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    FM, 763a, The Days of Yore!, 665 - 665, Dec 1834, Lousia Macartney Crawford, Reprinted in Metropolitan Magazine in 1835 as written by Mrs. Crawford. [verse] (03/15)

    Metro, The Dying Troubadour, 277 - 277, Nov 1832, Lousia Macartney Crawford, prob., Attributed to Mrs. Crawford in Periodica musicalia (Bow Historical Books, 1986). [verse] (08/16)

    Metro, In Earth's Lonely Desert (Swiss Air -- "Rans des Vaches", 318 - 318, Nov 1832, Lousia Macartney Crawford, Published in the Weekly Orthodox Journal of Entertaining Christian Knowledge, August 7, 1833, as by Mrs. Crawford. [verse] (08/16)

    Metro, Sea Song. -- Old England for Ever (to the air --"when at war with the ocean"), 101 - 101, May 1833, Lousia Macartney Crawford, Signed Mrs. Crawford. [verse] (08/16)

    Metro, Serenade (Written for Mozart's Ari, "Away with Melancholy," with Madame Catalani's Variations), 256 - 256, Jul 1833, Lousia Macartney Crawford, Signed Mrs. Crawford. [verse] (08/16)

    Metro, Bridal Serenade (Air -- March in "Timon of Athens"), 29 - 29, Sep 1833, Lousia Macartney Crawford, Signed Mrs. Crawford. [verse] (08/16)

    Metro, Fair Annie Macleod. A Tale, 196 - 199, Oct 1833, Lousia Macartney Crawford, Signed Mrs. Crawford. (03/14)

    Metro, Dirge (He's gone from the halls that resounded with mirth), 303 - 303, Nov 1833, Lousia Macartney Crawford, Signed Mrs. Crawford. [verse] (08/16)

    Metro, Stanzas for Music, 331 - 331, Nov 1833, Lousia Macartney Crawford, Signed Mrs. Crawford. [verse] (08/16)

    Metro, Venetian Serenade, 37 - 37, Jan 1834, Lousia Macartney Crawford, prob., Signed C------D. This poem is a song like so many of Louisa Crawford's poems. [verse] (08/16)

    Metro, Maria Da Gloria!, 57 - 57, Jan 1834, Lousia Macartney Crawford, Signed Mrs. Crawford. [verse] (08/16)

    Metro, The Dark Flodden Fight, 75 - 75, Jan 1834, Lousia Macartney Crawford, Signed Mrs. Crawford. [verse] (08/16)

    Metro, Portuguese Serenade, 120 - 120, Jan 1834, Lousia Macartney Crawford, Signed Mrs. Crawford. [verse] (08/16)

    Metro, Chatelar (From His Prison) to Mary Queen of Scots (Air - "Tell Her I Love Her"), 171 - 171, Feb 1834, Lousia Macartney Crawford, possib., Many of Crawford's poems were set as songs with identified airs. [verse] (08/16)

    Metro, March of the Ancient Britons, 201 - 201, Feb 1834, Lousia Macartney Crawford, Reprinted in the September 1837 issue of the Metropolitan and identified there as by Mrs. Crawford. [verse] (08/16)

    Metro, Waterloo [Air -- "Madame Florian's March], 247 - 247, Mar 1834, Lousia Macartney Crawford, possib., Many of Crawford's poems were set as songs with identified airs. [verse] (08/16)

    Metro, Anacreontic [Air -- "In my cot."], 258 - 258, Mar 1834, Lousia Macartney Crawford, Signed Mrs. Crawford. [verse] (08/16)

    Metro, Bring Me Roses! [Welsh Air -- "Arhyd Y nos], 316 - 316, Mar 1834, Lousia Macartney Crawford, possib., Signed C------. Many of Crawford's poems were songs with subtitles indicating the air to which the poem should be sung. [verse] (08/16)

    Metro, March of the Earl of Tyrone to Blackwater (Air -- "Blue Bonnets"), 344 - 344, Mar 1834, Lousia Macartney Crawford, Signed Mrs. Crawford. [verse] (08/16)

    Metro, O Meet Me To-Night (Air --"Over the water to Charlie"), 203 - 203, Jun 1834, Lousia Macartney Crawford, possib., Louisa Crawford wrote many similar poem songs, with indicated airs, for the Metropolitan. [verse] (08/16)

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