||New York: Firth & Hall, n.d. Plate Fantasia. Var:13.
||This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project. Firth & Hall was mostly used as an imprint during 1821-46 (or so??), it seems... This is her only work given with opus number, here, so hard to compare chronologically with others. As David Braham wasn't born until 1838 and not yet giving concerts in 1846 (I imagine??...) there is probably an explanation for this...
||Fantasia and Variations on the Vesper Hymn
||Fantasia and Variations on a Celebrated Air, a la Russe Vesper Hymn. As performed by the authoress at Mr. Braham's Concerts
Difficult to estimate chronology satisfactorily?
Dedicatee also, it seems, dedicatee of works by Chopin and Anthony P. Heinrich (his "Overture to the Fair Sylph of America, Miss Eliza Eustaphieve".)