John H. Hewitt

Timeline of works

  • [n.d.]
    Master and Pupil. Duett.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson, 115 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Teachers, Education, Singers, Diseases, Distress, Dialects, Love, Satire
  • [n.d.]
    The Cavalier Rode on his Coal Black Steed.
    Place & Publisher John Cole Baltimore
    Subjects:Castles & palaces, Knights, Armor, Horseback riding, Courtship & love, Marriage, Campaigns & battles, War casualties, Homicide, Pride
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    Master and Pupil. An Instructive Duett Concertante.
    Place & Publisher Wm. Hall & Son, 239 Broadway, Corner of Park Place New York
    Subjects:Parlors, Singing, Candelabras, Keyboard instruments, Teachers, Caricatures--Immigrants, Courtship & love
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    Master and Pupil. An Instructive Duett Concertante.
    Place & Publisher James L. Hewitt & Co., 239 Broadway, Corner of Park Place New York
    Subjects:Parlors, Singing, Candelabras, Keyboard instruments, Teachers, Caricatures--Immigrants, Courtship & love
  • [n.d.]
    Minstrel's Return From the War. Second Edition.
    Place & Publisher James L. Hewitt & Co., 137 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Musicians, Soldiers, Courtship, Love, Homecomings, War casualties
  • [n.d.]
    Master and Pupil. An Instructive Duett Concertante.
    Place & Publisher James L. Hewitt & Co., 239 Broadway, Corner of Park Place New York
    Subjects:Parlors, Singing, Candelabras, Keyboard instruments, Teachers, Caricatures--Immigrants, Courtship & love
  • [n.d.]
    The Knight of the Raven Black Plume.
    Place & Publisher James L. Hewitt & Co., No. 137 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Castles & palaces, Bodies of water, Courtship, Love, Chivalry
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    The Knight of the Raven Black Plume.
    Place & Publisher James L. Hewitt & Co., No. 137 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Castles & palaces, Bodies of water, Courtship, Love, Chivalry
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    The Cavalier Rode on his Coal Black Steed.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig Jr. Balto. Baltimore
    Subjects:Castles & palaces, Armor, Courtship & love, Campaigns & battles, Weddings, Anger, Death
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    The Knight From Palestine. A Romantic Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Geo. Willig, Jr., No.149 Market St. Baltimore
    Subjects:Armor, Horseback riding, Spears, Campaigns & battles, War, Courtship & love
  • 1831
    Oh! mount thy bright and gallant steed.
    Place & Publisher Geo. Willig Jr., No. 149 Market St. Baltimore
    Subjects:Couples, Gardens, Horses, Courtship & love, Soldiers, Wars, Campaigns & battles, Patriotism
  • 1831
    Oh! mount thy bright and gallant steed.
    Place & Publisher Geo. Willig Jr., No. 149 Market St. Baltimore
    Subjects:Couples, Gardens, Horses, Courtship & love, Soldiers, Wars, Campaigns & battles, Patriotism
  • 1833
    Our Native Land. A National Song.
    Place & Publisher Geo. Willig Jr. Baltimore
    Subjects:National Emblems, Eagles, Flags
  • 1833
    Our native Land. A National Song.
    Place & Publisher Geo. Willig Jr. Baltimore
    Subjects:National Emblems, Eagles, Flags
  • 1833
    The Mountain Bugle. For one or two voices.
    Place & Publisher Geo. Willig Jr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Homecomings, Courtship & love, Travel, Hunting
  • 1834
    The Sea Bird. A Descriptive Song.
    Place & Publisher Geo. Willig, Junr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Oceans, Cliffs, Barrels, Gulls
  • 1834
    Far O'er the Deep Blue Sea. A Serenade.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig, Jr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Couples, Waterfronts, Ships, Courtship & love, Seamen
  • 1834
    Far O'er the Deep Blue Sea. A Serenade.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig, Jr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Couples, Waterfronts, Ships, Courtship & love, Seamen
  • 1834
    Far O'er the Deep Blue Sea. A Serenade.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig, Jr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Couples, Waterfronts, Ships, Courtship & love, Seamen
  • 1836
    Songs of the Soiree. Being a Collection of Original Ballads. No.1. Our Hearts Are With Our Native Land. Song of the American Girl.
