Unidentified publisher, n.d.(ca.1853).
Public Domain [tag/del]
LoC stamp on first page shows received in 1853.
||Chanson sans paroles
||Étude de salon. Souvenir de Mendelssohn-Bartholdy.
||Weyde, Peter Henri van der
||Mrs. Caroline Halsey of Brooklyn
1853 publication may be part of a collection. Weyde's opus 123 ("I really must be in the fashion, comic song") was published in 1854 and his opus 86 in 1853, suggesting some of these could be republications and might originally date from earlier, or if first publications (also possible of course) may have been composed substantially earlier in any case. (In this case perhaps around 1847?)