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America Singing: Nineteenth-Century Song Sheets

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Nelly Bly. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, ... [Phila. [n. d.]
Nelly Bray. Air: Nettie Moore. By Thomas Sloan Jr., author of the popular song, "Kitty Wells." H. De Marsan, Publisher, 38 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
Nelly Bray. Air: Nettie Moore. By Thomas Sloan, Jr. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 38 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
Nelly Brown. Composed & sung by G. W. Anderson. Tune- Poor old slave. Jackson, Printer, 190 Houston street. [n. d.]
Nelly darling. [n. d.]
Nelly darling. Andrews, Printer, 38 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
Nelly Gray. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, [Phila.] [n. d.]
Nelly wants to marry. Air.-"Oh I should like to marry." [n. p.] [n. d.]
Nelly was a lady. Andrews, Printer, No. 38 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
Nelly was a lady. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 54 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
Nelly was a lady. J. H. Johnson, card and job printer, ... Phila. [n. d.]
Nelly was a lady. Sold wholesale at 409 Hudson Street, New York. [n. d.]
Nelly was a lady. Thomas M. Scroggy, publisher, card and fancy job printer, No. 443 Vine Street, Above Twelfth, Phila. [n. d.]
Nelly Wood. Air: Good-bye, Allie Dear! H. De Marsan, Publisher, No. 54 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
Nerve. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 60 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
The nerves. Air: The perfect cure. H. De Marsan, No. 60 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
Nettie is no more. By John Benjamin. Air--Nettie Moore. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 38 & 60 Chatham St., N. Y. [c. 1860]
Nettie is no more. Composed by John Benjamin, and sung by H. Greenwood at the Chatham Theatre. Air: Nettie Moore. H. De Marsan, 38 & 60 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
Nettie Moore. H. De Marsan, No. 54 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
Nettie Moore. Sold by J. Andrews, Publisher, 38 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
Nettie Moore. Thomas G. Doyle, Bookseller, stationer, and Song Publisher, No. 297 N. Gay Street, Baltimore. [n. d.]
A new and much admired song call'd The three lovers trip to Carrickmagat. By Michael Daily. P. Brereton, Printer, 1, Lr, Exchange, St, Dublin. [n. d.]
New comic song entitled "What shall we do for change." R. Newcomb, Printer, 11 Devonshire St. Boston. [n. d.]
The new deserter. Ryle & Co., 2 and 3, Monmouth Court, Seven Dials. [n. d.]
New England, The Campbells are comin', and Landlady of France. Sold wholesale and retail by L. Deming, No. 61 Hanover Street, Boston. [n. d.]
New England. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 60 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
The new garden fields. London: Taylor, Printer, 92 & 93, Brick Lane, Bethnal Green. [n. d.]
New hoist up the flag. Johnson, Song Publisher, Phila. [n. d.]
New Jers-a. Air: K. Y. K. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 38 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
The new Jim Crow song, about the darkies and the war.
New Johnny, fill up the bowl! Tune- When Johnny comes marching home. J. H. Johnson's card and job printing office, &c., [n. d.]
New Johnny, fill up the bowl! Tune.- When Johnny comes marching home. J. H. Johnson's card and job printing office. ... Phila. [n. d.]
The new liquor law. By Eugene T. Johnston. Air: The quilting party. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 60 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
New national hymn. Composed by an American widow, A. B. Clark. Tune--America. J. H. Johnson, Printer, ... Philad'a. April, 1864.
New Orleans song of the times. [n. p.] [n. d.]
The new policeman. Air: Nora Creina. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 60 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
New rally round the flag, boys. Johnson, [Philadelphia] [n. d.]
The new red, white, & blue. [Johnson, publisher of songs, ... Phila.] [n. d.]
New red, white, and blue. H. De Marsan, No. 54 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
The new Sebastopol. Tune "Hop de dooden do." G. S. Harris' S. E. Cor. 4th & Vine Sts., Phila. [n. d.]
The new skedaddle song. H. De Marsan, No. 54 Chatham St., N. Y.
The new skedaddle song. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 54 Chatham Streets, N. Y. [n. d.]
A new song cal'd The poor wanderrer sighs and grief on parting his native land. P. Brereton, Printer 1 Lr Exchange St Dublin. [n. d.]
A new song call'd Annie Lisle. P. Brereton, 1, Lr, Exchange St.
A new song call'd Brother Bill and Jamima Brown. P. Brereton, Printer, 1, Lr, Exchange Street, Dublin [n. d.].
A new song call'd the Barrack Hill Cavan. P. Brereton I Lr Exchange Street, Dublin.
A new song call'd the Chimney sweepers weding. P. Brereton Printer, Lr. Exchange St., Dublin. [n. d.]
A new song call'd the girl I left behind me. [n. p.] [n. d.]
A new song call'd the hireing day. P. Brereton Printer, 1 Lr. Exchange St. Dublin [n. d.]
A new song call'd the Papist ass. [n. p.] [n. d.]
