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					                                        American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                              Author Index

A.B.C. with pictures and verses.                            Abington (Mass.).
Northampton, A.P. Merrifield. [182-?]                          Celebration of the one hundred and fiftieth
[3]-10 p.; illus.; 8 cm.                                    anniversary of the incorporation of Abington,
   Reel: 1, No. 1                                           Massachusetts, June 10, 1862.
                                                            Boston, Wright & Potter, printers. 1862
Abadie, Paul.                                               including the oration, poem, and other exercises.;
  The Fireman, and other poems.                             114, [1] p.; front. (plan) 23.5 cm.; Half-title.
New York, Geo. F. Bunee, Printer. 1852                         Reel: 1, No. 6
133 p.
   Reel: 1, No. 1                                           About ships and other vessels.
                                                            Worcester, H.J. Howland. [185-?]
The Abandoned: a sketch of life as it may be found in       8 p.; illus.; 8 cm.
New England.                                                   Reel: 1, No. 7.1
Boston, Redding and Co. 1848
[5], 6-32 p.                                                Account of the golden wedding of James and Mary
   Reel: 1, No. 5                                           Brewster, Sept. 18, 1860.
                                                            New Haven, T.J. Stafford, printer. 1860
Abbey, Henry, 1842-1911.                                    Printed at the request of their children.; [7], 10-28 p.;
   May dreams.                                              front., ports. 22.5 cm.; Half-title.
New York, Abbey & Abbot. 1862                                  Reel: 1, No. 7
vi p., 1 p.l., [9]-143 p.; 19 cm.
   Reel: 1, No. 2                                           An Account of the great fire which destroyed about
                                                            250 buildings in Newburyport, on the night of the
Abbey, Henry, 1842-1911.                                    31st of May, 1811.
   Ralph, and other poems.                                  Newburyport, Printed by W. & J. Gilman. 1811
Rondout, N.Y., Horatio Fowks; New York, N.                  Taken principally from the statements which have
Tibbals. 1866                                               appeared in the public newspaper. 2d ed., imp.; 1 p.l.,
64 p.; 17.5 cm.                                             23, [1] p.; illus.
   Reel: 1, No. 3                                              Reel: 47, No. 1342

Abbey, Henry, 1842-1911.                                    An Account of the pirates, with divers of their
   Stories in verse.                                        speeches, letters, &c. and a poem made by one of
New York, A.D.F. Randolph & Co. 1869                        them: who were executed at Newport, on Rhode-
[6], 128 p.; 18 cm.; Half-title.                            Island, July 19th, 1723.
   Reel: 1, No. 4                                           [n.p.] Reprinted. 1769
                                                            [16] p.; 16.5 cm.
Abbot, Abiel.                                                   Reel: 1, No. 3
    The spirit of the temperance pledge: a poem,
written for the celebration of the anniversary of the       An Account of the remarkable conversion of a little
Declaration of Independence and delivered before the        girl; also, A song for my brother sailor.
Washington temperance benevolent societies and              Palmer [Mass.] Printed by E. Terry. 1814
citizens of Jersey City ... July 4, 1843 ... [and two       12 p.
Odes].                                                          Reel: 1, No. 4
New York, J. M. Elliott. 1844
24 p.; 13 cm.                                               Ad interim and ad outerim; or confidential
    Reel: 1, No. 6                                          disclosures of state secrets, by the correspondent of
                                                            the "Alaska refrigerator".
Abbott, A.                                                  Washington D.C., John C. Parker. 1868
   A blow at the serpent's head.                            2ed.; 31 p.; illus.
New Haven, J.M. Patten. 1840                                   Reel: 1, No. 8
Original poems against the vices of the tongue with
others on intemperance, revenge, etc.; 24 p.; 19 cm.        Adams, Ann Olivia.
   Reel: 1, No. 7                                              Poems by Astarte [pseud.].
                                                            New York, W.H. Kelley & brothers. 1865
Abbott, Mary Persons (Briggs), 1823-1849.                   [5], 6-83 p.; 20.5 cm.
   Poetical and prose writings of Mrs. Mary P.                 Reel: 1, No. 9
Abbott.
Painesville, Ohio, Scofield's book and job office.          Adams, Catherine A. (Van Buren).
1851                                                           Music: an apothesis: and other poems.
91 p.; 14 cm.                                               New York [Eckler, printer]. 1870
   Reel: 1, No. 5                                           66 p., 1 p.l. front. (port.) 17 cm.
                                                               Reel: 1, No. 10




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Adams, Charles S.                                             Adams, J.F.
   An address in verse delivered at a temperance                 Poems and essays: including Address to ocean,
meeting, held at Harwich, Mass., July 4, 1835.                The great question, etc., etc.
Barnstable. n.d                                               Lawrence, Geo. W. Sargent & Co. [185-?]
8 p.                                                          45, [3], 47-124 p.
   Reel: 1, No. 8                                                Reel: 1, No. 12.1
Adams, Charles S.                                             Adams, J.F., Mrs.
   A poem on the use of tobacco.                                 Poems and essays; including address to ocean,
Boston, Hall & Co. 1852                                       The great question &c.
24, [2] p.; 25 cm.; 2 pages of publisher's notices at         Lawrence,[Mass.] G.W. Sargent & Co., printers.
end of book.                                                  [185-]
   Reel: 1, No. 11                                            [5], 4-124 p.; 21 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 1, No. 16
Adams, Charles S.
   A poem on the use of tobacco.                              Adams, John.
Boston, Torrey & Blair. 1838                                     An epistle to the Reverend Mr. Ebenezer Turell,
24 p.                                                         occasioned by the death of his late virtuous consort.
   Reel: 1, No. 9                                             Boston. 1735
                                                              (In Colman, Benjamin. Two sermons preach'd at
Adams, F.W.                                                   Medford, April 6, 1735.; p. i-vi.).
   Theological criticisms; or Hints of the philosophy            Reel: 71, No. 2054
of man and nature.
Montpelier, J.E. Thompson. 1843                               Adams, John Greenleaf, 1810-1887.
In six lectures. To which are appended two poetical              Memoir of Rev. John Moore; with selections from
scraps, and dogmas of infidelity.; xv, [17]-216, 32 p.;       his correspondence and other writings.
19 cm.                                                        Boston, A. Tompkins. 1856
   Reel: 1, No. 10                                            360 p.; front. (port.) 20 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 1, No. 17
[Adams, G. Zelotes].
   Love of nature: an anniversary poem, delivered             Adams, John Isaac Ira.
before the I.K.A. of Washington College.                         Poem: [the voices of experience, adventure, and
Hartford, J.B. Eldredge. 1837                                 memory] and the valedictory oration by C.J. Hillyer,
12 p.; 17 cm.                                                 pronounced before the senior class in Yale college,
   Reel: 1, No. 11                                            July 3, 1850.
                                                              New Haven, Thomas J. Stafford. 1850
Adams, G. Zelotes.                                            [5], 6-52 p.
    Moral and religious musings.                                 Reel: 1, No. 13
Schenectady, S.S. Riggs. 1835
xi, [1], 14-107, [1] p.; 17.5 cm.                             Adams, John Jay.
    Reel: 1, No. 12                                               The charter oak, and other poems.
                                                              New York, Samuel Colman. 1839
Adams, H.T.W.                                                 ix, [4], 60 p.
   Alphabet of geology and elements of mineralogy.                Reel: 1, No. 14
Springfield, Mass., Samuel Bowles & Co. 1868
70, [2] p.; 19 cm.                                            Adams, John Quincy, Pres. U.S., 1767-1848.
   Reel: 1, No. 13                                               Dermot Mac Morrogh, or The conquest of Ireland;
                                                              an historical tale of the twelfth century.
Adams, Harriet A., "Mrs. J.S. Adams", d. 1885.                Boston, Carter, Hendee and Co. 1832
   Branches of palm.                                          xiv, [3], 18-108 p.; errata.
Boston, Adams & Co. 1866                                         Reel: 1, No. 15
192 p.
   Reel: 1, No. 14                                            Adams, John Quincy, Pres. U.S., 1767-1848.
                                                                 Dermot Mac Morrogh, or The conquest of Ireland;
Adams, Harriet A., Mrs.                                       an historical tale of the twelfth century.
   Branches of Palm.                                          Boston, Carter, Hendee and Co. 1832
Boston, Adams & Co. 1866                                      2ed.; xiv, [3], 18-108 p.
192 p.                                                           Reel: 1, No. 16
   Reel: 1, No. 12
                                                              Adams, John Quincy, Pres. U.S., 1767-1848.
Adams, Henry W.                                                   Dermot Mac Morrough, or The conquest of
    The book of Job in poetry; or, A song in the night.       Ireland; an historical tale of the twelfth century.
New York, Robert Craighead. 1864                              Columbus, Isaac N. Whiting. 1834 [c1832]
liv, [1], 56-380 p.; 18 illus.; por.                          3ed.; xv, [2], 18-108 p.
    Reel: 1, No. 15                                               Reel: 1, No. 17

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Adams, John Quincy, Pres. U.S., 1767-1848.                   Adams, John Quincy, Pres. U.S., 1767-1848.
   An eulogy on the life and character of James                  Poems of religion and society; with notices of his
Madison.                                                     life and character by John Davis and T.H. Benton.
Boston, J.H. Eastburn, city printer. 1836                    New York, William H. Graham. 1848
delivered at the request of the mayor, aldermen, and         4, [3], 8-108 p.
Common council of the city of Boston, September                  Reel: 1, No. 20
27, 1836.; 2 p.l., 3-90 p.; 24.5 cm.
   Reel: 1, No. 18                                           Adams, John Quincy, Pres. U.S., 1767-1848.
                                                                The wants of man.
Adams, John Quincy, Pres. U.S., 1767-1848.                   [n.p.]. [n.d.]
   Government meeting.                                       6 p.; 22 cm.
[n.p.]. [n.d.]                                                  Reel: 1, No. 25.1
1 p.l., 5 p.; Ms. copy of a paper given to the R.I.
Historical Society, by Mrs. Albert L. Calder, June           Adams, John Quincy, Pres. U.S., 1767-1848.
1898. The original is marked: "From Mr. C. F.                   The wants of man.
Jackson to his brother James-1793. A juvenile                [New Haven]. [1858]
production by John Q. Adams.".                               8 p.; 15 cm.; Caption title.
   Reel: 1, No. 6                                               Reel: 2, No. 20

Adams, John Quincy, Pres. U.S., 1767-1848.                   Adams, John Quincy, Pres. U.S., 1767-1848.
   The jubilee of the Constitution.                              The wants of man.
New York, S. Colman. 1839                                    [Providence]. [1847]
A discourse delivered at the request of the N.Y.             4 l.; 20 cm.
historical society, in the city of New York, on                  Reel: 1, No. 25
Tuesday, the 30th of April, 1839; being the 50th
anniversary of the inauguration of George                    Adams, John Quincy, Pres. U.S., 1767-1848.
Washington as President of the U.S., on Thursday,               The wants of man; a poem.
the 30th of April, 1789.; 136 p.; front.; 23 cm.             Lowell, [Amos Upton]. 1841
   Reel: 1, No. 19                                           15 p.; 11 cm.
                                                                Reel: 1, No. 23
Adams, John Quincy, Pres. U.S., 1767-1848.
   Poems of religion and society.                            Adams, John Quincy, Pres. U.S., 1767-1848.
Auburn & Buffalo, Miller, Orton and Mulligan. 1854              The wants of man; a poem.
with notices of his life and character by John Davis         Lowell, Amos Upton. 1842
and T.H. Benton.; 116, [8] p.; por.; 8 pages of              15 p.; 11 cm.
publisher's notices at end of book.                             Reel: 1, No. 24
   Reel: 2, No. 19
                                                             Adams, John Stowell, d. 1893.
Adams, John Quincy, Pres. U.S., 1767-1848.                      Half-hour stories of choice reading for home and
   Poems of religion and society.                            travel.
Auburn, Derby and Miller; Buffalo, Derby, Orton              Boston, G.W. Cottrell. [1854]
and Mulligan. 1853                                           [3], 6-368, [1] p.; 19.5 cm.; Half-title.
with notices of his life and character, by John Davis           Reel: 2, No. 21
and T.H. Benton.; 116, [12] p.; port.; 12 pages of
publisher's notices at end of book.                          Adams, John Stowell, d. 1893.
   Reel: 1, No. 18                                              Sam Squab, the Boston boy: containing a sketch
                                                             of his early life, and wonderful adventures.
Adams, John Quincy, Pres. U.S., 1767-1848.                   Boston, [Redding & co.]. 1844
   Poems of religion and society.                            48 p.; 21.5 cm.
New York, William H. Graham. 1850                               Reel: 1, No. 26
with notices of his life and character by John Davis
and T. H. Benton.; 116 p.; 18 cm.                            Adams, John Stowell, d. 1893.
   Reel: 1, No. 22                                              Town and country; or, Life at home and abroad,
                                                             without and within us.
Adams, John Quincy, Pres. U.S., 1767-1848.                   Boston, J. Buffum. 1856
    Poems of religion and society; with notices of his       [3], 6-368, [4] p.; Half-title.; 2 pages of publisher's
life and character by John Davis and T.H. Benton.            notices at end of book.
Auburn, Derby and Miller. 1850 [c1848]                          Reel: 2, No. 22
iv, [3], 8-116 p.
    Reel: 1, No. 21                                          Adams, John Turvill, 1805-1882.
                                                                Poems.
                                                             [New Haven, A.H. Maltby & Co.]. [1825.]
                                                             47 p.; 20 cm.
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Adams, John, 1704-1740.                                         An Address to a Deist.
   Poems on several occasions, original and                     New London, Printed by James Springer, for the
translated.                                                     author. 1796
Boston, Printed for D. Gookin, in Marlborough -                 A poem ...; 12 p.; Attributed to Joseph Vaill.
Street, over against the Old South Meeting House.                  Reel: 1, No. 10
1745
[9], 2-176 p.; 16 cm.                                           An Address to Prince Edward Island by Fabrius
   Reel: 1, No. 5                                               Cassius Funny Fellow, a native.
                                                                P.E. Island, the author. 1862
Adams, L.B.                                                     38 p.; 17 cm.; Half-title.
   Sybelle, and other poems.                                       Reel: 2, No. 28
New York, Carleton. 1862
By L. [pseud.]; [5], viii-192, [5], 4-8 p. 19.5 cm.; 6          Addressed by the boy who carries the American
pages of publisher's notices at end of book.                    Mercury, to the subscribers.
   Reel: 2, No. 23                                              Hartford, American Mercury. January 1, 1793
                                                                Broadside.
Adams, Mary H. (Willbor).                                          Reel: 1, No. 14
   Violet; a true story.
Providence, George H. Whitney. 1861                             The Adventures of Bob, the squirrel.
251 p.; 19 cm.                                                  New York, Illman & Pilbrow. [1846?]
   Reel: 2, No. 24                                              13 p.l.; col. illus.; 17 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 1, No. 29
[Adams, William Taylor] 1822-1897.
   The golden thimble.                                          Adventures of three little crows.
Boston, Lee and Shepard. 1866                                   Boston, Printed by Andrew Holland. [185-?]
A story for little folks. By Oliver Optic [pseud.]; [2],        Newsboy's edition.; [16] p.; col. illus.; 19 cm.
7-96 p.; front., illus., plates.; 15 cm.; Half-title: The         Reel: 1, No. 29.1
Riverdale books.
   Reel: 2, No. 25                                              Advice and select hymns, for the instruction of little
                                                                children.
Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.                                     Concord, Atwood & Brown. 1837
    Cato; a tragedy.                                            16 p.; illus.; 10 cm.; (Seventh series, no. 10).
Boston, Printed by P. Edes, for Thomas & Andrews.                  Reel: 2, No. 30
1793
56, [2] p.; "Epilogue" written by Dr. Garth, and "A             Aesculapius Non Vinctus, pseud.
New Epilogue" [written by an American author]: [2]                 Jeannette; a poem with three portraits.
p. at end.                                                      New York. 1857
    Reel: 1, No. 8                                              92, [4] p.; ports.
                                                                   Reel: 2, No. 29
Address and poem delivered at the first anniversary
of the S.C.A. Concord, Oct. 4, 1856.                            Aesop junior in America; being a series of fables
[Concord], printed by the society for private                   written especially for the people of the United States
distribution. 1856                                              of North America.
22 p.; 19 cm.                                                   New York, M. Day. 1834
    Reel: 2, No. 26                                             238 p.; front.; 19 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 2, No. 31
Address and poem, delivered before the Society of
alumni of Williams college.                                     Aesopus. English. The little Esop.
Boston, T.R. Marvin & Son. 1855                                 New York, J.Q. Preble. 1855
August 14, 1855.; 48 p.; 24 cm.                                 [4], 7-96 p.; incl. front.; 12 cm.; Prose and poetry.;
   Reel: 2, No. 27                                              Illustrations and text on opposite pages.
                                                                    Reel: 2, No. 31
Address of Robin the Carrier of the Daily Advertiser,
to his kind customers.                                          Aesopus. English. The little Esop.
[Bristol] Daily Advertiser. [1797]                              Philadelphia, H.C. Peck & Theo. Bliss. 1857
Broadside.                                                      95 p.; illus.; 12 cm.; (Lovechild's Juvenile Library,
   Reel: 1, No. 9                                               8).
                                                                    Reel: 2, No. 30
An Address to a child on leaving a Sabbath school.
Boston, Samuel T. Armstrong. 1821                               The African widow.
11 p.; 14 cm.                                                   New York, American Tract Society. [185-?]
   Reel: 1, No. 28                                              Supposed to have been writted by the late Rev. Legh
                                                                Richmond.; 14 p.; (p. [115]-126) illus.; 10 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 2, No. 31.1


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Agassiz, Louis, 1807-1873.                                     Akerman, Lucy Evelina, 1816-1874.
    Address delivered on the Centennial anniversary               Nothing but leaves: a poem, illuminated by Jean
of the birth of Alexander von Humboldt under the               Lee.
auspices of the Boston society of natural history, by          Philadelphia, Duffield Ashmead. 1868
Louis Agassiz.                                                 [13] p.; Verso pages blank and unnumbered.
Boston, Boston society of natural history. 1869                   Reel: 3, No. 35
With an account of the evening reception.; 107, [1]
p.; 24 cm.                                                     [Akerman], Lucy Evelina, 1816-1874.
    Reel: 2, No. 32                                               Poems.
                                                               73 numb. l.
The Age of humbugs: The grand tour, and other                     Reel: 3, No. 36
poems, by the author of the "Snowy daughter".
Wheeling, E.W. Newton & Co. 1837                               Alasco, an Indian tale; two cantos; with other poems.
52 p.                                                          Philadelphia, published for the author, by J.B.
   Reel: 2, No. 32                                             Lippincott & Co. 1857
                                                               141, [3] p.; 18.5 cm.; 2 pages of publisher's notices at
The Age of rhyme; or, A glance at the poets, by a              end of book.
Southerner.                                                       Reel: 3, No. 37
Charleston, S. Babcock & Co. 1830
30 p.                                                          Albee, John, 1833-1915.
   Reel: 2, No. 33                                                In memory of Gerald FitzGerald; killed in battle
                                                               on the Rappahannock, May 1863.
The Age of tinsel.                                             [n.p.]. [1865]
New York, Printed by Samuel Colman. 1843                       6 p.; Signed J.A.
A satire.; 31 p.; 19 cm.                                          Reel: 3, No. 38
   Reel: 2, No. 34
                                                               Albert, C.H.
[Agg, John] fl. 1816.                                             Youth's phantasies; a collection of poetical
   The ocean harp; a poem in two cantos with some              effusions.
smaller pieces.                                                Chambersburg, Pa. 1847
Philadelphia, Published by M. Thomas, J. Maxwell,              152 p.; 17 cm.
printer. 1819                                                     Reel: 2, No. 36
And a monody on the death of John Syng Dorsey,
M.D. by the author of Lord Byron's "Farewell to                [Album].
England," "Pilgrimage to the Holy Land," and other             [Westford, Mass., Dedham, Mass., etc.]. [1828-1844]
pieces.; 182 p.; 15 cm.                                        1 v.; 26 cm.
   Reel: 1, No. 18                                                Reel: 2, No. 37

Agricultural society of New Castle County (Del.).              Alcott, Amos Bronson, 1799-1888.
Wilmington, Del., Porter & Naff. 1846                              Tablets.
Transactions ... at the 11th annual meeting ... with ...       Boston, Robert Brothers. 1868
addresses.; 50 p.; 21 cm.                                      iv, 208, [1] p.; 18.5 cm.; 1 page of publisher's notices
   Reel: 2, No. 35                                             at end of book.
                                                                   Reel: 3, No. 39
[Aikin, John] 1747-1822.
   Evenings at home; or, The juvenile budget                   Alcott, Louisa May (1832-1888).
opened, consisting of a variety of miscellaneous                  Flower Fable.
pieces, for the instruction and amusement of young             New York, Hurst & Co. [n.d.]
persons.                                                       [1st. ed.]; 161 p.; 15 cm.; Half-title.
Philadelphia, A. Bartram. 1802                                    Reel: 3, No. 40
[By J. Aikin, M.D. and Mrs. Barbauld] 2d ed.; 3 v.;
in 1.; 18 cm.                                                  Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888.
   Reel: 1, No. 21                                                Flower Fables.
                                                               Boston, G.W. Briggs & Co. 1855
Ainslie, Hew.                                                  [7], 6-182 p.; 15 cm.
   Scottish songs, ballads, and poems.                            Reel: 3, No. 41
New York, Redfield. 1855 [c1853]
216 p.
   Reel: 2, No. 33

Ainslie, Hew.
   Scottish songs, ballads, and poems.
New York, Redfield. 1855 [c1854]
216 p.
   Reel: 3, No. 34

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Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888.                                Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 1836-1907.
   Morning glories, and other stories.                           The course of true love never did run smooth.
Boston, Horace B. Fuller. 1868                                New York, Rudd & Carleton. 1858
195 p.; front., plates.; 18 cm.; Contents.--A Christmas       [11], 16-41, [3], 6 p.; 19 cm.; Half-title.; 6 pages of
song.--Morning glories.--The rose family.--Shadow-            publisher's notices at end of book.
children.--Poppy's pranks.--What the swallows did.--             Reel: 3, No. 48
Little Gulliver.--The whale's story.--Goldfin and
Silvertail.--A strange island.--Peep! peep! peep!--           Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 1836-1907.
Fancy's friend.--The nautilus.--Fairy fire-fly.                  The course of true love never did run smooth.
   Reel: 3, No. 42                                            New York, Rudd & Carleton. 1859
                                                              3d. ed.; [11], 16-41, [3], 6 p.; 19 cm.; Half-title.; 6
Alden, Samuel.                                                pages of publisher's notices at end of book.
   The Rebelliard; or, Rebellion poem; an heroic                 Reel: 3, No. 49
poem in five cantos.
[Amherst, Mass., Storrs & M'Cloud]. [1869]                    Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 1836-1907.
assisted by Caleb Stetson.; 36 p.; 17 cm.                        Daisy's necklace: and what came of it. (A literary
   Reel: 3, No. 43                                            episode.).
                                                              New York, Derby & Jackson; Cincinnati, H.W.
Alden, Timothy, 1736-1828.                                    Derby & Co. 1857
   Lines by Rev. Timothy Alden of Yarmouth,                   225, 15 p.; 19 cm.; 15 pages of publisher's notices at
Massachusetts, written at the age of seventy three.           end of book.
[n.p.]. [1811?]                                                  Reel: 3, No. 50
Sundry pieces, written in 1811,; directed to his son at
Newark.; 5 l.; 21 cm.; Caption titles.                        Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 1836-1907.
   Reel: 1, No. 23                                               Out of his hand.
                                                              New York, Carleton. 1862
[Alden, Timothy] 1736-1828.                                   A romance. [Also, Paul Lynde's sketch book] Ed.;
    Upon the death of that aged, pious, sincere               [7], 12-226, [2] p.; 19 cm.; 2 pages of publisher's
Christian, John Alden, esq., late Magistrate of New-          notices at end of book.
Plimouth colony, who died September -? being about               Reel: 3, No. 51
eighty-nine years of age.
[n.p.] Reprinted for T.A. jun. 1806                           Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 1836-1907.
1 l.; 21 cm.                                                     Pampinea and other poems.
    Reel: 1, No. 24                                           New York, Rudd & Carleton. 1861
                                                              [1], vi, 9-72, [2] p.; 19 cm.
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 1836-1907.                               Reel: 4, No. 52
    The ballad of Babie Bell, and other poems.
New York, Rudd & Carleton. 1859                               Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 1836-1907.
vi, [2], 11-117 p.; Half-title.                                   Poems.
    Reel: 3, No. 44                                           New York, Carleton. 1863
                                                              [iii]-ix, [3], [13]-161 p.; front. (port.); 14.5 cm.
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 1836-1907.                                Reel: 4, No. 53
   The ballad of Babie Bell, and other poems.
New York, Rudd & Carleton. 1859                               Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 1836-1907.
2ed.; [3], vi-117 p.; port., plate.; Half-title.                 The poems of Thomas Bailey Aldrich.
   Reel: 3, No. 45                                            Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1865
                                                              x p., 1 p.; ., [13]-240 p.; 14.5 cm.; Half-title.
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 1836-1907.                               Reel: 4, No. 54
   The ballad of Baby Bell, and other poems.
New York, Rudd & Carleton. 1860                               Alessandro, Pietro d'.
3rd ed.; [3], vi-118, [4], 6 p.; 19 cm.; Half title.; 8          Monte Auburno, poemetto.
pages of publisher's notices at end of book.                  [Cambrigia, Nuova Inghilterra] State Uniti di
   Reel: 3, No. 46                                            America [Torchi di C. Folsom]. 1835
                                                              22 p.; 17 cm.
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 1836-1907.                               Reel: 2, No. 38
  The bells: a collection of chimes.
New York, J.C. Derby, etc. 1855                               Alexander, A.
144 p.                                                           The fall of Aztalan, and other poems.
   Reel: 3, No. 47                                            Washington, W.M. Morrison. 1839
                                                              79 p.
                                                                 Reel: 2, No. 39




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                                           American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                                 Author Index

[Alexander, James Lynne] 1800-1879.                        Alger, William Rounseville, 1822-1905.
   Wonders of the west; or, A Day at the falls of             Address at the funeral of Rev. Stephen Lovell,
Niagara, in 1825, a poem, by a Canadian [pseud.].          Oct. 3 1858.
[York, Canada, C. Fothergill]. 1825                        Boston, John Wilson & Son. 1858
46, [1] p.; 19 cm.                                         With an obituary notice of the same by Winslow
   Reel: 2, No. 40                                         Lewis.; 34 p.; 16 cm.; Half-title.
                                                              Reel: 4, No. 63
Alexander, John Henry.
   Catena dominica.                                        Alger, William Rounseville, 1822-1905.
Philadelphia Herman Hooker. 1855                               The poetry of the East.
[2], v, [1] 177 p.                                         Boston, Whittemore, Niles and Hall. 1856
   Reel: 4, No. 55                                         viii, 280, [4], 4 p.; front.; 18.5 cm.; 4 pages of
                                                           publisher's notices at end of book.
Alexander, John Henry.                                         Reel: 4, No. 64
   Catena dominica: A series of Sunday idyls.
New York, Anson D.F. Randolph. 1867                        Alger, William Rounseville, 1822-1905.
2d ed.; [2], v, [1], 177 p.                                    The poetry of the Orient.
   Reel: 4, No. 56                                         Boston, Roberts Brothers. 1865
                                                           xii, 337 p.
Alexander, O.C.                                                Reel: 4, No. 65
   Ino of the glen.
Albany, Joel Munsell. 1867                                 The Algerine slaves; a poem by a citizen of
A poem.; 22 p.                                             Newburyport.
   Reel: 4, No. 57                                         Newburyport, Printed by Angier March, Middle-
                                                           Street. 1798
Alexander, William.                                        [3], 178-189 p.; Foss, John. A journal of the captivity
   The poetical works; including his Christiad,            and sufferings of John Foss; several years a prisoner
dramas, and minor poems, with dissertations on             at Algiers... 2d ed. Newburyport, Printed by Angier
poetry, and a sketch of his life.                          March, Middle-Street [n.d.] p. 1-173.
Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & Co. 1847                      Reel: 1, No. 26
xiv, [2], 1-263 p.; port.
   Reel: 2, No. 41                                         Algernon, pseud.
                                                              Ideals and other poems.
Alford, L.A.                                               Philadelphia, H. Perkins. 1842
    The great atonement illustrated.                       102 p.; 20.5 cm.
Cincinnati, John Sherer. 1868                                 Reel: 2, No. 42
A poem, containing a plea of all the subsidiary
attributes of diety, before the grand council in           Alice, Georgina, pseud.
Heaven. The seven spirits of God. The seal of the              Wild Spring flowers.
eternal covenant.; 123 p.; 17.5 cm.                        [New York] Darmstadt: Gustavus George Lance.
    Reel: 4, No. 58                                        1852
                                                           iv, 24 p.; front., plates.; 22 cm.
Alford, L.A.                                                   Reel: 4, No. 66
   Masonic gem; consisting of odes, poem, and
dirge.                                                     Allan, Peter John, 1825-1848.
New York, Masonic publishing and manufacturing                The poetical remains of Peter John Allan with a
Co. 1868                                                   short biographical notice.
2d ed.; 48 p.; illus.; plates.                             London, Smith, Elder & Co. 1853
   Reel: 4, No. 59                                         Ed. by the Rev. Henry Christmas.; xxiv, 171 p.; 19.5
                                                           cm.; "Biographical notice of the author" by J.
Alger, Horatio, 1832-1899.                                 M'Grigor Allan.
    Bertha's Christmas vision: an autumn sheaf.               Reel: 5, No. 67
Boston, Brown, Bazin & Co. 1856
viii, 248 p.; front.; 18 cm.; Half-title.                  [Allard, Louis] 1777-1847.
    Reel: 4, No. 60                                           Les épares par un Louisianais [pseud.].
                                                           Paris, H. Bossange; Nouvelle Orléans, Leliévre. 1847
[Alger, Horatio] 1832-1899.                                2 p.l., viii, 388 p.; front.; 23 cm.
    Nothing to do; a tilt at our best society.                Reel: 2, No. 42.1
Boston, James French & Co. 1857
Illustrated.; [6], [7]-45 p.; plates.; Half-title.         Allen Crane, the gold seeker [and other stories and
    Reel: 4, No. 61                                        poems].
                                                           Troy, N.Y., Merriam, Moore & co. [1859?]
                                                           [62] p.; illus., incl. front.; 15 cm.; Title-vignette.;
                                                           Inscription on fly-leaf dated 1859.
                                                              Reel: 6, No. 83

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                                            Author Index

Allen, Alonzo G., 1811-1867.                               Allen, Elizabeth Ann (Chase) Akers, 1832-1911.
   Alonzo and Melissa.                                         Poems, by Elizabeth Akers (Florence Percy
Pomfret, VT. [n.d.]                                        [pseud.]).
8 p.; 16 cm.                                               Boston, Field, Osgood & Co. 1869
   Reel: 2, No. 43.1                                       vi, 251 p.; 14.5 cm.
                                                               Reel: 5, No. 72
[Allen, Alonzo G.] 1811-1867.
   Alonzo and Melissa, illustrating the changes of         Allen, Elizabeth Ann (Chase) Akers, 1832-1911.
fortune, and triumph of virtue.                                Poems, by Elizabeth Akers (Florence Percy
[Enfield, N.H., Printed by S. Howe]. c1844                 [pseud.]).
8 p.; 16 cm.                                               Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1866
   Reel: 2, No. 43                                         vi, 251 p.; 15 cm.
                                                               Reel: 5, No. 69
[Allen, Benjamin] 1789-1829.
   The death of Abdallah; an eastern tale founded on       Allen, Elizabeth Ann (Chase) Akers, 1832-1911.
the story of Abadallah and Sabat, in Buchanan's                Poems, by Elizabeth Akers (Florence Percy
Christian researches.                                      [psued.]).
New York, Published by W.B. Gilley, No. 92                 Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1867
Broadway; Gould and Van Pelt, printers. 1814               vi, 251 p.; 14.5 cm.
192 p.                                                         Reel: 5, No. 70
   Reel: 1, No. 29
                                                           Allen, Elizabeth Ann (Chase) Akers, 1832-1911.
[Allen, Benjamin] 1789-1829.                                   Poems, by Elizabeth Akers (Florence Percy
   Miscellaneous poems, on moral and religious             [psued.]).
subjects, by Osander.                                      Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1868
New York, Printed by J. Seymour, and sold by               vi, 251 p.; 17 cm.; Cover dated 1869.
Griffin and Rudd, agents for the publisher, 189                Reel: 5, No. 71
Greenwich St. 1812
180 p.; 15 cm.                                             Allen, Elizabeth Ann (Chase) Akers, 1832-1911.
   Reel: 1, No. 31                                            The silent harp; or, Fugitive poems.
                                                           Burlington, Vt., E. Smith. 1832
Allen, Charlotte.                                          119, [1] p.; 12; 19 cm.
    Poems.                                                    Reel: 3, No. 47
Boston, Saxton & Peirce. 1841
viii, 143 p.                                               Allen, Elizabeth Ann (Chase) Akers, 1832-1911.
    Reel: 2, No. 44                                           The silent harp; or, Fugitive poems.
                                                           impr. Lyons, W.F. Ashley. 1835
Allen, Charlotte.                                          2d ed.,; 5 p.l., 13-117, [1] p.; 18 cm.
   Poems.                                                     Reel: 3, No. 48
Boston, Saxton & Peirce. 1843
2d ed.; viii, 143 p.                                       Allen, Elizabeth Denny, 1815-1841.
   Reel: 2, No. 45                                            Memorials of the departed.
                                                           Lowell. 1842
Allen, Eleanor.                                            58 p.
   The siege of Agrigentum, a poem.                           Reel: 3, No. 49
Boston, Charles C. Little and James Brown. 1841
79 p.                                                      Allen, Esther C.
   Reel: 2, No. 46                                            Washington: a poem.
                                                           Brooklyn. 1861
Allen, Elizabeth Ann (Chase) Akers, 1832-1911.             15 p.
   The ballad of the Bronx.                                   Reel: 5, No. 73
[n.p.]. [n.d.]
14 p.                                                      [Allen, George] 1808-1876.
   Reel: 2, No. 46.1                                          The novena of nine Tuesdays in honor of St.
                                                           Antony of Padua.
Allen, Elizabeth Ann (Chase) Akers, 1832-1911.             Philadelphia, H. M'Grath. 1859
   Forest buds, from the woods of Maine.                   [3d ed.]; viii, 24 p.; 22 cm.; Half-title.
Boston, Brown, Bazin & Co. 1856                               Reel: 5, No. 74
By Florence Percy [pseud.]; 207 p.
   Reel: 5, No. 68                                         Allen, Hannah Brown.
                                                              A poetical geognosy.
                                                           Boston, Little & Brown. 1841
                                                           34 p.
                                                              Reel: 3, No. 50


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                                        American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                              Author Index

Allen, Jacob D.                                                Allen, Paul, 1775-1826.
   The musings of Uncle Jake, by Jacob D. Allen, the               Noah, a poem.
wandering bard.                                                Baltimore, Cushing & Jewett. 1821
London [Canada]. 1866                                          xi, [13]-103 p.; 16 cm.
208 p.; 18 cm.                                                     Reel: 3, No. 51
   Reel: 5, No. 75
                                                               Allen, Paul, 1775-1826.
Allen, Jacob D.                                                    Noah, a poem.
   Poems, by Jacob D. Allen, the Wandering bard.               Baltimore, Cushing & Jewett. 1821
London [Canada] Advertiser printing house. 1869                xi, [13]-103 p.; 14 cm.
240 p.; port. (inserted); 17 cm.; Author of "Uncle                 Reel: 3, No. 52
Jake".
   Reel: 5, No. 76                                             Allen, Paul, 1775-1826.
                                                                  Odes, performed at the anniversary election of the
[Allen, James] 1739-1806.                                      officers of the Providence association of mechanics
    The poem which the committee of the town of                and manufacturers, on Monday, April 14, 1800.
Boston had voted unanimously to be published with              [Providence]. [1800?]
the late oration, with observations relating thereto,          [25]-28 p.; 20 cm.
together with some very pertinent extracts from an                Reel: 1, No. 44
ingenious composition never yet published.
Boston, Printed and sold by E. Russell, at his                 Allen, W.G.
Printing-office, near M. Gardiner's in Marlborough                Wheatley, Banneker, and Horton, with selections
street. 1772                                                   from the poetical works of Wheatley and Horton.
30 p.; 22.5 cm.                                                Boston, Daniel Laring, Jr. 1849
    Reel: 1, No. 37                                            47 p.; 24 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 3, No. 53
Allen, Jonathan, 1749-1827.
   A poem on the existence of God.                             Allen, William, 1784-1868.
[n.p.]. 1772                                                      A book of Christian sonnets.
36 p.                                                          Northampton, Bridgman & Childs. 1860
   Reel: 1, No. 41                                             96 p.; 20 cm.; Errata slip inserted.
                                                                  Reel: 6, No. 79
Allen, Jonathan, 1749-1827.
   A poem, on the existence of God.                            Allen, William, 1784-1868.
Haverhill, Printed by Galen H. Fay, for the author.               Poems of Nazareth and the cross.
1803                                                           Northampton, Bridgman & Childs. 1866
An ode on creation. To which are added several                 60 p.; 19 cm.
hymns, and an eulogy on General George                            Reel: 6, No. 80
Washington...; 36 p.
   Reel: 1, No. 42                                             Allen, William, 1784-1868.
                                                                  Sacred songs.
[Allen, Joseph Antisell] 1814-1900.                            Northampton, Bridgman & Childs. 1867
   Day-dreams by a butterfly.                                  [3], 6-58 p.; music, pl.
Kingston, C.W., J.M. Creighton, printer. 1854                     Reel: 6, No. 81
In nine parts.; v, [2], [7]-156 p.; 19 cm.; "Errata" and
"addenda" tipped in.                                           Allen, William, 1784-1868.
   Reel: 5, No. 77                                                Wunnissoo; or, The value of Housatunnik, a
                                                               poem, with notes.
[Allen, Joseph Henry] 1820-1898.                               Boston, J.P. Jewett and Co. 1856
   Memoir of Hiram Withington, with selections                 237 p.; front. (port.) 20 cm.
from his sermons and correspondence.                              Reel: 6, No. 82
Boston, W. Crosby and H.P. Nichols. 1849
3 p.l., [3]-190 p.; 18.5 cm.                                   Allerton, Reuben German.
   Reel: 3, No. 50.1                                               Brook trout fishing.
                                                               New York, Perris & Brown. 1869
Allen, Julian.                                                 An account of a trip of the Oquossoc angling
   Autocrasy [!] in Poland and Russia; or, a                   association to northern Maine, in June 1869.; 59, [8]
description of Russian misrule in Poland, and an               p.; front., illus., pl.; 19 cm.; Top of front. cut off.
account of the surveillance of Russian spies at home               Reel: 6, No. 84
and abroad.
New York, John Wiley. 1854                                     Alline, Henry, 1748-1784.
Including the experience of an exile.; 200 p.; 19 cm.             Hymns and spiritual songs.
   Reel: 5, No. 78                                             Stonington-port, (Con.), Print by S. Trumbull. 1802
                                                               281 p.; 16 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 1, No. 47

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                                               Author Index

Allinson, William J.                                            Alsop, Richard, 1761-1815.
   Poems.                                                          The charms of fancy, a poem in four cantos with
Philadelphia, Claxton, Remsen and Haffelfinger.                 notes.
1873                                                            New York, D. Appleton,& Co. 1856
275 p.                                                          edited by Theodora Dwight.; [5], viii-xii, [3], 14-211,
   Reel: 6, No. 84.1                                            [2], 212-214 p.
                                                                   Reel: 6, No. 90
Allston, Washington, 1779-1843.
   Lectures on art, and poems.                                  Alsop, Richard, 1761-1815.
New York, Baker and Scribner. 1850                                 A poem; sacred to the memory of George
Ed. by Richard Dana, jr.; xi, 380 p.; 19.5 cm.                  Washington, late president of the United States, and
   Reel: 3, No. 54                                              Commander in Chief of the armies of the United
                                                                States.
Almy, Annie Whittier.                                           Hartford, Printed by Hudson and Goodwin. 1800
   Early poems.                                                 Adapted to the 22d of Feb. 1800 ...; 23 p.; 23 cm.
Boston, John M. Hewes. 1866                                        Reel: 1, No. 50
affectionately dedicated to her dear son, in the Far
West.; 56 p.; 15.5 cm.                                          [Alsop, Richard] 1761-1815.
   Reel: 6, No. 85                                                 The enchanted lake of the Fairy Morgana.
                                                                New York, Printed and publish by Isaac Riley and
Alpha delta phi.                                                Co., Lexitypographic office. 1806
   Report of the proceedings of the twenty-fifth                From the Orlando Inamorata of Francesco Berni.; vii,
anniversary of the brotherhood of Alpha Delta Phi,              67 p.; front.
held in New York, 24th and 25th June, 1857.                        Reel: 1, No. 51
New York, C. Scribner. 1858
Issued by the fraternity.; 59 p.; 22.5 cm.                      Alston, Philip William Whitmel, 1813-1847.
   Reel: 6, No. 86                                                 Sermons.
                                                                Philadelphia, Herman Hooker. 1854
Alpha delta phi. Miami chapter.                                 With a biographical notice and funeral sermon by the
   Report of the proceedings of the twenty-seventh              Rt. Rev. Jas. H. Otey.; 456, [4] p.; front. (port.); 24
anniversary of the brotherhood of Alpha delta phi,              cm.; 4 p. of advertishing matter at end.
held by the Miami chapter, at Miami university.                    Reel: 6, No. 91
Cincinnati, Bradley & Webb. 1860
Oxford, Ohio, July 5th, 1859...; 39 p.; "The Poem",             Ambler, A.I.
by Rev. Charles Elliott: pp. [29]-35.                              Jessie Reed, and other poems.
   Reel: 6, No. 87                                              Philadelphia, S.D. Burlock. 1867
                                                                [4], vii-108 p.; Half-title.
Alphabet A B C of objects.                                         Reel: 6, No. 92
New York, McLoughlin bros. [1850-1860]
27 p.; illus.; 19 cm.                                           Ambler, John Gardner.
   Reel: 6, No. 88                                                 Address of welcome to the members of the
                                                                American dental association at its 9th. annual
Alphabet ABC of objects.                                        meeting held at Saratoga, August 3rd., 1869.
New York, McLoughlin bros. [1850-1860]                          [n.p.]. 1869
9 p. illus.; 19 cm.                                             [3], 2-12 p.
   Reel: 3, No. 55                                                 Reel: 6, No. 93

Alphabet of country scenes.                                     Amelia, [pseud.].
New York, McLoughlin bros. [186-?]                                  Flowers that never fade; culled for their young
11 p.l.; col. illus.; 27 cm.; (Aunt Louisa's big picture        friends by Amelia and Annie [pseud.].
series); Cover title.; Text begins on verso of cover-           Boston, Walker, Wise & Co. 1864
title.                                                          118 p.
    Reel: 6, No. 89                                                 Reel: 6, No. 95

Alphabetical garland; an original poem.                         Amelia, pseud.
Providence, J.S. Horton. 1823                                       Flowers that never fade; culled for their young
By a young lady.; [16] p.; col. illus.; 11 cm.                  friends by Amelia and Annie [pseud.].
   Reel: 3, No. 56                                              Boston, Walker, Wise & Co. 1862
                                                                118 p.; Added t.-p., illus.
                                                                    Reel: 6, No. 94
                                                                America discovered; a poem by an American.
                                                                New York, John F. Trow. 1850
                                                                iv, [1], 6-283, [1] p.
                                                                    Reel: 3, No. 57

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                                              Author Index

America: a dramatic poem.                                       American Perry; a song.
New York, A.D.F. Randolph. 1863                                 Tune--Robinson Crusoe, or Abraham Newland.
110 p.; 10.5 cm.; Attributed by Sabin to John Torrey.           [October 6, 1813]
   Reel: 6, No. 96                                              broadside.
                                                                   Reel: 2, No. 62
American Anti-Slavery Society.
   Letter to Louis Kossuth concerning freedom and               American poems, selected and original.
slavery in the United States in behalf of the American          Litchfield, [Ct.] Printed by Collier and Buel. [1793]
anti-slavery society.                                           vol. 1 only.
Boston, R.F. Wallcut. 1852                                         Reel: 2, No. 63
112 p.; 24.5 cm.
   Reel: 6, No. 97                                              The American poetical miscellany; original and
                                                                selected.
The American Constitution frigate's engagement with             Philadelphia, Published by Robert Johnson, C. & A.
the British frigate Guerriere, which after an action of         Conrad & co. and Mathew Carey, Booksellers and
25 minutes, surrendered, and being completely                   Stationers. 1809
shattered, was blown up, it being impossible to get             304 p.
her into port.                                                     Reel: 2, No. 64
[n.p.]. [n.d.]
broadside.                                                      The American primer; or, An easy introduction to
   Reel: 2, No. 57                                              spelling & reading.
                                                                Philadelphia, Printed and sold by Mathew Carey, No.
The American hero.                                              122 Market-street. 1813
[n.p.]. [1775]                                                  4th improved ed.; 36 p.; illus.; 14 cm.; Publishers
[Made on the battle of Bunker-Hill, and the burning             address on cover: No. 121, Chestnut street.
of Charlestown.]; broadside.                                       Reel: 2, No. 66
   Reel: 2, No. 58
                                                                American Protestant Pub.
The American illustrated primer.                                   Ode on religious freedom.
New York, Published by J. Slater, 204 Chatham                   New York. 1847
Square. [n.d.]                                                  [Carriers' address]; 7 p.
24 p.; illus.; 19 cm.                                              Reel: 3, No. 59
   Reel: 2, No. 65
                                                                American sports for the amusement of children.
The American in Algiers; or, The patriot of seventy-            New York [n.p.]. [18--?]
six in captivity, a poem in two cantos.                         [8] p.; col. illus.; 17 cm.
New-York, Printed and sold by J. Buel, No. 153,                    Reel: 2, No. 68
Water-Street, corner of Fly-Market. 1797
36 p.; 19 cm.                                                   American Sunday School Union.
   Reel: 2, No. 59                                                 The sad history of James Parker.
                                                                Philadelphia, American Sunday school union. [185-?]
American Institute of Homoeapathy.                              12 leaves.; col. ill.; 17 cm.
   Festivities at Boston.                                          Reel: 6, No. 100
[Boston]. [1859]
The dinner and levee at Fanevil Hall, June 2, 1859.;            American Sunday School Union, pub.
19 pp.; 8.                                                         Bread from God.
   Reel: 6, No. 98                                              Philadelphia, Am. Sunday school union. [184?]
                                                                11 l. col. illus.; 23 cm.
American Institute of Instruction.                                 Reel: 3, No. 61
   The lectures delivered before the American
institute of instruction at Boston, Mass., August 21,           American Sunday School Union, pub.
1860.                                                              The cloud; or, look beyond it.
Boston, Ticknor & Fields. 1861                                  Philadelphia, American Sunday-school union. [1835]
lxxxii, [2], 155 p.; 20 cm.                                     Revised by the committee of publications of the
   Reel: 6, No. 99                                              American Sunday-school union.; 23 p. front.; 13 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 3, No. 60
American lady, pseud.
   Sketches of the lives of distinguished females.              American Sunday School Union, pub.
New York, Harper & Brothers. 1837                                  A day in Mary Carrow's school.
Written for girls...; xvi, 17-227 p. & 4 p. advertising,        Philadelphia. [c1848]
front.(port.); 16 cm.                                           48 p. front. illus. pl.; 14 cm.
   Reel: 3, No. 58                                                 Reel: 3, No. 62




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American Sunday School Union, pub.                             The American union, and the birth of Gen.
   The grace of meekness.                                      Washington.
Philadelphia, American Sunday-school Union. [184?]             [n.p.]. [1797?]
16 p.; 12 cm.                                                  broadside.
   Reel: 3, No. 63                                                Reel: 2, No. 71

American Sunday School Union, pub.                             Americana; or, A new tale of the genii: being an
   History of Henry Fairchild and Charles Trueman.             allegorical mask, in five acts.
Philadelphia, American Sunday School Union.                    Baltimore, Printed by W. Pechin, in Second-street,
[1827]                                                         between Gay & South-streets. 1802
Revised by the Committee of Publication.; 34, 2 p.             128 p.; 23.5 cm.
front.; 14 cm. (No. 146, v ser.).                                  Reel: 2, No. 72
   Reel: 3, No. 64
                                                               Ames, Jane.
American Sunday School Union, pub.                                Compositions, original and selected.
    Jenny Harper.                                              Boston, Printed by Lincoln & Edmands, No. 53
Philadelphia, American Sunday-School Union.                    Cornhill. 1808
[184?]                                                         Part second.; 106, [2] p.
Revised by the Committee of Publication...; cover                 Reel: 2, No. 77
title, 16 p., illus.; 11 cm.
    Reel: 3, No. 65                                            Ames, Nathan, d. 1865.
                                                                  Childe Harvard, a romance of Cambridge.
[American Sunday School Union, pub.].                          Boston, Redding & Co. 1851
   Poor Rover! [and other poems].                              By Senor Alguno [pseud.] New ed. And the bards of
[Philadelphia]. [184?]                                         Lind: to wit, Longfellow, Bryant, Whittier, Percival,
12 p. col. illus.; 20 cm.                                      Sprague, Halleck, Lowell, Dana, Holmes and Willis,
   Reel: 3, No. 66                                             collected and adapted to the music of the spheres,
                                                               with a soothing sonnet, and a prelude.; 186 p.; 19
American Sunday School Union, pub.                             cm.; At the head of the title: The baby and the bards.
   Simple rhymes for little children.                             Reel: 7, No. 101
Philadelphia, American Sunday school union. [1832]
Written for the American Sunday-school union, and              Ames, Nathan, d. 1865.
revised by the Committee of publication.; 17 p. illus.;           Childe Harvard; a romance of Cambridge, by
15 cm.                                                         Señor Alguno [pseud.].
   Reel: 3, No. 67                                             Boston. 1848
                                                               172 p.; 18.5 cm.
American taxation.                                                Reel: 4, No. 70
[n.p.]. [n.d.]
This song was written when the "Trump of War"                  Ames, Nathan, d. 1865.
sounded through this happy land; and although                      Pirates' glen and dungeon rock.
peculiarly applicable to that time, cannot but be              Boston, Redding & co. 1853
received with approbation at the present day.;                 viii, [11]-64, [2] p.; illus. (map); 15.5 cm.
broadside.                                                         Reel: 7, No. 102
   Reel: 2, No. 70
                                                               Ames, Nathaniel.
American taxation [and] The Primrose hill.                        An astronomical diary, or Almanack for the year
Hudson, Printed by Ashbel Stoddard. 1828                       of our Lord Christ [1760-1762].
8 p.; 16 cm.                                                   Boston, Printed and sold by John Draper, in Cornhill;
   Reel: 3, No. 68                                             Richard Draper in Newbury-Street; Green & Russell,
                                                               and Edes & Gill, in Queen-Street; and Thomas &
American taxation; a song of seventy-nine.                     John Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill.
Boston, Sold by Nathaniel Coverly, by the Gr[ ] or             [1759-1761]
Sing [ ] -- corner of Theatre Alley, Milk-street. [177-        3 v.
?]                                                                Reel: 3, No. 98
broadside.
   Reel: 2, No. 69                                             Amherst College. Class of 1869.
                                                                  Class day exercises, Wednewday, June 9, 1869,
American Tract Society.                                        Amherst college.
   Ten dialogues on the effects of ardent spirits.             Amherst, Mass., Snow, book & job printer. 1869
New York, American Tract Society. 1850                         48 p.; 23 cm.; Half-title.; Contains class day "Poem
32 p., illus.; 15 cm.                                          and Ode.".
   Reel: 3, No. 69                                                Reel: 7, No. 103




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Amusing trial, in which a Yankee lawyer rendered a           Andrews, H.P.
just verdict.                                                   The common school exhibition, containing the
New York, Published at the Office of the Youth's             May queen, and fairy queen and various other
cabinet. 1841                                                original pieces suitable for declamation and school
16 p.; illus.; 14 cm.                                        exhibitions.
   Reel: 4, No. 71                                           Boston, Fitz and Hobbs. 1849
                                                             165 p.; 18 cm.
Anacreon.                                                       Reel: 4, No. 75
   Selected odes of Anacreor.
Cambridge, Univ. Press, Hilliard and Metcalf. 1817           Andros, Richard Salter Storrs, 1817-1868.
Translated into English verse, from the Greek, as               Chocorua, and other sketches.
published in Dalzel's 'Collectanea minora.' by               Fall River, William Canfield & co.
William Biglow.; 18 p.                                       MDCCCXXXVIII
   Reel: 2, No. 79                                           88 p.
                                                                Reel: 4, No. 76
The Ancient banner; or, Brief sketches of persons and
scenes in the early history of Friends.                      Anecetus, pseud.
Philadelphia, Joseph Kite & Co., printers. 1846                 The walk.
18 p.; 15 cm.                                                Boston, The author. 1859
   Reel: 4, No. 72                                           32 p.; 22.5 cm.
                                                                Reel: 7, No. 107
Anderson, Joseph, 1836-1916.
   Two victories; a New England idyl.                        Angel love and other poems.
New York, William M. Franklin. 1867                          Worcester, Mass., Z. Baker & co. 1855
30 p.; 23 cm.                                                [4], 116 p.; 17 cm.
   Reel: 7, No. 104                                             Reel: 7, No. 108

Anderson, Leroy.                                             Angeline, Lady, pseud.
   Half an hour's amusement at York and                        The council of wisdom.
Jamestown; preparatory to a narrative of LaFayette's         [New York?]. [1856?]
return and reception in Virginia.                            (Wholly original); 24 p.; 20 cm.; Poetry and prose.
Richmond. 1824                                                 Reel: 7, No. 109
31 p.
   Reel: 4, No. 73                                           Anglo Ab-original sleighing song, in five canters,
                                                             written after Longfellow.
Anderson, Mary Eleanor (Roberts), 1840-1916.                 New Haven, T.J. Stafford, printer. 1856
   Scenes in the Hawaiian islands and California.            Air-Highwaythere. Dedicated to the Marshals and
New York, American tract society. [c1865]                    their neighbors.; 8 p. 22 cm.; Half-title.
238 p.; front., illus.; 18 cm.                                  Reel: 7, No. 110
   Reel: 7, No. 105
                                                             Anketell, John, b. 1750?.
Anderson, Thomas, supposed author.                              Poems on several subjects; to which are added,
   Superstitution detected, by a Connecticut                 The epistle of Yarico to Inkle.
brickmaker, to which is added The downfall of                Boston, Printed and sold by William Spotswood, no.
despotism by [Charles Mead].                                 55 Marlborough-street. 1795
Philadelphia. 1831                                           1 p.l., xiii, [1], 218 p.; 14 cm.; Story, Isaac. Epistle of
24 p.; 18 cm.                                                Yarico to Inkle, p. 205-218.
   Reel: 4, No. 74                                              Reel: 2, No. 82

Andre, John, 1751-1780.                                      The Anniversary ode of the Columbian reading
   Major Andre; [two poems].                                 society.
n.p. [1780]                                                  [n.p., Duane and Son Printers]. [1806]
Written while he was a prisoner in the American              7 p.
Camp.; broadside.                                               Reel: 2, No. 83
   Reel: 44, No. 1201
                                                             Anniversary ode of the Union Book Society.
Andrews, Edward Wigglesworth, d. 1825.                       [Washington City, Dinmore and Cooper, Printers].
   An address before the Washington benevolent               1808
society, in Newburyport, on the 22d. of Feb., 1816.          10 p., 1 l., 3 p.; An oration delivered on the
Newburyport, Published by William B. Allen & co.,            anniversary of the Union book society, Washington
No. 13 Cornhill. 1816                                        City: 3 p. at end.
Published by request of the society.; 15 p.; front.             Reel: 2, No. 85
(port.).
   Reel: 2, No. 81


