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Kenneth S. Goldstein Broadsides
  • All fields: France
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    • Song

    • Song
    • Great Britain -- History, Military; War; Patriotism; Nationalism; Great Britain -- Relations -- France; Great Britain -- Relations -- Spain; Popular music -- England -- 19th century;
    • Nationalistic piece concerning the might of Britain
    • The Old Woman and the Spanish War

    • The Old Woman and the Spanish War
    • Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815; Peninsular War, 1807-1814; France -- Relations -- Spain; Great Britain -- Relations -- Spain; Great Britain -- Relations -- France; War; Popular music -- England -- 19th century;
    • Song concerning the Spanish fighting the French during the Peninsular War (Napoleon)
    • Admiral Keppel Triumphant

    • Admiral Keppel Triumphant
    • Great Britain -- Relations -- United States; Great Britain -- Relations -- France; United States; France; United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783; Nationalism; War; Keppel, Augustus Keppel, Viscount, 1725-1786; Popular music -- England --...
    • A song about Admiral Keppel battling the French
    • On Board of a Ninety-Eight

    • On Board of a Ninety-Eight
    • Sailors; Sailing; Impressment; War; Great Britain -- History, Military; Great Britain -- Relations -- France; France; Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815; Trafalgar, Battle of, 1805; Naval battles; Popular music -- England -- 19th century;
    • A sailor is pressed into serving on a war ship.
    • The Tars of the Blanch

    • The Tars of the Blanch
    • Naval battles; Sailors; Sailing; Great Britain -- History, Military; Great Britain -- Relations -- France; War; Nationalism; Death; Wolfe, James, 1727-1759; France; Artillery; Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815; Popular music -- England -- 19th century;
    • A song on a British victory over a French ship
    • The Tars of the Blanch

    • The Tars of the Blanch
    • Naval battles; Sailors; Sailing; Great Britain -- History, Military; Great Britain -- Relations -- France; War; Nationalism; Death; Wolfe, James, 1727-1759; France; Artillery; Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815; Popular music -- England -- 19th century;
    • A song on a British victory over a French ship
    • Loyal Songs

    • Loyal Songs
    • War; Nationalism; Great Britain -- History, Military; Great Britain -- Relations -- France; Popular music -- England -- 19th century;
    • Two songs set to the same tune regarding British nationalism and impending war with the French.
    • Bonaparte

    • Bonaparte
    • Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821; John Bull (Symbolic character); Patriotism; Kings and rulers; Great Britain -- Relations -- France; Popular music -- England -- 19th century; Great Britain -- History, Military; Popular music -- England...
    • Song concerning Napoleon Bonaparte and the British
    • Song

    • Song
    • Great Britain -- History, Military; Great Britain -- Relations -- France; Patriotism; Nationalism; Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815; John Bull (Symbolic character); Popular music -- England -- 19th century;
    • Nationalistic Napoleonic War era song concerning British-French relations
    • John Bull, all a-Gog

    • John Bull, all a-Gog
    • John Bull (Symbolic character); Great Britain -- Relations -- France; Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815; Nationalism; Patriotism; Popular music -- England -- 19th century;
    • Nationalistic piece concerning British might and the Napoleonic Wars
    • Donald's Return to Glencoe

    • Donald's Return to Glencoe
    • Man-woman relationships; Love; Separation (Psychology); War; Soldiers; Great Britain -- History, Military; Great Britain -- Relations -- France; Great Britain -- Relations -- Spain; Joy; Happiness; Popular music -- England -- 19th century;
    • A soldier tests his love's faithfulness
    • The Spanish Noah

    • The Spanish Noah
    • Sailors; Sailing; War; Death; Nationalism; Great Britain -- Relations -- Spain; Great Britain -- Relations -- France; Naval battles; Popular music -- England -- 19th century;
    • British sailors encounter a French Privateer.
    • The Ever-Mind Poem

    • The Ever-Mind Poem
    • Religion; God; Jesus Christ; Salvation; Heaven; Death; Damned; Hell; Soldiers; Waterloo, Battle of, Waterloo, Belgium, 1815; Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815; Great Britain -- History, Military; Great Britain -- Relations -- France; Popular music --...
    • A song praising Christ's gift of salvation and eternal life in heaven.

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