    Place & Publisher George Willig Junr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Portraits, Patriotism, Pride, Immigrants
  • 1836
    The Bridesmaid. A Romantic Ballad.
    Place & Publisher John F. Nunns, 70 South 3d Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Clothing & dress, Portraits, Sadness, Courtship, Love, Weddings, Knights, War, Happiness
  • 1836
    Songs of the Soiree. Being a Collection of Original Ballads. No.2. Why Comes He Not?
    Place & Publisher George Willig Junr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Portraits, Courtship & love, Seamen, Night, Distress, Weeping
  • 1836
    Village Belle, Being No.9 of "Songs of the Soiree."
    Place & Publisher George Willig Jr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Portraits, Courtship & love
  • 1836
    Fatherland! Dear Fatherland! Being No.10 of "Songs of the Soiree."
    Place & Publisher George Willig Junr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Portraits, Patriotism, Immigrants
  • 1836
    The Bugle Horn, A Hunting Song. Being No.3 of "Songs of the Soiree."
    Place & Publisher George Willig, Jr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Horseback riding, Forests, Mountains, Hunting dogs, Sports
  • 1836
    Days of Childhood. Being No.4 of "Songs of the Soiree."
    Place & Publisher George Willig, Jr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Time, Human life cycle, Aged persons, Emotion--pain
  • 1836
    The Sun. Bright Isle. Being No.5 of "Songs of the Soiree."
    Place & Publisher George Willig, Jr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Travel, Pride
  • 1836
    The Nahant Quadrilles [includes dance figures]. (1) Rebecca; (2) Estelle; (3) Laura; (4) Georgette; (5) Sophia
    Place & Publisher John F. Nunns, 70 South 3rd St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Waterfronts, Dwellings, Resorts, Sailboats
  • 1836
    The Lake Spirit's Song. Being No. 6 of Songs of the Soiree.
    Place & Publisher George Willig Junr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Bodies of water, Supernatural beings, Moonlight, Canoes, Forests, Homicide, Courtship & love
  • 1836
    The Nahant Quadrilles [includes dance figures]. (1) Rebecca; (2) Estelle; (3) Laura; (4) Georgette; (5) Sophia
    Place & Publisher John F. Nunns, 70 South 3rd St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Waterfronts, Dwellings, Resorts, Sailboats
  • 1836
    She Knew Him Not. Being No. 7 of Songs of the Soiree.
    Place & Publisher George Willig Junr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Bodies of water, Supernatural beings, Moonlight, Canoes, Forests, Death, Courtship & love, Emotion--pain
  • 1836
    The Fairmount Quadrilles [includes dance steps; Melodies attributed to Walch]. (1) Anne; (2) Caroline; (3) Leonora; (4) Ellen
    Place & Publisher John F. Nunns, 240 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Parks, Bridges, Fountains, Dancing
  • 1836
    The Fairmount Quadrilles.
    Place & Publisher John F. Nunns, 70 South 3rd St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Panoramic views, Dwellings, Couples, Children playing, Fountains, Bridges, Leisure
  • 1836
    In Smiles We Met. Being No. 8 of Songs of the Soiree.
    Place & Publisher George Willig Junr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Bodies of water, Supernatural beings, Moonlight, Canoes, Forests, Death, Courtship & love, Emotion--pain
  • 1836
    The Bridesmaid. A Romantic Ballad.
    Place & Publisher John F. Nunns, 70 South 3d Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Clothing & dress, Portraits, Sadness, Courtship, Love, Weddings, Knights, War, Happiness
  • 1836
    The Fairmount Quadrilles. [missing last page of music]
    Place & Publisher John F. Nunns, 70 South 3rd St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Panoramic views, Dwellings, Couples, Children playing, Fountains, Bridges, Leisure
  • 1837
    The Crow Quadrilles. (1) Zip Coon; (2) My Long Tail Blue; (3) Jim Brown; (4) Gumbo Chaff; (5) Dinah Waltz (Imbitation of Massa Straw).