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                                              Author Index

Annus mirabilis, a satire in three books.                      [Aplin, John].
University of Virginia, Printed by Wm. Tompkins.                  Verses on Doctor Mayhew's Book of observations
1834                                                           on the charter and conduct of the society for the
3 v.                                                           propagation of the Gospel in foreign parts, with
   Reel: 4, No. 77                                             notes, critical and explanatory, by a gentleman of
                                                               Rhode-Island Colony.
An Answer with advice to the author of the base                Providence, in New-England, Printed and sold by
quarto-pamphle (entitled The description and                   William Goddard, at the sign of Shakespeare's Head.
character of an assembly at the West.).                        1763
[n.p.] Sold at the printing-office in Back-Street.             19 p.
[1765?]                                                           Reel: 2, No. 89
12 p.; 18.7 cm.; Dedication signed: Z.B.; Bound with:
The officers ball; a new dialogue. Ball-Town. [1765].          An Appeal for the influence of woman in behalf of
   Reel: 2, No. 87                                             the cause of temperance, by one of its friends.
                                                               Portland, Brown Thurston. 1861
Anthem to be sung by the Charity scholars, on                  34, [1] p.
Sunday, the 22d of November, at St. Paul's Church,                Reel: 7, No. 112
after the charity sermon for the benefit of the school.
[New York]. [1789]                                             Aquillpen.
broadside.                                                        Strigilis, a rhyme of the railer.
   Reel: 2, No. 88                                             Newburyport, E.D. Green. 1852
                                                               [3], 6-15 p.; 17 cm.
Anthony, Henry Bowen, 1815-1884.                                  Reel: 7, No. 114
   The fancy ball, a sketch.
Savannah. 1837                                                 Archer, M.A., Mrs.
[1] ed.,; [3]-12 p.; 20 cm.                                       Echoes.
   Reel: 4, No. 79                                             Hartford, Press of Case, Lockwood & co. 1867
                                                               204 p.; ports.; 20 cm.
Anthony, Henry Bowen, 1815-1884.                                  Reel: 7, No. 115
   The fancy ball, a sketch.
Savannah. 1837                                                 Archibald, A.K.
[3]-12 p.; 18 cm.                                                  Poems.
   Reel: 4, No. 80                                             Boston, T. Wiley, jr. 1848
                                                               iv, [5]-200, viii p.; 18 cm.
Anthony, Henry Bowen, 1815-1884.                                   Reel: 4, No. 83
   The fancy ball, a sketch.
Savannah. 1837                                                 The Arctic queen.
[3]-12 p.; 20 cm.                                              [n.p.]. [185-?]
   Reel: 4, No. 81                                             62 p.; 19.5 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 4, No. 83.1
[Anthony, Henry Bowen] 1815-1884.
   The Dorriad [pt. 2 and 3] and The great Slocum              Arey, Harriet Ellen Grannis, b. 1819.
dinner; with introductory remarks and annotations.                Household songs, and other poems.
Providence, S. S. Rider & brother. 1870                        New York, J.C. Derby, etc. 1855
53 p.; 20 cm.; "The Dorriad [pt. 1] was first published        [v], viii-254 p.; 19 cm.; Half-title.
in Boston, 1842. [The great Slocum dinner] was                    Reel: 7, No. 116
written by Samuel Ames ... George Rivers ... Thomas
A. Jenckes ... William P. Blodget and Henry B.                 Aristocracy.
Anthony."-Introd.                                              Philadelphia, Printed for the Editor. 1795
   Reel: 7, No. 111                                            An epic poem...; 2 v.; Book first is dated January 5th,
                                                               1795; Book second March 26th, 1795.
[Anthony, Henry Bowen] 1815-1884.                                 Reel: 2, No. 90-91
   The Dorriad [pt.1] or, The hero of two flights.
Boston, J. Jones. 1842                                         The Aristocrat, and trades union advocate: a
12 p.; 19 cm.                                                  colloquial poem.
   Reel: 4, No. 78                                             Boston, Leonard W. Kimball. 1834 [c1834]
                                                               by a working woman of Boston.; xiv, [1], 16-35, [1]
The Anti-slavery alphabet.                                     p.
Philadelphia. 1847                                                Reel: 4, No. 84
16 p.; 17 cm.
   Reel: 4, No. 82                                             The Arm chair.
                                                               Philadelphia. 1843
                                                               2d ed.; 24 p.; 20.5 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 4, No. 86


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The Arm chair.                                                    The Art of love, with a remedy for love: translated
[Philadelphia]. [1843?]                                           from the French.
24 p.; 20 cm.                                                     Philadelphia. 1839
   Reel: 4, No. 87                                                viii, [1], 10-144 p.; 3 pl.
                                                                      Reel: 4, No. 88
Armenian popular songs translated into English.
Venice, S. Lazarus. 1867                                          The Art of pleading, in imitation of part of Horace's
2d ed.; 83, [2] p.; 22 cm.; English and Armenian text.            Art of poetry.
   Reel: 7, No. 117                                               New-York, Printed and sold by James Parker, at the
                                                                  new printing-office, in Beaver-Street. 1751
Arms, Mary L. (Day), b. 1836.                                     16 p.; 18.6 cm.
   Incidents in the life of a blind girl.                            Reel: 2, No. 94
Baltimore, J. Young. [c1859]
Mary L. Day, a graduate of the Maryland institution               Arthur, Timothy S[hay] 1809-1885.
for the blind. 5th ed.; iv, [5]-206 p.; front. (port.); 18            Words of cheer for the tempted, the toiling, and
cm.                                                               the sorrowing.
   Reel: 7, No. 118                                               Philadelphia, T. Bliss & co. [c1869]
                                                                  1 p.l., vi, 7-300 p.; front., plates.; 18.5 cm.; Added
Arnell, David Reeve.                                              t.p., engr.
   Fruit of western life; or, Blanche, and other                      Reel: 9, No. 135
poems.
New York, J.C. Riker. 1847                                        Arthur, Timothy Shay, 1809-1885.
215, [1] p.; 20 cm.                                                  Blind Nelly's boy, and other stories.
   Reel: 4, No. 85                                                Philadelphia, Perkinpine & Higgins. [c1867]
                                                                  192 p.; front., pl.; 17 cm.
Arnold, George, 1834-1865.                                           Reel: 8, No. 124
    Drift: a sea-shore idyl, and other poems.
Boston, Ticknor & Fields. 1866                                    Arthur, Timothy Shay, 1809-1885.
177 p.; front. (port.); 17 cm.; Edited, with a memoir                Fireside angel, and other stories.
of the author, by William Winter.                                 Boston, D. Lothrop & co. [1869]
    Reel: 8, No. 119                                              198 p. [30] p.; illus., front., pl.; 17 cm.; 30 pages of
                                                                  publisher's notices at end of book.
Arnold, George, 1834-1865.                                           Reel: 8, No. 125-126
    Poems grave and gay.
Boston, Ticknor & Fields. 1867                                    Arthur, Timothy Shay, 1809-1885.
vi, [7]-214 p.; 17 cm.                                               Friends and neighbours; or, Two ways of living in
    Reel: 8, No. 120                                              the world.
                                                                  Philadelphia, H.C. Peck & T. Bliss. 1856
Arnold, Harriet Stone (Frizell), b. 1826.                         300, 4 p.; front.; 19 cm.; 4 pages of publisher's
   Birthday gift: consisting of original poems and                notices at end of book.
original and selected prose.                                         Reel: 8, No. 127
Dedham, H.A. Mann. 1853
128 p.                                                            Arthur, Timothy Shay, 1809-1885.
   Reel: 8, No. 121                                                  Friends and neighbours; or, Two ways of living in
                                                                  the world.
Arnold, Samuel Greene, 1821-1880.                                 Philadelphia, H.C. Peck & T. Bliss. 1860
   Greene- Staples- Persons.                                      [2], 300, 4 p.; front.; 19 cm.; Half-title.; 4 pages of
Providence, Hammond, Angell & co., printers. 1869                 publisher's notices at end of book.
An address delivered before the Rhode Island                         Reel: 8, No. 128
historical society, on the evening of June 1st, 1869,
Pub. by request of the society.; 22 p.; 24 cm.                    Arthur, Timothy Shay, 1809-1885.
   Reel: 8, No. 122                                                   Golden grains from life's harvest field.
                                                                  Philadelphia, J. W. Bradley. 1850
Arrington, Alfred W, 1810-1867.                                   vi, 7-240 p.; front.; 19 cm.
   Poems.                                                             Reel: 4, No. 89
Chicago, E.B. Meyers. 1869
with a sketch of his character, and a memoir.; [2],               Arthur, Timothy Shay, 1809-1885.
226, [4] p.; 18 cm.; 4 pages of publisher's notices at               Golden grains from life's harvest field.
end of book.                                                      Philadelphia, J.W. Bradley. 1851
   Reel: 8, No. 123                                               240 p.; front.; 19 cm.
                                                                     Reel: 8, No. 129




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Arthur, Timothy Shay, 1809-1885.                                   Ascher, Isidore Gordon, 1835-1914.
    The Mother's rule; or, The right way and the                      Voices from the hearth: a collection of verses.
wrong way.                                                         Montreal, John Lovell, New York, D. Appleton & co.
Philadelphia, H.C Peck & T. Bliss. 1856                            1863
300, 4 p.; illus.; 19 cm.; 4 pages of publisher's notices          [6], 9-168 p.; 19 cm.
at end of book.                                                       Reel: 9, No. 138
    Reel: 9, No. 130
                                                                   The Aspect of the times: a political poem, and other
Arthur, Timothy Shay, 1809-1885.                                   pieces, by a native of Newark.
    The Mother's rule; or, The right way and the                   Newark, Hull & Bartlett. 1831
wrong way.                                                         70, [5] p.
Philadelphia, H.C. Peck & T. Bliss. 1859                              Reel: 5, No. 93
vi, 7-300, 4 p.; front.; 18.5 cm.; 4 pages of publisher's
notices at end of book.                                            Astrop, Robert Francis.
    Reel: 9, No. 131                                                  Original poems on a variety of subjects
                                                                   interspersed with tales.
Arthur, Timothy Shay, 1809-1885.                                   Philadelphia, E.L. Carey & H. Hart. 1835
   Our little Harry, and other poems and stories.                  132 p.; 18 cm.
Philadelphia, Lippincott, Grambo & co. 1854                           Reel: 4, No. 92
152 p.; front., plates.; 16 cm.
   Reel: 9, No. 132                                                Atherton, Henry Brydge, 1835-1906.
                                                                      A poem delivered before a convention of the
Arthur, Timothy Shay, 1809-1885.                                   grand chapter of the Zeta Psi fraternity held with the
    Riches have wings; or, A tale for the rich and                 Psi chapter of Dartmouth college, July 31, 1860.
poor.                                                              Concord, McFarland & Jenks. 1861
New York, Baker & Scribner. 1849                                   15 p.; Half-title.
iv, [5]-192 p.; 16 cm.                                                Reel: 10, No. 139
    Reel: 4, No. 90
                                                                   Atkinson, Mary Ellen.
Arthur, Timothy Shay, 1809-1885.                                      On the Mountain.
    The string of pearls for boys and girls.                       Philadelphia, Thomas William Stuckey. 1874
Auburn & Buffalo, Miller, Orton and Mulligan. 1854                 A poem.; 16, [2] p.; 2 pages of publisher's notices at
[3], vi-288, [2] p.; illus., pl.; 17 cm.; At head of title:        end of book.
third thousand.; 2 pages of publisher's notices at end.               Reel: 10, No. 141
    Reel: 9, No. 134
                                                                   Atlee, Edwin Augustus, 1776-1852.
Arthur, Timothy Shay, 1809-1885.                                      Essays at poetry, or A collection of fugitive
   The string of pearls for boys and girls.                        pieces; with the life of Eugenius Laude Watts.
Auburn, Derby & Miller; Buffalo, Derby, Orton &                    Philadelphia, T.S. Manning, printer. 1828
Mulligan. 1853                                                     1 p.l., [v]-xii, [13]-152, [4] p.; 19 cm.
By T.S. Arthur and F.C. Woodworth.; 1 p.l., [v]-xii,                  Reel: 5, No. 94
[13]-288 p.; illus., incl. front.; 18 cm.; Prose and
poetry.                                                            Atson, William.
   Reel: 9, No. 133                                                   Heart whispers; or, A peep behind the family
                                                                   curtain, interspersed with sketches of a tour through
Arthur, Timothy Shay, 1809-1885.                                   nine southern states.
   Wreaths of friendship: a gift for the young.                    Philadelphia, H. Cowperthwait & co. 1859
New York, Baker & Scribner. 1849                                   Contained in a series of letters to his wife. By
2 p.l., [vii]-xii, 13-240 p.; illus., front.; 19 cm.               William Atson ...; xvi p., 1 p.l., 27-368 p. 18.5 cm.;
   Reel: 4, No. 91                                                 "Extracts from 'A book of thoughts and talk'. By
                                                                   William Atson": p. 333-368.
Arthur, Timothy Shay, 1809-1885.                                      Reel: 10, No. 142
   Wreaths of friendship: a gift for the young.
New York, T.R. Dawley. [c1864]                                     An Attempt to vindicate the American character,
[3], viii-240 p.                                                   being principally a reply to the intemperate
   Reel: 9, No. 136                                                animadversions of Thomas More, Esq.
                                                                   Philadelphia, Published by Benjamin Johnson, T. L.
Arthur, Timothy Shay, 1809-1885.                                   Plowman, printer. 1806
   Wreaths of friendship; a gift for the young.                    43 p.; 22 cm.
New York, T. O'Kane. 1870                                             Reel: 3, No. 99
[3], viii-240 p.; illus.; front.; 17.5 cm.
   Reel: 9, No. 137




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Auctor, Incertus, pseud.                                         Aunt Mary, pseud.
   Characters and characteristics of Middlebury                     The Edinburgh doll, and other tales for children.
college.                                                         Boston, J.P. Jewett & co.,etc. 1854
Middlebury. 1837                                                 32 p.; illus.; 22 cm.; Poetry and prose.; Text within
22 p.; 14 cm.                                                    line borders.
   Reel: 5, No. 95                                                  Reel: 10, No. 148
[Augustin, John Alcée] 1838-1888.                                Aunt Mary, pseud.
   War flowers, reminiscences of four years'                        Poems for little folks.
campaigning.                                                     Boston, Phillips & Sampson. [c1841]
[New Orleans? Hinton, printer]. [c1865]                          72 p.; illus., front.; 12 cm.; (Aunt Mary's library for
Respectfully dedicated to the ladies of New Orleans,             young children v. 2).
by F.B.; 103, [1] p.; 18 cm.; Variant end papers.                   Reel: 5, No. 97
   Reel: 10, No. 143
                                                                 Aunt Mary, pseud.
Auld, Jedediah Blakeney.                                            The pretty alphabet.
   A poetical essay on the first good and the first fair,        Boston, T.H. Carter. [185-?]
with salutatory addresses.                                       16 p.l.; front., col. illus.; 11 cm.; (Aunt Mary's library
New York, Published by the class. 1835                           for little folks, v. 4).
16 p.; 21.5 cm.                                                     Reel: 5, No. 97.1
   Reel: 5, No. 96
                                                                 Aunt Mary, pseud.
"Aunt Fanny's" daughter, pseud.                                    The rose.
   ...Funny little socks, being the fourth book of the           New York, Sheldon, Blakeman & co. 1856
series.                                                          With illustrations,; [5], 8-95 p.; front.,pl.; 15 cm.
New York, Leavitt & Allen. 1863                                    Reel: 10, No. 149
122 p.; front.; pl.; 16 cm.
   Reel: 10, No. 144                                             Aunt Mary, pseud.
                                                                    The Tulip, with illustrations.
Aunt Lely's picture alphabet.                                    New York, Sheldon & co. 1859
New York, McLoughlin Bros. [18--?]                               [5], 8-96 p.; front., pl.; 17 cm.
[30] p.; 17 cm.                                                     Reel: 10, No. 150
   Reel: 3, No. 101
                                                                 Aunt Mary, pseud.
Aunt Louisa's London gift book, comprising Nursery                  The violets, with illustrations.
songs, Edith and Milly's housekeeping, Life of a doll            New York, Sheldon and co. [c1853]
[and] John Gilpin: with twenty-four pages of                     [5], 8-96 p.; illus.
illustrations, printed in colours by Kronheim.                      Reel: 10, No. 150.1
London, F. Warne and Co.; New York, Scribner and
Co. 1868                                                         Aunt Susan, pseud.
    Reel: 10, No. 145                                               Little Susy's six birthdays.
                                                                 New York, A.D.F. Randolph & co. 1869
Aunt Mary, pseud.                                                First [and second] series.; [5], 8-96 p.; illus.; 15 cm.;
   Aunt Mary's multiplication.                                   Second series has separate title page.
Providence, Weeden and Peck. [185-?]                                Reel: 10, No. 151
[16] p.; illus.; 16 cm.
   Reel: 5, No. 96.1                                             Aunt Winnie.
                                                                    The little lost Kitty.
Aunt Mary, pseud.                                                Boston, American tract society. [c1862]
   Aunt Mary's nursery rhymes.                                   32 p.; 13.5 cm.
New York, Sheldon & Co. [186-?]                                     Reel: 10, No. 152
[16] p.; col.; illus.; 18 cm.
   Reel: 10, No. 146                                             Austin, C.H.
                                                                    The impending crisis: or, Our present position and
Aunt Mary, pseud.                                                prospects as a nation considered.
   The daisy.                                                    Utica, N.Y., Curtiss & White. 1865
New York, Sheldon, Blakeman & co. 1856                           20 p.; 23 cm.; Includes two poems: "The irrepressible
With illustrations,; [3], 8-94, [1] p.; 1 page of                conflict", and "Ironical ode".
publisher's notices at end of book.                                 Reel: 10, No. 153
   Reel: 10, No. 147




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[Austin, David] 1760-1831.                                     Avery, Samuel Putnam, 1822-1904.
    The dance of Herodias, through the streets of                  The book of 1000 comical stories; an endless
Hartford, on election day, to the tune of The stars of         repast of fun.
heaven, in the dragon's tail; or, A gentle trip at the         New York, Dick & Fitzgerald. 1859
heels of the strumpet of Babylon, playing tricks in the        Appropriately illustrated with 250 comic engravings.
attire of the daughters of Zion.                               By the author of "Mrs. Partington's carpetbag of
[East Windsor, Ct.] Printed for the author [by Luther          fun."; 120, vii, [8]-156, [10] p.; illus.; 18.5 cm.;
Pratt]. 1799                                                   "Laughing gas: an encyclopedia of wit, wisdom and
48 p.; 19 cm.                                                  wind": p. 156 at end.; 10 pages of publisher's notices
    Reel: 3, No. 102                                           at end of book.
                                                                   Reel: 10, No. 157
Austin, J.J.
   The golden age to come: or, The victory of faith,           Avery, Samuel Putnam, 1822-1904.
and hope, and love.                                                The harp of a thousand strings; or, Laughter for a
Boston, A. Tompkins. 1854                                      lifetime.
A sacred drama, written for the people.; 124 p.; 12.           New York, Dick & Fitzgerald. [c1858]
   Reel: 10, No. 154                                           Konceived, comp., and konically konkokted by
                                                               Spavery [pseud.] ... aided, added, and abetted by over
Austin, Samuel, 1760-1830.                                     200 kurious kutz, from original designs... The whole
   A funeral oration, on Mr. David Ripley of                   engraved by S.P. Avery.; 368, 6, [9] p.; illus., front.;
Windham, a junior sophister in Yale-College, who               20 cm.; Preface signed: S.P.A.; 15 pages of
died June 11th, 1782.                                          publisher's notices at end.
New Haven, Printed by Thomas and Samuel Green.                     Reel: 11, No. 159
1783
Aetat. 22. Pronounced in the College Chapel July               Avery, Samuel Putnam, 1822-1904.
11th, 1782.; 12 p.                                               Mrs. Partington's carpet-bag of fun.
   Reel: 3, No. 104                                            New York, Garrett & co. 1855
                                                               With 150 engravings...; 300, [12] p.; illus.; 17.5 cm.
Avery, David, 1787-1875.                                         Reel: 11, No. 160
   A poem on the origin and suppression of the late
rebellion.                                                     [Avery, Samuel Putnam] 1822-1904.
Williamantic [Ct.] Weaver & Curtiss, printers. 1865               The hardshell Baptist strikes ile.
24 p.; 19 cm.                                                  New York, J.C. Haney & co. 1865
   Reel: 10, No. 155                                           By the author of "Harps of a thousand strings."; 35,
                                                               [2] p.; illus.; 18 cm.; 2 pages of publisher's notices at
Avery, David, 1787-1875.                                       end of book.
   A poetical address on temperance.                              Reel: 10, No. 158
Pawtucket, R.I., A.W. Pearce, Printer. 1855
[5], 8-47 p.; 19 cm.                                           Ayres, D.
   Reel: 10, No. 156                                              The warning; or, The birth, youth, manhood, and
                                                               danger of the nation.
Avery, R.J., Mrs.                                              Rochester, N.Y., Daily Democrat steam printing
    Wood notes wild.                                           house. 1868
Nashville, Cameron & Fall. 1843                                16 p.; 22.5 cm.
iv, [5]-204 p.; 18.5 cm.                                          Reel: 11, No. 161
    Reel: 5, No. 98
                                                               Ayres, Ellis.
Avery, Rufus, 1758-1842.                                          Washington Rock, a poem.
   Narrative of Jonathan Rathbun, with accurate                Plainfield, N.J., Printed by the order of the
accounts of the capture of Groton fort, the massacre           Washington monument and historical association of
that followed, and the sacking and burning of New              Plainfield, N.J. [1867?]
London.                                                        [5], 4-8 p.; 15 cm.
[n.p.]. [n.d.]                                                    Reel: 11, No. 162
80 p.
   Reel: 5, No. 99                                             Ayres, Jared Augustus, 1814-1886.
                                                                 The legends of Montauk.
                                                               Hartford, E. Hunt. 1849
                                                               With an historical appendix.; [3]-127 p.; 23 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 5, No. 100




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Ayres, Jared Augustus, 1814-1886.                            Bacon, Ezekiel, 1776-1870.
  The legends of Montauk.                                      AEgri somnia.
New York, G.P. Putnam. 1849                                  New York, J. Allen. 1843
With an historical appendix.; 3 p.l., [9]-127 p.; 23         Recreations of a sickroom.; xii, [13]-124 p.; 20 cm.
cm.                                                            Reel: 5, No. 107
  Reel: 5, No. 101
                                                             Bacon, Ezekiel, 1776-1870.
Babcock, Daniel Hutchinson, 1810-1873.                          AEgri somnia: recreation of a sick room.
   Scenes of the past: a collection of poems on              New York, John Allen. 1843
various subjects.                                            107 p.
Boston. 1844                                                    Reel: 5, No. 108
[3], 4-72 p.
   Reel: 5, No. 102                                          Bacon, Ezekiel, 1776-1870.
                                                                A lecture delivered before the Young men's
Babcock, Daniel Hutchinson, 1810-1873.                       association of the city of Utica, December 15, 1843.
   Scenes of the past: a collection of poems on              Utica, N. Y., R. W. Roberts. 1844
various subjects, with an essay on poetry.                   48 p.; 22.5 cm.
Andover, Printed by J.D. Flagg and W. H. Wardwell.              Reel: 5, No. 109
1850
Vol. II.; 143, [1] p.                                        Bacon, Ezekiel, 1776-1870.
   Reel: 5, No. 103                                             Odes and hymns written and designed for the
                                                             Berkshire jubilee.
[Babcock, Giles].                                            Utica, New York. 1844
   Poems delivered before the 26th annual                    12 p.; 19 cm.
convention of the Chi Psi Fraternity, held at                   Reel: 5, No. 110
Providence, 7 September, 1866.
Providence, Knowles, Anthony & co. 1866                      Bacon, Ezekiel, 1776-1870.
[7], 8-15 p.                                                    Recollections of fifty years since; with glances at
   Reel: 11, No. 163                                         the present aspects, and future portents of the age and
                                                             times. A lecture delivered before the Young men's
Babcock, James Staunton, 1815-1847.                          association of the city of Utica, February 2, 1843.
    Visions and voices; with a biographical sketch of        Utica, N. Y., R.W. Roberts, printer. 1843
the author.                                                  43 p.; 23 cm.
Hartford, Published by Edwin Hunt. 1849                         Reel: 5, No. 111
vi, [2], 240 p.; port.
    Reel: 5, No. 104                                         Bacon, Ezekiel, 1776-1870.
                                                                Vacant hours; a sequel to "Recreations of a sick
Babcock, John Martin Luther, 1822-1894.                      room.".
   The spirit of peace: a poem pronounced at the 31st        Utica, N.Y., R.W. Roberts, printer. 1845
anniversary of the Mechanic apprentices' library             [5], 6-57, [4] p.
association, Feb. 22, 1851.                                     Reel: 5, No. 112
Boston, The Association. 1851
15 p.; Containing a history of the association.              [Bacon, Ezekiel] 1776-1870.
   Reel: 11, No. 164                                            AEgri somnia: recreations of a sick room.
                                                             Utica [N.Y.] R. Northway, printer. 1842
The Babes in the wood; containing a new story of             45 p.
their adventures.                                               Reel: 5, No. 106
Philadelphia, C.G. Henderson & co. 1854
By a lady.; [3], 6-63, 16 p.; 14 cm.; 16 pages of            Bacon, L.(W.), Rev., 1802-1881.
publisher's notices at end of book.                             A hymn and its author - Augustus D.
   Reel: 11, No. 165                                         Hillhouse. 1860
                                                             [557]-572 p.; Cover-title.
[Bacon, Eliza Ann (Munroe)].                                    Reel: 11, No. 167
  The fruit of the spirit; or, The Christian graces.
Boston, A. Tompkins. 1842                                    Bacon, Leonard, 1802-1881.
By a lady.; 151 p.; 16 cm.                                       An address before the New England society of the
   Reel: 5, No. 105                                          city of New York on Forefather's Day, Dec. 22, 1838.
                                                             New York, Ezra Collier. 1839
Bacon, Elizabeth N. (Lockerby).                              47 p.; 21 cm.
    The wild brier; or, Lays by an untaught minstrel.            Reel: 6, No. 113
Charlottetown, P.E.I., G. Bremner. 1866
x, 196, [3] p.; 17.5 cm.; Half-title.
    Reel: 11, No. 166



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                                          American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                                Author Index

Bacon, William Thompson, 1812-1881.                               Bahn, Rachel.
   Poems.                                                            Poems.
Boston, Weeks, Jordan & co. 1837                                  York, Pa., H.C. Adams & Co. 1869
iv p., 2 p.l., [13]-134 p.; 19.5 cm.                              [2], v-200 p.; Contains ten poems in Pennsylvania
   Reel: 6, No. 114                                               Dutch.
                                                                     Reel: 11, No. 172
Bacon, William Thompson, 1812-1881.
   Poems.                                                         Bailey, Ebenezer, 1795-1839.
Boston, Weeks, Jordan and co. 1840                                   Triumphs of liberty; the prize ode, recited by Mr.
3d ed.; 214, [1] p.; 19 cm.                                       Finn, at the Boston theatre, on the anniversary of
   Reel: 6, No. 116                                               Washington's birthday, 22 Feb. 1825.
                                                                  Boston, Cummings, Hilliard & co. 1825
Bacon, William Thompson, 1812-1881.                               [3], 4-8 p.
    Poems.                                                           Reel: 6, No. 118
Cambridge, G. Nichols. 1848
x, 275 p.                                                         Bailey, Henry Mercer.
    Reel: 6, No. 117                                                 Even-tide pencilings.
                                                                  Hartford, F.A. Brown. 1853
Bacon, William Thompson, 1812-1881.                               96 p.; 29 cm.
   Poems.                                                            Reel: 11, No. 173
New Haven, Benjamin & William Noyes. 1839
214 p.                                                            Bailey, John Jay, b. 1833.
   Reel: 6, No. 115                                                  The way of life: a moral and allegorical fairy
                                                                  spectacle in ten scenes.
Badger, Catherine Naomi.                                          [St. Louis, Missouri Democrat book and job office].
    The teacher's last lesson: a memoir of Martha                 [1867]
Whiting, late of the Charleston female seminary.                  20 p.; 17 cm.
Boston, Gould and Lincoln. 1855                                      Reel: 11, No. 174
Consisting chiefly of extracts from her journal,
interspersed with reminiscences and suggestive                    Bailey, John Jay, b.1833.
reflections.; 284, [4] p.; front. (port.) plates.; 20 cm.;           Waldimar: a tragedy.
Poetic contributions from former members of the                   New York, 1834 [c1831]. 1834 [c1831]
Charlestown female seminary, in appendix.; 4 pages                [7], 8-124, [3], 2-6 p.
of publisher's notices at end of book.                               Reel: 6, No. 119
    Reel: 11, No. 168
                                                                  [Baird, Henry Carey] 1825-1912.
Badger, William Whittlesey.                                           Washington and Jackson on Negro soldiers.
   Washington, or, A vision of liberty: a poem                    Philadelphia, Printed for gratuitous distribution.
delivered before the Genesee Lyceum, at Lima, N.Y.,               [1863]
on the occasion of their annual celebration of                    Gen. Banks on the bravery of Negro troops. Poem--
Washington's birthday, February 22, 1855.                         The Second Louisiana, by George H. Boker.; [2], 8
Lima,N.Y. S.M. Raymond Gazette Office. 1855                       p.; 23 cm.; Articles by Gen. Banks and George H.
24 p.; 21 cm.                                                     Boker on second and third pages of cover. Poem on
   Reel: 11, No. 169                                              p. 8.
                                                                      Reel: 11, No. 175
[Badgley, Johnathan] fl. 1837-1876.
   Extracts from a few scattered leaves of the                    Baker, Abraham.
panorama of liberty, democracy and slavery; their                    Our country in peace and war: in poetical
champions and attendants.                                         sketches, historical and biographical; with
Utica, N.Y., Printed for the author. 1861                         miscellaneous poems.
An allegory. By a "smallfisted farmer."; 76 p.; 20 cm.            Cincinnati. 1866
   Reel: 11, No. 170                                              [4], 7-72 p.; front. (port.); 19 cm.; Includes a poem
                                                                  about Abraham Lincoln, p. 54-57.
Bags, John Dryden.                                                   Reel: 11, No. 176
  The fugitive: an epic poem in one canto.
Boston, Fetridge & Co. 1854                                       Baker, Delphine Paris.
By P. Virgilius Maro. Translated by John Dryden                      Choice selections from Wah-ha-hah; or, The fated
Bags ... with notes and explanations.; 44, [3] p.; 19             chief of the forest: a thrilling tale of Indian life.
cm.; 3 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.               Jackson, Mich., T.F. & G.S. Bouton. 1859
  Reel: 11, No. 171                                               24 p.
                                                                     Reel: 11, No. 177




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                                              Author Index

Baker, George Melville, 1832-1890.                             [Baker, Sarah Schoonmaker (Tuthill)].
   "A little learning"; poem delivered before the                 Smiles and frowns for good and bad little
Concordia literary association.                                children.
Boston, Published for the association by Smith &               Philadelphia, Willis P. Hazard. 1852
Porter. 1869                                                   128, [24] p.; illus., plates.
23 p.; 18 cm.; Half-title.; Printed on one side of leaf           Reel: 12, No. 184
only.
   Reel: 11, No. 178                                           Baker, Sarah Schoonmaker (Tuthill), 1824-1906.
                                                                 The Christian year for children.
Baker, George Melville, 1832-1890.                             New York, Stanford and Swords. 1850 [c1849]
    An old man's prayer.                                       [Anon]; 144 p.; 1 pl.
Boston, Lee and Shepard. 1868                                    Reel: 6, No. 123
Illustrated by Hammatt Billings.; [8], 11-57, [2] p.;
illus., front., pl.; 17.5 cm.                                  Baker, T.M.
    Reel: 11, No. 179                                             The charms of melody; or, Siren medley.
                                                               [n.p.] Allen & Watts. 1824
Baker, George Melville, 1832-1890.                             60 p.; 20 cm.
   A valedictory poem delivered before the                        Reel: 6, No. 124
"members' course" of the Mercantile library
association, Wednesday, April 15, 1865.                        [Baker, William Deal].
Boston, John Wilson and son. 1865                                  The saturniad: being a full and true account of the
12 p.; 22 cm.; Half-title.                                     rise, progress, and downfall of the University of
   Reel: 11, No. 180                                           Quilsylvane.
                                                               Philadelphia. 1832
[Baker, Harriette Newell (Woods)] 1815-1893.                   In three cantos. By Hyton Hosmot [pseud.]; 63 p.; 15
   The robins' nest, by Mrs. Madeline Leslie                   cm.
[pseud.].                                                          Reel: 6, No. 125
Boston, Crosby, Nichols, Lee and co. [c1860]
104 p.; illus., front.; 15 cm.; (The robin redbreast           Balch, Thomas Bloomer, 1793-1878.
series); Half-title: Mrs. Leslie's books for little              A miniature poem.
children.                                                      Georgetown, D.C., E. Hughes, printer. 1849
   Reel: 11, No. 181                                           "Our town."; 19, [1] p.; 17 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 6, No. 126
Baker, Henry, comp.
   Le souvenir.                                                Baldwin, Augusta.
Montreal, J. Lovell. 1867                                         Poems.
[5], viii-288 p.; 16 cm.; Prose and poetry.                    Montreal, John Lovell. 1859
   Reel: 12, No. 182                                           [3]-vi, [5], 10-163 p.
                                                                  Reel: 12, No. 185
Baker, John R.
   Gettysburg.                                                 Baldwin, John Denison, 1809-1883.
Philadelphia [J.B. Rodgers, printer]. 1866                         The story of Raymond Hill, and other poems.
22 p.; 14.5 cm.                                                Boston, W.D. Ticknor & company. 1847
   Reel: 12, No. 183                                           viii p., 1 p.l., [11]-124 p.; 18 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 6, No. 127
Baker, Samuel.
    Election to life eternal, a prize of inestimable           Ball, Benjamin West.
worth, which every one, by seasonable and proper                  Elfin land: and other poems.
attention, may make his own.                                   Boston & Cambridge, J. Munroe & co. 1851
Concord, Printed for the publisher. 1821                       [5], vi-viii, [9]-150 p.; 18.5 cm.
24 p.; 19.5 cm.                                                   Reel: 12, No. 186
    Reel: 6, No. 120
                                                               Ball, Caroline A. (Rutledge), b. 1825.
Baker, Samuel.                                                   The jacket of grey and other fugitive poems.
    Election to life eternal; a prize of inestimable           Charleston, S.C., J. Walker, printer. 1866
worth, which every one by seasonable and proper                By Mrs. C.A. Ball.; 28, [3] p.; 18.5 cm.; Half-title.
attention, may make his own.                                     Reel: 12, No. 187-188
Millbury, Mass., Printed by B.T. Alboro. 1833
Republished for Erastus Spaulding.; 24 p.; 20.5 cm.            Ball, Eliza Craufurd.
    Reel: 6, No. 122                                              The Christian armour.
                                                               New York, Charles Scribner & co. 1866
                                                               [61] p.; illus.; 28 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 12, No. 189



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                                              Author Index

[Ball, M.V.].                                                  Bancroft, George, 1800-1891.
   Sacred hymns for children.                                     Poems.
Boston, W. & E. Howe. 1859                                     Cambridge, Mass., The University Press. 1823
By a teacher.; 54 p.; 15 cm.                                   2 p.l., 77 p.; 18.5 cm.
   Reel: 12, No. 190                                              Reel: 6, No. 130

Ballard, Charles Rollin, 1827?-1906.                           Banks in danger; or, New York in an uproar from a
   Vermont; a poem delivered before the Wheel-                 Greenwich horse race.
barrow society of Castleton seminary, October 13,              New York, Printed for the author. 1811
1854.                                                          13, [2] p.; illus.; 14 cm.
Rutland, Steam press of G.A. Tuttle & co. 1854                    Reel: 3, No. 111
Published by the Society.; 16 p.; 21.5 cm.
   Reel: 12, No. 191                                           Banks, J.W.
                                                                  The youthful professor's examination, confession,
Ballard, H.C.                                                  and hope poem.
   Poems.                                                      Georgetown, D.C., R.W. Claxton. 1832
Chicago, Church, Goodman and Donnelley. 1870                   47, [1] p.; 18 cm.
164 p.; 19.5 cm.                                                  Reel: 6, No. 131
   Reel: 12, No. 192
                                                               Bannister, Nathaniel Harrington, 1813-1847.
[Ballou, Adin] 1803-1890.                                          Putnam, the iron son of '76; a national military
   Memoir of Adin Augustus Ballou: written and                 drama, in three acts.
compiled by his father.                                        Boston, W.V. Spencer. [1857?]
Hopedale [Mass.] Community Press. 1853                         30, [1], 5-9, [2] p.; 18 cm.; (Spencer's Boston theatre
192 p.; 18 cm.                                                 [v. 20] no. 156); 7 pages of publisher's notices at end
   Reel: 12, No. 193                                           of book.
                                                                   Reel: 12, No. 196
[Ballou, Ellis] supposed author.
   The patent hat: designed to promote the growth of           Barbauld, Anna Letitia (Aikin), 1743-1825.
certain undeveloped bumps, and thereby increase the                Gl'inni giovenili della Signora Anna Letizia
thinking, reasoning, acting power of the wearer.               Barbauld, tr. in italiano.
New York, Carleton and Phillips. 1855                          Boston, C.E. Hendee. 1832
For the use of mankind in general, and the clergy in           Ad uso de'fanciulli che imparane la lingua. Nuova
particular. Manufactured by Philo [pseud.] ...; [5], 8-        ed., cor.e.migliorata da Pietro Bachi. ...; vi, 1 p.l., 110
232 p.; incl. ft. pl.; 15 cm.                                  p.; 14.5 x 12 cm.
   Reel: 12, No. 194                                               Reel: 6, No. 133

Ballou, Hosea, 1771-1852.                                      Barber, Joseph, of New York.
   Ballou's miscellaneous poems.                                  Crumbs from the Round Table.
Boston, James M. Usher. 1852                                   New York, Leypoldt and Holt. 1860
208 p.; 20 cm.                                                 A feast for epicures.; 106, [6] p.; 20 cm.; 6 pages of
   Reel: 12, No. 195                                           publisher's notices at end of book.
                                                                  Reel: 12, No. 197
Ballou, Hosea, 1771-1852.
   A discourse delivered at the Universalist Church,           Barclay, Kate.
in Lombard Street, Philadelphia, on Monday evening,               Minnie May; with other rhymes and stories.
June 2, 1828, at the ordination of T. Fisk.                    Boston, J.P. Jewett and Co.; Cleveland, Jewett,
Philadelphia, C. Alexander, printer. 1828                      Proctor, and Worthington; New York, Sheldon,
14 p., 1 p.l.; cover-title.; 21 cm.                            Lamport, and Blakeman. 1856
   Reel: 6, No. 128                                            32 p.; illus.; 22 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 12, No. 198
Ballston Springs.
[n.p.]. [1805?]                                                Barhydt, David Parish.
A moral poem, written at Ballston, in 1805.; 22 p.;               Life: a poem.
14.9 cm.                                                       New York, William Holdredge. 1851
   Reel: 3, No. 110                                            89 p.
                                                                  Reel: 12, No. 199
Banco: or, the tenant of the spring: a legend of the
White Sulphur.                                                 [Barker, Eliza H.].
Philadelphia, C. Sherman & Co. 1839                               Marguerite, baroness Leichenstein, and other
28 p.; 21.5 cm.                                                poems.
   Reel: 6, No. 129                                            Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1870
                                                               By the author of "Zelica"...; 103 p.; 19 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 12, No. 200


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                                                 Author Index

Barlow, James.                                                  Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.
   The peacock, the baboon, and the moneyspinners:                 The conspiracy of kings: A poem addressed to the
a newly discovered unedited poem, by Thomas                     inhabitants of Europe from another quarter of the
Moore, esq.                                                     world.
Mexico. 1841                                                    London: Printed for J. Johnson, St.-Paul's church
18 p.                                                           yard. 1792
   Reel: 6, No. 134                                             20 p.; 27.5 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 4, No. 118
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.
   The Columbiad.                                               Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.
[n.p.]. 1813                                                       The conspiracy of kings; a poem addressed to the
(In Notice sur la vie et les écrits ...; p. [20]-31);           inhabitants of Europe from another quarter of the
English and French on opposite pages.                           world.
   Reel: 5, No. 134                                             Paris, Printed at the English press, rue de Vaugirard,
                                                                no. 1214; and sold by Barrois, Senior, Quai des
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.                                        Augustins; and R. Thomson, rue de l'ancienne
   The Columbiad, a poem.                                       Comedie Française, no. 42. 1793
London, Printed for Richard Phillips, Bridge street,            32 p.; 22.5 cm.
Blackfriers. 1809                                                  Reel: 4, No. 119
xxxiii, [3], 428 p.; 23.5 cm.; Advertising matter: p.
427-28.                                                         Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.
   Reel: 3, No. 115                                                The conspiracy of kings; a poem addressed to the
                                                                inhabitants of Europe, from another quarter of the
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.                                        world.
    The Columbiad, a poem.                                      [n.p.]. 1795
[n.p.] Printed for the Book-sellers. [after 1813]               3d ed.; 15 p.; 21 cm.
iii-xl, [2], 448 p.; plates (incl. front.); 24 cm.; An             Reel: 4, No. 121
amplification of the author's vision of Columbus.; A
printing from the Seboell type-setting for the edition          Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.
of 1813.                                                           The conspiracy of kings; a poem addressed to the
    Reel: 4, No. 117                                            inhabitants of Europe, from another quarter of the
                                                                world.
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.                                        New York. 1796
    The Columbiad, a poem.                                      (In Barlow, Joel. The political writings. New ed.,
Paris, Printed for F. Schoell, bookseller. 1813                 cor.; p. [241]-251.).
With the last corrections of the author...; xl, [2], 448           Reel: 4, No. 122
p.; plates (incl. front.), ports.; 27 cm.; An
amplification of the author's "Vision of Columbus.".            Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.
    Reel: 4, No. 116                                               The conspiracy of kings; a poem addressed to the
                                                                inhabitants of Europe, from another quarter of the
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.                                        world.
   The Columbiad, a poem.                                       Newburyport, Printed and sold by Robinson &
Philadelphia, Published by C. and A. Conrad and                 Tucker. 1794
Co.; Baltimore, Conrad Lucas & Co.; Fry and                     30 p.; 20.5 cm.; "Note on Mr. Burke": p. 25-30.
Kammerer, printers. 1809                                           Reel: 4, No. 120
2 v.
   Reel: 3, No. 114                                             Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.
                                                                   The hasty pudding.
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.                                        July 1856
   The Columbiad; a poem.                                       In Harper's new monthly magazine.; p. 145-160.
Philadelphia, Printed by Fry and Kammerer for C.                   Reel: 12, No. 202
and A. Conrad and Co., Philadelphia; Conrad Lucas
& Co., Baltimore; Somervell and Conrad, Petersburg;             Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.
Bonsai, Conrad & Co., Norfolk. 1807                                The hasty pudding: a poem in three cantos, written
xvi, 454 p.; front., plates.; 28 cm.; Extra illustrated         at Chamrery, in Savoy, January, 1793.
with 82 additional plates.; Numerous corrections in             New York. 1856
author's handwriting.                                           with a memoir on maize or Indian corn, compiled by
   Reel: 3, No. 113                                             D.J. Browne.; 48 p.; 18.5 cm.; (Saxton's rural
                                                                handbooks).
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.                                           Reel: 12, No. 203
   The conspiracy of kings.
New York. 1796
(In The political writings ...; p. [241]-251).
   Reel: 5, No. 136


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Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.                                       Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.
   The hasty pudding; a poem in three cantos, written              The prospect of peace; a poetical composition
at Chambery, in Savoy, Jan. 1793.                              delivered in Yale-college, at the public examination,
Stockbridge, Printed by Rosseter & Willard. 1797               of the candidates for the degree of bachelor of arts;
[5], 8-[16] p.; 24 cm.; Last leaf wanting.                     July 23, 1778.
   Reel: 4, No. 127                                            New Haven, Printed by Thomas and Samuel Green.
                                                               1788 [i.e. 1778]
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.                                       12 p.; 21 cm.
   Hasty pudding; a poem in three cantos, written at               Reel: 5, No. 137
Chambery, in Savoy, January, 1793.
Salem, Printed, by Joshua Cushing. 1799                        Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.
[5], 8-21 p.; 16.5 cm.                                            The vision of Columbus: a poem.
   Reel: 4, No. 128                                            Centreville, Ind., John Scott. 1824
                                                               with explanatory notes; from a revised edition of the
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.                                       author.; 269 p.; 15.5 cm.
    The hasty-pudding: a poem in three cantos,                    Reel: 7, No. 138
written at Chambery, in Savoy, January, 1793.
New York, W. H. Graham. 1847                                   Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.
... with a memoir on maize or Indian corn, compiled               The vision of Columbus; a poem in nine books.
by D. J. Browne.; 56 p.; 19 cm.                                Hartford, Printed by Hudson & Goodwin for the
    Reel: 7, No. 137                                           author. 1787
                                                               2nd ed.; 258, [5] p.; 17.5 cm.
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.                                          Reel: 5, No. 139
   The hasty-pudding: a poem in three cantos,
written at Chamrery, in Savoy, January 1793.                   Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.
New York. [1852]                                                  The vision of Columbus; a poem in nine books.
In Allen, R.L. The American farmbook.; 12 p.; 20               Hartford, Printed by Hudson and Goodwin, for the
cm.                                                            author. 1787
   Reel: 12, No. 201                                           xxi, [2], 26-258, [4] p., 1 l., [8] p.; 20 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 5, No. 138
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.
   The hasty-pudding; a poem in three cantos,                  Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.
written in Germany [!], in Savoy, January 1793.                   The vision of Columbus; a poem in nine books.
New York, Printed for the Purchaser. [1796]                    London, Printed for G.G. and J. Robinson, Pater-
12 p.; 21 cm.                                                  Noster Row. 1794
   Reel: 4, No. 126                                            To which is added, The Conspiracy of kings; a
                                                               poem... 5th ed., cor.; [2], 20, [2], 25-275, [3], 279-
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.                                       304 p.; 20 cm.
    Joel Barlow to his fellow citizens, of the United             Reel: 5, No. 141
States of America.
[Philadelphia?]. [1800]                                        Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.
32, 50 p.; 20.5 cm.; Caption title.; Contents. - Letter           The vision of Columbus; a poem, in nine books.
I. On the system of policy hitherto pursued by their           Hagerstown, Printed and published by W.D. Bell.
government, and to George Washington. 32 p. -                  1820
Letter II. On certain political measures proposed to           With explanatory notes. From a revised edition of the
their consideration. 50 p.                                     author.; 288 p.; 15.5 cm.
    Reel: 4, No. 131                                              Reel: 6, No. 144

Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.                                       Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.
    Letter to Henry Gregoire.                                      The vision of Columbus; a poem, in nine books.
Washington City, Printed by Roger Chew                         Paris; Printed at the English Press, rue de Vaugirard,
Weightman. 1809                                                no. 1214; and sold by Barrois, Senior, Quai des
in reply to his letter of the Columbiad ...; 14 p.             Augustins; and R. Thomson, Rue de L'Ancienne
    Reel: 5, No. 132                                           Comedie Française. 1793
                                                               To which is added, The conspiracy of kings; a poem,
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.                                       ... 5th ed., cor.; [4], 304 p.; front.; (port.); 20 cm.
    A letter to the national convention of France, on               Reel: 5, No. 140
the defects in the constitution of 1791, and the extent
of the amendments which ought to be applied.                   Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.
[n.p.]. [179-?]                                                   The vision of Columbus; a poem, in nine books,
[159]-198 p.; Caption-title.                                   with explanatory notes.
    Reel: 5, No. 133                                           Baltimore, Published and sold by Z. Harmon. 1816
                                                               From a revised edition of the author.; 288 p.
                                                                  Reel: 5, No. 143


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Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812.                                      [Barlow, Joel] 1754-1812.
   The vision of Columbus; a poem, in nine books,                The hasty-pudding; a poem in three cantos,
with explanatory notes.                                       written at Chambery, in Savoy, January, 1793.
Baltimore, Published by W.D. Bell & J.D. Toy; Bell            [New-Haven]. [1796]
& Cook, Printers. 1814                                        12 p.; 18 cm.
From a revised edition of the author.; 288 p.                    Reel: 4, No. 125
   Reel: 5, No. 142
                                                              [Barlow, Joel] 1754-1812.
[Barlow, Joel] 1754-1812.                                        A poem, spoken at the public commencement at
    Advice to the privileged orders in the several            Yale college, in New-Haven; September 12, 1781.
states of Europe, resulting from the necessity and            Hartford, Printed by Hudson & Goodwin. [1781]
propriety of a general revolution in the principle of         16 p.; 19 cm.
government.                                                      Reel: 5, No. 135
Paris, Printed at the English press, rue de Vaugirard,
no. 1214; and sold by Barrois, Senior, Quai des               Barlow, John Richard, b. 1846.
Augustins. 1793                                                  The maiden of the mist; a legend of Niagara.
2 v.; 21.5 cm.; V. 2 only.                                    Niagara Falls, N.Y., E.A. Enos. [1869]
    Reel: 3, No. 112                                          48 p.; 14 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 12, No. 204
[Barlow, Joel] 1754-1812.
   An elegy on the late Honorable Titus Hosmer,               Barlow, John Richard, b. 1846.
esq.; one of the counsellors of the state of                     The maiden of the mist, a legend of Niagara.
Connecticut, a member of Congress, and a judge of             Niagara Falls, N.Y., E.A. Enos, printer. [c1865]
the Maritime Court of Appeals for the United States           48 p.; 14 cm.
of America.                                                      Reel: 12, No. 205
Hartford, Printed by Hudson and Goodwin. [1780]
15 p.; 17.5 cm.                                               Barlow, Warren Sumner, 1820-1889.
   Reel: 4, No. 123                                              Three voices.
                                                              Boston, W. White and co.; New York, Banner of
[Barlow, Joel] 1754-1812.                                     light branch office. 1868
   Hasty-pudding: a poem, in three cantos.                    184 p.; 19.5 cm.
Hallowell [Me.] Ezekiel Goodale. 1815 [i.e. 1826]                Reel: 13, No. 206
Written at Chambery, in Savoy, January, 1793.
Together with, The ruling passion. By Robert T.               Barlow, Warren Sumner, 1820-1889.
Paine, jun. esq.; 32 p.; 15 cm.                                  The voices.
   Reel: 6, No. 136                                           Boston, W. White & co., New York, American news
                                                              co. 1870
[Barlow, Joel] 1754-1812.                                     2nd ed.; 184 p.; 19.5 cm.; Original edition entitled
   The hasty-pudding; a poem in three cantos,                 Three voices.
written at Chambery, in Savoy, January, 1793.                    Reel: 13, No. 207
Boston, Printed and for sale at the book-stores. 1810
16 p.; 21 cm.; Cover title.                                   Barnes, Albert, 1798-1870.
   Reel: 4, No. 129                                              Life at three-score: a sermon delivered in the First
                                                              Presbyterian church, Philadelphia, November 28,
[Barlow, Joel] 1754-1812.                                     1858.
   Hasty-pudding; a poem in three cantos, written at          Philadelphia, Parry and McMillan. 1859
Chambery, in Savoy, January, 1793.                            2nd. ed.; 78, [8] p.; 20 cm.; 8 pages of publisher's
Hollowell [Me.] Ezekiel Goodale, Printed by                   notices at end of book.
Goodale & Burton. 1815                                           Reel: 13, No. 208
Together with, The ruling passion. By Robert T.
Paine, jun. esq.; 32 p.; Paine, Robert T. The ruling          Barnes, G.H.
passion. p. [17]-32.                                             Poem, read at the Soldiers' welcome, Franklin,
   Reel: 4, No. 130                                           Delaware County, N.Y., Aug. 5, 1865.
                                                              Binghampton, N.Y., Printed by F.N. Chase. [1865?]
[Barlow, Joel] 1754-1812.                                     [3], 2-8 p.; 22 cm.
   The hasty-pudding; a poem in three cantos,                    Reel: 13, No. 209
written at Chambery, in Savoy, January, 1793.
[New Haven, Printed by Tiebout & O'Brien]. [1796]             Barnes, Henry.
15 p.                                                           The guerilla-bride; a poem.
   Reel: 4, No. 124                                           Bellefontaine, Ohio, Hubbard & Bros. 1858
                                                              176 p.; 19.5 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 13, No. 210




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                                       American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                             Author Index

Barnitz, Albert Troville Siders.                               Barrett, Joseph Appleton.
   The mystic delvings.                                           Literary remains of Joseph Appleton Barrett and
Cincinnati, A. Watson & co. 1857                               Emily Maria Barrett.
288 p.; port.; 20.5 cm.                                        Boston, Munroe and Francis. 1837
   Reel: 13, No. 211                                           119 p.
                                                                  Reel: 7, No. 142
Barns, Lucy, 1780-1809.
    The female Christian; containing a selection from          Barrett, S.A.
the writings of Miss Lucy Barns; who departed this                Maintonomah, and other poems.
life, August 27th, 1809.                                       New York, Cady and Burgess. 1849
Portland, Printed at the Argus office, Francis                 209 p.; 20 cm.
Douglas, printer. [1809?]                                         Reel: 7, No. 143
[70] p.; 17 cm.
    Reel: 6, No. 145                                           Barrington, Jonah, Sir, 1760-1834.
                                                                  Rise and fall of the Irish nation.
Barnstable (Mass.).                                            New York, D. & J. Sadlier & Co. 1858
   The Cape Cod centennial celebration at                      12th thousand.; xxi, [23]-472 p.; front., ports.; 20 cm.
Barnstable, Sept. 3, 1839, of the incorporation of that           Reel: 13, No. 215
town, Sept. 3, 1639.
Barnstable, S.B. Phinney. 1840                                 The Bar-room.
Giving a full detail of the preliminary proceedings of         Boston, Minot Pratt, Printer. 1838
the committees, and the speeches and toasts at the             A sketch.; 11 p.; 19 cm.
dinner. Correctly reported and rev.; 92 p.; 24 cm.                Reel: 6, No. 132
   Reel: 7, No. 140
                                                               [Barrow, Frances Elizabeth (Mease)] 1822-1894.
Barn-yard rhymes; showing what opinions the turkey,                Grasshopper pop-guns: being the fifth book of the
the cock, the goose, and the duck, entertain of                series.
allopathia, homopathia, electrogalvanism, and the              New York, Sheldon & Co. 1864
animalcule doctrines.                                          By Aunt Fanny [pseud.]; [7], 10-152, [12] p.; illus.,
New York, G. & C. Carvill & co. 1838                           incl. front., plate 18 cm. (Pop-gun series, v.); Half-
2 p.l., 72 p.; 24 cm.                                          title.; 12 pages of publisher's notices at end.
    Reel: 7, No. 139                                               Reel: 13, No. 217

