* BATTLE OF BUENA VISTA, THE. G. Willig. Jr. Baltimore. 1847 a descriptive Fantasie for the Piano Composed and most respectfully inscribed to Genl. Z. Taylor The Hero who never lost a battle. by Chs. Grobe. Opus 101. At head of title: Veni, Vidi, Vici. Price 75 cts. net. Lith: E. Weber & Co. [n. art.] 14 pp., pp. 2 and 14 blank. Plate Mark 2067.
Illustration: At top: crossed American flags; at left: drummer on scroll, eagle on drum and bugles, swords etc.; at right: fife player on scroll, eagle holding arrows, on cannon, swords, bugle; at bottom: cannon, cannon balls, drums, wheel, American shield surmounted by Officer's hat.
FIELD OF MONTEREY, THE. Oliver Ditson. Boston. 1846 Ballad. Affectionately dedicated to Mrs. Virginia Q.S. (of Virginia) By M[arion] Dix Sullivan. 4 pp., pp. 1 and 4 blank; p. 3 incorrectly numbered. Plate Mark 1240.
* GENERAL SCOTT'S ARTILLERY MARCH.
W. C. Peters & Co. Louisville, Ky. 1847 at the Battle of Churubusco. As Performed By The Brass Bands, arranged for the Piano Forte by W. C. Peters. Lith: Fleetwood & Son. Cincinnati. "Price" [Figure] "3" [in 7 pointed star] "nett." 6 pp., pp. 2 and 6 blank; Plate Mark 1188.
Illustration: Three team caisson pulling cannon over ditch. Three soldiers mounted, two on foot beside the gun. General Scott, on horseback, sword in hand, watching the progress.
* LITTLE MORE GRAPE CAPTAIN BRAGG, A.
Lee & Walker. Philadelphia. 1847
A National Song. Composed & respectfully dedicated to General Zachary Taylor by Wm. J. Lemon. Lith: P. S. Duval. [n. art.] Pr. 50 Cts. net. 8 pp., pp. 2 and 8 blank. Plate Mark 356-5.
Illustration: Gen. Taylor, sword in hand, directing operations at Battle of Buena Vista. Columns of troops in perfect alignment attacking each other.