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Barton, E. M., 35.

"Battle of the Poets," 95.

Beanes, Dr. and the St. Sp. B., 8-11.

Bell, W., 92.

Bellisle march, 125.

"Best exchange," 143.

Bibliographical notes, 157-164.

"Bird of Birds," 28.

Biscay origin of "Yankee Doodle," 101,

107, 111.

"Blackbird," 135, 138-140.
Bordes, C., 111.
"Boston Patriotic Song." See "Adams

and liberty."
Boyle, C. A., 41, 71, 73.
"Brave Sons of Columbia," 25.
Breck, Samuel, 129.
Brinton, H. F., 54.
"British Grenadiers," 125.
British origin of song "Yankee Doodle,"

96, 99, 103, 105, 107, 110, 128-142.
"Brother Ephraim sold his cow," 131, 133.
"Buckskin," 82.

Burgh's anecdotes of music, 102, 118.
C., J., 50, 54, 63, 102, 118.
Ca ira, 68.
Calliope, 22.
Capron, H., 69.

" Captain Gooding," 135, 137, 141.
"Captain Davis," 135, 141.
"Captain Goodwin," 135, 137, 141.
"Captain Washington," 135, 141.
Carmagnole, 68.
Carr, Benj., 46, 68, 121.
Carr, Joseph, 47, 121.
Carter, N. H., 152.
Chamberlain, J. D., 83.
Chappell, William, 18.
Charles I and II and Yankee Doodle, 100,

101, 107, 144-115.
Cherokee origin of the word "Yankee,"

85.

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Chetwood, 94.

"Chonifl, Bung before General Washing-
ton," 63-66.

Cist, L. J., 35.

Columbian Anacreontic Society, 24.

Columbian songster (1797), 25; (1799), 25.

"Columbians all the present hour," 122.

"Columbians arise," 26.

"Come all ye sons of song," 77.

"Compleat Tutor for the Fife," 67, 122.

"Congress, the," 144.

Connel, 22.

Coverly, Jr., N., 138.

Cromwell and Yankee Doodle, 97, 100,
101, 103, 114-115.

Cummingham, Wm., 125.

Cummings, Wm., 20.

Custis, G. W. P., 50, 54, 61-62.

" Dans votre lit," 51.

Danza Esparta, 102, 111.

Dawes, Judge, 140.

Dawes, Th., 77.

Dawson's Hist. Mag., 49, 50.

"Death or liberty." See Hail Columbia.

Deane, Silas, 82.

"Defence of Fort McHenry." See "Star-
Spangled Banner."

"D'Estaing eclipsed, or Yankee Doodle's
defeat," 126, 127.

Dibdin's Return of Ulisses, 119.

Dibdin's songs (1799), 25.

"Did little Dickey," 104, 108, 120.

Dielman, L. H., 29-30.

"Disappointment, the," 110.

Dobbin, R. A., 34.

Doodle, derivation of the word, 89-94.

" Doodle doo," 143-145.

Dorsey, A. H., 10.

Douw, Mrs. V. P., 154.

Drummond, 56.

Dunlap, Wm., 49.

Durang (Charles and Ferdinand), 11-17,
33, 49, 59.

Dutch origin of the song "Yankee Doo-
dle," 100, 107, 111-113.

Dutch origin of the words "Yankee Doo-
dle," 91-93.

Dutch Yanky, 93.

Duyckinck, 100, 111.

Duyse, Van, 113.

"Early one morning," 140.

Ebsworth, T. W., 114.

Edes, Benj., 11-12, 13, 16.



Ebon, Louis C., 15, 22, 46, 64, 58, 70, 78,

91, 104, 109, 112, 122, 164.
"Embargo and peace," 26.
Emerick, A. G., 49.
"Ev'ry where fine ladies flirting," 143.
Eyster, Mrs. Nellie, 13.
Ezpata dantza, 111.
F., J. T., 84.
"Farmer (The) and his sons' return from

a visit to the camp," 135, 141.
Farmer & Moore, 96, 133, 135, 150-156.
Farnsworth, C. H., 41, 71, 73.
"Father and I went down (up) to camp,"

100, 104, 134-142.
Father's return from camp, 104.
Fayles. See Phile, Philipp.
"Federal March, "68.
"Federal Overture," 68.
Federal song for the anniversary of Ameri-
can independence, 49.
Ferris, Mary L. D., 35, 53, 69, 74, 75, 153.
Feyles. See Phile, Philipp.
Fielding, H., 94.
Fisher, Lydia (Kitty), 97, 100, 101, 103,

108, 115-117.

