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The Only Correct & Authorized Edition. Music of the Ethiopian Serenaders. The Negro Fisherman.
(William Hall & Son, 239 Broadway, Cor. of Park Place, 1847)
Fi, Hi, Hi. The Black Shakers Song & Polka.
(Firth, Pond & Co., 1 Franklin Square, 1851)
Massa Sound is Sleeping.
(Firth, Pond & Co., No.1 Franklin Square, 1850)
Lucy Neale. A Celebrated Negro Melody
(J.G. Osbourn's Music Saloon, 112 S. 3d. St., Near the Exchange, 1844)
I'm Off For Charleston.
(Firth, Pond & Co., No. 1 Franklin Square, 1850)
Campbell's Melodies. Poor Nelly Ann.
(Wm. Hall & Son, 239 Broadway, Cor. of Park Place, 1848)
Dandy Jim of Caroline, A Celebrated Ethiopian Melody. Series Title Music of the Ethiopian Serenaders. Nine Songs and a Set of Cotillions.
(E. Ferrett & Co., 68 South Fourth Street, [n.d.])
Tell Me Josey Whar You Bin. The Celebrated Nigger Duett.
(Henry Prentiss, 33 Court St., 1840)
Topsy Never Was Born. Topsy's Song.
(Published by the Amphions and For Sale by T. Hough Syracuse, 1854)
Songs of the Congo Melodists. Song & Chorus. Lucy Neal.
(Firth & Hall, 239 Broadway & 1 Franklin Square, 1844)