Barrett, Angelica (Bishop).                                    [Barrow, Frances Elizabeth (Mease)] 1822-1894.
    The linden-tree cottage and the accepted sacrifice.           New little mittens, with stories for the little
New York, printed at Riverside Press, and for sale by          darlings: being the fifth book of the series, by Aunt
Hurd and Houghton. 1868                                        Fanny [pseud.].
iv, 58 p.                                                      New York, D. Appleton & Co. 1863
    Reel: 13, No. 212                                          163, [5] p.; illus., front.; 18 cm.; (The Mitten series);
                                                               4 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.
Barrett, Elizabeth Gertrude (Barber).                             Reel: 13, No. 220
    The poems of Elizabeth G. Barber Barrett.
New York, Hurd & Houghton, etc. 1866                           [Barrow, Frances Elizabeth (Mease)] 1822-1894.
xiii, 453 p.; port.; 19.5 cm.; Contains Memorial, by S.           The two story mittens and the little play mittens:
Dryden Phelps.                                                 being the fourth book of the series, by Aunt Fanny
    Reel: 13, No. 213                                          [pseud].
                                                               New York, D. Appleton & Co. 1863
Barrett, George.                                               148, [8] p.; illus., front.; 18 cm.; (The mitten series);
   The advent, ministry and works of our Lord Jesus            8 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.
Christ; being a versification of some portions of the             Reel: 13, No. 221
four evangelists.
Columbus, Wright & Legg. 1842                                  [Barrow, Frances Elizabeth Mease] 1822-1894.
124 p.; 15 cm.                                                    Aunt Fanny's story book, for little boys and girls.
   Reel: 7, No. 141                                            New York, D. Appleton & Company. 1850
                                                               139 p.; 15 cm.
[Barrett, Jonathan Fay] 1817-1885.                                Reel: 7, No. 144
   Concord; a poem delivered before the Lyceum,
Concord, Mass., January 22, 1851.                              [Barrow, Frances Elizabeth Mease] 1822-1894.
Boston, Ticknor, Reed & Fields. 1851                              Good little hearts.
32 p.; 18 cm.                                                  New York, Hurd and Houghton. 1864
   Reel: 13, No. 214                                           Stories told in the wood, by Aunt Fanny [pseud.] ...;
                                                               175 p.; illus., front., plates; 16 cm.; (Stories told in
                                                               the wood, v.4).
                                                                  Reel: 13, No. 216


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                                         American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                               Author Index

[Barrow, Frances Elizabeth Mease] 1822-1894.                     Bartlett, Joseph, 1762-1827.
   How little Katie knocked at the door of heaven.                  Physiognomy, a poem.
New York, W.H. Kelly & Bros. 1864                                Portsmouth [N.H.], Printed by William Treadwell.
by Aunt Fanny [pseud.]; 30 p.; 10 cm.                            1810
   Reel: 13, No. 219                                             19 p.; 18 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 6, No. 149
[Barrow, Frances Elizabeth Mease] 1822-1894.
   How little Katie knocked at the door of heaven.               Bartlett, Joseph, 1762-1827.
New York, Warren, Broughton & Wyman. [c1864]                        Physiognomy, a poem, delivered at the request of
by Aunt Fanny.; 15, [1] p.; 1 page of publisher's                the society of [Phi] B K, in the chapel of Harvard
notices at end of book.                                          university on the day of their anniversary, July 18,
   Reel: 13, No. 218                                             1799.
                                                                 Boston, Printed by John Russell. 1799
Barrow, Sarah L.                                                 16 p.; 19 cm.
   Funny little socks: being the fourth book of the                 Reel: 6, No. 148
series.
New York, Leavitt & Allen. 1863                                  Bartlett, Samuel Ripley, b. 1837.
By Aunt Fanny's daughter.; 122 p.; front., pl.; 16 cm.              Concord fight.
(The Sock stories no. 4).                                        Boston, A. Williams and co. 1860
   Reel: 14, No. 222                                             33, [1] p.; front; 19 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 14, No. 226
Barry, Garrett, fl. 1624-1642.
    Poems, on several occasions.                                 Bartlett, Samuel Ripley, b. 1837.
Baltimore, Printed for Cole & I. Bonsal and John                    Concord fight.
Vance & Co. in Market Street. 1807                               Concord, Albert Stacy. 1862
iv, [5]-101, [15] p.                                             2d ed.; 33, [1] p.; front.; 20 cm.; Half-title.
    Reel: 6, No. 147                                                Reel: 14, No. 227
[Barstow, Ellen M.].                                             Bartley, James Avis, b. 1830.
   The mission of the faires, as exhibited by the first             Lays of ancient Virginia, and other poems.
Universalist Sunday school, Portland, 1869.                      Richmond, J.W. Randolph. 1855
Portland, [Me.] S. Berry, printer. 1869                          204, 2 p.; 19.5 cm.; 2 pages of publisher's notices at
[2], 24, [2] p.; 18.5 cm.; Cover title.; 1 page of               end of book.
publisher's notices at beginning and 2 pages at end of              Reel: 14, No. 228
book.
   Reel: 14, No. 223                                             Bartol, Cyrus Augustus 1813-1900.
                                                                    Loving words from our good Pastor.
Bartlett, Elisha, 1804-1855.                                     [Boston]. [1869]
   An address on the life, character and writings of             Privately printed for the members of the West
Elisha Bartlett.                                                 Church.; 11 p.; 17 cm.
Lowell, S.J. Varney. 1856                                           Reel: 14, No. 229
Published by the society.; 27 p.; 22 cm.
   Reel: 14, No. 224                                             Barton, Edward Davis, 1837-1862.
                                                                    Memorial of Edward Davis Barton.
Bartlett, Elisha, 1804-1855.                                     [Troy, N.Y., A.W. Scribner & co., printers]. [1862?]
   Simple settings, in verse, for six portraits and              22 p.; 23 cm.
pictures from Mr. Dicken's gallery.                                 Reel: 14, No. 230
Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1855
[8], 80, [4], 8 p.; 8 pages of publisher's notices at end        Barton, Hull.
of book.                                                            A discourse delivered in Boston, March 1st, 1826,
   Reel: 14, No. 225                                             for the relief of the Boston Bard.
                                                                 Boston, Munroe and Francis. 1826
Bartlett, Joseph, 1762-1827.                                     20 p.; 21 cm.
    Aphorisms on men manners, principles and things.                Reel: 7, No. 147
Printed by J. Howe, Boston. 1823
Physiognomy: a poem, and The blessings of poverty.;              [Barton, K.].
xii, [13]-148, 16, 16 p.; 18 cm.                                     Nothing to you; or, Mind your own business.
    Reel: 7, No. 145                                             New York, Wiley & Halsted. 1857
                                                                 In answer to "Nothings" in general, and "Nothing to
Bartlett, Joseph, 1762-1827.                                     wear" in particular, by Knot-Rab. [pseud.] With
    The Fourth of July anticipated: an address.                  illustrations by J.H. Howard.; [3], 6-68, [4] p.; front.,
Printed by E.K. Allen, Boston. 1823                              plates; 18 cm.; Half-title.
also a poem, an ode, and The new vicar of Bray.; 20                  Reel: 14, No. 231
p.; 22.5 cm.
    Reel: 7, No. 146

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                                        American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                              Author Index

Batchelder, Eugene, 1822-1878.                                Bates, Issachar.
  Border adventures; or, The romantic incidents of a             New songs, on different subjects.
New England town; and other poems.                            Salem, New-York, Printed by Henry Dodd. 1800
Boston, Ticknor, Reed & Fields. 1851                          16 p.; 17.7 cm.
With an appendix; 48 p.; 18.5 cm.                                Reel: 6, No. 151
  Reel: 14, No. 232
                                                              Bates, Joshua, 1776-1854.
Batchelder, Eugene, 1822-1878.                                   A brief account of the happy death of Mary Ann
   Brother Jonathan's welcome to Kossuth.                     Clap, daughter of Mr. Jesse and Mrs. Betsey Clap.
Boston, Redding & company. [c1852]                            Dedham, Published by Abel D. Alleyne. 1816
A poem. By the author of "Border adventures, and              3d ed.; 36 p.; 17 cm.
other poems". &c.; 27 p.; 24 cm.                                 Reel: 6, No. 152
   Reel: 14, No. 233
                                                              Bates, Stephen.
Batchelder, Eugene, 1822-1878.                                    Party and its experiments: a poem delivered
   A romance of the fashionable world.                        before the Harrison Democrats of East Boston, Sept.
Boston, James French & co.; Galesburg, Ill., Hastings         8, 1840.
and French. 1857                                              Boston, Weeks, Jordan & Co. 1840
180 p.; 16 cm.; Batchelder's A romance of the sea-            24 p.; (Pamphlet poetry, American. v.1.).
serpent in another form.                                          Reel: 7, No. 151
   Reel: 14, No. 234
                                                              Bates, William Gelston, 1803-1880.
Batchelder, Eugene, 1822-1878.                                   Address of Hon. William G. Bates, at the laying of
   A romance of the sea-serpent, or the                       the corner stone of Westfield Academy, July 31st,
ichthyosaurus.                                                1857.
Cambridge [Mass.] J. Bartlett. 1850                           Springfield, Bowles & co. 1857
4th ed.; 2 p.l., 172 p. illus.; 17 cm.                        20 p.; 23 cm.
   Reel: 7, No. 149                                              Reel: 14, No. 238

[Batchelder, Eugene] 1822-1878.                               [Battershall, Walton Wesley] 1840-1920.
   A romance of the sea serpent, or The                          Valedictory poem; and oration [by J. W. Teal]
ichthyosaurus, [By Wave, pseud.].                             pronounced before the senior class in Yale college,
Cambridge [Mass.] J. Bartlett. 1849                           presentation day, June 22, 1864.
Also, a collection of the ancient and modern                  New Haven. 1864
authorities, with letters from distinguished merchants        35 p.
and men of science.; 2 p.l., 172 p.; illus.; 17 cm.              Reel: 14, No. 239
   Reel: 7, No. 148
                                                              Battle of Lake Erie Monument Association.
Batchelor, George, 1836-1923, tr.                                An account of the organization & proceedings of
   ...La Marseillaise.                                        the Battle of Lake Erie monument association.
New York. 1868                                                Sandusky, Printed by H.D. Cooke & co. 1858
Origin of the hymn, and its translation.; [3], 2-8 p.         And celebration of the 45th anniversary of the battle
   Reel: 14, No. 235                                          of Lake Erie, at Put-in-Bay island, on September
                                                              tenth, 1858.; 49 p.; 21 cm.
Bates, David, 1809-1870.                                         Reel: 14, No. 240
    The Eolian.
Philadelphia, Lindsay and Blakiston. 1849 [1848]              The Battle of Lepanto, the fall of Delphi and other
xi, [13]-210 p.; 19.5 cm.                                     poems by W.
    Reel: 7, No. 150                                          Philadelphia, T.T. Ash. 1829
                                                              120p.; 20 cm.
Bates, David, 1809-1870.                                         Reel: 7, No. 153
   Poems.
Philadelphia, Lindsay & Blakiston. 1853                       The Battle of New Orleans; or Jackson's victory: a
[5], viii-210 p.; 17.5 cm.; Half-title.                       poem by a citizen of Baltimore.
   Reel: 14, No. 236                                          Baltimore, Published by E. M. Greene; Printed by J.
                                                              Roach. 1825
Bates, David, 1809-1870.                                      36 p.
   The poetical works of David Bates.                            Reel: 7, No. 152
Philadelphia, Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfinger. 1870
Edited by his son, Stockton Bates.; xii, 13-276 p.;           The Battles of Joshua; a new version, with notes
18.5 cm.                                                      offered to the consideration of commentators.
   Reel: 14, No. 237                                          Philadelphia, H. Young. 1843
                                                              12 p.
                                                                 Reel: 7, No. 154


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                                        American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                              Author Index

Bausman, William.                                               Beach, W.R.
   The protege, a poem.                                            Parting hymn.
Sacramento, J.J. Murphy. 1859                                   Andover, Ma., Draper & co. 1866
Delivered at the Metropolitan theatre on the 26th of            (In Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts.
April 1859, being the occasion of the fortieth                  Order of exercises at exhibition, Andover, Mass.,
anniversary of the introduction of odd fellowship into          July 24, 1866. p. 7-8.).
the United States, commemorated by the United                      Reel: 134, No. 2422
lodges and encampment of the Sacramento division.;
72 p.; 18 cm.                                                   Beale, O.A.S., Mrs.
   Reel: 14, No. 241                                               Original hymn.
                                                                Andover, Ma., Printed by Warren F. Draper. 1858
Baxter, Lydia, 1809-1874.                                       (In Phillips academy, Andover, Massachusetts. Order
   Gems by the wayside; or, Religious and domestic              of exercises at exhibition, Andover, Mass., July 27,
poems.                                                          1858.; p. 7-8).
New York, Sheldon, Lamport & Blakeman. 1855                        Reel: 134, No. 2422
283 p.; front. (port.); 19.5 cm.
   Reel: 14, No. 242                                            Beaman, Charles Cotesworth, 1799-1883.
                                                                   A poem: delivered before the Franklin debating
Baxter, William, 1820-1888.                                     society, Jan. 17, 1831.
    Poems.                                                      Boston, J.H. Eastburn. 1831
Cambridge, Metcalf & co., printers. 1852                        Being the birthday of Franklin.; 12 p.; 22 cm.
iv, 244 p.; 18 cm.                                                 Reel: 7, No. 157
    Reel: 14, No. 243
                                                                Beasley, Frederick Williamson.
[Bayard, Samuel John] d. 1879.                                      Henry Venola, the duellist.
   Mengwe; a tale of the frontier: a poem.                      Philadelphia, H. Hooker. 1841
Princeton press, Printed by D. A. Borrenstein;                  viii, [13]-64 p.; 19 cm.
Published by H. C. Carey & I. Lea, Philadelphia.                    Reel: 7, No. 158
1825
76 p.; 15 cm.                                                   [Beasley, Frederick Williamson].
   Reel: 7, No. 155                                                Papers from Overlook-house.
                                                                Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & Co. 1866
[Bayley, Cornwall] 1784-1807, supposed author.                  238 p.
    Canada, a descriptive poem, written at Quebec,                 Reel: 15, No. 246
1805, with satires - imitations - and sonnets.
[Quebec] Printed by John Neilson, no. 3, Mountain               Beauchamp, Ann.
street. [1806]                                                     The confession of Jereboam O. Beauchamp, who
52 p.; 24 cm.                                                   was executed at Frankfort, Ky., on the 7th of July,
    Reel: 6, No. 160                                            1826, for the murder of Col. Solomon P. Sharp, a
                                                                member of the Legislature, and late Attorney General
Beach, Elizabeth T. Porter.                                     of Ky.
   Pelayo: an epic of the olden Moorish time.                   Bloomfield, Ky.: Printed for the publisher. 1826
New York, D. Appleton and co., etc. 1866                        And containing the only authentic account of the
424, [8] p.; front., plates; 20 cm.; 8 pages of                 murder, and the causes which induced it. To which is
publisher's notices at end of book.                             added, some poetical pieces, written by Mrs. Ann
   Reel: 15, No. 245                                            Beauchamp, who voluntarily put an end to her
                                                                existence, on the day of the execution of her husband,
Beach, Elizabeth T. Porter.                                     and was buried in the same grave with him.; 134 p.
   Pelayo: an epic of the olden Moorish time.                      Reel: 6, No. 161
New York, D. Appleton and company, etc. 1864
424, 8 p.; front., plates 20 cm.; 8 pages of publisher's        Beaumont, C. Charles.
notices at end of book.                                           Campbell.
   Reel: 15, No. 244                                            New York, D. Baker. 1838
                                                                An American tale.; 84 p.; 19 cm.
Beach, Samuel E.                                                  Reel: 7, No. 159
    Escalala: an American tale.
Utica, W. Williams. 1824                                        The Beauties of poetry, British and American.
ix, [11]-109 p.; 18.5 cm.                                       Philadelphia, From the press of M. Carey. 1791
    Reel: 7, No. 156                                            Containing some of the productions of ... Evans,
                                                                Barlow, Dwight, Freneau, Humphreys, Livingston, J.
                                                                Smith, W.M. Smith, Ladd, Bayard, Hopkinson,
                                                                James, Markoe, Prichard, Fentham, Bradford, Dawes,
                                                                Lathrop, Osborne.; [vi], 244 p.; 16.5 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 6, No. 162


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                                          American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                                Author Index

Becker, Abraham.                                                  Belding, John.
     Address delivered at Worcester, New York, July                  Spiritual songs, composed and published by John
26, 1852, on the occasion of the burial of Capt. Leslie           and Sally Belding.
Chase, of the U.S. Army.                                          Pawtucket [R.I.] H. & J.E. Rousmaniere. 1836
Albany, J. Munsell. 1852                                          43, [2] p.; 14 cm.
... and poem delivered on the same occasion by                       Reel: 8, No. 164
Robert F. Queal.; 23 p.; 22 cm.
     Reel: 15, No. 247                                            Belisle, David W.
                                                                     The parterre: a collection of flowers culled by the
Beckett, Sylvester Breakmore, 1812-1882.                          wayside.
   Hester, the bride of the islands: a poem.                      Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott and co. 1849
Portland, [Me.], Bailey & Noyes. 1860                             128 p.; 16 cm.
336 p.                                                               Reel: 8, No. 165
   Reel: 15, No. 248
                                                                  Belknap, Jeremy, 1744-1798.
Beckwith, E.                                                         A discourse intended to commemorate the
   Various poems, for the perusal of young and old.               discovery of America by Christopher Columbus;
Greenfield: Charles A. Mirick, Printer. 1863                      delivered at the request of the Historical Society in
38, [6] p.; 19 cm.                                                Massachusetts, on the 23rd day of October, 1792,
   Reel: 15, No. 249                                              being the completion of the third century since that
                                                                  memorable event.
Bedell, Gregory Thurston, 1793-1834.                              Boston, Printed at the Apollo press, by Belknap and
   "Pay thy vows".                                                Hall, State street. 1792
New York, Stanford and Swords. 1846                               To which are added four dissertations, connected
A pastoral address, subsequent to confirmation.                   with various parts of the discourse...; 132 p.; 21 cm.;
edited, with additions by his son.; 3 p.l., [v]-viii, [9]-        Contents.--A discourse on the discovery of America.-
74 p.; 12 cm.                                                     -Ode for the 23rd of October, 1792, p. 56-58.
   Reel: 8, No. 160                                                  Reel: 6, No. 165

Beebee, Samuel, ca.1660-1741.                                     [Belknap, Jeremy] 1744-1798.
    An answer to Mr. Wadsworth's book; intituled,                    An eclogue occasioned by the death of the
The Lord's day proved to be the Christian sabbath.                Reverend Alexander Cumming, on the 25th of
America, Printed for the author. 1722                             August, A.D. 1763, aetat 37.
To which is added a tragical and typical poem,                    Boston, Printed by D. & F. Kneeland for J. Edwards,
concerning Joseph and his brethren. Together with                 in Cornhill. 1763
Pharoah's dreams, poetically and metahporically[!]                8 p.
handled, with other useful poems.; 108 p.; 15 cm.;                   Reel: 6, No. 166
Partial Contents:--The author's prayer, p. 89--A three-
fold cord; or, Treble obligation to love the Lord Jesus           Bell, Helen, fl. 1869.
Christ, p. [90]-106.--An hymn on the Lord's supper,                  Man's castastrophe, and other poems.
p. 106-107.--Another hymn, or Consolatory                         Middlebury, [Vt.], Printed at the Register Office.
meditation upon a sickbed, p. 107-108.                            1869
    Reel: 6, No. 163                                              43 p.; 20 cm.; Cover title: Helen Bell's poems.
                                                                     Reel: 15, No. 250
Beecher, Charles.
   The Incarnation; or, Pictures of the Virgin and her            The Belle's complete letter writer.
son.                                                              N.Y. 1847
New York, Harper & brothers. 1849                                 Containing a choice collection of sentiments, in
With an introductory essay, by Mrs. Harriet Beecher               original and selected poetry.; 32 p.; 11 cm.
Stowe. [1st edition]; ix p., 1l., [13]-227 p.; 17.5 cm.              Reel: 8, No. 166
   Reel: 8, No. 161
                                                                  Bellew, Frank, 1828-1888.
The Bees of St. Simon's.                                              The art of amusing.
Savannah, Press of Locke and Davis. 1843                          New York, Carleton; London, S. Low, son & co.
23, [1] p.; 24 cm.                                                1866
   Reel: 8, No. 162                                               Being a collection of graceful arts, merry games, odd
                                                                  tricks, curious puzzles, and new charades. Together
Belcher, Joseph, 1749-1859.                                       with suggestions for private theatricals, tableaux, and
   Poetical sketches of biblical subjects; partly                 all sorts of parlor and family amusements. With
original, partly selected from our most esteemed                  nearly 150 illustrations by the author.; [3], vi-302, [8]
poets.                                                            p.; illus., 12 plates.; 19 cm.; Halftitle.; 8 pages of
London. 1825                                                      publisher's notices at end of book.
298 p.; 20 cm.                                                        Reel: 15, No. 251
   Reel: 8, No. 163


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                                              Author Index

Bellows, Henry Whitney, 1814-1882.                             [Benedict, David] 1779-1874.
   A discourse occasioned by the death of William                 The watery war; or, a poetical description of the
Ellery Channing, D. D.                                         existing controversy between the Pedobaptists and
New York, C.S. Francis & company. 1842                         Baptists on the subject and mode of baptism, by John
Pronounced before the Unitarian societies of New               of Enon. [pseud.].
York and Brooklyn, in the Church of the Messiah,               Boston, Printed and sold by Manning & Loring. 1808
October 13th, 1842...; iv, [5]-28 p.; 23 cm.                   34 p.
   Reel: 8, No. 167                                               Reel: 6, No. 169

Bellows, Henry Whitney, 1814-1882.                             Benedict, Erastus Cornelius, 1800-1880, comp.
   Relation of Christianity to human nature.                   and tr.
Boston, W. Crosby and H. P. Nichols. 1847                         The hymn of Hildebert and other mediaeval
A sermon preached at the ordination of Mr. Frederick           hymns.
N. Knapp, as colleague pastor of the First                     New York, A.D.F. Randolph. 1867
Congregational church in Brookline, Mass, on                   x p., 1 leave, 128 p.; 24.5 cm.; "Edition 50 copies.".
Wednesday, Oct. 6, 1847.; 1 p.l., 47 p.; 24 cm.                   Reel: 15, No. 254
   Reel: 8, No. 168
                                                               Benedict, Erastus Cornelius, 1800-1880, ed. and
Bellows, Henry Whitney, 1814-1882.                             tr.
    A sermon preached at the installation of Adams                 The hymn of Hildebert and other mediaêval
Ayer, as associate pastor of the Unitarian society in          hymns, with translations.
Charlestown, N.H., June 7, 1855.                               A new and enlarged ed. New York, A.D.F. Randolph
Brattleboro [Vt.] O.H. Platt. 1855                             & co. 1868
... with the Charge, Right hand of fellowship and              xiii, [3], 143 p.; 19 cm.; The Latin and English of the
Address to the people ...; 32 p.                               hymns on opposite pages.
    Reel: 15, No. 252                                              Reel: 15, No. 255

Belshaw, Robert Redman.                                        Benedict, Frank Lee, 1834-1910.
   Ode to Washington.                                            The shadow worshiper, and other poems.
[n.p.]. [n.d.]                                                 New York, J.S. Redfield. 1857
[Broadside poem (clipping) from an old scrapbook];             197 p.; 19.5 cm.
Unpaged.                                                          Reel: 15, No. 256
   Reel: 8, No. 168.1
                                                               Benedict, Joel.
Bemis, Stephen, 1774-1828.                                        A sermon delivered at the funeral of the Reverend
    Coquet turned preacher; or a true copy, of a series        Levi Hart, … who died October 27, 1808.
of letters, to a young lady in Westminster.                    Norwich, Printed by Russell Hubbard. 1809
[n.p.]. [1812?]                                                [2], [5]-31 p.; 26 cm.; Poem appended.
16 p.; 17 cm.                                                     Reel: 6, No. 170
    Reel: 6, No. 167
                                                               Benjamin, Mary Gladding (Wheeler), 1814-1871.
Ben Asaph, pseud.                                                  The missionary sisters: a memorial of Mrs.
   The moriad; or, End of the Jewish state.                    Seraphina Haynes Everett, and Mrs. Harriet Martha
Nashville. 1854                                                Hamlin, Late missionaries of the A. B. C. F. M. at
a Christian Jew of the third century. Translated from          Constantinople.
the Syriac Hebrew, by Anslem Korlstoff.; 261, xi p.;           Boston, American tract society. [1860]
18 cm.                                                         viii, [11]-335 p.; front., 2 port.; 10.5 cm.
   Reel: 15, No. 253                                               Reel: 16, No. 257

Benedict, Alanson, 1798-1833.                                  Benjamin, Park, 1809-1864.
   A valedictory poem, delivered in the chapel of                  Infatuation: a poem, spoken before the Mercantile
Yale college, 18 July, 1821.                                   library association of Boston, October 9, 1844.
New Haven. 1821                                                Boston, W.D. Ticknor and company. 1844
15 p.                                                          Published by the association.; 31 p.; 23 cm.
   Reel: 8, No. 169                                                Reel: 8, No. 171

Benedict, David, 1779-1874.                                    Benjamin, Park, 1809-1864.
   A poem delivered in Taunton, September 16th,                   A poem on the meditation of nature, spoken
1807, at the anniversary election of the Philandrian           September 26th, 1832, before the Association of the
society.                                                       alumni of Washington college.
Boston, Belcher & Armstrong, printers. 1807                    Hartford, F.J. Huntington. 1832
19 p.; 21 cm.                                                  23, [1] p.; 25 cm.
   Reel: 6, No. 168                                               Reel: 8, No. 172



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                                       American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                             Author Index

Benjamin, Park, 1809-1864.                                   Bennett, William Cox, 1820-1893.
   Poetry: a satire, pronounced before the Mercantile           To Mr. and Mrs. James T. Fields of Boston, U.S.
Library association at its twenty-second anniversary.        from W.C. Bennett.
New York, J. Winchester. 1842                                London [Wertheimer & Co.]. 1860
40 p.; 24.5 cm.                                              May 1860.; 84 p.; 18 cm.
   Reel: 8, No. 173                                             Reel: 16, No. 263
[Benjamin, Park] 1849-1922.                                  Bennett, William Cox, 1820-1893.
    Shakings.                                                    The worn wedding-ring, and other poems.
Boston, Lee & Shepard. [c1867]                               London, Chapman and Hall. 1861
Etchings from the Naval academy, by a member of              viii, 192 p.; 8; Half-title.
the class of '67, engraved by John Andrew.; [63] p.;             Reel: 16, No. 264
illus.; 17 x 26 cm.
    Reel: 16, No. 258                                        Bennison, D.M.
                                                                Poems original and selected.
Benjamin, Samuel Green Wheeler.                              Boston. 1847
   Constantinople, The isle of perls, and other              144 p.
poems.                                                          Reel: 8, No. 176
Boston, N.J. Bartlett. 1860
96 p.                                                        Benson, John, 1744-1818.
   Reel: 16, No. 259                                            A short account of the voyages, travels and
                                                             adventures of John Benson; comprising seven
Benner, Enos.                                                voyages to different parts of the world; interspersed
   Das neue buchstabir und lesebuch, zum gebrauch            with anecdotes and observations upon men and
deutscher volksschulen in Pennsylvannien und                 manners.
andern staaten.                                              [n.p.], Published by John C. Benson. [1818]
Sumnytaun, Gedreckt von E. Benner fur S. Diehl.              120 p.; 17 cm.; Hymns p. [107]-112.
1848                                                            Reel: 6, No. 171
144 p.; illus.; 16 cm.
   Reel: 8, No. 174                                          Bentley, Oliver Carleton.
                                                                The flower of Roussillon; a poem.
Bennett, Alvin.                                              [n.p.] December. 1866
   A poem on "Woman's rights.".                              [9], 8-86 p.; 21 cm.
Holmer, N.Y., Dixon & Case, printers. 1855                      Reel: 16, No. 265
7 p.; 21 cm.
   Reel: 16, No. 260                                         Benton, David D.
                                                                 An exhibition in the Hall of Inanimate Speakers;
Bennett, Emerson.                                            or, A Personification of various material and ideal
   The brigand: a poem.                                      objects: designed, not only to amuse, but to improve
New York. 1842                                               the mind in virtue, piety and benevolence.
36 p.                                                        Ravenna, Ohio, Printed by Dewey and Wadaworth.
   Reel: 8, No. 175                                          1843
                                                             112 p.; 18 cm.
Bennett, Emily Thacher B.                                        Reel: 8, No. 177
   Song of the rivers.
New York, Dexter and company; Cincinnati, R.W.               Benton, W.C.
Carroll & co. 1865                                              The past, the present, the future: a poem.
262 p.; 19 cm.                                               Hudson, printed by M.P. Williams. 1865
   Reel: 16, No. 261                                         16 p.; 25 cm.
                                                                Reel: 16, No. 266
[Bennett, Joseph William] 1811-1883.
   The misanthrope of the mountain.                          Beranger, Pierre Jean De, 1780-1857.
New Haven, Published for the author, by A.H.                     Beranger: two hundred of his lyrical poems, done
Maltby. 1833                                                 into English verse, by William Young.
A poem...; 48 p.; 19 cm.                                     New York, George P. Putnam, D. Appleton. 1850
   Reel: 8, No. 175.1                                        [viii], 400, [1] p.; 21 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 16, No. 267
Bennett, Mary E, b. 1841.
   Poems and tales, by Mary Campbell, Mary Mel,              Beranger, Pierre Jean de, 1780-1857.
etc., noms de plume of M. E. B.                                  Songs of Beranger in English; with a sketch of the
New York, T.W. Strong. 1851                                  author's life [R. W. C.].
160 p.; 19 cm.; Copy presented to Jenny Lind by              Philadelphia. 1844 [c1843]
author.                                                      xii, [17]-148 p.
   Reel: 16, No. 262                                             Reel: 8, No. 178


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                                        American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                              Author Index

[Beresford, Richard] 1755-1803.                                 [Berquin, Arnaud] 1749-1791.
   Nugae canorae; consisting of a few minor poems.                  The looking-glass for the mind; or The juvenile
Charleston, Printed by W.P. Young, Franklin's head,             friend, being a valuable collection of interesting and
no. 43, Broad street. 1797                                      miscellaneous incidents, calculated to exhibit to
By the author of A plea for literature.; 28 p.; 23 cm.          young minds the happy effects of youthful innocence,
   Reel: 6, No. 172                                             and filial affection, in prose and verse; designed to
                                                                improve and amuse the rising generation.
Bergh, Henry, 1823-1886.                                        Philadelphia, Printed and published by John Bioren,
   "Married off": (a New port sketch).                          no. 88, Chesnut street. 1819
New York, Carleton, Publisher (late Rudd &                      iv, 271 p.; front., illus.; 18.5 cm.
Carleton). 1862                                                     Reel: 7, No. 174
[3], 6-73 p.; illus., 2 plates.
   Reel: 16, No. 268                                            Berry, Ira, b. 1801.
                                                                   The canonization of Santa Clause.
Bergrath, Innocent A., tr.                                      Portland, Me., Berry, Printer. [1870?]
   Aner's return; or, The migration of a soul.                  Christmas Eve, 1870.; 12 p.; 17 cm.
New York, P. O'Shea. [1867]                                        Reel: 17, No. 273
An allegorical tale. By Alto S. Hoermann, O.S.B.,
translated from the original German.; 294, vi p.; 19.5          Berry, Sarah W.
cm.; 6 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.                 The May flower, as exhibited by the S. P. society
   Reel: 16, No. 269                                            of the New Jerusalem church, at Mechanic's hall,
                                                                May 1, 1867.
Berlin (Mass.).                                                 Portland, Stephen Berry. 1867
    Memorial record of the soldiers of Berlin, in the           [2], 12, [2] p.; 19 cm.; Cover-title.; 1 page of
great rebellion, with the exercises at the dedication of        publisher's notices at beginning and 2 pages at end of
the tablets of the deceased, Memorial hall, and the             book.
Town house, Wednesday, March 2d, 1870, Berlin,                      Reel: 17, No. 274
Mass.
Clinton, Printed by W.J. Coulter. 1870                          Best, Larry.
46 p.; 23 cm.; "Address accepting the building. By                 The planet: a song of a distant world.
Hon. Wm. Bassett," [2] p., inserted between p. 8 and            Cambridge, printed at the Riverside Press. 1869
9.; Includes a poem, by Josiah Bride.                           [6], 161 p.; Half-title.
    Reel: 17, No. 270                                              Reel: 17, No. 275

Bernard, of Cluny, 12th cent.                                   Beta Theta Phi.
   The celestial country.                                          Address by Edward B. Stevens, and poem by Rev.
New York, E.P. Dutton. [c1868]                                  John Hogarth Lazier, delivered before the national
From the rhythm of St. Bernard. Translated by Rev.              convention of the Beta Theta Phi, July 8th., 1869.
John Mason Neale, D.D. ...; 20 p.; 17 cm.; "This                Chicago, Press of Church, Goodman and Donnelley.
reprint follows the seventh English edition, where the          1869
translator's work was revised by himself for the last           32 p.; Title of poem: What of the day?.
time."; Illustrated t.-p.                                          Reel: 17, No. 276
   Reel: 17, No. 271
                                                                Bethune, George Washington, 1805-1862.
Bernard, of Cluny, 12th cent.                                      Lays of love and faith.
   The celestial country, by Bernard de Morlaix.                Philadelphia, Lindsay and Blakiston. 1848
Charleston, S.C., J. Russell. 1870                              With other fugitive poems.; viii, [13]-184 p.; 23 cm.
Translated by J. M. Neale.; 31 p.; music 14 cm.;                   Reel: 8, No. 179
Cover title.; Translation of a portion of the author's
De contemptu mundi.                                             Bethune, George Washington, 1805-1862.
   Reel: 17, No. 272                                               Lays of love and faith, with other fugitive poems.
                                                                Philadelphia. 1848 [c1847]
Berni, Francesco, 1497?-1535.                                   184 p.
   The enchanted lake of the Fairy Morgana.                        Reel: 8, No. 180
New York, Printed and published by Isaac Riley and
Co. Lexitypographic office. 1806                                Bethune, George Washington, 1805-1862.
From the Orlando inamorato of Francesco Berni.; vii,               Memoirs of Mrs. Joanna Bethune, by her son.
67 p.; front.; 22 cm.                                           New York, Harper & Brothers. 1863
   Reel: 6, No. 173                                             With an appendix, containing extracts from the
                                                                writings of Mrs. Bethune.; 250, [14] p.; incl. plates.;
                                                                20 cm.; 14 pages of publisher's notices at end of
                                                                book.
                                                                   Reel: 17, No. 277



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                                             Author Index

Bethune, George Washington, 1805-1862.                         Bible. Bible stories for children. 1846.
   Papers and documents relating to the separation of             [Bible stories for children].
the Rev. G. W. Bethune.                                        [n.p.]. [1846]
New York, John P. Prall. 1863                                  [72] p.; illus.; 10 cm.
from the Rev. Prot. Dutch on the Heights, Brooklyn.;              Reel: 9, No. 182
40 p.; 23 cm.; "Published at his request, for private
distribution.".                                                Bible. English. 1829.
   Reel: 17, No. 278                                              The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New
                                                               Testaments: translated out of the original tongues,
Bethune, George Washington, 1805-1862.                         and with the former translations diligently compared
     Services at the funeral of the Rev. Jacob Brodhead        and revised.
D.D.                                                           New York: Sterotyped by E. and J. White, for "The
New York, John A. Gray. 1855                                   American Bible Society,". 1829
... and a discourse on the occasion of his decease...;         Stereotype ed.; 703, [1], 215 p.; 23 cm.
[3], 8-56 p.; front.; 23 cm.; Half-title.                         Reel: 9, No. 183
     Reel: 17, No. 279
                                                               Bible. English. 1848.
The Better sort; or, A girl of spirit; An operatical              The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New
comical farce.                                                 Testaments: translated out of the original tongues;
Boston, Printed at Boston, by Isaiah Thomas and                and with the former translations diligently compared
company. Sold at their bookstore, no. 45, Newbury              and revised, by His Majesty's special command.
street, and at Saul Thomas's bookstore in Worcester.           London, G.E. Eyre and W. Spottiswoode. 1848
1789                                                           Appointed to be read in churches.; Unp.; maps.; 16
50, [1] p.                                                     cm.
    Reel: 7, No. 175                                              Reel: 9, No. 184

Bettner, George.                                               Bible. English. 1851. Authorized.
   Harmoniae caelestes; or, Christian melodies: and               The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New
other poems.                                                   Testaments, together with the Apocrypha; translated
New York. 1833 [c1832]                                         out of the original tongues, and with the former
147 p.                                                         translations diligently compared and revised.
   Reel: 8, No. 181                                            New York, Leavitt & Allen. [1851?]
                                                               To which are added the Concordance and Psalms in
Beveridge, John, d. 1767.                                      metre.; Variously paged.; front.; 30 cm.
   Epistolae familiares et alia quaedam miscellanea.              Reel: 17, No. 284
Philadelphia, Printed for the author by William
Bradford, at the London Coffee House, at the corner            Bible. English. O.T. Job. Paraphrases.
of Market and Front streets. 1765                                 The book of Job.
Familiar epistles and other miscellaneous pieces,              Boston, Printed for the editor. 1866
wrote originally in Latin verse ... to which are added         [An interpretation by William Batchelder Greene];
several translations into English verse, by different          144 p.
hands.; xi, 88 p.                                                 Reel: 17, No. 280
   Reel: 7, No. 176
                                                               Bible. English. O.T. Prophets. 1868.
Bible, English. 1791.                                              A new translation of the Hebrew prophets, with an
   The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New                  introduction and notes.
Testaments; translated out of the original tongues;            Boston, American Unitarian association. 1868
and with the former translations diligently compared           By George R. Noyes ... Fourth edition.; 2 v.; 20 cm.
and revised, by His Majesty's special command.                     Reel: 17, No. 281
Edinburgh, Printed by Mark and Charles Kerr, His
Majesty's printers. 1791                                       Bible. English. O.T. Psalms. 1867. tr. Noyes.
1 v. (unpaged).                                                   A new translation of the book of Psalms and of the
   Reel: 7, No. 178                                            Proverbs, with introductions, and notes, chiefly
                                                               explanatory.
Bible, O.T. Genesis. English. Paraphrases. 1816.               Boston, American Unitarian association. 1867
   Paraphrase on the book of Genesis; a poetical               By George R. Noyes ... 3d ed.; 421 p.; 20 cm.
essay.                                                            Reel: 17, No. 282
Providence, Printed at the American Office, by
Goddard & Mann. 1816                                           Bible. English. Paraphrases. 17--.
By Arthur Matthews.; 76 p.                                        [The Bible in verse.].
   Reel: 7, No. 180                                            [n.p.]. [17--?]
                                                               1 v.; 13 cm.; Imperfect: lacks title page and unknown
                                                               number of leaves.
                                                                  Reel: 7, No. 179


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                                         American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                               Author Index

Bible. English. Paraphrases. 1870. Murray.                       Bickerstaff, Bridget, pseud.
   Bible lyrics, by Rev. John A. Murray.                            The works of Bridget Bickerstaff, in nine
New York, C.F. Vent. 1870                                        volumes.
502 p.; illus.; 23 cm.                                           Rochester: William A. Welles, printer. 1842
   Reel: 17, No. 283                                             Edited by Patrick Pennyless [pseud.] V.1.; 1 v.; 15
                                                                 cm.
Bible. English. Selections. 1850.                                   Reel: 10, No. 188
    The hieroglyphick Bible; or, Select passages in the
Old and New Testaments, represented with                         Bicknell, Thomas William, ed.
emblematical figures, for the amusement of youth.                   An historical address and poem, delivered at the
Hartford, S. Andrus & son. 1850                                  centennial celebration of the incorporation of the
To which are subjoined, a short account of the lives             town of Barrington, [R.I.] June 17, 1870.
of the Evangelists, and other pieces.; 132 p.; front.,           Providence, Printed by Providence press company.
illus.                                                           1870
    Reel: 9, No. 185                                             With an historical appendix. Edited by Thomas W.
                                                                 Bicknell, A.M.; 3 p.l., [5]-192 p.; front. plates. ports.,
Bible. Micmac. O.T. Psalms. tr. Rand.                            fold. plan.; 21 cm.
   The buk ov Samz.                                                 Reel: 18, No. 286
Bath, Printed for the British and foren Beibel
Soseietis, by Elizak Pitman. 1859                                Biddle, Horace Peters, 1811-1900.
In Mikmak.; 282 p.; 15.5 cm.; Translated by Silas T.                Poems.
Rand.; In phonetic characters.                                   New York, Hurd and Houghton. 1868
   Reel: 18, No. 285                                             2 p.l., [vii]-xvi p., 1 l., 341 p.; 17 cm.; Title vignette.
                                                                    Reel: 18, No. 287
Bible. N.T. Gospels. English. Harmonies. 1845.
Authorized.                                                      Biddle, Nicholas, 1786-1844.
    The life, doctrine, and sufferings of our blessed               An ode to Bogle.
Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ; as recorded by the                Philadelphia, Privately printed for F.J. Dreer. 1865
four Evangelists; with moral reflections, critical               July 16, 1829...; 8 p.; front. (port.); 31 cm.
illustrations, and explanatory notes by the Reverend                Reel: 18, No. 288
Henry Rutter.
New York, Johnson, Fry & co. [1845?]                             [Biddle, Nicholas] 1786-1844.
New ed., rev. & cor.; 3 p.l., [5]-535 p.; front., plates.           An ode to Bogle.
28 cm.                                                           [n.p.]. [n.d.]
    Reel: 10, No. 186                                            7 p.; 22 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 10, No. 188.1
Bible. O.T. Prophets. English. 1833.
   A new translation of the Hebrew prophets                      Bidwell, Barnabas, 1763-1833.
arranged in chronological order.                                    An oration, delivered at the celebration of
Boston, C. Bowen. 1833-1837                                      American independence, at Stockbridge, July, 1795.
By George R. Noyes.; 3 v.; 22 cm.                                Published at the request of the Committee, Printed at
   Reel: 10, No. 187                                             Stockbridge [Mass.] by Loring Andrews. 1795
                                                                 21, [2] p.; 19.5 cm.
Bible. O.T. Psalms. English. Paraphrases. 1818.                     Reel: 8, No. 183
   The Psalms of David; imitated in the language of
the New Testament, and applied to the Christian state            Bigelow, Abijah, 1775-1860.
and worship. By I. Watts.                                           The sabbath.
Newburyport, Published for West & Richardson, R.P.               Worcester, Printed by H. J. Howland. 1842
& C. Williams, Boston; Bill Blake & Co., Bellows                 A poem. In two part...; vi, [7]-56 p.; 18.5 cm.
Falls, Vermont; J. Milligan, Georgetown, (Col.) and                 Reel: 10, No. 189
E.W. Allen, Newburyport; William Hastings, printer.
1818                                                             [Bigelow, Abijah] 1775-1860.
563 p.                                                              Essays on various subjects; to which is added, A
   Reel: 7, No. 181                                              short treatise on the art of praising one's self; and
                                                                 several poetical fragments, by Garrulus [pseud.].
Bible. O.T. Song of Solomon. English. 1803.                      Leominster, Massachusetts, Printed at the press of the
   The Song of songs, which is by Solomon.                       Telescope. 1801
Philadelphia, Printed by William W. Woodward, no.                92 p.; 17 cm.
52, south Second, corner of Chesnut street. 1803                    Reel: 8, No. 184
A new translation, with a commentary and notes. By
T. Williams ...; 354, [2] p.; 21.5 cm.
   Reel: 8, No. 182




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                                        American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                              Author Index

Bigelow, Jacob, 1787-1879.                                   Bigelow, Samuel, b. 1738.
   Eolopoesis.                                                  A true Christian, delineated under the similitude
New York, J.C. Derby. [c1855]                                of a little child; in twenty-four particulars, in plain
American rejected addresses. Now first published             and homely verse.
from the original manuscripts.; 240 p.; 19 cm.               [n.p.] Printed by request of many friends. [1795?]
   Reel: 18, No. 290                                         16 p.; 14 cm.
                                                                Reel: 8, No. 188
Bigelow, Jacob, 1787-1879.
   A poem on professional life, delivered by                 Biglow, William, 1773-1844.
appointment of the Society of Phi Beta Kappa, at                Education; a poem, spoken at Cambridge at the
their anniversary, August 29, 1811.                          request of the Phi Beta Kappa Society, July 18th,
Boston, Published by J. Belcher. 1811                        1799.
15 p.; 24 cm.                                                Printed at Salem by Joshua Cushing. 1799
   Reel: 8, No. 185                                          17 p.
                                                                Reel: 8, No. 190
Bigelow, Marion Albina (Purmont).
   The northern harp, containing songs from the St.          Biglow, William, 1773-1844.
Lawrence, and forest melodies.                                  A poem on intemperance.
New York, Carleton & Phillips. 1853                          [Cambridge] Metcalf, Torry, and Ballou. 1834
400 p.                                                       12 p.; 20 cm.
   Reel: 18, No. 292                                            Reel: 10, No. 191
Bigelow, Marion Albina (Purmont).                            Biglow, William, 1773-1844.
   The northern harp, containing songs from the St.             Sawney, redivivus et restauratus; or,
Lawrence, and forest melodies.                               Miscellaneous verses.
New York, Carlton & Phillips. 1854                           Boston, Printed for the Author. 1816
400 p.; 14 cm.                                               [No. 1-2.]; 2 v.; Cover title.
   Reel: 18, No. 293                                            Reel: 8, No. 193

Bigelow, Marion Albina (Purmont).                            Biglow, William, 1773-1844.
   The northern harp: containing songs from the St.             Select odes of Anacreon.
Lawrence, and forest melodies.                               Cambridge, University Press - Hilliard and Metcalf.
Auburn, N.Y., Derby & Miller. 1852                           1817
400 p.; front.; 15 cm.                                       Translated into English verse, from the Greek, as
   Reel: 18, No. 291                                         published in Dalzel's Collectanea minora; 6-18, [2] p.
                                                                Reel: 8, No. 194
Bigelow, Marion Albina (Purmont).
   Songs from the St. Lawrence; or, Occasional               [Biglow, William] 1773-1844.
poems.                                                          Classology: an anacreontic ode, in imitation of
New York, Lane & Scott. 1851                                 "Heathen mythology.".
176 p.; 15.5 cm.                                             Boston, Thurston, Torry, and Emerson. 1843
   Reel: 18, No. 294                                         8 p.; 22 cm.
                                                                Reel: 10, No. 190
Bigelow, Mary Ann Hubbard (Townsend), d.
1870.                                                        [Biglow, William] 1773-1844.
   The kings and queens of England, with other                  Commencement, a poem; or rather,
poems.                                                       Commencement of a poem.
Boston, Published for the author by S.K. Whipple             Salem [Mass.] Printed by Thomas C. Cushing. 1811
and co. 1853                                                 Recited before the Phi Beta Kappa Society, in their
[11], viii-142 p.; 24 cm.                                    dining hall, in Cambridge, Aug. 29, 1811. By a
   Reel: 18, No. 289                                         Brother ...; 8 p.; 24 cm.
                                                                Reel: 8, No. 189
Bigelow, Samuel, b. 1738.
    A poem, suitable for the present day.                    [Biglow, William] 1773-1844.
Worcester. 1776                                                 Re-Commencement, commencement again,
In five parts, New York, Chas. Fred. Heartman,               Commencement in earnest, Commencement indeed,
1915.; 26 p.; (Heartman's historical series, no. 14);        etc.
Reprint of Worcester, 1776 edition (Wegelin 19).             Boston, J. Belcher. 1812
    Reel: 8, No. 186                                         Called also Censure, Scandal, Vague report,
                                                             Common pain, Matter and things in general, or What
                                                             you please, recited before the associated teachers of
                                                             youth in the town of Boston, October 30, 1811, by a
                                                             Brother.; 11 p.
                                                                Reel: 8, No. 191


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                                              Author Index

[Biglow, William] 1773-1844.                                    Biographical Sketches of Miss Olive Graves, who
    Re-re-commencement; a kind of a poem,                       died at Middletown, Conn., March 4th, 1849, in the
calculated to be recited before an "assemblage" of              78th year of her age.
New-England divines, of all the various                         Middletown, Conn., W.D. Starr. 1849
denominations, but which never was so recite and in             63, [2] p.; 15.5 cm.
all human probability never will be.                               Reel: 10, No. 195
Salem, Printed by Thomas C. Cushing. 1812
By a friend of everybody and every soul ...; 8 p.; 23.5         Biographical, historical and incidental sketch [of]
cm.                                                             Ossian E. Dodge.
    Reel: 8, No. 192                                            New York, F. Scott. [185?]
                                                                cover-title, iv, 44, [1] p. illus.; 22 cm. (Scott's dime
Bigney, Mark Frederick, 1817-1886.                              library, no. 10).
   The forest pilgrims, and other poems.                            Reel: 10, No. 193
New Orleans, J.A. Gresham; New York, M. Doolady.
1867                                                            Biographical, historical and incidental sketch of
[5], x-258 p.; 19 cm.                                           Ossian E. Dodge.
   Reel: 18, No. 295                                            [Boston, Wright & Potter]. [186-?]
                                                                [2], iv, 44, [2] p.; Portrait on cover.; Includes songs
Billerica (Mass.).                                              sung by Ossian E. Dodge and William Hayward.;
   Celebration of the two hundredth anniversary of              One page of publisher's notices at end of book.
the incorporation of Billerica, Massachusetts, May                 Reel: 19, No. 299
29th, 1855; including the proceedings of the
committee, address, poem, and other exercises of the            The Biography and phrenological character of
occasion.                                                       Deacon John Phillips: with the addresses, poem, and
Lowell, S.J. Varney. 1855                                       original hymns of the celebration of his C birth-day.
With an appendix...; 152 p.; 23 cm.                             Southbridge: O.D. Haven, book and job printer. 1860
   Reel: 18, No. 296                                            27 p.; illus.; (port.); 23 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 19, No. 301
Billings, Charles.
   A salutation, written for "the Gem," and read at a           A Biography of the life and tragic death of Elder
public exhibition of the K. A. Association, on                  Caleb M. Dyer, together with the poem and eulogies
Saturday, the 23d of Oct., 1852 [and] The old                   at his funeral, July 21, 1863.
soldier's return, a poem.                                       Manchester, N.H., Gage, Moore & co. 1863
[Newbury, Vt.?, Newbury Seminary]. [1852?]                      16 p.
16 p.; 14 cm.                                                       Reel: 19, No. 302
   Reel: 19, No. 297
                                                                The Bird of birds, or a Musical medley; being a rich
Bingham, Luther Goodyear, 1798-1877.                            and diversified collection of miscellaneous and
   ...Memoir of Scovell Haynes McCollum, the little             patriotic songs.
Syracuse boy.                                                   Printed and published at New York. 1818
New York, Board of publication of the Reformed                  141, [3] p.
Protestant Dutch church. 1861                                      Reel: 8, No. 196
2 v. in 1.; fronts (v. 1, port.) fold. facsim.; 15.5 cm.
   Reel: 19, No. 298                                            Bird, James.
                                                                    Poetical effusions.
Binney, Amos, 1802-1878.                                        n. p. [1840]
   Poetic essays, to aid the devotions of pious people.         Dedicated to Miss Hayzen.; unp.; 19 cm.
Boston, Printed by Lincoln & Edmands. 1822                          Reel: 10, No. 196
48 p.; 13 cm.
   Reel: 10, No. 192                                            Bird, Mark Baker, 1807-1880.
                                                                   The victorious.
Biographical sketch of Ann L. Boutelle.                         Kingston, Jamaica, M. De Cordova, McDougall &
Boston, Benjamin H. Greene. [c1836]                             co. 1866
2 ed.; 46 p.; 17 cm.                                            A small poem on the assasination of President
   Reel: 10, No. 194                                            Lincoln.; xvii, [2]-57 p.; 18.5 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 19, No. 303
Biographical sketch of the most Rev. John Hughes
D.D., archbishop of New York, with a portrait.                  Birdseye, George W., b. 1844.
New York, Office of the Metropolitan record. 1864                  ... Woman and the war: A poem.
[3], 6-64 p.; front.; (port.); 23.5 cm.                         New York, J. Dickson, book and job printer. 1865
   Reel: 19, No. 300                                            [5], 6-22, [2] p.; 18.5 cm.; At head of t.-p.
                                                                "Respectfully dedicated to Columbia's patriot
                                                                women".
                                                                   Reel: 19, No. 304


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                                             Author Index

Birney, James Gillespie, 1792-1857.                           Bissell, Champion.
   Correspondence between James G. Birney, of                    A poem pronounced before the Phi Beta Kappa
Kentucky, and several individuals of the Society of           society of Yale College, by Champion Bissell, July
Friends.                                                      24, 1861.
Haverhill [Mass.] Printed at the Essex gazette office.        New Haven, Printed by E. Hayes. 1861
1835                                                          Published by request of the society.; 18 p.; 20.5 cm.
8 p.; 22 cm.                                                     Reel: 19, No. 314
   Reel: 10, No. 197
                                                              Bissell, Champion, 1830-1899.
The Birth, parentage, and education of praise-God                The panic as seen from Parnassus and other
Barebone.                                                     poems.
[Philadelphia] Printed [by Andrew Steuart] for Jack           New York, T.J. Crowen. 1860
Northwester, at the sign of the white oak in Heart of         4 p.l., 286 p.; 19.5 cm.
Oak street. 1766                                                 Reel: 19, No. 313
To which is added, An Election ballad, or the
Lamentation of Mrs *** A true but doleful ditty.; 16          Bissell, John, 1820-1870.
p.; front. (port.).                                              The golden wedding.
    Reel: 8, No. 198                                          Boston. n.d
                                                              23 p.; 19 cm.
Bisbee, Marvin Davis, 1845-1913.                                 Reel: 19, No. 315
   The nameless grave, a poem written by M. D.
Bisbee, and delivered upon the 4th of July, 1866 at           Bissell, Mary L.
Meriden, N. H.                                                   The Lady Elgiva.
[Meriden, N. H.]. [1866]                                      New York, H.B. Durand. 1866
11 l.; 21 cm.; Written on one side of leaf only.              A Christmas myth by Mary L. Bissell.; 47 p.
   Reel: 19, No. 305                                             Reel: 19, No. 316

Bishop, James, 1790-1880.                                     Blachford, Lieutenant Colonel.
   A poem on the Maine law, addressed to                         The Ultimatum; a short tale with a long moral.
Christians.                                                   London [Ont.] J. Cameron book and job printer. 1867
Pawtucket, Mass., A.W. Pearce, printer. 1853                  31, [1] p.; On cover: 1866.
15 p.; 16 cm.                                                    Reel: 19, No. 317
   Reel: 19, No. 309
                                                              Black, George, 1819-1848?.
Bishop, James, 1790-1880.                                         Poems, miscellaneous and moral.
   The solar platform: a poem.                                Hartford, Press of William H. Burleigh. 1848
Pawtucket [R.I.] A.W. Pearce, printer. 1854                   vii, (1)10-44 p., 1 l.; 19 cm.
15 p.; 15 cm.                                                     Reel: 10, No. 198
   Reel: 19, No. 308
                                                              Blackall, Christopher Rubey.
Bishop, Levi, 1815-1881.                                         Nellie's work for Jesus.
   Poetical works [including] Teuchsa Grondie, a              New York, Broughton & Wyman. 1869
legendary poem.                                               Second Edition.; 12 p.; 18 cm.
Albany, Weed, Parsons & co. 1870                                 Reel: 19, No. 318
Printed for the author.; 446 p.
   Reel: 19, No. 306                                          Blackbeard; or, The Captive princess.
                                                              [n.p.]. [1817?]
Bishop, Maria J.                                              A Present for the new-year 1817.; 16 [i.e. 20] p.;
   Words to the mourner; or, Religious meditations.           illus.; Cover title.
Boston, E.P. Dutton & co. 1860                                    Reel: 8, No. 200
112 p.; Includes poetry.
   Reel: 19, No. 311                                          The Blackberry girl.
                                                              New-York, J.Q. Preble. [185-?]
Bishop, Marriet E., 1817-1883.                                10 l.; col. illus.; 19 cm.; (Golden toys).
    Minnesota, then and now.                                     Reel: 10, No. 198.1
St. Paul, D.D. Merrill, Randall & Co. 1869
100 p.; illus.; 19 cm.                                        Blackson, Lorenzo D., b. 1817.
    Reel: 19, No. 307                                            The rise and progress of the kingdoms of light and
                                                              darkness; or, The reign of Kings Alpha and Abadon.
Bishop, Putnam P.                                             Philadelphia, J. Nicholas. 1867
   Liberty's ordeal.                                          [5], 4-288 p.; plates, port.; 18 cm.
New York, Sheldon & company. 1864                                Reel: 19, No. 319
128 p.; 17 cm.
   Reel: 19, No. 312


