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Go Forget Me Why Should Sorrow. A Favorite Song.
(E. Riley & Co., 29 Chatham Street, [n.d.])
(Firth, Hall & Pond, 239 Broadway, 1846)
One Dream of You, My Own. Ballad.
(Wm. Hall & Son, 543 Broadway, 1870)
My Henry is Gone. A Ballad.
(J. Siegling at his Musical Warehouse, 109 Meeting Street, nearly opposite the Circular Church, [n.d.])
Gooda-bye Fedora. Edition De Luxe.
(Shapiro, Remick and Company, 1904)
This Rose to Calm My Brother's Cares.
(Falkner's, Opera Music Warehouse, No. 3. Old Bond St., [n.d.])
Just For To-Night. (A Bigger "Hit" Than "Some of Thse Days.")
(Will Rossiter, The Chicago Publisher, 136 W. Lake St., 1914)
Go Youth Beloved. A Ballad.
(Dubois & Stodart, No. 126 Broad Way, [n.d.])
Go Forget Me Why Should Sorrow. A Favorite Song from the New York Mirror.
(G.E. Blake, 13 South Fifth Street, [n.d.])
Sadi the Moore. A Favorite New Song.
(J. Hewitt's Musical Repository, No. 59 Maiden Lane, [n.d.])