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Songs and music
|All Authors / Contributors:||
George H Andrews; John G Hunt; Hiram Hunt; Thomas Moore; J.G. & H. Hunt (Firm),
|Notes:||Verse in seven stanzas, with chorus: Sung with unbounded applause, at the Boston Theatre, by Mr. Andrews; first line: I Snum, I am a Yankee lad.
Followed by verse in four stanzas: Humble wish, or the woodpecker; first line: I knew by the smoke that so gracefully curl'd.
Text in two columns; imprint printed vertically between columns.
The poem "Humble wish, or The woodpecker" was published in 1804 by Irish poet Thomas Moore under the title "Ballad stanzas."
At head of first column is a relief cut of a Chinese man holding a tea plant; at head of second column is a cut of a ship beside a wharf with cargo.
The firm of J.G. & H. Hunt was at this address from 1834 to 1836.
N-YHS copy slightly mutilated at corners, not affecting text; fabric lining.
|Description:||1 sheet ( p.) : ill. (relief cuts) ; 27 x 22 cm.|
|Other Titles:||Humble wish, or the Woodpecker.
I knew by the smoke that so gracefully curl'd.
I Snum, I am a Yankee lad