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                                         American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                               Author Index

Blackwell, Robert.                                                Blake, Emma M.
    Original acrostics by Robert Blackwell on some of                Reliquiæ.
the southern states, Confederate generals, and various            [Charleston, Privately printed for D. Blake]. [1854]
other persons and things.                                         140 p.; 17.5 cm.
St. Louis: For the author at Southwestern Book and                   Reel: 20, No. 326
Publishing Co. 1869
Illustrated.; 100, iv p.; illus.; (incl. ports.); 19.5 cm.        Blake, Louisa.
    Reel: 20, No. 323                                                 Poems.
                                                                  Boston, Carter Hendee and co. 1832
Blackwell, Robert.                                                vii, 138 p.; 18 cm.
   Original acrostics on the states and presidents of                 Reel: 11, No. 200
the U.S., and various other subjects, religious,
political, and personal.                                          Blake, Mortimer, 1813-1884.
Nashville, Tenn., Published for the author. 1861                      Address delivered at the erection of a monument
[2], v-224 p.; incl. front.; illus. ports.; 20.5 cm.              to the memory of the Rev. Nathanael Emmons, D. D.
   Reel: 19, No. 320                                              at Franklin June 17, 1846.
                                                                  Boston, S. N. Dickinson & co. 1846
Blackwell, Robert.                                                16 p.
    Original acrostics on the states and presidents of                Reel: 11, No. 201
U.S. and various other subjects, religions, political
and personal.                                                     Blanchard, I.G.
Cincinnati, The author. 1868                                         Rhymes for the times.
Illustrated with portraits of all presidents and various          Boston, published by the author. 1870
other engravings.; x, p.l., [13]-224 p.; incl. illus.             16 p.; Covers bound in.
ports.; 19.5 cm.                                                     Reel: 20, No. 327
    Reel: 20, No. 322
                                                                  [Blanchard, Joshua Pollard] 1782-1868.
Blackwell, Robert.                                                   The slave mother's address to her infant child.
   Original acrostics, on some of the Southern States,            1842
and the most eminent men of the Southern                          1842.; (In The Narrative of Lunsford Lane,; [2] p. 15
Confederacy.                                                      cm.).
Virginia, Z.F. Milbourn. 1863                                        Reel: 11, No. 202
[2], 24 p.
   Reel: 19, No. 321                                              Bledsoe, Jesse, 1776-1837.
                                                                     Albany Register-extra-Tuesday, Jan. 28, 1812.
The Bladensburg races, written shortly after the                  [Albany] Printed at the Albany Register Office,
capture of Washington city.                                       Lutheran street. 1812
[n.p.]. [1865]                                                    Masonic oration, delivered by Jesse Bledsoe, esq., at
August 24, 1814. (Probably it is not generally known              Frankfort [Kentucky] on Friday, December 27, 1811,
that the flight of Mahomet, the flight of John Gilpin,            in honor of the late grand master Joseph H. Daviess,
and the flight of Bladensburg all occured on the                  esq. and others, who fell in the recent engagement
twenty-fourth of August)...1816.; 16 p.; 13 cm.; Half-            with the Indians on the Wabash. To which is added,
title.                                                            an ode, entitled, The battle of Tippacanoe, fought on
    Reel: 20, No. 324                                             the 7th Nov. 1811.; 16 p.; Cover title.
                                                                     Reel: 8, No. 204
Blair, Franklin Otis.
   A poem before the U. P. society.                               Bleecker, Ann Eliza.
Boston. 1844                                                         The posthumous works of Ann Eliza Bleecker, in
(In Wesleyan Academy, The, Wilbraham, Mass.                       prose and verse.
Union Philosophical Society. A catalogue, 1840-                   New-York, Printed by T. and J. Swords. no. 27,
1844.; 23 p.).                                                    William street. 1793
   Reel: 11, No. 199                                              To which is added, A collection of essays, prose and
                                                                  poetical, by Margaretta V. Faugeres.; 2 p.l., [12], 375
Blair, S.                                                         p.
   What I think; or, A kaleidoscopic review of the                   Reel: 8, No. 205
Horace Mann or Massachusetts system of common
schools.                                                          [Blenerhasset, Margaret (Agnew), Mrs.] ca. 1778-
Ware, Mass., R.L. Hathaway. 1867                                  1842.
24 p.; In 2 numbers...no. 1.                                          The widow of the rock, and other poems, by a
   Reel: 20, No. 325                                              Lady [pseud.].
                                                                  Montreal, E.V. Sparhawk. 1824
                                                                  vi, 1 l., [11]-192 p.; 19 cm.
                                                                      Reel: 11, No. 203



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                                        American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                              Author Index

The Blind sister.                                              Blount, Annie R.
Philadelphia, American Sunday School Union.                       Poems.
[1853?]                                                        Augusta, Ga., H.D. Norrell. 1860
[34] p.; illus.; One page of publisher's notices at end        276 p.; 19 cm.
of book.                                                          Reel: 20, No. 332
   Reel: 20, No. 328
                                                               Bluebeard; or The fatal effects of curiosity and
Bliss, Henry.                                                  disobedience.
   The genius of federalism, a poem, in three cantos.          Providence, Cory, Marshall and Hammond. [1830?]
Pittsfield, Printed by Phinehas Allen. 1813                    Embellished with elegant copperplate engravings.;
24 p.; 19.5 cm.                                                cover-title, 16 p.; 4 col. plates.; 14 cm.
    Reel: 8, No. 206                                              Reel: 11, No. 204
Bliss, Henry.                                                  Blunt, Ellen Kay, 1821-1884.
   Thanksgiving, a poem, in two parts.                            Bread to my children.
Pittsfield [Mass.], Printed by Phinehas Allen. May,            Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1856
1815                                                           124 p.; 18 cm.
24 p.; 20.5 cm.                                                   Reel: 20, No. 333
    Reel: 8, No. 207
                                                               Bly, Charles Henry, b. 1843?.
Blood, Benjamin Paul.                                             Poetry.
   The bride of the iconoclast.                                Springfield,Mass., George W. Wilson, printer. 1852
Boston and Cambridge, J. Munroe and company.                   commenced when he was only three years and three
1854                                                           months old, having previously made a number of
A poem. Suggestions toward the mechanical art of               ingenious little couplets which had not much notice
verse.; 131 p.; 19.5 cm.                                       taken of them.; 15 p.; illus.; 24.5 cm.; Half-title.
   Reel: 20, No. 329                                              Reel: 20, No. 334
Blood, Benjamin Paul.                                          Bodman, Manoah.
   The colonnades: a poem.                                         An oration on death, and the happiness of the
Amsterdam, N.Y. 1868                                           separate state, or The pleasures of paradise, with their
Author's private edition.; 113 (i.e.111) p.; 24 cm.; p.        probable changes and improvements: the last of
27-28 omitted in numbering.                                    which is much quoted from the late Dr. Watts,
   Reel: 20, No. 330                                           interspersed, however, with divers poetical sketches
                                                               of the author's.
Blood, Edwin.                                                  Williamsburgh [Mass.]: Printed by Ephraim
    The Washiad: or Siege of Washington.                       Whitman. 1817
[Newburyport? Mass.]. 1858                                     Also four hymns or poems of the author's ...; iv, 300
An epic poem, in three cantos. Being scenes from the           p.; 18 cm.
experience of an office seeker, and containing some                Reel: 9, No. 211
account of the conspiracy of the "Outsiders," to
secure appointments to the U.S. government offices             Bogart, Elizabeth, b. 1806.
in the custom house, and post office at Newburyport,               Driftings from the stream of life; a collection of
Mass. By an eminent conservative ... Canto first.; 26          fugitive poems.
p.; 17.5 cm.                                                   New York, Hurd and Houghton; Boston, E. P. Dutton
    Reel: 20, No. 331                                          and company. 1866
                                                               x, 307 p.; 18 cm.
Bloody Indian battle fought in Miami village                       Reel: 20, No. 335
November 4, 1791.
New Haven, Printed by Moses H. Woodward.                       Boies, C.A.1838-1863.
[1792?]                                                           Poem and valedictory oration, pronounced before
A mournful elegy on the occasion. And Jemmy and                the Senior class in Yale college, presentation day,
Nancy, a tragic garland.; 12 p.; Cover title.                  June 13, 1860.
   Reel: 8, No. 209                                            New Haven, Printed by Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor.
                                                               1860
Bloomfield, Obadiah Benjamin Franklin, pseud.                  32, [3] p.; 21.5 cm.; Half-title.
   The life and adventures of Obadiah Benjamin                    Reel: 20, No. 336
Franklin Bloomfield, M.D., a native of the United
States of America, now on the tour of Europe.                  Boies, Lura Anna, 1835-1859.
Philadelphia, Published for the proprietor. 1818                   Rural rhymes.
Interspersed with episodes and remarks, religious,             Saratoga Springs, Steam presses of G.M. Davison.
moral, public spirited, and humorous.; xi, [1], 210 p.;        1859
18 cm.                                                         Also an introduction from Rev. Joseph E. King.; xiii
   Reel: 8, No. 210                                            p., 1 l., [17]-189 p.; front. (port.); 22 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 20, No. 337

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                                         American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                               Author Index

Boies, Lura Anna, 1835-1859.                                    Boker, George Henry, 1823-1890.
   Rural rhymes.                                                   Poems of the war.
Saratoga Springs, Steam presses of G.M. Davison.                Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1864
1860                                                            [3], vi-202 p.; 18.5 cm.
Also, an intro- from Rev. Joseph E. King,; xiii, p.1 l.            Reel: 21, No. 343
[17]-302 p.; front. (port.); 23.5 cm.
   Reel: 20, No. 338                                            Boker, George Henry, 1823-1890.
                                                                    Taylor and Stoddard.
Boit, Edward Darley.                                            January 1, 1852
   Poem.                                                        In International Magazine.; pp. 13-18.; port.; 24 cm.
Cambridge, Welch, Bigelow & co. 1863                                Reel: 21, No. 345
In Harvard college. Class of 1863. Farewell sermon,
and oration and poem.; 54 p.; 25 cm.                            [Boker, George Henry] 1823-1890.
   Reel: 20, No. 339                                               How McClellan took Manassas.
                                                                New York, Private printer. 1864
Boker, George Henry, 1823-1890.                                 1 p.l., 4 p.; front. (port.); 31 x 24.5 cm.; "Only fifty
    Ann Bolyn: a tragedy.                                       copies printed."; Printed for Francis Sylvester
Philadelphia, A. Hart, late Carey and Hart. 1850                Hoffman?; Autographed presentation copy by F.S.
viii, [13]-225 p.; 18.5 cm.                                     Hoffman.
    Reel: 11, No. 205                                              Reel: 20, No. 340

Boker, George Henry, 1823-1890.                                 [Boker, George Henry] 1823-1890.
   Calaynos: a tragedy.                                            Tardy George.
Philadelphia, E.H. Butler & co. 1848                            New York, Private printer. 1865
iv p., 1 l., 9-218 p.; 19.5 cm.                                 1 p.l., 4 p.; 31 x 24 cm.; An edition of sixty copies
   Reel: 11, No. 206                                            printed.; Dated at end of text: January, 1862.; A satire
                                                                on Gen. George B. McClellan for delay in sending
Boker, George Henry, 1823-1890.                                 troops to the civil war.
   Calaynos: A tragedy.                                            Reel: 21, No. 344
Philadelphia, E.H. Butler & co. 1848
2nd edition.; iv p., 1 l., 9-218 p.; 19.5 cm.                   [Bolles, John R.] supposed author.
   Reel: 11, No. 207                                               Little Henry and his bird.
                                                                New York, Daniel Burgess & co. c1851
Boker, George Henry, 1823-1890.                                 [16] p.; col.; illus.; 19 cm.
   Calaynos: a tragedy, in five acts.                              Reel: 21, No. 346
London, G.H. Davidson. [1849]
Printed from the acting copy, with remarks,                     [Bolles, John R.] supposed author.
biographical and critical by D.-G. ...; 64 (i.e. 68) p.;           The lullaby, with original engravings.
front.; 15 cm (Camberland's British theatre. London,            New London [Conn.], Starr & Co. c1856
ca. 1825-55. v. 45 [no. 6]).                                    [16] p.; col.; illus.; 19 cm.; Poems.; Covers lacking.
   Reel: 11, No. 208                                               Reel: 21, No. 347

Boker, George Henry, 1823-1890.                                 Bolles, John Rogers, 1810-1895.
   Königsmark, The legend of the hounds and other                  Solitude and society; with other poems.
poems.                                                          New London, Bolles & Williams. 1847
Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & Co. 1869                        2ed.; 110, [8] p.; plates.
244 p.; 19 cm.                                                     Reel: 11, No. 213
   Reel: 20, No. 341
                                                                Bolles, John Rogers, 1810-1895.
Boker, George Henry, 1823-1890.                                    Solitude and society; with other poems.
   The lesson of life and other poems.                          New York and London, Wiley & Putnam; New
Philadelphia, G.S. Appleton. 1848                               London, Colfax & Bolles. 1846
[3]-190 p.; 20 cm.                                              110, [10] p.; front.; 19 cm.
   Reel: 11, No. 209                                               Reel: 11, No. 212

Boker, George Henry, 1823-1890.                                 [Bolles, John Rogers] 1810-1895.
   The Podesta's daughter, and other miscellaneous                 The lullaby, with original engravings.
poems.                                                          New York, M.F.C. Marsh. [185?]
Philadelphia, A. Hart, (late Carey and Hart). 1852              [10] p.; col. illus.; 19 cm.
[5], 14-156 p.; 18.5 cm.; Half-title.                              Reel: 11, No. 211
   Reel: 21, No. 342




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                                       American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                             Author Index

[Bolton, Aquila Massey] 1773-1857.                            [Bonner, T.D.].
   The art of domestick happiness, and other poems;              ... Temperance.
by The Recluse, author of The independency of the             [n.p.]. 1841
mind, affirmed.                                               7 p.; 18 cm.
Pittsburgh, Published by Robert Patterson. 1817                  Reel: 11, No. 216
316, [1] p.
    Reel: 9, No. 212                                          A Book for Emily.
                                                              Providence [R.I.] Geo. P. Daniels. 1839
[Bolton, Aquila Massey] 1773-1857.                            16 p. illus.; 11 cm.
   The independency of the mind, affirmed.                       Reel: 11, No. 217
Wheeling [W. Va.], Printed by Alexander Armstrong,
for Aquila M. Bolton, bookseller. 1807                        Book of cuts designed for the amusement and
A poem in two parts. With occasional notes ...; 80 p.;        instruction of young people.
15.7 cm.                                                      New York. 1837
   Reel: 9, No. 213                                           23 p.; illus.; 14 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 11, No. 218
[Bolton, Aquila Massey] 1773-1857.
   Some lines in verse about Shakers.                         Book of figures.
New York, W. Taylor & co. 1846                                New York: Printed and sold by Mahlon Day, at the
Not published by authority of the society so called.;         new juvenile book-store. [1833?]
56 p.; 24 cm.                                                 8 p. illus.; 8 cm.
   Reel: 11, No. 214                                             Reel: 11, No. 219

Bolton, Nathaniel.                                            A Book of good manners for girls and boys.
   A poem, on infidelty.                                      Providence, Geo. P. Daniels. 1848
Greenwich, John Howe, printer. 1808                           16 p. illus.; 11 cm.
[3], 6-16 p.; Cover title.                                       Reel: 11, No. 220
   Reel: 9, No. 214
                                                              [Book of manuscript poems...].
Bolton, Sarah (Knowles), 1841-1916.                           1827-1840
   Orlean Lamar, and other poems.                             Unpaged.; 18 cm.
New York [etc.] D. Appleton and company. 1864                    Reel: 11, No. 221
167 p.; 19.5 cm.
   Reel: 21, No. 348                                          Book of pictures and verses.
                                                              New York, Clement & Packard. [18--]
Bolton, Sarah T., 1814-1893.                                  10 p.; illus.; 8 cm.; Original wrappers.
   Poems.                                                        Reel: 9, No. 216
New York, Carleton. 1865
2 p.l., vii-xii, 13-300 p.; 19.5 cm.                          Book of pictures, and verses.
   Reel: 21, No. 349                                          Northampton, J. Metcalf, Printer. 1833
                                                              8 p. illus.; 9 cm.
Bolton, Sarah T., 1814-1893.                                     Reel: 11, No. 222
   Poems.
New York, Carleton. 1867                                      Book of riddles.
[4], vii-300 p.                                               N. Y., Samuel Wood & Sons. 1821
   Reel: 21, No. 350                                          28 p. illus.; 11 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 11, No. 223
[Bolton, William Jay] 1816?-1884.
  The harp of Pelham.                                         A Book of sonnets.
New York, Windt's Printery. 1844                              Lynchburg, Va., Johnson & Schaffter, printers. 1867
106 p.; 16 cm.                                                By a Virginian ...; 1 p.l., 31 p.; 18 cm.
   Reel: 11, No. 215                                            Reel: 21, No. 354

Bone, John Herbert A., b. 1830.                               Book of the Chronicles of the city of Samuel, being a
   Stories and legends; with other poems.                     sketch of the history of Easthampton.
Boston,M.A. Dow. 1852                                         Easthampton, Mass., printed for the publisher. 1867
[5], viii-120 p.; 18 cm.; Half-title.                         27 p.; 18.5 cm.
   Reel: 21, No. 351                                             Reel: 21, No. 355

Bonner, pseud.                                                A Book of trades, for ingenious boys.
   Poems of early years.                                      Providence, G.P. Daniels. 1839
Greencastle, Pa., C.P. Martin, printer. 1851                  16 p. illus.; 11 cm.
301 p.; Attributed to "Columbus F. Brown" in                     Reel: 11, No. 224
penciled note on t.-p.; Title on spine: The Harp.
   Reel: 21, No. 352

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                                              Author Index

Boone, W.J.                                                     Boston (Mass.). Second Society of Universalists.
   D'Arcy Dunn; or, The haunted church.                         Sunday School Teachers.
Windsor, [N.S.], New Publishing Library. 1867                      Our gift.
Also the English Anachron, and the American                     Boston, A. Tompkins. 1851
Anachron.; iv, 106 p.; Paging imperfect.                        144 p.; 16 cm.
   Reel: 21, No. 356                                               Reel: 22, No. 361
Booth, Mary H.C., 1831-1865.                                    Boston city: measured by the author of the
   Wayside blossoms.                                            "Phillipiad.".
Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1865                        Boston. 1849
[2], v-106 p.; 16.5 cm.; Half-title.                            60 p.
   Reel: 21, No. 357                                               Reel: 12, No. 227
Boston (Mass.).                                                 The Boston cries, and the story of The little
   An oration delivered before the municipal                    matchboy.
authorities of the city of Boston, July 5, 1858, by J.S.        New York, J.C. Riker. [1844?]
Holmes.                                                         This series of books illustrated by Brown and
Boston, G.C. Rand & Avery, city printers. 1858                  Worcester.; [13] p. col. illus.; 15.5 cm. (On cover:
Together with the speeches at the dinner in Faneuil             Grandmother's new toy books).
hall, and other ceremonies at the celebration of the               Reel: 12, No. 228
eighty-second anniversary of American
independence.; 107 p.; 24 cm.                                   Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society.
   Reel: 21, No. 358                                               Annual report.
                                                                Boston. 1836-1837
Boston (Mass.). City Council.                                   [2-3-4 reports in 1 v.]; 1 v.; 16.5-23 cm.
   Memorial of the inauguration of the statue of                   Reel: 12, No. 228.1
Franklin.
Boston, Prepared and printed by authority of the city           Boston Musical Institute.
council. 1857                                                      Oratorio at the Masonic Temple, on Sunday
412 p.; Half-title.                                             evening, Oct. 6, 1839.
   Reel: 22, No. 359                                            Boston, G.P. Oakes. 1839
                                                                cover-title, 16 p.; 18 cm.
Boston (Mass.). Common Council.                                    Reel: 12, No. 229
   Celebration of the introduction of the water of
Cochituate Lake into the city of Boston, October 25,            [Bosworth, Benjamin] 1615?-1700.
1848.                                                              Signs of apostacy lamented with A caution to
Boston, J.H. Eastburn, city printer. [1848]                     prevent scandal.
48 p.; 24 cm.                                                   [Boston?]. [1693]
   Reel: 11, No. 226                                            1 p.l., 4 p.; 19.5 cm.; Caption title.
                                                                   Reel: 9, No. 218
Boston (Mass.). Hollis Street Church.
   Proceedings in the controversy between a part of             Boteler, Alexander Robinson, 1815-1892.
the proprietors and the pastor of Hollis street church,            Speech of Hon. Alexander R. Boteler, of Virginia,
Boston.                                                         on the organization of the House.
Boston, Printed by S. N. Dickinson. [1839]                      Washington, W.H. Moore, printer. 1860
1838 and 1839.; 60 p.; 23.5 cm.                                 Delivered in the House of representatives January 25,
   Reel: 11, No. 225                                            1860.; 16 p.; 24.5 cm.; Contains also 'An incident of
                                                                1775' a poem by Mrs. L. H. Sigourney, and 'A bee
Boston (Mass.). Park Street Church.                             line for Boston,' by a daughter of Virginia, E. E. S.
   The semi-centennial celebration of the Park Street              Reel: 22, No. 362
church and society: held on the Lord's Day, February
27, 1859, with festival on the day following.                   Botsford, Edmund, 1745-1819.
Boston, H. Holt. 1861                                              Sambo & Toney, a dialogue in three parts.
[7], 10-166 p.; front.; (port.); 20 cm.; Half-title.            Georgetown, (S.C.) Printed by Francis M. Baxter.
   Reel: 22, No. 360                                            1808
                                                                46 p.; 11.5 cm.; Imperfect: p. 17-20 wanting.
Boston (Mass.). Sailors' Sung Harbor.                              Reel: 9, No. 220
   Proceedings on the occasion of laying the corner-
stone.
Boston, John Wilson & Son. 1857
on July 14, 1856.; 30 p.
   Reel: 126, No. 2261




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                                              Author Index

[Botsford, Edmund] 1745-1819.                                  [Boulton, Thomas].
   The spiritual voyage, performed in the ship                     The voyage; a poem in seven parts: containing
Convert, under the command of Captain Godly-fear,              reflections upon A farewell, Calm, Moderate breeze,
from the port of Repentance-unto-Life, to the haven            Hard gale, Shipwreack, Deliverance, and Return.
of Felicity on the continent of Glory.                         Boston, N.E., Printed for the author. 1773
[Charleston, S.C.?]. 1818                                      54 p.; 17 cm.
An allegory.; 84 p.; 12 cm.                                        Reel: 9, No. 224
   Reel: 9, No. 219
                                                               Bourne, Esther M.
Botsford, Margaret, fl. 1812-1828.                                 The snow storm.
   Viola; heiress of St. Valverde.                             San Francisco, Agnew & Deffebach. 1857
Philadelphia, R. Desilver, the town printer. 1829              [Illustrated by Charles Nahl]; v, 10 p.; illus.; 20.5
An original romance to which is annexed a variety of           cm.; Poem.; Preface by the author's father signed:
original poetical pieces. 2 ed.; 198 p.; 14.5 cm.              G.M. Bourne.; Half-title.
   Reel: 12, No. 231                                               Reel: 22, No. 364
[Botsford, Margaret, Mrs.] fl. 1812-1828.                      Bourne, William Oland.
   Viola; or, The heiress of St. Valverde, an original            "Dum vivimus vivamus!" While we live let us
poem in five cantos.                                           live; a poem delivered at the second semi-annual
Louisville, Ky., Printed by S. Penn, Jr. 1820                  meeting of the New York Society of Letters.
To which is annexed, Patriotic songs, sonnets, &c.             New York, Saxton & Miles. 1842
By a lady of Philadelphia, author of Adelaide.; 2 p.l.,        16 p.; 24 p.
[3]-96 p.                                                         Reel: 12, No. 233
   Reel: 9, No. 221
                                                               Bourne, William Oland.
[Botsford, Margaret] fl. 1812-1828.                                Gems from fable land: a collection of fables
  The reign of reform, or Yankee Doodle court.                 illustrated by facts.
Baltimore, Printed for the authoress. 1830                     New York, C. Scribner. 1853
By a lady.; iv, [5]-146 p.; 15 cm.                             336 p.; front., illus.; 18.5 cm.; Half-title.
   Reel: 12, No. 230                                               Reel: 22, No. 365
Botta, Anne Charlotte (Lynch), 1815-1891.                      Bourne, William Oland.
  Poems.                                                          Goldenlink; or, Tales and poems for the young.
New York, G.P. Putnam; [etc.]. 1849                            New York, Scribner. 1854
With illustrations by Durand, Huntington, Darley,              256 p.; pl.; Half-title.
Duggan, Rothermel, etc. Engraved by Bobbet and                    Reel: 22, No. 366
Edmonds.; v, [3], 9-189 p.; plates, port. 24 cm.
  Reel: 12, No. 232                                            Bourne, William Oland.
                                                                  The house that Jeff built.
[Botts, Anne Charlotte (Lynch)] 1815-1891.                     New York, The American News Co. [1868]
   Poems.                                                      [6], 3-16 p.; illus.; 23.5 cm.; Cover-title.
New York, G.P. Putnam and company. 1853                           Reel: 22, No. 367
With illustrations by Durand, Huntington, Darley,
Duggan, Rothermel, etc. Engraved by Bobbet and                 Bourne, William Oland.
Edmonds. New ed., enlarged.; 203, [2] p.; illus., incl.           Little silverstring; or, Tales and poems for the
front.; 24 cm.; Half-title.                                    young.
   Reel: 22, No. 363                                           New York, C. Scribner. 1853
                                                               256 p.; front., plates.; 17.5 cm.
Boudinot, Elias, 1740-1821.                                       Reel: 22, No. 368
   An oration delivered at Elizabeth-town, New-
Jersey, agreeably to a resolution of the State Society         Bourne, William Oland.
of Cincinnati, on the fourth of July, M.DCC.XCIII.                A poem before the literary societies of the New
Elizabeth-town, Printed by Shepard Kollock, at his             York free academy, July 25, 1853.
printing office and book store. 1793                           New York, printed by Edward O. Jenkens. 1853
Being the seventeenth anniversary of the                       15 p.; 23 cm.
independence of America...; 32 p.; 19 cm.                         Reel: 22, No. 369
   Reel: 9, No. 222
                                                               Bourne, William Oland.
[Boudinot, Elias] d. 1839.                                         Poems of hope and action.
    The pious Indian; or Religion exemplified in the           New York, G.P. Putnam. 1850
life of poor Sarah.                                            viii, [9]-143 p.; 22.5 cm.
Newburyport, Printed by W. & J. Gilman, book-                      Reel: 12, No. 234
sellers and stationers. 1820
12 p.; 18 cm.; Cover-title.
    Reel: 9, No. 223

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                                                  Author Index

Bourne, William Oland.                                          [Bowen, C.E., Mrs.].
   Poems of the republic.                                           ...The robin's Christmas Eve.
[New York, E.O. Jenkins, printer]. 1864                         New York, Koppel brothers. 1869
A contribution to the Metropolitan fair, New York,              With a translation in French poetry by J. Gustave
by Edward O. Jenkins.; 48 p.; 19.5 cm.                          Bonnet... professor of the French language and
   Reel: 22, No. 370                                            literature, Newport, R. I.; 11 p.; 25 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 22, No. 375
Bourne, William Oland.
   The Republic, a poem.                                        Bowker, J.
[n.p.]. [n.d.]                                                     Wreck-elections of a busy life.
[2], 9-16 p.                                                    Hartford, Conn., Kellogg & Bulkeley. c1867
   Reel: 22, No. 371                                            22 leaves. 24 x 31 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 22, No. 376
Bourne, William Oland.
   The Republic, a poem.                                        Bowles, James William.
New York, Richard Brinkerhoff. 1861                                 The world's fifth empire, and other poems.
8 p.; 19 cm.                                                    Louisville, Ky., J.P. Morton & co. 1860
   Reel: 22, No. 372                                            viii, [9]-310 p.; 18.5 cm.; Variant bindings.
                                                                    Reel: 22, No. 377
Bourne, William Oland.
   The sale of a distillery: a pencilling of the present        Bowman, Jacob L.
age.                                                                You and me; or, Sketches for both of us.
New York, Saxton & Miles. 1845                                  St. Louis, Mo., G. Knapp & co., printers. 1867
15, [1] p.; 23 cm.                                              viii, [9]-288 p.; front.; (port.); 18 cm.
   Reel: 12, No. 235                                                Reel: 23, No. 378

Bowdish, John.                                                  Boyd, William.
   Poem and address, delivered before the                           Human rights and King Andy; or, The apostate
Montgomery County Agricultural society, at Fonda,               president.
October 9th and 10th, 1861.                                     Washington, J.L. Pearson, printer. 1867
Canajoharie [N.Y.] L.S. Backus. 1861                            [2], 71, [3] p.; 23.5 cm.; 2 pages of publisher's notices
16 p.; 22 cm.                                                   at end of book.
   Reel: 22, No. 373                                                Reel: 23, No. 379

Bowdish, John.                                                  Boyd, William, d. 1800.
   Poem delivered before the Montgomery County                     Beauty, a poem delivered at Cambridge, on the
agricultural society, at Fonda, October 9th, 1861.              anniversary commencement, July 20, 1796.
Albany, J. Munsell. 1862                                        [n.p.]. [n.d.]
24 p.; 24.5 cm.; Half-title.                                    8 p.
   Reel: 22, No. 374                                               Reel: 9, No. 227

[Bowdoin, James] 1726-1790.                                     Boyd, William, d. 1800.
    A paraphrase on part of the oeconomy of human                  Woman; a poem delivered at a public exhibition,
life.                                                           April 19, at Harvard university, in the college chapel.
Boston, New England, Printed and sold by Green and              Boston, Printed by J.W. Folsom. 1796
Russell. 1759                                                   15 p.; 20 cm.
Inscribed to his excellency Thomas Pownall, esq.                   Reel: 9, No. 228
Governor of the province of the Massachusetts Bay.;
[6], 88 p.                                                      Boyington, Charles R.S., d. 1835.
    Reel: 9, No. 225                                               A statement of the trail of Charles R. S.
                                                                Boyington, who was indicted and executed for the
Bowen, Benjamin B., 1819-1905.                                  murder of Nathaniel Frost.
    A blind man's offering.                                     Mobile, [Ala.] Printed at the office of the Mercantile
Boston, The author. 1847                                        Advertiser. 1835
viii, [9]-432 p.; front.; (port.); 20 cm.                       To which is added a number of fugitive pieces, in
    Reel: 12, No. 236                                           verse, also written and composed by him.; 40 p.; 23
                                                                cm.
Bowen, Benjamin B., 1819-1905.                                     Reel: 12, No. 238
   A blind man's offering.
New York, The author. 1850
2ed.; viii, [9]-432 p.; front.; (port.); 20 cm.
   Reel: 12, No. 237




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                                              Author Index

Boyle, James, of Rome, Ohio.                                   [Brackenridge, Hugh Henry] 1748-1816.
    A letter from James Boyle to Wm. Lloyd Garrison                The death of General Montgomery, in storming
respecting the clerical appeal, sectarianism, true             the city of Quebec.
holiness, & c., also, Lines on Christian rest, by Mr.          Norwich [Conn.], Printed by J. Trumbull, for and
Garrison.                                                      sold by J. Douglass M'Dougall, on the west side of
Boston, I. Knapp. 1838                                         the Great bridge, Providence. 1777
xi, 43 p.                                                      A tragedy. With an ode, in honour of the
    Reel: 12, No. 239                                          Pennsylvania militia, and the small band of regular
                                                               continental troops who sustained the campaign in the
[Boyle, John Thomas] 1833-1912.                                depth of winter, January, 1777, and repulsed the
    Delirium tremens.                                          British forces from the banks of the Delaware. By the
Pottsville [Pa.], Bosbyshell brothers. 1866                    author of a dramatic piece, on the battle of Bunker's-
vi, [7]-73 p.; 19 cm.                                          hill. To which are added, elegiac pieces,
    Reel: 23, No. 380                                          commemorative of distinguished characters, by
                                                               different gentlemen ...; 68 p.; 18 cm.
Boynton, Enoch.                                                    Reel: 9, No. 230
   [Miscellaneous papers, including The general
preacher's primer, The general speaker's primer, The           [Brackenridge, Hugh Henry] 1748-1816.
signs of the times, and other manuscript writings of               A poem on divine revelation; being an exercise
[Enoch Boynton].                                               delivered at the public commencement at Nassau-
[Newbury (Byfield) Mass]. [1842-53.]                           hall, September 28, 1774.
Variously paged.                                               Philadelphia, Printed and sold by R. Atken,
   Reel: 12, No. 240                                           Bookseller, opposite the London Coffee Ship, Front
                                                               street. 1774
Boynton, N.                                                    [6], 22 [i.e. 23] p.; 22.5 cm.
   Original prose and poetry: embracing a variety of               Reel: 10, No. 233
novel, moral, and political subjects.
Derby, Vt., N. Boynton. 1856                                   Bracket, John.
[3], 253 p.; 15 cm.                                               A hymn, composed by John Bracket, of Dudley,
   Reel: 23, No. [?]                                           Massachusetts, on the death of his wife, expressing
                                                               her exercises of mind, together with his own; with
The Boys' and girls' little forget me not; or, Pleasing        advice to his children and others.
stories for the home fireside.                                 Sutton, Printed for the author. 1810
Philadelphia, Henry F. Anners. [184-?]                         12 p.; 9 cm.; Cover title.
160 p.; illus.; 15 cm.                                            Reel: 10, No. 234
   Reel: 13, No. 242
                                                               Brackett, Edward Augustus, 1818-1908.
The Boy's talisman; a Christmas and New Year's gift.               Twilight hours; or, Leisure moments of an artist.
Boston, B.H. Greene. 1840                                      Boston, Printed by Freeman and Bolles. 1845
133 p.; plate; 16 cm.                                          viii p., 1 p.l., [11]-95 p.; 18.5 cm.
   Reel: 13, No. 241                                               Reel: 13, No. 244

Brace, John Pierce, 1793-1872.                                 Brackett, Joseph Warren, 1775-1826.
    Tales of the devils.                                          The ghost of law; or, Anarchy and despotism.
Hartford, S. Andrus and son. 1847                              Hanover [N.H.], Printed by Moses Davis. 1803
iv, [5]-277 p.; 15 cm.                                         A poem, delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa,
    Reel: 13, No. 243                                          Dartmouth college, at their anniversary, August 23,
                                                               1803.; 24 p.; 19.5 cm.
Brackenridge, Hugh Henry, 1748-1816.                              Reel: 10, No. 235
   Gazette publications.
Carlisle [Pa.], Printed by Alexander & Phillips. 1806          Bradbury, Ammi Ruhamah, 1810-1899.
348 p.; 17.5 cm.                                                  A poem (Too late in life to climb Parnassus
   Reel: 9, No. 231                                            high...).
                                                               Providence, A.C. Greene, printer. 1863
[Brackenridge, Hugh Henry] 1748-1816.                          Read at North Scituate, R.I. September 7, 1863.
   The battle of Bunkers-Hill.                                 Published by request.; 8 p.; 22.5 cm.
Philadelphia, Printed and sold by Robert Bell. 1776               Reel: 23, No. 382
A dramatic piece of five acts; by a gentleman of
Maryland ...; [9], [6], [1] p.; front.; 21.5 cm.               Bradford, Alex W.
   Reel: 9, No. 229                                               An address on self government.
                                                               Phi...at Hamilton college, N.Y. 1855
                                                               and a Poem on beauty by E.W.B. Canning delivered
                                                               before the associate chapters of the Sigma; 39 p.
                                                                  Reel: 23, No. 383


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                                          American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                                Author Index

Bradford, J. Stricker.                                          [Bradstreet, Ann (Dudley)] 1612?-1672.
   Autumn winds and other poems.                                   Several poems compiled with great variety of with
New York, G.S. Wilcox. 1869                                     and learning, full of delight; wherein especially is
115 (i.e. 111) p.; 19 cm.                                       contained a compleat discourse and description of the
   Reel: 23, No. 384                                            four elements, constitutions, ages of man, seasons of
                                                                the year.
Bradford, John, of Newark.                                      [Boston] Reprinted from the several editions. 1758
    The poetical vagaries of a knight of the folding-           Together with an exact epitome of the three first
stick of Paste-castle.                                          monarchies, viz. the Assyrian, Persian, Grecian, and
Gotham, Printed for the author. 1815                            Roman Common Wealth, from its beginging [!], to
To which is annexed, The history of the garret.                 the end of their last king. With divers other pleasant
Translated from the hieroglyphics of the Society. By            and serious poems. By a gentlewoman in New-
a member of the Order of the Blue-string.; 143 p.;              England. 3rd ed. corr. by the author and enlarged by
illus.; (incl. fold. front.); 16 cm.                            an addition of several other poems found among her
    Reel: 10, No. 236                                           papers after her death.; xiii, [1], 233 p.
                                                                   Reel: 10, No. 239
[Bradlee, Lucy Hall].
   Norman Fleming.                                              [Bradstreet, Ann (Dudley)] 1612?-1672.
Boston, William V. Spencer. 1868                                    Several poems compiled with great variety of with
By the author of "Christus victor", "Three crowns",             and learning, full of delight; wherein especially is
"Max overmann".; 87 p.; 18 cm.                                  contained a compleat discourse, and description of
   Reel: 23, No. 385                                            the four elements, constitutions, ages of man, seasons
                                                                of the year.
Bradley, Mary Emily (Neeley), 1835-1898.                        Boston, Printed by John Foster. 1678
    Arthur: and other stories, in prose and rhyme.              Together with an exact epitome of the three first
New York, General Prostestant Episcopal Sunday                  monarchyes [!], viz. the Assyrian, Persian, Grecian,
School Union and Church Book Society. 1860                      and beginning of the Roman Common-wealth to the
A Christmas book for the little ones; [5], 8-134, [10]          end of their last king. With diverse other pleasant &
p.; front.; 15 cm.; 10 pages of publisher's notices at          serious poems. By a gentlewoman in New-England.
end of book.                                                    2d ed., corr. by the author, and enlarged by an
    Reel: 23, No. 386                                           addition of several other poems found among her
                                                                papers after her death.; [14], 236, [1] p.
Bradley, Mary Emily (Neeley), 1835-1898.                            Reel: 10, No. 238
   The holy days of the Church.
New York, Gen. Prot. Episcopal Sunday School                    [Bradstreet, Ann (Dudley)] 1612?-1672.
union and Church book society. 1861                                The tenth muse lately sprung up in America; or,
[7], 10-124 p.; incl. front. illus.; 16 cm.; Half-title.        Severall poems, compiled with great variety of wit
   Reel: 23, No. 387                                            and learning, full of delight.
                                                                London, Printed for Stephen Bowtell, at the sign of
Bradley, Mary Emily (Neeley), 1835-1898.                        the Bible in Pope's Head alley. 1650
    The infant catechism; or, Questions and answers             Wherein especially is contained a compleat discourse
in rhyme for the little children of the Church.                 and description of the four elements, constitutions,
New York, Gen, Prot. Episcopal Sunday School                    ages of man, seasons of the year. Together with an
union and Church book society. 1862                             exact epitomie of the four monarchies, viz. the
50 p.; illus.; 12 cm.                                           Assyrian, Persian, Gracian, Roman. Also a dialogue
    Reel: 23, No. 388                                           between old England and new, concerning the late
                                                                troubles. With divers other pleasant and serious
[Bradley, William Henry] 1802-1825.                             poems. By a gentlewoman in those parts.; [14], 207
   Guiseppino: an occidental story.                             p.
Philadelphia, H.C. Carey & I. Lea. 1822                            Reel: 10, No. 240
68 p.; 15.5 cm.
   Reel: 13, No. 245                                            Bradstreet, Anne (Dudley), 1612?-1672.
                                                                   The works of Anne Bradstreet in prose and verse,
                                                                ed. by John Harvard Ellis.
                                                                Charlestown, A.E. Cutter. 1867
                                                                [4], vii-lxxvi, 434 p.; front., port., facsim.; 28 cm.;
                                                                Half-title.
                                                                   Reel: 23, No. 389

                                                                Brady, James Topham, 1815-1869.
                                                                    A Christmas dream.
                                                                New York, D. Appleton & co. 1860
                                                                Illustrated by Edward S. Hall.; [4], 7-41 p.; illus.; 19
                                                                cm.; Half-title.
                                                                    Reel: 23, No. 390

                                                           47
                                           American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                                 Author Index

Bragg, Arial, b. 1772.                                             Branagan, Thomas, b. 1774.
    Memoirs.                                                          Avenia; or, A tragical poem on the oppression of
Milford, G.W. Stacy, printer. 1846                                 the human species, and infringement on the rights of
iv, [5]-86 p.; 16 cm.                                              man.
    Reel: 13, No. 246                                              Philadelphia, Printed for Silas Engles, no. 248, South
                                                                   Third street; and Samuel Wood, no. 362, Pearl street,
Brainard, John Gardiner Calkins, 1796-1828.                        New York, S. Engles, printer. 1805
   Literary remains.                                               In six books, with notes explanatory and
Hartford, P.B. Goodsell. [c1832]                                   miscellaneous. Written in imitation of Homer's Iliad.;
with a sketch of his life... by J. G. Whittier; vi, [7]-           358, [1] p.; 18 cm.
228 p.; 19 cm.                                                        Reel: 10, No. 241
   Reel: 13, No. 247
                                                                   Branagan, Thomas, b. 1774.
Brainard, John Gardiner Calkins, 1796-1828.                            Avenia; or, A tragical poem on the oppression of
   Occasional pieces of poetry.                                    the human species, and the rights of man.
New York, E. Bliss and E. White. 1825                              Philadelphia, Printed and sold by J. Cline, no. 125,
3 p.l., [iii]-iv, [5]-111 p.; 20 cm.                               South Eleventh street. 1810
   Reel: 13, No. 248                                               In five books with notes explanatory and
                                                                   miscellaneous. Written in imitation of Homer's Iliad.
Brainard, John Gardiner Calkins, 1796-1828.                        A new ed. To which is added the Constitution of the
   Poems.                                                          state of Pennsylvania.; 324 p.; front.; 14.5 cm.
Hartford, E. Hopkins. 1842                                             Reel: 10, No. 242
A new and authentic collection, with an original
memoir of his life.; 2 p.l., [iii]-lxiv, 191 p.; front.            Branagan, Thomas, b. 1774.
(port.); 17.5 cm.                                                      The excellency of the female character vindicated;
   Reel: 13, No. 249                                               being an investigation relative to the cause and
                                                                   effects of the encroachments of men upon the rights
Brainard, John Gardiner Calkins, 1796-1828.                        of women, and the too frequent degradation and
   Poems.                                                          consequent misfortunes of the fair sex.
Hartford, S. Andrus & son. 1846                                    New York, Printed by Samuel Wood, for the author.
A new and authentic collection, with an original                   1807
memoir of his life.; 2 p.l., [iii]-lxiv, 191 p.; front             xii, 308 p.; front.; (port.); 14.5 cm.
(port.); 17.5 cm.                                                      Reel: 10, No. 243
   Reel: 13, No. 250
                                                                   Branagan, Thomas, b. 1774.
Brainard, John Gardiner Calkins, 1796-1828.                           The excellency of the female character vindicated;
   Poems.                                                          being an investigation relative to the cause and
Hartford, S. Andrus and son. 1847                                  effects of the encroachments of men upon the rights
A new and authentic collection, with an original                   of women, and the too frequent degradation and
memoir of his life.; 2 p.l., [iii]-liv, [55]-221 p.; front.        consequent misfortunes of the fair sex.
(port.); 17.5 cm.                                                  Philadelphia, J. Rakestraw. 1808
   Reel: 13, No. 251                                               2d ed.; 322 p.; front.; 15 cm.
                                                                      Reel: 11, No. 244
Brainard, John Gardiner Calkins, 1796-1828.
   The poems of John G. C. Brainard.                               Branagan, Thomas, b. 1774.
Hartford, S. Andrus and son. 1849                                     The excellency of virtue, contrasted with the
A new and authentic collection, with an original                   deformity of vice: or, The admonitions of a loving
memoir of his life.; 1 p.l., [iii]-liv, [55]-221 p.; front.        father to his only son, on the most useful,
(port.); 16.5 cm.                                                  entertaining, and interesting subjects.
   Reel: 13, No. 252                                               Philadelphia, Printed for the author by J. Rakestraw,
                                                                   no. 190, North third street. 1808
Branagan, Thomas, b. 1744.                                         Intended to inspire adults, as well as children, with
   The penitential tyrant; or Slave trader reformed: a             suitable detestation at the destructive practices and
pathetic poem, in four cantos.                                     delusive opinions of the slaves of superstition, the
New York, Printed and sold by Samuel Wood, No.                     votaries of fashion, and vices of the present age. To
362 Pearl street. 1807                                             which is added, A terrestial paradise, displayed, or,
2d ed., enl.; xii, 290, [10] p.; illus., front.; 14.5 cm.          The road to happiness and heaven, strewed with
   Reel: 11, No. 249                                               flowers, and carpeted with roses, &c. By [the] author
                                                                   of "Flowers of Literature," "Political and Theological
                                                                   Disquisitions," &c., &c., &c.; 228 p.; front. (port.).
                                                                      Reel: 11, No. 245




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Branagan, Thomas, b. 1774.                                       [Branagan, Thomas] b. 1774.
   The flowers of literature.                                       The pleasures of contemplation, being a desultory
Philadelphia, Printed for Daniel Fenton; Trenton,                investigation of the harmonies, beauties, and benefits
N.J., John Cline, printer. 1810                                  of nature: including a justification of the ways of God
Being an exhibition of the most interesting                      to man, and a glimpse of his sovereign beauty.
geographical, historical, miscellaneous and                      Philadelphia, Published by Eastwick & Stacy. 1817
theological subjects, in miniature. To which are                 By the author of The pleasures of death. To which is
prefixed, preliminary addresses to parents, teachers             added, Some causes of popular poverty ... By Dr.
and their pupils. A new ed., to which is added the               Blatchly ...; 240, 24 p.; illus. (port.); 18.5 cm.
Constitution of the United States.; 324 p.; front.                  Reel: 11, No. 250
(port.); 15.5 cm.
   Reel: 11, No. 247                                             Branch, William.
                                                                    Life, a poem in three books; descriptive of the
Branagan, Thomas, b. 1774.                                       various characters in life; the different passions, with
   The flowers of literature.                                    their moral influence, the good and evil resulting
Trenton, Printed by James Oram, for the author and               from their sway; and of the perfect man.
Daniel Fenton. 1806                                              Richmond, From the Franklin Press, W. W. Gray,
Being a compendious exhibition of the most                       printer. 1819
interesting geographical, historical, miscellaneous              Dedicated to the social and political welfare of the
and theological subjects, in miniature. Intended to              people of the United States.; xii, 218, 1 p.; 17 cm.
facilitate the improvement of youth in particular, and              Reel: 12, No. 254
adults in general, whose pecuniary resources will not
admit them to purchase, nor relative avocations allow            A Brand fire new whaling song, right from the
time to peruse voluminous productions on these                   Pacific ocean.
important heads. To which are prefixed preliminary               New Bedford, E.B. Miller. 1831
addresses to parents, teachers and their pupils.; 2 p.l.,        by a foremast hand.; 15 p.
[7]-324 p.; front.; 15.5 cm.                                        Reel: 14, No. 254
   Reel: 11, No. 246
                                                                 Brannan, William P.
Branagan, Thomas, b. 1774.                                          Vagaries of Vandyke Browne.
   The penitential tyrant; a juvenile poem, in two               Cincinnati, R.W. Carroll & co. 1865
cantos.                                                          An autobiography in verse.; [5], 8-230 p.; 17 cm.;
Philadelphia, Printed for the author. 1805                       Half-title.
To which is prefixed compendious memoirs of the                     Reel: 23, No. 391
author ...; 122 p.; illus., front.; 15 cm.
   Reel: 11, No. 248                                             Brashears, Noah.
                                                                     Columbus wreath: or, miscellaneous poems,
Branagan, Thomas, b. 1774.                                       composed between the years 1814, and 1830.
    The rise and fall of the antediluvian world.                 City of Washington, Pub. for the author by S.A.
[n.p.]. 1808                                                     Elliot, printer. 1830
Written in imitation of ... "The house that Jack built           2d ed., with corrections and additions.; xi, [13]-120
..."; (In Branagan, Thomas, The excellency of virtue.;           p.; 19 cm.
p. 73-86).                                                           Reel: 14, No. 255
    Reel: 12, No. 252
                                                                 Brashears, Noah.
[Branagan, Thomas] b. 1774.                                         Poems on miscellaneous subjects, composed
   The excellency of the female character vindicated;            between the year 1818, and the present time.
being an investigation relative to the cause and                 Washington city, Printed by F.S. Myer. 1826
effects of the encroachments of men upon the rights              112 p.; 19.5 cm.
of women, and the too frequent degradation and                      Reel: 14, No. 256
consequent misfortunes of the fair sex.
Harrisburg, Printed by F. Wyeth. 1828                            Brashears, Noah.
Printed from the 2d ed. By the author of the "Beauties              Poems on several occasions.
of philanthropy."; xiii, [15]-280 p.; 17 cm.                     Washington city, Printed by W. Duncan. 1822
   Reel: 13, No. 253                                             34 p.; 15 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 14, No. 257
[Branagan, Thomas] b. 1774.
   The pleasures of contemplation, being a desultory             Brashears, Noah.
investigation of the harmonies, beauties, and benefits               Political poems.
of nature.                                                       Washington City. 1816
Philadelphia, Published by Eastwick & Stacy. 1817                4, [7]-24 p.
By the author of The pleasures of death. To which is                 Reel: 12, No. 256
added, Some causes of popular poverty ... by Dr.
Blatchly ...; 240 p.; front., port.; 18.5 cm.
   Reel: 12, No. 251

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                                              Author Index

Brashears, Noah.                                             Breeze, J.T.
   The satirist, with miscellaneous pieces in verse              ...The miscellaneous works of the Canadian poet.
and prose.                                                   Brockville, Wm. O'Brien. 1868
Washington, Printed for the author by C.H. Barron.           [3], 2-16, [2] p.; At head of title: Original Canadian
1832                                                         literature [one hundreth series]; Text on p. 3-4 of
59, [1] p.; 18.5 cm.                                         cover.
   Reel: 14, No. 258                                             Reel: 23, No. 393

The Brave old volunteer.                                     Bremer, Fredrika, 1801-1865.
Boston. 1848                                                     The bond maid by Fredrika Bremer, translated
(In Life and public services Gen. Lewis Cass.; 23 cm.        from the Swedish by M. L. Putnam.
p. [26]-28).                                                 Boston, J. Munroe & co. 1844
    Reel: 14, No. 259                                        vi, 10- 112 p.; 18 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 14, No. 261.1
Bray, John, 1782-1822.
   The tooth-ache; or, Mistakes of a morning.                Brenton, James J., 1806-1881.
Philadelphia, C. Neal. 1827                                     Voices from the press; a collection of sketches,
A petit comedy, in one act. A free translation from          essays, and poems, by practical printers.
the French...; 21 p.; 15.5 cm.                               New York, C.B. Norton. 1850
   Reel: 14, No. 260                                         Ed. by James J. Brenton.; xx, [13]-312 p.; 23.5 cm.
                                                                Reel: 14, No. 261.2
Bread from God.
Philadelphia, American Sunday-school union. [184-            Brewer, S.S.
?]                                                              Works.
11 p.l.; col. illus.; 23 cm.                                 Boston?. 186-?
   Reel: 14, No. 260.1                                       1 v.; illus.; 18 cm.
                                                                Reel: 23, No. 394
Breakenridge, John, 1820-1854.
    The crusades and other poems.                            Brewer, William A.
Kingston [Ont.] J. Rowlands. 1846                                Recreations of a merchant; or, the Christian
viiip., 1 p.l., [11]-327 p.; 24.5 cm.                        sketch-book.
    Reel: 14, No. 261                                        Boston, Crocker & Brewster [etc., etc.]. 1836
                                                             vii, 14-192 p.; 19 cm.
Breck, Charles, 1782-1822.                                       Reel: 14, No. 262
   The fox-chase.
New York, Published by D. Longworth, at the                  Brewerton, George Douglas, 1820-1901.
Dramatic Repository, Shakespeare Gallery, printed               Fitz Poodle at Newport, an incident of the season.
by T. & G. Palmer, Philadelphia. 1808                        Cambridge [Mass.] Printed at the Riverside press.
A comedy. In five acts. As performed at the theatres         1869
Philadelphia and Baltimore.; 64 p.; 15 cm.                   55 p.; incl. front. illus. pl.; 19.5 cm.
   Reel: 12, No. 258                                            Reel: 24, No. 395

Breck, Charles, 1782-1822.                                   Brewerton, George Douglas, 1820-1901.
   The trust.                                                   Ida Lewis, the heroine of Lime Rock, being a
New York, Published by D. Longworth, at the                  history of her life and rescues, with the public and
Dramatic Repository, Shakespeare Gallery, T. & G.            private testimonials her humane exertions have called
Palmer, printer, Philadelphia. 1808                          forth.
A comedy. In five acts.; 82 p.                               Newport, R.I., A.J. Ward. 1869
   Reel: 12, No. 259                                         prepared from information and documents furnished
                                                             by herself.; [11], 10-66, [2] p.; 17 cm.; 2 pages of
Breckenridge, James.                                         publisher's notices at end of book.
    Poems.                                                      Reel: 24, No. 396
Toronto, Printed at A. Dredge's book and job office.
1860                                                         Brewster, James, 1788-1866.
xi, [13]-256 p.; 19 cm.                                          An address delivered at Brewster's Hall.
    Reel: 23, No. 392                                        New York, Oliver. 1857
                                                             to the young men of New Haven, Ct... Together with
The Breechiad, a poem by Theresa.                            a brief account of the proceedings. Also remarks by
Boston, Printed by Belcher and Armstrong, State              E.W. Andrews...; 42 p.
street. 1807                                                     Reel: 24, No. 397
22, [2] p.
    Reel: 12, No. 260




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                                              Author Index

Brewster, Lyman Dennison, b. 1832.                              Brief memorials of Jane Elizabeth Brinsmade, who
   Poem, by Lyman D. Brewster, and the Valedictory              died in peace.
Oration, by Adolphe Bailey, pronounced before the               Troy, New York, W.H. Young. 1860
senior class in Yale college, June 13, 1855.                    Tuesday morning, Dec. 11th, 1860.; 26 p.; 22 cm.
New Haven, Published by the class, T.J. Stafford,                  Reel: 24, No. 403
printer. 1855
46 p.; 23 cm.                                                   [Briggs, Charles Frederick] 1804-1877.
   Reel: 24, No. 398                                               A Yankee Diogenes.
                                                                New York, G.P. Putnam & co. 1854
Brewster, Martha (Wadsworth), fl. 1757.                         In Putnam's magazine. Original papers on literature,
   Poems on divers Subjects, viz.                               science, art, and national interests. vol. 4, October,
New London, Printed, Boston, re-printed and sold by             1854.; pp. 443-448.
Edes & Gill, at their printing-office next to the prison           Reel: 24, No. 404
in Queen street. [1757]
On the four ages of man. On the day of judgment.                Briggs, George Ware, 1810-1895.
The 24th Psalm paraphras'd. A prayer. A letter to                  A sermon delivered at Plymouth, at the funeral of
some Christian friends. A dream...; 35 p.; 20.5 cm.             Rev. James Kendall.
   Reel: 12, No. 261                                            Boston, W. White, printer. 1859
                                                                March 20, 1859.; 38 p.; 24 cm.
Bridges, Sallie.                                                   Reel: 24, No. 405
   Marble isle.
Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott. 1864                             Brigham, G. Nelson.
Legends of the round table, and other poems.; 1 p.l.,               The harvest moon, and other poems.
[7]-8 p., 1 l., 9-272 p.; 15.5 cm.                              Cambridge, Printed at the Riverside press. 1870
   Reel: 24, No. 399                                            vi, [2], 180 p.; front.; 18 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 24, No. 406
Bridgewater (Mass.).
   Celebration of the two-hundreth anniversary of the           [Bristed, Charles Astor] 1820-1874.
incorporation of Bridgewater, Massachusetts.                       Pieces of a broken-down critic picked up.
Boston, John Wilson & Son. 1856                                 Baden-Baden, Printed by Scotzniovsky. 1858-59
[5], viii-167 p.; front. port.; 24.5 cm.; Half-title.           4 v. in 1.; 21.5 cm.
   Reel: 24, No. 400                                               Reel: 24, No. 407

