The New Union (Jeremiah Ingalls)
- Editor: Barry Johnston (submitted 2017-07-21). Score information: Letter, 1 page, 68 kB Copyright: Public Domain
- Edition notes: Oval note edition, as written in 1805. Fifteen stanzas included, as in Ingalls 1805.
- Editor: Barry Johnston (submitted 2017-07-20). Score information: 7 x 10 inches (landscape), 1 page, 46 kB Copyright: Public Domain
- Edition notes: Note shapes added (4-shape). Fifteen stanzas included, as in Ingalls 1805.
First published: 1805 in Ingalls' The Christian Harmony, pp. 30-31
Description: Words by an unknown author, apparently first published 1804; the words appear in various forms, sometimes beginning Come saints and sinners, hear me tell, ten to fifteen stanzas. "This tune probably dates from the 1770s and was called Cuba’s March. It was played by American fifers well into the nineteenth century" (Keller 2012). This tune appears as Heavenly Union in William Walker's Southern and Western Pocket Harmonist, 1845.
- Keller, Kate V. W. No date (ca. 2012). The Union. Isaiah Thomas Broadside Ballads Project, No. 246. Published online. Worcester, Massachusetts: American Antiquarian Society. Accessed 2017-07-17.
Original text and translations
Original text and translations may be found at Attend ye saints and hear me tell.