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" Twas in the reign of George the Third, Our public peace was much disturbed By ships of war, that came and laid Within our ports, to stop our trade. "
Sketches of Newport and Its Vicinity: With Notices Respecting the History ... - Page 150
by Sarah S. Cahoone - 1842 - 213 pages
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Naval

William McCarty - National songs - 1842
...'TWAS in the reign of George the Third Our public peace was much disturb'd By ships of war, that come and laid Within our ports to stop our trade. In seventeen hundred seventy-two, In Newport harbour lay a crew That play'd the parts of pirates there, The sons of Freedom...
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Songs, Odes, & Other Poems, on National Subjects: Comp. from ..., Volume 2

William McCarty - 1842
...'TWAS in the reign of George the Third Our public peace was much disturb'd By ships of war, that come and laid Within our ports to stop our trade. In seventeen hundred seventy-two, In Newport harbour lay a crew That play'd the parts of pirates there, The sons of Freedom...
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The American Historical Record, Volume 1

Benson John Lossing - United States - 1872
...HLS Providence, RI SONG. 'Twas in the reign of George the Third, Our public peace was much disturbed By ships of war that came and laid Within our ports, to stop our trade. Seventeen hundred and seventy-two, In Newport harbor lay a crew, That played the part of pirates there,...
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Our French Allies: Rochambeau and His Army, Lafayette and His Devotion, D ...

Edwin Martin Stone - French - 1884 - 632 pages
...of the period : SONG-. " 'Twas in the reign of George the Third, Our public peace was much disturbed By ships of war, that came and laid Within our ports, to stop our trade. Seventeen hundred and seventy-two, In Newport harbor lay a crew, That played the part of pirates there,...
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Studies in American History

Mary Sheldon Barnes, Earl Barnes - United States - 1891 - 431 pages
...LAWS ON COLONIAL COMMERCE. 'Twas in the reign of George the Third Our public peace was much disturbed By ships of war, that came and laid Within our ports, to stop our trade. ***** No honest coaster could pass by But what they would let some shot fly ; And did provoke, to high...
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Manual of the Rhode Island Society of the Sons of the American Revolution ...

Sons of the American Revolution. Rhode Island Society - United States - 1900 - 328 pages
...any really great poet. " 'Twas in the reign of George the Third, Our public peace was much disturbed By ships of war, that came and laid Within our ports, to stop our trade." and so on, for fifty lines, and more. The Boston Tea Party came off December 16, 1773. February 17,...
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Poems of American History

Burton Egbert Stevenson - American poetry - 1908 - 704 pages
...Islanders, the crew overpowered, and the boat burned. A NEW SONG CALLED THE GASPEE [June 9-10. 1772] 'T WAS in the reign of George the Third The public peace...our ports to stop our trade. In seventeen hundred seventy-two, In Newport harbor lay a crew That play'd the parts of pirates there, The sons of Freedom...
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Rhode Island Educational Circulars: Historical Series, Issues 1-5

Rhode Island. Office of Commissioner of Education - Rhode Island - 1908
...patriot of the time: SONG. 'Twas in the reign of George the Third, Our public peace was much disturbed By ships of war that came and laid Within our ports to stop our trade. Seventeen hundred and seventy-two, In Newport harbor lay a crew, That played the part of pirates there,...
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The Railway Conductor, Volume 26

Railroad conductors - 1909
...CHICAGO RECORD-HERALD. 'Twas in the reign of George the Third; Our public peace was much disturbed By ships of war, that came and laid Within our ports to stop our trade. No honest coaster could pass by But what they would let some shot fly; And did provoke to high degree...
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American History by American Poets, Volume 1

Nellie Urner Wallington - American poetry - 1911
...NEW SONG CALLED THE "GASPEE" WAS in the reign of George the Third The public peace was much disturbed By ships of war, that came and laid Within our ports to stop our trade. In seventeen hundred seventy-two, In Newport harbour lay a crew That played the parts of pirates there, The sons of Freedom...
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