Table of Contents by Title

Table of Contents by Title

A British War Song
A Card to Subscribers
A Consolatory Epigrammatic Dialogue
A Danish Tale (A La Southey)
A Dramatic Fragment
[A Droll Ballad]
A Family Dialogue, on a Son’s Wishing to Go to Sea
A Fast-Day Hymn
A Favourite Song
A Fragment, Supposed to be Written near the Temple On the Night Before the Murder of Louis the Sixteenth
A Modern Ballad
A New Song
A New Song
A New Song
A New Song of Old Sayings
A New Song, On the Renewed Threat of Invasion
A New Song to an Old Tune
A Political Parody
A Small Tribute to the Character of British Seamen
A Sonnet
A Sure Way to Prevent the Threatened Invasion by the French
A Tear for Albion.—1808
A War Poem
A Word to the Wise
Acrostic on Bonaparte
Additional Verse to “God Save the King”
Address to a Warrior
Adieux from the Wife of a French Officer of Dragoons, on his quitting Rotterdam to join the Army of Italy
(All Hail the Shouting Trumpet)
Alteration of the Old Ballad “Ye Gentlemen of England”
An Elegy on my Sailor
An Elegy on War
An Imitation
An Ode on the Restoration of Freedom to France
An Old Soldier’s Answer
Anarchy: A Sonnet
Anna’s Complaint; Or the Miseries of War

Bellman's Verses for 1814
Billy Moor
Bonaparte and Commerce
Bonaparte’s Bridge
Bonaparte’s Coronation
Bonaparte’s Soliloquy
Britain’s Genius Triumphant
Britain’s Pre-Eminence
Britain’s Triumph, or the Dutch Well Dressed
Britons, to Arms!!!
Buonaparte’s Title to the Emperor of the French Vindicated
Buonaparte’s Will

Ca N’ira pas
Cautions to England Against Waste, Corruption, and False Friends
Church and King
Colin’s Return to Sea

Deeds of Glory
Dialogue Betwixt Peace and War
Dirge on the Death of Lord Nelson

Effects of War
Effects of War
Elegiac Sonnet Written on the Murder of the Late unfortunate Monarch of France
English, Scots, and Irishmen
Epicedium On the Death of Lord Nelson


Epigram on the Frequent Defeats of the French Army
Epistle from Tom Cribb to Big Ben, Concerning some Foul Play in a Late Transaction
Epitaph on General Custine
Erin Go Bra
Europa Reviviscens
Extempore on the Invasion of Walcheren

First Siege of Saragossa
For A’ That and A’ That
For Christmas Day, 1803
France and England
Freedom and Peace
From an Unpublished Poem. Ascribed to Ossian

Glee In the New Tragedy of “Much Ado About Nothing”
Good Advice

Harlequin’s Invasion
Horatio’s Death
Hudibras Improved!
Hymn to the Guillotine

Imitation of Campbell’s “Hohenlinden”
Imitation of the Ancient Ballad
Impromptu, On Being Told that the Present War is for the Preservation of Property
Impromptu, On Reading Buonaparte’s Abdication of the Throne
Impromptu on the Late Fast
Impromptu, On the Price of Dollars, bearing the Impression of the King’s Head, being raised from 4s. 9d. to 5s.
[In evil hour, and with unhallow'd voice]
Invasion Anticipated. An Ode

January, 1795
Jupiter and the Frogs

Kate of Dover
King Joe and Jo-king

La Sainte Guillotine
Little Epigrams on the Great Emperor
Lines by John Gabriel Stedman
Lines, Composed in the Stone-gallery, above the Dome of St. Paul’s
Lines Occasioned by Mr. Sheridan’s Poem on the Death of Col. Buller
Lines written after reading an account of the Late Battle
Lines Written at Norwich On The First News of Peace
Lines Written by Anna Seward, After Reading Southey’s “Joan of Arc”
Lines Written on a Swallow, that took Refuge in the Ward Room of His Majesty’s Sea Captain, Off Brest, November 10, 1805
Lines Written on Reading in the Edinburgh Review Some Remarks on the Continuation of the Slave Trade by Spain and Portugal
Lines Written on the Capture of Gen. Kosciusko
Lord Castlereagh’s Patriotism
Louix XVI. to His Subjects

Mary of Carron
Mary Marton
Military Economy
Mutat Fortuna Nomina Rerum
Mutiny at Portsmouth

Napoleon’s Dream
National Discord
Nelson—A Dirge
Nelson and Buonaparte
Nelson’s Victory

Ode, On Hearing that Bonaparte had Suppressed the English Newspapers in France
Ode on the Anniversary of the Birthday of Burns
[Ode On the Big-Endiuns]
Ode on the late glorious Victory of the 1st of August 1798
Ode. On The Present Times, 27th January 1795
Ode On the Surrender of Paris to the Allies, March 30, 1814
Ode to Anarchy
Ode to Columbia
Ode, to France
Ode to Moderation
Ode to Peace
Ode to Peace
Ode to Peace
Ode to the Fleas of Walcheren
Ode to the Memory of the British Officers, Seamen, and Soldiers, who have fallen in the present War
Ode, To the Sons of Britain and America
Ode to War
Ode to War
Ode, Written on the Opening of the Last Campaign
On a Late Noble Action
On A Late Victory at Sea
On a Learned Acquaintance Turning Soldier
On Lord Nelson’s sending a flag of truce to Copenhagen in the midst of victory
On Mister Surgeon Thelwall
On Mr. West’s Picture of the Death of Lord Nelson
On Murat’s Summons to Sir J. Stuart to surrender Sicily, in order to spare the Effusion of Blood
On the Battle of Hohenlinden
On the Burning of the French Bridges Over the Danube, by the Austrians
On the Consecration of the Colours of The Military Association of ———
On the Death of Captain Westcott
On the Death of Lieutenant-Colonel Buller
On the Five Kings of France
On the French Navy Being Cover’d with Glory
On the Invasion of Egypt by the French
On the Peace
On the Peace

