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12TH REGIMENT, NEW-YORK STATE MILITIA.
The gallant Twelfth where e'er they go (4 vs. and chors.) Air: Viva la. By Archibald Scott; publ. De Marsan (4). De Marsan lyre border. 26 x 14.7 cm.

THE 195TH PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. BALLAD NO. 2.
At Berryville, fifteen days we stayed (6 vs.) Letter paper; blue ink; hdpc. Magnus 136, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 20.4 x 12.6 cm.

THE 23D PENN'A REG.'S BRAVE ACTION ON THE 31ST OF MAY, AT THE BATTLE OF FAIR OAKS.
Fom Soldiers all, both great and small, you heroes and you braves (10 vs.) Tune.—Raging Canal. By James Smith, Co. H. 23d Regt. Penn'a Volunteers., Variant: a. Varying, without apostrophe in "Penna.", and with 23d Regiment, P. V. as author's designation; with "Air" instead of "Tune"; publ. Auner (3). A-J border. 23.5 x 14.7 cm., Variant: b. With "1862" in title; "Commanded by Col. Neill"; publ. Johnson (2); adv: See his large Assortment of Union Songs. 20 x H.8 cm. (cropped), Variant: c. With "Va" at end of title; print. Johnson (2). 22 x 13.4 cm., Variant: d. Title: "Fair Oaks Battle, Fought on the 31st of May 1862"; respectfully dedicated to the Gallant 23d Pa. Regt. Commanded by Col. Neill; [publ.] Johnson (2). 24.2 x 12.2 cm., Variant: e. Title: "The 23d Pennsylvania Volunteers in Action"; [signed] James Smith, 23d R., P. V. 25.5 x 9.5 cm. (cropped)

THE 23D PENN'A REG.'S BRAVE ACTION ON THE 31ST OF MAY, AT THE BATTLE OF FAIR OAKS.
Fom Soldiers all, both great and small, you heroes and you braves (10 vs.) Tune.—Raging Canal. By James Smith, Co. H. 23d Regt. Penn'a Volunteers., Variant: a. Varying, without apostrophe in "Penna.", and with 23d Regiment, P. V. as author's designation; with "Air" instead of "Tune"; publ. Auner (3). A-J border. 23.5 x 14.7 cm., Variant: b. With "1862" in title; "Commanded by Col. Neill"; publ. Johnson (2); adv: See his large Assortment of Union Songs. 20 x H.8 cm. (cropped), Variant: c. With "Va" at end of title; print. Johnson (2). 22 x 13.4 cm., Variant: d. Title: "Fair Oaks Battle, Fought on the 31st of May 1862"; respectfully dedicated to the Gallant 23d Pa. Regt. Commanded by Col. Neill; [publ.] Johnson (2). 24.2 x 12.2 cm., Variant: e. Title: "The 23d Pennsylvania Volunteers in Action"; [signed] James Smith, 23d R., P. V. 25.5 x 9.5 cm. (cropped)

THE 2D N.Y. FIRE-ZOUAVES.
Come all, ye brave fellows, and listen to my song (6 vs.) Air: Joe Bowe rs. Dedicated to Col. Fairman by One of the Zouaves; publ. De Marsan (3). De Marsan eagle border, col. 25.6 x 16.5 cm.

THE 69TH BRIGADE.
My true love, William, to the war he is gone (9 vs.) Air: The Night Templers., Variant: a. [Publ.] De Marsan (3). De Marsan Ethiopian border. 26 x 16.5 cm., Variant: b. [As above;] De Marsan ship border. 23 x 13.6 cm., Variant: c. Publ. De Marsan (3). De Marsan border with eagle, drapery with stars and stripes. 24 x 15.5 cm.

69TH REGIMENT. NO. 2.
It was in the month of April (4 vs.) Air: Sebastopol. Publ. De Marsan (3). De Marsan eagle border, col. 25 x 16.2 cm.

9TH NEW-JERSEY VOLUNTEER REGIMENT.
Ye, Sons of New-Jersey, the Free and the Brave (12 vs.) By J.D. Long, Private of Company D.; publ. De Marsan (3). De Marsan ship border, with war scenes in lower corners. 26 x 16 cm.

"A HUNDRED YEARS AGO."
A clay-built cot! how glory comes (6 vs.) Headed: "The Burns Centennial Celebration. Poems for the Occasion."; Dedicated to the Burns Association; By Rev. Edward C. Jones; 2nd song: "What's Na Proud O'Robin?" 3rd song: "Monody To Robert Burns," by Andrew

(A NEW VERSION OF) THE HAPPY LAND OF CANAAN.
Oh! good evening to you all, I mean both great and small (6 vs. and chor.) As sung by Al. Pierce. T. o. border. 17.7 x 11.9 cm.

"A TEMPEST IN A TEA POT."
"A TEMPEST IN A TEA POT."
Come listen all good citizens (14 vs. and chor.) Headed: "A Doleful Ditty."; followed by a rhyme from Mother Goose and long explanation of song: "A great many years ago, when civilization, the fine arts and military tactics, were all in their infancy .

"ABE LINCOLN IS OUR CHOICE."
The People are the monarchs here (4 vs.) Headed: "A Campaign Song"; dedicated to William H. Kern, Esquire, President of the People's Campaign Club. 17.3 x 9.9 cm.

ABE LINCOLN'S BATTLE CRY.
The Rebels cheered for Mac, when our army drove them back (6 vs. and chor.) Cop: 1864, James D. Gay, EDPa., Variant: a. By James D. Gay, the Celebrated Army Song Publisher and Vocalist. T. o. border; bust of Lincoln in ornamental frame. 24.4 x 15 cm., Variant: b. Title: "Union Battle Cry"; by James D. Gay, Army Song Dealer and Publisher; Air: Battle cry of freedom; adv: Gay's Army songs sent by Mail. Letter paper; blue ink; hdpc. Magnus 176, col. 20.3 x 12.4 cm.

ABRAHAM LINCOLN.
Sadly the lengthening shadows fall (3 vs. uneven length) Written by Louise S. Upham., Variant: a. Publ. Magnus (1). Letter paper; hdpc. Magnus 7. 20.4 x 12.8 cm., Variant: b. [As above; with mourning border added.] 20.5 x 12.6 cm.

ABRAHAM'S DAUGHTER.
Some years ago, I s'pose you know (3 vs. and chor.), Variant: a. Publ. De Marsan (3). De Marsan eagle border. 21.3 x 15 cm., Variant: b. [As above;] De Marsan clown border. 24.4 x 16 cm., Variant: c. Sheet no. 848; as sung by Charley Fox, of Hooley's Minstrels. Wrigley kissing cupids border. 22.8 x 15 cm.

ABRAHAM'S DAUGHTER.
Oh! kind folks listen to my song, it is no idle story (5 vs.) By Tony Emmett; cop: 1861, Sep. Winner, EDPa., Variant: a. Sep. Winner's Music Store (2); publ. Auner (3). A-J border. 23.3 x 14.3 cm., Variant: b. [Without Emmett's name;] Sep. Winner's Music Store (3); publ. Auner (4). A-J border. 24.2 x 15.5 cm., Variant: c. [Without Emmett's name;] music obtained of Sep. Winner (2); publ. Johnson (2). T. o. border; bust of girl within ornamental frame. 20.8 x H.9 cm. (cropped), Variant: d. Music obtained of Sep. Winner (2); publ. Johnson (2); adv: Union Letter and Note Paper, etc. A-J border. 23.5 x 14 cm., Variant: e. Music obtained of Sep. Winner (2); print. Johnson (2); adv: Cards, Bill Heads, Circulars, etc. Two identical Liberty figures. 22.4 x 13.5 cm., Variant: f. [Without Emmett's name and copyright;] music ob- tained of Sep. Winner (3); publ. Johnson (2); adv: Prof. Brooks' Ball Room Monitor. A-J border; bust of girl, floating hemisphere with flag, bust of woman. 24 x 15.6 cm.

ABRAHAM'S DAUGHTER. NO. 2.
How are you and all my friends (4 vs. and chor.), Variant: a. Publ. De Marsan (3) De Marsan eagle border. 25 x 16.4 cm., Variant: b. Sheet no. 749; sold by Partridge (2). T. o. border. 20.4 x 12.3 cm., Variant: c. [Without "No. 2" in title;] as sung by Billy Ward, at the Kossuth Concert Saloon; publ. Warren (1); to be had at H. Myers; for Sale, Wholesale and Retail, at Jacob K. Search. T. o. border. 24.3 x 16.2 cm., Variant: d. [Without "No. 2" in title;] with long lines; "Fourth Edition"; as sung by Ed Wray, at the Canterbury Hall, N.W. Corner Fifth and Chestnut; publ. Warren (2); adv: This Song and 600 others can be had at Jacob K. Search. T. o. border; man carrying adv. 21.4 x 12 cm., Variant: e. [Without period after "No" and "2";] sheet no. 1016; publ. Wrigley (1) Wrigley kissing cupids border. 24 x 15.3 cm.

ABRAHAM'S DAUGHTER. NO. 3
When first this war through the peaceful North (4 vs. and chor.) By John Smith; sheet no. 1086; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley kissing cupids border. 21.8 x 13 cm.

ACROSTIC [ON B. F. BUTLER].
Brut a I by nature - a coward and knave (8 lines) Baltimore, March 14, 1863., Variant: a. 15.7 x 10.5 cm., Variant: b. Yellow paper. 11 x 8.3 cm.

ADAM'S ALE.
ADAM'S ALE.
A glass of cold water I'll drink when I am thirsty (5 vs.) Sheet no. 910; As sung by Proffesser [sic] Nash; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley kissing cupids border. 24.1 x 15.7 cm.

AN ADDRESS, BY THE LADIES OF LITTLE EGGHAR- BOR, TO THE IRICK INFANTRY, OF LITTLE EGG HAR- BOR.
Who's braver than Eggharbormen (7 vs.) By Leah Blackman, Tuskerton, June, 1861. 18.7 x 12 cm.

ADDRESS OF THE CARRIERS OF THE PHILADEL- PHIA EVENING JOURNAL. 1859.
ADDRESS OF THE CARRIERS OF THE PHILADEL- PHIA EVENING JOURNAL. 1859.
Like a giant slain by young David's hand (7 vs.) Double-line border; woodcut ornaments, including angel blowing trumpet. 44 x 30.9 cm.

