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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.

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