863-1950)
American village, The
collection of poems on American affairs and a variety of other subjects chiefly moral and political (1815), A
Father Bombo's pilgrimage to Mecca, 1770
final poems of Philip Freneau, The : (1827-1828)
Freneau sampler, A
inquiry into the human mind, on the principles of common sense., An
journey from Philadelphia ... 1787:, A
journey from Philadelphia to New-York, by way of Burlington and South-Amboy, A
Last poems of Philip Freneau. Edited by Lew's Leary, The
Last poemsof Philip Freneau. Edited by Lewis Leary, The
Letters on various interesting and important subjects [etc.] corrected and much enlarged
Letters on various interesting and important subjects : many of which have appeared in the Aurora : corrected and much enlarged
Means for the preservation of public liberty : an oration delivered in the New Dutch Church, on the Fourth of July, 1797 ...
miscellaneous works of Mr. Philip Freneau, The : containing his essays, and additional poems.
newspaper verse of Philip Freneau, The : an edition and bibliographical survey
Philip Morin Freneau and Peter Freneau correspondence
poem on the rising glory of America, A : being an exercise delivered at the public commencement at Nassau-Hall, September 25, 1771.
poems (1786) and Miscellaneous works (1788) of Philip Freneau, The
poems of Philip Freneau ... 1902-07., The
poems of Philip Freneau, poet of the American revolution; ed. for the Princeton historical association by Fred Lewis Pattee ..., The
Poems of Philip Freneau, poet of the American revolution. Edited... by Fred Lewis Pattee,..., The
poems of Philip Freneau, The : poet of the American Revolution
poems of Philip Freneau, The : written chiefly during the late war.
Poems on several occasions
Poems on various subjects, but chiefly illustrative of the events and actors in the American War of Independence.
Poems relating to the American revolution
Poems written and published during the American revolutionary war a facsimile reproduction
Poems written between the years 1768 & 1794 by Philip Freneau, of New Jersey
probationary odes of Jonathan Pindar, Esq. a cousin of Peter's, and candidate for the post of poet laureat to the C.U.S In two parts. [Two lines in Latin from Horace], The
probationary odes of Jonathan Pindar, esq. [pseud.] a cousin of Peter's, and candidate for the post of poet laureat to the C.U.S. In Two parts ..., The
Prose of Philip Freneau. Selected... by Philip M. Marsh, The
Rising glory of America
Some account of the capture of the ship "Aurora,"
Three songs : medium, high voice
Time-piece, and literary companion, The
Time piece (New York, N.Y.)
Tomo cheeki, the creek Indian in Philadelphia
village merchant a poem., The : To which is added The country printer. : [Four lines of verse].
writings in prose and verse of Hezekiah Salem, late of new England, The : to which is added an account of his last Yankee venture