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America Singing: Nineteenth-Century Song Sheets

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The soldier's return. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 54 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
The soldier's reveille. [by] Sep. Winner, No. 531 N. Eighth. St. Phila., Johnson, Song Publisher, [1861].
Soldier's sister. Tune--Irish emigrant's lament. Written by J. Dyer, 104th Reg't, P. V., Col. W. W. H. Davis. Sold by R. H. Singleton, Bookseller, ... Post Office Building, Nashville, Tenn. [n. d.]
Soldier's sister. Written by J. Dyer, of the 104th Reg't, P. V., Col. W. W. H. Davis. Tune: Irish emigrant's lament. J. H. Johnson's Card and job printing office, ... Phila. [n. d.]
The soldier's welcome home. H. De Marsan, Publisher, No. 54 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
Soldier's wife.
The soldiers funeral. By John Ross Dix.
Solomon of the West, and Britannia's lamentations. Tune--"Washington's march." Sold wholesale and retail by L. Deming No. 1, Market Square. [n. d.]
Solomon's temple, and the Grand sweeper. Sold wholesale & retail, by L. Deming, No. 62 Hanover Street, Boston. [n. d.]
Solon Shingle. And his great apple-sass case. Sold at wholesale by Horace Partridge, No. 27 Hanover street Boston [n. d.]
Some one to love. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 38 & 60 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
Some one to love. J. Andrews, Printer, 38 Chatham St., N.Y. [n. d.]
Somebody's waiting for somebody. By E. Atherton. Andrews, Printer, 38 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
Something new starts every day. Sold wholesale and retail, by Leonard Deming ... No. 61 Hanover Street, Boston. [n. d.]
Something to love me. Andrews, printer, 38 Chatham St. N. Y. [n. d.]
Something to love me. Andrews, Printer, 38 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
The son's return! By A. Anderson. Sold by A. Anderson, No. 420 South Tenth Street, Phila. [n. d.]
Song about the times. No. 1. Air:- The other side of Jordan. B. F. Throop ... Garrison street, near Navy Yard gate, Washington, D. C. [n. d.]
A song for the Pennsylvania Mounted Rangers, by Miss A. L. G. Tune-The flag of our Union forever. T. Sinex, Printer, [n. p.] [n. d.]
Song for the people. Andrews, Printer, 38 Chatham St. N.Y. [n. d.]
A song for the times, or John Brown. No. 4. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 54 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
Song for the Union soldiers. Air. Jennette and Jeannot. Published by Doyle. [Baltimore] [n. d.]
Song for the Union. How McClellan took Manassas, by Old Napoleon. Printed for the Congressional Committee by John A. Gray & Green, New York. [n. d.]
Song millennial. Tune- "Star in the East." [n. p.] [n. d.]
The song my mother used to sing. A ballad written and composed by Ralph Loomis. H. De Marsan, Pub. 38 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
A song of a false young man. Tune, the French lady. [n. p.] [n. d.]
The song of all songs. No. 2. H. De Marsan, dealer, ... No. 54 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
The song of all songs. No. 2. H. De Marsan, No. 54 Chatham St. N.Y. [n. d.]
The song of all songs. Written and sung by Tony Pastor. Air.-The Captain with his whiskers. Johnson, No. 7 North Tenth Street., Phila. [n. d.]
The song of all songs. Written and sung by Tony Pastor. Air: The Captain with his whiskers. H. De Marsan, ... No. 54 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
The song of Company I, of Col. Chapman Briddle's 121st Reg. P. V. ... Written by John S. Settle, of Co. I. Johnson, Printer, ... [Phila.] [n. d.]
Song of liberty. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, ... Phila. [n. d.]
Song of my light canoe, or, The wild gazelle. Auner and Johnson, No. 12 South Eighth Street, Phila. [n. d.]
Song of the Baltimore rebels. Air-"Wait for the wagon." [n. p.] [n. d.]
Song of the Black Shakers. [n. p.] [n. d.]
Song of the brother-Fenians! Words by Jno. Cain. Air: The boys of Ballinamuck. H. De Marsan, publisher, 54 Chatham Street, New York. [n. d.]
Song of the convalescent camp near Alexandria, Va. Air.-Root hog or die. Johnson, Stationer and Printer, [n. p.] [n. d.]
The song of the drum. [n. p.] [n. d.]
The song of the exile. Air- "Dixie." Martinsburg, Va., Dec. 10, 1861.
Song of the farmer. Andrews, Printer, 38 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
Song of the first of Arkansas ... written by Captain Lindley Miller, of the First Arkansas Colred Regiment. Published by the Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Regiments. [n. p.] [n. d.]
The song of the locomotive. J. Andrews, Printer, 38 Chatham St. N. Y. [n. d.]
The song of the locomotive. J. Andrews, Printer, 38 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
Song of the minute man. [n. p.] [n. d.]
Song of the privateer. Baltimore, Oct. 10, 1861.
Song of the privateer. By Quien Sabe? Baltimore, Oct. 10, 1861.
The song of the shirt ... J. Andrews, Printer, 38 Chatham St., N. Y. [n. d.]