ADDRESS OF THE CARRIERS OF THE PHILADEL- PHIA EVENING JOURNAL, TO THEIR PATRONS. 1860. JANUARY 1ST. 1860.
ADDRESS OF THE CARRIERS OF THE PHILADEL- PHIA EVENING JOURNAL, TO THEIR PATRONS. 1860. JANUARY 1ST. 1860.
A year is dead! A year is born (20 vs.) Notices of Fire Alarm and Fire District, and Fare of Hackney Coaches. Wavy-line border, with elaborate cornerpieces and vignettes of Columbia. 46.1 x 30.7 cm.

ADDRESS OF THE CARRIERS OF THE SATURDAY EVENING POST, JANUARY 1, 1865.
ADDRESS OF THE CARRIERS OF THE SATURDAY EVENING POST, JANUARY 1, 1865.
Come to the crown- ing of the King (12 vs.) With\almanac below. T. o. border. 47.3 x 34 cm.

ADDRESS TO HER MARYLAND LOVER, BY A VIR- GINIAN GIRL.
Fly to the South, come fly with me (5 vs.) Air—"Fly to the Desert." [Signed] M.F.Q., Variant: a. Printed on double-sheet; title on first page headed: A Southern Song; Richmond, 1861; text on third page. 15.2 x 10 cm., Variant: b. [As above;] with embossed border on first page. 16.1 x 9.9 cm., Variant: c. [As above, without embossed border;] with flag in red and blue on first page. 15.4 x 10 cm., Variant: d. Printed on double-sheet; first page headed "Privately Printed"; Baltimore, 1862; text on second and third pages; 1st song dated Richmond, May 3, 1861; 2nd song: "Reply", dated Baltimore, May 28, 1861. Red ink; solid border in red; flag in red and blue on first page; seal above each text. 20.2 x 12.5 cm.

ADDRESS TO THE JOURNEYMEN CORDWAINERS L. B. OF PHILADELPHIA
Cordwainers! Arouse! The time has now come (14 vs.) By John Mcllvaine; print. Johnson (2). T. o. border; eagle with shield and flags. 22.5 x 14.3

ADIEU, MY NATIVE LAND ADIEU.
ADIEU, MY NATIVE LAND ADIEU.
Cordwainers! Arouse! The time has now come (14 vs.) By John Mcllvaine; print. Johnson (2). T. o. border; eagle with shield and flags. 22.5 x 14.3

ADM'L PORTER'S FLEET AND THE ARMY OF THE JAMES.
Cordwainers! Arouse! The time has now come (14 vs.) By John Mcllvaine; print. Johnson (2). T. o. border; eagle with shield and flags. 22.5 x 14.3

ADOLPHEUS SNOW.
ADOLPHEUS SNOW.
White folks listen to me now (5 vs.) Air: Blow ye Winds, I, O. Sheet no. 851; As sung by Bob Hart, at the American Concert Hall 444 Broadway; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley kissing cupids border. 24.3 x 15.6 cm.

ADVICE TO YOUNG LADIES.
ADVICE TO YOUNG LADIES.
When married you are you must learn to submit (2 vs.) Air—John Dean. By G. L. of the F. D. S.; 2nd song: "Oh, Say Not Woman's Heart is Bought"; print. Andrews. T. o. border. 23.6 x 14.6 cm.

AFLOAT ON THE OCEAN.
AFLOAT ON THE OCEAN.
Afloat on the Ocean, my days gaily fly (2 vs.) A-J border; sailing ship. 20.3 x 12.8 cm. (cropped)

AFRICAN WOMAN'S LAMENTATION.
Help oh help, thou God of Christians (11 vs.) Headed: "Morriss' Prepared Editions"; publ. William H. Morriss (1). T. o. border. 30 x 12.2 cm.

THE AGE OF PROGRESS.
THE AGE OF PROGRESS.
The age of giant progress (4 vs.) [Publ.] De Marsan (2). De Marsan trapper border, col.; cop: 1860, H. De Marsan, SDN.Y. 24.9 x 16.2 cm.

AH! QUE J'AIME LES MILITAIRES! (AH! HOW I LOVE THE MILITARY!)
Ah! que j'aime les militaires (2 vs. with English translation) From the Opera-Bouffe of J. Offenbach La Grande Duchesse; music at all music stores in New York City; publ. De Marsan (4). De Marsan comic heads border. 25 x 16.2 cm.

AH! YES, I REMEMBER. AN ANSWER TO "BEN BOLT." ORIGINAL.
AH! YES, I REMEMBER. AN ANSWER TO "BEN BOLT." ORIGINAL.
Ah! yes, I remember that name with delight (3 vs.) Cop: 1852, Thomas M. Scroggy, EDPA.; publ. Scroggy (2). T. o. border. 25.1 x 14.9 cm.

AILEEN A-ROON.
Oh! welcome, my Aileen! the moment is blest (4 vs.), Variant: a. Publ. De Marsan (3). De Marsan military cupid border. 24.6 x 16 cm., Variant: b. With comma instead of exclamation point in first line; sheet no. 529; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley military cupid border, col. 24.8 x 16.5 cm.

AILEEN ASTORE.
Oh! blessings for ever on Aileen Astore (4 vs.), Variant: a. [Publ.] De Marsan (3). De Marsan military cupid border. 25 x 17 cm., Variant: b. Sheet no. 1052; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley kissing cupids border. 24 x 15.5 cm.

AINT I GLAD TO GET OUT OF THE WILDERNESS.
Way down south in Beaver Creek (6 vs. and chor., text beginning with "Music—Turn, Turn, Turn, Turn"), Variant: a. [Without period at end of title.] A-J border. 20 x 13.6 cm., Variant: b. Publ. De Marsan (4). De Marsan Ethiopian border, col. 24.6 x 16.5 cm.

ALABAMA AGAIN.
I left Alabama a long way behind me (4 vs. and "Finale") Air. Believe me if all those Endearing Young Charms., Variant: a. Print. Andrews. T. o. border. 23.7 x 15.4 cm., Variant: b. [As above;] with Astley's imprint added. 24 x 15.3 cm.

ALFRED'S COMPLAINT BEFORE LYDIA!
ALFRED'S COMPLAINT BEFORE LYDIA!
Alas! the happy vision's fled (31 vs. and chor.) Air:—"Dandy Jim from the Caroline." [Print.] Kendall's Rotery Press. T. o. border; wine barrels and jug. 30.4 x 22.2 cm.

ALL FORWARD! THE CELEBRATED GARIBALDI HYMN.
All Forward! All Forward (3 vs.) Music obtained at Oliver Ditson and Co. (1). A-J border. 19.7 x 13.3 cm. (cropped)

ALL GOING HOME.
We're all going home (3 vs. and chor.) Composed by Henry O. Upton, And sung with un- bounded applause, by the Howard Burlesque Opera Troupe, of Salem; print. J. H. Moreland. T. o. border. 23.5 x 16.4 cm.

All Hail, the Power of Jesus Name.
All Hail, the Power of Jesus Name.
Includes three other songs on the sheet: The Morning Light is Breaking; Missionary Hymn; Watchman, Tell us of the Night., All hail the power of Jesus name! (5 vs.) 27 x 17 cm.

ALL HAIL, YE GALLANT FREEMEN TRUE!
AW hail, ye gallant freemen true (3 vs.) Tune—"Old Lang Syne.'' For the Mass Meeting at Oyster Bay, September 20, 1856. 24.5 x 15.3 cm.

ALL SPICE; OR, SPICE FOR ALL.
All people endure all (3 vs.), Variant: a. [Signed] Cola; Baltimore, March 7, 1862. Title within double-line border; double-line border. 22.2 x 6.5 cm., Variant: b. [As above;] blue paper. 22.2 x 6.3 cm., Variant: c. Title: "Our Opinion; A Hit At These Times;" with four added verses; [signed] "Le Diable Baiteux," [N. G. Ridgeley,] Baltimore, April 1, 1862. Double-line border; man pasting up sign with title. 28 x 5.8 cm.

ALL TOGETHER AGAIN.
ALL TOGETHER AGAIN.
All together, all together, once, once again (3 vs. and chor.) As sung in the Public Schools; publ. Johnson and Co.; print. Johnson (2). 17 x 10 cm. (cropped)

ALL'S FOR THE BEST.
All's for the best! be sanguine and cheerful (3 vs. and chors.), Variant: a. Music published by Firth, Pond and Co. (1); adv: Ten illustrated songs, publ. Magnus (1). Letter paper; blue ink; hdpc. Magnus 184, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 20.4 x 13 cm., Variant: b. Sheet no. 620; [without 2nd chor.;] publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley kissing cupids border, col. 25.2 x 15.7 cm.

ALLS WELL, COME TO THE RESCUE.
One night of late I chanced to stray (8 vs.) Headed: "Song." T. o. border. 36 x 11.4 cm.

AM I NOT FONDLY THINE OWN.
AM I NOT FONDLY THINE OWN.
Thou, thou reign'st in this bosom, (3 vs.) 2nd song: "I'll Remember Thee.", Variant: a. Print. Andrews. Andrews ivy border. 24 x 15 cm., Variant: b. [As above;] with Astley's imprint added. 24.4 x 15.6 cm.

[AMERICA] MY COUNTRY 'TIS OF THEE.
My country, 'tis of thee (4 vs.), Variant: a. With comma after "Country" in title. A-J border; eagle with flag. 20 x 13.5 cm. (cropped), Variant: b. Publ. Auner (2). A-J border; eagle between "1776. 1861." 24 x 14.6 cm., Variant: c. Print. Auner (longitudinal) (3). 14 x 8.7 cm., Variant: d. Title: "America"; [publ.] De Marsan (3). De Marsan kissing cupids border. 22.2 x 13.7 cm., Variant: e. Title: "America"; [publ.] De Marsan (4). De Marsan trapper border; cop: 1860, H. De Marsan, SDN.Y. 25.6 x 17 cm., Variant: f. Title: "America"; [without 3d vs.;] 2nd song: Prayer for Our Country; publ. Johnson (2); adv: 600 different kinds of Songs. A-J border. 24 x 15.2 cm., Variant: g. [Without 3d vs.;] sheet no. 700; with exclamation point after title; publ. Partridge (2). T. o. border. 22.2 x 15.5 cm., Variant: h. Title: "America"; sheet no. 736; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley kissing cupids border. 24.2 x 14.3 cm., Variant: i. [As above;] Wrigley flag border, stripes with starry top, col. 21 x 13 cm., Variant: j. Title: "Our Native Land"; 3d vs. only. Card; blue ink; figure of Columbia with flag, col. 11.2 x 8 cm.