Fisher's jig, 101, 103, 117-118.
Fiske, 108.
Flood, W. H. Grattan, 18, 19, 20, 22, 106,

119, 139, 146-150.
"For the Fourth of July," 26.
"For worms when old," 26.
Ford, John, 94.
Ford, P. L., 62.
Ford, W. C., 135.
Foster, William, 25.
"Fourth of July, "26.
Fox, Gilbert, 44, 46, 47.
"Freedom," 26.
"From meanness first," 81.
Fyles. See Phile, Philipp.
G., G. A., 115.
G., M. N., 87.

Gantvoort, A. J., 41, 71, 73.
"General Washington's March," 122.
"Gentleman's Amusement," 66.
Gerald, 8. J. A. Fitz, 63.
Glen, 120.

"God Save America," 77.
"God save each female's right," 77.
"God save George Washington," 77.
"God save the King," 75, 77, 78, 125,

157-160.
"God save the President," 77.



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251



"God save the Thirteen States," 77.
Gordon, Wm., 82, 84, 95, 133.
Gow, 149.

Graupner, Gottlieb, 122.
Greek origin of the words "Yankee Doo-
dle," 94.

Griffin, A. P. C., 73.
Griswold, Rufus W., 43.
Grove's Dictionary, 18, 19, 78, 104, 114,

118.

H., B. H., 81, 89.
"Hail Columbia," 43-72.

Author. See Hopkinson, Jos.

Autographs, 69-70.

Bibliographical Notes, 157-158, 160.

Composer. See Phile, Philip, and
Philip Roth.

Differences in text and music, 69-72.

Early editions, 46-47.

Facsimiles, 46, 160.

First sung, 44.

Forerunners, 48-49.

Melody. See "President's March."

Origin, 43.

Original manuscripts. See Auto-
graphs.

Popularity, early, 44-47.
Hale, Edward E., 76, 140.
Hamilton, Sir F. W., 113.
Hancock, John, 98, 129, 130.
Hancock, Madame, 129, 130.
Hankey, Sir Richard, 18, 24.
Harding, 17.

"Hark, the Trumpet of War," 26.
Hastings, Jonathan, 84.
Heckewelder, 86-89.
Hendon, 13, 15.
Henkel, S. V., 35, 69.
"Here you may see the happy congress,"

144.

Hero (the), 125.
"Hessian Minuet," 125.
Hessian origin of "Yankee Doodle," 106,

107, 110, 111.
Hewitt, James, 122.
Hildebrand, 69.
Hogg, 139, 148.
Holden, Mrs. Austin, 124.
Holmes, O. W., 39.
Hopkinson, Francis, 48, 50.
Hopkinson, Joseph, 43, 46, 47, 48, 53, 69.
Howard, Mrs. Charles, 34.
Howe, Wm., 47.
Howell, Richard, 63, 64.



Hubach, Otto, 72.

Hulbert, J., 124.

Hungarian origin of "Yankee Doodle,"

102, 107, 111.
Hutchinson, 87.

"In Years which are Past," 25.
Indian origin of the word "Yankee,"

85-89.
Irish origin of "Yankee Doodle," 106,

146-150.

Irving, Washington, 86.
"Jefferson and Liberty," 25.
"Jefferson's Election," 26.
Jepson, B., 41, 71, 73.
Johnson, Sir William, 150-156.
Keim, George, 33, 34, 35, 69.
Kennedy and Bliss, 33.
Key, Francis Scott. See "Star-Spangled

Banner;" own account of origin, 8-10.
Kidson, F., 18, 22, 78, 106, 114, 118, 120,

125, 127, 145, 147, 149.
"Kitty Fisher's Jig," 101, 103, 108, 117-

118.

Kobbe, 73, 76, 105.
Kossuth, 102, 111.
L., T.
Lincolnshire origin of the word Yankee,

91.

