This group includes songs that do not fall into any previous classification. The titles will perhaps be more familiar to the average reader than most of the songs listed elsewhere, but it is pointed out that musical compositions under this heading were put in for purposes of information only--as to authors, publishers, dates, etc. A complete description was not felt to be necessary, except in a few instances; the copies identify themselves, and in most cases the various editions were printed without changes.
ALWAYS TAKE MOTHER'S ADVICE. Willis Woodward & Co. New York. 1884
By Jenny Lindsay.
*AMBER TRESSES TIED IN BLUE. Cottier & Denton. Buffalo, N. Y. 1874
Words by Samuel M. Mitchell. Music by H. P. Danks.
ANGELS MEET ME AT THE CROSS ROADS. J. L. Peters. New York. 1875
By Will S. Hays.
ANNIE LISLE. Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston. 1860
[Copyright] Entered 1857 by Moulton & Clark. . . .
By H. S. Thompson.
¶ This melody is now used as a musical setting to the famous Cornell song "Far Above Cayuga's Waters."
ANNIE OF THE VALE. Firth, Pond & Co. New York. 1861
Words by George P. Morris, Esq. Music by J. R. Thomas.
*ARKANSAS TRAVELER. Instrumental. J. R. Blodgett. Buffalo, N. Y. [1864-1866]