    Place & Publisher John F. Nunns, 70, South 3d. St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Dancing, Rowboats, Fighting, Firearms, Racoons, Military parades, Military uniforms
  • 1837
    The Crow Quadrilles. (1) Jim Crow; (2) Sich a Gittin Up Stairs; (3) Sittin on a Rail; (4) Clare de Kitchin; (5) Dinah Waltz.
    Place & Publisher John F. Nunns, 240 Broadway New York
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Raccoons, Arguments, Firearms, Bands, Rowboats, Ethnic stereotypes
  • 1837
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    The Crow Quadrilles. (1) Jim Crow; (2) Sich a Gittin Up Stairs; (3) Sittin on a Rail; (4) Clare de Kitchin; (5) Dinah Waltz.
    Place & Publisher John F. Nunns, 240 Broadway New York
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Raccoons, Arguments, Firearms, Bands, Rowboats, Ethnic stereotypes
  • 1837
    The Crow Quadrilles. (1) Zip Coon; (2) My Long Tail Blue; (3) Jim Brown; (4) Gumbo Chaff; (5) Dinah Waltz.
    Place & Publisher John F. Nunns, 70, South 3d. St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Raccoons, Arguments, Firearms, Bands, Rowboats, Ethnic stereotypes
  • 1837
    Hark, Brothers Hark! A Regatta Song & Chorus.
    Place & Publisher Geo. W. Hewitt & Co., No. 70 South Third Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Boating, Happiness, Courtship & love, Sports, Entertainment
  • 1837
    The Crow Quadrilles. (1) Jim Crow; (2) Sich a Gittin Up Stairs; (3) Sittin on a Rail; (4) Clare de Kitchin; (5) Bone Squash Diabolo.
    Place & Publisher John F. Nunns, 70, South 3d. St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Dancing, Rowboats, Fighting, Firearms, Racoons, Military parades, Military uniforms
  • 1837
    The Crow Quadrilles. (1) Jim Crow; (2) Sich a Gittin Up Stairs; (3) Sittin on a Rail; (4) Clare de Kitchin; (5) Dinah Waltz.
    Place & Publisher John F. Nunns, 70, South 3d. St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Dancing, Rowboats, Fighting, Firearms, Racoons, Military parades, Military uniforms
  • 1838
    The Oddfellow's March.
    Place & Publisher Geo. Willig Jr., Market Street Baltimore
    Subjects:Fraternal organizations, Charitable organizations, Symbols, Cornucopias, Mothers & children, Hands, Anchors
  • 1838
    Ye Burning Stars! Recitativo & Polacca.
    Place & Publisher W.C. Peters Baltimore
    Subjects:Celestial bodies
  • 1838
    The New Brighton Quadrilles
    Place & Publisher John F. Junns, 70 South 3rd St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Bodies of water, Panoramic views, Sailboats
  • 1840
    OK Gallopade.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig, Jr. Baltimore
    Subjects:
  • 1840
    I Am Far From My Native Home.
    Place & Publisher John F. Nunn, 184 Chesnut Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Steamboats, Ships, Storms, Clipper ships, Sailors, Homesickness
  • 1840
    OK Gallopade.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig Jr. Baltimore
    Subjects:
  • 1840
    I Am Far From My Native Home.
    Place & Publisher John F. Nunn, 184 Chesnut Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Steamboats, Ships, Storms, Clipper ships, Sailors, Homesickness
  • 1840
    The Bethrothed.
    Place & Publisher Geo. W. Hewitt & Co., 184 Chesnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Clothing & dress, Portraits, Country life, Fountains, Birds, Sheep, Spires, Farming, Brides, Wedding costume, Courtship, Love, Elopement, Horseback riding, Wealth, Storytelling
  • 1840
    The Bethrothed.