Leigh, H., 101.
Lewalter, 106, 107, 111.
Lexington, Battle of, and "Yankee

Doodle," 109.

"Lo! I quit my native skies," 47.
Lossing, B. A., 34, 50, 52, 99, 102.
"Lovely Nancy," 125.
"Low song upon a high subject," 143.
Lucy Locket (Lockit), 97, 98, 100, 103,

115.

Lydenburg, 151.
Lydia Locket, 97, 98, 115.
Macaroni, origin of the word, 126, 127-129.
McCarty, 49.
McFarland, Paddy, 13.
McKoy, Wm., 50, 54, 57, 58.
McLaughlin, J. Fairfax, 18.
McLaughlin-Gilchrist, 41, 71, 73.
M'Lean, J., 55.
McMaster, J. B., 52.
Mahar, James, 35.
"Maid's (The) Lamentation," 139.
"Marblehead's a rocky place," 134.
Marseillaise, 68.

"Martial Music of Camp Dupont," 123.
Mason, Lowell, 75, 76.



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Index.



"Masonic Ode," 22.

Matthews, Albert, 80, 81, 94, 99, 104, 105,
118, 127, 128, 130, 135, 138, 141, 143,
152, 154..

Mead, D.*76.

Moller, J. C., 69.

Moncrieff, M. T., 102, 113.

Montgomerie, Major, 114.

Mooney, James, 85, 89.

Moore, G. M., 80, 93, 105, 129, 130.

Morier, J., 91.

Mulso, 19.

"Musical Repository," 26.

Najaf Koolie Merza, 90.

"Nancy Dawson," 97, 115.

"Nankee Doodle," 97, 98, 114.

Nason, E., 52, 91.

National Song Book, 26, 47, 49.

National Songster (1814), 30.

New American Songster, 28.

"New Constitutional March," 68.

"New Federal song." See " Hail Colum-
bia."

"New Hail Columbia," 47.

"New Yankee Doodle," 122.

"New York Federal song," 46.

New York Remembrancer, 25.

Nicholson, J. H., 11, 17, 30, 31, 32.

"Nightingale," 25.

Nile, H., 153.

"No more shall tyrants here," 74.

Nonsense rhymes and Yankee Doodle,
112.

Norwegian origin of Yankee, 91.

"Not the fictions of Greece," 25.

"Now let rich music sound," 77.

"0! how joyful shall I be," 110.

"0, say can you see." See Star-Spangled
Banner.

O'Callaghan, 150, 152.

O'Neill, Francis, 147, 150.

"Ode for the Fourth of July," 77.

"Of the victory won," 26.

Omrod, J., 47.

"Oppression," 81.

Oriental origin of the words Yankee
Doodle, 89-91.

Oswald, 149.

Otway, T., 94.

"Our joyful hearts to-day," 73.

"Our country's efficiency," 25.

"O'er the forest, "26.

Paine, Thomas (Robert Treat), 24, 25.

Parke, W. T., 18.



"Pauwel Jonas," 113.

Persian origin of the words "Yankee Doo-
dle," 89-91.

Petersfield, 127.

Petrie, 147.

Pfalz. See Phile, Philip.

Pfyle. See Phile, Philip.

Pfyles. See Phile, Philip.

Phazles. See Phile, Philip.

Pheil. See Phile, Philip.

Phile, Philip (Fyles, Pfeil, Phyla, etc.),
49-52, 53-54, 55, 56, 57, 58-l (bio-
graphical notes), 62, 63, 65, 66, 68-69
(proof as composer of the President's
March).

Phyla. See Phile, Philip.

Phyles. See Phile, Philip.

Phylo. See Phile, Philip.

Phylz. See Phile, Philip.

Popularity (early) of Yankee Doodle in
America, 108-110.

Person junior, 94.

Portsmouth Yankee, 81.

Poynton, Thomas, 126, 127.

Pre-revolutionary origin of song Yankee
Doodle, 96, 97, 99, 101, 107, 108, 114,
115, 128-142, 150-156.

Preble, Enoch, 126.

Preble, G. H., 13, 14, 28, 29-30, 33, 34-39,
52, 69, 75, 104, 120, 126.

