3 edition of Columbiad found in the catalog.
|Statement||By Joel Barlow.|
|Contributions||Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.|
|LC Classifications||E120 .B257|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiii, , 428 p. (p. 427-428 advertisement)|
|Number of Pages||428|
|LC Control Number||02025642|
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The Columbiad: Book X. The vision resumed, and extended over the whole earth. Present character of different nations. Future progress of society with respect to commerce; discoveries; inland navigation; philosophical, med and political knowledge.
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Page [unnumbered] ï~~THE COLUMBIAD. BOOK I. Page [unnumbered] ï~~ARGUMENT. Subject of the Poem, and invocation to Freedom. Condition of Columbus in a Spanish prison. His monologue on the great actions of his life, and the manner in which they had been rewarded.
Appearance and speech of Hesper, the guardian Genius of the western continent. BOOK I.I sing the Mariner who first unfurl'dAn eastern banner o'er the western world,And taught mankind where future empires layIn these fair confines of descending day;Who sway'd a moment, with vicarious power,Iberia's sceptre on the new found shore,Then saw the paths his virtuous steps had trodPursued by avarice and defiled with blood,The tribes he foster'd with paternal.
The Columbiad: Book V. The Argument Vision confined to North America. Progress of the colonies. Troubles with the natives. Settlement of Canada. Spirit of the English and French colonies compared. Hostilities between France and England extended to America. Braddock's defeat. Washington saves the re of the English army.Join us to discuss and preview Columbia in Manhattanville, a new book from Columbia Books on Architecture and the City.
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Thus far it must be interesting to my countrymen. But most of the events were so recent, so important and so well known, as to render them inflexible to the hand of fiction. The poem therefore could not with1/6.