G. H. Rodwell

Timeline of works

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    Stop Thief, or, The Stolen Heart. Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Lith. and Published by Mesier, 28 Wall St. N.York
    Subjects:Cupids, Love
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    The Banks of the Blue Moselle. Ballad.
    Place & Publisher John Cole Baltimore
    Subjects:Courtship & love
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    The Banks of the Blue Moselle.
    Place & Publisher George Willig, 171 Chesnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Love, Grief, Death
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    Draw the Sword Scotland. A Scotch Ballad.
    Place & Publisher John Cole Baltimore
    Subjects:Campaigns & battles, War, Patriotism
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    The Banks of the Blue Moselle.
    Place & Publisher Atwill Publisher, 201 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Love, Grief, Death
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    Ah No! Tis Promis'd to Me!
    Place & Publisher Bourne, Depository of Arts, 359 Broadway N. York
    Subjects:Love
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    Here's a Health to Thee, Mary.
    Place & Publisher Parker & Ditson, 107 Washington Street Boston
    Subjects:Toasting, Absences, Love, Homesickness
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    Draw the Sword Scotland.
    Place & Publisher Bourne, Depository of Arts, 359 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Patriotism, War, Campaigns & battles
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    Lays of the Wide World by Eminent Authors. No. 4. Oh Charming Mary.
    Place & Publisher W.C. Peters & Sons Cincinnati
    Subjects:Seasons, Spring, Happiness
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    Draw the Sword Scotland. A Favorite Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Firth & Hall, 15 [?] Franklin Square New York
    Subjects:Patriotism, War, Campaigns & battles
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    Poor Louise! Ballad.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake, No. 13 South 5th St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Unrequited love, Mental illness
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    Draw the Sword Scotland. A Favorite Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Firth & Hall, 358 Pearl Street New York
    Subjects:Patriotism, War, Campaigns & battles
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    Poor Louise! Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Fiot, Meignen & Co. St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Unrequited love, Mental illness
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    Draw the Sword Scotland. A Favorite Ballad, With an Accompaniment for the Piano Forte.
    Place & Publisher John G. Klemm Philadelphia
    Subjects:Patriotism, War, Campaigns & battles
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    A Tear, Shall Tell Him All. A Favorite Song.
    Place & Publisher Geo. Willig, 171 Chesnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Love, Deception, Grief
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    Draw the Sword Scotland. A Scotch Ballad [in E-flat major].
    Place & Publisher Dubois & Stodart, No. 149 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Patriotism, War, Campaigns & battles
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    The Poor Little Maid. A Scotch Ballad.
    Place & Publisher A. Fleetwood, 47 Murry St., opposite the College New York
    Subjects:Dialects, Families, Poor persons, Sailors
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    A Tear Shall Tell Him All.
    Place & Publisher E. Riley & Co., 29 Chatham St. New York
    Subjects:Love, Deception, Weeping, Distress