THE AMERICAN BOY
"Father, look up and see that flag (8 vs.), Variant: a. Publ. De Marsan (3). De Marsan ship border, with war scenes in lower corners. 24.7 x 14.5 cm., Variant: b. [Without comma in first line;] publ. Johnson (2); adv: Cards, Circulars, Bill-Heads, etc. Wavy-line border with ornamental corners. 20.6 x 12 cm., Variant: c. Adv: 500 Illustrated Ballads [publ.] Magnus (2). Letter paper; blue ink; hdpc. Magnus 184, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 19 x 12.5 cm., Variant: d. [As above;] hdpc. Magnus 41, col.; [publ.] Magnus (1). 20.8 x 13 cm.

THE AMERICAN FLAG.
Brave Men! behold the Flag that's sold (4 vs.) By Estwick Evans; copyrighted; dedicated to the Army; with prose essay on the Flag below text; sold by W. A. Tinney. 27.5 x 12.7 cm.

THE AMERICAN GIRL.
Our hearts are with our native land (4 vs.), Variant: a. Print. Andrews. Andrews ivy border. 24 x 15 cm., Variant: b. [As above;] with Astley's imprint pasted over Andrews'. 24.2 x 15 cm., Variant: c. Sheet no. 108; publ. Wrigley (1); [with THE UNION VOLUNTEERS on verso.] Wrigley kissing cupids border. 22 x 13.6 cm.

AMERICAN LIBERTY.
Here is true Liberty (5 vs.) Air—Indian Hunter. Dedicated to the Washington Glee Club; [sold by] Charles F. Mayer; print. A. H. Senseman (1). T. o. border. 22.3 x 13 cm. (cropped)

THE AMERICAN REBELS!
Rebels! Us a holy name (8 vs.) Headed: "Song." T. o. border; clasped hands. 30.1 x 14.2 cm.

THE AMERICAN STAR.
Come, strike the bold anthem, the war dogs are howling (4 vs.) Air—Humors of Glen. [Publ.] Louis Bonsai; adv: All Kinds of Books Bound. T. o. border. 20.7 x 12.3 cm.

THE AMERICAN STAR.
Come, strike the bold anthem, the war-dogs are howling (4 vs.), Variant: a. [Without "The" in title, and without comma after Come in first line;] publ. Auner (2). A-J border. 23 x 15 cm., Variant: b. [Publ.] De Marsan (3). De Marsan military cupid border. 25 x 16.5 cm., Variant: c. Publ. De Marsan (3). De Marsan eagle border, col. 24 x 15.5 cm., Variant: d. Publ. Edwin J. Gibson; for sale at J. Rafferty's. Orange paper; t. o. border; star. 24.2 x 15.4 cm., Variant: e. [Without "The" in title, and without comma after Come in first line;] publ. Johnson (2); adv: Cards, Circulars, Billheads, etc. T. o. border. 23.5 x 15.5 cm., Variant: f. Tune—"Araby's daughter." 15.7 x 9.7 cm. (cropped)

THE AMERICAN VOLUNTEER.
I'm going to leave my native hills (6 vs.) Air: The Girl I left behind me., Variant: a. From the Stars and Stripes Songster, publ. Robert M. De Witt; publ. De Marsan (3). De Marsan eagle border, col. 20 x 10 cm., Variant: b. Sheet no. 506; publ. Partridge (2). T. o. border. 20 x 12 cm., Variant: c. Sheet no. 742; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley military cupid border. 24.6 x 13.8 cm., Variant: d. [As above;] Wrigley flag border, stripes with starry top, col. 21.5 x 13 cm.

ANCIENT RAMS NO. 2. OF SOUTHWARK.
We are the Ancient Rams (9 vs.) Air—Rocks of Sicily. By T. K.; publ. Thomas M. Scroggy (2). T. o. border. 22.9 x 15.5 cm.

AN ANGEL FORM IN DREAMS BEHELD.
AN ANGEL FORM IN DREAMS BEHELD.
An Angel form in dreams beheld (2 vs.) Sheet no. 979; From Balfe's New Opera of Stanella; sung by Mr. W. Harrison; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley kissing cupids border. 24.5 x 15.7 cm.

ANGEL'S WHISPER.
ANGEL'S WHISPER.
A baby was sleeping (4 vs.) 2nd song: "Switzer's Song of Home"; print. Andrews. T. o. border. 24.5 x 15.2 cm.

ANNIE I HAVE MISSED YOU.
ANNIE I HAVE MISSED YOU.
Dear Annie, is it you there, safe and well alone (3 vs.) Air—Willie we have missed you. By Frederick S. English; print. Andrews. T. o. border. 23.7 x 15 cm.

ANNIE LAURIE.
Maxwelton Braes are bonnie (3 vs.), Variant: a. With explanation: "We give below the words of Annie Laurie, now the most popular Ballad in the British Camp . . ."; print. Andrews. T. o. border. 24.5 x 15 cm., Variant: b. With title spelled "Lawrie"; text varying slightly; music obtained at R. Astley's; [publ.] Astley. T. o. border. 26.3 x 17.2 cm., Variant: c. With explanation: "We give below the words of Annie Laurie now the most popular ballad in the British Camp . . ."; [publ.] De Marsan (3). De Marsan kissing cupids border. 25.5 x 15.5 cm., Variant: d. Adv: 500 Illustrated Ballads [publ.] Magnus (2). Letter paper; single-line border; hdpc. Magnus 237, col. 20.2 x 12.3 cm., Variant: e. [As above; without adv.;] bronze ink. 20.5 x 12.7 cm., Variant: f. Advs.: 500 Illustrated Ballads [publ.] Magnus (2), and Ten illustrated Songs. Letter paper; double-line border; hdpc. Magnus 237a, col. 20.4 x 12.8 cm., Variant: g. Adv.: To be obtained at Newbert's...All the New Songs; publ. Walter Warren.; T.o. border; Columbia against seascape; 21.2 x 11 cm. (cropped).

ANNIE LISLE.
ANNIE LISLE.
Down where the waving willows (4 vs. and 2 chors.), Variant: a. With title spelled "Lile"; advs: See the new song of Pennsylvania Battle Cry, and New Songs. Seven Days Fight, etc.; publ. Johnson (2). 22.8 x 12.2 cm., Variant: b. Letter paper; blue ink; single-line border; hdpc. Magnus 253a, col. 20.3 x 12.7 cm., Variant: c. Publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley Ethiopian border. 24.2 x 15 cm. d. With 1 chor. only. T. o. border. 22.5 x 14.4 cm.

ANNIE OF THE VALE.
ANNIE OF THE VALE.
The young stars are glowing, their clear light bestowing (2 vs. and chors.), Variant: a. Music published by Firth, Pond and Co. (1); with 3 vs. and chor.; publ. Johnson (2). Figure of Columbia seated on a rock. 21.3 x 12.5 cm., Variant: b. Adv: 500 Illustrated Ballads [publ.] Magnus (2). Letter paper; single-line border; hdpc. Magnus 230, col. 20.5 x 12.6 cm., Variant: c. [As above;] letter paper; blue ink; hdpc. Magnus 234, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 20 x 12.3 cm., Variant: d. Publ. Magnus (1). Letter paper; frame border; hdpc. Magnus 230, col. 20 x 14 cm., Variant: e. Words by G. P. Morris; music by J. R. Thomas; sheet no. 833; music had at Firth, Pond and Co. (1); publ. Wrigley. Wrigley Ethiopian border. 24 x 15 Cm.

ANNIE WITH THE VEIL. A PARODY.
ANNIE WITH THE VEIL. A PARODY.
My love's a bookfolder (3 vs. and chors.) Air—"Annie of the Vale." Sheet no. 1130. Wrigley Ethiopian border. 23 x 15.2 cm.

ANNUAL ADDRESS OF THE CARRIERS OF THE MORNING PENNSYLVANIAN FOR CHRISTMAS 1859 AND NEW YEAR 1860.
ANNUAL ADDRESS OF THE CARRIERS OF THE MORNING PENNSYLVANIAN FOR CHRISTMAS 1859 AND NEW YEAR 1860.
Good morning, kind friends! A happy New Year (9 vs.) Ivy vine border; woodcut of man offering drinks; Philad'a Wood Engraver Co. 62.1 x 45.8 cm.

ANNUAL GREETING OF THE CARRIERS OF FITZGERALD'S CITY ITEM. CHRISTMAS, 1863.-NEW YEAR, 1864.
ANNUAL GREETING OF THE CARRIERS OF FITZGERALD'S CITY ITEM. CHRISTMAS, 1863.-NEW YEAR, 1864.
Christmas is here; the bells ring clear (11 vs.) T. o. border; with calender. 30.3 x 23.6 cm.

ANNUAL GREETING OR CARRIERS' ADDRESS OF THE DAILY NEWS: TO THEIR PATRONS, JANUARY 1, 1859.
ANNUAL GREETING OR CARRIERS' ADDRESS OF THE DAILY NEWS: TO THEIR PATRONS, JANUARY 1, 1859.
To old and young, to grave and gay (2 columns) T. o. border; ornamental arms of Philadelphia. 45.4 x 30.3 cm.

ANSWER OF KATY DARLING.
ANSWER OF KATY DARLING.
Oh, in heaven will you meet your Katy Darling (2 vs.), Variant: a. Print. Andrews. Andrews ivy border. 24 x 15 cm., Variant: b. [Publ.] De Marsan (1). De Marsan kissing cupids border, col. 26 x 16.2 cm.

ANSWER TO A THOUSAND A YEAR.
ANSWER TO A THOUSAND A YEAR.
Have you heard the strange news just came down, Gaffer Green (6 vs.) [Publ.] De Marsan (1). De Marsan kissing cupids border, col. 24.3 x 15.2 cm.

