JOHNNY SCHMOKER. Root & Cady. Chicago. 1863
A Descriptive Chorus. Harmonised & Arranged By B. F. Rix. And Sung under his direction by Father Kemp Old Folks. At head of title: To our patrons. Figure 5 in 5 pointed star. 8 pp., p. 8 blank.
* LORD LOVELL. Oliver Ditson & Co. Boston. 1867
And Nancy Bell. Comic Ballad arranged by J. C. J. At head of title: The Celebrated. Figure 3 in 7 pointed star. Engraver and Artist: H. F. Greene . 6 pp., pp. 2 and 6 blank. Plate Mark 23439.
Illustration: Lord Lovell standing beside donkey, with two-pronged pitch-fork in in hand, sword at belt. Lady Nancy looking very "witchy."
¶ This is distinctly not a comedy song. It is one of the gems of early English song, and the words are traditional--and serious.
* MONKEY'S WEDDING. Firth & Hall. New York. [after 1832]
For The Piano Forte.  pp., pp. 1 and 4 blank.
Illustration: Between caption title: The monkey is dressed in exaggerated clothes, holding staff, and looking very uncomfortable. Tail shows.
¶ This is the famous song "The Monkey married the Baboon's Sister."
MY LAST CIGAR. Firth, Pond & Co. New York. 1854
[Copyright] Entered. . . . 1854 by J. M. Hubbard. . . . Or (Twas off the blue Canaries.) Song. Composed by J. M. Hubbard. Only Correct Edition Published Under The Sanction Of The Author. At head of title: Cordially inscribed to All Good Smokers. 6 pp., p. 6 blank. Plate Mark 4297.
* OLD ROSIN THE BEAU. Osbourn. Philadelphia. 1838
Favorite Comic Song Dedicated with much respect to the members of the Falcon Barge by the publisher. Arranged by J. C. Beckell. Price 25 cts. nett. Lith: Wild & Chevalier. Philadelphia. [n. art.] 6 pp., pp. 2 and 6 blank. Plate Mark 137.
Illustration: Scull "Falcon" on the Schuylkill River. Crew with oars raised upright.
* SIMON THE CELLARER. O. Ditson & Co. Boston. [n. d.]
As Sung By Henri Drayton In His Celebrated Parlor Opera Diamond Cut Diamond. Composed by J. L. Hatton. Figure 4 in 7 pointed star.