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Yes, I would the the war were over. Answer to "When this cruel war is over." Words and music by Alice Hawthorne ... Johnson, Song Publisher, Phila

Bid me good bye, or, the Soldier's farewell. By Alice Hawthorne. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, No. 7 N. Tenth Street, Phila

The reveille. [by] Sep. Winner. A. W. Auner, Song Publisher, Philadelphia

In memory of Col. Ellsworth, fire Zouaves. Assassinated May 24th, 1861. Johnson, Song Publisher No. 7 N. 10th, Street, [Philadelphia.]

The soldier's reveille. [by] Sep. Winner, No. 531 N. Eighth. St. Phila., Johnson, Song Publisher, [1861]

Comrades, join the reveille. Johnson, Song Publisher, 7 N. 10th St. Phila

Bully for you. J. H. Johnson, Song publisher,&c., Phila

The reveille. A. W. Auner, Song Publisher, 110 North 10th. street., ab. Arch. Philadelphia. [c. 1862]

We are coming Father Abraham, 600, 000 more! Words by J. Cullen Bryant, music by D. A. Warden, J. H. Johnson, song Publisher, ... Phila

Ring merry bells! or The Union victory. A. W. Auner, Song Publisher, 110 St. ab. Arch, Philadelphia. [c. 1862]

Gallant Pennsylvania 69th, Irish Volunteers. Johnson, Song Publisher, &c., N. Tenth St., 3 doors above Market Pa

How are you, green backs? Johnson, Song Publisher, ... Phila. [c. 1863]

Grant's the man. Johnson, Song Publisher, No. 7 N. 10th St., Phila

Johnny fill up the bowl ... Philadelphia. A. W. Auner, Song publisher, cardand job printer. [1864].

Clara Day. Johnon, Song Publisher, No. 7 N. 10th St., Phila. c. 1864

Our sweethearts at home. Words and music by Sep. Winner. Johnson, Song Publisher, ... Phila

President Lincoln's favorite poem, Oh! why should the spirit of mortal be proud? ... Philadelphia A. W. Auner, song publisher. [Ca. 1864].

The prisoner's release. W. R. Smith, Agt. ... Johnson, Song Publisher, 7 North Tenth St., Philad'a

Where will I go when dis war breaks dis country up. J. H. Johnson, song Publisher, ... Phila

Give us back our old commander. Johnson, Song Publisher, No. 7 N. 11th. Street, Phila

We're marching down to Dixie's land. Tune.-Dixie's land. Johnson, Song publisher, ... Phila

The picket guard. Johnson, Song Publisher, ... Phila

Columbia! our country forever. Air-Red white and blue." By M. L. Hofford. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, 7 N. 10th. Street, Phila

The standard bearer. Johnson, Song publisher, ... Phila

Song of liberty. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, ... Phila

Our Jimmy grafted in the army. Johnson, Song Publisher, ... Phila

Viva l'America. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, ... Phila

Mother, I've come home to die. By E. Bowers. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, ... Phila

Save the Union. By Mrs. Thomas M. Coleman. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, ... Phila

How are you conscript. Johnson, Song Publisher, ... Phila

Marching along. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher of songs, &c., Phila

Kingdom coming. Johnson, Song Publisher, Phila

Nelly Bly. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, ... [Phila

Star spangled banner. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, ... Phila

After the battle Mother. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, 7 North Tenth St., Phil'a

Drunkard's lament. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, No. 7 N. Tenth Sts., 3 doors above Market, Phila

Bettering house garden. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, Stationer & Printer, No. 7 N. Tenth St., 3 doors above Market, Phila

Battle of Spottsylvania. ... Tune- "Peace, troubled soul. " J.H. Johnson, Song Publisher, &c., No. 7 N. 10th Sts., Phila

All round my hat. Johnson, Song Publisher, No. 7 N. Tenth Street

Old Sir Toddy. Air.--- Old Dan Tucker. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, Stationer & Printer, No. 7 North Tenth St., 3 doors above Market, Phila

The colored brigade. Johnson, Song Publisher, 7 N. Tenth St. Phila

Star spangled banner. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, ... Phila. [n. d.]

The colored brigade. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, &c., No. 7 10th St., Phila

Secessia land. Air- Promised land. A. W. Auner, Song Publisher, ... Phila

Monitor and Merrimac. Air--Yankee Doodle Dandy. Johnson, Song Publisher, &c., Phila

Jeff Davis brought these hard times on me. Tune- Nell Flaugherty's Drake. Johnson, Song Publisher, &c., Phila

Natalie; or Tic tac! Tic tac! goes the mill. Johnson, Song Publisher, No. 7 N. Tenth Street

The young invincible. By a member of the Minute Men's Glee Club. Tune- Sailier boy. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, ... Phila

Come back, Steben. Johnson, Song Publisher, No. 7 Tenth Street

Mother's waiting for her soldier boy. Air.--Fairy boy, or, Mother is the battle over. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher. ... Phila

If this cruel war were over. Tune. - When this cruel war is over. Johnson, song Publisher, Phila

The grave of Lilly Dale. Thomas G. Doyle, Bookseller, Stationer and Song Publisher, No. 297 Gay Street, Baltimore, Md

My love he is a saileur boy. Thomas G. Doyle, Bookseller, stationer, and Song Publisher, No. 297 North Gay Street, Baltimore