Bridgman, M.F.                                                  The Bristol bridegroom.
   Mosses.                                                      New Haven, Printed. [17--?]
Boston, A. Williams & co. 1877                                  To which is added A mother's farewell, and
86, [1] p.; 20 cm.                                              Happiness in death.; 12 p.; 19 cm.; Poems.
   Reel: 24, No. 401                                               Reel: 12, No. 265

Brief and impartial narrative of the life of Sarah              Bristol, Augusta Cooper, 1835-1910.
Maria Cornell, who was found dead (suspended by                     Poems.
the neck, and suspected to have been murdered) near             Boston, Adams & co. [1868]
Fall River (Mass.) December 22, 1832.                           viii, [11]-190, [5] p.; 19 cm.; 5 pages of publisher's
New York, G. Williams. [c1833]                                  notices at end of book.
Written by one, who, early knew her...; 24 p.; 21 cm.               Reel: 24, No. 408
   Reel: 14, No. 263
                                                                British glory; or, Naval and military exploits from
Brief journal of the taking of Cape-Breton, put in              original documents.
metre, by L. G. one of the soldiers in the expedition.          Philadelphia, Printed for the travelling booksellers.
[1745]                                                          1814
broadside.                                                      By an English cossack.; 24 p.; 18.6 cm.
   Reel: 12, No. 264                                               Reel: 12, No. 266

A Brief memento of Captain Henry Brooks O'Rielly,               The British succession in rhymes.
of the 1st Excelsior regiment, who fell in the battle of        Baltimore, G. Lycett. 1869
Williamsburg, the first battle of the Army of the               For the use of children.; 15 p.; 17 cm.
Potomae on its march from Yorktown to Richmond,                    Reel: 24, No. 409
May 5, 1862.
[n.p.]. 1862                                                    British taxation of North-America.
7 p.; 23 cm.                                                    broadside.
    Reel: 24, No. 402                                              Reel: 12, No. 270




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                                              Author Index

Brittan, Thomas S.                                             Brooks, Charles Timothy, 1813-1883.
    Scripture portraits; or, the Tales for my daughter,            Aquidneck; a poem pronounced on the hundredth
in rhyme.                                                      anniversary of the incorporation of the Redwood
New York, Bliss & Wadworth. 1834                               library company, Newport, R. I. Aug. xxiv,
By the author of the Clergyman's orphan, &c.; 131 p.;          MDCCCXXXXVII.
15 cm.                                                         Providence, C. Burnett, Jr. 1848
    Reel: 14, No. 264                                          With other commemorative pieces.; iv p., 1 p.l., [7]-
                                                               63 p.; 17.5 cm.
A Broad hint to nobody; if it suits anybody, it will               Reel: 14, No. 267
not disappoint everybody, by the public's humble
servant, somebody.                                             Brooks, Charles Timothy, 1813-1883.
[n.p.]. [1829]                                                    Jean Pauliana; what his countrymen & the French
23 p.; illus.                                                  say of him & what he says of himself.
   Reel: 14, No. 266                                           [Providence]. [18--?]
                                                               15, [2] p.
Broadcloth, Doctor, pseud.                                        Reel: 14, No. 268.1
   The U. S. political looking glass, hydrometer and
thermometer.                                                   Brooks, Charles Timothy, 1813-1883.
Albany. 1824                                                      The Jobsiad; a grotesco-comico-heroic poem from
48 p.; plates 19 cm.                                           the German of Dr. Carl A. Korkum.
   Reel: 14, No. 265                                           Philadelphia, F. Leypoldt [etc., etc.]. 1863
                                                               [4], vii-xviii, 181 p.
Broaddus, Andrew, 1770-1848.                                      Reel: 25, No. 415
   The sermons and other writings of the Rev.
Andrew Broaddus.                                               Brooks, Charles Timothy, 1813-1883.
New York, L. Colby; Richmond, Va., Virginia                       A poem pronounced before the Phi beta kappa
Baptist S.S. and publishing society. 1852                      society, at Cambridge, August 28, 1845.
With a memoir of his life, by J.B. Jeter, D.D.; xiv,           Boston, C. C. Little and J. Brown. 1845
557, [3] p.; front. (port.) 19 cm.; 3 pages of                 36 p.; 22 cm.
publisher's notices at end of book.                               Reel: 14, No. 269
   Reel: 24, No. 410
                                                               Brooks, Charles Timothy, 1813-1883, tr.
[Brockway, Thomas] 1744-1807.                                     German lyric poetry.
    The gospel tragedy: an epic poem.                          Philadelphia, W. P. Hazard. 1863
Worcester, Massachusetts, Printed by James R.                  A collection of songs and ballads, tr. from the best
Hutchins. 1795                                                 German lyric poets, with notes, by Charles T.
In four books. Published according to Act of                   Brooks.; 1 p.l., [vii]-xix, 400 p.; 17.5 cm.
Congress.; 119 p.; front.; 18 cm.                                 Reel: 14, No. 268
    Reel: 12, No. 273
                                                               Brooks, Charles Timothy, 1813-1883, tr.
Brodie, William, fl. 1850-1861.                                    German lyrics.
   Arno's vale.                                                Boston, Ticknor, Reed and Fields. 1853
Washington, Philps & Solomons; New York, Rudd &                viii, 237 p.; 19 cm.; The ship Cincinnatus, Five
Carleton. 1861                                                 Easters, and other poems, by Count Anton Alexander
50, [1] p.; 19.5 cm.; 1 page of publisher's notices at         von Auersperg (Anastasius Grün): p. 1-96.
end of book.                                                       Reel: 25, No. 414
   Reel: 24, No. 411
                                                               Brooks, Charles Timothy, 1813-1883, tr.
Brokmeyer, Henry Conrad, 1826-1906.                                Roman rhymes, being winter work for a summer
    A foggy night at Newport.                                  fair.
St. Louis, Mo., Printed at W.E. Foote's premium job            Cambridge, Wilson. 1869
office. 1860                                                   Newport, R.I. August 27, 1869.; 46 p.; 12.
39 p.; 19 cm.                                                      Reel: 25, No. 416
    Reel: 24, No. 412
                                                               Brooks, Charles Timothy, 1813-1883, tr.
[Bronson, George Whitefield].                                     Songs of field and flood.
   The Ann Maria.                                              Boston, Printed by J. Wilson and Son. 1853
Fall River, Almy, Milne & co. 1869                             Printed for the ladies' fair, Ocean hall, Newport, R.I.,
43 p.; illus.; 12.                                             August, 1853.; 47 p.; 17.5 cm.
   Reel: 25, No. 413                                              Reel: 25, No. 417




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                                             Author Index

Brooks, Constantina E.                                       Brooks, Nathan Covington, 1809-1898.
   Ballads and translations.                                    The literary amaranth; or, Prose and poetry.
New York (etc.), D. Appleton & co. 1866                      Philadelphia, Kay and brother. 1845
[7], 10-144 p.; 19 cm.                                       2ed.; viii p., 1 p.l., [1]-264 p.; 6 pl. includ.
   Reel: 25, No. 418                                         presentation pl.; 17 cm.
                                                                Reel: 15, No. 278
Brooks, James Gordon, 1801-1841.
   Anniversary poem delivered in New Haven,                  Brooks, Nathan Covington, 1809-1898.
Conn., before the Connecticut alpha of the Phi Beta             The literary amaranth; or, Prose and poetry.
Kappa, Sept. 12, 1826.                                       Philadelphia, Kay and brother; Baltimore, Cushing
New York, G. & C. Carvill. 1826                              and brother. 1840
28 p.; 23 cm.                                                4 p.l., [vii]-viii p., 1 p.l., [11]-264 p. front. plates.;
   Reel: 14, No. 270                                         17.5 cm.
                                                                Reel: 15, No. 277
Brooks, James Gordon, 1801-1841.
   The rivals of Este, and other poems.                      Brooks, Nathan Covington, 1809-1898.
New York, J. & J. Harper. 1829                                  Scriptural anthology; or, Biblical illustrations:
By James G. Brooks and Mary E. Brooks.; x p., 1 l.,          designed as a present for all seasons.
[13]-260 p.; 20.5 cm.                                        Philadelphia, W. Marshall & co., Baltimore, Bayly &
   Reel: 14, No. 271                                         Burns. 1837
                                                             1 p.l., viii, [9]-180 p. illus, front., plates. 14.5 cm.
Brooks, Maria (Gowen), 1795-1845.                               Reel: 15, No. 279
  Idomen; or, The vale of Yumuri.
New York, S. Colman. 1843                                    Brooks, Noah, 1830-1903.
By Maria del Occidente [pseud.]; xxiii, 236 p.; 16              The transition.
cm.                                                          San Francisco, E. Bosqui co., printers. 1866
  Reel: 15, No. 272                                          A poem recited at the sixth annual fair of the northern
                                                             district agriculture society. Marysville, Sept. 5, 1866.
Brooks, Maria (Gowen), 1795-1845.                            Published by request of the society.; 14 numbered
   Zóphië; or, the bride of seven.                           leaves. 22 cm.; Half-title.
Boston, Hilliard, Gray, and co. 1834                            Reel: 25, No. 419
By Maria del Occidente [pseud.] 2d. American from
the 1st London ed. Pub. for the benefit of the Polish        Brooks, Sarah Warner, d. 1906.
exiles.; vii, [1] 255, [1] p.; 18 cm.                           Blanche; or, The legend of the Angel tower.
   Reel: 15, No. 275                                         New York, Rudd & Carleton. 1861
                                                             [5], 10-43 p.; 19 cm.; Half-title.
Brooks, Maria (Gowen), 1795-1845.                               Reel: 25, No. 420
   Zóphiël, a poem.
Boston, Richardson & Lord. 1825                              Brooks, Sarah Warner, d. 1906.
70, 2 p.; 15.5 cm.                                              Even-songs and other poems.
   Reel: 15, No. 273                                         Boston, Little, Brown & co. 1868
                                                             103 p.; 17 cm.
Brooks, Maria (Gowen), 1795-1845.                               Reel: 25, No. 421
    Zóphiël; or, The bride of seven, by Maria del
Occidente [pseud.].                                          Brooks, Sarah Warner, d. 1906.
Boston, Carter & Hendee; London, C. & W. Reynell.                The legend of St. Christopher, and other poems.
1833                                                         Providence, G.H. Whitney. 1859
viii, 261, [1] p.; 17 cm.                                    v, [6], 4-172 p.; 18.5 cm.; Appeared later under title:
    Reel: 15, No. 274                                        The legend of the Christ-bearer. cf. the author's The
                                                             search of Ceres, 1900.
[Brooks, Maria (Gowen)] 1795-1845.                               Reel: 25, No. 422
   Judith, Esther, and other poems.
Boston, Published by Cummings & Hilliard. 1820               Bross, William, 1813-1890.
By a lover of the fine arts.; 112 p.; 17 cm.                    America as a field for the exertions of the
   Reel: 12, No. 274                                         Christian scholar.
                                                             Chicago, Printed at the Tribune company's book and
Brooks, Nathan Covington, 1809-1898.                         job office. 1866
   The history of the church, a poem.                        An address delivered before the alumni of Williams
Baltimore, Pub. by the society, Woods and Crane,             college, by Hon. William Bross...at the
printers. 1841                                               commencement, Tuesday afternoon, July 31, 1866.
60 p.; 18.5 cm.                                              Song of the old church at Williamstown. A poem,
   Reel: 15, No. 276                                         delivered on the same occasion, by Rev. J. Clement
                                                             French ...; 55 p.; 22.5 cm.
                                                                Reel: 25, No. 423


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Brother Jonathan's epistle to his relations on both           [Brown, C.S.] b. 1798.
sides of the Atlantic, but chiefly to his father, John           Blind man's book of poems.
Bull, Brother Jonathan being a leetle riled by the            [Saratoga? New York]. [186-?]
remarks made by John Bull at his small wares                  12 p.
displayed at the opening of the Grand exhibition.                Reel: 25, No. 427
Boston, White and Potter, printer. 1852
25 p.; 19.5 cm.; In verse.                                    Brown, Carrie L.
   Reel: 25, No. 424                                             Poems.
                                                              Boston, C.M. Brown. 1867
Broughton, N., jr.                                            112 p.; 18 cm.
   Christ my hope.                                               Reel: 25, No. 428
Boston, N. Broughton, Jr. 1861
8 p.; 5 x 4 cm.                                               Brown, E.D.
   Reel: 25, No. 425                                             More truth than fiction; or, Aunt Martha's stories
                                                              for little folks at home.
Brown University. Class of 1864.                              Boston, J. French. 1857
   ...An oration and a poem delivered in the chapel of        2d ed.; 110 p.; front., plates.; 17 cm.
Brown university, on Class day, June 9, 1864.                    Reel: 25, No. 429
Providence, Cooke, Jackson & co. 1864
40 p.; 23 cm.; Half-title.                                    Brown, Ebenzer Lakin, 1809-1899.
   Reel: 26, No. 439                                             Poem delivered before the "Ladies' Library
                                                              Association, of Kalamazoo," at the quarter century
Brown University. Class of 1866.                              celebration of the settlement of the village and county
   ...Oration and poem delivered in Manning Hall, on          of Kalamazoo, Michigan, June 21st, 1854.
Class day, June 14th, 1866.                                   New York. 1854
Providence, Knowles, Anthony & co. 1866                       12 p.; Caption title: Kala, a poem.
40 p.; 25 cm.; Half-title.                                       Reel: 25, No. 430
   Reel: 26, No. 440
                                                              Brown, Edward.
Brown University. Class of 1867.                                 [Alma mater].
   ...Oration and poem, delivered in Manning Hall,            (Providence, R.I., Knowles, Anthony & co.). 1864
on Class day, June 6th, 1867.                                 (In Moses Brown school, Providence, Rhode Island.
Providence, Providence press co. 1867                         Alumni Association. Proceedings ... 6th. p. [37]-46).
33, [2] p.; 21 cm.; Half-title.                                  Reel: 122, No. 2182
   Reel: 26, No. 441
                                                              [Brown, Edward].
Brown University. Class of 1868.                                  Echoes of nature.
   ...Oration and poem, delivered in Manning Hall,            Philadelphia, E. C. & J. Biddle. 1845
on Class day, June 5, 1868.                                   xii p., 1 p.l., [15]-140 p.; 19 cm.
Providence, Millard & Harker. 1868                                Reel: 15, No. 280
24 p.; Half-title.
   Reel: 26, No. 442                                          Brown, Edward.
                                                                 Life lyrics.
Brown University. Class of 1870.                              New York, W. Wood & co. 1869
    ...Oration and poem, delivered in Manning Hall,           [5], iv-189 p.; 21.5 cm.; Presentation copy with
on Class day, June 23, 1870.                                  author's handwriting.
...Central Falls, R.I., E.L. Freeman. 1870                       Reel: 25, No. 431
32 p.; 23 cm.; Poem by Isaac Nelson Ford.; Half-title.
    Reel: 26, No. 443                                         Brown, Erastus.
                                                                  The Morning star of reason, absorbed in the rising
Brown University. Philermenion Society.                       sun of revelation: in several poetical checks to
   Order of exercises at the celebration.                     infidelity.
Providence. [1822]                                            Stockbridge [Mass.]: Printed by Charles Webster, for
September 3, 1822.; [2] p.; 23 cm.                            the author. 1823
   Reel: 16, No. 307                                          Succeeded, &c.; 24 p.; 17 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 15, No. 281
Brown, Anna Sharpless.
   Stories for Alice.
Philadelphia, Willis P. Hazard. 1857
By a mother, with four engravings in tints.; 128 p.;
front., pl.; 19 cm.
   Reel: 25, No. 426




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                                         American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                               Author Index

Brown, Erastus.                                                  Brown, Erastus.
    Poems: comprising The trial of Cain, the first                   The trial of Cain, the first murderer, in poetry, by
murderer, by rule of court, in which a predestinarian,           rule of court; in which a predestinarian, a
a Universalian, and an Armenian, argue as attorneys              Universalian, and an Arminian, argue as attornies at
at the bar; the two former as the prisoner's counsel,            the bar; the two former as the prisoner's counsel, the
the latter as attorney-general.                                  latter as attorney general.
New York, Green and Donaldson. 1834                              Boston. 1827
And other pieces.; iv p., 1 p.l., [9]-62 p.; 14 cm.              36 p.; 16 cm.
    Reel: 15, No. 282                                                Reel: 15, No. 284
Brown, Erastus.                                                  Brown, Erastus.
    Poems: comprising The trial of Cain, the first                   The trial of Cain, the first murderer, in poetry, by
murderer, by rule of court, in which a predestinarian,           rule of court; in which a predestinarian, a
a Universalian, and an Armenian, argue as attorneys              Universalian, and an Arminian, argue as attornies at
at the bar; the two former as the prisoner's counsel,            the bar; the two former as the prisoner's counsel, the
the latter as attorney-general.                                  latter as attorney general.
[New York?] Printed for the publisher. 1836                      Hartford, Conn., Loren Hills. 1832
And other pieces.; 68 p.; 15.5 cm.                               48 p.; 17 cm.
    Reel: 15, No. 283                                                Reel: 15, No. 286

Brown, Erastus.                                                  Brown, Erastus.
   Three youths drowned; elegiac stanzas in three                    The trial of Cain, the first murderer, in poetry, by
parts.                                                           rule of court; in which a predestinarian, a
Stockbridge [Mass.], Printed at the Herald office.               Universalian, and an Arminian, argue as attornies at
1815                                                             the bar; the two former as the prisoner's counsel, the
On the misfortune, and death of several respectable              latter as attorney general.
youths, who, attempting to sail, for diversion, were             Printed for the purchaser, Lowell. 1840
overset--three of whom drowned. Published by                     32 p.; 16 cm.
request.; 24 p.; 16 cm.                                              Reel: 16, No. 289
   Reel: 12, No. 279
                                                                 Brown, Erastus.
Brown, Erastus.                                                      The trial of Cain, the first murderer, in poetry, by
    The trial of Cain, the first murderer.                       rule of court; in which a predestinarian, a
Auburn [N.Y.], Printed for A. Curtis. 1817[?]                    Universalian, and an Arminian, argues as attornies at
In poetry, by rule of court; in which a predestinarian,          the bar; the two former as the prisoner's counsel, the
a universalian, and an Arminian argue as attorneys at            latter as attorney general.
the bar; the two former as the prisoner's counsel, the           Bridgeport, Conn., Printed by Stiles Nichols. 1819
latter as attorney-general.; 35 p.; 18 cm.                       32 p.; 15 cm.
    Reel: 12, No. 277                                                Reel: 12, No. 278

Brown, Erastus.                                                  Brown, Frederick W.A.S.
    The trial of Cain, the first murderer, in poetry, by            A valedictory poem, addressed to the inhabitants
rule of court; in which a predestinarian, a                      of Rainsford's, George's, Gallop's, Light House, and
Universalian, and an Arminian, argue as attorneys at             Deer Islands, in Boston Harbour.
the bar; the two former as the prisoner's counsel, the           Boston, Printed by True & Weston. 1819
latter as attorney general.                                      2d ed.; 52 p.; 16.9 cm.
[n. p.]. 1834                                                       Reel: 12, No. 281
36 p.; 15 cm.
    Reel: 15, No. 287                                            Brown, Frederick W.A.S.
                                                                    A valedictory poem, addressed to the inhabitants
Brown, Erastus.                                                  of Rainsford's, George's, Gallop's, Light House, and
   The trial of Cain, the first murderer, in poetry, by          Deer Islands, in Boston Harbour.
rule of court; in which a predestinarian, a                      Boston, Printed for the author. 1819
Universalian, and an Arminian, argue as attornies at             52 p.; 17 cm.
the bar; the former as the prisoner's counsel, the latter           Reel: 12, No. 280
as attorney general.
Taunton, Mass., Lorenzo D. Johnson. 1828                         Brown, Goold, 1791-1857.
36 p.; 15 cm.                                                       An obituary memoir of Robert F. Mott; read
   Reel: 15, No. 285                                             before two literary societies to which he belonged,
                                                                 and pub. at their joint request.
                                                                 New York, S. Wood & sons [etc.]. 1827
                                                                 30, [1] p.; 20.5 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 16, No. 290



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                                         American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                               Author Index

[Brown, James E.].                                               [Brown, John Walker] 1814-1849.
   Our great peace festival and pow-wow; to be held                  The Christmas bells; a tale of holy tide: and other
in Boston, June 1869.                                            poems.
Boston, Warren Richardson. 1869                                  New York, D. Appleton and company. 1842
[By Mose Skinner, pseud.] ...; 21, [3] p.; 19 cm.; The           By the author of "Constance", "Virginia", etc. ...; 221
sketches appeared originally in the "Wide World"                 p.; 18 cm.
newspaper, pub. in this city.; 3 pages of publisher's                Reel: 16, No. 293
notices at end of book.
   Reel: 25, No. 432                                             [Brown, John Walker] 1814-1849.
                                                                    Christmas home; or, The household festival, and
[Brown, James Francis].                                          other poems.
   The children's gift for the New Year.                         New York. 1845
Boston, Little, Brown & co. 1854                                 [Anon.]; 142 p.
96 p.                                                               Reel: 16, No. 294
   Reel: 25, No. 433
                                                                 [Brown, John Walker] 1814-1849.
Brown, James Scott.                                                 Michael Agonistes; or, The contests of the spirits.
   The bouquet, and other poems.                                 New York, D. Appleton and company; Philadelphia,
Lancaster, Pa., Murray, Young & co. 1858                         G. S. Appleton. 1843
[5], xii-124 p.                                                  A song of the church catholic.; 94 p. 1 l.; 19 cm.
   Reel: 25, No. 434                                                Reel: 16, No. 296
Brown, Jeremiah, 1723?-1793, supposed author.                    Brown, John, 1724-1791.
   Christ's example, and the fashion of the world; or,               A discourse delivered at the West Church in
A ticket looking-glass, where every one may see his              Boston, August 24, 1766.
face.                                                            Boston, Printed by R. & S. Draper, in Newbury
New England, Printed for the author. 1768                        street, Edes and Gill in Queen street, and T. and F.
16 p.; 19 cm.                                                    Fleet in Cornhill. 1766
   Reel: 12, No. 282                                             Six weeks after the death of the Reverend Dr.
                                                                 Mayhew.; 19, 3 p.; 23 cm.; Cover title: Mr. Brown's
Brown, John Newton, 1803-1868.                                   sermon on the death of Dr. Mayhew.
    The Apocalypse: a poem delivered before the                      Reel: 12, No. 283
literary fraternity of Waterville college, at their ninth
anniversary, Aug. 2, 1836.                                       Brown, Josiah, d. 1827.
Augusta [Me.] L. Severance. 1836                                    Poems written on various subjects.
20 p.; 18.5 cm.                                                  Woodstock, Printed by D. Watson. 1827
    Reel: 16, No. 291                                            v p., 1 l., [9]-71 p.; 15 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 16, No. 297
Brown, John Newton, 1803-1868.
    Emily, and other poems.                                      Brown, Leonard, 1837-1914.
Concord, N. H., I. S. Boyd. 1840                                    Poems of the prairies.
viii, [9]-276 p.; 17 cm.                                         Des Moines, Redhead and Wellslager. 1868
    Reel: 16, No. 292                                            186 p.; 18.5 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 26, No. 437
[Brown, John Sullivan].
   This war, a satire for the times.                             Brown, Leonard, 1837-1914.
New York, S.W. Wood & co. 1863                                      Poems of the prairies.
80 p.; Authorship ascribed on title-page, in                     New ed. Des Moines, Mills & co. 1865
contemporary handwriting. Flyleaf also has                       216 p.
inscription: Compliments of the author's daughter.                  Reel: 26, No. 436
   Reel: 25, No. 435
                                                                 Brown, Samuel.
Brown, John Walker, 1814-1849.                                      Days of seventy-six.
   Geraldine; or, The guardian angel: with festival              [n.p.]. [1809?]
hymns and ballads.                                               By ... a revolutionary soldier, Chelmsford. [Also]
New York, D. Appleton & co.; Philadelphia, G. S.                 Republicanism. By the same.; broadside.
Appleton; [etc., etc.]. 1846                                        Reel: 12, No. 284
72, [1] p.; 17.5 cm.
   Reel: 16, No. 295                                             Brown, Samuel.
                                                                    A history of the life of the Messiah, a poem in six
                                                                 books.
                                                                 Springfield [Ohio], Printed for the author, by M. M.
                                                                 Henkle. 1829
                                                                 54 p.; 17 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 16, No. 298

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                                             Author Index

Brown, Sarah H.                                                Brown, Theron, 1832-1914.
   Blossom of Rocky Nook; or, Life and writings of               Memorial verses; the valley church.
Mary Delano Whitten.                                           1865
Boston. 1850                                                     Reel: 26, No. 438
179 p.; 16 cm.
   Reel: 16, No. 299                                           Browne, Edward.
                                                                  [Poem].
Brown, Solyman, 1790-1876.                                     (Providence, R.I., Knowles, Anthony & co.). 1860
   The birth of Washington, a poem: in two parts:              (In Moses Brown school, Providence, Rhode Island.
Rehearsed at Washington Hall, N. York, on the 22d              Alumni Association. Proceedings ... [1st]. p. 22).
of February; and repeated, at the same place, on the              Reel: 122, No. 2182
4th of March, 1822, by particular request.
New York, Printed by Daniel Fenshaw. 1822                      Browne, Frances Elizabeth.
16 p.; 30 cm.                                                      Poems.
   Reel: 16, No. 300                                           Boston, Stacy, Richardson & co. 1848
                                                               iv, 156 p.; front.; 18 cm.
Brown, Solyman, 1790-1876.                                         Reel: 16, No. 309
   Dental hygenia; a poem on the health &
preservation of the teeth.                                     Browne, Frances Elizabeth.
New York, Kelly & Fraetas. 1838                                    Poems.
(2), iii, (I), 54 p.; 18.5 cm.                                 Cambridge [Mass.], Metcalf and co. 1846
   Reel: 16, No. 301                                           iv, 155 p.; 18.5 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 16, No. 308
Brown, Solyman, 1790-1876.
   Dentologia: a poem on the diseases of the teeth,            Browne, Martha (Griffith), d. 1906.
and their proper remedies.                                         Poems.
New York. 1840                                                 New York, London, D. Appleton & company. 1853
[With notes, practical, historical, illustrative, and          Now first collected.; [5], viii-167 p.; 19 cm.; Half-
explanatory by Eleazar Parmly]...; vii, [2], 10-104 p.;        title.
22.5 cm.                                                           Reel: 26, No. 444
   Reel: 16, No. 304
                                                               Brownell, Henry Howard, 1820-1872.
Brown, Solyman, 1790-1876.                                        Ephemeron.
   Dentologia: a poem on the diseases of the teeth,            New York, D. Appleton & co. 1855
and their proper remedies.                                     A poem.; 58 p.; 18.5 cm.; Half-title.
New York, Peabody & co. 1833                                      Reel: 26, No. 445
With notes, practical, historical, illustrative, and
explanatory, by Eleazar Parmly, dentist.; xii, [2],            Brownell, Henry Howard, 1820-1872.
[15]-176 p.; 23 cm.                                               Lyrics of a day; or, Newspaper-poetry.
   Reel: 16, No. 303                                           Hartford, Press of Case, Lockwood and co. 1863
                                                               147 p.; 18 cm.
Brown, Solyman, 1790-1876.                                        Reel: 26, No. 446
   An essay on American poetry, with several
miscellaneous pieces on a variety of subjects,                 Brownell, Henry Howard, 1820-1872.
sentimental, descriptive, moral, and pathetique.                  The pioneer heroes of the new world.
New Haven, Published by Hezekiah Howe, Flagg &                 Cincinnati, O., M.R. Barnitz. 1857
Gray, printers. 1818                                           From the earliest period (982) to the present time.;
191 p.; 18 cm.                                                 14, [17]-639, 720-736 p.; col. front., col. plates, ports.
   Reel: 12, No. 285                                           22.5 cm.; Half-title.; Added t-p. illus., in colors.; First
                                                               issued at "Discoverers, pioneers, and settlers of North
Brown, Solyman, 1790-1876.                                     and South America..." 1853.; Appendix: Kansas and
   The gold pencil-case: an irregular ode.                     Nebraska territories: p. [721]-736.
New York. 1825                                                    Reel: 26, No. 450
12 p.; front.; 10 cm.
   Reel: 16, No. 305                                           Brownell, Henry Howard, 1820-1872.
                                                                  Poems.
Brown, Solyman, 1790-1876.                                     New York, D. Appleton & co.; Philadelphia, G.S.
   Llewellen's dog, a ballad.                                  Appleton. 1847
New York, Printed 70 Bowery. 1840                              4 p.l., [13]-280 p.; 17.5 cm.
12 p.; 19 cm.                                                     Reel: 16, No. 309.1
   Reel: 16, No. 306




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                                        American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                              Author Index

Brownell, Henry Howard, 1820-1872.                              Bryant, John Delavan, 1811-1877.
    War-lyrics and other poems.                                    Redemption, a poem.
Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1866                                Philadelphia, J. Penington & Son. 1859
viii, 243 p.; 19 cm.                                            366 p.; 19 cm.
    Reel: 26, No. 451                                              Reel: 27, No. 454

[Brownell, Henry Howard] 1820-1872.                             Bryant, John Howard, 1807-1902.
   Lyrics of a day: or, Newspaper-poetry.                           Poems.
Hartford, Press of Case, Lockwood and Co. 1863                  New York, D. Appleton and Co. 1855
[14], 153 p.; 19 cm.; At head of title: Not yet                 vi, [3], 8-93 p.; 19 cm.; "Occasional poems", p. 93-
published, nor completed.                                       198 with textual corrections, in ms.; In original black
   Reel: 26, No. 447                                            cloth binding.
                                                                    Reel: 27, No. 455
[Brownell, Henry Howard] 1820-1872.
   Lyrics of a day: or, Newspaper-poetry.                       Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
New York, Carleton. 1864                                           The American landscape, no. 1.
By a volunteer in the U.S. Service.; ix, [11]-160 p.;           New-York, E. Bliss. 1830
19 cm.                                                          Containing the following views: Weehawken,
   Reel: 26, No. 448                                            Catskill mountains, Fort Putnam, Delaware water-
                                                                gap, falls of the Sawkill, Winnipiseogee lake.
[Brownell, Henry Howard] 1820-1872.                             Engraved from original and accurate drawings;
   Lyrics of a day: or, Newspaper-poetry.                       executed from nature expressly for this work, and
New York, Carleton. 1864                                        from well authenticated pictures; with historical and
By a volunteer in the U.S. Service. 2 ed.; 192 p.               topographical illustrations.; 16 p. 6 pl.; 32 cm.
   Reel: 26, No. 449                                               Reel: 17, No. 312

[Bruce, David] d. 1830.                                         Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
   Poems chiefly in the Scottish dialect, originally               The complete poetical works of William Cullen
written under the signature of the Scots-Irishman, by           Bryant, collected and arranged by himself.
a native of Scotland.                                           London, Knight and Son. 1854
Washington [Pa.] Printed by J. Colerick, and sold by            With an introductory essay on his genius and writings
the Booksellers. 1801                                           by George Gilfillan, illustrated by John Gilbert.; xxii,
With notes and illustrations.; xii, 126, 11 p.; 18 cm.          [3], 2-264 p. illus.; 14 cm.
   Reel: 12, No. 286                                               Reel: 27, No. 456

Bruchhausen, Casper, 1806-1891.                                 Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
    Rhymes of the times and other chimes.                          A discourse on the life, character and writings of
New York [S. Angell, Printer]. 1870                             Gulian Crommelin Verplanck.
[5], viii-210, [1] p.; port.; 19 cm.; Advertisement: [2]        New York, printed for the society. 1870
p. at end.                                                      60 p.; 24.5 cm.
    Reel: 27, No. 452                                              Reel: 27, No. 457

Brunot, Felix Reville, 1820-1898.                               Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
   The soldier's return.                                           The embargo; or, Sketches of the times.
[Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Subsistence Committee].                 Boston, Printed for the author by E.G. House, no. 5,
[1863]                                                          Court street. 1809
[A poem.]; [2], 24, [1] p.; Caption title: The "nine            A satire. Together with the Spanish revolution, and
months" man.                                                    other poems. 2d ed. corr. and enl.; 35, [1] p.; 19 cm.
   Reel: 27, No. 453                                               Reel: 13, No. 289

Bryan, Daniel.                                                  Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
    The appeal for suffering genius; a poetical address              ...A forest hymn.
for the benefit of the Boston bard; and the triumph of          New York, W.A. Townsend & co. [1860]
truth: a poem.                                                  With illustrations by John A. Hows.; [3], 4-32 numb.
Washington city, Way & Gideon. 1826                             l.; illus.; 23.5 cm.; Half-title.; Printed on one side of
4 v. in 1.                                                      leaf only.
    Reel: 17, No. 310                                                Reel: 27, No. 459

Bryan, Daniel, 1795-1866.                                       Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
  The mountain muse.                                                ...A forest hymn by William Cullen Bryant.
Harrisonburg [Va.], Printed for the author by                   New York, J.G. Gregory. [c1860]
Davidson & Bourne. 1813                                         With illustrations by John A. Hows.; 32 leaves.;
Comprising the adventures of Daniel Boone; and the              illus.; 23 cm.; Half-title.
Power of virtuous and refined beauty.; 252 p.; 17 cm.               Reel: 27, No. 458
  Reel: 13, No. 287

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                                                 Author Index

Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                                Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
  The fountain and other poems.                                      Poems.
New York & London, Wiley and Putnam. 1842                         London. 1850
100 p.; 19 cm.                                                    355 p.
   Reel: 17, No. 313                                                 Reel: 19, No. 328

Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                                Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
   Hymns.                                                            Poems.
[New York]. [1864]                                                London, J. Andrews. 1832
[4], 7-40 p.; 19 cm.; First edition.--cf. BAL 1686.;              Ed. by Washington Irving.; xii, 235 p.; 19 cm.
Imprint supplied in mss. by the author.; Author's                    Reel: 17, No. 317
presentation copy to Samuel Osgood, September,
1864 (with Osgood's bookplate).                                   Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
   Reel: 27, No. 460                                                Poems.
                                                                  New York [etc.], D. Appleton and company. 1855
Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                                Collected and arranged by the author...; 2 v.; 19 cm.
   Hymns.                                                           Reel: 28, No. 468
[New York]. [1869]
40 p.; 19 cm.; "Slightly revised edition"--cf. BAL                Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
1706.                                                                 Poems.
   Reel: 27, No. 461                                              New York, D. Appleton. [c1854]
                                                                  collected and arranged by the author; illustrated with
Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                                seventy-one engravings, from drawings by eminent
   Letters of a traveller; or, Notes of things seen in            artists.; [2], v-xi, [5], 343 p.; port., illus.; 23 cm.;
Europe and America.                                               Variant bindings.; Printed from the edition of
New York, G.P. Putnam; [etc., etc.]. 1850                         London, S. Low, 1858, with engravings by the
442 p.; 20.5 cm.                                                  brothers Dalziel.
   Reel: 17, No. 314                                                  Reel: 27, No. 465

Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                                Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
   May evening.                                                      Poems.
[New York, D. Appleton & co.]. 1869                               New York, D. Appleton. 1854
In Appleton's journal of literature, science and art.;            With illustrations by E. Leutze ... engraved by
No. 1, Saturday, March 27, 1869. p. 20.                           American artists. 8th ed.; 2 p.l., 3-378 p.; front.,
   Reel: 7, No. 113                                               plates, port.; 24 cm.; Added title page, engraved.
                                                                     Reel: 28, No. 466
Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
    Poems.                                                        Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
Boston, Russell, Odiorne and Metcalf; Cambridge, J.                  Poems.
Munroe and co. 1834                                               New York, D. Appleton. 1856
xi, 240 p.; 19 cm.                                                collected and arranged by the author.; 264 p.
    Reel: 17, No. 318                                                Reel: 28, No. 469

Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                                Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
   Poems.                                                            Poems.
Cambridge, Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf. 1821                  New York, D. Appleton & co. 1864
44 p.; 18 cm.                                                     collected and arranged by the author.; 264 p.
   Reel: 17, No. 315                                                 Reel: 28, No. 473

Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                                Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
  Poems.                                                             Poems.
Dessau, Katz Brothers. 1854                                       New York, D. Appleton and co. 1858
Authorized edition.; xi, 272 p.; 18 cm.; (Standard                Collected and arranged by the author. Illustrated with
American authors, v. 1).                                          seventy-one engravings, by the brothers Dalziel, from
  Reel: 28, No. 467                                               the drawings by eminent artists.; [3], vi-xi, [5], 343,
                                                                  [1] p.; front., illus.; 22.5 cm.
Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                                   Reel: 28, No. 471
    Poems.
Liverpool, J. Walker; [etc., etc.]. 1850                          Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
Collected and arranged by the author. With an                        Poems.
introductory essay, on the genius & writings of the               New York, E. Bliss. 1832
author, by George Gilfillan...; 5 p.l., [iii]-xv p., 1 l.,        240 p.; 20 cm.
275 p.; 16 cm.                                                       Reel: 17, No. 316
    Reel: 19, No. 330


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                                                Author Index

Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                             Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
   Poems.                                                         Poems.
New York, Harper & brothers. 1836                              Philadelphia, A. Hart. 1852
3d ed.; 4 p.l., [vii]-xii, [13]-274 p.                         collected and arranged by the author, completed in
   Reel: 17, No. 319                                           one volume.; 9, 17-378 p.
                                                                  Reel: 27, No. 463
Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
   Poems.                                                      Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
New York, Harper & brothers. 1836                                 Poems.
4th ed.; 4 p.l., [vii]-xii, [13]-274 p.; 19.5 cm.              Philadelphia, A. Hart. 1853
   Reel: 17, No. 320                                           Collected and arranged by the author...; 9, 17-378 p.;
                                                               20 cm.
Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                                Reel: 27, No. 464
   Poems.
New York, Harper & brothers. 1839                              Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
5th ed.; 4 p.l., [vii]-xii, [13]-276 p.; 19.5 cm.                 Poems.
   Reel: 17, No. 321                                           Philadelphia, Carey and Hart. 1848
                                                               Collected and arranged by the author...; 9, 17-378 p.;
Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                             20 cm.
   Poems.                                                         Reel: 19, No. 327
New York, Harper & brothers. 1840
6th ed.; 4 p.l., [vii]-xii, [13]-276 p.; 18.5 cm.              Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
   Reel: 18, No. 322                                             Poems by William Cullen Bryant.
                                                               New York [etc.] D. Appleton and company. 1862
Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                             Collected and arranged by the author...; 264 p.; 15
   Poems.                                                      cm.
New York, Harper & brothers. 1842                                Reel: 28, No. 472
6th ed.; xii, [13]-276 p.; 19.5 cm.
   Reel: 18, No. 323                                           Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
                                                                 Poems by William Cullen Bryant.
Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                             New York [etc.], D. Appleton and company. 1865
   Poems.                                                      Collected and arranged by the author...; 2 v.; 18.5 cm.
New York, Harper & brothers. 1843                                Reel: 29, No. 474
10ed.; [cop. 1836]; 276 p.
   Reel: 18, No. 324                                           Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
                                                                  Poems, with explanatory notes.
Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                             New York, A. L. Burt, publisher. [n.d.]
  Poems.                                                       368 p.; plates, ports.; 21 cm.; (Burt's library of the
New York, London, D. Appleton and company. 1857                world's best books.).
Collected and arranged by the author...; 264 p.                   Reel: 18, No. 325.3
  Reel: 28, No. 470
                                                               Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                                Poems, with illustrations by E. Leutze, engraved
   Poems.                                                      by American artists.
New York, R. Worthington. [n.d.]                               Philadelphia, Carey and Hart. 1847
347 p.                                                         378 p. front., plates; 23 cm.
   Reel: 18, No. 324.1                                            Reel: 19, No. 326

Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                             Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
   Poems.                                                        The poetical works of W. C. Bryant.
Philadelphia, A. Hart. 1850                                    London, H.G. Clarke and Co. 1844
Collected and arranged by the author ...; 9, 17-378 p.;        256 p.
20.5 cm.                                                          Reel: 18, No. 325
   Reel: 19, No. 329
                                                               Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.
Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                                The poetical works of W.C. Bryant.
   Poems.                                                      Halifax, Milner and Sowerby. 1852
Philadelphia, A. Hart. 1851                                    1 p.l., [vii]-xvi, [17]-259 p.; front. (port.); 14 cm.
Collected and arranged by the author...; 9, 17-378 p.;            Reel: 29, No. 475
20.5 cm.
   Reel: 27, No. 462




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Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                            Buchanan, Robert Williams, 1841-1901.
    The poetical works of William Cullen Bryant.                  Poems.
London, G. Routledge and Co. 1853                             Boston, Roberts brothers. 1866
With Griswold's Memoir. Edited, (with an                      v, [1], 311 p.; 18 cm.
introduction) by F.W.N. Bayley.; [3], vi-231 p.;                  Reel: 29, No. 482
front., plates.; 14 cm.; Half-title.
    Reel: 29, No. 476                                         [Buchanan, William B.].
                                                                 Baltimore: or, Long, long time ago.
Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                            Baltimore, Murphy & co., printers. 1853
  The poetical works of William Cullen Bryant.                24 p.; 22 cm.; [Maryland historical society.
New York, Thomas Y. Crowell & co. [n.d.]                      Publications. v. 3, no. 7].
With notes.; vii, [1], 532, [8] p.                               Reel: 29, No. 483
  Reel: 18, No. 325.1
                                                              Buckstone, John Baldwin, 1802-1879.
Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                                ... Uncle John, a petite comedy, in two acts.
   Poetical works, with Griswold's Memoir, edited             Philadelphia, F. Turner [etc.]; New York, Turner &
(with an introduction), by F. W. N. Bayley, Esq.              Fisher. [1836?]
London, Routledge & co. 1850                                  Printed from the best acting copy with a description
xix, 231 p.                                                   of the costume, cast of the characters ... and the
   Reel: 18, No. 325.2                                        whole of the stage business,... as now performed in
                                                              the London and American theatres...; 2 p.l., [9]-36 p.;
Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                            front.; 15.5 cm. (On cover: Turner's dramatic library
   Thirty poems.                                              of acting plays. v. 3 [no.] 17).
New York [etc.], D. Appleton and Co. 1864                         Reel: 19, No. 333
222 p.; 20 cm.; In original cloth binding.; First ed.,
second state, with p. [213], line 5 from bottom               Budington, William Ives, 1815-1879.
reading "vuielo."--cf. BAL.                                       Memorial of Giles F. Ward, jr., late first
   Reel: 29, No. 478                                          lieutenant.
                                                              New York, A.D.F. Randolph. 1866
Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                            Twelfth New York cavalry...; 99 p.; front. (port.); 18
  Voices of nature.                                           cm.
New York, D. Appleton & co. 1866                                  Reel: 29, No. 484
With illustrations.; 91 p.
  Reel: 29, No. 480                                           Buell, P.L.
                                                                 The poet soldier.
Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                            New York, Samuel N. Wells. 1868
   Voices of nature.                                          A memoir of the worth, talent, and Patriotism of
New York, D. Appleton and co. 1865                            Joseph Kent Gibbons...; 48, [46] p.; 46 pages of
91 p.; illus.; 16 cm.                                         publisher's notices at end of book.
   Reel: 29, No. 479                                             Reel: 29, No. 485

Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.                            [Buell, Samuel] 1716-1798.
   The White-footed deer, and other poems.                        The best New-Year's gift for young people; or,
New York, I. S. Platt, 111 Fulton Street, press of the        The bloom of youth immortal, by piety and glory.
Home library. 1844                                            [New York, Printed by Timothy Green]. [1775]
3 p.l., 24 p. 1 l.; 16.5 cm.                                  A sermon preached (summarily) at East-Hampton, on
   Reel: 19, No. 331                                          the Lord's-day, January 1, 1775. [To which is affixed
                                                              Youth's triumph, a poem of vision. And made publick
[Bryant, William Cullen] 1794-1878.                           at the desire of a number of young people.; 54 l., 13
   Reminiscences of the Evening post: extracted               p.
from the Evening post of November 15, 1851.                       Reel: 13, No. 290
New York, W.C. Bryant & co., printers. 1851
With additions and corrections by the writer.; 22 p.;         Buffum, Gaskill.
22.5 cm.                                                         The surrejoinder; or, A short remonstrance, in
   Reel: 29, No. 477                                          behalf of the public, against balance-masters and
                                                              beam kickers, for intruding into the sanctuary to play
Bryson, John.                                                 their pranks and catch the applause of the multitude;
   A collection of miscellaneous poems.                       "shewing" that both "scales" are too much
Lansingburgh, A. Kirkpatrick. 1854                            incumbered with vanity and ignorange [!], to weigh
Dedicated to and published at the request of friends.;        arguments to any advantage.
24 p.; 14 cm.                                                 Providence. 1819
   Reel: 29, No. 481                                          11 p.
                                                                 Reel: 13, No. 292



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Bulfinch, Benjamin S.                                         Bullock, Cynthia, b. 1821.
   The excellence of the Christian religion,                     A bunch of pansies.
exemplified in a series of letters between a young            New York, Printed by J.A. Gray. 1852
man and a minister.                                           143 p.; 18.5 cm.
[n.p.] Printed for the author. 1809                              Reel: 29, No. 489
To which are added several original pieces of poetry.
1st ed.; 36 p.                                                Bullock, Cynthia, b. 1821.
   Reel: 13, No. 293                                              Washington, and other poems.
                                                              New York, The author. 1847
Bulfinch, Benjamin S.                                         vii, [9]-108 p.; 19 cm.
     Georgia, a poem.                                             Reel: 20, No. 340
[Mount Zion, Ga., Printed at the Missionary Office]
Printed and sold by the author. 1820                          Bullock, William, 1797-1874.
To which are added other metrical compositions. By               Songs of the church.
... an American traveller.; 16 p.; 22 cm.                     Halifax [Nova Scotia], the Author. 1854
     Reel: 13, No. 294                                        235 p.; 19 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 30, No. 490
Bulfinch, Stephen Greenleaf, 1809-1870.
    Communion thoughts.                                       The Bulls and the bears, or Wall St. squib. no. 1.
Boston, W. Crosby and H.P. Nichols. 1850                      New York, Published at 128 Nassau St. 1854
vii, 204 p.; 17 cm.                                           1 p.l., [7]-19 p., 1 l.; 16.5 cm.
    Reel: 19, No. 334                                            Reel: 30, No. 491

Bulfinch, Stephen Greenleaf, 1809-1870.                       The Bully boy; or, An abridgment of the dung
   Lays of the Gospel.                                        worms.
Boston, J. Munroe and co. 1845                                Huntington, J.T.E., Printer. 1821
2 p.l., [iii]-viii p., 1 l., 194 p.; 17.5 cm.                 v p.; 13 cm.
   Reel: 19, No. 335                                             Reel: 20, No. 341

Bulfinch, Stephen Greenleaf, 1809-1870.                       Bulmer, Agnes.
   Poems.                                                        Messiah's kingdom.
Charleston, James S. Burges. 1834                             New York, B. Waugh and T. Mason. 1833
108 p.                                                        A poem. In twelve books.; 1 p.l., [ix]-xv, [16]-364 p.;
   Reel: 20, No. 337                                          15 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 20, No. 342
[Bulfinch, Stephen Greenleaf] 1809-1870.
   [Manuscript book of poetry and prose].                     Bungay, George Washington, 1818-1892.
[Boston?]. [183-?-1870]                                           Crayon sketches and.off-hand takings, of
unp.; 21 cm.                                                  distinguished American statesmen, orators, divines,
   Reel: 19, No. 336                                          essayists, editors, poets, and philanthropists.
                                                              Boston, Stacy and Richardson. 1852
Bulkley, Charles Henry Augustus, 1819-1893.                   viii, [9]-156 p.; 19 cm.; Also published, with many
    The minstrel's strife.                                    added lives, as: Off-hand takings; or, Crayon
[n. p.]. [1850?]                                              sketches of the noticeable men of our age.
[33]-58 p.; 21 cm.                                                Reel: 30, No. 492
    Reel: 20, No. 339
                                                              Bungay, George Washington, 1818-1892.
Bulkley, Charles Henry Augustus, 1819-1893.                      Nebraska: a poem, personal and political.
   Niagara.                                                   Cleveland, Jewett, Proctor and Worthington. 1854
New York. 1851                                                42 p.; 18 cm.; Half-title.
[Extracts from the poem]; (In Willis Nathaniel                   Reel: 30, No. 494
Parker, 1806-1867, ed. Trenton Falls...; 16 cm.; p.
84-88).                                                       [Bungay, George Washington] 1818-1892.
   Reel: 29, No. 487                                             Know nothing; a poem for natives and aliens.
                                                              Boston, J.P. Jewett & company; Cleveland, Jewett,
Bullock, Alexander Hamilton, 1816-1882.                       Proctor and Worthington. 1854
    A commemorative address, at Royalson [!]                  By the author of "Nebraska".; 38 p.; 18.5 cm.
August 23d, 1865; the hundredth anniversary of its               Reel: 30, No. 493
incorporation.
Winchendon [Mass.] Printed by F. W. Ward. 1865
With the poem, other proceedings, and an appendix.;
iv, [5]-207, [1] p.; 21.5 cm.; Poem by Albert Bryant.;
Errata slip inserted at end.
    Reel: 29, No. 488


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Bunyan, John, 1628-1688.                                     Burge, Julia P.
   Bunyan's Pilgrim's progress, from this world to              Life at Greene Farm.
that which is to come, exhibited in a metamorphosis,         [n.p.]. 1870
or a transformation of pictures.                             12 p.
Hartford, Printed by P.B. Goodsell. 1821                        Reel: 30, No. 498
To which is added The Christians triumph over death,
& c.; 5 fold. l. illus.; 14 cm.                              Burger, Gottfried August, 1747-1794.
   Reel: 20, No. 344                                            Lean 'Nora: supernatural, though sub-pathetic
                                                             ballad.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688.                                     Philadelphia, P.E. Abel's literary curiosity shop. 1870
   Bunyan's Pilgrim's progress, from this world to           A good long way (almost ninety-seven years) after
that which is to come: Exhibited in a metamorphosis,         the German of Gottfried August Bürger. By Heinrich
or a transformation of pictures.                             Yale Snekul [pseud.]...; 84 p.; 25.5 cm.; Preface
New Haven, Printed by T.G. Woodward & co. 1826               signed: H.C.L. [Henry Clay Lukens]; Original
3d ed. ...; 5 fold. l. illus.; 14 cm.                        German text and English parody on opposide pages.
   Reel: 20, No. 345                                            Reel: 29, No. 486

Bunyan, John, 1628-1688.                                     Burges, Tristam.
   The pilgrim's family progress, from this world to            An address to the Washington Benevolent
that which is to come.                                       Society, delivered to them on their anniversary,
New York, S. King. [1834?]                                   Holden at Providence, February 22d, A.D. 1811.
12, [1] p.; illus.; 18 cm.                                   Providence, Printed at the Office of the American, by
   Reel: 20, No. 346                                         Dunham & Hawkins. 1811
                                                             8 p.
[Bunyan, John] 1628-1688.                                       Reel: 13, No. 298
    The pilgrim's progress, exhibited in a
metamorphosis, or transformation of pictures, for the        Burgess, George, bp., 1809-1866.
entertainment and instruction of youth.                        The book of Psalms; translated into English verse.
Hartford, Designed and Published by J.W. Barber,             New York, F.J. Huntington and Co. 1840
Printed by Loomis & Barnes. 1819                             276 p.
6 l. (5 fold.) illus.; Cover title.                             Reel: 20, No. 347
    Reel: 13, No. 296
                                                             Burgess, George, bp., 1809-1866.
Burbank, Mary M.                                                The martyrdom of St. Peter and St. Paul; a poem.
   A choral wreath.                                          Providence, Marshall, Brown and company. 1834
New York, Adriance, Sherman & co. 1854                       48 p.; 18 cm.
[13], x-155 p.; front.; (port.); 22 cm.; Poems.                 Reel: 20, No. 348
   Reel: 30, No. 495
                                                             Burgess, George, bp., 1809-1866.
Burch, Martin Van Buren.                                        Poems of the Rt. Rev. George Burgess.
   Alexander Blackheart's revenge, and its                   Hartford, Brown & Gross. 1868
consequences: or The Two Convicts.                           with an introduction by the Bishop of western New
Albion [Mich.] Albion mirror office. 1869                    York.; viii, [2], 276 p.; 20.5 cm.
58, [4] p.; 21 cm.; 2 pages of publisher's notices at           Reel: 30, No. 500
end of book.
   Reel: 30, No. 496                                         Burgess, George, bp., 1809-1866.
                                                                The poets of religion.
Burder, George, 1752-1832.                                   Hartford, Press of Case, Tiffany & Burnham. 1847
   Bunyan's Pilgram's progress, versified, with              A poem delivered before the House of convocation of
explanatory notes.                                           Tinity college, in Christ church, Hartford, August 4,
Providence. 1853                                             1847. Published by the House of convocation.; 27 p.;
8th ed.; 72 p.; front., plates.; 15 cm.                      22.5 cm.
   Reel: 30, No. 497                                            Reel: 20, No. 349

Burdick, William.                                            Burgess, George, bp., 1809-1866.
   An oration on the nature and effects of the art of          The Strife of brothers: a poem: in two parts.
printing.                                                    New York, D. Appleton & co.; Philadelphia, G.S.
Boston, Printed by Munroe & Francis. 1802                    Appleton. 1844
Delivered in Franklin-Hall, July 5, 1802, before the         With notes...; 47 p.; 22.5 cm.
Boston Franklin association.; 31 p.; 21 cm.                    Reel: 20, No. 350
   Reel: 13, No. 297