President's March, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48.
Composer. See Philip Phile and

Philip Roth.
Early editions, 66-70.
Facsimiles.

First mentioned in print, 68.
History, 49-69.
Prussian march, 72.

Prince Eugene's march, 125.

Ravenscroft, E., 94, 144.

"Recess, The," 121.

Reinagle, A., 59, 63-65.

"Return (The) of Ulisses to Ithaca," 119.

Revolutionary origin of song "Yankee
Doodle," 95, 96, 98, 100, 107.

"Rights of woman," 77.

Rimbault, 101, 103, 115, 117-118, 126.

Ripley-Tapper, 41, 71, 73.

Ritchie, jr., John, 127, 131.

Roat. See Roth, Philip.

Robinson, Alvan, 124.

Rogers collection of autograph letters,
35,69.

Rome excis'd, 95.

Roots, Philip. See Roth.



Index.



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Roth, Philip (Johann), 50, 52, 54, 55,

56-58, 69.

" Roundheads and the Cavaliers," 97, 114.
"Royal love song," 143.
"Rule Britannia," 49.
Russell, Lt. Col., 117.
S, F. B. N., 100, 140.
S, G. W. V., 93.
Sabin, 110.

Saffell, W. T. R., 48, 51.
Salf, 91.

Salisbury, S., 18, 24, 25, 52.
Sands, Samuel, 11, 15, 31.
Saratoga and "Yankee Doodle," 109.
"Scaramouch a philosopher," 144.
Scheurleer, D. F., 93, 113.
Schmidt, John Henry, 121.
Scotch origin of the word Yankee, 91.
"See me just arrived from Francee," 143.
"Seventh star," 29.
Shackburg. See Shuckburgh.
Shaw and Carr, 66, 121.
Shaw's Flute Preceptor, 67.
Shippen, Mrs. R. L., 17, 30-32.
Shirley, J. B., 41, 71, 73.
Shuckburgh, Richard, 97, 104, 108, 130,

150-156.
Sicard, 68.

Siefert, H. O., 41, 71, 73.
"Sing Yankee Doodle," 79.
Skillern, Thomas, 127, 131.
Smith, Buckingham, 102, 111.
Smith, E., 41, 71, 73.
Smith's F. S. Key; account of the St. Sp.

B., 11.
Smith, John Christopher, 102, 108, 118-

119.

Smith, John Stafford, 20, 22, 23, 40.
Smith, Nicholas, 54.
Smith, Samuel F. See America.
Smollett, 93.

"Sonata sung . . . 1789," 63.
Songster's Companion, 28.
Songster's Magazine, 28.
Songster's Miscellany, 28.
Songster's Museum, 28, 79.
"Sons of Columbia." See Adams and

Liberty, 26.

Sousa, J. P., 36, 41, 53, 72, 123.
"Spain," 25.
"Spanish gypsy," 144.
Spofford, A. R., 36.
Spowers, George, 38, 39.
Squire, Wm. B., 18, 20, 104, 118, 119, 120,

126.



Stanfield, J. F., 25.

"Star Spangled Banner," song collection,

(Wilmington, 1816), 28.
Star Spangled Banner, 7^2.

Additional stanzas, 38-39.

Air of. See "To Anacreon in
Heaven."

Autographs, Key's of, 12, 17, 31-38.

Baltimore American, 1814 account,
8, 14.

Bibliographical notes, 157-158, 160-
162.

Broadsides early, 11, 12, 13, 17, 28,
29, 30, 31, 37, 38.

Chappell, W., 18.

Composer, 20, 22, 23.

Differences in melody, 38-42; in text,
36-38.

Durang (Charles and Ferdinand),
11-17, 33.

Early appearances in song collec-
tions, 28, 29, 30.

Edes, Benj., 11-12, 16, 17.

Eyster, Mrs. Nellie.

Facsimiles, 29, 32-35, 39.

First accounts of, 7-12.

First printed, 10-12, 16.

First sung, 11-17.

First text, 37.

Harding, 17.

Hendon's account, 13, 15.

McFarland, Paddy, 13.

McLaughlin, J. F., 18.

Melody of. See "To Anacreon in
Heaven."

Nicholson, Judge, 11, 17, 30, 31, 32.

Origin of, 7-10.

