2 edition of Ode on the birth-day of the president of the United States. 1796. found in the catalog.
Ode on the birth-day of the president of the United States. 1796.
|Other titles||Hence! pale envy"s step profane!|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 30924.|
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|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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Ode on the birth-day of the president of the United States. Three Patriotic PIECES of the Early Republic, ____ O D E O D E To the PRESIDENT of the UNI- TED STATES on his arrival at BOSTON.
RECITATIVE. ehold the man. whom virtues raise The highest of the patriot throng. To him the muse her homage pays, And tunes the gratulary song.
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