ANSWER TO MOTHER IS THE BATTLE OVER?
Yes, my boy, the battle's over (4 vs.), Variant: a. [Publ.] De Marsan (3). De Marsan kissing cupids border. 26 x 15.3 cm., Variant: b. [As above;] De Marsan Ethiopian border. 25.5 x 16.5 cm., Variant: c. With exclamation point after title; publ. Partridge (2). T. o. border. 19 x 12.3 cm. (cropped), Variant: d. Title as above; sheet no. 814; sold by Partridge (2). T. o. border. 24.2 x 16.8 cm., Variant: e. By James Wakefield; with period at end of title; sheet no. 1088; publ. Wrigley. Wrigley Ethiopian border. 21.6 x 13 cm.

ANSWER TO THE YOUNG CONSCRIPT BY HIS LADY.
O young Conscript, one and twenty (2 vs. and chors.) Air—Who will Care for Mother Now? By A. Anderson, Philad'a, Oct. 1863; cop: A. Ander- son, EDPa., 1863; [for sale] A. Anderson. A-J border. 23.5 x 15.3 cm.

ANSWER TO WHO WILL CARE FOR MOTHER NOW?
Quell, oh! quell your fears my darling (3 vs. and chor.) Air: Who will care for Mother now? Words by C. G. Streval., Variant: a. Publ. De Marsan (3). De Marsan kissing cupids border. 22.2 x 13.9 cm., Variant: b. [As above;] De Marsan fountain border. 26.6 x 17.2 cm., Variant: c. [As above;] De Marsan military cupid border. 24 x 15.2 cm., Variant: d. [Without Air and exclamation point in first line;] Streval spelled "Ytreval"; music by C. Carrol Sawyer; music had of Sawyer and Thompson; adv: 500 Illustrated Ballads [publ.] Magnus (2). Letter paper; blue ink; hdpc. Magnus 31, col.; [publ.] Magnus (1). 20.5 x 12.7 cm., Variant: e. [As above;] hdpc. Magnus 33, col.; [publ.] Magnus (1). 20.6 x 13 cm.., Variant: f. [As above;] hdpc. Magnus 39, col.; [publ.] Magnus (1). 20.9 x 13 cm., Variant: g. [As above;] hdpc. Magnus 40, col.; [publ.] Magnus (1). 20 x 11.5 cm., Variant: h. [As above;] hdpc. Magnus 77, bronze ink; publ. Mag- nus. 20 x 13 cm., Variant: i. [As above;] hdpc. Magnus 194, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 20.4 x 12.7 cm., Variant: j. [Probably as above, with adv. cropped;] hdpc. Magnus 215, col. 19.6 x 12.9 cm., Variant: k. [Without exclamation point in first line;] with Streval spelled "Ytreval"; music by C. Carrol Sawyer; sheet no. 1167; music had of Sawyer and Thompson; publ. Wrigley. Wrigley Ethiopian border. 24.2 x 15.4 cm.

ANSWER TO "WILLIE WE HAVE MISSED YOU." WILLIE'LL ROAM NO MORE.
ANSWER TO "WILLIE WE HAVE MISSED YOU." WILLIE'LL ROAM NO MORE.
Yes, Mary, I have come, love, across the dark blue sea (3 vs. and chor.) Music obtained at Firth, Pond and Co. (1); print. Andrews; with Astley's imprint added. T. o. border. 24.6 x 15.3 cm.

ANTIETAM.
On the 11th of September eighteen hundred sixty-two (8 vs.) Air: While everything is lovely, and the goose hangs high. By Col. Max Langenschwartz., Variant: a. Cop: 1864, Charles Magnus, SDN.Y. Letter paper; blue ink; hdpc. Magnus 16, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 20.2 x 12.6 cm., Variant: b. [As above;] hdpc. Magnus 74, bronze ink; publ. Mag- nus. 19.5 x 13 cm.

ANY OTHER MAN. NO. 2.
Come listen to me, one and all (5 vs. and chor.) Air: A wet sheet and a flowing sea., Variant: a. Publ. De Marsan (3). De Marsan clown border. 25.2 x 17.6 cm., Variant: b. [Without "A" in Air;] Sung by Tony Pastor; sheet no. 1060; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley Ethiopian border. 24.1 x 15.6 cm.

APOLOGY, NO TRUST.
APOLOGY, NO TRUST.
/// should trust each time I'm asked (6 vs.), Variant: a. Print. Andrews. Andrews ivy border. 24.2 x 15 cm., Variant: b. [As above;] with Astley's imprint added. 23.6 x 15 cm. c. With period after "Apology"; adv: Hoopland's Ger- man Bitters. T. o. border. 20 x 13 cm.

AN APPEAL FOR MARYLAND.
Of all the gems that gild the wreath (6 vs.) [Signed] B; Baltimore, January 20th, 1862. Double-line border; [Bonsai] flag of Maryland. 19 x 10 cm.

AN APPEAL TO THE CHARITABLE.
Ye who are inclined to pity (4 vs.) By George W. Avery; headed by a testimonial signed by H. H. Reynolds, A. M. Low and Wm. H. Fredenburgh. T. o. border. 23.1 x 10 cm.

APPEAL TO THE SOUTH.
Southerns! since we boast that name (7 vs.) Headed: "Song". T. o. border; wharf scene with box bearing imprint Edes Print. 24.5 x 11.5 cm.

ARAB STEED.
XQh! give me but my Arab steed, a shield and falchion bright (2 vs.) 2nd song: "Our Boy Is a Warrior Now."; [publ.] De Marsan (3). De Marsan Ethiopian border. 25.5 x 15.5 cm.

ARE WE FREE?
Are we free*? go ask the question (6 vs.), Variant: a. [Signed] J[ames R. Brewer]; Maryland, 1861. Red ink; double-line border. 20.5 x 12.4 cm., Variant: b. [As above;] but title: "Maryland in Chains." 27.8 x 9.9 cm.

ARLING LITTLE SOPHIE.
ARLING LITTLE SOPHIE.
Tripping through the wildwood (3 vs. and chors.) Sung by Rollin Howard, of Bryant's Minstrels., Variant: a. Adv: 500 Illustrated Ballads [publ.J Magnus (2). Letter paper; single-line border; blue ink; hdpc. Magnus 247b. 20.5 x 12.6 cm., Variant: b. [As above;] hdpc. Magnus 253a, col. 20.4 x 12.6 cm., Variant: c. Sheet no. 1145; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley kissing cupids border. 24.4 x 15.7 cm.

ARM, SONS OF UNION I
Arm Sons of Union! for the Right (3 vs. and chor.) Tune—"A Wet Sheet," and c. Written by Silas S. Steele; cop: 1861, P. E. Abel, EDPa.; adv. for King and Baird's publications on verso. Hdpc. group with flag at foot of hill with monument of Liberty on top. 25

THE ARMY AND NAVY FOR EVER.
Let sailors and soldiers unite in this cause (3 vs.), Variant: a. Letter paper; single-line border; hdpc. Magnus 160, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 20.5 x 12.8 cm., Variant: b. Advs: Ten illustrated Songs, and 500 Illustrated Ballads [publ.] Magnus (2). Letter paper; hdpc. Magnus 160a, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 20.5 x 12.5 cm.

ARMY HYMN.
0 Thou, whose awful Presence bow'd (3 vs.) Air: Old Hundred. Words by A. J. H. Duganne; to be sung in unison, or as a choral; publ. De Marsan (3). De Marsan eagle border, col. 24.6 x 16.1 cm.

THE ARMY HYMN. NO 2.
Oh, Lord of Hosts! Almighty King (5 vs.) Air. Old Hundred., Variant: a. Publ. De Marsan (3). De Marsan eagle border, col. 25.4 x 16.4 cm., Variant: b. Title: "Army-Hymn"; [without "Air";] print Nesbitt and Co. Double-line border; blue ink; hdpc. Liberty with flags and bust of Washington, col. 19.5 x 9.4 cm., Variant: c. [Without "No 2" in title;] with period and dash after Air; by Oliver Wendell Holmes; sheet no. 812; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley kissing cupids border. 25.1 x 15.6 cm.

THE ARMY OF LIBERTY.
Come rally for our country (4 vs. and chor.) Air—I'm glad I'm in this Army., Variant: a. Letter paper; single-line border; bronze ink; hdpc. Magnus 28. 21.2 x 13.9 cm., Variant: b. Adv: 500 Illustrated Ballads [publ.] Magnus (2). Letter paper; blue ink; hdpc. Magnus 137, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 20.4 x 12.7 cm.

ASSASSINATION OF ELLSWORTH, AT ALEXANDRIA, VA., MAY 24TH, 1861.
Now, friends, I beg you listen, a sad story I will tell (7 vs.) Air—California Brothers., Variant: a. "Ellsworth" in square caps; publ. Auner (3). A-J border. 23.5 x 15 cm., Variant: b. "Ellsworth" in scroll caps; [publ. Johnson, with imprint cropped off.] A-J border. 20.2 x 13.5 cm., Variant: c. By Wm. Sutherland; with "Colonel" added to title; publ. Johnson (2); adv: Union Badges, Letters, etc.

The Atlantic Telegraph.
The Atlantic Telegraph.
Oh say not the old times were brighter than these (2 vs.) Air - "Star Spangled Banner." Printed for Presentation to the Public, by Wynkoop, Hallenbeck & Thomas, (Office, 113 Fulton Street.) On Hoe's Steam Press, mounted on a Car, drawn by horses, in the great procession, in commemoration of the success of the Ocean Telegraph, New York, September 1, 1858. Decorative border, with vignette of eagle at top and shield at bottom; red and blue ink. 22.7 x 15.2 cm.

ATTENTION.
Hearken, friends and foes now hearken (6 vs.) [Signed] B.; Baltimore, Oct. 16, 1861. T. o. border. 17 x 13.2 cm.

"AUDAX OMNIA PERPETI GENS LINCOLNA RUIT PER VETITUM NEFAS."
Come pretty Muse give me your help (8 vs. uneven length) [Signed] B.; with footnote at bottom. T. o. border. 26.4 x 13.7 cm.

AUGUST THE ONE.
It was on August the first of Novimber [sic] (8 vs.) A Comic Song Sung with unbounded applause by M. Cox; publ. De Marsan (4). De Marsan military cupid border, col. 24.6 x 16 cm.

AULD LANG SYNE.
AULD LANG SYNE.
Oh, years have flown since first we met (4 vs. and chor.), Variant: a. Print. Andrews. Andrews ivy border. 24.5 x 15 cm., Variant: b. [As above;] with Astley's imprint pasted over Andrews'. 23.6 x 15 cm.