Original manuscript. See Auto-
graphs.

Popularity, early, 28.

Preble, G. H., 13, 14, 28, 29, 30, 33-39.

Salisbury, S., 18, 24.

Sands, Samuel, 11, 15, 31.

Shippen, Mrs. R. L., 17, 30-32.

Smith, John Stafford, 20, 22, 23.

Smith's, F. S. Key, account, 11.

Taney's account of, 8-10, 17, 32.

"To Anacreon in Heaven," 13, 17-28.

Tune of. See "To Anacreon in
Heaven."

Warner's, J. L., account, 12, 13, 16.
Stevens, G. A., 143, 145.
Stevenson, E. I., 53.
T., J. H.
Taney, R. B., 8-10, 17, 32.



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Taylor, Raynor, 123.

"Temple of Minerva," 48.

Thacher, James, 82, 96, 99, 109.

Thayer, A. W., 123.

"The Frenchman came upon the coast,"

143.

"The genius of France," 25.
"There is a man in our town," 105, 130.
Thomas, Isaiah, 100, 138.
Thompson, C. and S., 127.
Thomson's country dances, 103.
Tolman, F. L., 153.
Thyla. See Phile, Philipp.
Ticknor, G., 91.
"To Anacreon in Heaven," 13, 14, 17-28.

America, frequency in, 24-28.

Author of words, 20.

Composer of, 18, 22-23.

Editions, early, 20-23.

Facsimiles.

History of, 18-24.

Words, 21.

"To Columbia, who gladly," 25, 26.
"To old Hiram," 22.
"To the gods who preside," 25.
Tomlinson, Ralph, 20, 21.
"Trip to Halifax," 125.
Trumball, John, 87, 109.
"Two to one," 106, 120.
Tyler, Royall, 133-135, 143.
"Uncle Sam," 136.
"Union and liberty," 26.
"Union of the gods," 25, 26.
Van Rensselaer, 96, 150, 153, 154.
Vocal companion, Phila., 1796, 24; Bos-
ton, 1802, 25.
Vocal enchantress, 22, 40.
Vocal magazine (1778), 21.
Vocal magazine (1797), 22.
W., T. H., 100.

Walsh's collection of dances, 101, 117-118.
Walters, Henry, 30-33, 37.
Ward, E., 94.
Warner, J. L., 12, 13, 16.
Warren, Dr. Joseph, 132, 133.
Washington, George, 46, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53,
57, 61, 64, 65, 66, 68, 69, 100, 135, 140,
141.

Washington, Mrs. George, 63.
"Washington and the constitution," 46.
"Washington's March," 50, 53, 61, 122.
Watson, J. W., 97, 129.
Webster, 87, 89, 90.
"Welcome, mighty chief," 63-65.
"Well met, fellow-freemen," 25, 26.



Westcott, T., 99.

Wheatley, H. B., 128.

"When Bibo went down," 26.

"When our sky," 26.

"When Yankies skill'd in martial rule,"

110.

White, R. G., 51.
Whiting, C. E., 41, 71, 73.
"Whittier Perkins' book," 124.
"Wild Irishman," 125.
"Will ye go to Sheriff muir?" 148-149.
Williams, Roger, 88.
Willig, G., 47, 67, 70, 121, 122.
Wilson, J. J., 26, 47, 49.
Winslow, Edward, 89.
Winslow, W. C., 76.
"Witch of Edmonston," 144.
Wolfe, James, 81.

"World turned upside down," 109.
Wyoming Bard, 43.
Yankee Doodle, 68, 78, 79-156.

"All the way to Galway," 106.

American origin of song, 100, 107,
128-142, 150-156.

Analysis of different theories, 107-
156.

Arne, Dr., 104, 108, 120.

Author. See Origin.

Bangs, Edward, author?, 140-142.

Beethoven, Ninth symphony, 78.

Bibliographical notes, 157-158, 163-
164.

Biscay origin, 101, 107, 111.

British origin of song, 96, 97, 98, 99,
103, 105, 107, 110, 128-142.

Broadsides, 100, 121, 135-142.

Bunker Hill, 82, 100, 109.

Cape Breton, 130-133.

Charles I and II, 100, 101, 107, 114-
115.

Characteristics of, 79.

