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[7003] "Farewell enchanting hope;" words by S.E.H.; music by Felix Lessing; dedicated to Mrs. Robt. Breckenridge, or Kentucky. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy; Columbia, Julian A. Selby, c. 1863.

[7004] Farewell to the Star spangled banner; arranged for piano forte & guitar; respectfully dedicated to the Army & Navy of the C.S.A. Richmond, J.W. Davies & Sons. [186_.]

[7025] The free market waltz; arranged b y F. Straus. New Orleans, Louis Grunewald, c. 1861.

[7036] Gel Beauregard's grand march; for the piano by E. Heinman. New Orleans, P.P. Werlein & Halsey. [c. 1861.]

[7049] Gen. Morgan's grand march; composed and respectfully dedicated to the officers & privates of his command, by C.L. Peticolas. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy; Columbia, Julian A. Selby, c. 1864.

[7052] General Rob't E. Lee's quick march! by Charles Young. Augusta, New Orleans, Blackmar Brothers. [etc., etc., c. 1864.]

[7064] God save the South! words by Earnest Halphin [pseud.]; music by Chas. W.A. Ellerbrock.... Augusta, Blackmar & Bro. [etc., etc., 186_.]

[7077] God save the Southern lands; words & music adapted from an English ballad by Chaplain Cameron; respectfully dedicated to the soldier's friend Mrs. J. Peterkin. To be sold for the benefit of soldiers and needy families. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy, c. 1864.

[7078] God will defend the right; written & composed for the piano by a Lady of Richmond, Va. Augusta, Va., Blackmar & Bro [c. 1861].t

[7079] God will defend the right; written & composed for the piano by a Lady of Richmond, Va. New Orleans, A. E. Blackmar & Bro. [c. 1861].

[7084] "Good bye sweetheart, good bye"; favorite ballad, with piano-forte accompaniment. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy; Columbia, Julian A. Selby, c. 1863.

[7090] Harp of the South awake! a Southern war song; words by J.M. Kilgour; music by C.L. Peticolas. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy; Columbia, Julian A. Selby, c. 1863.

[7094] "Her bright smile haunts me still;" poetry by J.E. Carpenter; music by W.T. Wrighton. Macon, John C. Schreiner &Son. [etc., etc., 186_.]

[7095] Her bright smile haunts me still; music by W.T. Wrighton. Macon, John C. Schreiner & Son. [etc., etc., 186_.]

[7097] Her bright smile haunts me still; with the original piano-forte accompaniment; words by J.E. Carpenter; music by W.T. Wrighton; also arranged for the guitar by F.W. Roster. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy, c. 1864.

[7102] Home to our mountains gipsey duet. Music by Verdi. Words by Charles Jefferys. Arranged by William Dressier. New Orleans, A.E. Blackmar. [c. 1861.]

[7112] I cannot forget thee; ballad as sung by Madame Ruhi; composed by Albin Visher. Augusta, Blackmar & Bro. [etc., etc.] c. 1864.

[7117] I remember the hour when sadly we parted; companion to "When this cruel war is over;" song and chorus.... Mobile, H.C. Clarke. [etc., etc.] c. 1864.

[7118] I see her still in my dreams; poetry and music by Stephen C. Foster. Augusta, Blackmar & Bro. [etc., etc., 186_.]

[7125] I will meet thee; composed for and dedicated to Miss Ella Wren, by John H. Hewitt. Macon and Savannah, John C. Schreiner &Son. [etc., etc., c. 1863.]

[7133] I'd be a star; words by R.J.N. Keeling; music by Ch. H. Gerkin. New Orleans, Augusta, Blackmar & Bro. [etc., etc., 186_.]

[7146.] I'm leaving thee in sorrow, Annie; words by Edward J. Gill; composed by George Barker. Augusta, Blackmar & Bro. [186_.]

[7157] "I've brought thee an ivy leaf;" for the piano forte by D. Wood. Richmond, J.W. Davies & Sons. [186_.]

[7158] I've no mother; resepectfully dedicated to Arthur Herbert, Colonel, Seventh Virginia Regiment; writeen and composed by T.Smith. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy, c. 1864.