Auner-Johnson border
Sample image scanned from: Wolf 171c, One of 21 unique song sheet border designs identified by Edwin Wolf in his bibliography, American Song Sheets, Slip Ballads and Poetical Broadsides Collection, 1850-1870: A Catalogue of the Collection of the Library Company of Philadelphia (Philadelphia: Library Company of Philadelphia, 1963).

AUNT JEMIMA'S PLASTER, OR SHEEPSKIN BEES WAX NO. 2.
Aunt Jemima she was old, but very kind and clever (5 vs. and chor.), Variant: a. Print. Andrews. T. o. border. 24.3 x 16 cm., Variant: b. [As above;] with Astley's imprint added. 24.4 x 15 cm.

AURA LEE.
AURA LEE.
When the blackbird, in the spring (2 vs. and chors.) Sheet no. 840; as sung at Bryants' Minstrels; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley kissing cupids border. 24.6 x 15.6 cm.

AVALRY SONG.
Up, up, brave comrades!- to horse, to horse (7 vs. and chor.) [By] Schiller., Variant: a. Adv: 500 Illustrated Ballads [publ.] Magnus (2). Letter paper; blue ink; hdpc. Magnus 95, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 19.3 x 12 cm., Variant: b. [As above;] hdpc. Magnus 163, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 20.5 x 12.6 cm., Variant: c. [As above;] hdpc. Magnus 172, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 20.1 x 13 cm., Variant: d. [As above;] with black ink. 20 x 12.5 cm.

AWAKE IN DIXIE.
Hear ye not the sound of battle (8 vs. and chor.) Air—"Dixie's Land." [Signed] H[enry] T[hompson] S[tanton] Winchester, Va., Feb. 24, 1862. Green paper; double-line border. 26 x 8.6 cm.

AWAY DOWN SOUTH THERE IS REBELLION.
Away down South there is rebellion (4 vs. and chor.) Air— Dixie's Land. By "Our Ned"; adv: McClellan Campaign Songster; [publ.] Mason and Co. T. o. border. 24 x 15.1 cm.

BABYLON IS FALLEN.
Don't you see the black clouds (4 vs. and chor.) [By Henry C. Work.j, Variant: a. Publ. Auner. A-J border. 24.1 x 15.3 cm., Variant: b. With additional verse; music obtained of Frederick Blume (1); [publ.J De Marsan (3). De Marsan Ethiopian border. 22.5 x 13.4 cm., Variant: c. [As above;] publ. De Marsan (4). De Marsan clown border. 25.6 x 16.5 cm., Variant: d. With title on one line; [publ. Johnson, imprint cropped off.] A-J border. 20 x 13.5 cm., Variant: e. As sung by Mr. E. Haven, at Sanford's Opera House, Harrisburg, Pa.; publ. Johnson (2); adv: Prof. Brooks' Ball Room Monitor. A-J border. 24.4 x 16 cm., Variant: f. Publ. Johnson and Co.; adv: Brooks' Ball Room Monitor; print. Johnson (2). A-J border. 22.1 x 12.8 cm.

THE BACHELOR
THE BACHELOR
The Bachelor sits in his dreary doom (7 vs.), Variant: a. "Bachelor" spelled with "t" in title and first line, and "room" for "doom"; [publ.] De Marsan (2). De Marsan Yankee Pedlar border, col.; cop: 1860, H. De Marsan, SDN.Y. 25.9 x 16.8 cm., Variant: b. Sheet no. 430; publ. Wrigley (1); [with COLUMBIA THE HOPE OF THE WORLD on verso.] Wrigley military cupid border. 24.5 x 15.6 cm.

BALLAD IN ANSWER TO SAYERS, ENGLAND'S PRIDE.
BALLAD IN ANSWER TO SAYERS, ENGLAND'S PRIDE.
John Bull is boasting all his might (8 vs. and chor.) By A. Scott; publ. De Marsan (2). De Marsan Yankee Pedlar border, col.; cop: 1860, H. De Marsan, SDN.Y. 25.5 x 16.8 cm.

A BALLAD OF SHILOH.
Azalea buds young April's pride (35 vs. printed on 4 pp.) By a 46th Ohio Volunteer. 17.8 x 8.3 cm.

BALLAD OF THE GREAT FIGHT, BETWEEN THE UNION EAGLE AND THE OLD ROOSTER, JEFF. DAVIS.
Come volunteers, stick up your ears (11 vs.) Tune— Yankee Doodle. Headed "Quipps and Co's Comic Miscellany—No XXI"; cop: 1847, Quipps and Co., EDPa.; adv. Newsmen and boys supplied. T. o. border; eagle and rooster. 39.5 x 11.6 cm.

BALTIMORE.
Hail queen of cities, birthplace of the just (5 vs.) Headed: "Song." T. o. border, sailing vessel off shore. 23.3 x 14.9 cm.

THE BALTIMORE GIRLS.
Oh the Girls of dear old Baltimore (4 vs.) Tune—"Dearest Mae." T. o. border; Justice and Liberty as supporters of blank shield. 24.6 x 13.2 cm.

BALTIMORE PRISONERS, AT FORT LAFAYETTE! TRAITORS' DOOM.
Oh! Freedom's fire's burning bright (5 vs. and chor.) Air—"Old Grey Goose." T. o. border; landscape with buildings and smokestack. 29.4 x 13.9 cm.

BANKS OF BRANDYWINE.
BANKS OF BRANDYWINE.
One morning very early, in the pleasant month of May (9 vs.), Variant: a. Print. Andrews. T. o. border. 23.2 x 15.7 cm., Variant: b. [As above;] with Astley's imprint added. 24.7 x 15.4, Variant: c. Sheet no. 421; printed and sold wholesale only, at 404 Vine, above Fourth St. ... Phila. T. o. border. 20.3 x 13 cm.

BANKS OF SLIGO.
On the sweet Banks of Sligo old Dennis did dwell (3 vs. and chor.) Tune—Kate Kearney. Sheet no. 783; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley kissing cupids border. 24.7 x 15.6 cm.

BANKS OF THE BLUE MOSELLE.
BANKS OF THE BLUE MOSELLE.
When the glow worm gildst the elfin flow'r (2 vs.) Sheet no. 608; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley kissing cupids border, col. 24.5 x 15.6 cm.

THE BANNER OF FREEDOM.
We'll not give up our banner (4 vs.) Print. A. H. Senseman (2). T. o. border. 23 x 15.6 cm.

THE BANNER OF THE FREE.
He lay upon the battle-field (4 vs.) Air: The Sword of Bunker-Hill. By Eugene Johnston., Variant: a. [Without Johnston's name;] publ. De Marsan (3). De Marsan eagle border. 24.5 x 16.4 cm., Variant: b. [As above; without "The" in Air;] 2nd song: "O, carry me Home to Die."; publ. and sung by James D. Gay. Single-line border; hdpc. Magnus 176 in oval. 23.8 x 14.3 cm., Variant: c. Publ, and for sale by James D. Gay; adv: orders from Sutlers and Stationery Dealers filled. Letter paper; blue ink; hdpc. Magnus 213a, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 20.4 x 12.8 cm., Variant: d. Adv: 500 Illustrated Ballads [publ.] Magnus (2). Letter paper; blue ink; hdpc. Magnus 19, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 20.5 x 12.7 cm., Variant: e. [As above;] hdpc. Magnus 33, col.; [publ.] Magnus (1). 21 x 13 cm., Variant: f. [As above;] single-line border; hdpc. Magnus 205, col. 20.3 x 12.9 cm., Variant: g. Sheet no. 1079; publ. Wrigley (1); [with DERMOT ASTORE on verso.] Wrigley kissing cupids border. 24.6 x 15 cm.

THE BANNER OF THE SEA.
Of all the flags that float aloft (4 vs. and chors.), Variant: a. Lee and Walker, music publishers; publ. Auner (5). T. o. border; flag. 23 x 14.4 cm., Variant: b. [Without "The" in title and period at end;] with 1 chor.; publ. Johnson (2); adv: Cards, Circulars, Bill Heads, etc. T. o. border. 22.6 x 14.5 cm., Variant: c. Music published by Lee and Walker; adv: Brooks Ball Room Monitor; [publ.] Johnson (2). Sailing ship. 24.5 x 16 cm.

THE BARD'S LEGACY.
THE BARD'S LEGACY.
When in death I shall calm recline (3 vs.) 2nd song: "The Lover's Wish"; print. Andrews., Variant: a. T. o. border. 24 x 15.4 cm., Variant: b. [As above;] with Astley's imprint added. 24.5 x 15.5 cm.

Barney McCoy.
Barney McCoy.
Forms part of a twenty-three page song book, filed under 1523.1., I am going far away, Norah darling (5 vs. and chor.) No. 386. Publ. H.J. Wehman, song publisher, N.Y. T.o. border; instruments. 24.5 x 15.5 cm.

BARREL OF PORK.
Two Israelite brothers in New York once dwelt (12 vs.), Variant: a. Sheet no. 838; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley Mike and Pat border. 24.6 x 15.6 cm., Variant: b. [As above;] Wrigley horned imp border. 23.8 x 15.8 cm.

BASHFUL YOUNG MAN.
BASHFUL YOUNG MAN.
They say I shall get over it, but no, I never can (3 vs.), Variant: a. Publ. De Marsan (3). De Marsan trapper border. 25.4 x 15.6 cm., Variant: b. Publ. De Marsan (4). De Marsan military cupid border, col. 24.8 x 16.4 cm.

BATTLE AT BULLS RUN.
Oh be easy, don't you teaze me (8 vs.) T. o. border. 19.5 x 11.4 cm. (cropped)

THE BATTLE AT CHARLESTON HARBOR
On the seventh day of April, in eighteen sixty-three (3 vs.) Tune as sung to Napoleon's Grave. By A. Anderson, Philadelphia, April, 1863; print. Harris. T. o. border. 24 x 15.3 cm.