Chorus refrain, 110, 123, 142-145.

Composite tune?, 125.

Cromwell and Yankee Doodle, 97,
101, 103, 107, 114-115.

Danza Esparta, 102, 107, 111.

Differences in text or music, 120,
122-125, 128-142.

" Doodle doo," 143-145.

Dutch origin of the song, 100, 107,
111-113.

Dutch origin of the words, 91-93.

Early use in America, 108-110, 115-
117.



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Yankee Doodle Continued.

Early versions (printed and mss.),

106, 110, 120, 121, 122-125, 129-142.
English origin of the words, 94-95,

107.

Etymology, 82-95.
Facsimiles, 122.
Farmer's (The) and his son's return

from a visit to the camp, 141.
Father and I went down to camp, 100,

104, 134-142.
Fis(c)her, Lydia (Kitty), 97, 101, 103,

108, 115-116.

Fife-major, Grenadier guards, 102,113.
Genealogy of accounts of origin, 95-

107.

Greek origin of the words, 94.
Hastings, Jonathan, 84.
Hessian origin, 106, 107, 111.
Hungarian origin, 102, 107, 111.
Indian origin of the word Yankee,

85-89.

Irish origin, 106, 146-150.
Lancashire hornpipe?, 144.
Lincolnshire origin of "Yankee," 91.
Literature, early use of the words in

English, 94-95.
Locket (Lockit), Lydia (Lucy), 97,

98, 100, 103, 115.
"Macaroni" in connection with, 126,

127-129.
Matthews, Alb., 80, 81, 94, 99, 104, 105,

118, 127, 128, 130, 135, 138, 141, 143,

152, 154.

Modern music, use of, in, 79.
Moore, G. H., 80.

Nickname for New Englanders, 80-82.
Norwegian origin of Yankee, 91.
Nursery rhyme, 115.
Objections to, 80.

Oriental origin of the words, 89-91.
Origin of song, different accounts, 95-

107.

The same analyzed, 107-156.
Origin of the words, 128-142. (See

also words sung to the air.)
Persian origin of the words, 89-91.
Popularity (early) in America, 108-

110.
Pre-revolutionary origin, 96, 97, 99,

100, 101, 105, 107, 108, 110, 114-115,

128-142.



Yankee Doodle Continued.

Revolutionary origin of song, 95, 96,

99, 100, 107, 128-142.
Roundheads and the Cavaliers, 97,

114.

Savoyard song?, 113.
Scotch origin of the word "Yankee,"

91.
Schuckburgh, Richard, 97, 105, 108,

130, 150-156.

"There is a man in our town, " 105.
Thompson country dances, 103, 117-

118.
Tyler, Royall (The Contrast), 133-

135, 143.

Ulysses (Smith's), 102, 108, 118-119.
Use (early), 108-110.
Walsh's coll. of dances, 101, 117-118.
"Will ye go to Sheriff Muir," 148-149.
Words sung to the air, 97, 98, 99, 100,

105, 110, 119, 120, 122, 123, 125,

126, 128-142.
"Yankee Doodle came to town," 98,

100, 103, 105, 114, 125, 129-142.
Yankee's (Yankey's) return from

camp, 135-138.
"Yankee Doodle came to town," 98, 100,

103, 105, 114, 125, 129-142.
"Yankee Doodle do," 143-145.
"Yankee Doodle is the tune," 79.
"Yankee Doodle keep it up," 142-145.
"Yankee Doodle, or the Lexington

March," 126, 131-133.
"Yankee Doodle, or the Negroes farewell

to America," 126.
"Yankee Doodle's expedition to Rhode

Island," 143.
Yankee King, 129, 130.
"Yanker didel, doodel down," 100, 112.
Yankey Hastings, 84.
Yankoo, 83.
Yates, R., 81.

"Ye friends to this auspicious day," 49.
"Ye mortals whom trouble," 23.
"Ye sluggards who murder," 56.
"Ye sons of Columbia." See "Adams

and liberty."
Yengee Duniah, 90, 91.
Yengees, 86.

Yorktown, Yankee Doodle played at, 109.
"Young Bibo," 26.

"Younglings fond of female chaces," 143.
Zeiner, E. J. A., 41, 71, 73.



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