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Songs by J.L. Gilbert. No. 2. Bonnie, Sweet Bessie. (The Most Beautiful and Popular Scotch Song Ever Written or Published).
(White-Smith & Perry, 516 Washington St., 1873)
Evangeline. Song and Chorus.
(S. Brainard & Co., No. 203 Superior Street, 1865)
The Gem That Decks Her Queenly Brow. A Ballad. 6th Edition.
(Goulding & D'Almaine, 20 Soho Sqe., [n.d.])
Change Not Thou. Song.
(Firth, Pond & Co., 1849)
(Oliver Ditson, 115 Washington St., 1846)
That Thou Art Lovely Who'll Deny [The Honble. Lavinia H . . . .[sic]].
(Millett's Music Saloon, 375 Broadway, [n.d.])
She Was Bred in Kentucky. ["A First-Night Hit With Yours Very Truly, Lottie Gilson."]
(Jos. W. Stern & Co., 45 East 20th St., 1898)
Jenny the Pride of the Glen.
(Oliver Ditson & Co., 277 Washington St., 1860)
R.J. Joses's Latest Success. A Message to Genevive.
(The Manhattan Music Publishing Co., No. 161 East 86th St., 1894)
When the Harvest Days are Over, Jessie Dear.
(Shapiro, Bernstein & Von Tilzer, 45 West 28th St., 1900)