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Campbell's Melodies. Bella Rosa, Song and Chorus.
(William Hall & Son, 239 Broadway (cor. of Park Place), 1848)
Songs of the Virginia Serenaders. Boston Gals. Song and Chorus
(Keith's Music Publishing House, 67 & 69 Court St., 1844)
The Virginia Minstrels. No.4. "Dandy Jim From Caroline." Arranged for the Piano.
(F.D. Benteen, 1844)
The Only Correct & Authorized Edition. Music of the Ethiopian Serenaders. Rosa Lee, or, Dont Be Foolish Joe.
(William Hall & Son, 239 Broadway, Cor. of Park Place, 1847)
Dandy Jim. Quick Step and Song.
(H. Prentiss, 33 Court St., 1844)
The Rose of Alabama (Words Used by Permission of Turner & Fisher).
(Geo. P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row, 1846)
The Celebrated Negro Melodies. Stop Dat Knocking. A Duett Sung by one in imitation of two rival niggers Gumbo & Sambo.
(Geo. P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row, 1843)
The Celebrated Ethiopian Melodies. Illustrations of the Dandyism of the Northern States, As the Ethiopians of the Southern States. De New York Gals. A Comic Song.
(C.G. Christman, 404 Pearl Street, 1843)
The Ole Grey Goose. A Most Popular Banjo Song. Arranged for the Piano.
(A. Fiot, 196 Chesnut St., 1844)
Tell Me Josey Whar You Bin. The Celebrated Nigger Duett.
(Henry Prentiss, 33 Court St., 1840)