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[Burgess, George] bp., 1809-1866.                              Burleigh, George Shepard, 1821-1903.
   The hours.                                                     Elegiac poem on the death of Nathaniel Peabody
[n.p.]. [1859?]                                                Rogers.
[50] p.; Printed on one side of leaf only.                     Hartford, The Charter oak office. 1846
   Reel: 30, No. 499                                           32 p.; 14.5 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 20, No. 354
Burghalder, Christian.
   The world and the church.                                   Burleigh, George Shepard, 1821-1903.
Baton Rouge [La.] "Advocate" job office. 1860                     Jesus, a poem of life and progress.
31 p.; 16 cm.; Poems.                                          [Manuscript. n.p.]. 1844-62
   Reel: 30, No. 501                                           305 p.; 26 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 21, No. 255
Burke, John, d. 1873.
  Chivalry slavery, and Young-America.                         Burleigh, George Shepard, 1821-1903.
New York, F.A. Brady. 1866                                        The legend of the centuries.
By Sennoia Rubek [pseud.]; [4], 183 p.; 23.5 cm.               New York, privately printed. 1867
  Reel: 30, No. 503                                            By Victor Hugo. Translated by George S. Burleigh.
                                                               First series, history-brief epics.; [5], viii- 351 p.;
Burke, John, d. 1873.                                          Half-title.
  Stanzas to Queen Victoria, and other poems.                     Reel: 30, No. 506
New York, F.A. Brady. 1866
By Sennoia Rubek [pseud.]; 208 p.; front.; 23.5 cm.            Burleigh, George Shepard, 1821-1903.
  Reel: 30, No. 504                                                The maniac; and other poems.
                                                               Philadelphia, J.W. Moore. 1849
[Burke, John] d. 1873.                                         vi, [9]-240 p.; 20.5 cm.
   The burden of the South, in verse; or poems on                  Reel: 21, No. 356
slavery, grave, humorous, didactic, and satirical.
New York, E. Warner. [1864]                                    Burleigh, George Shepard, 1821-1903.
By Sennoia Rubek [pseud.]; 96, [2] p.; front.; 23.5               [Manuscript poems].
cm.; One page of publisher's notices at end of book.           [n.p.]. [n.d.]
   Reel: 30, No. 502                                           28 p.; 20 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 21, No. 357
Burke's descriptive guide; or, The visitor's
companion to Niagara falls: its strange and wonderful          Burleigh, George Shepard, 1821-1903.
localities.                                                       Mary Clogan.
Buffalo, A. Burke. 1851                                        [Manuscript. n.p.]. [n.d.]
By an old resident...; 106 p.; front., illus.; 16 cm.;         198 p.; 26 cm.
Cover title: Burke's guide to Niagara Falls.; Contains            Reel: 21, No. 357.1
poetry.
   Reel: 30, No. 505                                           Burleigh, George Shepard, 1821-1903.
                                                                  [Miscellaneous poems in nine parts].
Burke's descriptive guide; or, The visitors'                   [n.p.]. [n.d.]
companion to Niagara falls: its strange and wonderful          Unpaged.
localities.                                                       Reel: 21, No. 358.1
Buffalo, A. Burke. c1850
By an old resident...; [2], 106 p. front. illus., fold.        Burleigh, George Shepard, 1821-1903.
map; 15 cm.                                                       "Seaconnet at midnight;" [and] "O life and light,"-
   Reel: 20, No. 351                                           devotional ode written for the 250th anniversary of
                                                               the founding of the city of Providence.
Burleigh, [George Shepard] 1821-1903.                          [n.p.]. [n.d.]
   Burleigh's own.                                             Unpaged.; Typescript.
Plainfield, Conn. 1840                                            Reel: 21, No. 358.2
[Manuscript poems]; 142 p. illus.; 19 cm.
   Reel: 20, No. 353                                           Burleigh, George Shepard, 1821-1903.
                                                                  Spirit-echoes by E. D. H.
Burleigh, Cyrus Moses, 1820-1855.                              Pleasant Heights, Plainfield, Conn. 1841
   Journal commencing on the first day of July, 1837           [manuscript poems]; v. 1, 744 p.; 19 cm.
and diaries.                                                      Reel: 21, No. 359
[Plainville, Conn.]. 1837
unp.; size varies.                                             Burleigh, George Shepard, 1821-1903.
   Reel: 20, No. 352                                              Swaranath.
                                                               [n.p.]. [n.d.]
                                                               A legend of the seventeenth century in ten cantos.;
                                                               [Manuscript]; 157 p.; 20 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 22, No. 359.1

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[Burleigh, George Shepard] 1821-1903.                       Burnet, John Robertson, 1808-1874.
   Mason Hodges, a tale of our village, by S. C.               Memoir of Dudley Peet, M.D., professor in the
Merrick, i. e. [S. C. Merrigate, pseud.].                   New York Institution for the instruction of the deaf
Philadelphia, Merrihew & Thompson. 1848                     and dumb.
36 p.; 15 cm.                                               [New York]. [1863?]
   Reel: 21, No. 358                                        84 p.; 18.5 cm.; Printed for private distribution.;
                                                            Lettered on cover: Love's tribute.
[Burleigh, George Shepard] 1821-1903.                          Reel: 31, No. 508
    Signal fires on the trail of the Pathfinder.
New York, Dayton and Burdick. 1856                          Burnet, John Robertson, 1808-1874.
viii, [9]-162 p.; front. (port.) 19 cm.; Poems on              Tales of the deaf and dumb, with miscellaneous
episodes in the life of John C. Fremont.                    poems.
    Reel: 31, No. 507                                       Newark, N.J. 1835
                                                            230 p.
[Burleigh, George Shepard] 1821-1903.                          Reel: 22, No. 365
   Temperance poems.
Philadelphia, Merrihew and Thompson, Printers.              Burnett, James Gilbert.
1844                                                           ...Blanche of Brandywine.
Nos. 1-2. By E. D. H. [pseud.]; 2 v. in 1.; 17 cm.          New York, S. French. c1858
   Reel: 22, No. 360                                        An American patriotic spectacle. Dramatised for, and
                                                            originally performed at Laura Keene's theatre ... April
Burleigh, Lucian, 1817-1883.                                22, 1858...; 40, [2] p.; 19 cm.; (French's standard
    The descent from the cross.                             drama. The acting edition. no. ccvi); 2 pages of
Hartford, [Conn.]. Printed by Case. Tiffany &               publisher's notices at end of book.
Burnham. 1841                                                  Reel: 31, No. 509
A poem delivered in Hartford, October 28, 1841.; 16
p. front.; 23 cm.                                           [Burnham, Benjamin Franklin] 1830-1898.
    Reel: 22, No. 361                                          The martyr-crisis: a poem.
                                                            Chicago, D.B. Cooke & co. 1861
Burleigh, William Henry, 1812-1871.                         79 p.; 18.5 cm.
    Our country; its dangers and its destiny: a                Reel: 31, No. 510
desultory poem.
Allegheny [Pa.] Allegheny literary society. 1841            Burnham, Samuel, 1833-1873.
Pronounced before the Allegheny literary society at             Life's morning; or, Counsels and encouragements
its semi-annual celebration, September 2, 1841.; vi,        for youthful Christians.
[7]-43 p.; 17.5 cm.                                         Boston, J.E. Tilton & co. 1865
    Reel: 22, No. 362                                       By the author of "Life's evening," "Sunday hours"...;
                                                            iv, 266 p.; 19 cm.
Burleigh, William Henry, 1812-1871.                             Reel: 31, No. 511
    Poems.
Philadelphia, J. M. M'Kim: New York, Wiley &                The Burning of a witch by two drunkards.
Putnam; [etc., etc.]. 1841                                  Georgetown, Ohio. 1829
viii, [9]-248 p.; 19 cm.                                    Also an allegorical description of the river Ardent.
    Reel: 22, No. 363                                       By a basket maker...; 32 p.; 15 cm.
                                                               Reel: 22, No. 366
Burlesson, E.
   A lamentation in memory of the distressing               Burns, James R.
sickness in Hartford, from November 5th, 1724, to               Battle of Williamsburgh, with reminiscences of
February 20th, 1724-5.                                      the campaign, hospital experiences, debates, etc.
[New London, Printed by Timothy Green]. [1725?]             New York, The author. 1865
Which took away more than fifty persons, hereafter          vi, [7]-119 p.; 14.5 cm.
named.; broadside.                                              Reel: 31, No. 512
   Reel: 13, No. 299
                                                            Burns, Robert, 1759-1796.
Burlington College, Burlington (N.J.).                          The works of Robert Burns; with an account of his
   First fruits.                                            life,and a criticism on his writings.
Burlington, S. C. Atkinson. 1850                            New York, W. Borradaile. 1826
72 p.; 24.5 cm.                                             To which are prefixed, some observations on the
   Reel: 22, No. 364                                        character and condition of the Scottish peasantry. By
                                                            James Currie, M. D. A new ed., four volumes
                                                            complete in one. With many additional poems and
                                                            songs, and an enlarged and corrected glossary. From
                                                            the last London ed. of 1825.; 2 p.l., xv, [1], 258 p.
                                                                Reel: 22, No. 367


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Burrage, H.S., b. 1837.                                       Burt, Federal.
  The lights and shadows of college life: a poem.                An address, delivered at Durham, N.H.,
1861                                                          September 4th, 1815, before the Old Hundred Sacred
The Class poem.; In Brown university--Class of                Musick Society, on occasion of their first annual
1861. Oration and a poem,; p. [20]-28.                        meeting.
   Reel: 31, No. 513                                          Dover [N.H.], Printed for the Society, John Mann,
                                                              printer. 1815
Burrall, Stephen E.                                           16 p.; 24 cm.
    Poem delivered at the fortieth annual convention             Reel: 13, No. 301
of the Sigma Phi society, held with the Alpha of
Massachusetts, Williams college, July 29, 1867.               Burt, Jonathan.
Boston, Press of T.R. Marvin & son. 1868                         A lamentation occasion'd by the great sickness &
14 p.; 24.5 cm.                                               lamented deaths of divers eminent persons in
    Reel: 31, No. 514                                         Springfield.
                                                              [n.p.] Printed. 1720
Burroughs, Charles, 1787-1868.                                Composed by Mr. Jonathan Burt, (an old disciple,) in
   Birth-day addresses to Madam Robert Harris,                his fourscore and fifth year, (since deceased,) left as a
from her beloved pastor.                                      dying legacy to his children, and surviving friends.
[Boston]. [1859]                                              Writ April, 1712.; broadside.
12 p.; 23 cm.; Half-title.; Printed by the family for            Reel: 13, No. 302
themselves.
   Reel: 31, No. 515                                          Burtchaell, Clara G. (Dolliver).
                                                                The candy elephant, and other stories.
Burroughs, Charles, 1787-1868.                                New York, A. Roman & co. 1870
   The poetry of religion, and other poems.                   236 p.; Half-title.
Printed for private circulation. Boston, Ticknor, Reed           Reel: 31, No. 518
& Fields. 1851
101 p.; 18 cm.                                                Burtis, W.R.M., 1818?-1882.
   Reel: 31, No. 516                                             The new Dominion, a poem.
                                                              Saint John, N.B., J. & A. McMillan. 1867
Burroughs, Stephen, 1765-1840.                                16, [1] p.; 18 cm.; One page of publisher's notices at
    Sermon, delivered in Rutland, on a hay-mow, to            end of book.
his auditory, the Pelhamites, at the time when a mob             Reel: 31, No. 519
of them, after pursuing him to Rutland.
Boston, Printed for the publisher. 1832                       Burton, Charles.
shut him into a barn...; 8 p.; 19 cm.                            The waking dreams of a foreigner, during the five
    Reel: 22, No. 368                                         years of his probation.
                                                              New York, Printed for the author, by C. N. Baldwin,
Burrowes, George, 1811-1894.                                  no. 1, Chamber street. 1820
   Octorara, a poem: and occasional pieces.                   Written in his leisure hours, for amusement.; 56 p.;
Philadelphia, W.S. & A. Martien. 1856                         22.7 cm.
108 p.; 21.5 cm.                                                 Reel: 13, No. 303
   Reel: 31, No. 517
                                                              Burtt, John, 1789-1866.
Burt, Adam.                                                      Horae Poeticae; or, the Transient murmurs of a
   The coronation; or, Hypocrisy exposed: also                solitary lyre.
Sullivan's island: satirical poems, with notes.               Bridgeton, N.J., William Schultz, printer. 1819
Charleston. 1822                                              Consisting of poems and songs, in English and
70 p.                                                         Scotch.; 183, [1] p.
   Reel: 22, No. 369                                             Reel: 13, No. 304

Burt, Adam.                                                   Busch, William, b. 1836.
   Journyman weaving; a poem.                                     Miscellaneous poems.
New York Press of the Old countryman. 1831                    Chicago, For sale at Baldwin's bookstore. [c1870]
24 p.; 18 cm.                                                 [!]; 46 p.; Illustrated t.-p.
   Reel: 22, No. 370                                              Reel: 31, No. 520

Burt, Adam.
   Poems: chiefly satirical.
New York, Published by the author. 1833
150 p.; 18 cm.
   Reel: 22, No. 371




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[Busch, William] b. 1836.                                       Butler, Clement Moore, 1810-1890.
    Prometheus' diarial account, while on the                      The year of the church: hymns and devotional
inspection tour with Gabriel and Mephistopheles.                verse for the Sundays and holydays of the
Chicago. 1869                                                   ecclesiastical year; with brief explanations of their
A novelistic extravaganza... 1st ed. (This first volume         origin and design.
is an extract from a drama now in preparation by the            Utica, Eli Maynard, printer. 1839
author.) Containing also the following poems:                   166 p.
"Reminiscence of the dying bride, by a lover in                    Reel: 23, No. 375
Elysium"; Reminiscence of a mystic vision of the
immortal Webster"; "Life's athletic wrestling";                 Butler, Francis, 1810-1874.
"Parson Meyer at heaven's gate"; "Sorosis";                        Dogs: poetically described and illustrated with 31
"Soliloquy of the midnight wanderer"; "The spirit's             engravings of different breeds of dogs.
jubilee." By the author of "Life's uses and abuses,"...;        New York. 1860
77 p.; 23 cm.                                                   Stereotype ed. Published by Francís Butler.; [51] p.;
    Reel: 31, No. 521                                           front., illus.; 19 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 31, No. 525
Bush, Belle, pseud.
   Voices of the morning.                                       Butler, Francis, 1810-1874.
Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1865                           First series of Butler's poetical sketches.
1 p.l., 270 p.; 16.5 cm.                                        New York, F. Butler. 1870
   Reel: 31, No. 522                                            Stereotype edition.; [12], 107 p.; 18.5 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 31, No. 526
Bushnell, Albert, 1818-1879.
   My mother.                                                   Butler, James Davie, 1815-1905.
Oberlin, J. M. Fitch. 1848                                         Deficiencies in our history.
With poetry and a preface by Mrs. Lydia H.                      Montpelier, Eastman & Danforth. 1846
Sigourney.; xi, [13]-166 p.; 15 cm.                             An address delivered before the Vermont historical
   Reel: 22, No. 372                                            and antiquarian society, at Montpelier, October 16,
                                                                1846.; 36 p.; 21 cm.
Bushnell, Albert, 1818-1879.                                       Reel: 23, No. 376
   My mother, a grateful tribute to departed worth.
Oberlin, J. M. Fitch. 1849                                      Butler, Joseph H., b. 1805.
Preface and poetry by Mrs. L. H. Sigourney. 2d ed.;                Wild flowers of poesy.
166 p.; 15.5 cm.                                                Troy, N.Y., Press of N. Tuttle. 1843
   Reel: 22, No. 373                                            Being a collection of poems... With an introduction,
                                                                by A. Potter, D. D.; 108 p.; 18.5 cm.
The Bustle; a philosophical and moral poem.                        Reel: 23, No. 377
Boston, B. Marsh. 1845
By the most extraordinary man of the age...; 82 p.              Butler, William Allen, 1825-1902.
incl. front.; 19 cm.                                                The future; a poem.
   Reel: 22, No. 374                                            New York, R. Craighead, printer. 1842
                                                                Pronounced on the occasion of the tenth anniversary
Buswell, H.F.                                                   of the Philomathean Society, University of the City
   Ode.                                                         of New York....; 8 p.; 22.5 cm.
Boston. 1868                                                        Reel: 23, No. 379
In Address delivered at the dedication of Memorial
Hall, Lancaster, Mass. June 17, 1868.; pp. [61]-66.             Butler, William Allen, 1825-1902.
   Reel: 31, No. 523                                               The incognita of Raphael [a poem].
                                                                (New York). 1849
Butler, Clement Moore, 1810-1890.                               (In American art-union, New York. Bulletin.; 22 cm.
   Themes for the poet.                                         p. 16-17).
Published by the House of convocation. Hartford, S.                 Reel: 23, No. 378
Hanmer & co. 1852
A poem delivered before the House of convocation of             Butler, William Allen, 1825-1902.
Trinity college, in Christ church, Hartford, July 28,              Two millions.
1852.; 23 p.; 23 cm.                                            London, S. Low, Son & Co. [1858]
   Reel: 31, No. 524                                            96 p.; 16.5 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 31, No. 531




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[Butler, William Allen] 1825-1902.                             Buynitzky, S.N., tr.
   Barnum's Parnassus; being confidential                         Russian account of the official mission to Russia
disclosures of the prize committee on the Jenny Lind           of Hon. G. V. Fox, in 1866.
song.                                                          Washington. 1867
New York, D. Appleton & co.; Philadelphia, G.S.                38 p.; 23 cm.; Published under the auspices of the
Appleton. 1850                                                 U.S. Department of State.
With specimens of the leading American poets in the               Reel: 32, No. 535
happiest effulgence of their genius. Respectfully
dedicated to the American eagle.; 52 p.; 18.5 cm.              Buzz, Bumblery, pseud.
   Reel: 23, No. 377.1                                            Ephemera; or, The history of cockney dandies; a
                                                               poem, in one canto.
[Butler, William Allen] 1825-1902.                             Philadelphia, Published by Robert Desilver, no. 110
   Miss M'Flimsey: or, Nothing to wear.                        Walnut street, Thomas Town, printer. 1819
Providence [R.I.] M.B. Young. 1857                             22 p.; 14 cm.; Imperfect: lacks 12-13, 17-20.
An episode of city life; 15 p.; 18 cm.; Original covers           Reel: 13, No. 306
bound in at back of book.
   Reel: 31, No. 527                                           Byars, William Vincent, b. 1857.
                                                                  The isle of dream, with other studies in verse.
[Butler, William Allen] 1825-1902.                             [South Orange, New Jersey?]. [18-]
   Nothing to wear.                                            44 p.; Half-title.
Philadelphia, T.R. Callender. [1860?]                             Reel: 32, No. 537
12 p. col.; illus.; 15 cm.; Selections from the famous
poem.; "L.N. Rosenthal, Lith., Phil.".                         [Byers, Samuel Hawkins Marshall] 1838-1933.
   Reel: 31, No. 530                                              Sherman's march to the sea [by Samuel H.M.
                                                               Byers], Sheridan's ride [by Thomas Buchanan Read,
[Butler, William Allen] 1825-1902.                             and] Our soldiers' families.
   Nothing to wear: an episode of city life.                   [n.p.]. [186-?]
New York, Rudd & Carleton. 1857                                8 p.; 11 cm.; Caption title.
(From Harper's weekly) Illustrated by Hoppin.; [3],               Reel: 32, No. 536
8-68 p.; front., plates.; 18 cm.; Half-title.
   Reel: 31, No. 528                                           Byles, Mather, 1707-1788.
                                                                  An elegy, address'd to his Excellency Governour.
[Butler, William Allen] 1825-1902.                             [Boston?]. [1732?]
   Nothing to wear: an episode of fashionable life.            Belcher: on the death of his brother-in-law, the
London, Sampson Low, son, and co. 1858                         Honourable Daniel Oliver, esq.; 2 p.l., 4 p.
[3], 6-58 p.; Half-title.                                         Reel: 13, No. 311
   Reel: 31, No. 529
                                                               Byles, Mather, 1707-1788.
Button, Susan S.                                                  On the death of the queen.
   Poems.                                                      Boston in New England, Printed by J. Draper, for D.
Litchfield, O., Published for the authoress. 1858              Henchman in Cornhill. 1738
336 p.; front.; (port.); 19 cm.                                A poem. Inscribed to His Excellency Governour
   Reel: 32, No. 532                                           Belcher.; 2 p.l., 7 p.; 24 cm.; Half-title: Mr. Byles's
                                                               Poem upon the death of the queen.
Butts, Bryan J.                                                   Reel: 13, No. 312
   The angel and the slaver; a radical poem.
Hopedale, Milford, Mass., Published by the author.             Byles, Mather, 1707-1788.
1860                                                              A poem on the death of his late majesty King
16 p.; 21 cm.                                                  George, of glorious memory.
   Reel: 32, No. 533                                           [Boston]. [1727]
                                                               And the accession of our present sovereign King
Butts, Bryan J.                                                George II to the British throne.; 1 p.l., v p.; 17.5 cm.
   A knotty theme: or, The Angel and the bigot.                   Reel: 13, No. 308
Hopedale [Mass.] W.B. Reed. 1856
cover-title, 24 p.; 17 cm.                                     Byles, Mather, 1707-1788.
   Reel: 32, No. 534                                              A poem presented to his Excellency William
                                                               Burnet, esq.; on his arrival at Boston, July 19, 1728.
Buy the truth, and sell it not.                                [Boston] Published by order of his Excellency the
Providence, Printed in the year. 1764                          Governour. [1728]
broadside.                                                     1 p.l., 6 p.; 18.5 cm.
   Reel: 13, No. 307                                              Reel: 13, No. 309




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Byles, Mather, 1707-1788.                                       Cabell, Julia (Mayo).
    Poems on several occaisions.                                   An odd volume of facts and fiction in prose and
New York, Published for The Facsimile Text Society              verse.
by Columbia University press. 1940                              Richmond, Nash and Woodhouse. 1852
Reproduced from the edition of 1744 with an                     276 p.; 19 cm.
introduction by C. Lennart Carlson.; xxxvii, [5], 112,             Reel: 32, No. 539
[3] p.; (Facsimile text society, no. 49).
    Reel: 13, No. 314                                           Cabinet.
                                                                Philadelphia, J. Laval & S.F. Bradford, Printed by
Byles, Mather, 1707-1788.                                       P.K. & C. [1829]
   To His Excellency Governour Belcher, on the                  [150] p.; 9 port.; 15.5 cm.
death of his lady.                                                 Reel: 23, No. 381
[Boston]. [1736]
An epistle.; 1 p.l., ii, 6 p.; 23 cm.; Cover title.             The Cabinet of Momus; a choice selection of
   Reel: 13, No. 317                                            humorous poems, from P. Pindar, Dibdin, Colman,
                                                                Freneau, Penwarne.
Bynner, Edwon Lassetter, 1842-1893.                             Philadelphia, Published by Mathew Carey, no. 122,
    A railway "Pome": delivered before the assembled            Market street, printed by A. Small. 1809
judges in circus, convened at the Parker House in the           Embellished with six engravings. Copy right
city of Boston, March 28, 1863, Justice Kimball                 secured.; viii, 136 p., 5 leaves of plates.; 16.6 cm.
presiding; for the purpose of investing Chief Justice              Reel: 13, No. 320
Daly with the insignia of his office.
[Boston?] Published by order. 1863                              Cady, Eunice.
20 p.; 22 cm.; Author's name pencilled on t.-p.                    A poem in four parts.
    Reel: 32, No. 538                                           Newtown, Printed for the publisher. 1819
                                                                35 p.; 18 cm.
Byron, George Gordon Noël Byron, 6th baron,                        Reel: 13, No. 321
1788-1824.
   The Giaour, a Turkish tale.                                  Cady, Isaac.
Philadelphia, Published by Moser Thomas, no. 52,                    A tragedy founded on the history of Joseph and
Chesnut street, William Fry, printer. 1816                      his brethren, as recorded in sacred scripture.
From the last London edition with a completion of               Schenectady, Printed for R. Schermerhorn. 1808
the fragments.; 105, [2] p.; 15 cm.                             In five acts. Published according to Act of Congress.;
   Reel: 13, No. 319                                            63, [1] p.; 19 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 13, No. 322
Byron, George Gordon Noël Byron, 6th baron,
1788-1824.                                                      Caldcleugh, W.G.
   La profezia di Dante [Italian and English]                      The branch: a sacred poem, and other poems.
Tradotta in terza rima de L. Da Ponte.                          Philadelphia, J. Challen & son. 1862
Nuova-Jorca, B. e W.A. Bartow. 1822                             [2], 5-96 p.; 19 cm.; Half-title.
2 ed., con note ed, aggiunte di varie poesie originali.;           Reel: 32, No. 540
100 p.
   Reel: 23, No. 379.1                                          Caldwell, Charles, 1772-1853.
                                                                   An elegiac poem on the death of General
Byron, George Gordon Noël Byron, 6th baron,                     Washington.
1788-1824.                                                      Philadelphia, Printed at the office of The True
   The works of Lord Byron, including the                       American. 1800
suppressed poems.                                               2 p.l., 12 p.; 22 cm.
Philadelphia, Grigg & Elliot. 1834                                 Reel: 13, No. 323
Also a sketch of his life, by J. W. Lake. Complete in
one volume.; xxxix, 764 p. front. (port.); 23 cm.               Caldwell, Howard H., 1831-1858.
   Reel: 23, No. 380                                               Oliatta, and other poems.
                                                                New York, Redfield. 1855
C[ourtwright], G.                                               [7], 4-200, [12] p.; 12 pages of publisher's notices at
   A little looking-glass for the times; or, A brief            end of book.
remembrancer for Pennsylvania.                                     Reel: 32, No. 541
Wilmington, Printed and sold by James Adams. 1764
Containing some serious hints, affectionately                   Caldwell, Howard H., 1831-1858.
addressed to people of every rank and station in the               Poems.
province: with an appendix, by way of supplication to           Boston, Whittemore, Niles & Hall. 1858
almighty God.; 24 p.                                            [3], vi-134 p.; 18.5 cm.; Half-title.
   Reel: 18, No. 464                                               Reel: 32, No. 542




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Caldwell, William Warner, 1823-1908.                          Calvert, George Henry, 1803-1889.
   Poems, original and translated.                               First years in Europe.
Boston and Cambridge, J. Munroe and company.                  Boston, Lee and Shepard. [c1866]
1857                                                          [3], vi-303 p.; Half-title.
2 p.l., [vii]-xii, 275, [1] p.; 18 cm.                           Reel: 33, No. 550
   Reel: 32, No. 543
                                                              Calvert, George Henry, 1803-1889.
Calhoun, William Barron, 1796-1865.                              First years in Europe.
    An address delivered in Springfield, July 4, 1825,        Boston, W.V. Spencer. 1866
in commemoration of American Independence.                    [3], vi-303 p.; 18.5 cm.; Half-title.; Originated in two
Springfield, A.G. Tannatt & co. 1825                          papers entitles "Weimar in 1825" and "Goettingen in
36 p.; 21.5 cm.                                               1824" which were published in Putnam's magazine,
    Reel: 23, No. 382                                         1856. cf. Pref.
                                                                 Reel: 32, No. 549
California. University.
   Oration, poem, and speeches, delivered at the              Calvert, George Henry, 1803-1889.
General alumni meeting, held at the College of                    Joan of Arc.
California, Oakland, Ca., Tuesday, May 31st, 1864.            [Cambridge] Riverside Press, printed by H.O.
San Francisco, H.H. Bancroft & co.                            Houghton & co. 1860
96 p.; 22 cm.                                                 A poem: In four books.; [7], 10-108 p.; 18 cm.; Half-
   Reel: 32, No. 544                                          title.
                                                                  Reel: 33, No. 551
Call, I.
   Scenes in Texas, being a recital of the sufferings         Calvert, George Henry, 1803-1889.
of a lady in her escape from the Indians.                         Poems.
Springfield [Mass.?] Wilson's Power Presses. 1852             Boston, W.D. Ticknor & co. 1847
By I. Call, who saw the lady before her recovery              v, [7]-125 p.; 17.5 cm.
from the effects of her sufferings.; 10 p.; 19 cm.; A             Reel: 23, No. 384
poem.
   Reel: 32, No. 545                                          [Calvert, George Henry] 1803-1889.
                                                                 Ellen: a poem for the times.
Callen, James.                                                New York, G.W. Carleton & co. 1867
   An original and very interesting poem, written             [5], 8-48 p.; 19 cm.; Half-title.
since the commencement of the present year, in three             Reel: 32, No. 547
cantos: the first, entitled The fate of poets.
Philadelphia, Jesper Harding. 1835                            Cambridge (Mass.).
The second, The apocalyptic vision. The third, On the             The soldiers' monument in Cambridge.
progress of art, and the redemption of America, by            Cambridge, Press of J. Wilson and son. 1870
the immortal Washington...; 24 p.; 17.5 cm.                   Proceedings in relation to the building and dedication
   Reel: 23, No. 383                                          of the monument erected in the years 1869-70, by the
                                                              city government of Cambridge, Mass., in honor of
Calvert, George Henry, 1803-1889.                             those of her soldiers and sailors who died in defence
   Anyta and other poems.                                     of the union of the states, in the war of the rebellion.;
Boston E.P. Dutton & co.; New York, Hurd &                    104 p.; front.; 24.5 cm.; "Prepared and published by
Houghton. 1866                                                order of the City council."; "Oration, by the Rev.
[3], vi-170 p.; 17.5 cm.; Half-title.                         Alexander McKensie": p. [69]-104.
   Reel: 32, No. 546                                              Reel: 33, No. 552

Calvert, George Henry, 1803-1889.                             [Cameron, Hugh].
   Cabiro: A poem.                                               The troublesome trio.
Baltimore. 1840-1864                                          Washington, Gibson Bros., Printers. 1867
Cantos 1-2, 3-4.; 2 v.                                        11 p.; 17 cm.; Half-title.
   Reel: 23, No. 383.1                                           Reel: 33, No. 553

Calvert, George Henry, 1803-1889.                             Cameron, Lucy Lyttelton (Butt), 1781-1858.
   Ellen: a poem.                                                The mountain of health; or, The hour improved.
New York, Sheldon and company. 1869                           New York, M. Day. 1838
[7], 10-57 p.; 19 cm.; Half-title.; "Published                16 p.
anonymously in 1867".                                            Reel: 23, No. 384.1
   Reel: 32, No. 548
                                                              The Camp jester; or, Amusement for the mess.
                                                              Augusta, Ga., Blackmar & brother. 1864
                                                              71, [1] p.; 19 cm.; One page of publisher's notices at
                                                              end of book.
                                                                 Reel: 33, No. 555

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Camp meeting review, containing the proceedings of              Canby, Margaret Tatnall.
a camp meeting.                                                    Flowers from the battle-field, and other poems.
n.p. 1824                                                       Philadelphia, H.B. Ashmead, printer. 1864
30 p.                                                           36 p.; 15.5 cm.
   Reel: 24, No. 385                                               Reel: 33, No. 560

Camp, Charles Whittlesey.                                       Canfield, Martha C.
   A poem [A vision of life].                                      Poetical selections from the papers of the late Mrs.
New Haven, Printed by B.L. Hamlen. 1844                         Martha C. Canfield.
by Charles Whittlesey Camp; and the valedictory                 New York, A.D.F. Randolph. 1858
oration [Idolatry of intellect] by Oswin Hart                   Printed for private distribution.; 135 p.; 17 cm.
Doolittle; pronounced before the senior class in Yale              Reel: 33, No. 561
college, July 3, 1844...; 40 p.; 23 cm.
   Reel: 23, No. 384.2                                          Canning, J.D., 1816-1892.
                                                                  The Shad-fishers.
Camp, Phineas, 1788-1868.                                       Greenfield, Published by R.C. Graves. 1854
    Poems of the Mohawk Valley, and on scenes in                By the "Peasant bard."; 24 p.; 12.
Palestine, together with an essay on the origin of                Reel: 33, No. 562
poetry, with miscellaneous poems and sketches.
Utica, New York, Curtiss & White, printers. 1859                Canning, Josiah Dean, 1816-1892.
vi, [7]-204 p.; 18.5 cm.                                            Poems.
    Reel: 33, No. 554                                           Greenfield, Mass., Phelps & Ingersoll, printers. 1838
                                                                viii, [9]-205 p.; 15 cm.
Campbell, Edward R., 1787-1857.                                     Reel: 24, No. 386
  The heroine of Scutari and other poems.
New York, Dana and co. [etc., etc.]. 1857                       [Canning, Josiah Dean] 1816-1892.
334 p.; 19.5 cm.                                                  Thanksgiving eve.
   Reel: 33, No. 556                                            Greenfield, Mass., Merriam and Mirick. 1847
                                                                By the "Peasant bard"...; 48 p.; 19.5 cm.
Campbell, Gabriel, 1838-1923.                                     Reel: 24, No. 387
   War pictures, a poem.
Ann Arbor, Press of Dr. A.W. Chase. 1865                        Cannon, Charles James, 1800-1860.
captain, Seventeenth Michigan volunteer infantry.;                The crowning hour, and other poems.
[7], 6-18 p.; 23.5 cm.; Half-title.                             New York, E. Dunigan. 1843
   Reel: 33, No. 557                                            132 p.; front. (port.); 19 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 24, No. 388
[Campbell, Jacob] 1760-1788.
   Poetical essays by a junior in Providence college.           Cannon, Charles James, 1800-1860.
Providence, Printed by Bonnet Wheeler. [1782]                      Dramas.
10, 10 [i.e. 11], 1 p., 2 [?].; Cover title.                    New York, E. Dunigan and brother. 1857
   Reel: 13, No. 326                                            355 p.; 18.5 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 33, No. 563
Campbell, John Wilson.
   Biographical sketches; with other literary remains.          Cannon, Charles James, 1800-1860.
Columbus, Printed for the publisher by Scott &                      Facts, feelings and fancies.
Gallagher. 1838                                                 New York, Bliss, Wadsworth & co. 1835
279 p.; 2 port.                                                 vi, [7]-191, [1] p.; 18.5 cm.
   Reel: 24, No. 385.1                                              Reel: 24, No. 389

Campbell, Juliet Hamersley (Lewis), 1823-1898.                  Cannon, Charles James, 1800-1860.
   Legend of the infancy of our Saviour.                            Poems, dramatic and miscellaneous.
Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1862                        New York, E. Dunigan and brother. 1851
A Christmas carol.; [6], ix-36 p.; 17.5 cm.; Half-title.        vi, [2], 208 p.; 19 cm.
   Reel: 33, No. 558                                                Reel: 33, No. 565

Campton (N.H.).                                                 Cannon, Charles James, 1800-1860.
    The centennial celebration of the town of                      The poet's quest, and other poems.
Campton, New Hamshire, Sept. 12th, 1867.                        New York, Casserly & sons. 1841
Concord, A.G. Jones. 1868                                       72 p.; 18.5 cm.
iv, 5-118 p.; 19 cm.                                               Reel: 24, No. 391
    Reel: 33, No. 559




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[Cannon, Charles James] 1800-1860.                             [Carey, James] fl. 1798.
   Poems, by a Proser [pseud.].                                    The House of wisdom in a bustle; a poem,
New York, W.T. Janvier. 1831                                   descriptive of the noted battle, lately fought in C-ng--
48 p.; 18.5 cm.                                                ss, by Geoffry Touchstone [pseud.].
   Reel: 24, No. 390                                           Philadelphia, Printed for the author. 1798
                                                               27 p.; 23 cm.
[Cannon, Charles James] 1800-1860.                                 Reel: 14, No. 332
  Scenes and characters from the comedy of life.
New York, E. Dunigan. 1847                                     Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.
By the author of "Harry Layden," etc. ...; 216 p.; 16.5           The Plagi-scurriliad: a Hudibrastic poem.
cm.                                                            Philadelphia, Printed and sold by the author, January
  Reel: 24, No. 392                                            16. 1786
                                                               Dedicated to Colonel Eleazer Oswald.; iv, 27, 3 p.
Capadose, Emily Anne Ximenes.                                     Reel: 14, No. 335
   Jamaica and her children.
London: Printed for the author, and published by               Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.
John Nichols. 1840                                                 The Porcupiniad: a Hudibrastic poem.
A poem.; 16 p.; 21 cm.                                         Philadelphia, Printed for and sold by the author, April
   Reel: 24, No. 393                                           22. 1799
                                                               In three cantos. Addressed to William Cobbett. Canto
[Capen, Elmer Hewitt] 1838-1905.                               I. 2d ed., improved.; 2 v.; fronts.
    Oration and poem.                                              Reel: 14, No. 337
Boston, Universalist publishing house. [1865?]
Alumni association. Tufts college, July 12, 1865.; 95          Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.
p.; 21 cm.; Oration by E.H. Capen; poem by G.C.                    The porcupiniad: a Hudibrastic poem.
Waldo.                                                         Philadelphia, Printed for and sold by the author,
    Reel: 33, No. 566                                          March 2. 1799
                                                               In four cantos. Addressed to William Cobbett. Canto
Captain, James Elisha John.                                    I.; 2 v.; fronts.; 23 cm.
    A dissertation, politico-theological: is slavery               Reel: 14, No. 336
contrary to Christian liberty? Which, by divine favor,
and under the patronage of the most reverend and               Carhart, John Wesley, 1834-1914.
distinguished John Van Den Honert.                                 The poets and poetry of the Hebrews.
Leyden, Holland, Printed at the University Press, by           New York, Sheldon & Co. 1865
Samuel Luchtman. 1742. [i.e. 1860]                             xii, 195 p.; 20 cm.
is submitted to the candid examination of the public,              Reel: 33, No. 568
by the author, James Elisha John Captain, African;
who will be ready to defend the same on the tenth              Carhart, John Wesley, 1834-1914.
day of March from nine to ten, A.M., and from two to               Sunny hours; consisting of poems on various
three, P.M. Translated from the Latin.; 44 p.; 20 cm.;         subjects.
Includes poetry.; On cover: Louisville, Ky., Morton            New York, Pudney & Russell, printers. 1859
& Griswold, printers, 1860.                                    xi, [1], 7-233 p.; front. port.; 19 cm.
    Reel: 33, No. 567                                              Reel: 34, No. 569

Carey, Alice, 1820-1871.                                       Carleton, Osgood, 1742-1816.
   Poems by Alice and Phoebe Carey.                               Carleton's compendium of practical arithmetic.
Philadelphia, Moss and brother. 1850                           Boston, Published by Thomas Wells, and sold in his
264 p.; 18 cm.                                                 bookstore, no. 3, Hanover street, and by the principal
   Reel: 25, No. 404                                           Booksellers in the Union, Lincoln and Edwards,
                                                               printers. 1810
[Carey, James] fl. 1798.                                       Applied to the federal and other currencies. Designed
   He would be a poet; or, Nature will be nature still.        for the use of schools in the United States ...
Philadelphia, Printed for the author. 1796                     Compiled at the request of the associated instructors
An heroic poem: to which is annexed a thanksgiving             of youth in Boston.; 1 p.l., 5, 10-251, 1 p.
epistle on electioneering success. By Geoffry                     Reel: 14, No. 338
Touchstone [pseud.]; 28 p.
   Reel: 13, No. 331                                           Carlton, Carrie, pseud.
                                                                  Wayside flowers.
[Carey, James] fl. 1798.                                       Milwaukee, Strickland & co. 1862
   The House of wisdom in a bustle.                            163 p.; 18 cm.
New York, Printed for the purchasers. 1798                        Reel: 34, No. 570
A poem descriptive of the noted battle lately fought
in C-ng-ss. By Geoffry Touchstone [pseud.]; 24 p.
   Reel: 14, No. 333


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Carmichael, Sarah E.                                             The Carrier of the Independent Ledger, &c., wishes
   Poems.                                                        his kind customers a Merry Christmas & Happy
San Francisco, Towne and Bacon. 1866                             New-Year.
A brief selection, published by permission of the                Boston. January 1, 1785
authoress, for private circulation.; 72 p.; 19 cm.; First        and presents the following ...; broadside.
edition.                                                            Reel: 14, No. 344
   Reel: 34, No. 571
                                                                 [Carrier's adress] A poem addressed to the people of
Carmichael, Sarah E.                                             Virginia, on New Year's day, 1788.
   Poems.                                                        Alexandria. January 10, 1788
San Francisco, Towne and Bacon. 1866                             (In American museum. January, 1788. p. 92-93).
72 p.; Second edition.; Published for private                       Reel: 14, No. 349
circulation.
   Reel: 34, No. 572                                             Carseer, G.
                                                                     Hymns for the nativity of our Saviour, Jesus
[Carnes, Frederick G.] d. 1889.                                  Christ.
   Poems.                                                        Boston, Printed by John Elliot, no. 5 Court street.
New York. [1854]                                                 1817
84 p.; 18 cm.; Author's autograph presentation copy              In four parts.; 24 p.; 21.5 cm.; Cover title.
to Horace P. Chandler dated xmas 1862.                               Reel: 14, No. 351
   Reel: 34, No. 573
                                                                 Carter, Bernard M.
Carols of Wentworth; or, Songs of the old dominion.                 Miscellaneous poems.
Philadelphia, W.L. Drane & co. 1836                              Philadelphia, Printed for J. Maxwell, Walnut street.
74 p.                                                            1820
   Reel: 24, No. 394                                             4 p.l., [5]-95 p.
                                                                    Reel: 14, No. 352
Carpenter, Hugh Smith, 1824-1899.
   Transition: a remembrance of Emma Whiting.                    Carter, Bernard Moore, b. 1780.
New York, Carleton. 1863                                            Poems.
[9], 8-179 p.; front. (port.); 20 cm.                            London, A.J. Valpy. 1824
   Reel: 34, No. 574                                             x p., 1 l., 125 p.; 18.5 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 24, No. 396
[Carpenter, James M.].
   The legend of Hob-or-Nob; a comical poem; by                  Carter, Jacob, b. 1813.
Reuben Lingerlong, esq. [pseud.].                                   My drunken life, in fifteen chapters, from 1825-
New York, Baker & Godwin, printers. 1870                         1847.
[7], 6-48 p.; 18 cm.                                             Boston, The author. 1847
   Reel: 34, No. 575                                             96 p.
                                                                    Reel: 24, No. 397
Carpenter, Marcus T.
  Memories of the past.                                          Carter, Nathaniel Hazeltine, 1787-1830.
New York, Baker and Scribner. 1850                                   Pains of the imagination, a poem, read before the
Poems.; ix, [11]-168 p.; 19 cm.                                  Phi beta kappa society at Dartmouth college, August
  Reel: 24, No. 395                                              19, 1824.
                                                                 Boston, Commercial gazette press. 1824
Carpenter, William.                                              v, 25 p.; 22.5 cm.
   A poem, on the execution of William Shaw, at                      Reel: 24, No. 398
Springfield, December 13th 1770, for the murder of
Edward East in Springfield Goal.                                 Carter, Nathaniel Hazeltine, 1787-1830.
[New York] Charles F. Heartman. 1916                                 Pains of the imagination, a poem, read before the
[9] p., 1 fold. facsim.; (Heartman's historical series,          Phi beta kappa society at Dartmouth college, August
no. 21).                                                         19, 1824.
   Reel: 14, No. 341                                             New York, Clayton and Van Norden. 1824
                                                                 v, [7]-31 p.; 22.5 cm.
Carr, George P.                                                      Reel: 24, No. 399
  The contest: a poem.
Chicago, P.L. Hanscom. 1866                                      Carter, St. Leger Landon, 1785-1851.
115 p.; 16 cm.                                                       Nugae, by Nugator; or, Pieces in prose and verse.
   Reel: 34, No. 576                                             Baltimore, Woods and Crane. 1844
                                                                 iv, [5]-215 p.; 16 cm.
                                                                     Reel: 24, No. 400




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Carter, William Lorenzo, b. 1813.                               Cary, Alice, 1820-1871.
   Miscellaneous poems, on various subjects.                        A lover's diary.
Akron [O.] Printed by H. Canfield. 1848                         Boston, Ticknor & Fields. 1868
Composed by Wm. L. Carter, who has been blind                   ix, 240 p; illus.; 17.5 cm.
from his birth.; v, [6]-32 p.; 15.5 cm.                             Reel: 34, No. 583
   Reel: 24, No. 402
                                                                Cary, Alice, 1820-1871.
Carter, William Lorenzo, b. 1813.                                   Lyra, and other poems.
   Miscellaneous poems, on various subjects.                    New York, Redfield, Clinton Hall. 1852
Chagrin Falls [O.] M.H. Doolittle, printers. [1844?]            177, [14] p.; 19 cm.; 14 pages of publisher's notices
Composed by Wm. L. Carter, who has been blind                   at end of book.
from his birth.; [27] p.; 15 cm.                                    Reel: 35, No. 584
   Reel: 24, No. 401
                                                                Cary, Alice, 1820-1871.
[Cartland, Moses Austin] 1805-1863.                                Married, not mated; or, How they lived at
   An epistolary lament, supposed to have been                  Woodside and Throckmorton Hall.
written by a surviving Hunker soon after the N.H.               New York, Derby & Jackson; Cincinnati, H.W.
election and addressed to his old friend in                     Derby. 1856
Washington, with explanatory notes.                             [5], 8-425 p.; 19 cm.; Half-title.
Concord, [N.H.] Jones & Cogswell, printers. 1855                   Reel: 35, No. 585
24 p.; 17.5 cm.; Half-title.
   Reel: 34, No. 578                                            Cary, Alice, 1820-1871.
                                                                    Poems.
Carver, William.                                                Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1855
   Select pieces in próse and verse, on various                 viii p., 1 l., 11-399 p.; 19 cm.
subjects.                                                           Reel: 35, No. 586
New York. 1834
36 p.                                                           Cary, Alice, 1820-1871.
   Reel: 24, No. 403                                               Snow-berries.
                                                                Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1867
Cary, Alice Butler.                                             A book for young folks.; x, 206 p.; front., plates.;
   Florence Nightingale; or, The angel of charity.              27.5 cm.
Brooklyn. 1857                                                     Reel: 35, No. 587
32 p.
   Reel: 35, No. 588                                            Cary, Phoebe, 1824-1871.
                                                                    Poems and parodies.
Cary, Alice, 1820-1871.                                         Boston, Ticknor, Reed, and Fields. 1854
    Ballads, lyrics, and hymns.                                 vi, 200 p.; 19 cm.; Half-title.; 1st edition.
New York, Hurd and Houghton. 1866                                   Reel: 35, No. 589
ix, [4], 4-333 p.; front. (port.) illus.; 20 cm.; Cover-
title: Alice Cary's poems.                                      Cary, Phoebe, 1824-1871.
    Reel: 34, No. 579                                               Poems of faith, hope, and love.
                                                                New York, Hurd and Houghton. 1868
Cary, Alice, 1820-1871.                                         v, 249 p.; 18.5 cm.
   The bishop's son.                                                Reel: 35, No. 590
New York, G.W. Carleton & co.; [etc.,etc.]. 1867
A novel,; [4], 7-416, [4] p.; 19 cm.; 4 pages of                Cary, Thomas, 1751-1823.
publisher's notices at end of book.                                 Abram's plains: a poem.
   Reel: 34, No. 580                                            Quebec, Printed for the author. 1789
                                                                iv, 20 p.; 36 cm.; A photostatic copy.
Cary, Alice, 1820-1871.                                             Reel: 14, No. 354
   Clovernook children.
Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1855                                Case, Wheeler, d. 1793.
With engravings by Baker from designs by Barry.;                    Revolutionary memorials.
291 p.; front. plates.; 17.5 cm.                                New York, M.W. Dodd. 1852
   Reel: 34, No. 581                                            embracing poems; published in 1778, and an
                                                                appendix, containing General Burgoyne's
Cary, Alice, 1820-1871.                                         proclamation, (in burlesque,) dated June 28, 1777--A
    Hagar, a story of to-day.                                   late authentic account of the death of Miss Jane
New York, Redfield. 1852                                        M'Crea--The American hero, a Sapphie ode, by Nat.
vi, [13]-300, [12] p.; 19 cm.; 12 pages of publisher's          Niles, A. M., etc. Ed. by the Rev. Stephen Dodd...; iv,
notices at end of book.; Half-title.                            [5]-69 p.; 18.5 cm.
    Reel: 34, No. 582                                               Reel: 35, No. 591



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[Case, Wheeler] d. 1793.                                     Castleman, T.T.
    Poems on several occurrences in the present grand           Plain sermons for servants, by Rev. T.T.
struggle for American liberty.                               Castleman, and other members of the episcopal
Chatham [N.Y.], Printed by Shepard Kollock. 1779             church.
5th ed.; 1 p.l., 3, 6-24 p.; 11 cm.; Cover title.            New York, Stanford & Delisser. 1858
    Reel: 14, No. 356                                        Written and published by request of the Rt. Rev.
                                                             William Meade D.D. and the convocation of Central
[Case, Wheeler] d. 1793.                                     Va.; 438 p.; 20 cm.
    Poems on several occurrences in the present grand           Reel: 35, No. 595
struggle for American liberty.
[n.p.] Printed. 1779                                         [Castlen, E.B.].
5th ed.; 39 p.; 11 cm.                                          Autumn Dreams, by Chiquita [pseud.].
    Reel: 14, No. 357                                        New York, Appleton. 1870
                                                             108 p.; port.; 20 cm.; Poems.
Casey, Charles.                                                 Reel: 35, No. 596
    The charge of the Light Brigade.
St. Louis, Published by Gray & Crawford. 1861                Catalogue of the Palmer marbles, at the Hall
8 p.; 18.5 cm., in case 20 cm.; "Prefatory" signed:          belonging to the Church of the Divine Unity.
Charles Casey, St. Louis, Jan. 1855.; Originally             Albany, J. Munsell. 1856
printed green wrapper, in green cloth folder.                New York, November, 1856.; 20 p.; Half-title.
    Reel: 35, No. 592                                           Reel: 35, No. 597
Cassegrain, Arthur.                                          Cate, James, 1728?-1813.
    La Grand-tronciade; ou, Itinéraire de Quebec à la           Devastation by the "King of Terrours," in the
Rivière-du-Loup poème badin par Arthur Cassegrain.           family of Mr. Jeremiah Sandborn, &c. of
Ottawa, G.E. Desbarats. 1866                                 Sandbornton, in the year 1798, &c.
vii, 96 p.; 17.5 cm.                                         [Exeter, N.H.] Printed by J.L. [i.e. John Lamson] for
    Reel: 35, No. 593                                        the author. 1799
                                                             broadside.
Cassels, Samuel Jones, 1806-1853.                               Reel: 14, No. 359
    Liberty poems.
Charleston [S.C.] Sold by Allyn and McCarter;                Cate, James, 1728?-1813.
Macon [Ga.] J.M. Boardman; [etc., etc.]. 1851                   Remarks on the death of Mr. George Hancock,
xii, [9]-92 p.; 18.5 cm.; Half-title.                        jun.
    Reel: 35, No. 594                                        Northfield, Printed by J.L. [i.e. John Lamson] for the
                                                             Author. 1798
Cassels, Samuel Jones, 1806-1853.                            broadside.
   Providence, and other poems.                                 Reel: 14, No. 360
Macon, Ga., Griffin & Purse. 1838
356 p.; 19 cm.                                               [Cate, James] 1728?-1813.
   Reel: 25, No. 405                                            The following lines were composed on the
                                                             melancholy state of the family of Mr. Benjamin
Castanis, Christophoros Plato, b. 1814.                      Sandborn, of Sandbornton, who departed this life
    Essay on the ancient and modern Greek                    October 20, 1794, in the 49th year of his age.
languages, containing remarks on the accents,                [Dover, N.H., Printed by Samuel Bragg, jun.]. [1795]
pronunciation and versification of the Greek                 broadside.
languages, with historical notes, etc.                          Reel: 14, No. 358
Andover, Mass, Printed by Allen, Morrill and
Wardwell. 1844                                               Cathley, Charles, comp.
To which is added extracts from modern Greek                    The ship Union and her pilot.
authors; Christopoulos on versification; an oration          New York, Craighead. 1852
delivered before the New York Legislature; and a             A poem, in three parts. Compiled [from Longfellow
guide to acquire knowledge of the modern Greek.;             and others] by Charles Cathley.; 16 p.; 21 cm.
viii, [9]-80 p.; 23 cm.                                         Reel: 35, No. 598
    Reel: 25, No. 406
                                                             Catonis disticha. Cato's Moral distichs, englished in
Castle Creighton: a poem, in three parts.                    couplets [by James Logan].
Providence, Wm. Simons, Jr., printer. 1831                   Philadelphia, Printed and sold by B. Franklin. 1735
23, [1] p.; 22 cm.                                           23, [1] p.; 19.7 cm.
   Reel: 25, No. 407                                            Reel: 14, No. 362




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Caughey, A.H., 1827-1917.                                   Celebration of Washington's birthday in Rome and
   Home, and other poems.                                   Naples.
New York, Carleton. 1862                                    Published by order of the Committees of
82 p.; 18 cm.                                               arrangements.
   Reel: 36, No. 599                                        February 22, 1866.; 43 p.; 23 cm.; cover-title.
                                                               Reel: 36, No. 602
Caulkins, Frances Manwaring, 1795-1869.
   Bride brook.                                             Century Association, New York.
New London, Colfax & Holt, publishers. 1852                     The Bryant festival at "The Century".
A legend of New London, Connecticut.; 11 p.; 18 cm.         New York, Century association. 1865
   Reel: 25, No. 408                                        Illustrated ed.; 88 p.; front., ports., pl.; 31 cm.; "Only
                                                            150 copies printed.".
Caulkins, Frances Manwaring, 1795-1869.                         Reel: 36, No. 603
   Colporteur songs, written for the American
Messenger.                                                  Century Association, New York.
New London, Conn. [185-?]                                      The Bryant festival at "The Century," November
12 p.; 19 cm.                                               5, M.DCCC.LXIV.
   Reel: 25, No. 409                                        New York, D. Appleton and company. 1865
                                                            88 p.; 22 cm.
Caunter, John Hobart, 1794-1851.                               Reel: 36, No. 604
   A sermon on patience under affliction occasioned
by the death of [W. R. G. Bates].                           Challen, James.
London. [n.d.]                                                 The cave of Machpelah and other poems.
Preached at St. Paul's Chapel, St. Marylebone, Dec.         Philadelphia, C. Sherman, printer. 1854
28, 1834.; 41 p.; 30 cm.                                    [3], viii-220 p; 19 cm.
   Reel: 25, No. 409.1                                         Reel: 36, No. 605

A Caution; or, Reflections on the present contest           Challen, James.
between France and Great Britain.                              Igdrasil or, The tree of existence.
[Philadelphia], Printed by Benjamin Franklin Bache,         Philadelphia, Lindsay and Blakison. 1859
no. 112, Market street. 1798                                [4], 9-170 p.; 19.5 cm.; Half-title.
14 p.; 21 cm.                                                  Reel: 36, No. 606
   Reel: 14, No. 363
                                                            Challen, James.
Cauwet, Pierre, 1843-1917.                                     Island of the giant fairies.
   ... Poésies.                                             Philadelphia, H. Challen. 1868
San Francisco, H. Payot. 1867                               23, [1] p.; One page of publisher's notices at end of
198 p.; 23.5 cm.; Contains signed autograph poem            book.
"Les poëts", dedicated to C.W. Stoddard, and its               Reel: 36, No. 607
English translation. Also newspaper clipping of
Stoddard's poem in response.                                Chamberlain, C., Mrs.
   Reel: 36, No. 600                                            Poems.
                                                            Cincinnati, Ward & Taylor. 1853
Caverly, Robert Boodey, 1806-1887.                          iv, 209 p.; 19.5 cm.
   The Merrimac and its incidents.                              Reel: 36, No. 608
Boston, Innes and Niles. 1866
An epic poem.; 80 p.; Printed on one side of page           Chandler, David.
only.                                                          The miscellaneous works of David Chandler,
   Reel: 36, No. 601                                        Elizabeth-Town, New-Jersey.
                                                            Schenectady [N.Y.], Published by Jonathan Price
Cavrois, Clémence.                                          Riggs & Stevens, printers. 1814
   Album: ["Heures de solitudes, dédieés à ma bonne         21 p.
petite élève, Hope B. Ives"].                                  Reel: 14, No. 366
[Providence]. [1850]
49 l., [16] p.; col. illus.; 20 cm.                         Chandler, Elizabeth Margaret, 1807-1834.
   Reel: 25, No. 410                                           The poetical works of Elizabeth Margaret
                                                            Chandler: with a memoir of her life & character, by
[Cecil, Richard] 1748-1810.                                 Benjamin Lundy.
   A friendly visit to the house of mourning.               Philadelphia, T.E. Chapman; New York, Baker,
Boston, Printed and sold by Manning & Loring, no.           Crane & Day. 1845
2, Cornhill. 1805                                           180 p.; front. (port.); 18.5 cm.
4th ed.; 1 p.l., 2, 4-72, 1 l. [1] p.; 14 cm.; Nancy           Reel: 25, No. 412
Luce's copy, with original mss. poems.
   Reel: 14, No. 364