BATTLE CRY OF FREEDOM, OR, WE'LL RALLY ROUND THE FLAG BOYS.
Yes, we'll rally round the flag, boys, we'IIrally once again (4 vs. and chor.) [By George F. Root.], Variant: a. Publ. Auner (4). A-J border; eagle with motto "E Pluribus Unum". 23 x 13 cm., Variant: b. [Without commas after "Freedom" and "Or" in title; but with comma after "Flag";] publ. Auner (5); 4 chors.; imprint in upper and lower case. A-J border. 22.5 x 13 cm., Variant: bc. [As above, without publisher's name:] with verses and chors. 1.3 cm. high instead of 1.5 cm. A-J border. 19.5 x 14.4 cm. (cropped)., Variant: c. [As above;] with imprint in caps. A-J border. 22.8 x 13.9 cm., Variant: d. Title: "The Battle-Cry of Freedom!"; [publ.] De Marsan (3). De Marsan trapper border. 25.6 x 14.5 cm., Variant: e. [As above;] De Marsan ship border, with war scenes in lower corners. 25.5 x 14.5 cm., Variant: f. Title: "The Battle-Cry of Freedom"; [publ.] Doyle. T. o. border with spaced urn ornaments. 22 x 13.7 cm., Variant: g. Title as above; t. o. border with heavy black line and ornamental corners. 23.7 x 15.1 cm., Variant: h. [As above;] with exclamation point at end of title. T. o. border with lacy flower scroll. 22.8 x 15.4 cm., Variant: i. [As above;] with period at end of title; advs: Boyd's Circulating Library, and 2,000 Plays for Sale; 2nd song: Battle Hymn of the Republic. T. o. border. 22.5 x 12.7 cm., Variant: j. Published and sung by James D. Gay; [with FLAG OF OUR UNION FOR EVER on recto.] T. o. border. 23.2 x 16.2 cm., Variant: k. Respectfully Dedicated to Wheelock M. Gardener, Esq., of Boston, Mass.; publ. Johnson (2); advs: Cards, Circulars, Bill Heads, etc., and Johnson's New Catalogue of Songs. Triple-line border. 23 x 14 cm., Variant: l. [As above;] but with comma after "Flag" in title; advs: Brook's Ball Room Monitor, and See the Song, Our Native Land, etc. A-J border; eagle with flag. 22.6 x 12.7 cm., Variant: m. Title: "The Battle Cry of Freedom"; headed: [Introduction]; 2nd song: "God Save the State!", headed: "[After the Prayer]"; 3rd song: "Battle-Hymn of the Republic", headed: "[After the Pledge]"; 4th song: Initiation Ode; 5th song: "Red, White and Blue!";, Variant: n. Title: "The Battle-Cry of Freedom"; adv: Ten [illustrated Songs. Letter paper; blue ink; hdpc. Magnus 103, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 20.2 x 12.7 cm., Variant: o. [As above;] hdpc. Magnus 205, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 20.2 x 12.6 cm., Variant: p. Title as above; adv: 500 Illustrated Ballads [publ.] Magnus (2). Letter paper; blue ink; hdpc. Magnus 121, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 20.4 x 12.7 cm., Variant: q. [As above;] hdpc. Magnus 132, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 18.5 x 12.7 cm., Variant: r. .[As above;] hdpc. Magnus 134, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 20.4 x 12.7 cm., Variant: s. [As above;] hdpc. Magnus 142, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 21.4 x 14 cm., Variant: t. Title: "The Battle Cry of Freedom"; with 2 chors.; music by Root and Cady, Chicago, owners of the copyright; sheet no. 838; publ. Partridge (2). T. o. border. 22.8 x 15.7 cm., Variant: u. Title: "Battle-Cry of Freedom"; sheet no. 1125; publ. Wrigley. Wrigley Ethiopian border. 23.5 x 15 cm.

THE BATTLE CRY OF FREEDOMl
THE BATTLE CRY OF FREEDOMl
Hark! the loud pealing bell now spreads the alarm (7 vs. and chor.) By A. Anderson, late of 82d Regt. P.V., May, 1863., Variant: a. Headed: "Philadelphia Fire Zouaves, 72d Regt., P. V."; sold at Gibson's; print. Harris. T. o. border. 24.2 x 13.9 cm., Variant: b. [Without "The" and exclamation point in title;] Re- spectfully Dedicated to the Philadelphia Fire Zouaves, 72d Regt. P. V.; print. Johnson (2); adv: Johnson is now publishing. 12.1 x 14.2 cm.

The Battle Cry of Sherman
We'l rally 'round the Flag, men (3 vs. and chor.) Headed: Army Song. 18.3 x 12.5 cm.

BATTLE CRY OF THE PENNSYLVANIA RESERVES.
Ye sons of Pennsylvania (6 vs. and chor.) Composed by Patrick Lowery, of Co. D, 3d Reg. P.R.V.C; published and sung by James D. Gay; [with KEYSTONE BRIGADE on verso.] Letter paper; t. o. border. 24.7 x 17.4 cm.

THE BATTLE-CRY OF THE SOUTH.
Brothers! the thunder cloud is black (6 vs. and 2 chors.) By James R. Randall; sub-headed by quotation from Maccabees I. T. o. border. 23 x 10.5 cm.

THE BATTLE EVE.
To-morrow, comrade, we (4 vs.) Dedicated to Edward Havey, Wilson's Zouave., Variant: a. Publ. De Marsan (3). De Marsan ship border, with war scenes in lower corners. 25.7 x 17 cm., Variant: b. [Without '"s" in "Wilson's";] sheet no. 893; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley kissing cupids border. 24.8 x 15.6 cm.

BATTLE HYMN OF THE REPUBLIC.
Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord (5 vs. and chors.) By Mrs. Julia Ward Howe; published by the Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Regiments. Female figure with shield and eagle. 24.2 x 15 cm.

BATTLE HYMN OF THE VIRGINIA SOLDIER!
Father of earth and heaven! I call thy name (4 vs.) Pink paper; double-line border. 20.5 x 9 cm. (cropped)

THE BATTLE IS O'ER.
The Battle is over, and the daylight has fled (4 vs.) Tune.—"Soldier's Dream." By A. Anderson, Dec. 1863; cop: 1863, A. Anderson, EDPa.; [for sale] A. Anderson. T. o. border. 21.3 x 13.4 cm.

BATTLE OF BULL RUN.
Our gallant soldiers they are going to leave their friends to mourn (8 vs.), Variant: a. With 7 vs.; publ. Auner (3). A-J border; yellow paper. 23.3 x 14.6 cm., Variant: b. With 7 vs.; publ. Auner (5). A-J border. 23.1 x 14.5 cm., Variant: c. With hyphen in title; Dedicated to the 69th Regiment, N.Y.S.M.; publ. De Marsan (3). De Marsan ship border, with war scenes in lower corners. 25 x 16.3 cm., Variant: d. [As above;] De Marsan eagle border, col. 25 x 15.2 cm., Variant: e. With exclamation point after title; by F. Collins; Dedicated to the 69th Regt. N.Y.S.M.; sheet no. 577; sold by Partridge 2). T. o. border. 22.8 x 15 cm., Variant: f. [As above, but without exclamation point at end of title;] sheet no. 822; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley flag border, stripes with starry top, col. 21.2 x 13.8 cm., Variant: g. [As above;] Wrigley kissing cupids border. 24.2 x 14 cm.

BATTLE OF BULL'S RUN
The Sons of Old Ireland, led forth in their glory (8 vs.) Tune—American Star. Composed by Arthur McCann., Variant: a. Dedicated to the Glorious Sixty Ninth Regiment. T. o. border. 21.4 x 12 cm., Variant: b. Title: "Eulogy on the Glorious 69th Regiment, that bled at Bull's Run"; [without Tune;] Copyright Secured. T. o. border; harp and flag. 20.8 x 11.3 cm., Variant: c. [As above; with Tune.] A-J border; harp. 20.3 x 12.8 cm. (cropped)

BATTLE OF CEDAR CREEK, OCTOBER 19TH, 1864.
Old Early camped at Fisher's Hill (8 vs. and chor.) Air—Old Dan Tucker., Variant: a. By C. A. Savage, Co. "K," 8th Indiana; cop: 1863, G. P. Hardwick, DC D.C.; adv: Soldiers can receive 14 of our beautifully illustrated Ballads. Letter paper; red ink; battle scene with charging soldiers. 20.3 x 12.7 cm., Variant: b. [Without Air;] with "The" in title; 13 vs. and 3 chors.; cop: 1864, J. Magee. Letter paper; red and blue ink; double-line border with two flags and motto "Liberty and Union Forever". 20.4 x.12.7 cm.

BATTLE OF DECATA, NEAR ATLANTA, GEORGIA, JULY 20TH, 1864.
It was on the 20th of July Hood said unto his men (9 vs. and chor.), Variant: a. Published and Sang [sic] by James D. Gay; cop: 1865, J. D. Gay, EDPa. Letter paper; t. o. border. 20.5 x 12.5 cm., Variant: b. Title: "Battle of Decatur, or Peach Tree Creek, near Atlanta, Ga., fought by Joe Hooker's Corps, July 20, 1864"; with quotes around Air; [without 9th vs.;] 2 chors.; short lines; published and sung by James D. Gay; cop: 1865, James D. Gay, EDPa. Single, Variant: c. Title: "Battle of Peach Tree Creek, July 20th, 1864"; with two additional vs.; composed by John Hughes, Com.E, 29th P.V., 20 A.C., Com. by Joe Hooker; print. Johnson (2). Star. 23 x 15 cm.

THE BATTLE OF DRAINESVILLE
Ow the twentieth of December (8 vs.) By Henry Albert Setley, Camp Pierpont, Va. Dec 31 1861. 28.4 x 12 cm.

THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG.
In June of '63, I suppose you all know (7 vs.) Air—While everything is lovely, and the Goose hangs high. Written by G. P. Hardwick; sold by G. P. Hardwick (2); cop: 1863, Mrs. G. P. Hardwick, DCD.C. Letter paper; red ink; single-line border with flowered

BATTLE OF LOOK-OUT MOUNT AW.
Amongst the changes heaven sends (12 vs. and chor.) Air—"Nora Creina." Headed: "Song of the War"; By R. Hill, a Discharged Soldier, First Wisconsin Heavy Artillery; rhymed adv. in 2 vs.: "Since Fate such luckless times can send." T. o. border; eagle with

BATTLE OF LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN.
Ah! see where the chief leads on his stern band (2 vs.) By Henry De Ville., Variant: a. Adv: Magnus' Ornamental and Glorious Union Packet [publ.] Magnus (2). Letter paper; blue ink; hdpc. Magnus 101, col. 20.4 x 12.6 cm., Variant: b. Adv: 500 Illustrated Ballads [publ.] Magnus (2). Letter paper; blue ink; hdpc. Magnus 105, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 20.4 x 12.7 cm., Variant: c. [As above;] hdpc. Magnus 107, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 17.6 x 11.4 cm.

