J. Hewitt

Timeline of works

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    She Hung on My Arm.
    Place & Publisher J. Hewitt's Musical Repository, No. 59 Maiden Lane New York
    Subjects:Night, Courtship, Love
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    Lawrence the brave
    Place & Publisher Printed & Sold by J. Hewitt, No. 1 South Row Boston
    Subjects:War of 1812, Patriotism, Campaigns & battles, Heroes
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    A Sonata for the Piano Forte.
    Place & Publisher J. Hewitt's Musical Reposetory [sic] & Library, No. 59 Maiden Lane New York
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    Advice to the Ladies.
    Place & Publisher J. Hewitt's Musical Repository, No. 59 Maiden Lane New York
    Subjects:Love, Courtship, Distress, Deception
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    Sweet are the Flowers. A Favorite Duett.
    Place & Publisher J. Hewitt's Musical Repository & Library, No. 59 Maiden Lane New York
    Subjects:Roses
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    Turkish Song. Addressed to the Sultuana, Eldest Daughter of Sultuan Achmet the Third, by Ibrahim Bassa the reigning favorite.
    Place & Publisher J. Hewitt's Musial Repository, No. 59 Maiden Lane New York
    Subjects:Courtship, Love, Death, Farewells, Distress
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    Tekeli, A Favorite Rondo, for the Piano Forte.
    Place & Publisher J. Hewitt's Musical Repository & Library, No. 58 1/2 Newbury Street Boston
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    An Elegy on the Death of Catherine, Daughter of Genl. Morton.
    Place & Publisher J. Hewitt's Musical Repository & Library, No. 59 Maiden Lane New York
    Subjects:Death, Memorial works, Memorial rites & ceremonies, Religion
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    The Wounded Hussar. A Much Admired Song.
    Place & Publisher J. Hewitt's Musical Repository, No. 59 Maiden Lane New York
    Subjects:Battlefields, War casualties, Soldiers, Love
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    Mark Me Alfred. A Favorite Air With Variations for the Piano Forte.
    Place & Publisher J. Hewitt's Musical Repository and Library, No. 59 Maiden Lane New York
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    Mark My Alford. A Favourite Air with Variations for the Piano Forte.
    Place & Publisher Geo. Willig, 171 Chesnut Street Philadelphia
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    Mark Me Alfred. A Favorite Air With Variations for the Piano Forte.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake Philadelphia
    Subjects:
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    (1) The Widow; (2) The Faded Lilly; or Louisa's Woe; (3) When the shades of Night Pursuing. Series Title No. 23 of the Musical Journal for the Piano Forte. Vocal Section.
    Place & Publisher J. Carr Baltimore
    Subjects:Poor persons, Death, Courtship & love, Emotion--pain, Seamen
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    Live Triumphant or Contending Die. An Ode.
    Place & Publisher J. Hewitt's Musical Respository & Library, No.59 Maiden Lane New York
    Subjects:Patriotism, Campaigns & battles, Liberty, Peace, Commerce
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    Mark Me Alfred. A Favorite Air With Variations for the Piano Forte.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig Philadelphia
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    Military Sonata for the Piano Forte. Introductione, [sic] Major Tildens March, and Quick Step.
    Place & Publisher n.p.
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    When First The Sun.
    Place & Publisher W. Dubois, No.127 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Patriotism, Symbols--liberty, Peace
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    Overture to Blaise and Babet.
    Place & Publisher J. Hewitt's Musical Repository, No. 59 Maiden Lane New York
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  • [1799-1800]
    My Poor Dog Tray. A Favorite Song.
    Place & Publisher J. Hewitt, No.23 Maiden Lane New York
    Subjects:Courtship & love, Poor persons, Death, Immigrants--Ireland, Travel, Pets
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    Sadi the Moore. A Favorite New Song.
    Place & Publisher J. Hewitt's Musical Repository, No. 59 Maiden Lane New York
    Subjects:Sadness, Coutnry life, Death, Courtship, Love, Kidnappings, Spouses, Fathers & children
  • [1794]
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    A Rural Life.
    Place & Publisher n.p. n.p.
    Subjects:Country life, Contentment
  • [1813?]
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    Governor Strong's New March.
    Place & Publisher J. Hewitt's Musical Repository & Library, No.58 1/2 Newbury St. Boston
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