The song of the shirt. By Thomas Hood, Esq. J. Andrews, Printer, 38 Chatham, Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
Song of the Zouaves. Words by Edward Riley. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 54 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
Song on the death of Colonel Ellsworth, the gallant Zouave. Tune- Resin the Bow, or Tippecanoe. Published and for sale by J. Magee, 316 Chesnut Street, Philada. [c. 1861]
A song, composed by the British soldier, after the fight at Bunker Hill, June 17, 1775. Lockwood, Brooks & Co., 381 Washington St., Boston.
A song, dedicated to the colored volunteer, by Tom Craig ... J. Mc. C. Crummill, Printer, ... [n. p.] [n. d.]
Song, on the death of President Abraham Lincoln. Tune.- Annie Laurie. By Silas S. Steele. J. Magee Chestnut St., Phila. [1865]
Song. "After the midnight cometh morn." Albert Pike, 22d January, 1870.
A song. 2nd impression. Printed by A. T. Stevens, of 55 St. Martin Lane, in the city of Westminster, for flying fame, 45 Roland Gardens, London, S. W. [n. d.]
Song. Air.- Araby's daughter. Johnson, Printer, ... Phila. [n. d.]
Song. Ben M'Cullough. Air- "Something new comes every day." [n. p.] [n. d.]
Song. Chief Justice Taney. Air- The Days of absence. [n. p.] [n.d.]
Song. Columbia's glorious banner. By William Sutherland. Walter Warren, Song Publisher, [n. d.]
Song. Congressman Ely. Air- "Hi ho Dobbin." [n. p.] [n.d.]
Song. Hail! to the South. [n. p.] [n. d.]
Song. Munson's hill! Air- "Call me pet names." [n. p.] [n. d.]
Song. The Marylanders goodbye. Air-"The White rose." [n. p.] [n. d.]
Song. The Rebel's retort. Air- Cocachelunk. [n. p.] [n. d.]
Song. The saucy little turtle. Air- "Coming through the rye." [n. p.] [n. d.]
Song. Tune- "Happy land of Canaan." You rebels come along and listen to my song...[n. p.] [n. d.]
Songs of many songs. Arranged and sung by A. Anderson. Tune.-Continental march, or, The captain with his whiskers [n. p.] [n. d.]
Songs of my light canoe, or The wild gazelle. [n. p.] [n. d.]
Songs of the Baltimore Rebels. Air- "Wait for the wagon." [n. p.] [n. d]
Sons of Columbia. ... J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, ... Phila. [n. d.]
The sons of New Jersey, composed at Dividing Creek, by F. B. Johnson, Air: Wait for the wagon ... Johnson, Printer, 7 North Tenth st. [n. d.]
The sorrows of Werter. Published May 1st 1877 by J. Pitts. No. 14 G. St. Andrews St. 7 Dials London.
The sour apple-tree. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 54 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
Sourkrout and sausages. Andrews, Printer, 38 Chatham St. N. Y. [n. d.]
Sourkrout and sausages. Louis Bonsal, Bookseller, Stationer, &c., Corner of Baltimore Frederick Streets, Balto. Md. [n. d.]
The South and North. [n. p.] [n. d.]
South Carolina gentleman. Air.- Fine old English gentleman. J. Wrigley, Publisher, of songs. No. 27 Chatham St., N. Y. [n. d.]
South Carolina gentleman. Air: The fine old English gentleman. H. De Marsan, Publisher, No. 38 & 60 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
South Carolina, a patriotic ode. Charleston, S. C., 1861.
The South, the South, the glorious South... [n. p.] [n. d.]
The South. [n. p.] [n. d.]
Southern battle song. Balt., Md., 1862.
Southern battle song. Balt., Md., Oct., 1862.
Southern battle song. Balt., Md., Oct.,1862.
The Southern Cross. [n. p.] [n. d.]
The Southern Cross. Air- "Star spangled banner." [n. p.] [n. d.]
The Southern cross. H. De Marsan, Publisher, No. 54 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
The Southern girl with the home-spun dress. Air-"Bonnie blue flag." [n. p.] [n. d.]
The Southern matron to her son. Air- "Oh no, my love, no." [n. p.] [n. d.]
The Southern men. [n. p.] [n. d.]
The Southern men. By a Southern lady. [n. p.] [n. d.]
Southern national song. Stars and bars. Tune-"Star spangled banner." Johnson. Song Publisher, No. 7 N. Tenth Street, Philadelphia. [n. d.]
Southern national song. Stars and bars. Tune: Star spangled banner. J. H. Johnson, Card and job printer, ... [n. d.]
Southern red, white and blue. [n. p.] [n. d.]
A Southern scene. [n. p.] [n. d.]
Southern sentiments. Air---"Let haughty Gaul invasion threat." Baltimore, Oct. 6th, 1861.
Southern song of Liberty. [n. p.] [n. d.]
A Southern song. Address to her Maryland lover, by a Virginian girl. Air: "Fly to the desert." Richmond, 1861.
A Southern song. Reply to the Virginian girl's address to her Maryland lover. Baltimore, 1861.
Southern wagon.

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