THE BATTLE OF MANASSAS,
Now proudly lift, oh, sunny South (17 vs.) By Susan Archer Talley; Richmond, Aug. 3, 1861; with two "P's" in upper corners., Variant: a. Double-line border. 31 x 24 cm., Variant: b. [As above;] pink paper. 29 x 20 cm. c. [As above;] yellow paper. 31.3 x 23.2 cm.

BATTLE OF PEA-RIDGE BY 36TH REGIMENT ILLINOIS VOLUNTEERS.
The battle is o'er, the victory won (11 vs. and chor.), Variant: a. [Publ.] De Marsan (3). De Marsan ship border. 25.5 x 16.2 cm., Variant: b. Sheet no. 768; sold by Partridge (2). T. o. border. 23.2 x 15.4 cm.

BATTLE OF SPOTTSYLVANIA.
Wee£ not for me, my mother dear (4 vs.) Tune.—"Peace, Troubled Soul." By A. Anderson; publ. Johnson (2); adv: Send for a New Catalogue of Songs. T. o. border. 20.8 x 12 cm.

THE BATTLE OF THE STOVES-PIPES.
On Mun- son's heights the Rebel banners wave (20 vs.), Variant: a. With MS. note "by Nannie Lemmon." Blue paper; t. o. border. 20 x 19.7 cm., Variant: b. With MS. note "5 cts. privately printed only 150 copies published." 20.2 x 14.2 cm. (cropped)

THE BATTLE OF THE WILDERNESS.
Now boys just listen while I sing to you a song sirs (10 vs. and chor.), Variant: a. Composed, published and sung by James D. Gay; cop: 1864, James D. Gay, EDPa. A-J border. 23 x 14.3 cm., Variant: b. [As above;] letter paper; blue ink; hdpc. Magnus 53, col.; publ. Magnus. 24 x 19.8 cm., Variant: c. [As above;] with adv: different Army hospitals views. Letter paper; blue ink; hdpc. Magnus 117, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 25 x 15 cm.

BATTLE OF WILLIAMSBURGH.
I do not see, as used to be, those sprightly lads in town (8 vs.) Air: The Land of America, Variant: a. Publ. De Marsan (3). De Marsan ship border, with war scenes in lower corners. 26 x 16.6 cm., Variant: b. By F. Collins; sheet no. 1001; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley Ethiopian border. 21.8 x 13 cm.

BATTLE OF WINCHESTER.
Hark! the muffled drums are rolling (4 vs.) Tune.—California Brothers. By Capt. Edson Gerry, Company I, 12th Penna. Vol. Cavalry; In memory of our comrades who fell in the Battle of Winchester, June 15, 1863; arranged by A. Anderson. T. o. border. 24 x 15

THE BATTLE OF WINCHESTER, SEPTEMBER 19TH, 1864.
J£ was September 19th day the battle it began (4 vs. and chor.) Words by W. T. Haroff, 126 O.V.I.; Dedicated to the 6th, 8th and 19th Army Corps; copyright secured; publ. Hardwick; adv: 14 of our new songs. Letter paper; blue ink; eagle with flag. 20.4 x

BATTLE SONG OF THE "BLACK HORSEMEN."
We have come from the brave Southwest (5 vs. and chor.) Air—"Dixie." [Signed] C, Winchester, Va. Oct., 1861; with footnote at bottom. Double-line border. 21.5 x 13 cm.

THE BATTLE SONG OF THE MARYLAND LINE.
To arms! to arms! the fight's begun (8 vs.) 2nd song: "The Flag". T. o. [Bonsai] border. 29.4 x 10.2 cm.

THE BAY OF BISCAY O\
THE BAY OF BISCAY O\
Loud roared the dreadful thunder (4 vs.) Publ. Andrews; with Astley's imprint added. T. o. border. 25 x 15 cm.

BE A GOOD BOY AND TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF
When I was at home, with my father and mother (3 vs.) Sheet no. 659; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley military cupid border, col. 25.3 x 15.6 cm.

BE IN TIME.
The voice of wisdom hear - be in time, be in time (9 vs.) Print. Andrews; with Astley's imprint added. T. o. border. 24.5 x 15.3 cm.

BE KIND TO EACH OTHER.
BE KIND TO EACH OTHER.
Be kind to each other (3 vs.) Publ. De Marsan (2). De Marsan fountain border, col.; cop: 1860, H. De Marsan, SDN.Y. 25.5 x 16.8 cm.

BE KIND TO THE LOVED ONES AT HOME.-.
BE KIND TO THE LOVED ONES AT HOME.-.
Be kind to thy father—for when thou wast young (4 vs.) Print. Andrews. T. o. border. 25 x 14.7 cm.

BE MY MOTHER TILL I DIE.
BE MY MOTHER TILL I DIE.
Ladies, some one be my mother (2 vs. and chors.) Words and Melody by Elmer Ruan Coates; Arranged for the Piano by Septimus Winner; music published by Winner and Co. (3); narrative beginning: "After the fight at Gettysburg.", Variant: a. Publ. Auner (4). A-J border. 23.5 x 15.5 cm., Variant: b. [Without period at end of title;] publ. Auner (5). A-J border. 21.2 x 12.6 cm., Variant: c. Adv: Prof. Brooks' Ball Room Monitor; publ. Johnson (2). A-J border. 25 x 15 cm., Variant: d. [Without "music published by Winner and Co.";] Sep. Winner's Music Store; [publ. Johnson, cropped off.] A-J border. 20 x 13.2 cm.

BE QUIET DO, I'LL CALL MY MOTHER.
As Kate was sitting in a wood (3 vs. and chor.) Sheet no. 685; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley Ethiopian border, col. 25 x 15.6 cm.

BE TRUE TO OUR FLAG.
Our beautiful flag, Oh! now we see (6 vs. and chor.) T. o. border; flag. 21.5 x 12.2 cm.

BEAUREGARD.
Flashing, flashing along the wires (8 vs.) Headed: "Printed for Private Circulation"; note, April 12th, April 14th, July 21st, 1861., Variant: a. T. o. [Bonsai] border. 17.8 x 14 era., Variant: b. Letter paper; red ink; t. o. [Bonsai] border; flag, col. 19.4 x 14.7 cm., Variant: c. [As above;] border in blue. 19.8 x 16 cm.

BEAUREGARD AT MANASSAS.
Now glory to the Lord of Hosts, oh, bless and praise His name (5 vs.) [By Mary Devereux Clarke.] 15.7 x 8.5 cm. (cropped)

BEAUREGARD AT SHILOH.
Now glory to the Lord of hosts, [2nd line] And glory the reward (12 vs.) Lines found on the dead body of a Confederate soldier after the battle of Williamsburgh. 15.4 x 6 cm. (cropped)

BEAUTEOUS LIZZIE FANE.
BEAUTEOUS LIZZIE FANE.
You ask me why my joy has flown (3 vs. and chor.) Sung by Bryants' and Geo. Christy's Minstrels., Variant: a. Words and Music by E. G. B. Holder; [publ.] De Marsan (1). De Marsan Ethiopian border, col. 24.6 x 16.2 cm., Variant: b. Sheet no. 106; publ. Wrigley (1); [with MINNIE CLYDE, KITTY CLYDE'S SISTER on verso.] Wrigley kissing cupids border. 24 x 15.5 cm.

Beautiful Dreamer.
Beautiful Dreamer.
Beautiful Dreamer, wake unto me, (6 vs.), Johnson & Cartlitch, Song Publishers, 18 N. 10th st., Phila. 20 x 8.5 cm.

BEAUTIFUL NELL.
BEAUTIFUL NELL.
Don't talk to me of pretty girls (6 vs. and chor.) Publ. De Ma[r]san (4). De Marsan fountain border. 25 x 16 cm.

Beautiful Screamer!
Beautiful Screamer!
Beautiful screamer! sweet Angelina! (4 vs. and chor.), Publ. Johnson & Cartlitch, 18 N. Tenth St., 20 x 11 cm.

BEAUTIFUL VENICE.
BEAUTIFUL VENICE.
Beautiful Venice! city of song (1 vs.) 2nd song: "Pirate's Chorus"; 3rd song: "Drinking Chorus"; publ. Johnson (2). T. o. border. 24.7 x 15.2 cm.

THE BED-BUGS' SONG.
Attend ye "Bugs" and Corkers, to a fact I will relate (7 vs. and chor.) Air—"Low Backed Car." By T. M. Scroggy; publ. Scroggy (2). T. o. border. 24.3 x 15 cm.

THE BEECHER SCANDAL!
THE BEECHER SCANDAL!
The Beecher scandal's all the rage (5 vs.) Sung by Dick Brown. T. o. border. 25.9 x 11.5 cm.

BEHIND THE PARLOR BLIND.
BEHIND THE PARLOR BLIND.
/ cannot think what sister Jane (5 vs.) Print. Andrews. T. o. border. 24.3 x 15.2 cm.

Beim Tode Von J.H. Balsbaugh.
Horet wie im fernen Lande (5 vs.) Mel. Abermal ein Tag, etc. By J. K[ee]fer, T.o. border, 20 x 9.3 cm.

BELL and EVERETT, AND THE UNION.
At Baltimore the ninth of May (12 vs. and chor.) Publ. Johnson (2). 23.7 x 14.9 cm.

BELLE BRANDON.
'Neath a tree by the margin of a woodland (3 vs. and chor.), Variant: a. By Hutchy; print. Andrews; with Astley's imprint added. T. o. border. 24 x 15.5 cm., Variant: b. With exclamation point after title. T. o. border. 22.2 x 15.2 cm., Variant: c. Adv: Cards, Circulars, Billheads, etc.; publ. Johnson (2). T.o. border. 19.6 x 12.3 cm., Variant: d. By Hutchy; [no chorus]; print. Jackson. T.o. border. 24.5 x 15 cm.

BELLE OB TENNISEE.
White folks, now have pity (4 vs. and chor.) Print. Andrews. Andrews ivy border. 24 x 15 cm.

THE BELLE OF ABERDEEN.
THE BELLE OF ABERDEEN.
Love's dream is like the rainbow (3 vs.) Air—"Annie Laurie." Print. J. H. Moreland. T. o. border. 22 x 13.8 cm.