[7173] Kathleen Mavourneen, as sung by the composer at the Plymouth concerts. Words by Mrs. Crawford; music by F.N. Crouch. New Orleans, P.P. Werlein & Halsey. [etc., etc., 186_]

[7176] Keep me awake! mother; as sung by Miss Laura, of the "Queen Sisters;" composed by F. Koenigsberg. Macon, John C. Schreiner & Son. [etc., etc., c. 1863.]

[7180] Kiss me before I die mother; words by Joseph M. Goff; music by E. Clarke Ilsley. Augusta, Blackmar & Bro. [etc., etc., 186_.]

[7187] Let me kiss him for his mother; poetry and music by John P. Ordway. Macon, John C. Schreiner & Son. [etc., etc., 186_.]

[7202] Lorena; written by Rev. H.D.L. Webster; music by J.P. Webster. Macon, John C. Schreiner & Son. [etc., etc., 186_.]

[7205] Lorena; the words by Rev. H.D.L. Webster; the music composed by J.P. Webster. Macon and Savannah, John C. Schreiner & Son. [etc., etc., 186_.]

[7214] Love me! answer to all the previous songs on this subject: No one to love! Why no one to love ! Something to love me! words by Eliza; music by H.W. Greatorex. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy; Columbia, Julian A. Selby. [186_.]

[7220] The maiden's prayer; composed for the piano forte by T. Badarzewska. Macon, John C. Schreiner & Son. [etc., etc., 186_.]

[7228] The march of the Southern men. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy; Columbia, Julian A. Selby, c. 1863.

[7234] Mary of Argyle; a favorite Scotch song for the piano-forte or guitar; music by S. Nelson. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy, c. 1864.

[7239] Maryland! my Maryland! a patriotic song; words by James R. Randall; music by a lady of Baltimore.... Augusta, Blackmar & Bro.; New-Orleans, Blackmar & Co. [c. 1862.]

[7250] Military band polka. New Orleans, L. Grunewald. [c. 1861.]

[7253] The minute men; a ballad; to Pollock B. Lee, Esq., of Memphis, Tennessee, for his indefatigable & invaluable services in defence of Southern rights & Southern honor; [by] J.B. Hawkins. Nashville, J.A. McClure, 1861.

[7257] Missouri! or a voice from the South. Written, composed and sung, at his personation concerts, by Harry MacCarthy, the Arkansas comedian, author of "The Bonnie blue flag," "The Volunteer," etc. New Orleans, A.E. Blackmar & Bro., 1861.

[7258] Missouri! Or a voice from the South. Written, composed and sung, at his personation concerts, by Harry MacCarthy. New Orleans, A.D. Blackmar &Bro. [c. 1861.]

[7267] Mollie's dream waltz; [by] Reissiger. Augusta, Blackmar & Bro. [etc., etc.,186_.]

[7272] Morning prayer; written and composed by A.F. Little. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy, c. 1864.

[7279] Mother, oh! sing me to rest; song with chorus ad lib; composed by M. Keller. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy; Columbia, Julian A. Selby. [186_.]

[7281] The murmur of the shell; song with accompaniment for piano forte or guitar; poetry and music by the Honbl. Mrs. Norton. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy, c. 1864.

[7301] "No surrender;" song; music by C.C. Mera. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy; Columbia, Julian A. Selby, c. 1864.

[7317] The officer;s funeral; words & music by the Honbl. Mrs. Norton. New Orleans, A.E. Blackmar & Bro. [etc., etc., 186_.]

[7319] Oh! come to me, love in a beautiful dream; written and adapted to the air of Mollie's dream," by John H. Hewitt. Macon and Savannah, J.C. Schreiner & Son. [etc., etc., c. 1864.]

[7327] On guard; words respectfully inscribed to Miss S.E.B. by Wallace Rowe. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy; Columbia, Julian A. Selby, c. 1864.

[7337] Our first president's quickstep; by P. Rivinac. Augusta, Blackmar & Bro. [etc., etc., 186_.]

[7338] Our first president's quickstep; by P. Rivinac. New Orleans, A.E. Blackmar & Bro. [c. 1861.]

[7342] Our flag and its origin; Southern national song; written, composed and sung at his personation concerts, by Harry Macarthy. New Orleans, A.E. Blackmar & Bro. [c. 1862.]

[7363] Pearl River polka; [by] Rivinac. New Orleans, A.E. Blackmar & Bro.; Augusta, Blackmar & Bro. [c. 1861.]

[7367] Pendleton quick step ; composed by A. Davis. New Orleans, L. Grunewald. [186_.]