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Chandler, Elizabeth Margaret, 1807-1834.                     Chapin, Edwin Hubbell, 1814-1880.
   The poetical works of Elizabeth Margaret                     [Poems in manuscript signed with the initials
Chandler: with a memoir of her life and character, by        E.H.C.].
Benjamin Lundy.                                              [n.p.]. [n.d.]
Philadelphia, L. Howell. 1836                                [61] p.; 21 cm.
180 p.; front. (port.); 18.5 cm.                                Reel: 25, No. 416.1
   Reel: 25, No. 411
                                                             Chapin, Henry, 1811-1878.
Chandler, William.                                              A poem delivered at.
   A journal of the survey of Narragansett Bay, and          Milford, G.W. Stacy. [1867]
parts adjacent taken in the months of May and June           Mendon, the celebration of the 200th anniversary of
A.D. 1741.                                                   the incorporation of the town of Mendon.; May 15,
[Newport, The Widow Franklin]. [1741]                        1867.; 16 p.; 8.
broadside.                                                      Reel: 36, No. 611
   Reel: 14, No. 368
                                                             Chapin, Henry, 1811-1878.
Channing, W.E., 1817-1901.                                      A poem delivered at the celebration of the two
   Near home; a poem.                                        hundredth anniversary of the incorporation of the
Boston: James Munroe & Co. 1858                              town of Mendon, May 15, 1867.
52 p.; 18.5 cm.                                              Milford, G.W. Stacy. 1867
   Reel: 36, No. 609                                         16 p.
                                                                Reel: 118, No. 2099
[Channing, Walter] 1786-1876.
    New and old.                                             Chapin, Pelatiah, 1746-1837.
[Boston?]. 1851                                                 Evangelic poetry, for the purposes of devotion,
v, 151 p.; 19.5 cm.; Poems.; "Notes": p. [139]-151.          excited by spiritual songs and conviction urged by
    Reel: 36, No. 610                                        gospel truth.
                                                             Concord [N.H.], Printed by Geo. Hough, for the
Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842.                         author. 1794
   Discourse delivered in Boston, at the solemn              207, [1], 132 p.; 17 cm.
festival in commemoration of the goodness of God in             Reel: 14, No. 371
delivering the Christian world from military
despotism, June 15, 1814.                                    The Chaplet, a collection of poems, by E. H. C.
Boston, Published by Henry Channing. 1814                    Philadelphia, F.C. Wilson. 1846
16, 8 p.; 24 cm.; Cover title.                               Ed. by Rev. Henry D. Moore.; x, [13]-120 p.; 16.5
   Reel: 14, No. 369                                         cm.
                                                                Reel: 25, No. 417
Channing, William Ellery, 1817-1901.
    Poems.                                                   Chaplin, Jane D.
Boston, C.C. Little & J. Brown. 1843                            Original hymn.
viii, 151 p.; 17 cm.                                         Andover, Ma., Printed by Warren F. Draper. 1859
    Reel: 25, No. 413                                        East Abington; (In Phillips academy, Andover,
                                                             Massachusetts. Order of exercises at exhibition,
Channing, William Ellery, 1817-1901.                         Andover, Mass., July 26, 1859.; p. 7-8).
    The woodman and other poems.                                Reel: 134, No. 2422
Boston, J. Munroe & co. 1849
iv, 92 p.; 18.5 cm.                                          Chapman, E. Harris.
    Reel: 25, No. 415                                           The parsonage.
                                                             Cleveland, Printed by Smead & Cowles. 1849
The Chapin gathering.                                        vi p., 1 p.l., [9]-153 p.; 11.5 cm.
Springfield. Printed by S. Bowles and co. 1862                  Reel: 25, No. 417.1
Proceedings at the meeting of the Chapin family, in
Springfield, Mass., September 17, 1862.; 97 p.; 21.5         Chapman, Edward John, 1821-1904.
cm.; Half-title.; Includes a poem, written for the               A song of charity.
occasion, by Dr. Joseph G. Holland.                          London, B.M. Pickering. 1858
   Reel: 36, No. 612                                         (2d ed.)...; [6], 98 p.; 17 cm.; [Hazlitt tracts, v. 23 no.
                                                             4]; "Some additional poems": p. 75-98.
Chapin, Edwin Hubbell, 1814-1880.                                Reel: 36, No. 614
   Address delivered before Montezuma lodge, no.
35, I.O.O.F., January 27th, 1845.
[n.p.]. 1845
Also an original poem delivered on the same
occasion, by Bro. T. B. Read.; 23 p.; 23 cm.
   Reel: 25, No. 416


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[Chapman, Edward John] 1821-1904.                              A Charleston lady, pseud.
   A song of charity.                                             "Charleston", a poem, answered.
Toronto, A.H. Armour and company. 1857                         [n.p.]. 1848
(Canadian ed.); [7], 10-80 p.; 23 cm.; Signed: E.J.C.;         12 p.
Contents.--A song of charity.--Some additional                    Reel: 26, No. 419
poems: A Canadian summer's night. The poor
Mignon.                                                        Charlestown (Mass.). First Church.
   Reel: 36, No. 613                                              Semi-centennial celebration of the First Sabbath-
                                                               school society in Massachusetts and the 1st Parish
Chapman, G.W., d. 1881.                                        Sabbath school, Charlestown, held on the Lord's Day,
   A tribute to Kane: and other poems.                         October 14, 1866.
New York, Rudd & Carleton. 1860                                Boston, Arthur W. Locke & co. 1867
[3], 6-161 p.; 19 cm.                                          97,[9]p.; front. (port.); 19 cm.
   Reel: 36, No. 615                                              Reel: 37, No. 619

Chapman, George Whitefield, 1780-1875.                         Charlie and Beatrice, and other stories.
   Brief history of Gilead, and prose and poetic               Boston, Published by Henry Hoyt, no. 9 Cornhill.
writings.                                                      [18--]
Portland [Me.] The Author. 1867                                64 p.; illus. (front.); 15 cm.
[3d ed., with additions]; [2], [5]-132 p.; 19.5 cm.; On           Reel: 14, No. 375
cover: Writings of Goerge Chapman.;
"Autobiography of George Whitefield Chapman": p.               Charlton, John K.M.
[15]-21.                                                          Tales and miscellanies in prose and poetry.
   Reel: 37, No. 616                                           Washington, Geo., Published by P.C. Guieu. 1820
                                                               By ... author of several dramatic works. No. 1.; 2 p.l.,
Chapman, Joseph W.                                             28 p.
   Poems on various subjects, religious and moral.                Reel: 14, No. 376
[n.p.] Printed in the year. 1813
[12] p.; 18.6 cm.                                              Charlton, Robert Milledge, 1807-1854.
   Reel: 14, No. 374                                              Poems, by Robert M. Charlton, and Thomas J.
                                                               Charlton.
Chard, Thomas S.                                               Boston, C.C. Little and J. Brown. 1839
   The voyage from childhood to heaven, a poem.                vi p., 1 p.l., [9]-174 p.; 18 cm.
Chicago. [1870]                                                   Reel: 26, No. 420
21 p.; 17 cm.; Printed on one side of leaf only.;
Author's autographed presentation copy.                        The Charter oak.
   Reel: 37, No. 617                                           Hartford, A. Collins. 1856
                                                               Its history--its fall...; 12 p.; illus.; 18 cm.
Chard, Thomas S.                                                   Reel: 37, No. 621
   The waking; a poem.
Chicago, Goodman. 1869                                         Chase, Ebenezer, 1785-1866.
25 numb. leaves.                                                  Divine songs, composed on various occasions and
   Reel: 37, No. 618                                           subjects.
                                                               Exeter [N.H.], Printed for J. Richardson. 1814
The Charivari; or Canadian poetics: a tale, after the          46 p.; front.; 12.2 cm.
manner of Beppo.                                                  Reel: 14, No. 377
Montreal. 1824
48, [1] p.; 19 cm.                                             [Chase, Henry].
   Reel: 26, No. 418                                              The life and times of Sam written by himself.
                                                               Claremont, New Hampshire, Tracy and Sanford.
Charleston (S.C.). Magnolia Cemetery.                          1855
    Magnolia Cemetery; the proceedings at the                  32 p.; 22 cm.; in case 25.5 cm.
dedication of the grounds, to which are appended the              Reel: 37, No. 622
rules, regulations and charter of the company: with a
list of officers and members of the board.                     Chase, Lucien B., 1817-1864.
Charleston, S.C., Walker & James. 1851                            The spirit of '76.
88 p.; 23 cm.; Contains an Original ode, Ode, by               New York, printed for the author. 1855
Henry Timrod, and The city of the silent, by William           A play.; 59 p.; D.
Gilmore Simms.                                                    Reel: 37, No. 623
    Reel: 37, No. 620
                                                               Chase, Lucien B., 1817-1864.
                                                                  The young man about town.
                                                               New York. 1854
                                                               A comedy in three acts.; 42 p.; 12.
                                                                  Reel: 37, No. 624

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                                                 Author Index

Chase, Mary M., 1822-1852.                                          Cheever, Ezekiel, 1783-1862.
  Mary M. Chase and her writings.                                      Sketches of his life; accompanied by eight
Boston, Ticknor & Fields. 1855                                      discourses: together with poetic effusions, on various
Henry Fowler, editor.; xlvi p.1 l., 336 p.; 19 cm.                  occasions and topics.
  Reel: 37, No. 625                                                 Northampton [Mass.] J. Metcalf, printer. 1835
                                                                    297 p.; 15.5 cm.
Chase, Thomas.                                                         Reel: 26, No. 423
   [The friends' alma mater].
Providence, R.I., Knowles, Anthony & co. 1860                       Cheever, G.B., 1807-1890.
(In Moses Brown school, Providence, Rhode Island.                      The dream, or The True history of Deacon Gile's
Alumni Association. Proceedings ... [1st].; p. 18-19).              distillery, and Deacon Jones' brewery.
   Reel: 122, No. 2182                                              New York, T. Hamilton. 1859
                                                                    16 p.
Chatterton, Augustus.                                                  Reel: 37, No. 628
   The buds of beauty; or, Parnassian sprig.
Baltimore, Printed for the author by John Hayes.                    Cheever, George Barrell, 1807-1890.
1787                                                                    A defence in abatement: of judgment for an
Being a collection of original poems upon various                   alleged libel in the story entitled "Inquire at Amos
subjects...; x p., 1 l., [11]-106 p.; incl. front.; 16.5 cm.        Giles' distillery".
   Reel: 15, No. 378                                                New York, Leavitt, Lord, & co. 1836
                                                                    Addressed to the Hon. Chief Justice Shaw, at the
[Chauncy, Charles] 1705-1787.                                       session of the Supreme judicial court of
   The opinion of one that has perused the summer                   Massachusetts held in Salem, Dec. 4, 1835.; 112 p.;
morning's conversation concerning original sin, wrote               16 cm.
by the Rev. Mr. Peter Clark.                                            Reel: 26, No. 424
Boston, Printed and sold by Green & Russell,
opposite the probate office in Queen street. 1758                   [Cheever, George Barrell, 1807-1890].
To which is added, a few remarks on the                                The dream; or, The true history of Deacon Giles'
recommendatory preface by five reverend clergymen.                  distillery and Deacon Jones' brewery, reported for the
In a letter to a friend.; 28 p.; 19.5 cm.                           benefit of posterity.
   Reel: 15, No. 379                                                New York: Printed for the publisher. 1846
                                                                    24 p.; illus.; 22 cm.
Cheboague island, Casco Bay, July 18th, 1867.                          Reel: 26, No. 425
New York, [Baker & Godwin, printers]. [1867]
8 p.; 23 cm.; Poem.                                                 [Cheever, George Barrell] 1807-1890.
   Reel: 37, No. 627                                                   The dream: or, The true history of Deacon Giles'
                                                                    distillery, and Deacon Jones' brewery.
Cheever, Ezekiel, 1783-1862.                                        New York. 1848
   The obedience of faith, a discourse delivered in                 Reported for the benefit of posterity...; 32 p.; fold.
the Baptist meeting house in Deerfield, on one of the               front., illus.; 23 cm.
Sabbaths in June, 1833.                                                Reel: 26, No. 426
Greenfield, J.P. Fogg. 1833
23 p.; 20 cm.                                                       [Cheever, George Barrell] 1807-1890.
   Reel: 26, No. 421                                                   The true history of Deacon Giles' distillery.
                                                                    New York. 1844
Cheever, Ezekiel, 1783-1862.                                        Reported for the benefit of posterity...; 48 p., 1 l.;
   A poem, occasioned by the death of Master John                   fold. front., illus.; 21.5 cm.
Whitman, son of Rev. Mr. Whitman of Goshen, who                        Reel: 26, No. 427
died in Boston, Sept. 3, 1805, aged sixteen.
Northampton [Mass.], Printed by William Butler.                     Chessman, Daniel, 1787-1839.
1806                                                                   Memoir of Rev. Thomas Baldwin, D D., late
By his brother.; 8 p.; 20.5 cm.                                     pastor of the Second Baptist church in Boston, who
   Reel: 15, No. 380                                                died at Waterville [!] Maine, Aug. 25, 1825, with an
                                                                    appendix containing letters and hymns.
Cheever, Ezekiel, 1783-1862.                                        Boston, J. Peak. 1841
   Sermons addressed to the Baptist Church and                      2d ed.; 107 p.; 15 cm.
Society in Deerfield, Mass., on several Sabbaths in                    Reel: 26, No. 429
November and December, 1832.
Greenfield, Mass., James P. Fogg, printer. 1833                     Chester, A.T., Rev., 1812-1892.
To which are added Acrostics, embracing lessons of                     The lessons of the war.
morality and pietry; and songs of Zion.; 48 p.; 24 cm.              Printed at Westfield Republican Office. [1865]
   Reel: 26, No. 422                                                An oration delivered in Westfield, New York, 4th of
                                                                    July, 1865,; and poem by Prof. J.C. Long of
                                                                    Westfield.; 32 p.; 21.5 cm.; Half-title.
                                                                       Reel: 37, No. 629

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                                             Author Index

Chester, Joseph Lemuel, 1821-1882.                            Child, Lydia Maria (Francis), 1802-1880.
    Greenwood cemetery, and other poems.                         Autumnal leaves: tales and sketches in prose and
New York, Saxton and Miles; Boston, Saxton, Pierce            rhyme.
& co. 1843                                                    New York, Boston, C.S. Francis & co. 1857
xi, [13]-132 p.; 19 cm.                                       [7], 10-365 p.; 17.5 cm.; Half-title.
    Reel: 26, No. 428                                            Reel: 37, No. 634
[Chester, Leonard] 1750-1803.                                 Child, Lydia Maria (Francis), 1802-1880.
   Federalism triumphant in the steady habits of                 A new flower for children.
Connecticut alone; or, The turnpike road to a fortune.        Boston, Crosby, Nichols, Lee & co. 1861
[n.p.], Printed. 1802                                         [3], 6-311, [1] p.; front.; illus.; 18 cm.; Added title
A comic opera or, political farce in six acts, as             page engraved with vignette.
performed at the Theatres Royal and Aristocratic at              Reel: 37, No. 636
Hartford and New Haven, October, 1801.; 40 p.; 23
cm.                                                           Child, Lydia Maria (Francis), 1802-1880.
   Reel: 15, No. 382                                             A new flower for children.
                                                              New York, C.S. Francis & co. 1856
Chesterfield, Ruth.                                           For children from eight to twelve years old.; [3], 6-
   A new version of old Mother Hubbard.                       311 p; front. illus.; 17 cm.; Half-title.
Boston, Prang & co. 1866                                         Reel: 37, No. 635
(9) ff Vignettes. Illuminated title page and boarders.
27 cm.; Printed on one side of page only.                     Child, Lydia Maria (Francis), Mrs., 1802-1880.
   Reel: 37, No. 630                                             Flowers for children.
                                                              New York, C.S. Francis & co; Boston, J. H. Francis.
Cheves, Elizabeth Washington (Foote).                         1845-1847
   Sketches in prose and verse.                               V. 2-3.; front., illus.; 15 cm.
Baltimore, Printed at the Publication rooms. 1849                Reel: 26, No. 433
xv, [1], [17]-264 p.; front. (port.); 19 cm.
   Reel: 26, No. 430                                          Child, William.
                                                                 A collection of hymns, newly composed on
Chicago (Ill.).                                               different subjects.
   Celebration of the eighty-sixth anniversary of the         [Providence, Printed for the author]. [1795]
independence of the United States in Chicago, July            27 p.
4th, 1862.                                                       Reel: 15, No. 384
Chicago. 1862
Printed by authority.; 31 p.; 22 cm.; Oration by              Children in the wood. The affecting history of the
Benjamin Franklin Ayer; and poem by George                    children in the wood.
William Pettes.                                               Pub. by Edward Dunigan. n.d
   Reel: 37, No. 631                                          14 p.
                                                                 Reel: 26, No. 437.1
Chief Allfudge's instructions to the New York police,
in verse.                                                     Children in the wood. The babes in the wood.
New York, [J. Craft] printer. 1859                            Providence, Chauncey Shepard. [183-?]
By an up-town democrat. 3d ed.; 35 p.; 20 cm.                 16 p.; col. illus.; 16 cm.
   Reel: 37, No. 632                                             Reel: 26, No. 438

Child, Ann (Page), Mrs.                                       Children in the wood. The babes in the wood, in
   A tribute for pupils, designed for Sabbath schools.        verse.
Providence, Burnett & King. 1842                              New-York, Mahlon Day. 1825
119 p.                                                        An affecting tale. A new ed., corrected and enlarged
   Reel: 26, No. 431                                          by a friend to youth. To which is added, Lines
                                                              addressed to a friend on Long-Island, on the death of
Child, Ann (Page), Mrs.                                       her very promising daughter, aged nearly four years
   The world; a poem delivered before the young               [by R.W.]; 31 p.; illus.; 10 cm.
people's institute.                                              Reel: 26, No. 438.1
Providence, H.H. Brown. 1842
24 p.                                                         Children in the wood. The children in the wood.
   Reel: 26, No. 432                                          New-York, Printed and sold by Mahlon Day. [182-?]
                                                              Stereotyped by A. Chandler.; 16 p.; illus.; 10 cm.
Child, Asaph Bemis, 1813-1879.                                   Reel: 27, No. 439
   The bouquet of spiritual flowers: received chiefly
through the mediumship of Mrs. J.S. Adams.
Boston, B. Marsh. 1856
188 p.; 19.5 cm.
   Reel: 37, No. 633

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                                               Author Index

Children's companion.                                          Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809-1858.
Philadelphia, J. Crissey. 1845                                    Autumn.
Translated from the French of M. Berquin, author of            (Richmond, Va.). 1845
the Children's friend.; 143 p.; front. illus.; 19 cm.          (In Southern literary messenger, vol. xi, no. x,
   Reel: 27, No. 440                                           October 1845.; 27 cm.; p. 602).
                                                                  Reel: 27, No. 440.2
The Children's hour, by E.W.S. and S.W.M.
Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1866                       Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809-1858.
128 p.; Prose and poetry.; Added t.-p., illus.;                   Birth-day song of liberty.
Originally published in 1864 by the U.S. Sanitary              Atlanta, Ga., C.R. Hanleiter & co., printers. 1856
Commission.; Variant bindings.                                 A paean of glory for the heroes of freedom.; 15 p.; 22
   Reel: 37, No. 637                                           cm.
                                                                  Reel: 38, No. 642
The Children's scrap book, by J.P.W.
New York, Leavitt & Allen. 1860                                Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809-1858.
30 l.; illus. incl. front.; 27 cm.; On cover: Picture             Eonchs of ruby.
books for boys & girls, scrap book.; Rhymed                    New York, Spalding & Shepard. 1851
couplets.; Text within line borders.                           A gift of love.; iv, [5]-166, [2] p.; 20.5 cm.
   Reel: 37, No. 638                                              Reel: 38, No. 643

The Child's cabinet of beasts and birds.                       Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809-1858.
Northampton, John Metcalf. 1840                                   The lost pleiad; and other poems.
22, [2] p.; front., illus.; 14 cm.                             New York, E.O. Jenkins. 1845
   Reel: 26, No. 433.1                                         32 p.; 23.5 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 27, No. 442
The Child's illuminated alphabet.
Worcester, J. Grout, jr. [184-?]                               Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809-1858.
16 p.; illus.; 11 cm.                                             Memoralia; or, Phials of amber full of the tears of
   Reel: 26, No. 435                                           love.
                                                               Philadelphia, Lippincott, Grambo & co. 1853
The Child's instructor: consisting of easy lessons for         A gift for the beautiful.; 1 p.l., [v]-xiv, 15-166, [2] p.;
children; on subjects which are familiar to them in            18.5 cm.
language adapted to their capacities.                             Reel: 38, No. 644
Bridgeport, Printed by D. Sterling, Jr. 1826
By a teacher of little children in Philadelphia...; iv,        Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809-1858.
[5]-108 p.; 16 cm.                                                 Nacoochee; or, The beautiful star, with other
   Reel: 26, No. 436                                           poems.
                                                               New York, W.E. Dean, printer. 1837
Child's picture book.                                          x, [2], 143 p.; 19.5 cm.
Concord, New Hampshire, Rufus Merrill pub.?. 1854                  Reel: 27, No. 443
16 p.; illus.; 12 cm.; Illustrated title page.
   Reel: 38, No. 640                                           Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809-1858.
                                                                  The sons of Usna: a tragi-apotheosis, in five acts.
The Child's song book.                                         Philadelphia, C. Sherman & son. 1858
Concord, N.H., R. Merrill. 1849                                92 p.
8 p.; illus.; 9 cm.                                               Reel: 38, No. 645
   Reel: 26, No. 437
                                                               Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809-1858.
Chisel, Charles, pseud.                                           To Endea.
   Lamentation of free masonry.                                Aug. 1839
Norwich, L. Huntington Young, printer. 1829                    (In The Pittsburg Literary examiner.; V.1:4, p. 269.).
A poem of modern times.; 22 p.; 18 cm.                            Reel: 27, No. 441
   Reel: 27, No. 440.1
                                                               Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809-1858.
Chivers, Thomas Holley, 1809-1858.                                Virginalia; or, Songs of my summer nights.
   Atlantic; or, The true blessed island of poesy.             Philadelphia, Lippincott, Grambo & co. 1853
Macon, Ga., printed at the Georgia Citizen Office.             A gift of love for the beautiful.; 132, 13-36 p.; 24
1853                                                           pages of publisher's notices at end of book.
A Paul epic-in three lustra by T.H. Chivers.; [5], 4-24           Reel: 38, No. 646
p.
   Reel: 38, No. 641                                           Christian ornaments, and sentiments of the heart.
                                                               Lowell, N.L. Dayton; Boston, Gould, Kendall &
                                                               Lincoln. 1843
                                                               150 p.; 12 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 27, No. 445

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                                              Author Index

The Christian's duty exhibited in a series of hymns,           Church, Benjamin, 1734-1776.
collected from various authors, designed for the                  Elegy on the death of the Reverend Jonathan
worship of God, and for the edification of Christians          Mayhew, D.D., who departed this life July 9th, Anno
recommended.                                                   Domini, 1766, Aetatis suae 46.
Philadelphia, Printed for and published by Peter               Boston, N.E., Printed and sold by Edes and Gill in
Leibert; W.W. Woodward, printer. 1813                          Queen street. [1766]
To the serious of all denominations, by the fraternity         15 p.; 24.5 cm.
of Baptists. 3rd ed., improved.; [4], [1]-331, [26], 2-           Reel: 15, No. 393
28 p.
   Reel: 15, No. 386                                           [Church, Benjamin] 1734-1776.
                                                                  An address to a provincial bashaw.
Christie, William, 1748-1823.                                  [n.p.], Printed in (the Tyrannio Administration of St.
   Jesus the Messiah, suffering, dying, raised, and            Francisco). 1769
exalted; for the glory of God, and the renovation of           By a Son of liberty.; 8 p.
the world: a sacred poem, in seven cantos, composed               Reel: 15, No. 389
from the narratives of the four evangelical historians,
and arranged in the form of a harmony.                         [Church, Benjamin] 1734-1776.
Philadelphia, Printed by Abel Dickinson, Whitehall,                The choice; a poem, after the manner of Mr.
for the author. 1812                                           Pomfret by a young gentlemen.
75, [1] p.; 23.3 cm.                                           Boston, Printed and sold by Edes and Gill, in Queen
   Reel: 15, No. 387                                           street. 1757
                                                               15 p.; 20.5 cm.
Christie, William, 1748-1823.                                      Reel: 15, No. 390
   Select psalms, Christmas hymns, and other
devotional and sentimental pieces.                             [Church, Benjamin] 1734-1776.
Philadelphia, Mc-Carthy & Davis. 1821                             A poem occasioned by the death of the honourable
59 p.                                                          Jonathan Law.
   Reel: 27, No. 446                                           [n.p.], Printed in the year. 1751
                                                               Late Governor of Connecticut.; 6 l.
The Christmas book, for all good boys and girls.                  Reel: 15, No. 395
Philadelphia, Thomas, Cowperthwait & co. 1846
208 p.; illus., incl. front., pl.; 18 cm.                      [Church, Benjamin] 1734-1776.
   Reel: 27, No. 447                                              The times; a poem by an American.
                                                               [Boston]. [1765]
A Christmas carol, for the year of our Lord                    2 p.l., 1, 4-16 p.; 20 cm.; Caption title.
MDCCCXLVII.                                                       Reel: 15, No. 396
New York, D. Dana, jr. 1847
With original illustrations, designed and engraved by          Church, Edward, b. 1740.
T. C. Boyd.; 16 p.; incl. front., illus.; 16.5 cm.                The dangerous vice, a fragment.
   Reel: 27, No. 448                                           Columbia. 1789
                                                               Addressed to all whom it may concern. By a
Christmas carols.                                              gentleman, formerly of Boston.; 16 p.; 21 cm.
[n.p., B.A. Reed, printer]. 1860                                  Reel: 15, No. 397
By R. & S.; 47, [1] p.; 20 cm.
   Reel: 38, No. 647                                           Churchill, Amelia Laman.
                                                                  Masonic poems.
Church, Benjamin, 1734-1776.                                   La Porte, Ind., Millikan & Cullaton printers. 1865
   The choice: a poem after the manner of Mr.                  to which is added the Funeral Service. Published by
Pomfret.                                                       authoress. 2d ed.; [5], 8-63 p.; 19.5 cm.
[South Kingston]. [April 18th, 1783]                              Reel: 38, No. 648
By a Young gentleman in Boston.; 8 l.; Holograph.
   Reel: 15, No. 391                                           Churchill, George, Mrs.
                                                                  The following lines were composed by the widow
Church, Benjamin, 1734-1776.                                   of Mr. George Churchill, who died at Martha's
   The choice: a poem, after the manner of Pomfret.            Vineyard, September 14, 1796, in the 35th year of his
Worcester, Printed by Isaiah Thomas, jun. April,               age.
1802                                                           [n.p.]. [1796?]
Written in the year 1757.; 16 p.; 18.5 cm.; Printer's          broadside.
device on t.-p.; First published in 1757, but                     Reel: 15, No. 398
apparently written several years earlier, as the author
was graduated from Harvard in 1754.                            Cist, Lewis Jacob, 1818-1885.
   Reel: 15, No. 392                                              Trifles in verse: a collection of fugitive poems.
                                                               Cincinnati, Robinson and Jones. 1845
                                                               2 p. l., [ix]-xii, [13]-184 p.; front. (port.); 19.5 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 27, No. 449

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                                                Author Index

City sights for little folks.                                   Clapp, William R.
Philadelphia, Smith & Peck. 1845                                   Hints to the craft.
191 p.; Plates.                                                 Trenton, Murphy & Bechtel printers. 1860
   Reel: 27, No. 450                                            A masonic poem, by William R. Clapp,S.W. Read
                                                                before Mercer Lodge no. 50 F and A.M. on Thursday
City sights, for little folks.                                  evening Dec. 6, 1860.; 23 p.; 23 cm.
Philadelphia, H.C. Peck & Theodore Bliss. 1856                     Reel: 38, No. 656
96 p.; illus.; 12 cm.; Illus. t.-p.; Poetry and prose.
   Reel: 38, No. 649                                            Clapp, William W., jr., 1826-1891.
                                                                    La Fiammina.
City sights, for little folks.                                  Boston, W.V. Spencer. 1857
Philadelphia, H.C. Peck & Theodore Bliss. 1857                  Founded upon a French play by Mario Uchard.; 35
96 p.; illus.; 12 cm.; Illus. t.-p.; Poetry and prose.          p.; 18 cm.; (Spencer's Boston Theater Vol. 20, no.
   Reel: 38, No. 650                                            160).
                                                                    Reel: 38, No. 657
The City's heart.
New York, Carleton. 1866                                        Clapp, William W., jr., 1826-1891.
By a daughter of New York.; 2 p.l., [9]-60 p.; front.;             My husband's mirror.
16.5 cm.                                                        Boston, W.V. Spencer. 1857
   Reel: 38, No. 651                                            A domestic comedietta, in one act.; 14 p.; 18 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 38, No. 658
Civil war: a poem, written in the year 1775.
[n.p.]. 1775                                                    Clark, Annie E.
2 p.l., 3, 6-35 p.                                                 Poems.
   Reel: 15, No. 399                                            Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1866
                                                                146 p.; 16.5 cm.
Clack, Louise.                                                     Reel: 38, No. 659
    General Lee and Santa Claus.
New York, Blelock & co. 1867                                    Clark, B.
Mrs. L. Clack's Christmas gift to her little southern              Past, present and future.
friends.; [4], 3-36 p.; plates.                                 Toronto, Adam, Stevenson & co. 1867
    Reel: 38, No. 652                                           In prose and poetry.; 168 p.
                                                                   Reel: 38, No. 660
...Clam-Bake on the beach, by moonlight.
Quoque. August 16, 1859                                         [Clark, E.H.G.].
Subsequent reminiscences by one of the marshals...;                Rue Erring.
11 p.                                                           [Troy? New York]. [1862]
    Reel: 38, No. 653                                           A poem; viii, [9]-76, [1] p.; 19 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 38, No. 661
[Clapp, Henry] 1814-1875.
    Husband vs. wife.                                           Clark, George Hunt, 1809-1881.
New York, Rudd & Carleton. 1858                                    The news; a poem.
With designs by A. Hoppin...; [2], 5-44, [4] p.; front.,        Hartford, F.A. Brown. 1856
illus.; 18 cm.; Half-title.; In verse.; 3 pages of              49 p.; Half-title.
publisher's notices at end of book.                                Reel: 38, No. 662
    Reel: 38, No. 654
                                                                Clark, George Hunt, 1809-1881.
Clapp, Samuel Capen.                                               Now and then.
   Selections, in prose and verse, from [his] writings.         Hartford, F.A. Brown. 1855
Boston, Clapp and Hull. 1832                                    A discursive poem; delivered before the Young men's
52 p.                                                           institute, Hartford, Feb. 27th, 1855.; 44 p.; 23.5 cm.;
   Reel: 27, No. 451                                            "Published by request.".
                                                                   Reel: 38, No. 663
Clapp, Susan Francis (Preston), 1817-1859.
   Quiet hours.                                                 Clark, George Hunt, 1809-1881.
Salem, H. Whipple and son. 1859                                    Undertow of a trade-wind surf.
Not published.; vi p., 1 l., 131 p.; 18 cm.; Lettered on        Hartford, C.G. Geer. 1860
back: Poems. S.F.C.                                             200 p.; 23.5 cm.
   Reel: 38, No. 655                                               Reel: 38, No. 664




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Clark, John W.                                                   Clark, Victorianus.
   John Baptist: a poem, delivered before The union                 A rhyming geography; or, a Poetic description of
lyceum of Lyons, N.Y., January 27, 1846.                         the Unite States of America.
Geneva, Ira Merrell. 1846                                        Hartford, Printed by Peter B. Gleason & co. 181[?]
12 p.                                                            Prefaced by a prose introduction to geography in
   Reel: 27, No. 452                                             general, and concluded with an appendix of
                                                                 questions.; 167, [1] p.; 17.5 cm.
Clark, Leander, 1823-1910.                                          Reel: 15, No. 402
    Kenridge Hall, and other poems.
Washington, F. Philp. 1859                                       Clark, William Adolphus, 1825-1906.
vi, [2], 113 p.; 19 cm.                                             The learned world, by Anicetus (pseud.).
    Reel: 39, No. 665                                            Boston, W.H. Piper & Co. 1864
                                                                 xvii, 270 p.; 21 cm.; In verse.
Clark, Lewis Garrard, 1812-1897.                                    Reel: 39, No. 670
   Narratives of the sufferings of Lewis and Milton
Clarke, sons of a soldier of the revolution, during a            Clark, William Adolphus, 1825-1906.
captivity of more than twenty years among the                       Our modern Athens; or, Who is first? A poem.
slaveholders of Kentucky, one of them so called                  Boston, Redding & co. 1860
Christian states of North America.                               By Anicetus (pseud.).; x, [2], [13]-70 p.; 19.5 cm.
Boston, B. Marsh. 1846                                              Reel: 39, No. 671
Dictated by themselves.; 144 p.; 2 port.; (incl. front.);
18 cm.                                                           [Clark, William Adolphus] 1825-1906.
   Reel: 27, No. 453                                                 The cannonade, by Anicetus (pseud.).
                                                                 Boston, A. Williams & Co. 1861
Clark, Martha.                                                   xiii, [15]-148 p.; 20 cm.; In verse.
    Victims of amusements.                                           Reel: 39, No. 669
Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson. [c1849]
x, [11]-105 p.; 15.5 cm.                                         Clark, Willis Gaylord, 1808-1841.
    Reel: 27, No. 454                                               Literary remains.
                                                                 New York, Burgess, Stringer & co. 1847
Clark, Robert E.                                                 Including the Ollapodiana papers, the Spirit of life
   The first book of Paradise lost; in rhyme.                    and a selection from his various prose and poetical
Lynchburg, Va., Johnson & Schaffter. 1867                        writings. Edited by Lewis Gaylord Clark.; 480 p.; 23
32 p.                                                            cm.
   Reel: 39, No. 666                                                Reel: 27, No. 457

Clark, Rufus Wheelwright, 1813-1886.                             Clark, Willis Gaylord, 1808-1841.
   A sermon preached at the ordination of Mr. John                  The literary remains of the late Willis Gaylord
E. Emerson, as pastor of the Whitefield                          Clark.
Congregational church and society in Newburyport.                New York, Burgess, Stringer & co. 1844
Newburyport, Moses H. Sargent. 1850                              Including the Ollapodiana papers, the Spirit of life,
January 1, 1850... Together with the Charge to the               and a selection from his various prose and poetical
pastor, Right hand of fellowship, and Address to the             writings. Edited by Lewis Gaylord Clark.; Pts. 2,5.;
people. Also a sermon preached... by Rev. J. E.                  23 cm.
Emerson, January 6, 1850, the first Sabbath after his               Reel: 27, No. 456
ordination.; 53, [2] p.; 23 cm.
   Reel: 27, No. 455                                             Clark, Willis Gaylord, 1808-1841.
                                                                    The past and present, a comparative view of
Clark, Simeon Tucker, 1836-1893.                                 idolatry and religion, as aids to learning: a poem
   Josephine, and other poems.                                   pronounced, July 23, 1834, before the Athenian
Boston, The author. 1856                                         society of Bristol college.
239 p.; 18.5 cm.                                                 [Bristol, Pa.]. 1834
   Reel: 39, No. 667                                             23 p.
                                                                    Reel: 28, No. 458
Clark, Thomas March, bp., 1812-1903.
   A discourse delivered in Christ Church, Hartford,             Clark, Willis Gaylord, 1808-1841.
on Sunday, May 23, 1852.                                            The poetical writings of the late Willis Gaylord
Hartford, F.A. Brown. 1852                                       Clark.
16 p.; 22 cm.; The imprisoned boy, by Mrs. Lydia H.              New York, J. S. Redfield. 1847
Sigourney: p. 16.                                                1st complete ed.; 156 p.; 12 cm.
   Reel: 39, No. 668                                                Reel: 28, No. 459




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Clark, Willis Gaylord, 1808-1841.                               Clarke, James Freeman, 1810-1888.
   The poetical writings of the late Willis Gaylord                George D. Prentice and Kentucky thirty-five years
Clark.                                                          ago.
New York, J. S. Redfield. 1847                                  June 1870
2nd complete ed.; 156 p.                                        In Old and New,; p. 739-744.; 24 cm.
   Reel: 28, No. 460                                               Reel: 39, No. 674
Clark, Willis Gaylord, 1808-1841.                               Clarke, Katherine A.
   The poetical writings of the late Willis Gaylord                 Lyrical echoes.
Clark.                                                          Toronto, W. Briggs. 1899
New York, Leavitt & Co. 1849 [c1846]                            vii, 9-157 p.; 19 cm.
2nd complete ed.; 2 p.l., 156 p.; col. front.; 12 cm.               Reel: 39, No. 675
   Reel: 28, No. 461
                                                                Clarke, Martha J.
Clark, Willis Gaylord, 1808-1841.                                  The child's first catechism, in verse.
   The spirit of life; a poem.                                  Providence, Sidney S. Rider & Bro. 1864
Philadelphia, Key & Biddle. 1833                                2 ed.; 18 p.
Pronounced before the Franklin society of Brown                    Reel: 39, No. 675
university, September 3, 1833.; 2 p.l., [vii]-x p., 1 l.
[13]-71 p.; 17 cm.                                              Clarke, Martha J., Mrs.
   Reel: 28, No. 462                                               The child's first catechism, in verse; designed for
                                                                Sunday schools.
Clarke, Calvin, Rev.                                            Providence, B. Cranston & Co. 1840
   Christian submission, a sermon preached at the               [Anon.]; 18 p.
funeral of Mrs. Susan Heard Cleavelend (wife of the                Reel: 28, No. 467
rev. John P. Cleavelend) who died at Marshall,
Mich., October 1st, 1843.                                       Clarke, Mary Bayard (Devereux), 1827-1886.
Cincinnati, Shepard & co. 1844                                     Mosses from a rolling stone; or, Idle moments of a
32 p.; 22.5 cm.                                                 busy woman.
   Reel: 28, No. 463                                            Raleigh, N.C., W.B. Smith & company. 1866
                                                                By Tenella [pseud.]--; viii, [9]-168, 7 p.; 14.5 cm.; 7
Clarke, Dorus, 1797-1884.                                       pages of publisher's notices at end of book.
    Fugitives from the escritoire of a retired editor.             Reel: 39, No. 677
Boston, Crocker and Brewster. 1864
vi, [2], 235 p.; front.; (port.).                               Clarke, Mary Cowden, 1809-1898.
    Reel: 39, No. 672                                              The song of Drop o' Wather.
                                                                London, New York, G. Routledge & co. 1856
Clarke, G. Wallingford.                                         By Harry Wandsworth Shortfellow (pseud.); [5], 8-
    The dreams of Pindus.                                       120 p.; 17 cm.; Half-title.
Philadelphia, Carey, Lea & Carey. 1829                             Reel: 39, No. 679
iv, 115 p.; 17 cm.
    Reel: 28, No. 464                                           [Clarke, Mary Cowden] 1809-1898.
                                                                    Parod-oxical!- A psalm of life.
Clarke, G. Wallingford.                                         Pittsfield, Mass. July 9, 1851
    The wreath of the west.                                     What the heart of the young woman said to the old
Philadelphia, Carey, Lea and Carey. 1828                        maid...; In The Berkshire mutual health reporter.;
iv, 115 p.                                                      Vol. 2, no. 1.; p. [2].; 42 cm.
    Reel: 28, No. 465                                               Reel: 39, No. 678

Clarke, James Freeman.                                          [Clarke, McDonald].
   Poem, delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa                       Afara.
society, Alpha of Mass., on its anniversary, August             New York. 1829
27, 1846.                                                       Or, the belles of Broadway.; 2 v. in 1.
Boston, W. Crosby and H. P. Nichols. 1846                          Reel: 28, No. 469
24 p.; 23.5 cm.
   Reel: 28, No. 466                                            Clarke, McDonald.
                                                                   Death in disguise; a temperance poem.
Clarke, James Freeman, 1810-1888.                               Boston, B.B. Mussey. 1833
   ...A discourse on Christian politics.                        From the mss. of Mr. McDonald Clarke.; 1 p.l., [5]-
Boston, Crosby, Nichols & co. 1854                              36 p.; 16.5 cm.
28 p.                                                              Reel: 28, No. 471
   Reel: 39, No. 673




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Clarke, McDonald.                                            Clarke, S.M., Mrs.
   The elixir of moonshine; being a collection of                An original poem written for the opening of the
prose and poetry, by the mad poet.                           fair, of the Mercantile library association, by Mrs.
Gotham [New York] Printed at the sentimental                 S.M. Clarke October 20, 1868.
epicures ordinary, A.M. 5822. [1822]                         San Francisco, Bacon & co., printers. 1868
A great proportion of which has never before been            12 p.; 17 cm.; Half-title.
published...; 150 p.; front (port.); 14.5 cm.                    Reel: 39, No. 680
   Reel: 28, No. 472
                                                             [Clarke, S.M., Mrs.].
Clarke, McDonald.                                                Our country.
   The gossip; or, A laugh with the ladies, a grin at        San Francisco, published by A. Roman & co. 1864
the gentlemen, and burlesques on Byron, a                    Selections from an Unpublished Poem with the above
sentimental satire; with other poems: in a series of         title.; [5], 4-16 p.; 8 v.; Cover-title.; The MacDonald
numbers.                                                     Collection.
New York, Printed by Gray & Bunce. Oct. 22, 1823                 Reel: 39, No. 681
No 1.; 223, [3] p.; front. (port.); 15.5 cm.
   Reel: 28, No. 473                                         Clarke, Samuel.
                                                                A poetical dissertation in two cantos, on the
Clarke, McDonald.                                            doctrine of the nerves and physical powers of the
   Sketches.                                                 human body.
New York. August 1, 1826                                     [n.p.] Printed for the author. 1826
Part II...; 36 p.; 13 cm.; [Binder's title: Macdonald        Drawn from the best authorities, ancient & modern.;
Clarke. Feb. 14. 1827].                                      35 p.; 18 cm.
   Reel: 28, No. 477                                            Reel: 27, No. 455.1
Clarke, McDonald, 1798-1842.                                 [Clarke, Thomas Cottrell] 1801-1874.
   A cross and coronet!.                                        A collection of fugitive poems.
[New York], Le Blanc, Publisher. 1842                        Philadelphia, T.C. Clarke. 1824
12 p.                                                        74 p.; 14 cm.
   Reel: 28, No. 470                                            Reel: 28, No. 478
Clarke, McDonald, 1798-1842.                                 Clarke, Thomas, fl. 1830-1872.
   The gossip.                                                  Sir Copp.
1824                                                         Chicago, Clarke & co. 1865
No. 2 (May 13, 1824) 2ed.,; 32, [4] p.; 14 cm.               A poem for the times, in six cantos.; viii, 122 p.; 19
   Reel: 28, No. 474                                         cm.
                                                                Reel: 39, No. 682
Clarke, McDonald, 1798-1842.
    Poems of M'Donald Clarke.                                Clarke, Thomas, fl. 1830-1872.
New York, J.W. Bell. 1836                                       Sir Copp.
vi, [7]-288 p.; front. (port.); 18.5 cm.                     Chicago, Pride & co. 1866
    Reel: 28, No. 475                                        A poem for the times, in six cantos.; 130 p.; 18 cm.
                                                                Reel: 39, No. 683
Clarke, McDonald, 1798-1842.
   Sketches.                                                 Clarke, Thomas, fl. 1830-1872.
New York. 1826                                                  The two angels, or Love-let; a story of either
128 p.; 14.5 cm.                                             paradise; in six cantos.
   Reel: 28, No. 476                                         Chicago, Clarke & Bowron. 1867
                                                             194 p.; 19.5 cm.
Clarke, McDonald, 1798-1842.                                    Reel: 39, No. 684
    To the old maids of Europe, Asia, Africa, and
America, (and Toney-Town, if its health will admit           Clarkin, Peter.
of its travelling so far) this work is affectionately           A Religious manumission from slavery and
dedicated by one who sincerely wishes them halters           oppression, papal tyranny and ambition, and all other
to their hearts and husbands to their hopes.                 evils of perdition, flowing from the man of sin.
New York, Printed for the author. 1820                       Lowell, printed & published for the author. 1856
To be published in New York, the Eve of eternity,            20 p.
and other poems ...; 36 p.; 18 cm.                              Reel: 39, No. 685
    Reel: 15, No. 403
                                                             [Clason, Isaac Starr] 1789?-1834.
[Clarke, McDonald] 1798-1842.                                   Don Juan.
   Afara; or, The belles of Broadway.                        New York, C. Wiley. 1825
New York. 1829                                               Cantos XVII-XVIII. 2ed.; 101 p.; 15.5 cm.
[Part 1]; vi, [7]-18, [2] p.; 22.5 cm.                          Reel: 28, No. 479
   Reel: 28, No. 468

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[Clason, Isaac Starr] 1789?-1834.                             Cleaveland, Nehemiah, 1796-1877.
   Horace in New York.                                           Address delivered at Lawrence, September 27th,
New York, J.M. Campbell. 1826                                 1865, before the Essex agricultural society.
Part 1...; 2 p.l., [7]-8 p., 1 l., [9]-47 p.; 19.5 cm.        South Danvers, C.D. Howard. 1865
   Reel: 28, No. 480                                          42 p.; 22 cm.; Half-title.
                                                                 Reel: 40, No. 692
Cleaveland, Elizabeth Hannah (Jocelyn), 1824-
1911.                                                         Cleveland, Henry Russell, 1808-1843.
   The dark river.                                               A selection from the writings of.
New York, A.D.F. Randolph, Clark & Maynard.                   [Boston] Printed for private distribution [by Freeman
1863                                                          and Bolles]. 1844
16 p.; 10 cm.                                                 With a memoir by George S. Hillard.; [4], li, 384 p.;
   Reel: 39, No. 686                                          18.5 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 29, No. 481
Cleaveland, Elizabeth Hannah (Jocelyn), 1824-
1911.                                                         Cleveland, James C.
   No sect in Heaven.                                            Science of health and longevity, on the necessity
[n.p.] N. Broughton, Jr. 1865                                 of salt with food.
16 p.; 9 cm.                                                  Hartford, Calhoun Steam Printing Co. 1856
   Reel: 39, No. 688                                          How to regulate the appetites and passions, to perfect
                                                              the "water cure" system and encourage health
Cleaveland, Elizabeth Hannah (Jocelyn), 1824-                 reforms generally, with an anecdote and poem
1911.                                                         proving the science.; 51 p.; 17.5 cm.
   No sects in Heaven.                                           Reel: 40, No. 694
New York, Clark, Austin, Maynard & co. 1861
Author's edition.; 16 p.; "As originally written and          Clifford, Frank.
published in the 'Berkshire courier'".                           The present age; or, Men and manners.
   Reel: 39, No. 687                                          New York, Dewitt & Davenport. 1851
                                                              28, [2] p.; 19.5 cm.; 2 pages of publisher's notices at
Cleaveland, Elizabeth Hannah (Jocelyn), 1824-                 end.
1911.                                                            Reel: 40, No. 695
   No sects in Heaven; and other poems.
New York, Clark & Maynard. 1869                               Cliffton, William, 1772-1799.
95, [1] p.; 14 x 11 cm.                                          Poems, chiefly occasional.
   Reel: 40, No. 690                                          New York, Printed for J.W. Fenno, by G. & R.
                                                              Waite. 1800
[Cleaveland, Elizabeth Hannah (Jocelyn)] 1824-                To which are prefixed introductory notices of the life,
1911.                                                         character and writings of the author, and an engraved
   No sect in Heaven.                                         likeness.; xviii, 119, [1] p.; front. (port.); 15 cm.
New York, Broughton & Wyman. [186-?]                             Reel: 15, No. 408
16 p.; 9 cm.; A poem.
   Reel: 40, No. 691                                          [Cliffton, William] 1772-1799.
                                                                  The group; or, An elegant representation
[Cleaveland, Elizabeth Hannah (Jocelyn)] 1824-                illustrated.
1911.                                                         Philadelphia, Printed for Thomas Stephens, by Land
   "No sect in Heaven", a liberalist's dream.                 and Ustick. 1796
Fair Haven, Vt., H. Seward Grose, printer. [1867?]            Embellished with a beautiful head of S. Verges, C.S.;
With "A wide-awake reply", by Rev. P. Franklin                35, [1] p.; front. (port.); 20 cm.
Jones, Pastor of the Baptist Church, Fair Haven,                  Reel: 15, No. 407
Vt....; [3], 2-8 p.
   Reel: 39, No. 689                                          [Cliffton, William] 1772-1799.
                                                                 A poetical rhapsody on the times.
[Cleaveland, John] 1722-1799.                                 [New York?]. [179-?]
   An epicedium; or, A poetical attempt upon the life         Describing the disasters of an emigrant.; 25 p.
& death of Mr. Josiah Cleaveland, late of Canterbury,            Reel: 15, No. 409
who departed this life (undoubtedly) to a better,
February 9th, 1750, 51, aged sixty years four months,         Clinch, Joseph H.
and two days.                                                    Time.
Boston, Printed by S. Kneeland. 1753                          Hartford, Case, Tiffany and Burnham. 1841
1 p.l., [3], 2-12, 6 p.; 21 cm.                               A poem, delivered before the associate alumni of
   Reel: 15, No. 406                                          Washington College, on the fourth day of August,
                                                              1841...; 23 p.
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Clinch, Joseph Hart, 1806-1884.                               [Cobbett, William] 1763-1835.
   The captivity in Babylon, and other poems.                     A kick for a bite; or, Review upon review; with a
Boston, J. Burns. 1840                                        critical essay on the works of Mrs. S. Rowson, in a
4 p.l., 115 p.; 19 cm.                                        letter to the editor, or editors, of the American
   Reel: 29, No. 482                                          monthly review.
                                                              Philadelphia, Printed By Thomas Bradford no. 8,
Clinch, Joseph Hart, 1806-1884.                               south Front street. 1795
   Epistola poetica ad familiarem auctore.                    By Peter Porcupine [pseud.].; 31, [1] p.; 20 cm.
Olicanae J. Bowes et Filii. 1863                                  Reel: 15, No. 411
V.R. Josepho H. Clinch e Coll. Reg. N.S. Latine
reddita V.R. Carolo Porter ejusdem callegii olim              Cobby, John.
praeside.; [2], 4 p.; 23 cm.                                      Poetic essays on the glory of Christ, and on the
   Reel: 40, No. 696                                          divinity and work of the Holy Spirit.
                                                              New-York, Printed by John Tiebout, no. 358, Pearl
Clinton (Conn.). Congregational Church.                       street, for the author. 1797
   Two hundredth anniversary of the Clinton                   16 p.
Congregational church, held in Clinton, Conn.,                    Reel: 15, No. 412
November 13th, 1867.
New Haven, Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, steam                  Cochrane, Clark B., b. 1843.
printers. 1868                                                    Mimosa, and other poems.
54 p.; front., 2 p.l.; 23.5 cm.                               New York, Hurd and Houghton. 1869
   Reel: 40, No. 698                                          iv, 112 p.; 19.5 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 40, No. 702
The Cloud: or, Look beyond it.
Philadelphia, American Sunday-school union. [1835]            Cock Robin.
Revised by the Committee of Publication of the                    Cock Robin.
American Sunday-school union.; 23 p.; front.; 15 cm.          New York, McLoughlin Bros. [186-?]
   Reel: 29, No. 484                                          [24] p.; col. illus. 27 cm.; (Aunt Louisa's big picture
                                                              series); Cover title.; One page of publisher's notices
Coates, Benjamin Hornor, 1797-1881.                           at end of book.
   Epistle to Joseph John Gurney on the Society of                Reel: 40, No. 703
Friends.
Philadelphia. 1841                                            Cock Robin.
23 p.                                                            Cock Robin.
   Reel: 29, No. 485                                          Philadelphia, Fisher & brothers; New York, Fisher &
                                                              Denison. [1839]
Coates, Elmer Ruán, 1831-1889.                                cover-title, p. 89-96.; col. illus.; 14.5 cm.; (Fisher &
   The brother & sister's offering, by Elmer Ruan             brother's golden toys).
Coates, and Ann Lucretia Rogers.                                 Reel: 29, No. 487
Philadelphia, Kite and Walton, printers. [185-?]
56 p.; front., pl.; 24.5 cm.                                  Cock Robin.
   Reel: 29, No. 486                                              Cock Robin and Jenny Wren: with an account of
                                                              the doleful death of Cock Robin.
Cobb, Clarence F.                                             New York, Leavitt & Allen. [183-?]
   The vision of judgment revived.                            Illustrated with six drawings, by Harrison Wier. And
[Washington]. [1870.]                                         the Bear and the children.; [22] p.; incl. col. illus.; 18
20 p.; 22 cm.                                                 cm.
   Reel: 40, No. 699                                              Reel: 29, No. 488

Cobb, Henry.                                                  Cock Robin.
    Iron bondage of Missouri; Also, gun business in              Cock Robin's courtship and marriage.
St. Louis, steam boiler works, and analysis of western        New Haven, Sidney's Press. 1824
coals.                                                        23 p., incl. front., illus.; 11 cm.
[St. Louis] printed by Niedner & co. 1856                        Reel: 29, No. 489
Also, paper on the present state of the mining
industries of Great Britian by Robert Hunt, and the           Cock Robin.
Village Blacksmith, an original poem, by Edward P.               The death and burial of Cock Robin.
Hall, etc.; 16 p.                                             New York, George W. Burgess. [183-?]
    Reel: 40, No. 700                                         [13] p.; illus.; 18 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 29, No. 490
Cobb, Isaac, 1825-1890.
   Sylvan poems.
Boston, Damrell & Moore. 1851
iv p., 1 p.l., [7]-80 p.; 23.5 cm.
   Reel: 40, No. 701

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Cock Robin.                                                    Cockings, George, d. 1802.
   The death and burial of Cock Robin; with moral                  War; an heroic poem, from the taking of Minorca,
comments thereon, addressed to young children; by              by the French; to the reduction of the Havannah, by
F.P. Palmer, and illustrated with curious conceits,            the Earl of Albemarle, Sir George Pocock, &c.
designed by Alfred Crowquil [!].                               Boston, N.E., Printed by S. Adams, for the author,
New York, C.P. Huestis. [184-?]                                and sold by T. Leverett, in Cornhill, Edes & Gill, and
24 p.; illus.; 20 cm.                                          D. & J. Kneeland, in Queen street. 1762
   Reel: 29, No. 491                                           To the raising the siege of Quebec: with large
                                                               amendments, and additions. 2d ed.; 190, 1 l., 46, [2]
Cock Robin.                                                    p.; 19 cm.
   The life and death of Cock Robin.                               Reel: 16, No. 418
Albany, E.H. Pease & co. [185-?]
[8] p.; illus.; 19 cm.                                         [Cockings, George] d. 1802.
   Reel: 29, No. 491.1                                             The American war, a poem in six books.
                                                               London, Printed by W. Richardson for the author,
Cock Robin.                                                    and sold by S. Hooper (no. 4) St. Martin's Lane,
   Life and death of Cock Robin.                               corner of May's Buildings; and P. Broke, opposite
New York, McLoughlin brothers. [1862?]                         Exeter Change in the Strand. 1781
[12] p.; col.; illus.; Cover-title.; One page of               In which the names of the officers who have
publisher's notices at end of book.                            distinguished themselves during the war are
   Reel: 40, No. 704                                           introduced.; 2 p.l., 181 p.; front.; 25.5 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 15, No. 413
Cock Robin.
   Poor Cock Robin.                                            Codman, John Thomas.
New York, McLoughlin Brothers. [1869?]                            Welcome poem: to the members of the American
[12] p.; col.; illus.; 20 cm.; (Aunt Friendly's colored        Dental Association.
picture books.).                                               Boston, Wright & Potter. 1866
   Reel: 40, No. 705                                           Read in the Doric Hall of the State House, Boston,
                                                               August 2, 1866.; 8 p.; 20 cm.; Caption title: The
Cock Robin.                                                    dentists' welcome.
   The tragi-comic history of the burial of Cock                  Reel: 40, No. 706
Robin; with the lamentation of Jenny Wren; the
sparrows apprehension; and the cuckoo's punishment.            Codman, John, 1782-1847.
Philadelphia, B. Warner. 1821                                     A sermon delivered at the ordination of the Rev.
Being a sequel to the courtship, marriage, and pic-nic         Leonard Withington to the pastoral care of the First
dinner of Robin Red-breast and Jenny Wren.; 16 p.;             church and society in Newbury, Oct. 31, 1816.
front., plates.; 13 cm.                                        Newburyport, Printed by William B. Allen & co., no.
   Reel: 29, No. 492                                           13, Cornhill. 1817
                                                               Published by request.; 24 p.
Cockings, George, d. 1802.                                        Reel: 16, No. 419
   Arts, manufactures, and commerce: A poem.
London, Printed for the author, and sold by J. Cooke,          [Coe, Rebecca] d. 1900.
Bookseller, at Shakespeare's Head, Paternoster Row.               Wee wee songs for our little pets, by Leila Lee
[1765?]                                                        [pseud.].
1 p.l., iv, 36 p.; 22 cm.                                      Boston, H.V. Degen. 1859
   Reel: 15, No. 414                                           [5], 8-203 p.; incl. front. illus.; 17 cm.; Illustrated t.-
                                                               p.
Cockings, George, d. 1802.                                        Reel: 40, No. 707
   Benevolence and gratitude.
London, Printed for, and sold by the author; and may           [Coe, Rebecca] d. 1900.
be had of all booksellers in London and Westminster.              Wee wee songs for our little pets, by Leila Lee
1762                                                           [pseud.].
A poem.; [4], 9-44 p.                                          New York, Blakeman & Mason. 1864
   Reel: 16, No. 415                                           [5], 8-203 p.; Illustrated t.-p.; Variant bindings.
                                                                  Reel: 40, No. 708

