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Subject: FRENCH NAVY
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A BALLAD OF THE FRENCH FLEET; OCTOBER, 1746, by HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: A fleet with flags arrayed
Last Line: With thine horses through the sea!
Subject(s): Boston; French & Indian Wars; Navy - France; French Navy


A DIALOGUE BETWEEN GEORGE AND FOX, by PHILIP FRENEAU    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Good charly fox, your counsel I implore
Last Line: And france, triumphant, stems the subject main.
Subject(s): American Revolution; Fox, Charles James (1749-1806); George Iii, King Of England (1738-1820); Great Britain - Foreign Relations; Navy - France; Navy - Great Britain; Navy - Spain; French Navy; English Navy; Spanish Navy


A DIALOGUE; OVERHEARD IN A VILLAGE NEAR PORTSMOUTH, DURING WAR FRANCE, by ROWLAND EYLES EGERTON-WARBURTON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Says sue to jack, 'the reason why we english wins the day
Last Line: "jabbering beggars, no! Who'd understand 'em if they did?"
Alternate Author Name(s): Egerton-warburton, R. E.
Subject(s): French & Indian Wars; Navy - France; Navy - Great Britain; Prayer; War; French Navy; English Navy


ABOUT SAVANNAH, by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text            
First Line: Come let us rejoice
Last Line: "huzza for the king and prevost, sir"
Subject(s): "american Revolution;estaing, Jean Baptiste De (1729-1794);navy - France;prevost, Augustine;savannah, Georgia;" French Navy


RUNNING THE BLOCKADE, by NORA PERRY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: When the french fleet lay
Last Line: Who had run the blockade!
Subject(s): American Revolution; Boston Harbor, Blockade Of (1778); Navy - France; Navy - Great Britain; French Navy; English Navy


THE ILLUMINATION OF ENGLISH AND FRENCH FLEETS AT PORTSMOUTH, by CHARLES TENNYSON TURNER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Thanks to those festal fires! Mankind shall be
Last Line: And how the bells of welcome pealed and chimed!
Subject(s): Navy - France; Navy - Great Britain; Peace; Portsmouth, England; French Navy; English Navy


THE SHAN VAN VOCHT (THE POOR OLD WOMAN) (1), by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text            
First Line: Oh! The french are on the sea
Last Line: Then hurra for liberty! / says the shan van vocht
Subject(s): Freedom;ireland;navy - France; Liberty;irish;french Navy


THE SHAN VAN VOCHT (THE POOR OLD WOMAN) (2), by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text            
First Line: Oh boney's on the sea
Last Line: Says the shan van vocht
Subject(s): Freedom;ireland;navy - France; Liberty;irish;french Navy


TO LAURA, ON THE FRENCH FLEET PARADING BEFORE PLYMOUTH, 1779, by ANN THOMAS    Poem Text            
First Line: Our ears were stunned with noisy drum
Last Line: I'll only say I am thy friend.
Subject(s): American Revolution; Fraser, Simon (1726-1782); Navy - France; French Navy


YANKEE DOODLE'S EXPEDITION TO RHODE ISLAND, by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text            
First Line: "from lewis, monsieur gerard, came"
Last Line: "for clinton's name alarmed his mind, / and made him stir his stumps, sir"
Subject(s): "american Revolution;navy - France;newport, Rhode Island;" French Navy