[7377] Poor oppressed, or the contraband schottisch. By E.A. Benson. Nashville, C.D. Benson, 1862.

[7397] Riding a raid. Richmond, J.W. Randolph. [186_.]

[7406] The rock beside the sea; a ballad; by C.C. Converse. Augusta, Blackmar & Bro. [1864.]

[7413] Rock me to sleep, mother; ballad; words by Florence Percy [pseud.]; music by John H. Hewitt. Columbia, Julian A. Selby. [186_.]

[7425] Scenes that are brightest; from the opera of Maritana; words by Alfred Bunn; music by W.V. Wallace. Macon and Savannah, John C. Schreiner & Son. [etc., etc., 186_.]

[7434] "See at your feet a suppliant one; " as sung by Miss Ella Wren in Balfe's grand opera of the Bohemian girl. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy; Columbia, Julian A. Selby. [186_.]

[7435] "See at your feet a suppliant one;" as sung by Miss Ella Wren in Balfe's grand opera of the Bohemian girl. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy; Columbia, Julian A. Selby. [186_.]

[7442] Shells of ocean; [variations by] Ch. Grobe. New Orleans. A.E. Blackmar & Bro. [ 186_.]

[7445] The signal corps schottische for piano forte; composed and respectfully dedicated to Lieut. Emmett F. Ruffin; by Mason M. Bunow. Augusta, Blackmar & Bro., c. 1863.

[7447] Silvery shower; tremelo etude on a melody of Balfe; composed for the piano forte by Adolph Baumbach. Augusta, Blackmar & Bro. [etc., etc., 186_]

[7459] The soldier's grave: as sung, with unbounded applause, by Miss Laura, of the "Queen sisters!" Music adapted by Hermann L. Schreiner. Macon, John C. Schreiner & Son. [etc., etc., 186_.]

[7474] The South; poetry by Charlie Wildwood [pseud.]; music by John H. Hewitt. Columbia, Julia A. Selby, c. 1863.

[7482] The Southern cross; song; words by St. George Tucker; music by C.L. Peticolas. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy; Columbia, Julia A. Selby, c. 1863.

[7485] The Southern Marseillaise; with French and English words; arranged for the piano forte by A.E. Blackmar. Augusta, Blackmar & Bro., c. 1862.

[7494] The Southern soldier boy; song, as sung by Miss Sallie Partington in the "Virginia cavalier", at the Richmond New Theatre; words by Captn. G.W. Alexander; air: The boy with the auburn hair. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy; Columbia, Julian A. Selby, c. 1863.

[7506] The standard bearer; words by Major T.N.P.; music by N.S. Coleman; respectfully dedicated to Miss Belle B. Taylor of Richmond, Va. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy, c. 1864.

[7510] The star spangled cross and the pure field of white; written and composed by Subaltern. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy; Columbia, Julian A. Selby, c. 1864.

[7513] The stars of our banner; a Southern song; written by M.F. Bigney; music by Alice Lane. Augusta, Blackmar & Bro. [c. 1861.]

[7515] The stars of our banner; a Southern song; written by M.F. Bigney; music by Alice Lane. New Orleans, A.E. Blackmar & Bro. [etc., etc., c. 1861.]

[7527] Stonewall Jackson's midnight review. Grand march as performed by the brass bands; arranged for the piano forte. [n.p., 1863.]

[7528] Stonewall Jackson's way! Richmond, J.W. Randolph, 1863.

[7531] Strike for the South; a patriotic song; written by Miss Carrie Bell Sinclair; the music composed and arranged for the piano forte, by James Pierpont. Macon, John C. Schreiner & Son. [etc., etc., c. 1863.]

[7538] Take me home;... music by Hermann L. Schreiner. Macon and Savannah, J.C. Schreiner & Son. [etc., etc., c. 1864.]

[7548] There's life in the old land yet; poetry by Jas. R. Randall; music by Edward Eaton. Augusta, Blackmar & Bro. [186_.]

[7554] They said my love would change with time; words by Frederic Enoch; music by Stephen Glover. Macon and Savannah, John C. Schreiner & Son. [etc., etc., 186_.]

[7567] Trust to luck Alabama; a patriotic song; written by G.W. Jamison; sung at the Mobile Theatre, by S.B. Duffield; music arranged by Jacob Schlesinger. Mobile, Joseph Bloch. [186_.]

