The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Person - Wallace, William Ross, 1819-1881

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Items with "Wallace, William Ross, 1819-1881" as Cited Author

Beadle's Dime Song Books

The Sword of Bunker Hill

Beadle's Dime Speakers

The Sword of Bunker Hill

Beadle's Half-Dime Singer's Library

The Sword of Bunker Hill

Miscellaneous Beadle Songbooks

The Sword of Bunker Hill

Items with "Wallace, William Ross, 1819-1881" as Credited Author

Beadle's Dime Speakers

The Hand That Rocks The World
The Liberty Bell
The Sword of Bunker Hill

Miscellaneous Beadle Songbooks

A Mother's Hymn in Time of War
The Sword of Bunker Hill

New York Weekly

1868 and 1869
America's Funeral Hymn for Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt, the Great Railroad King
America's Gratulation to the Members of the American Evangelical Alliance
America's School Song To Italy
American Nation's Song. After Reading the Great Advertisement of "The American News Company, nos. 119 and 121 Nassau Street, New York"
Americans' New Year's Song: After the Centennial. 1876—1877
Angels Bless the Secret Penny
August. Song: Men and Women with the Children
Autumn melody
Autumn Song—New Joys for Man
A Beautiful Scene in New Mexico
The Bell of Time—Old and New Year
The Bird and the Grave
Birds, Blossoms, Love, Lovers. Song of the Boat in Spring
Birthday Song
The Blest Immortal Boon
But As Mother She's Divine
Chicago. The Giant of Fire and Angel of Love
Children—Song
Christ's Eternal Bells- After Christmas
Christmas Morn Anthem
Come, Darling
Daughter, Sister, Rose, Yet Linger
The Dumb Orator; or, The Drunken Master and the Sober Dog
Epitaphs
The fathers of our forest land
The First Music in the Central Park, June, 1871
Fitzgreen Halleck
The Flower Festival
The Future With Flowers
The Gentle Heart and Gentle Word
Germans Not In Joy Alone. A Song
Glad Chorus for Love's Own Dear Sake
The good mother
Hatred and Love as Shown in Nature
The human eye
The human hand
Humanity's Still Sacred Sake
The Humbler Flower Below
Hymn of the Great Republic, On the Death of Charles Sumner
The Infant's Smile
Joy Song for Christmas
June
Labor and Whistle—Song
Little Ellie
Little Susan petting her dove
The Lost Daughter's Song
Love and Palestine
Love's Flower and Dove
Love's Wonder
Matter and Soul
The Meanings of Flowers
The Message Bird
More Than Mere Ideal
The Mother's First Babe Song
Mountains
Music and Marriage
My Children
My Daughter's Flowers
My Lost Daughter
National Song of Triumph Over the Final Defeat of New York Rioters, July 12
National Song—O, Thanks Be to God, We Are Brothers Again
Nature
Not Now By Her Tomb
Ode. On the Presidential Inauguration, March 4th, 1869
Oh! Tenderly the parent tend
The Old Minstrel and Peace
Onward, Ever Onward
Remorse
Reply to Sunlight
Rose of Beauty
Sabbath Morning
Sacred melody
The Saved Waif's Memorial Story
The Shrines
Song
Song of the Lily
Song to an absent one
Song: Love's Consummation
Song—Rose, Lily, and Mary
Song—Tender Vows
Song—The Beauty Of Her Heart
The Soul Not Uncrowned. An Autumn Lay
Spring and Love
Spring Benedictions
Summer Town-Contentment
Sunlight
Sweet Harp of my Father
The Sweet Little Pledge Of Our Loves
There's A Laugh In Thine Eye
Time's Spirit-Strife
To A City Tradesman
To A Father
To a love rhyme
To Mary
To the young
Tranquility
Tribute to Gen. Meagher's Grave
The True Steward
Trust Nature
The Trysting Rose
Wealth and Virtue
A Wedding Anniversary
Welcome's Hands
Winter melody
Winter song to Isidore
Winter Song: Every Season is a Friend
The winter wind's reply
Wiser and Better Men
The Wronged and Innocent
You vowed to love forever
You're Right
Young Men's Preference