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Topsy's Polka. From "Uncle Tom's Cabin."
(Musical Bouquet Office, 192 High Holborn, 2012-06-22)
The Coons Jubilee. March Two-Step.
(Vandersloot Music Co., 2012-06-22)
The Crow Quadrilles. (1) Jim Crow; (2) Sich a Gittin Up Stairs; (3) Sittin on a Rail; (4) Clare de Kitchin; (5) Bone Squash Diabolo.
(John F. Nunns, 70, South 3d. St., 2012-06-22)
Dem Good Ole Days Afo de War. Songs of the New Orleans Troubadours.Dem good ole days afo' de war, we shall not see no more [first line]Dem good ole days afo' de war we shall not see no more [first line of chorus]
(F.W. Helmick, No. 50 West Fourth Street, 2012-06-22)
Plantation and End Songs. I Always Takes De Cake.I'se gwine to sing a little song of a high ton'd colored affair [first line]Den I always takes de cake, just for de ladies' sake [first line of chorus]
(Thompson & Odell, 177 Washington St. Branch, 78 Tremont St., 2012-06-22)
Old Jasper's Cake Walk.Last week Jasper Johnson gave a cake walk [first line]O swing around, my lady, an' look me in the face [first line of chorus]
(S. Brainard's Sons Co., 20 E. Seventeenth Street, 2012-06-22)
Ethiopian Melodies of White's Serenaders. Commence Ye Darkies All!White folks, I'm goin' to sing A song dat am quite new [first line]Den commence, ye darkies all, As loud as you can bawl! [first line of chorus]
(Firth, Pond & Co., No.1 Franklin Square, 2012-06-22)