Choruses, Sacred (Mixed Voices, 4 Parts), Unaccompanied Scores

The New-England psalm-singer, or, American chorister containing a number of psalm-tunes, anthems, and canons : in four and five parts : (never before published)
Printed by Edes and Gill, and to be sold by them ... , by Deacon Elliot ... , by Josiah Flagg ... , by Gillam Bass ... , and by the author (mau) [1770?]
The psalm-singer's amusement containing a number of fuging pieces and anthems
Printed and sold by the author ... (mau) 1781
The Suffolk harmony consisting of psalm tunes, fuges, and anthems
Engraved and printed by J. Norman, for the author ... (mau) 1786
The continental harmony containing, a number of anthems, fuges, and chorusses, in several parts : never before published
By Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews, sold at their bookstore ... (mau) 1794
Eternal source of every joy from Stabat Mater
Oliver Ditson (mau) 1850
Bricher, et al.
Thirteenth psalm
F. J. Huntington, Mason Bros., and Wm. Hall & Son (nyu) 1853
The air is heavy with the breath of flowers -- The source of joy -- Sabbath school
F. J. Huntington, Mason Bros., and Wm. Hall & Son (nyu) 1853
Root, et al.