The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - Beadle's dime song book, no. 12

Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: Beadle's Dime Song books — no. 12
Alternate Titles: Beadle's dime song book : a collection of new and popular comic and sentimental songs, no. 12
Vacant chair
Subjects / Tags: Popular music
Songs, English
United States
Contents: Ah, he kissed me when he left me (Work)
A little farm well tilled (Work)
All's well (Work)
A vesper song (Work)
Babylon is fallen (Work)
Beautiful Rose (Work)
Bread and cheese and kisses (Work)
Brother's fainting at the door (Work)
Cousin Jedediah (Work)
Daisy Deane (Work)
Dream on, Lillie (Work)
Ella Clay (Work)
Footsteps on the stairs (Work)
He's gone to the arms of Abraham (Work)
I'm going to fight mit Siegel (Work)
Isabel, lost Isabel (Work)
I sailed in the good ship, the Kitty (Work)
Jack on the green (Work)
Jenny Brown and I (Work)
Johnny is my darling (Work)
Johnny Schmoker (Work)
Just before the battle, Mother (Work)
Katy's letter (Work)
Maid of Llanwellyn (Work)
Merry, little, gray, fat man (Work)
Nellie lost and found (Work)
Oh, are ye sleeping, Maggie? (Work)
Oh, bless me, mother, ere I die (Work)
Ole Dan Tucker (Work)
Our captain's last words (Work)
Our sweethearts at home (Work)
Robin Adair (Work)
Singular dreams (Work)
Sleeping for the flag (Work)
Song of a thousand years (Work)
The bell-ringer (Work)
The blue jay's melody (Work)
The coat of other days (Work)
The days when we were young (Work)
The dear ones all at home (Work)
The farmer's daughter (Work)
The first love dream (Work)
The ham fat man (Work)
The knitting song (Work)
The lily of St. Leonard's (Work)
The old church bell (Work)
The old house far away (Work)
The parting of the sailor's wife (Work)
The ring my mother wore (Work)
The Vacant chair (Work)
The wherewithal (Work)
Thou wilt come nevermore to the stream (Work)
Three roguish chaps (Work)
Tread lightly, ye comrades (Work)
Uncle Joe's Hail Columbia (Work)
Watching for pa (Work)
We'll go down ourselves (Work)
When old friends were here (Work)
Withing the sound of the enemy's guns (Work)
Yes, I would the war were over (Work)
Date: February 12, 1864
OCLC Number: 1120725253

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