Sir J. Stevenson

Timeline of works

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    Dost Thou Remember. Portuguese Air. From Moore's New National Melodies.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake, No. 13 So. 5th Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Love
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    The Harp That Once Thro Tara's Halls.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig Philadelphia
    Subjects:Musical instruments, Symbols, War
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    The Legacy. From Moore's Irish Melodies.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig, 171 Chestnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Love, Death
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    The Meeting of the Waters.
    Place & Publisher Wm. Dubois, No. 126 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Country life, Nature, Friendship, Love, Peace
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    When the Rosebud of Summer.
    Place & Publisher Bourne, Depository of Arts, 359 Broadway N. York
    Subjects:Love, Seasons, Symbols, Devotion
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    Wild Roses. A Ballad.
    Place & Publisher J. Carr Baltimore
    Subjects:Peddlers, Courtship & love
  • [n.d.]
    Come Take the Harp. A Canzonett.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake Philadelphia
    Subjects:Love, Sadness, Dreaming, Musicians
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    Come Take the Harp. A Canzonett.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig, No. 12 South 4th Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Love, Sadness, Dreaming, Musicians
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    Dost Thou Remember, From Moore's National Airs.
    Place & Publisher Dubois & Stodart, No. 126 Broad Way New York
    Subjects:Love