On the Present State of Spain
On the Present unhappy Situation of the Queen of France, and her Son
On the Return of a Festival

Paris Fashions
Parody of the Song Called “The Dream”
Parody on a Well-Known English Song
Parody on Bonaparte’s Letter to the Bishops of France After the Battle of Moskwa
Peace More Desirable Than War
Peace Preferable to War
Petition for a New War!
Picture of France

Political Integrity
Poor Joe
Poor Mary!
Poor Tom
Portrait of a Jacobin
Pro Patria Mori

Reason Uttering a Soliloquy Over A Field of Battle
Recipe To make a French Legion of Honour
Reflections on a Field of Battle
Reflections on the Present War
Richard Llwyd, the Bard of Snowden
Robespierre’s Epitaph

Sequel to Poor Joe
Serious Advice to Bonaparte
Ships, Colonies, and Commerce
Soldier Bob Rusty’s Night Cap



Song, by Della Crusca, On Lord Howe, And the Action of the First of June
Song, For the Tweedale Volunteers
Song on the New Affair of Copenhagen (not Lord Nelson’s)
Song. The Worn Soldier

Sonnet To France
Sonnet To Napoleon, Returned to Paris, Dec. 1812
Sonnet to Peace
Sonnet to Peace
Sonnet to Rational Liberty
Sonnet to W. Wilberforce
Stanzas, supposed to be written whilst the late Queen of France was sleeping, by her attendant in the Temple
Stop to a Stride
Supposition.—A New Song
Suum Cuique

The Absent Soldier’s Lament
The Age of War
The annex’d elegy is on a gravestone in the churchyard at Hythe
The Apes: A Fable from the Italian

The Armed Yeoman
The Battle of Blenheim
The Battle of Talavera
The Battle of Trafalgar
The Battle of Waterloo
The Bed of Roses
The Beggar Girl
The Bishop of London’s Opinion on War
The Bo-Peep Squadron
The British Heroes
The British Soldier
The Briton’s Alphabet
The Bull-Dogs
The Camp
The Choice
The Cockle Shell and the Sea
The Congress at Christmas
The Crimp Serjeant
The Curieux
The Depredations of the Rats
The Devil at Malmaison
The Disastrous Administration
The Disgusted Patriot
The Don’s Dilemma
The Drum
[The Duke to the Emperor offer'd his fist]
The Dying Patriot
The Dying Soldier
The Emigree
The Exile, A Sonnet
The Farmer and Labourer
The Favorite Song
The Female Exile
The Field of Battle
The Field of Battle
The Flight of Bonaparte from the Battle of Krasnoi: or The Three “Offs”
The Frogs and Crane
The Fruits of the War
The Generous Soldier
The Genius of France
The Good Old Times
The Humble Petition of the British Jacobins to their Brethren of France
The Inhabitants of the British Empire Congratulated on the Return of Peace, 1815
The Inscrutable Ways of Providence
The Invasion of 1796
The Military Hobby; or, John Bull Humbugg’d
The Miners’ Song
The Mottos Translated
The Muffled Drum
The New French Grammar Analysed
The New Mariners, For 1808
The Olive of Peace
The Oracle Consulted
The Orphan Boy’s Tale
The Orphan Sailor-Boy
The Pen and the Sword
The Pilot that Moor’d Us in Peace
The Plains of Vittoria; Or, The Death of the Brave

The Ploughman’s Ditty
The Political Christian
[The pomp of courts, and pride of kings]
The Republicans to the Devil
The Royal Feast
The Runaway Fox
The Sailor’s Farewel
The Sailor’s Ghost
The Sea-Fight
The Soldier
The Soldier at Night
The Soldier’s Adieu
The Soldier’s Dream
The Soldier’s Embarkation
The Soldier’s Friend
The Soldier’s Funeral
The Soldier’s Prayer In the Field of Battle
The Soldier’s Return
The Soliloquy of a Sailor
The Spanish Mother
The Spirit of the Volunteers
[The subjoined Verses were intended as an Anthem]
The Substance of a Long Convention
The Tender’s Hold, Or, Sailor’s Complaint
The Triple Loss
The Triumph of Britons
The Triumph of Freedom
The True Story
The Vision
The Voice of the British Isles
The Want
The Weird Jacobins
The Widow
The Widow
The Winds
The Wounded Soldier
Thoughts on the Late Proceedings in France
Thoughts Suggested by the Approach of a Regiment of Soldiers
Thomas and Kitty
Tilsit Fair
To a dead Jack-Ass
To Buonaparte
To My Country
To Sir A. W.
To the British Channel
To the Continental Despots
To the Inhabitants of the British Empire
To the Memory of Sir Ralph Abercrombie
To the People of Spain
To the Tyrants Infesting France
Tom’s Triumph
Translation of the Hymn for the Feast celebrated at Paris on account of the Re-capture of Toulon

Verses, Addressed to a Female Republican
Verses on seeing the Military Association going to Church on the Fast-Day in their Uniform

Walcheren Expedition
War Elegy
War Song
War Song

War Songs. No. 1
War Songs. No. 2
War the Source of Riches
Wellington’s Welcome
[What's to be done to save the State?]
Written After Seeing Opie’s Picture of the Tired Soldier in the Late Exhibition
Written the Night of the Illuminations For the Battle of Vittoria