Carter, J. P. Lucy Neal. London: Bingley and Strange Lith., ca. 1850. Arranged as solo and chorus by F. Lancelott. “I liv’d in Alabama My Massa’s name was Beal, he us’d to own a yeller gal, her name was Lucy Neal…..One night de Niggers gabe a ball; Miss Lucy danc’d a reel, And all declared no darkee dare Could dance like Lucy Neal After dat my Massa sell me, Because he thought I’d steal, Which caused a separation Ob myself and Lucy Neal.” Together with “Lucy Long” The celebrated Ethiopian Melody, also arranged by F. Lancelot. 4pp. Soiled but in good condition. Including the title page to the authorized edition of Lucy Neal, with the “Ethiopian Serenaders” published by John Mitchell, London, and the title page to “Take Your Time Miss Lucy Long.” Three items total.