Johnny, fill up the bowl! Jesse N. Bowen, Song Publisher, &c., Baltimore

Camp gals. Air.- Year of Jubolo. J. Scott. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, ... Philada

The good ship Cumberland. A. W. Auner, Song Publisher, Philadelphia

Unhappy Jeremiah. A highly popular comic song. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, &c., No. 5 North Tenth st., three doors above Market [Street] Philadelphia

Our flag. Air- "Cheer, boys, cheer." Written by request, expressly for the Lewis Opera Troupe, by John L. Zieber. J. H. Johnson card and job printer, Song publisher, No. 7 North Tenth Street, Philadelphia. [1861]

"Root hog or die," or the Yankee boys. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, &c., No. 5 North tenth St., Three doors above Market, Philadelphia

Away she went. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, Card and Job Printer, No. 5 North Tenth Street. Three doors above Market, Philadelphia

Female smuggler. Johnson, Song Publisher, No. 7 N. 10th St., Philadelphia

Freedom's altar. A.W. Auner, Song Publisher, 110 North 10th St., Philadelphia

Kissing thro' the bars. Written by Gen. Wm. F. Small. Johnson, Song Publisher, No. 7 N. 10th St., Philadelphia

New hoist up the flag. Johnson, Song Publisher, Phila

Soldier's burial. By Wolfe. Air: Burial of Sir John Moore. Johnson, Song Publisher, Phila

E pluribus unum. An American national song. Johnson, Song Publisher & Printer, No. 7 N. Tenth St., Phila

We'll follow the flag. Tune-"Gay and happy." J. H. Johnson's Song Publisher, ... Phila

Mother, is the battle over? Johnson, Song Publisher, ... Phila

M'Clellan's farewell to the army of the Potomac. Air--Gay and happy. Johnson, Song Publisher,&c., Phila

Our flag. Air--"Cheer, boys, cheer." J. H. Johnson, card and job printer, Song Publisher, Phila

Rosa's wedding day. Johnson, Song publisher, No. 7 N. 10th Street, Phila

Maryland, my Maryland. Johnson, Song Publisher, Stationer & Printer, No. 7 N. Tenth St., 3 doors above Market, Phila

Vacant chair. Johnson, Song Publisher, ... Phila

The battle of Bull Run. Johnson, Song publisher, Stationer, &c., 3 doors above Market, Phila

Union for ever for me!. H. De Marsan, Song publisher, ... N. Y

I loved that dear old flag the best. By Ednor Rossiter. Johnson, Song publisher, Phila

Irishman's shanty. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, &c., Tenth St., 3 doors above Market, Phila

Come, Jeff, come, or, Fort Donaldson is taken. Air- Annie of the Vale. A. W. Auner, Song publisher, &c., 110 North 10th Street, ab. Arch, Phila

Cling to the Union. Air- Wait for the wagon. Johnson, Song Publisher, No. 7 Tenth Street, [Phila.]

How are you conscript? Johnson, Song Publisher, ... Phila

Conscript how are you? Johnson, Song Publisher, 7 N. 10th Street, Phila

We will have the Union still. By Robert Smith. Air- Free and easy. A. W. Auner, Song Publisher, Phila. [. d.]

Bonnie blue flag. Johnson, Song Publisher, No. 7 N. Tenth Street, Phila

Battle cry of freedom, or, We'll rally round the flag, boys. Johnson, Song publisher, &c., No. 7 N. Tenth Street, Market, Phila

Mother dear, I'll come home again. Johnson, Song Publisher, &c., ... Phila

How sweet are the roses. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, &c., No. 7 N. 10th. Street, Phila

The young gal from New Jersey. Walter Warren, Song Publisher, ... Phila

The Irish brigade. Air--Red, white and blue. A. W. Auner, Song Publisher, 110 North 10th st. ... Philadelphia

The gum tree canoe. Thomas G. Doyle, Bookseller, Stationer and Song Publisher, No. 297 N. Gay Street, Baltimore

Am I not fondly thine own? Thomas G. Doyle, Bookseller, Stationer and Song Publisher, No. 297 Gay Street, Baltimore, Md

Gum tree canoe. Thomas G. Doyle, Bookseller, Stationer and Song Publisher, No. 297 N. Gay Street, Baltimore

The separation. Thomas G. Doyle, Bookseller, Stationer, and Song Publisher, No. 297 Gay Street, Baltimore, Md

Polly won't you try me oh? Louis Bonsal, Bookseller, Stationer and song Publisher, Corner of Baltimore and Frederick St., Baltimore and Frederick St., Baltimore, Md

Let me kiss him for his mother. Auner, Song Publisher, Phila. Pa

Give me a noble fellow with a bucktail in his hat. A. W. Auner, Song Publisher, Philadelphia, Pa

Assassination of Ellsworth, at Alexandria, Va., May 24, 1861. Air-California brothers. A. W. Auner, Song Publisher, 110 N. 10th Street, ab Arch, Philadelphia

The girl I left behind me. J. H. Johnson, Song Publisher, Philadelphia

Hail to the Union. Johnson, Song Publisher, No. 7 N. Tenth Street. Philadelphia

Marseilles hymn. A. W. Auner, Song Publisher, N. W. Cor. 8th and Market Sts., Philadelphia

My country, 'tis of thee. 1776. 1861. A. W. Auner, Song Publisher, N. W. cor. 8th and Market Sts., Philadelphia

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