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Three Sets of Cotillions. (1) The Welcome; (2) La Fayette's Favourite; (3) The Cadmus; (4) La Bonne Mere. Second Set (1) Carrolton; (2) The Nationsl Guest; (3) York Town; (4) Washingtons Tent. Third Set (1) Belvidere; (2) The Noble Volunteer; (3) The Marquis; (4) The General. Also includes Columbus,or, The Drunken Sailor, Contentment & Love, and Rustic Reel. Includes instructions for dance figures.
(John Cole, 123 Market Street, 1824)
Virginia. "The Virginian's Song of Home."
(Henry McCaffrey, 205 West Baltimore Street, 1855)
The Battle of Santiago.
(Chas. F. Alsop, 1315 Somerset St., 1898)
Song of the Texan Ranger. Buck Skin Sam.
(White, Smith & Company, 516 Washington St., 1875)
Latest Sentimental, Comic, Motto, Serio Comic, Negro, Irish, Swell Etc. Etc. Songs. Composed by Ned Straight. The Petticoat Brigade (Marching Song).
(Mrs. Pauline Lieder, 60 Chatham St., 1880)
God Save the Flag of Our Native Land. Patriotic Song & Chorus.
(Wm. McCarrell, 310 West Jefferson St., 1861)
Uncle Sam is Bound to Win.
(G.D. Russell & Company, 126 Tremont, Opposite Park St., 1864)
National Songs of America. The Star Spangled Banner.
(Oliver Ditson, 115 Washington St., 1856)
The Guard on the Rhine (Die Wacht am Rhein). The Popular German National Song.
(S. Brainard's Sons, 203 Superior St., 1870)
Where is the Freeman Found.
(Miller & Beacham, 1863)