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The American hero: a sapphick ode by Nath. Niles. A. M. Norwich, (Connecticut) October 1775.

An ode for the 4th of July 1788. [Philadelphia] Printed by M. Carey [1788] [Positive Photostat.].

Ode to the President of the United States on his arrival at Boston. [Boston, 1789].

An ode, sung at the lecture of the Congregational Charitable Society, in Boston, on the 12th of February, 1795. by Mr. Rea. [4 verses] [Boston 1795].

Ode on the birthday of the President of the United States 1796 [Two columns of verse, with chorus] [Philadelphia, 1796].

To be performed at the Brattle Street Church on Wednesday, February 19, 1800 Ode I. From Vernon's Mount behold the Hero rise! ... Ode II. That matchless form which aw'd the world ... [Boston] From the Chronicle-Press by R. Rhoades. [1800].

Masonic odes---- for 1812. Ode I ... Ode II. [1812].

Ode for the canal celebration, written at the request of the printers of New-York. By Mr. Samuel Woodworth, Printer ... The foregoing ode was printed on a moveable stage, on the 4th day of November, 1825 during the procession in honour of the co

Printers' ode. Written for the celebration of the French revolution, in the City of Washington, October 28, 1830.

God save American. A grand national ode in honor of the glorious anniversary of American independence . . .

Webster festival. Ode to commemorate the civic festival given to the Hon. Daniel Webster. at Faneuil Hall, July 24, 1838.

National temperance ode. Air- America

Ode written by Mrs. Balmanno for the fourth of July, 1849. [c. 1849].

Liberty (an ode). (Or, Sound thy trump, O liberty!) Words by John McChesney. New York, May 1853

Ode to liberty. Cordially dedicated to all the human race

Honor to Washington. A national ode

Inauguration ode. Composed by Mrs. Isabella James. November 20, 1866

Inauguration ode.

Ode to Lincoln's log cabin.

A sort of visual ode to the horse near the entrance to a farm in Hopkins County, Texas

A sort of visual ode to the horse near the entrance to a farm in Hopkins County, Texas

A sort of visual ode to the horse near the entrance to a farm in Hopkins County, Texas

Ode on Washington's birthday. By Mrs. Dr. Macgowan. Gideon & Pearson, Printers, 511 9th street

A Christmas ode

Louisiana. A patrotic ode

Programme. Paine's ode to America. Air-"Rule Britannia."

Ode on the meeting of the Southern Congress

Ode, written for the nineteenth anniversary of the Columbia typographical society. Tune-"My native land."

Louisiana. A patriotic ode

A new song called The tempest: together with an American ode

Ode to the press. By F. M'nerhany. Tune- "The Old oak tree."

Ode on Shanghai Mary, Engine Co. 6. By A Runner. J. Andrews, Printer, 38 Chatham Street, N. Y

Short ode, to be printed on card, on back of which questions will be answered in brief to bird fanciers. (Written by Henry Bishop, the bird man of Baltimore, Md.) [n. d.].

Ode on Shanghai Mary Engine Co. 6. By A Runner. J. Andrews, Printer, 38 Chatham St., N. Y

South Carolina, a patriotic ode. Charleston, S. C., 1861

National Thanksgiving ode. By C. C. Haven. Air- Old hundred. Trenton N. J., November, 1863

South Carolina, a patriotic ode. Charleston, S. C., 1861

Ode. By J. Pierport, Air- " Ye Mariners of England."

Ode, written for, and sung at, the eighteenth anniversary meeting for the Columbia Typographical Society of Washington City, D. C. Air--Marseilles hymn

An ode in honor of the inauguration of Buchanan & Breckinridge, President and Vice President of the United States. March 4, 1857. by Col W. Emmons. F. H Sage's Machine press. Columbia Place. [1857].

Masonic ode

The pearly drops from Ode to Washington

O ne'er to man from Ode to Washington

Ode to music

The star of freedom, an ode for July fourth

Farewell ode

Floral ode

Masonic ode

The pearly drops from Ode to Washington

O ne'er to man from Ode to Washington

Ode to music

The star of freedom, an ode for July fourth

Farewell ode

Floral ode

Masonic ode

O ne'er to man from Ode to Washington

The pearly drops from Ode to Washington

Ode to music

The star of freedom, an ode for July fourth

Farewell ode

Floral ode

Masonic ode

The pearly drops from Ode to Washington

O ne'er to man from Ode to Washington

Ode to music

The star of freedom, an ode for July fourth

Farewell ode

Floral ode

Masonic ode

The pearly drops from Ode to Washington

Ode to music

Floral ode

The pearly drops from Ode to Washington

Ode to music

Floral ode

The pearly drops from Ode to Washington

Ode to music

Floral ode

The pearly drops from Ode to Washington

Ode to music

Floral ode

Ode to music

Floral ode

Floral ode

Floral ode

Floral ode

Floral ode

Floral ode

Thanksgiving ode, op. 37

Thanksgiving ode, op. 37

Thanksgiving ode, op. 37

Thanksgiving ode, op. 37

Thanksgiving ode, op. 37

Patriotic Christian ode

Patriotic Christian ode

Patriotic Christian ode

Patriotic Christian ode

Ode to the flag

Ode to the flag

Ode to the flag