[7571] The unknown dead; as sung by Miss Ella Wren; written and composed by John H. Hewitt. Macon and Savannah, John C. Schreiner & Son. [etc., etc., c. 1863.]

[7572] Up with the flag; composed and respectfully dedicated to the Fourth N.C. Troops; by Dr. Wm. B. Harrell; arranged for the piano forte by Mrs. Harrell. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy; Columbia, Julian A. Selby, c. 1863.

[7575] The vacant chair; music by G.F. Root. Richmond, Davies & Sons. [186_.]

[7580] Violetta (or, I'm thinking of a flower); words by Morgaon C. Kennedy; music by Edward O. Eaton. Augusta, Blackmar & Bro. [c. 1862.]

[7584] Virginian Marseillaise; with French and English versions; arranged for the piano-forte by F.W. Rosier. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy; Columbia, Julian A. Selby. [186_.]

[7592] The volunteer! or, It is my country's call; by Harry Macarthy. New Orleans, Blackmar & Co. [c. 1861.]

[7599] Wait till the war, love, is over; words by A.J. Andrews; music by C.W. Burton. Richmond, West & Johnston, c. 1864.

[7600] Wake, lady, wake! a serenade for one or two voices, with piano-forte accompaniment; by James Pierpont. Macon and Savannah, J.C. Schreiner & Son. [etc., etc., c. 1864.]

[7610] We conquer or die; composed and arranged for the piano forte; by James Pierpont. Macon, J.C. Schreiner & Son. [etc., etc., c. 1861.]

[7613] "We have parted;" ballad; poetry and music by Miss Ella Wren. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy; Columbia, Julian A. Selby, c. 1863.

[7623] When the boys come home! words and music by Charles Carroll Sawyer. Augusta, Blackmar & Bro. [etc., etc., 186_.]

[7624] When the boys come home! words and music by Charles Carroll Sawyer. Augusta Blackmar & Bro. [etc., etc., 186_.]

[7626] When the swallows homeward fly; by Franz Abt. Macon, John C. Schreiner & Son. [etc., etc., 186_.]

[7629] When this cruel war is over; words by Charles C. Sawyer; music by Henry Tucker. Macon and Savannah, J.C. Schreiner & Son. [etc., etc., 186_.]

[7630] When this cruel war is over; ballad; words by Charles C. Sawyer; music by Henry Tucker. 2 copies. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy; Columbia, Julian A. Selby. [186_.]

[7638] Who will care for mother now; ballad; music by C.F. Thompson; poetry by C.C. Sawyer. 2 copies. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy, c. 1864.

[7642] Why no one to love? answer to No one to love; ballad; words and music by Stephen C. Foster. Richmond, Geo. Dunn & Compy; Columbia, Julian A. Selby. [186_.]

[7653] You never win us back ; a patriotic song writeen by a lady of Kentucky; arranged for the piano forte by J.E. Smith and dedicated to Mosby and his men. Richmond, J.W. Davies & Sons, c. 1864.

[7656] Zouave mazurka; composed by A. Waldauer, leader of the St. Charles Theatre Orchestra. New Orleans, P.P. Werlein & Halsey. [etc., etc., c. 1861.]

[7669] Bingham, William. A grammar of the Latin language: for the use of schools, with exercises and vocabularies. By Wm. Bingham, A.M., of the Bingham School. Greensboro, N.C.: Published by Sterling, Campbell & Albright. Richmond, Va., Hargrave White. 1863.

[7671] Branson, Levi. First book in composition, applying the principles of grammar to the art of composing: also giving full directions for punctuation; especially designed for the use of Southern schols, by L. Branson, A.M. Raleigh: Branson, Farrar & Co. 1863. [c. 1862.]

[7676] Browne, George Y. Browne's arithmetical tables, combined with easy lessons in mental arithmetic. For beginners. By Rev. Geo. Y. Browne, A.M. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Atlanta, Ga.: Franklin Printing House. J.J. Toon, Publisher and Proprietor. 1865.

[7682] Campbell, William A. The child's first book. By Campbell and Dunn. Approved by the Educational Association of Virginia through their committee. Richmonf: Ayres & Wade. 1864.

[7756] Johnson, Lemuel. An elementary arithmetic, designed for beginners; embracing the first principles of the science. By L. Johnson. A.M., Professor of mathematics in Trinity College. Raleigh, N.C., Branson & Farrar, Fayetville Street. 1864.

