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Songs and music
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|Notes:||Exhortation to the freemen of America; first lines: Hark! the goddess of fame, fair Liberty's dame, has sounded her trumpet victorious.
The American liberty song; first lines: In story we're told how our fathers of old brav'd the rage of the wind and the waves.
Relief cut portrait (Reilly 1563) originally intended to represent John Dickinson, was apparently executed by Paul Revere for Ezekiel Russell, and was first used in Ames, Nathaniel. Astronomical diary; or Almanack for ... 1772. (Evans 11962). Cf. Brigham, C.S. Paul Revere's engravings, Worcester, Mass., 1954, p. 135-136. The cut was used again by Russell in 1775, on a broadside entitled a New liberty song (Bristol B4073).
Imprint date suggested by Ford. Recorded twice by Bristol, with imprint dates of [1775?] and [1776?]. Ezekiel Russell was printing at Salem, Mass., at this time.
Text in two columns.
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|Contents:||Exhortation to the freemen of America.--The American liberty song.|
|Other Titles:||Exhortation to the freemen of America.
American liberty song.