    Place & Publisher Geo. W. Hewitt & Co., 184 Chesnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Clothing & dress, Portraits, Country life, Fountains, Birds, Sheep, Spires, Farming, Brides, Wedding costume, Courtship, Love, Elopement, Horseback riding, Wealth, Storytelling
  • 1842
    The Old Elm Tree. A Patriotic Ballad.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig, Junr. Baltimore
    Subjects:
  • 1842
    Mr. & Mrs. Snibbs. A Comic Duett.
    Place & Publisher Geo. Willig Junr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Courtship & love, Spouses, Quarelling, Envy, Marriage, Anger
  • 1843
    When Thou Wert True.
    Place & Publisher James L. Hewitt & Co., 239 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Clothing & dress, Portraits, Fans, Courtship, Love, Deception, Sadness
  • 1844
    The Kentucky Gentleman. A Ballad.
    Place & Publisher John F. Nunns, 240 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Portraits, National Emblems, Eagles, Capitols, Historic buildings, Farming--equipment, Horseback riding
  • 1844
    Sleeping I Dreamed, Love. Sixth Edition.
    Place & Publisher William Hall & Son, 239 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Children, Girls, Windows, Bodies of water, Courtship, Love, Sailors, Shipwrecks
  • 1844
    'Tis Home Where'er the Heart Is.
    Place & Publisher F.D. Benteen Baltimore
    Subjects:Contentment, Liberty
  • 1844
    'Tis Home Where'er the Heart Is.
    Place & Publisher F.D. Benteen Baltimore
    Subjects:Contentment, Liberty
  • 1844
    Sleeping I Dreamed Love.
    Place & Publisher Firth & Hall, 1 Franklin Square New York
    Subjects:Courtship, Love, Sailors, Storms
  • 1844
    Sleeping I Dreamed Love. New Edition.
    Place & Publisher Firth & Hall, 1 Franklin Square New York
    Subjects:Courtship, Love, Sailors, Storms
  • 1845
    The Arlington Waltzes. (1) The Picnic; (2) The Potomac; (3) The Bird Carol; (4) The Fountain; (5) The Sunset
    Place & Publisher Frederic D. Benteen Baltimore
    Subjects:
  • 1846
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    On to the Charge!
    Place & Publisher F.D. Benteen Baltimore
    Subjects:Campaigns & battles, War casualties, Battle fields, National Emblems, Tombs & sepulchral monuments, Horseback riding, Patriotism, Mexican War, Courage
  • 1846
    My Beauteous Child. Recitaive [sic] and Air From the Oratorio of Jeptha.
    Place & Publisher Firth & Hall, 1 Franklin Sq. New York
    Subjects:Mothers & children, Death, Grief
  • 1847
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    The Fall of Mexico. Battles of Conteras, Churubusco, Chapultepec, Molino Del Rey, Etc., And Final Storming of the City of Mexico.
    Place & Publisher Frederick D. Benteen Baltimore
    Subjects:Military officers, Palm trees, Flags, Panoramic views, Cannons, Eagles, National Emblems, Mexican War, Patriotism, Campaigns & battles
  • 1847
    The Old Church.
    Place & Publisher F.D. Benteen Baltimore
    Subjects:Country living, Forests
  • 1849
    You Remember When We Parted. Ballad.
    Place & Publisher F.D. Benteen Baltimore
    Subjects:Courtship & love, Fraud, Good-byes, Emotion--pain
  • 1850
    The Union Forever. A Patriotic Song.
    Place & Publisher A. Fiot, 196 Chesnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Patriotism, Federal Compact, George Washington, Symbols--liberty
  • 1852
    The Dying Girl.
    Place & Publisher H. McCaffrey Baltimore
    Subjects:Portraits, Deathbeds, Mothers & children, Diseases
  • 1852
    I Would Not Die At All. Parody on I Would Not Die In Springtime.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig Jr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Stephen C. Foster, Satire, Death, Seasons, Nature
  • 1852
    El Dorado Polka.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig, Jr. Baltimore
    Subjects:
  • 1852
    The Dying Girl.
