Sir John Stevenson

Timeline of works

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    Hark! The Convent Bells Are Ringing! A Portuguese Melody. Second Edition.
    Place & Publisher Geo. Willig Jr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Castles & palaces, Nuns, Dogs
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    The Harp That Once Thro' Tara's Halls.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson & Co., 115 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Ruins, Time, Dwellings, Symbols, Sadness
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    Flow on, Thou Shining River. Portuguese Air From Moore's National Melodies, No. 2.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake, No. 13 So. 5th Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Symbols, Love
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    Should Those Fond Hopes, Portuguese Air, From Moore's National Melodies.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake, No. 13 South 5th street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Distress, Youth, Religion, Time, Symbols
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    Flow on thou Shining River. Portuguese Air From Moore's National Melodies.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig Jur., No. 151 Market Street Baltimore
    Subjects:Courtship & love
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    Oft in a Stilly Night. A Favorite Ballad. [Includes text to "Oft in my Visions Bright," Words by George P. Morris, Esqr.]
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson, 115 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Nostalgia, Sadness, Friendship, Sleeping
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    Flow on, Thou Shining River. Portuguese Air From Moore's National Melodies, No. 2.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake, No. 13 So. 5th Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Symbols, Love
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    Sweet Lady! Look Not Thus Again.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake Philadelphia
    Subjects:Love, Distress, Deception
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    Hark! The Convent Bells Are Ringing! A Portuguese Melody.
    Place & Publisher George Willig Jr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Nuns, Churches, Farming, Prayer, Carts & wagons, Cattles
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    Those Evening Bells.
    Place & Publisher William Hall & Son, 239 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Nostalgia, Symbols, Human life cycle
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    Flow on, Thou Shining River. Portuguese Air From Moore's National Melodies.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig Philadelphia
    Subjects:Symbols, Love
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    Those Evening Bells. A Favorite Air With Symphonies and Accompaniments.
    Place & Publisher C. & E.W. Jackson, No. 64 Market Street Boston
    Subjects:Happiness, Celebrations, Time, Human life cycle
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    Hark! The Vesper Hymn is stealing. A Popular Russian Air from Moore's National Melodies.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig Baltimore
    Subjects:Prayer, Religion
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    Hush'd Be That Sigh.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blaker Philadelphia
    Subjects:Love, Death
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    To the Brook & the Willow. A Ballad.
    Place & Publisher John Paff New York
    Subjects:Shepherds, Grief, Sadness, Weeping
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    Flow on thou Shining River. Portuguese Air From Moore's National Melodies.
    Place & Publisher John Cole Baltimore
    Subjects:Courtship & love
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    Love, My Mary, Dwells With Thee. A Duett.
    Place & Publisher J. Paff, No. 159 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Symbols
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    Flow on Thou Shining River. Portuguese Air From Moore's National Melodies.
    Place & Publisher John G. Klemm Philadelphia
    Subjects:Love, Gifts, Symbols
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    I Saw From The Beach, From Moore's Irish Melodies.
    Place & Publisher John Cole Baltimore
    Subjects:Courtship & love, Seamen, Visions
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    Love, My Mary, Dwells With Thee. Duet.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake Philadelphia
    Subjects:Symbols
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    Hark the Vesper Hymn. A Sacred Song and Chorus.
    Place & Publisher n.p.
    Subjects:Celebrations, Prayer, Religion
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    Oft in the Stilly Night. Scotch Air From Moore's National Melodies.
    Place & Publisher John Cole Baltimore
    Subjects:Time, Friendship, Human life cycle, Depression
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    My Henry is Gone. A Ballad.
    Place & Publisher J. Siegling at his Musical Warehouse, 109 Meeting Street, nearly opposite the Circular Church Charleston
    Subjects:Nature, Sadness, Love, Deception
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    Love Has Been There.
    Place & Publisher John G. Klemm Philadelphia
    Subjects:Love
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    The Bromo-Seltzer Collection of 54 Popular Songs. Complete and Unabridged. Full Music Size With Piano & Organ Accompaniment. 'Tis the Last Rose of Summer.
    Place & Publisher Emerson Drug Co. Baltimore
    Subjects:Musicians--women, Bottles, Love, Symbols
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    My Henry is Gone. A Ballad.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake, No. 13 South 5th street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Nature, Sadness, Love, Deception
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    Oh Then Remember Me.
    Place & Publisher Carr's Music Store Baltimore
    Subjects:Courtship & love, Friendship, Travel
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    The Smile of Contentment and Love. A Favorite Song.
    Place & Publisher John G. Klemm Philadelphia
    Subjects:Domestic life, Children, Families, Happiness
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    Cease Not Yet Sweet Bard Thy Strain. An Answer to Here's the Bower.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake Philadelphia
    Subjects:Love, Sadness
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    Oh Tell Me Pilgrims! A Ballad for Three Voices.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake Philadelphia
    Subjects:Religion, Prayer
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    Flow on thous shining River. Portuguese Air.
    Place & Publisher Carr's Music Store Baltimore
    Subjects:Courtship & love
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    Twilight Dews. A Favorite Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Thomas Birch, No. 95 Canal Street New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Hats, Love, Death
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    Come Tell Me Where the Maid is Found. A Ballad. (second verse added "With Mr. Moore's permission, by a Friend").
    Place & Publisher John Paff New York
    Subjects:Love
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    Oh Tell Me, Mary Dear.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake, No. 13 South th Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Sadness, Love, Weeping
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    Hark! The Convent Bells are Ringing! A Portuguese Melody.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig Jr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Rites & Ceremonies, Convents, Nuns, Incense, Altar boys
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    Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms, and (My Lodging is on the Cold Ground--text only).
    Place & Publisher Eclipse Publishing Co., 136 N. 9th St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Couples, Unrequited love
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    Dearest Ellen. A Ballad. [note "Ladies in singing this Song substitute the name of Henry for Ellen"].
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake, No. 13 South 5h Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Love, Distress
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    Should Those Fond Hopes, From Moore's National Melodies.
    Place & Publisher W. Dubois, No. 126 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Distress, Youth, Religion, Time, Symbols