* CACHUCHA, LA. C. T. Geslain. New York. 1840 Fanny Elsslers Dances. No. 1. La Cracovienne. No. 2. La Gitana. No. 3. La Cachucha. No. 4. La Mazurka. Price . . . No. . . . Lith. Endicott. [n. art.] 6 pp., pp. 2 and 6 blank.
Illustration: Full length figure of Mlle. Fanny Elssler cachucha-ing around. Small vignette background of castle overlooking river.
* COLUMBINE WALTZES. W. H. Oakes. Boston. [ca. 1845] Lith: Thayer & Co. Artist: Bufford. 8 pp., pp. 2 and 8 blank. Plate Mark 134.
Illustration: Lovely figure of ballet dancer [Mme. Taglione].
* ELSSLER QUADRILLES. Ferdinand C. Unger. New York. 1840 Selected from her Favorite Dances and arranged for PIANO FORTE, By Ferdinand C. Unger. New Figures by Mr. Parker. Sett. 50 Cents Nett. Lith: Thayer. Designed by S. C. Jollie. 8 pp., pp. 2 and 8 blank.
Illustration: Four small vignettes of Fanny Elssler around larger vignette in center.
* FLOWER DANCE, THE. Atwill. New York. [ca. 1844] Of The Viennoise Children. Price Cents Nett. Lith: Sarony & Major. [n. art.] 8 pp., pp. 2 and 8 blank.
Illustration: Nine flower girls visible, with arches of roses held over heads.
* HAPPY AM I, FROM CARE I'M FREE.
Atwill. New York. [ca. 1834] Aria Sung by Mr. Richings. in. Aubers Admired Le dieu et la Bayadere. 75 cts. [n. lith.] Artist's name at lower right of illustration seems to be "George Endicott." Very indecipherable. 8 pp., p. 8 blank.
Illustration: Scene from the opera. Dancer is pirouetting before the court.
* LEARNING TO DANCE. Oliver Ditson. Boston. [ca. 1844] A Set Of Quadrilles. Composed by C. Redler. Pr. 37½ cts. net. Lith. J. H. Bufford. [n. art.] 8 pp., pp. 2 and 8 blank. Plate mark 1512.
Illustration: Master Jocko, the monkey, dressed in evening clothes of the period-- knee breeches, ruffled shirt, etc., is holding violin in left hand, with bow in right hand, pointing to foot of bewildered bear.