John Barnett

Timeline of works

  • [n.d.]
    Rise Gentle Moon.
    Place & Publisher John Cole Baltimore
    Subjects:Night, Moonlight, Oceans
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    The Chain and Lute.
    Place & Publisher E.S. Mesier, 28 Wall St. New York
    Subjects:Gifts, Courtship, Love, Deception
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    I Saw Thee Like a Bride. A Scotch Ballad.
    Place & Publisher D'Almaine & Co., Soho Square London
    Subjects:Couples, Portraits, Clothing & dress, Kilts, Courtship, Love, Marriage, Unrequited love, Grief, Dialects
  • [n.d.]
    Loves Review.
    Place & Publisher Firth & Hall, No.1 Franklin Square New York
    Subjects:Parlors, Couples, Moonlight, Military officers, Daggers & swords, Candelabra, Courtship & love--Symbols--Campaigns & battles
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    Lord! I Believe! From Songs of the Sacred Harp.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake, 13 South Fifth St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Prayer
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    Rise Gentle Moon.
    Place & Publisher Mayhew & Co., Music Sellers to the Royal Family, 17 Old Bond Street London
    Subjects:Castles & palaces, Moonlight, Guards, Bodies of water, Courtshiip, Love
  • [n.d.]
    Loves Review.
    Place & Publisher Firth & Hall, No.1 Franklin Square New York
    Subjects:Parlors, Couples, Moonlight, Military officers, Daggers & swords, Candelabra, Courtship & love--Symbols--Campaigns & battles
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    My Julia's Noes.
    Place & Publisher Blake, Music Warehouse, 13 South 5th St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Dialects, Courtship, Love, Clothing & dress
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    Behold How Brightly Breaks the Morning. The Celebrated Barcaroole, in the Opera of Masaniello. [English and French]
    Place & Publisher E. Riley, 29 Chatham St. New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Native dress, Castles & palaces, Dancing, Waterfronts, Mountains, Happiness
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    Oh Men What Silly Things You Are. The Celebrated Cavatina.
    Place & Publisher Firth & Hall, No.1 Franklin Sqre. New York
    Subjects:Humorous pictures, Couples, Courtship & love, Quarreling, Hunting
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    The Shepherd's Evening Bell. Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Atwill's Music Saloon, 201 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Country life, Occupations
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    A Harper Sat By A Tranquil Stream (From Lays of Woodstock). An Old English Legend Romance.
    Place & Publisher Parker & Ditson, 107 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Dreaming, Aged persons, Knights, Courtship, Unrequited love, Grief, Death
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    Yes I Will Leave the Festive Scene. In Answer to The Light Guitar.
    Place & Publisher John G. Klemm Philadelphia
    Subjects:Nature, Musicians, Minstrels, Chivalry, Courtship, Love, War, Campaigns & battles
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    I Once Knew a Normandy Maid. Ballad.
    Place & Publisher E. Riley & Co., 297 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Prisoner, Fires, Deception, Fathers & children, Courtship, Love
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    I Knew A Sicilian Maid. The Sicilian Minstrel. Romance.
    Place & Publisher James L. Hewitt, 137 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Poets, Courtship & love, Prisoners, Fathers & children, Fire, Marriage
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    Behold How Brightly Breaks the Morning. The Celebrated Barcarolle, in the Opera of Masaniello.
    Place & Publisher E. Riley, 29 Chatham St. New York
    Subjects:Forts & fortifications, Dancing, Bodies of water, Mountains, Boats, Clothing & dress, Daggers & swords, Fishermen, Happiness
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    Mine Must Be the Silent Tear. Ballad. Correct edition
    Place & Publisher Millet's Music Saloon, 375 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Grief, Unrequited love
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    In My Gallant Barque. A Duett.
    Place & Publisher James L. Hewitt & Co., 137 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Poets, Ships, Courtship & love, Flags
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    Behold How Brightly Breaks the Morning. The Celebrated Barcarolle, in the Opera of Masaniello. Second Edition.
    Place & Publisher F. Riley, 297 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Forts & fortifications, Dancing, Bodies of water, Mountains, Boats, Clothing & dress, Daggers & swords, Fishermen, Happiness
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    The Archer Boy. The Celebrated Cavatina. Second Edition.
    Place & Publisher Hewitt New York
    Subjects:Castles & palaces, Bridges, Spires, Clothing & dress, Women
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    The Mourner. Sequel to Pestal.
    Place & Publisher Firth & Hall, 1 Franklin Square New York
    Subjects:Love, Death
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    The Butterfly, the Moth, and the Bee.
    Place & Publisher J.L. Hewitt & Co., 36 Market Street Boston
    Subjects:Windows, Candles, Children misbehaving, Death, Ethics
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    The Highlander's Bride.
    Place & Publisher E.S. Mesier, Wall St. New York
    Subjects:Couples, Doors & doorways, Mountains, Military camps, Kilts, Soldiers, War, Courtship, Marriage, Patriotism
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    Oh! Speed My Bark.
    Place & Publisher Geo. Willig Jr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Night, Ships, Seamen, Courtship & love
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    Sweet Sister Fay. A Duett.
    Place & Publisher Dubois & Bacon, 167 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Flowers, Fairies, Nature, Dancing, Night, Happiness
  • [n.d.]
    The Butterfly, the Moth, and the Bee.
    Place & Publisher F.S. Mesier, 28 Wall St., New York
    Subjects:Windows, Candles, Children misbehaving, Death, Ethics
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    The Highlander's Bride.
    Place & Publisher J.B. Cramer, Addison & Beale, 201 Regent St. London
    Subjects:Couples, Doors & doorways, Mountains, Military camps, Kilts, Soldiers, War, Courtship, Marriage, Patriotism
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    The Highland Minstrel Boy. An Admired Scotch Ballad.
    Place & Publisher John Cole & Son Baltimore
    Subjects:Courtship & love, Minstrels
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    Six New Songs and Ballads. No.3. The Musical Box.
    Place & Publisher Atwill's Music Saloon, 201 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Singers, Lutes, Couples, Mountains, Rabbits, Dwellings, Birds, Poets, Symbols
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    My Childhood's Hours Farewell. Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Millets Music Saloon, 375 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Children, Nostalgia, Sadness
  • [n.d.]
    Lady, the Silver Moon Shines Bright. A Reply to the Favorite Song, "Rise Gentle Moon."
    Place & Publisher E.S. Mesier, 28 Wall St. N. York
    Subjects:Minstrels, Lutes, Musicians, Courtship, Love
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    Oh am I then Remember'd Still. In Answer To Oh No! We Never Mention Her.
    Place & Publisher John Cole Baltimore
    Subjects:Courtship & love, Distress, Time
  • [1825-1826]
    Not a Drum Was Heard. Written on the Death of Genl. Sir John Moore.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig Chestnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Memorial works, Memorial rites & ceremonies, Military officers
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    The Tyrolese Woodman's Song.
    Place & Publisher E.S. Mesier, No. 28 Wall Street New York
    Subjects:Bridges, Waterfalls, Dwellings, Mountains, Dogs, Farewells, Families, Occupations, Homecomings, Happiness
  • 1854
    To Morrow! To Morrow!
    Place & Publisher Horace Waters, 333 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Keyboard instruments, Spouses, Immigrants, Optimisim, Time