Walter Scott

Timeline of works

  • [n.d.]
    Hail to the Chief. March.
    Place & Publisher George Willig, 171 Chesnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Rulers, Heroes, Patriotism, Black Roderick
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    A Weary Lot is Thine Sweet Maid. Series Title No.10 of Carrs Musical Miscellany in Occasional Numbers.
    Place & Publisher Carr's Music Store Baltimore
    Subjects:Courtship & love, Good-byes
  • [1812-1814]
    The Harp. From Rokeby.
    Place & Publisher J. Appel, No.208 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Poets, Time, War, Wealth, Wisdom, Courtship & love, Musicians
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    Merrily Merrily Goes the Bark. From the Lord of the Isles.
    Place & Publisher Holloway & Co. Wholesale Music Sellers, 10 Hart St., Bloomsbury London
    Subjects:Poets, Ships, Seamen
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    The Wandering Harper from Rokeby.
    Place & Publisher Carr's Music Store Baltimore
    Subjects:Travel, Minstrels, Soldiers, Rulers
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    Allen A Dale. Series Title No. 11 of Carrs Musical Miscellany in Occasional Numbers.
    Place & Publisher Carr's Music Store Baltimore
    Subjects:Minstrels, Storytelling, Wealth, Courage, Courtship & love, Families
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    The Heath This Night Must Be My Bed. From the Celebrated Poem The Lady of the Lake.
    Place & Publisher Published by the Author, J. & M. Paff, Broadway New York
    Subjects:Poets, Courtship & love, War, Campaigns & battles, War casualties, Spouses
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    The Moon's On The Lake, or, The Macgregor's Gathering. A Favorite Scotch Song.
    Place & Publisher John G. Klemm Philadelphia
    Subjects:Poets, Families, Pride, War, Campaigns & battles
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    Allen A Dale from Rokeby.
    Place & Publisher J. Carr Baltimore
    Subjects:Wealth, Knights, Courtship & love, Marriage, Families, Runaways
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    Brignal Banks. Series Title No. 12 of Carrs Musical Miscellany in Occasional Numbers.
    Place & Publisher Carr's Music Store Baltimore
    Subjects:Minstrels, Storytelling, Rulers, Courtship & love, Courage
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    It Wsa a Wild & Wayward Boy, from Rokeby.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig's Musical Magazine Philadelphia
    Subjects:Poets, Time, War, Wealth, Wisdom, Courtship & love, Musicians
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    My Harp Alone! From Rokeby.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake, No.13 South 5th Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Poets, Fathers & children, Courtship & love, Time, War
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    The Knight Errant.
    Place & Publisher Carr's Music Store Baltimore
    Subjects:Courtship & love, War, Campaigns & battles, Weddings
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    The Moon's On The Lake, or, The Macgregor's Gathering. A Favorite Scotch Song.
    Place & Publisher George Willig, 171 Chesnut Philadelphia
    Subjects:Poets, Families, Pride, War, Campaigns & battles
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    The Knight Errant.
    Place & Publisher Mr. P. Muck Charleston, SC
    Subjects:Poets, Heroes, Prayer, War, Campaigns & battles, Courtship & love, Marriage
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    The Cypress Wreath From Rokeby.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake Philadelphia
    Subjects:Courtship & love, Patriotism, Death, Symbols
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    Norman's Song.
    Place & Publisher J. Willson, 62 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Poets, Soldiers, War, Courtship & love, Spouses
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    Merrily, Merrily, Goes the Bark, From the Celebrated Poem, The Lord of the Isles.
    Place & Publisher Carr's Music Store Baltimore
    Subjects:Hunting, Seamen
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    The Knight Errant.
    Place & Publisher W. Dubois, No.126 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Poets, Heroes, Prayer, War, Campaigns & battles, Courtship & love, Marriage
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    Chorus. Hail to the Chief (Lady of the Lake).
    Place & Publisher Firth & Hall, 1 Franklin Sqr. New York
    Subjects:Rulers, Heroes, Patriotism, Black Roderick
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    American, Musical Miscellany No. 6. Oh! Lady Twine No Wreath For Me. From Rokeby.
