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Music of the Baker Family. Ten Years Ago.
(Oliver Ditson, 115 Washington St. for the Baker Family, 1849)
As I Was Going to Market. A Celebrated Song.
(Firth & Hall, 1 Franklin Square, 1840)
The Gems of the Christy's. Oh Come to de Husking [contains references to "Long Ago" and "Mary Blane"].
(Wm. Van Derbeek, 479 Broadway, 1848)
The Low Back'd Car. A Characteristic Irish Song As Given by the AUthor in His Irish Evenings.
(Firth & Hall, No.1 Franklin Sq., 1846)
The Female Auctioneer.
(Oliver Ditson, 115 Washington St., 1840)
Songs From O'Malley. No.4. Why Can't You Be Asy..
(Godey & M'Michael, Publishers' Hall, Chesnut St., 1842)
Music of the Alleghanians. Sleeping I Dreamed Love. Quartett.
(Wm. Hall & Son, 239 Broadway, Opposite the Park, 1847)
Light May the Boat Row. An Admired Duet. 8th Edition.
(Atwill, 201 Broadway, 1841)
[Foster-Hall Reproductions]. Music of the Great Southern Original Sable Harmonists, the Best Band of Singers in the United States.
(Millets Music Saloon, 329 Broadway, 1848)
Dandy Jim, From Carolina. a Popular Negro Melody.
(Firth & Hall, 239 Broadway, 1843)