[7761] Lander, Samuel. Our own school arithmetic. By S. Lander, A.M. Greensboro, N.C.: Published by Sterling, Campbell & Albright. Richmond, Va., W. Hargrave White. 1863.

[7762] Lander, Samuel. The verbal primer. By Rev. S. Lander. Greensboro, N.C.: Published by Sterling, Campbell & Albright. Richmond, Va.: W. Hargrave White. Columbia, S.C.: Townsend & North. [c.1865.]

[7806] Moore, Mrs. Marinda Branson. The geographical reader, for the Dixie children. By Mrs. M.B. Moore. Raleigh: Branson, Farrar & Co. Publishers. Biblical Recorder Print. 1863.

[7837] Orphan House, Charleston, South Carolina. By-laws of the Orphan House of Charleston, South Carolina, South Carolina. Revised and adopted by the board of commissioners, 4th April, 1861. Submitted to and approved by the city council of Charleston, 23d April, 1861. Charleston: Steam-Power Presses of Evans & Cogswell, 3 Broad and 103 East Bay Streets. 1861.

[7847] Rice, John H. A system of modern geography, compiled from various sources and adapted to the present condition of the world; expressly for the use of schools and academics in the Confederate States of America. In which the political and physical condition of the states composing the Confederate States of America are fully treated of, and their progress in commerce, education, agriculture, internal improvements and mechanic arts, prominently set forth. By John H. Rice. 1862. Atlanta, Georgia: Franklin Printing House. Wood Hanleiter, Rice & Co. 1862.

[7873] [Smith, Richard McAllister] The Confederate first reader: containing selections in prose and poetry, as reading exercises for the younger children in the schools and families of the Confederate States. Richmond, Va. Published by G.L. Bidgood, No. 121, Main Street. 1864.

[7879][Smith, Richard McAllister] The Confederate spelling book, with reading lessons for the young, adapted to the use of schools or for private instruction. Fifth edition. Richmond, Va.: Published by George L. Bidgood. 1865.

[7881] [Smith, Roswell Chamberlain] Smith's English grammar, on the productive system. Revised and improved, and adapted to the use of schools in the Confederate States. Richmond, Va.: Published by George L. Bidgood. 1863.

[7882] [Smith, Roswell Chamberlain] Smith's English grammar on the productive system. Revised and improved, and adapted to the use of schools in Confederate States. Second edition. Richmond, Va.: Published by George L. Bidgood. 1864.

[7889] South Carolina College, Columbia. Catalogue of the trustees, faculty and students, of the South Carolina College, January, MDCCCLXI. Columbia, S.C.: Steam Power Press of R.W. Gibbes. 1861.

[7890] South Carolina College, Columbia. Catalogue of the trustees, faculty and students, of the South Carolina College, January, MDCCCLXII. Columbia, S.C.: Steam Power Press of R.W. Gibbes. 1862.

[7893] South Carolina College, Columbia. Treasurer's report to the honorable the board of trustees of the South Carolina College, November 1, 1862. Columbia, S.C.: Charles P. Pelham State, [sic] Printer. 1862.

[7923] Stewart, Kensey Johns. A geography for beginners. By the Rev. K.J. Stewart. Palmetto series. Illustrated with maps and engravings. Richmond, Va.: J.W. Randolph. 1864.

[7965] Wiley, Calvin Henderson, et al. Address to the people of North Carolina. [Raleigh? N.C., 1861?]

[7976] York Brantley. An analytical, illustrative, and constructive grammar of the English language accompanied by several original diagrams, exhibiting an occular [sic] illustration of some of the most difficult principles of the science of language; also an extensive glossary of the derivation of the principal scientific terms used in this work, in two parts for the use of every one who may wish to adopt it. By Rev. Prof. Brantley York. Third edition. Multum in parvo.... Raleigh: W.L. Pomeroy, Publisher. 1862.
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[7993] Ancedores for out soldiers. No. 3. [Published by the South Carolina Tract Society. Printed by Evans & Cogswell, No. 3 Broad street, Charleston, S.C. 186_.]

[7997] An appeal to young soldiers. By a young lady. Published by the South Carolina Tract Society. Printed by Evans & Cogswell, No. 3 Broad street, Charleston, S.C. 186_.]

 

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