NATIONAL TEMPERANCE ODE. Geo. W. Hewitt & Co. Philadelphia. 1840 Sung at the Philadelphia Museum July 4th, 1840, Written by Miss Catharine H. Waterman. Adapted to the Air of the STAR SPANGLED BANNER. 4 pp., p. 4 blank.
* SING HEY! FOR THE BOTTLE. G. Endicott. New York. [1834-1839] That unsurpassed Gem! A Favorite & Popular Song. The Poetry By Edward Lancaster, Esqre. The Music Composed by W. Kirby. Price 50 Cts. [n. lith. n. art.] 6 pp., pp. 2 and 6 blank.
Illustration: Gentleman seated in chair raising sherry glass in toast. Decanter in background.
* STATE STREET QUICK STEP, THE. Atwill. New York. 1842 first performed at the Mass Temperance Celebration. Albany 24th June 1842. By the National Brass Band. the Music composed & dedicated as a mark of esteem to his friend, John H. Wardwell, Esq. of Albany. by Oliver J. Shaw. [n. lith. n. art.]  pp., p. 4 blank.
Illustration: State Street, Albany, looking uphill toward the Capitol. At right: building marked Museum, W. C. Little, Book Store, etc. etc. Row of buildings at left. Description: "View of State street & the Capitol, taken from the exchange Building, Albany."
* STRIPED PIG, THE. Hewitt & Jaques. New York.  as sung by Mr. Wills at the Tremont Theatre Boston. Lith: Endicott. Artist: Sanford on Stone. Dedham 1836. 6 pp., pp. 2 and 6 blank. Lower margin p. 5: G. W. Quidor Engvr.
Illustration: Tent at left. Lettering on side: "A Wonderful Striped Pig To be Seen Here. Admittance 6¼ Cents." Sign of striped pig over the entrance. Soldier staggering out of tent. Two soldiers smiling and gesturing to each other. Soldier on horseback. Others rushing to entrance.
¶A Yankee hit on a plan "to furnish the soldiers with liquor." He "got out a license to show a Striped Pig." It is obvious that Mr. Pig was not the main attraction.
* TEE-TO-TAL SOCIETY, THE. Atwill. New York. 1840 As sung with the Greatest Applause By Mr. Chapman At the Park Theatre. Lith: N. Currier. Pr. 25 cts. Nett. 6 pp., p. 2 and 6 blank.
Illustration: Upper left: Jovial husband drinking ale from tankard. Wife at left,