    Place & Publisher J.G. Klemm, No.3 South Third Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Poets, Courtship & love, Trees--symbols
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    The Knight Errant.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake, No.13 South 5th Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Poets, Heroes, Prayer, War, Campaigns & battles, Courtship & love, Marriage
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    March & Chorus.[Hail to the Chief].
    Place & Publisher A. Bacon & Co., No.11 So. 4th Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Rulers, Heroes, Patriotism, Black Roderick
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    Soldier Rest! Duett and Chorus in the Lady of the lake.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake Philadelphia
    Subjects:War casualties, Campaigns & battles, Poets
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    The Knight Errant.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig, No. 171 Chesnut Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Poets, Heroes, Prayer, War, Campaigns & battles, Courtship & love, Marriage
  • [n.d.]
    March & Chorus.[Hail to the Chief]
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake Philadelphia
    Subjects:Rulers, Heroes, Patriotism, Black Roderick
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    The Sound of Rokeby's Woods I Hear. From the Celebrated Poem, Rokeby.
    Place & Publisher Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter and Wood, 20 Soho Square London
    Subjects:Poets, Courtship & love, Campaigns & battles, War casualties
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    Blanche of Devan's. Maniac's Song in the Lady of the Lake.
    Place & Publisher n.p.
    Subjects:Distress, Poets, Courtship & love, Weddings, Death, Emotion--pain
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    The Last Words of Marmion.
    Place & Publisher Preston, 97 Strand London
    Subjects:Poets, War, Campaigns & battles, Heroes, War casualties
  • [n.d.]
    March & Chorus.[Hail to the Chief]
    Place & Publisher J.G. Klemm, No.3 So. Third Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Rulers, Heroes, Patriotism, Black Roderick
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    Wake, Maid of Lorn.
    Place & Publisher Engrav'd, Printed and Sold, by E. Riley, 23 Chatham Street New York
    Subjects:Poets, Courtship & love
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    Brignal Banks. Song & Chorus.
    Place & Publisher C. Bradlee, No.164 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Rulers, Castles & palaces, Knights, Campaigns & battles, War, Courtship & love
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    Lochinvar.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake Philadelphia
    Subjects:Poets, Knights, Heroes, Courtship & love, Weddings, Elopement
  • [n.d.]
    March & Chorus.[Hail to the Chief]
    Place & Publisher G. Willig Philadelphia
    Subjects:Rulers, Heroes, Patriotism, Black Roderick
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    Wake, Maid of Lorn.
    Place & Publisher A. Bacon & Co., No.11 S. 4th Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Poets, Courtship & love
  • [n.d.]
    The Cypress Wreath From Rokeby.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake Philadelphia
    Subjects:Poets, Patriotism, War--symbols
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    Merrily Goes the Bark. From the Celebrated Poem, The Lord of the Isles.
    Place & Publisher J.G. Klemm, No.3 S. 3d Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Poets, Seamen, Ships
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    March & Chorus.[Hail to the Chief]
    Place & Publisher John G. Klemm Philadelphia
    Subjects:Rulers, Heroes, Patriotism, Black Roderick
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    The Wandering Harper. Series Title No. 9 of Carrs Musical Miscellany in occasional Numbers.
    Place & Publisher Carr's Music Store Baltimore
    Subjects:Travel, Minstrels
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    Golden Moon. Song.
    Place & Publisher White, Smith & Co., 516 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Poets, Flowers, Bodies of water
  • [1815-1819]
    Merrily, Merrily, Bounds the Bark.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake, No.13 South 5th Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Poets, Ships, Seamen
  • [1812]
    Blanche of Devan's Song From the Lady of the Lake.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake Philadelphia
    Subjects:Distress, Poets, Courtship & love, Weddings, Death, Emotion--pain
  • 1828
    Hast Thou not felt the Wounding Thorn.
    Place & Publisher Geo. Willig, Jr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Symbols--flowers, Human life cycle, Time