BELLE OF BROADWAY.
Dar is a gal lives in dis town (4 vs. and chor.) Sung by Dan Bryant, at 472 Broadway, N.Y.; [publ.] De Marsan (1). De Marsan Ethiopian border, col. 24.6 x 16 cm.

The Belle of the Ball.
The Belle of the Ball.
Forms part of a twenty-three page song book, filed under 1523.1., To a ball I one night was invited (4 vs. and 2 chors.) No. 642. Publ. H.J. Wehman, song publisher, New York. T.o. border. 24.5 x 15.5 cm.

THE BELLES OF THE 'BUS.
THE BELLES OF THE 'BUS.
T'other day I indulged in an omnibus ride (6 vs.) Air: The Missletow Bough. (The Old Oak Chest.) Publ. De Marsan (1). T. o. border. 24.5 x 15.5 cm.

THE BELLEVUE BABY MRS. CUNNINGHAM'S ADOPTED.
THE BELLEVUE BABY MRS. CUNNINGHAM'S ADOPTED.
A Doctor of note in New York did dwell (4 vs.) Air, Villikins. By the Saugerties Bard., Variant: a. Headed: "Number Five"; print. Andrews. T. o. border. 23.8 x 15 cm., Variant: b. Headed: "No. 5"; with quotes around Air; publ. Auner and Johnson. T. o. border. 20.6 x 12 cm.

BEN BOLT.
Don't you remember sweet Alice, Ben Bolt (5 vs.), Variant: a. Publ. De Marsan (2). De Marsan comic heads border. 24.8 x 16.5 cm., Variant: ab. A-J border. 19.2 x 12.2 cm., Variant: b. Title: "The Original Ben Bolt. Unabridged and Unaltared."; publ. Scroggy (2). T. o. border. 24 x 15.2 cm.

BEN M'CULLOUGH.
Oh have you heard of the brave old fellow (5 vs. and chor.) Air—"Someting [sic] new comes every day." Headed: "Song"; [by John Brady.] T. o. border; gentleman holding top-hat. 27.4 x 15.5 cm.

BERDAN'S SHARPSHOOTERS.
Berdan's men are in the field (5 vs. and chor.) Air: Yankee Doodle. By S. G. Elder., Variant: a. Publ. De Marsan (3). De Marsan eagle border, col. 24.7 x 16.6 cm., Variant: b. [Publ.] De Marsan (3). De Marsan ship border. 25.3 x 16.3 cm.

BESSIE DEAN.
BESSIE DEAN.
'Twas on a calm mid-summer's night (4 vs. and chor.) Air.—Poor Old Slave. By F. C. Long; sheet no. 950; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley Ethiopian border. 24.5 x 15.5 cm.

BESSIE LANE.
BESSIE LANE.
Twas a neat little cottage, where my Bessie used to dwell (4 vs. and chor.) Air: Nelly Gray., Variant: a. Publ. De Marsan (2). De Marsan trapper border; cop: 1860, H. De Marsan, SDN.Y. 24.7 x 16 cm., Variant: b. By Francis C. Long; sheet no. 895; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley kissing cupids border. 24.5 x 15.7 cm.

BETTER TIMES ARE COMING.
There are voices of hope (3 vs. and chor.) Copied by permission of Horace Waters, Music Publisher (2). Letter paper; blue ink; hdpc. Magnus 204, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 20.4 x 12.6 cm.

BIDDY MAGEE.
/ was born in the town of Tip, so gay (9 vs.) Sheet no. 720; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley Ethiopian border. 24.2 x 15.6 cm.

A BIG THING ON ICE.
A BIG THING ON ICE.
Flash sayings now are all the go (5 vs.) Air.—"Bow-wow-wow.", Variant: a. [Without quotation marks around Air;] but with colon; As Sung by Tony Pastor; publ. De Marsan (3). De Marsan clown border. 25.3 x 16.4 cm., Variant: b. Written and sung by Tony Pastor; sheet no. 1020; publ. Wrigley (1) [printed upside-down]. Wrigley horned imp border. 24.5 x 14.9 cm.

THE BILL-POSTERS DREAM, OR CROSS READINGS.
THE BILL-POSTERS DREAM, OR CROSS READINGS.
If you walk through the streets of New York city (5 vs.) By the popular author: Eugene T. Johnston., Variant: a. Adv: Ten illustrated Songs [publ.] Magnus (2). Letter paper; blue ink; hdpc. Magnus 54, col.; [publ.] Magnus. 21.1 x 13.1 cm., Variant: b. [As above;] hdpc. Magnus 60, col.; [publ.] Magnus (1). 19.9 x 12.6 cm., Variant: c. [As above; imprint probably cropped off;] hdpc. Mag- nus 65, col.; publ. Magnus. 19.2 x 13 cm., Variant: d. [As above, but with imprint complete;] hdpc. Magnus 66, col.; publ. Magnus. 21 x 13.2 cm., Variant: e. [As above;] hdpc. Magnus 87, col.; [publ.] Magnus (1). 19.6 x 12.6 cm., Variant: f. [Without comma and period in title;] sheet no. 1178; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley horned imp border. 24.3 x 15.3 cm.

BILLIE BOY.
BILLIE BOY.
Oh where have you been, Billie Boy, Billie Boy (8 vs.) [Publ.] De Marsan (3). De Marsan military cupid border. 25.3 x 16.6 cm.

BILLY BARLOW. NO. 2
Good evening, kind friends, how do you all do (8 vs. and chors.) By Ed. Clifford., Variant: a. Publ. De Marsan (3). De Marsan clown border. 25.1 x 17.4 cm., Variant: b. [Publ.] De Marsan (3). De Marsan ship border. 23.1 x 13.9 cm.

BILLY GRIMES THE ROVER.
BILLY GRIMES THE ROVER.
Tomorrow mom I'm sweet sixteen, and Billy Grimes the rover (6 vs.) Print. Andrews. T. o. border. 23.7 x 15.2 cm.

BILLY, I HAVE MISS'D YOU. PARODY ON "WILLIE, WE HAVE MISS'D YOU."
BILLY, I HAVE MISS'D YOU. PARODY ON "WILLIE, WE HAVE MISS'D YOU."
Oh Billy, on the tight dear (3 vs.) Written by C. Sloman and sung by Tony Pastor; sheet no. 1011; publ .Wrigley (1). Wrigley kissing cupids border. 24.2 x 15.4 cm.

BILLY PATTERSON.
Dar was an old nigg dat got hit wid a brick (6 vs. and chor.), Variant: a. Publ. Johnson (2); adv: Sam. Sanford's New Song Man on horseback, with title "Billy on his road to Town to see the Sights." 23 x 15.5 cm., Variant: b. Sheet no. 717; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley horned imp border. 24.4 x 15.7 cm., Variant: c. As Sung and Danced at the Melodeon. T. o. border. 16.2 x 11.7 cm. (cropped)

BILLY PATTERSON. NO. 2
BILLY PATTERSON. NO. 2
Away down South in Beaver Creek (4 vs. and chor.) Sheet no. 973; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley kissing cupids border. 24.1 x 15.5 cm.

BILLY WILSON'S ZOUAVES.
BILLY WILSON'S ZOUAVES.
Dash on, dash on, my gallant Zouaves (4 vs.) Air: The plains of Mexico., Variant: a. Publ. De Marsan (3). De Marsan eagle border, col. 25.4 x 16.2 cm., Variant: b. By M. J. Million; with period and hyphen after "Air"; sheet no. 810; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley military cupid border. 25.3 x 15.6 cm.

BINGENONTHE RHINE.
BINGENONTHE RHINE.
U soldier of the Legion lay dying in Algiers (7 vs.), Variant: a. Publ. Auner (4). A-J border. 21.1 x 12.8 cm. b. Sheet no. 1097; [without imprint.] Wrigley horned imp border. 24 x 15 cm.

THE BIRDS OF A FEATHER.
THE BIRDS OF A FEATHER.
OA/ life's a days journey to you I would say (4 vs. and chor.) Print. Andrews. T. o. border. 24.2 x 15.4 cm.

THE BIVOUAC
THE BIVOUAC
Legions of loyal hearts who battle for the free (3 vs. and chor., with music to 1st vs.) [Air] "Heaven Helps the Brave." Headed: "The Women of America to the Union Volunteers"; words by Harriet L. Castle; music by J. C. Beckel; cop: EDPa.; publ. and for s

BLACK AND BLUE EYES.
BLACK AND BLUE EYES.
The brilliant black eye (3 vs.) Publ. De Marsan (4). De Marsan lyre border, col. 25.5 x 17 cm.

BLACK EY'D SUSAN.
BLACK EY'D SUSAN.
All in the Downs the fleet was moor'd (7 vs.), Variant: a. Print. Andrews. Andrews ivy border. 23.6 x 14.9 cm., Variant: b. Title: "Black-Eyed Susan"; variant in spelling of Downs in 1st line; adv: 500 Illustrated Ballads [publ.] Magnus (2). Letter paper; blue ink; hdpc. Magnus 213a, col.; publ. Magnus (1). 20.2 x 12.9 cm.

THE BLACKBIRD.
THE BLACKBIRD.
It was on one fine morning for soft recreation (10 vs.), Variant: a. Print. Andrews. T. o. border. 23.4 x 15.4 cm., Variant: b. [As above;] with Astley's imprint added. T. o. border. 24.5 x 15 cm.

"BLAIR AND I CALLED ON OUR VAN."
"BLAIR AND I CALLED ON OUR VAN."
O/ Franky Blair, you blunder (10 vs.) 28.8 x 16.3 cm.

BLESS THE LIPS THAT KISSED OUR DARLING. ANSWER TO: LET ME KISS HIM FOR HIS MOT HER.
BLESS THE LIPS THAT KISSED OUR DARLING. ANSWER TO: LET ME KISS HIM FOR HIS MOT HER.
Bless the lips that kissed our darling (4 vs. and chor.) Words by J. A. C. O'Connor; music by Mary E. C. O'Connor., Variant: a. Publ. De Marsan (3) De Marsan comic heads border. 26.2 x 16.8 cm., Variant: b. [Without colon after "Answer To";] sheet no. 1157; publ. Wrigley (1). Wrigley kissing cupids border. 24.3 x 15.4 cm.

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