    Place & Publisher H. McCaffrey Baltimore
    Subjects:Portraits, Deathbeds, Mothers & children, Diseases
  • 1852
    The Dying Girl. Second Edition.
    Place & Publisher H. McCaffrey Baltimore
    Subjects:Portraits, Deathbeds, Mothers & children, Diseases
  • 1852
    Will You Love Me, Jennie Dear?
    Place & Publisher J.E. Boswell Baltimore
    Subjects:Courtship & love
  • 1852
    The Indian Polka.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig, Jr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Schools, Women's education, Embossed works, Educational buildings
  • 1853
    Aunt Harriet Becha Stowe
    Place & Publisher Henry McCaffrey Baltimore
    Subjects:Slavery, Freedmen, Fugitive slaves, Discrimination
  • 1860
    Anna Mary'e.
    Place & Publisher George Willig Baltimore
    Subjects:Baskets, Flowers, Insects, Courtship & love
  • 1861
    Rock Me To Sleep, Mother.
    Place & Publisher Julian A. Selby Columbia, S.C.
    Subjects:Mothers & children, Nostalgia, Civil War--Confederate
  • 1861
    Rock Me To Sleep, Mother.
    Place & Publisher Julian A. Selby Columbia, S.C.
    Subjects:Mothers & children, Nostalgia, Civil War--Confederate
  • 1861
    Rock Me To Sleep, Mother.
    Place & Publisher Miller & Beacham Baltimore
    Subjects:Mothers & children, Nostalgia, Civil War--Confederate
  • 1863
    The South.
    Place & Publisher Julian A. Selby Columbia, S.C.
    Subjects:Civil War--Confederate, Patriotism
  • 1863
    The Musical Olio, or, Favorite Gems of That Popular Southern Composer. The Unknown Dead.
    Place & Publisher John C. Schreiner & Son Macon, GA
    Subjects:Civil War--Confederate, War casualties, Battlefields, Memorial works
  • 1863
    The Musical Olio or, Favorite Gems of that Popular Southern Composer, John H. Hewitt. No. 7. Dixie, the Land of King Cotton.
    Place & Publisher John C. Schreiner & Sons Macon, GA
    Subjects:Civil War--Confederate, Patriotism
  • 1863
    The Musical Olio, or, Favorite Gems of That Popular Southern Composer, John H. Hewitt. The Young Volunteer.
    Place & Publisher John C. Schreiner & Son Macon, GA
    Subjects:Civil War--Confederate, Soldiers, Farewells, War casualties, Battlefields, Homesickness
  • 1863
    The Musical Olio or, Favorite Gems of that Popular Southern Composer, John H. Hewitt. No. 4. The Stonewall Quickstep.
    Place & Publisher John C. Schreiner & Son Macon, GA
    Subjects:Civil War--Confederate, Military officers
  • 1863
    I Will Meet Thee.
    Place & Publisher John C. Schreiner & Son Macon, GA
    Subjects:Courtship, Love, Night, Civil War--Confederate
  • 1863
    The Musical Olio or, Favorite Gems of that Popular Southern Composer, John H. Hewitt. No. 4. The Stonewall Quickstep.
    Place & Publisher John C. Schreiner & Son Macon, GA
    Subjects:Civil War--Confederate, Military officers
  • 1864
    Somebody's Darling.
    Place & Publisher J.C. Schreiner & Son Macon, GA
    Subjects:Civil War--Confederate, War casualties, Military hospitals, Mothers & children, Deathbeds
  • 1864
    Freedom's Muster-Drum.
    Place & Publisher J.C. Schreiner & Son Macon, GA
    Subjects:Civil War--Confederate, Patriotism
  • 1864
    Oh! Come to Me, Love, in a Beautiful Dream.
    Place & Publisher J.C. Schreiner & Son Macon, GA
    Subjects:Courtship, Love, Happiness
  • 1866
    Confederate Songs Published During the War. I'm Thinking of You Now Mary.
    Place & Publisher John C. Schreiner & Sons Savannah, GA
    Subjects:Courtship, Love, Prisoners of war, Distress, Civil War--Confederate