A new song call'd The pride of Ardagh. Air: The lass of Gowry. P. Brereton 1 Lr. Exchange St. [n. d.]
A new song call'd the Young lady's lamentation for the loss of her true love. P. Brereton, Printer, I. Lr. Exchange St. Dublin. [n. d.]
A new song called the bold rake of Limrick. Done by Denn Harman.
A new song called the bold rake. P. Brereton, Printer, 1, Lr, Exchange, St Dublin.
A new song called the Publican's lament. P. Brereton, Printer, 55 Cook street. [n. d.]
A new song called The tempest: together with an American ode. [n. p.] [n. d.]
A new song for Gen'l Grant! Air, ... Low back car. [n. p.] [n. d.]
A new song for Sherman & Sheridan. Air- "Villikins and his Dinah." [n. p.] [n. d.]
A new song for the entered apprentice; & Farewell address. [n. p.] [n. d.]
A new song for the war. Air- "Old Folks at home." [n. p.] [n. d.]
A new song in praise of the Catholic church of Kantur. [n. p.] [n. d.]
A new song on lovely Katey of Liskehan. P. Brereton, Printer, Lr. Exchange, St, Dublin. [n. d.]
A new song on luckey elopement. P. Brereton, Printer, 1, Lr. Exchange St. Dublin. [n. d.]
A new song on the Amnesty meeting in Tipperary. Written by a friend to the cause. P. Brereton Printer 1 Lr Exchange St Dublin.
A new song on the general taxation of our days. P. Brereton, Printer 55 Cooke Street. [n. d.]
A new song on the hireing fairs of Ulster. P. Brereton, 1 Lr. Exchange St Dublin. [n. d.]
A new song on the hireing oe the servants. P. Brereton, 1, Lr. Exchange St. Dublin.
A new song on the sporting races of Galway. [n. p.] [n. d.]
A new song, on the escape of Thomas Francis Meagher, the Irish exile. Andrews, Printer, 38 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
New song. Fare thee well, Kitty dear. J. Andrews, No. 38 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
A new song. To the tune of the British Grenadier. [n. p.] [n. d.]
New song. To the tune of the British Grenadiers. [n. p.] [n. d.]
New song. Uncle Bill. A parody on "Nancy, Till." J. Andrews, No. 38 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
The new version of the colored volunteer. By Corporal Sam'l Nickless, Co. I. Johnson, Printer, No. 7 North Tenth St. [n. d.]
New war song of the 69th regiment. Air- My boy with the auburn hair. [n. p.] [n. d.]
New Whack row de dow, or, Hunkey boy is Yankey Doodle. J. H. Johnson, Song publisher, ... Phila. [n. d.]
New Yankee Doodle. [n. p.] [n. d.]
The New York 12th regiment. No. 2. Air: Red, white, and blue. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 38 & 60 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
The New York ice-man. By A. S. Air: Villikins and his Dinah. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 38 & 60 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
New York volunteer. By Frank Spear. [n. p.] [n. d.]
New-York 12th regiment. By Albert F. Dauson. Air.- Red white and blue. J. Wrigley, Publisher, ... N. Y. [n. d.]
New-York 7th regiment. By Albert F. Dawson. Air.- Star spangled banner. J. Wrigley, Publisher of songs ... N. Y. [n. d.]
The New-York apprentice boy. Air: The Sheffield apprentice. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 38 & 60 Chatham Streets, N. Y. [n. d.]
The New-York fire-Zouaves. Air: River Roe. By Mrs. E. O. C. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 54 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
New-York in slices. Andrews, Printer, 38 Chatham St. N. Y. [n. d.]
New-York in slices. Andrews, Printer, 38 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
New-York sights. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 54 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
The news boy. Air, "Wait for the waggon." Andrews, printer, 38 Chatham st. N. Y. [n. d.]
The news boy. Air, "Wait for the waggon." Andrews, Printer, 38 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
Niagara. [n. p.] [n. d.]
Nice young man. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 60 Chatham Street, N. Y.
Niggers in convention. Sumner's speech. [n. p.] [n. d.]
Niggers in convention. Sumner's speech. [n. p.] [n. d.]
Nine cheers and a tiger for the gallant seventh New York regt. Sold whole-sale and retail at Geo. Yeager's News Stand, N. E. Cor 3nd. and Market. [Phila.] [n. d.]
Nineteen's engine. By the Bowery boy. Air- Camptown racers. Sold wholesale at 409 Hudson street, N.Y. [n. d.]
No Irish need apply. J. H. Johnson, Stationer & Printer, 7 N. 10th Street, Phila. [1862?]
No Irish need apply. Written by John F. Poole. ... H. De Marsan, Publisher, 54 Chatham Street, New-York. [n. d.]
No news for me. By John Ross Dix.
No one to love. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 60 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]
No puppies need apply. Air: No Irish need apply. H. De Marsan, Printer, 54 Chatham Street, N. Y. [n. d.]

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