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The Mudsills Are Coming. A New Army Song.
(Russell & Patee, 108 Tremont St., 1862)
Marching Along. The Popular Army Song and Chorus.
(Firth, Pond & Co., 547 Broadway, 1862)
Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!, or, The Prisoner's Hope. Song & Chorus.
(Root & Cady, 67 Washington St., 1864)
Good Bye! Old Glory! Song & Chorus.
(Root & Cady, 67 Washington St., 1863)
Ha! Ha! Ha! That's So Too.
(H.M. Higgins, 117 Randolph St., 1863)
Brave McClellan is Our Leader Now, or Glory Hallelujah! Also includes text to "We are Bound for Dixie's Land, My Boys."
(Horace Waters, 481 Broadway;, 1863)
The Stars and Stripes are Still Unfurled.
(Lee & Walker, 722 Chesnut St., 1861)
(John Church, Jr., 66 West 4th St., 1863)
Sherman's On the Track. Contraband Song and Chorus.
(W.R. Smith, Agt. 135 Nth Eighth St., 1865)
The Vacant Chair, or, We Shall meet but We Shall Miss Him. (Thanksgiving 1861). Fifteenth Thousand.
(Root & Cady, 95 Clark St., 1861)