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Charles HowellesThe Monthly Mirror, IV n.s. (July, 1808), p. 50
1806.2The Triple Loss
[Thomas Stott]The Gentleman's Magazine, LXXVI (February 1806), p. 160
1805.12The Battle of Trafalgar;
October 21, 1805
“Nauticus"The Gentleman's Magazine, LXXV (November 1805), pp. 1044-1045
Let others hail the rising sun!
I bow to that whose race is run.
James BissetThe Monthly Mirror, XVIII (July, 1804), pp. 54-55
By the Author of "The Patriotic Clarion"
On the Price of Dollars, bearing the Impression of the King's
Head, being raised from 4s. 9d. to 5s.
1804.22A New Song of Old Sayings
AnonThe Anti-Gallican (1804), pp. 417-418The Spirit of the Public Journals, VIII (1805), pp. 64-65 
1801.5On the French Navy Being Cover'd with Glory
AnonThe Hull Packet (August 18, 1801)
1797.7A Family Dialogue,
On a Son's Wishing to Go to Sea
AnonThe Morning Post (August 22, 1797)
Or the Dutch Well Dressed AnonThe Scots Magazine, LIX (October 1797), p. 770
Tune—"In the Garb of Old Gaul."
AnonThe Tomahawk (November 3, 1795)
To the Tune of Nancy Dawson.
Old England's glory I will boast,
Old England's health I still will toast;
And here's to him that vaunts the most
The glory of Old England.
"J. T. Rutt"
[John Towell Rutt]The Cambridge Intelligencer (October 24, 1795)