                                                               Coe, Richard, 1820?-1873.
                                                                  The old farm gate; containing stories and poems
                                                               for children and youth.
                                                               Philadelphia, Daniels & Smith. 1852
                                                               159 p.; plates 16.5 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 40, No. 709




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                                          American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                                Author Index

Coe, Richard, 1820?-1873.                                           Coffin, Robert Stevenson, 1797-1827.
   Poems.                                                              Epistle to Joseph T. Buckingham, esq., by R. S.
Philadelphia, A. Hart, late Carey & Hart. 1850                      Coffin, the "Boston bard".
117 p.; 21.5 cm.                                                    Boston, Printed for public information. 1826
   Reel: 29, No. 493                                                12 p.
                                                                       Reel: 29, No. 498
Coffeen, John F.
    The fate of genius, and other poems.                            Coffin, Robert Stevenson, 1797-1827.
Cincinnati, A. Flash. 1835                                              The printer, and several other poems.
iv, [5]-72 p.; 18.5 cm.                                             Boston, Printed by Farnham and Badger, Congress
    Reel: 29, No. 494                                               street. 1817
                                                                    84 p.; 19 cm.
Coffin, Alexander, 1765-1836.                                           Reel: 16, No. 423
   The battle of Bunker Hill, or The death of Warren;
a poem.                                                             [Coffin, Robert Stevenson] 1797-1827.
New-York, Printed for the author, by J. Seymour, no.                   "The Boston Bard" to the citizens of Boston.
49, John street. 1814                                               Boston, Printed by John Putnam, for the author. 1826
69 [i.e. 96] p.; 12 cm.                                             16 p.; 25 cm.
   Reel: 16, No. 420                                                   Reel: 29, No. 496

Coffin, Alexander, jr.                                              [Coffin, Robert Stevenson] 1797-1827.
   The death of General Montgomery, or, The                            The life of the Boston bard.
storming of Quebec, a poem.                                         Mount Pleasant, N.Y., Stephen Marshall, Roscoe,
New York, Printed for the author. 1814                              printers. 1825
69, [2] p.                                                          2 p.l., 203 p.; 20.5 cm.
   Reel: 16, No. 421                                                   Reel: 29, No. 499

Coffin, Nathaniel Wheeler, 1815-1869.                               [Coffin, Robert Stevenson] 1797-1827.
    America; an ode: and other poems.                                  The miscellaneous poems of the Boston bard.
Boston, S. G. Simpkins. 1843                                        Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by J. H.
viii, 124 p.; 18 cm.                                                Cunningham. 1818
    Reel: 29, No. 495                                               156 p.; illus. (port.).
                                                                       Reel: 16, No. 422
Coffin, Robert Barry, 1826-1886.
   Ale in prose and verse, by Barry Gray [pseud.]                   [Coffin, Robert Stevenson] 1797-1827.
and John Savage.                                                       Oriental harp.
New York, Russell's American steam printing house.                  Providence, R. I., Printed and published by Smith &
1866                                                                Parmenter, agents for the sale of the Oriental harp.
3 p.l., 5-97 p.; front., illus., plates.; 27 cm.; Contents.-        1826
-A runlet of ale, by Barry Gray.--Ale: antiquarian,                 Poems of the Boston bard...; 254 p.; incl. front.
nistorical and literary, by John Savage.--Alban ale.                (port.); 24.5 cm.
An account of the rise and progress of the brewery of                  Reel: 29, No. 500
John Taylor & sons ... with a biographical sketch of
the founder.                                                        [Coffin, Robert Stevenson] 1797-1827.
   Reel: 40, No. 711                                                   Poems by the Boston bard.
                                                                    New York, A. Ming. 1823
Coffin, Robert Barry, 1826-1886.                                    64 p.
   Out of town.                                                        Reel: 29, No. 501
New York, Hurd and Houghton. 1866
A rural episode, by Barry Gray [pseud.] ...; x, 311 p.;             [Coffin, Robert Stevenson] 1797-1827.
front., plates.; 19 cm.                                                William Penn, and other poetic effusions.
   Reel: 40, No. 712                                                Philadelphia, Printed by George Goodman. 1819
                                                                    16 p., 1 l., 18 p.; 19.8 cm.
Coffin, Robert Stevenson, 1797-1827.                                   Reel: 16, No. 424
   The eleventh hour, or Confession of a
consumptive.                                                        Coffin, Roland Folger.
Boston, Ingraham and Hewes, printers. 1827                             Straws, by Nemo (pseud.).
36 p.; 18 cm.                                                       Cambridge [Mass.] Metcalf and company. 1859
   Reel: 29, No. 497                                                A holiday gift...; vi, p. 1 l., 9-160 p.; 18.5 cm.
                                                                       Reel: 40, No. 713




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                                           American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                                 Author Index

Coffin, William A.                                                   Cole, Frederick Wing, b. 1815.
   The miscellaneous poems of the late William A                        Poems.
Coffin, of this city.                                                Albany, C. Van Benthuysen & co. 1845
Hudson, Printed by Ashbel Stoddard. 1833                             with a sketch of his life and character, by Rev. S. W.
72 p.; 18 cm.                                                        Fisher.; xxx, 128 p.; 18 cm.
   Reel: 29, No. 502                                                    Reel: 30, No. 506
Coffinberry, Andrew, b. 1788.                                        [Cole, John].
   The forest rangers: a poetic tale of the western                      The minstrel; a collection of celebrated songs, set
wilderness in 1794.                                                  to music.
Columbus [O.] Wright & Legg, printers. 1842                          Baltimore, Published by F. Lucas, Jun., 138 Market
Connected with and comprising, the march and battle                  street, G. Dobbin & Murphy, printers. 1812
of General Wayne's Army, and abounding with                          Copyright secured.; x, [3], 6-316 p.
interesting incidents of fact and fiction. In seven                      Reel: 16, No. 426
cantos.; iv p., 2 l. [9]-220 p.; 18 cm.
   Reel: 30, No. 503                                                 [Cole, Sands Grant] 1800-1827 (Class of 1825).
                                                                        Mount Hope & The death of King Philip: a poem
Coffing, Churchill.                                                  delivered before the senior class of Brown University
   A poem.                                                           at Mount Hope April 29, 1825.
New Haven, Press of Whitmore & Buckingham.                           [Providence]. [1825]
1834                                                                 9 p.; 28 cm.
and a valedictory oration, by William Leverett;                         Reel: 30, No. 508
delivered July 2, 1834 before the senior class of Yale
college...; 19, [1] p.; 22 cm.                                       [Cole, Sands Grant] 1800-1827 (Class of 1825).
   Reel: 30, No. 504                                                    Mount Hope & The death of Phillip; a poem
                                                                     delivered before the senior class of Brown University
Cohasset (Mass.). Second Congregational Church.                      at Mount Hope April 29, 1825.
   Exercises at the gathering of the parish and                      [n.p.]. [n.d.]
Sabbath school.                                                      15 l.
Boston, Wright & Potter. 1862                                           Reel: 30, No. 507
December 25, 1861.; 12 p.; 19 cm.; Cover-title.
   Reel: 40, No. 714                                                 Coleman, Robert F.
                                                                         Etacteal; or, The downfall of the Natchez; a poem
The Col, pseud.                                                      in four parts, together with other pieces.
Charleston. 1848                                                     Cincinnati, The author. 1856
The response [to "Charleston, a poem"]; 11 p.                        vi p., 1 l., [9]-164 p.; 1 l.; 19 cm.
  Reel: 30, No. 504.1                                                    Reel: 40, No. 717

Colby, Benjamin.                                                     Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834.
   A guide to health, being an exposition of the                        Sibylline leaves; a collection of poems.
principles of the Thomsonian system of practice, and                 London, Rest Fenner, 23, Paternoster Row. 1817
their mode of application in the cure of every form of               2 p.l., x, [4], 3-303 p.
disease; embracing a concise view of the various                        Reel: 16, No. 427
theories of ancient and modern practice.
Milford, N.H., J. Burns. 1846                                        Coles, Abraham, 1813-1891.
3rd ed., enl. and rev. ...; xii, [13]-181 p.; front., plate.;           The microcosm.
17.5cm.                                                              New York, D. Appleton and company. 1866
   Reel: 30, No. 505                                                 A poem, read before the Medical society of New
                                                                     Jersey at its centenary anniversary; with the address
Colby, Henry Francis, 1842-1915.                                     delivered as president, Jan. 24, 1866,; [4], 91 p.; 19.5
   Mnemosque; a poem.                                                cm.; Half-title.; Later editions appeared under title:
Oration and poem. 1862                                               Man, the microcosm.
of Newton Centre Mass.; In Brown university--class                      Reel: 41, No. 719
of 1862.; pp. [29]-43.
   Reel: 40, No. 715                                                 [Coles, Abraham] 1813-1891, tr.
                                                                        Latin hymns with original translations.
Colby, Henry Francis, 1842-1915.                                     [New York, D. Appleton]. [1868.]
   Oration and Poem delivered before the thirty-fifth                4 parts in 1 v.; illus.; (music); 20 cm.; Each part has
annual convention of the brotherhood of Alpha Delta                  separate t.-p. and paging.
Phi.                                                                    Reel: 40, No. 718
Utica, Press of Curtiss & Childs. 1867
July 9th and 10th. Issued by the fraternity. [Anon.];
31 p.; Contains an Oration by C.H. Platt.
   Reel: 40, No. 716


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                                          American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                                Author Index

[Coles, Clara (Leake?)].                                          [Colesworthy, Daniel Clement] 1810-1893.
    Clara's poems.                                                   A touch at the times.
Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1861                          Portland. 1840
[6], v-304 p.; 2 pl, 2 port.; 20.5 cm.; Illustrated t.-p.;        72 p.; 15 cm.
Poems by the author's daughter Ada [Cole?]: p. 283-                  Reel: 30, No. 514
296.; Poem and obituary notices of John L. Marling:
p. 297-304.                                                       Colgan, William James.
    Reel: 41, No. 720                                                 Poems.
                                                                  New York, Leavitt, Trow & co. 1844
Coles, Larkin Baker, 1803-1856.                                   vi, 112 p.; 19.5 cm.
   Tobacco-using: its physical, intellectual, and                     Reel: 30, No. 515
moral bearings.
[Fitchburg? Mass., Anti-Tobacco Tract Depository).                Colhouer, James R.
[186-?]                                                              Hours of leisure.
An appeal to young men.; 21 p.; (Popular poisons.                 Philadelphia, Brinckloe & Marot. 1868
Tract no. 6).                                                     A series of miscellaneous poems.; [4], 118, [2] p.; 19
   Reel: 41, No. 721                                              cm.
                                                                     Reel: 41, No. 723
Colesworthy, Daniel Clement, 1810-1893.
   A group of children and other poems.                           A Collection of poems.
Boston, Antique books store. 1865                                 Boston, Printed and sold by B. Green and Company,
236 p.                                                            at their printing house in Newbury-street, and D.
   Reel: 41, No. 722                                              Gookin, in Cornhil. 1744
                                                                  By several hands.; 35 p.; front. (port.).
Colesworthy, Daniel Clement, 1810-1893.                               Reel: 16, No. 429
   Hymns for children.
Portland [Me.] S.H. Colesworthy. 1836                             The Collegiad: or, Scraps from Sawney's wallet.
24 p.; illus.; 15 cm.                                             London, Printed for E. Melchisedee & Co. 1837
   Reel: 30, No. 510.1                                            14 p.
                                                                     Reel: 30, No. 516
Colesworthy, Daniel Clement, 1810-1893.
    Opening buds.                                                 [Collins, F.].
Portland, C.W. Pennel. 1838                                          The advantages and disadvantages of
xii, [13]-360 p.; 16 cm.                                          drunkenness; containing a variety of plain and
    Reel: 30, No. 511                                             important maxims, well worthy of being remembered
                                                                  by every man in the nation.
Colesworthy, Daniel Clement, 1810-1893.                           Cambridge, Hilliard and Metcalf. 1821
    Opening buds.                                                 12 p.; 19 cm.
Portland, C.W. Pennell. 1839                                         Reel: 30, No. 517
xii, [13]-360 p.; front.; 15.5 cm.
    Reel: 30, No. 512                                             Collins, John.
                                                                     The slave-mother.
[Colesworthy, Daniel Clement] 1810-1893.                          Philadelphia. 1855
   The child's own book of hymns, for morning and                 Written for the Pennsylvania Anti-Slave Fair.; 16 p.;
evening devotion.                                                 Covers bound in.
Portland, S.H. Colesworthy. 1841                                     Reel: 41, No. 724
Selected and arranged by Timothy Goodwise
[pseud.]; 24 p.; illus.; 12 cm.                                   [Collins, Nathaniel] 1677-1756.
   Reel: 30, No. 509                                                 On the much lamented death of the Reverend Mr.
                                                                  Noadiah Russel, late pastor of the Church of Christ in
[Colesworthy, Daniel Clement] 1810-1893.                          Middletown, who had his clayey tabernacle dissolved
    The gem.                                                      and his mortality swallowed up of life, December 3d,
Boston, C.R. Green. 1843                                          1713.
xii, [13]-360 p.; 15.5 cm.                                        [New London? Timothy Green?]. [1714?]
    Reel: 30, No. 510                                             Aetatis suae 55.; broadside.
                                                                     Reel: 16, No. 431
[Colesworthy, Daniel Clement] 1810-1893.
   Poems, by Timothy Goodwise [pseud.].                           Collins, William, 1721-1759.
Portland [Me.], S.H. Colesworthy. 1836                              The poetical works of Collins, Gray, and Beattie.
24 p.; illus., incl. front.; 14 cm.                               New York, Turner & Hayden. 1845
   Reel: 30, No. 513                                              With a memoir of each.; 308, [iii]-vi p.; front.; 19 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 31, No. 518




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                                           American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                                 Author Index

Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.                                   [Colman, Pamela (Chandler)].
   Memoirs of the life and death of the pious and                 The pet butterflies, with other stories.
ingenious Mrs. Jane Turell, who expired at Medford,            New York, S. Raynor. 1854
March 26th, 1735.                                              [3], 8-108 p.; front., illus.; (Mrs. Colman's new
Boston, N.E., Printed in the year. 1735                        juvenile series, II).
Aetat. 27. Chiefly collected from her own                         Reel: 41, No. 728
manuscripts.; (In Colman, Benjamin. Reliquiae
Turellae. Boston, 1735. p. [57]-129).                          Colman, Pamela (Chandler).
   Reel: 16, No. 432                                              Stories of affection, a little gift for all seasons.
                                                               New York, S. Raynor. 1854
Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.                                   [7], 10-108 p.; illus.; 16 cm.; Contains poetry.
   A poem on Elijah's translation, occasioned by the              Reel: 41, No. 729
death of the reverend and learned Mr. Samuel
Willard, late pastor to a church of Christ in Boston,          Colman, Pamela (Chandler).
and Vice-President of Harvard College in Cambridge.               The young dreamer, and other stories; making the
Boston, Printed for Benjamin Eliot. 1707                       sixth of the second series of Lu Lu books, original
1 p.l., 14 p.; 16 cm.                                          and selected by Mrs. Colman.
   Reel: 16, No. 433                                           New York, Howe & Ferry. 1860
                                                               [4], 7-96 p.; illus.; (Lulu books, 2d ser., no. 6).
Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.                                      Reel: 41, No. 730
   Reliquiae Turellae, et lachrymae paternae.
Boston, Printed by S. Kneeland & T. Green for J.               [Colman, Pamela (Chandler), Mrs.].
Edwards and H. Foster in Cornhill. 1735                          The bijou alphabet.
The father's tears over his daughter's remains. Two            Boston, S. Colman. [c1846]
sermons preach'd at Medford, April 6, 1735, The                116 p.; incl. front.; plates.; 11 cm.
Lord's Day after the funeral of his beloved daughter              Reel: 31, No. 521
Mrs. Jane Turell. To which are added, Some large
memoirs of her life and death, by her consort, the             Colman, Pamela (Chandler), Mrs.
Rev. Mr. Ebenezer Turell, M.A. Pastor of the Church               The child's keepsake: a little gift for all seasons.
in Medford.; 1 p.l., iv, vi, 129 p.; 18.5 cm.                  Boston. [1846]
   Reel: 16, No. 434                                           63 p.; front. illus.; 16 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 31, No. 522
Colman, Henry, 1785-1849.
  An address before the hampshire, Franklin, and               [Colman, Pamela (Chandler), Mrs.].
Hampden Agricultural Society; delivered in                        How to be happy: a love gift for little folks.
Greenfield, Oct. 23, 1833.                                     Boston, S. Colman. 1847
Greenfield, Mass., Printed by Phelps and Ingersoll.            56 p.; illus.; 17 cm.
1833                                                              Reel: 31, No. 523
Published at the request of the Society.; 28 p.; 24 cm.
  Reel: 31, No. 519                                            Colman, Pamela (Chandler), Mrs.
                                                                  Innocence of childhood.
Colman, James Freeman.                                         New York, D. Appleton & company; Philadelphia,
    The island bride, and other poems.                         Geo. S. Appleton. 1850
Boston, W.D. Ticknor & co. 1846                                160 p.; front, illus., plates.; 15.5 cm.
x, 164 p.; 18 cm.                                                 Reel: 31, No. 524
    Reel: 31, No. 520
                                                               Coloney, Myron.
Colman, Julia, d. 1909.                                            Manomin: a rhythmical romance of Minnesota,
    The boys and girls' illustrated bird book.                 the great rebellion and the Minnesota massacres.
New York, Carlton & Porter. [1857]                             St. Louis, The author. 1866
140 p.; illus., 4 col. pl. (incl. front.) 19.5 cm.;            xv, 297p.; 27 cm.; "In memoriam" [Andreas M.
Illustrated t.-p.                                              Darling]: p. iii-x.
    Reel: 41, No. 725                                              Reel: 41, No. 731

[Colman, Pamela (Chandler)].                                   Colton, George Hooker, 1818-1847.
   The Lu Lu alphabet.                                            Tecumseh, or, The West thirty years since, a
New York, S. Raynor. 1852                                      poem.
28 l.; illus.; 13 cm.                                          [London, Breadbury and Evans]. [1843?]
   Reel: 41, No. 726-727                                       80 p.; 24 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 31, No. 528




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                                           American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                                 Author Index

Colton, George Hooker, 1818-1847.                                  The Columbian muse.
   Tecumseh; or, The West thirty years since.                      New York, Printed by J. Carey, for Matthew Carey,
New York, Wiley and Putnam. 1842                                   Philadelphia. 1794
A poem...; vii, [9]-312 p.; 19 cm.                                 A selection of American poetry from various authors
   Reel: 31, No. 527                                               of established reputation.; 1 p.l., 2, 224 p.
                                                                      Reel: 17, No. 437
Colton, Walter, 1797-1851.
    Deck and port; or, Incidents of a cruise in the                The Columbian tragedy: containing a particular and
United States frigate Congress to California.                      official account of the brave and unfortunate officers
New York, A.S. Barnes & co.; Cincinnati, H.W.                      and soldiers, who were slain and wounded in the ever
Derby & co. 1850                                                   memorable and bloody Indian battle.
With sketches of Rio Janeiro, Valparaiso, Lima,                    America: Boston, Printed by E. Russell, for Thomas
Honolulu, and San Francisco.; 408 p.; front. (port.)               Bassett, of Dunbarton, (New-Hamp.). [1792?]
illus., 4 pl.; 18.5 cm.                                            at Miami village.; broadside.
    Reel: 31, No. 529                                                 Reel: 17, No. 438
Colton, Walter, 1797-1851.                                         Columbia's naval triumphs.
    The sea and the sailor, Notes on France and Italy,             New-York, Published by Inskeep and Bradford, no.
and other literary remains of Rev. Walter Colton.                  128, Broadway, J. Seymour, printer, no. 49, John
New York, A.S. Barnes & co.; Cincinnati, H.W.                      street. 1813
Derby & co. 1851                                                   132 p.
With a memoir by Rev. T. Cheever...; [3], 8-437, [8]                   Reel: 17, No. 436
p.; incl. front. (port.), pl.; 18.5 cm.; Half-title.; Verse
and prose.; Memoir: p. [335]-437.; 8 pages of                      The Combustible; a heroic poem.
publisher's notices at end of book.                                [Philadelphia?]. [18
    Reel: 41, No. 732                                              With notes critical explanatory. By Johannes
                                                                   Scrawlenburgius.; 16 p.
Colton, Walter, 1797-1851.                                            Reel: 17, No. 439
    Ship and shore, in Madeira, Lisbon, and the
Mediterranean.                                                     Comfield, Amelia (Stratton).
New York, A.S. Barnes & co.; Cincinnati, H.W.                          Alida: or, Miscellaneous sketches of incidents
Derby & co. 1856                                                   during the late American war.
Rev. from the "Journal of a cruise in the frigate                  New York Printed for the author [by H. Ludwig].
Constellation," by Rev. Henry T. Cheever.; 313, [5]                1841
p.; front., pl.; 18.5 cm.; Half-title.; 5 pages of                 Founded on fact. With poems. By an unknown
publisher's notices at end of book.                                author... Third ed., revised, and improved.; xi, 14-244
    Reel: 41, No. 733                                              p.; front.; 19 cm.
                                                                       Reel: 33, No. 554
[Colton, Walter] 1797-1851.
   Ship and shore: or, Leaves from the journal of a                Comfield, Amelia Stratton.
cruise to the Levant.                                                 Alida: or, Miscellaneous sketches of incidents
New York, Leavitt, Lord & co. 1835                                 during the late American war.
By An officer of the United States' navy.; 312 p.; 19              New York, Printed for the author by Angell & Engel.
cm.                                                                1849
   Reel: 31, No. 530                                               Founded on fact. With poems. By the unknown
                                                                   author of the former editions, Mrs. Amelia Stratton
Columbia (Conn.). Congregational Church.                           Comfield... 4th ed., with additions, rev., and imp.; ix,
   The 150th anniversary of the organization of the                [3], [13]-240 p.; front. (port.) 20 cm.
Congregational church in Columbia, Conn., October                     Reel: 33, No. 555
24th, 1866.
Hartford, Printed by Case, Lockwood & co. 1867                     Comic miseries of human life: an old friend in a new
Historical papers, addresses, with appendix.; iv, [5]-             dress.
96 p.; illus. (facsim.); 22.5 cm.                                  New York, Dewitt & Davenport. [c1856]
   Reel: 41, No. 734                                               [3], 6-182, [10] p.; illus.; 20 cm.; Half-title.; 10 pages
                                                                   of publisher's notices at end of book.
The Columbian Centinel, Boston (Mass.).                               Reel: 42, No. 735
   Tribute of the Muses through the carriers of the
Columbian centinel to its generous patrons on the                  Comic nursery tales: Valentine & Orson.
commencement of the New Year, 1828.                                [New York, T.W. Strong]. [185-?]
[Boston]. [1828]                                                   [15] p.; col. illus.; 20 cm.
16 p.; 23 cm.                                                         Reel: 32, No. 531.1
   Reel: 32, No. 531




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                                           American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                                 Author Index

Comitatus, Zedekiah, M.P.E.C., pseud.                             The Condottier, a poem.
   An epistle to Boz alias Charles Dickens.                       Philadelphia, Pub. for the author, by M. Thomas.
Skaggaddahunk, [New York?] Scantlewood,                           1821
Timberlake & co. 1867                                             Philadelphia, a satire.; vii, [9]-80 p.; 19 cm.
11 p.; 20.5 cm.                                                      Reel: 32, No. 534
   Reel: 42, No. 736
                                                                  Cone, Spencer Wallace, 1819-1888.
Comitatus, Zedekiah, M.P.E.C., pseud.                               The proud ladye and other poems.
   Reconstruction on "my policy"; or, Its author at               New York, Wiley & Putnam [etc.]. 1840
the confessional.                                                 144 p.; 16 cm.
Skaggaddahung [New York?] Scantlewood,                               Reel: 32, No. 535
Timberland & co., printers to the North River society.
1866                                                              A Conference on society and manners in
29 p.; 23 cm.                                                     Massachusetts.
   Reel: 42, No. 737                                              Boston, Printed by Wells & Lilly. 1820
                                                                  A poem.; 2 p.l., [5]-70, [1] p.; 17 cm.; Describes the
A Complete looking glass for ultra and modified                   author's home as being "Within the view of Silver hill
universalism.                                                     ... not far from Bradford and Methuen [Mass.]".
Providence, A.C. Greene, printer. 1848                                 Reel: 17, No. 445
22 p.
   Reel: 32, No. 532                                              Confessional tears of a Louis d'or, giving a short
                                                                  account of his rise and progress, and his adventures
Comstock, Andrew, 1795-1864.                                      in Europe, with some account of his political
   Autobiography of A. Comstock, M.D., [in                        campaigns and adventures as a spy in the American
trochaic verse.].                                                 States, under the auspices of Generals G-n-t and F-
[Philadelphia, CG. Henderson & co.]. [1857]                       ch-t, and his disgraceful retreat and narrow escape
3-28, [8] p.; illus. (coat of arms) 3 port. (incl. front);        from America.
23.5 cm.; Cover-title.; Two portraits engraved by                 [n.p.]. [n.d.]
John Sartain.; "Written for A.J. Graham's                         11 p.; At head of title: "Auri sacra fames!".
Phonographic journal.".                                              Reel: 17, No. 447
   Reel: 42, No. 738
                                                                  Confessions and execution of the pirates, Gibbs &
Comstock, Joseph.                                                 Wansley on Ellis' Island, in the harbour of New York,
    The tongue of time, and star of the states: a system          on the 22d April, 1831, under the direction of Thos.
of human nature, with the phenomena of the heavens                Morris, Esq. U. States Marshal.
and earth.                                                        New York, Printed and sold by Christian Brown.
New York. 1838                                                    [1831?]
also an account of persons with two souls, and of five            An interesting account of their lives will be found
persons who told colors by the touch...; vii, [9]-487             within...; 5, [2], 16, 7, [1] p.; illus.; 20 cm.
p.; illus.; 21.5 cm.                                                 Reel: 32, No. 536
    Reel: 32, No. 533
                                                                  Confessions and experience of a novel reader.
Conant, Thomas Jefferson, 1802-1891, tr.                          Chicago, W. Stacy. 1855
   Book of Job, a translation.                                    By a physician [pseud.]...; 77, 53 p.; 19 cm.; Half-
New York, American Bible Union. 1856                              title.
From the original Hebrew, on the basis of the                         Reel: 42, No. 740
common and earlier English versions. For the English
reader...; xx, 5-85 p.                                            Congdon, Charles Taber, 1821-1891.
   Reel: 42, No. 739                                                  Flowers plucked by a traveller on the journey of
                                                                  life.
[Concanen, Matthew] 1701-1749.                                    Boston, G.W. Light. 1840
   Miscellaneous poems, original and translated, by               2 p.l., [7]-72 p.; 19 cm.
several hands.                                                        Reel: 32, No. 537
London, Printed for J. Peele, at Locke's Head in Pater
noster Row. 1724                                                  Congdon, Charles Taber, 1821-1891.
Viz. Dean Swift, Mr. Parnel, Dr. Delany, Mr. Brown,                   Poem.
Mr. Ward, Mr. [James] Sterling, Mr. Concanen, and                 New Bedford E. Anthony. 1856
others. Published by Mr. Concanen.; vii, [8], 416 p.;             In Proceedings on the occasion of laying the
23.5 cm.                                                          cornerstone of the Library Edifice for the free public
   Reel: 17, No. 443                                              library of the city of New Bedford, August 28, 1856.;
                                                                  p. 34-39.
                                                                      Reel: 42, No. 742




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                                       American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                             Author Index

Congdon, Charles Taber, 1821-1891.                           [Conrad, Timothy Abbott] 1803-1877.
   The warning of war: A poem delivered before the              The new Diogenes, a cynical poem.
United societies of Dartmouth college, Hanover,              Philadelphia, Printed by Merrihew and Thompson.
N.H., at the annual commencement, July 30, 1862.             1848
New York, F. Hart & co. 1862                                 1 p.l., [5]-100 p.; 19 cm.
[5], 8-29 p.; 23 cm.; Half-title.                               Reel: 32, No. 539
   Reel: 42, No. 743
                                                             The Consociational court of inquisition.
Congdon, James Bunker, 1802-1880.                            [n.p.]. 1795
   Poem.                                                     7 p.; 22 cm.
New Bedford, Mass., E. Anthony & sons. 1865                     Reel: 17, No. 450
In Proceedings in connection with the celebration at
New Bedford, September 14, 1864 of the two                   Constitution and guerriere.
hundredth anniversary of the incorporation of the            [n.p.]. [n.d.]
town of Dartmouth.; p. [109]-129.                            broadside.
   Reel: 42, No. 744                                            Reel: 17, No. 451

Congdon, James Bunker, 1802-1880.                            The Continental key of the liberties of America.
   Quaker quiddities, or Friends in council; a               New York, Printed for Elijah Weege. 1776
colloquy.                                                    In three parts.; 15 p.; 21 cm.; Cover title.
Boston, Crosby, Nichols, Lee and co. 1860                        Reel: 17, No. 452
48 p.; 18.5 cm.
   Reel: 42, No. 745                                         Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907.
                                                                Thomas Paine: a celebration.
Conglon, Caroline M.                                         Cincinnati, Published at the office of "The Dial,".
    The guardian angel, and other poems.                     1860
Auburn [N.Y.], W.J. Moses. 1857                              Delivered in the First Congregational church,
vii, [2], viii-250 p.; 18.5 cm.                              Cincinnati, Ohio, January 29, 1860.; 15 p.; 23 cm
    Reel: 42, No. 741                                        [With Cheetham, James.; The life of Thomas Paine.
                                                             New York, 1809. Copy 3].
Conkey, M., Mrs.                                                Reel: 42, No. 751
   Cottage musings; or, Select pieces in prose and
verse.                                                       Conwell, Columbus C., tr.
New York. 1835                                                  The hymns of Homer, translated into verse from
184 p.                                                       the original Greek, with notes critical and
   Reel: 32, No. 538                                         explanatory.
                                                             Philadelphia, Printed by Mifflin & Parry. 1830
A Connecticut ballad of 1769.                                127 p.; 1 p.l.
January 1858                                                    Reel: 32, No. 540
From Historical magazine,; p. 4-5. 23 cm.
   Reel: 42, No. 746                                         Cook, Ebenezer, fl. 1708-1732.
                                                                The sot weed factor: or, A voyage to Maryland.
Connolly, Charles Cashel.                                    London, Printed and sold by D. Bragg, [New York,
  Tones on the harp.                                         Reprinted]. 1708; [1865]
Washington, printed for the author. 1861                     A satyr. In which is describ'd the laws, government,
200 p.; 19 cm.                                               courts and constitutions of the country, and also the
   Reel: 42, No. 748                                         buildings, feasts, frolicks, entertainments and
                                                             drunken humours of the inhabitants of that part of
Conrad, Robert Taylor, 1810-1858.                            America. In burlesque verse.; 1 p.l., 21 p.; 20 x 15.5
    Aylmere, or The bondman of Kent; and other               cm.; (Half-title: Shea's early southern tracts. no. 11).
poems.                                                          Reel: 42, No. 752
Philadelphia, E.H. Butler. 1852
[5], viii-329, [6] p.; 18.5 cm.; Half-title.; Aylmere        Cook, Henry C.
originally appeared under the title "The noble                  Musings and meditations: a book for the
yeoman". Later republished as Jack Cade, the captain         thoughtful.
of the commons. cf. Roden.; 6 pages of publisher's           Providence, B.T. Albro. 1852
notices at end of book.                                      Published for the author.; 217, [1] p.
    Reel: 42, No. 749                                           Reel: 42, No. 753

Conrad, Robert Taylor, 1810-1858.
   Devotional poems.
Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott. 1862
192 p.; front. (port.); 21 cm.
   Reel: 42, No. 750


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                                                 Author Index

Cook, Ichabod.                                                     Cooke, Ebenezer.
    A brief examination of some of the most prevalent                 The sot-weed factor: or, A voyage to Maryland.
false doctrines and ceremonials of the Christian sects             London, Printed and sold by D. Bragg, at the Raven
compared with Apostolic doctrines.                                 in Pater noster Row. 1708
Providence, Printed by Knowles & Vose. 1847                        A satire. In which is describ'd the laws, government,
iv, [5]-171, [1] p.                                                courts and constitutions of the country, and also the
    Reel: 32, No. 541                                              buildings, feasts, frolicks, entertainments and
                                                                   drunken humours of the inhabitants of that part of
[Cook, Mary Louise (Redd)].                                        America. In burlesque verse.; 1 p.l., 21 p.
   Ante bellum.                                                       Reel: 17, No. 454
Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1868
Southern life as it was.; 322, [2] p.; 19.5 cm.; 2 pages           Cooke, Horatio.
of publisher's notices at end of book.                                Gleanings of thought; in a series of poems.
   Reel: 42, No. 754                                               Chicago, Ellis & Fergus. 1843
                                                                   95, [1] p.; 16 cm.
Cook, William, 1807-1876.                                             Reel: 32, No. 543
   Hope.
Salem [Mass.]. 1852                                                Cooke, Philip Pendleton, 1816-1850.
1 v.; 22 cm.; Made-up volume of pamphlet.                              Froissart ballads, and other poems.
   Reel: 43, No. 760                                               Philadelphia, Carey and Hart. 1847
                                                                   xi, [13]-216 p.; 17.5 cm.
Cook, William, 1807-1876.                                              Reel: 32, No. 542
   The olive grove.
Salem [Mass.]. 1853                                                Cooke, Rose (Terry), 1827-1892.
[26] p.; illus., plates.; Later published as pt. [3] of his           Poems.
Eucleia.                                                           Boston, Ticknor & Fields. 1861
   Reel: 43, No. 756                                               [2], [7]-231, 16 p.; Half-title.; 16 pages of publisher's
                                                                   notices at end of book.
Cook, William, 1807-1876.                                             Reel: 43, No. 762
    The ploughboy, a poem, part first.
Salem [Mass.]. 1854                                                Cooke, Samuel Walden.
33 p.; incl. 1 illus., 6 pl.; 20 cm.; Half-title.; Part IV            Cobwebs: a poem.
of the "Eucleia."; "Appendix": p. 33.                              New York, Merwin Davis. 1865
    Reel: 43, No. 757                                              12 p.
                                                                      Reel: 43, No. 763
Cook, William, 1807-1876.
    The ploughboy, a poem, part second, composed,                  The Cook's dream, or What is poverty.
illustrated and published by Rev. William Cook.                    Boston, printed by L. W. Kimball. 1834
Salem [Mass.]. 1855                                                [Poem]; 12 p.
[2], 37-68 p.; incl. illus.; 4 col. pl. 20 cm. in case 26             Reel: 32, No. 544
cm.; Half-title.; Part V of the "Eucleia."; Preface
dated February 1855.                                               Cookson, John, of Middletown.
    Reel: 43, No. 758                                                 Memoir of Mrs. Martha Barnes, late of
                                                                   Middletown, Connect cut.
Cook, William, 1807-1876.                                          Middletown, E. Hunt. 1834
    The ploughboy, a poem, part third, composed,                   48 p.
illustrated and published solely.                                     Reel: 32, No. 545
Salem [Mass.]. 1855
[2], 71-110 p.; Half-title.; Part VI of the "Eucleia.";            Cooledge, George F., pub.
Reprinted with notes added on p. 108.                                 The little one's ladder; or, First steps in spelling
    Reel: 43, No. 759                                              and reading.
                                                                   New York, G.F. Cooledge. [c1858]
Cook, William, 1807-1876.                                          Embellished with numerous engravings.; [7], 17 p.
   Sunbeam through pagan clouds, a poem.                              Reel: 43, No. 767
Salem [Mass.]. 1853
15 p.; 19 cm.; Later published as pt. [2] of his                   Cooley, James Ewing, 1802-1882.
Eucleia.                                                              Estracts from Humbugiana: or, The world's
   Reel: 43, No. 761                                               convention.
                                                                   Gotham, Published by Gas, Green & Ginger. 1847
                                                                   A satire. In four parts. By Quirk Ogee, LL.D.
                                                                   [pseud.]; 24 p.
                                                                      Reel: 32, No. 546




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                                               Author Index

[Cooley, James Ewing] 1802-1882.                               Coomer, George H.
  The spawn of Ixion; or, The 'biter bit'.                        Miscellaneous poems.
[New York?]. 1846                                              Boston, The author. 1851
An allegory. Forge of Vulcan.; 15 p.; 19 cm.                   168 p.; 20 cm.
  Reel: 32, No. 547                                               Reel: 43, No. 768

Coolidge, George.                                              Cooper, Henry C.
   The joys of toil; a poem pronounced on the 30th                Thoughts in verse.
anniversary of the Mechanic apprentices' library               New York, McGee, Maddern & Warren. 1870
association, Feb. 22, 1850.                                    49 p.; 23 cm.
Boston, Ticknow, Reed, & Fields. 1850                             Reel: 43, No. 769
16 p.
   Reel: 32, No. 550                                           Cooper, Myles, 1737?-1785.
                                                                   Poems on several occasions.
Coolidge, George, 1817-1888.                                   Oxford, Printed [by W. Jackson]. 1752
   Anniversary poem delivered before the Mechanic              vi, ix-xviii, 342 p.
apprentices library association, in the Masonic                    Reel: 17, No. 459
temple, Boston, on its twenty-fourth anniversary,
February 22d, 1844.                                            [Cooper, Myles] 1737?-1785.
Boston, Published for the Association. 1844                        The patriots of North-America: a Sketch with
3 p.l., [6]-16 p.; 21.5 cm.; (Bound with: Munro,               explanator notes.
Alexand The progress and improvement of human                  New York. Printed in the year 1775
society... 1847).                                              iv, 47, [1] p.
   Reel: 32, No. 548                                               Reel: 17, No. 458
Coolidge, George, 1817-1888.                                   Cooper's Wells, a lightly physical, slightly quizzical,
    The joys of toil: a poem pronounced on the                 delightfully lyrical, and (anything but) spitefully
thirtieth anniversary of the Mechanic apprentices'             satirical poem, on the most wonderful dream that
library association, February 22, 1850.                        ever was (or was not) dreamed by any wonderful
Boston, Ticknor, Reed, & Fields. 1850                          dreamer, however wonderfully wide awake;
Published at the request of the association.; 16 p.;           warranted to abound in rhyme, if not to overflow
23.5 cm.                                                       with reason; written (a long way) after the style and
    Reel: 32, No. 549                                          date of another great poet's vision of judgment!.
                                                               Jackson, Miss., Dobson & Dickey, printers. 1851
[Coolidge, George] 1817-1888.                                  iv, [5]-24 p.; 21.5 cm.
   Home.                                                           Reel: 43, No. 770
Boston [Brown, Taggard & Chase]. [c1859]
8 p.; illus.; 12 cm.; (My own little library, no. 2); A        Copcutt, Ann Elizabeth.
poem.                                                             Poems.
   Reel: 43, No. 764                                           New York, T.J. Crowen. 1862
                                                               94 p.
[Coolidge, George] 1817-1888.                                     Reel: 43, No. 771
   Poems of childhood.
Boston, G. Coolidge. 1861                                      Copcutt, Francis.
112, [1] p.; illus.; 12 cm.; (Poetic gems, diamond                Edith; a play in five acts.
edition); One page of publisher's notices at end of            New York, J.A. Gray. [cop. 1857]
book.                                                          83 p.; 12.
   Reel: 43, No. 765                                              Reel: 43, No. 772

[Coolidge, George] 1817-1888.                                  Copway, George, Chippewa chief, 1818?-1863.
   A song for May.                                                The Ojibway conquest; a tale of the Northwest.
Boston [Brown, Taggard & Chase]. [c1859]                       New York, G.P. Putnam. 1850
8 p.; A poem.                                                  By Kahge-ga-gah-bowh, or, G. Copway, chief of the
   Reel: 43, No. 766                                           Ojibway Nation.; 91 p.; front.; (port.); 20 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 32, No. 551
Coombe, Thomas T, 1747-1822.
    Edwin: or, The emigrant.                                   Cordora; a poetical romance.
Philadelphia, Printed by John Dunlap, in Market                St. Louis, Mo. Republican steam power press. 1849
street. 1775                                                   By F.S.M. ...; 86, [2] p.; 18.5 cm.
An eclogue. To which are added three other poetical                Reel: 33, No. 552
sketches ...; 24 p.
    Reel: 17, No. 456                                          Corliss, Nancy Jane Thom.
                                                                  [Original poems].
                                                               [Salem, Mass., April 22, 1834-1838]; unp.; 21 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 33, No. 553

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                                        American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                              Author Index

Cornell, J.F.D.                                              Courmont, Félix de.
   Arthur and Constance; or, The power of love.                Le Taenarion.
New York, Wiley & Halsted. 1858                              Nouvelle-Orléans, Imprimerie de Gaux & co. 1847
24 p.                                                        Variously paged.; 25 cm.
   Reel: 43, No. 773                                           Reel: 33, No. 558

[Cornyn, Dominick].                                          The Court of Neptune and the curse of liberty, with
   A poetical discription [!] of the present                 other poems, on subjects connected with the late war.
oppressions of Ireland.                                      New York, Van Winkle, Wiley & Co., printers. 1817
Reading [Pa.], Printed by J. Schneider & Comp. 1798          106, [1] p.
To which is annexed, The angel of intelligence; an              Reel: 17, No. 463
eastern tale, in verse, with The emigrant, an ode, by
the same.; 1 p.l., 33, [1] p.; 18.4 cm.                      Courtelyou, Ida.
   Reel: 17, No. 460                                            Impromptu poems on promiscuous subjects.
                                                             [n.p.]. [1870]
Corwin, Jane H.                                              [7], 10-80 p.; front.; 13 cm.
   The harp of home; or, the Medley.                            Reel: 44, No. 777
Cincinnati, Moore, Wilstach, Keys & co. 1858
382 p.; front.; (port.); 20 cm.; Front. signed in            Courtney, Margaret.
facsimile.; Poetry and prose.                                   The poetical works of Margaret Courtney.
   Reel: 43, No. 774                                         Pittsburgh, John L. Arthurs [A.A. Anderson, pr].
                                                             1850
Cosgrove, Patrick.                                           vi p., 1 leaf, [1], 10-300 p.
   Ponass and Wowan, a poem in two cantos.                       Reel: 33, No. 559
Ottawa, James Ritchie. 1860
[7], 10-27 p.                                                Cousin Eula, pseud.
   Reel: 43, No. 775                                            My child fairy; or, Rhymes for the youngerlings.
                                                             Hartford, L.E. Hunt. 1858
Cothren, William.                                            56 p.; 15 cm.
   A report of the Bi-centennial jubilee of the first           Reel: 44, No. 778
Congregational church in Woodbury, Conn.
New Haven, J.H. Benham & son. 1870                           Cousin Hattie, pseud.
64 p.; 23 cm.                                                   Arthur Locke, and other stories.
   Reel: 43, No. 776                                         Boston, New England S.s. union. 1854
                                                             104 p.; 18.
The Cottage minstrel; or, Verses on various subjects.           Reel: 44, No. 779
Philadelphia; Printed for the authoress, by Joseph
Rakestraw. 1827                                              Cousin Hatty, pseud.
By a female of this city.; 120 p.; front.; 19 cm.              Cousin Hatty's hymns and twilight stories.
   Reel: 33, No. 556                                         Boston, William Crosby & H.P. Nichols. 1852
                                                             Variously paged.; illus.
Cottle, Jabez, 1747-1820.                                      Reel: 44, No. 780
   Life of Eld. Jabez Cottle, from the original
manuscript.                                                  Cousin John, pseud.
[n.p.]. [1822]                                                  The drummer boy: a story of the war.
March 5th A.D. 1822.; 22 p.; 17 cm.                          Boston, Crosby & Nichols. 1862
   Reel: 33, No. 557                                         (In verse) For the young folks at home, by Cousin
                                                             John [pseud.] With illustrations from original
[Cotton, John] 1640-1699.                                    designs.; 48 p.; illus.; 15 cm.; Green cloth binding.
   Upon the death of that aged, pious, sincere-                 Reel: 44, No. 781
hearted Christian, John Alden, Esq., late magistrate
of New-Plimouth colony, who dyed Sept. 12th, 1687,           Cousin Lill, pseud.
being about eighty nine years of age.                           The lily of the valley; or, Cousin Lill's stories for
[n.p.]. [c1714]                                              her pets.
broadside.                                                   New York, J.Q. Preble. [n.d.]
   Reel: 17, No. 461                                         95 p.
                                                                Reel: 44, No. 782
The Counterpart to the state-dunces.
London, Printed for W. Mears, at the lamb, on                Cousin Lill, pseud.
Ludgate Hill. 1733                                              The multiflora; or, Flowers of love's culling.
By a native of New York.; 10 p.                              New York, J.Q. Preble. [c1855]
  Reel: 17, No. 462                                          96 p.; 8 cm.
                                                                Reel: 44, No. 783



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                                       American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                             Author Index

Cousin Lill, pseud.                                           Coxe, Arthur Cleveland, bp., 1818-1896.
   The songs of the seasons.                                      Advent, a mystery.
New York, J.Q. Preble. [c1855]                                New York, J.S. Taylor. 1837
96 p.                                                         x, [11]-132 p.; 20 cm.
   Reel: 44, No. 784                                              Reel: 33, No. 561

Coutts, W.G.                                                  Coxe, Arthur Cleveland, bp., 1818-1896.
   The games, A nicht wi' Burns and other poems.                 Athanasion: an ode pronounced before the
New York, published by the author. 1860                       associate alumni of Washington College, in Christ
[4], 159, [4] p.; 27.5 cm.                                    Church, Hartford, on the day before commencement,
   Reel: 44, No. 786                                          1840.
                                                              Hartford, Published by the Association. 1840
[Cowdell, Thomas Daniel].                                     32 p.; 23 cm.
   A poetical account of the American campaigns of               Reel: 33, No. 562
1812 and 1813; with some slight sketches relating to
the party politics which governed the United States,          Coxe, Arthur Cleveland, bp., 1818-1896.
during the war and at its commencement.                           Christian ballads.
Halifax, Printed by John Howe, jun. 1815                      New York, D. Appleton and company. 1865
Dedicated to the people of Canada, by the publisher.;         Illustrated by John A. Hows ... Rev. ed....; 3 p.l., [v]-
139 p.; 19 cm.                                                xii p., 1 l., [11]-235 p.; front., illus., plates.; 21.5 cm.;
   Reel: 18, No. 465                                          Published anonymously in 1840.; Added t.-p. in red
                                                              and black.
Cowper, William, 1731-1800.                                       Reel: 44, No. 791
   The diverting history of John Gilpin.
Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott. 1869                           Coxe, Arthur Cleveland, bp., 1818-1896.
Rendered into German by Rev. Paul Weiss...; 25 p.;               Christian ballads.
22.5 cm.                                                      Philadelphia, Richard. McCauley. [c1847]
   Reel: 44, No. 787                                          With corr. and additions. 15th ed.; 227 p.; 15 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 34, No. 567
Cox, Christopher Christian, 1816-1882.
   Female education, a poem, delivered before the             Coxe, Arthur Cleveland, bp., 1818-1896.
Frederick female seminary, at its annual                         Christian ballads, and poems.
commencement, July 8th, 1858.                                 Oxford, J.H. Parker. 1849
Frederick, Md., Schley & Haller. 1858                         With corr. and a preface to the English ed. by the
44 p.                                                         author...; xv, 244 p.
   Reel: 44, No. 788                                             Reel: 34, No. 569

[Cox, Henry Hamilton] 1750-1821.                              Coxe, Arthur Cleveland, bp., 1818-1896.
   Metrical sketches.                                            Christian ballads, and poems.
Philadelphia; Printed for the author, by J.R.A.               Oxford, J.H. Parker. 1853
Skerrett. 1817                                                With cor. and a preface to the English ed. by the
By a Citizen of the world.; 60 p.; 16 cm.                     author ... New ed.; xv, 254, [2] p.; 2 pages of
   Reel: 18, No. 466                                          publisher's notices at end of book.
                                                                 Reel: 44, No. 790
Cox, John, of Philadelphia.
    Rewards and punishments, or, Satan's kingdom              Coxe, Arthur Cleveland, bp., 1818-1896.
aristocratical To which is subjoined A voyage to                 The church and the press, or, Christian literature
London, and An acrostic.                                      the inheritance of the church.
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, at no. 41,              New York, General Pros. Episcopal S.S. union and
Chesnut street, May. 1795                                     Church book society. 1859
20 p.; 20.5 cm.                                               A sermon...; 48 p.; 19 cm.
    Reel: 18, No. 467                                            Reel: 44, No. 792

Cox, Sandford C.                                              Coxe, Arthur Cleveland, bp., 1818-1896.
   The evangelist, and other poems.                               Halloween, a romaunt, with lays meditative and
Cincinnati, published by the author, R.F. Thompson,           devotional.
printer. 1867                                                 Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1869
134 p.; 15.5 cm.                                              7, [5]-180 p.; 13 cm.
   Reel: 44, No. 789                                              Reel: 44, No. 793

[Cox, William] d. 1851?.
  Crayon sketches.
New York, Conner and Cooke. 1833
By an amateur. Ed. by Theodore 3. Fay...; 2v.; 19 cm.
  Reel: 33, No. 560

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                                                 Author Index

[Coxe, Arthur Cleveland, bp.] 1818-1896.                         Coxe, Lola de.
   Athanasion.                                                      Log of yacht Seadrift.
New York, Wiley and Putnam. 1842                                 [n.p.]. [n.d.]
2d ed., with notes and corrections. Also,                        Cruise of August, 1867.; [7], 4-18 p.
miscellaneous poems. By the author of "Christian                    Reel: 44, No. 795
ballads", &c.; 4 p.l., [v]-xii, [13]-187 p.; 20 cm.
   Reel: 33, No. 563                                             Coxe, Margaret, b. 1800.
                                                                    Floral emblems; or, Moral sketches from flowers.
[Coxe, Arthur Cleveland, bp.] 1818-1896.                         Cincinnati, H.W. Derby & co.; New York, D.
   Athanasion.                                                   Appleton & co. 1845
New York, Wiley and Putnam. 1842                                 144 p.; 4 col. pl. (incl. front.); 17 cm.
2d ed., with notes and corrections. Also,                           Reel: 34, No. 573
miscellaneous poems. By the author of "Christian
ballads", &c.; 4 p.l., [v]-xii, [13]-187 p.; 20 cm.              Coxe, Margaret, b. 1800.
   Reel: 34, No. 564                                                 The young lady's companion, and token of
                                                                 affection; in a series of letters.
[Coxe, Arthur Cleveland, bp.] 1818-1896.                         Columbus, I.N. Whiting. 1846
   Christian ballads.                                            x, 348 p.; 21 cm.
Hartford, H.S. Parsons. 1847                                         Reel: 34, No. 574
Rev. ed. with additional ballads.; 1 p.l., vii p., 1 l.,
[11]-192 p.; front.; 19 cm.                                      Coxe, Samuel Hanson, 1820?-1895.
   Reel: 34, No. 566                                                The progress of the church.
                                                                 Geneva, N.Y., The Society. 1843
[Coxe, Arthur Cleveland, bp.] 1818-1896.                         A poem, pronounced before the Englossian Society
   Christian ballads.                                            of Geneva College, August 1, 1843.; 21, [3] p.; 18.5
Oxford and London, J.H. Parker. [1848]                           cm.
12 pts. in 1 v.; 12 cm.                                             Reel: 34, No. 570.1
   Reel: 34, No. 568
                                                                 Coyle, William H.
[Coxe, Arthur Cleveland, bp.] 1818-1896.                           Firemen's ode.
   Halloween.                                                    Detroit Duncklee, Wales & Co. 1850
[New York, J.P. Wright, printer]. 1842                           Dedicated to the firemen of Detroit. Delivered on the
A romaunt. Unpublished.; 2 p.l., [9]-64 p.; 20.5 cm.             Fourth of July, 1850.; cover-title, 8 p.; 22 cm.
   Reel: 34, No. 569.1                                             Reel: 34, No. 575

[Coxe, Arthur Cleveland, bp.] 1818-1896.                         [Cozine, John].
   Halloween, a romaunt, with lays, meditative and                  Dick Twiss.
devotional, by the author of "Christian ballads".                [n.p.]. [177-?]
Hartford, H.S. Parsons & Co. 1847                                A poem.; 8 p.; 19.4 cm.
2d ed.; 189 p.; front.; 12 cm.                                      Reel: 18, No. 468
   Reel: 34, No. 570
                                                                 Cozzens, Frederick Swartwout, 1818-1869.
[Coxe, Arthur Cleveland, bp.] 1818-1896.                            Memorial of the Golden Wedding of Nicholas
    Saul, a mystery.                                             Longworth and Susan Longworth, celebrated at
New York, D. Appleton & co.; Hartford, H.S.                      Cincinnati on Christmas Eve.
Parsons. 1845                                                    Baltimore, Hunckel & son. 1857
x, [11]-297, [1] p.; 18.5 cm.                                    unpaged.; port. pl.; 30 cm.; Ornamental t.-p.
    Reel: 34, No. 572                                               Reel: 44, No. 796

[Coxe, Arthur Cleveland, bp.] 1818-1896.                         Cozzens, Frederick Swartwout, 1818-1869.
   St. Jonathan, the lay of a scald.                                The sayings of Dr. Bushwhacker, and other
New York, T.J. Crowen. 1838                                      learned men.
2 pts. in 1 v.; 19 cm.                                           New York, A. Simpson & co. 1867
   Reel: 34, No. 571                                             2 p.l., [3]-7 p., 1 l., 213 p.; 19 cm.; Title vignette.
                                                                    Reel: 44, No. 799
Coxe, Eliza C.
   Memorial poems of the late Mrs. Eliza C. Coxe.                Cozzens, Frederick Swartwout, 1818-1869.
Utica, New York, steam press of Curtiss & Childs.                   The Sparrowgrass papers; or, Living in the
1868                                                             country.
Compiled by her husband.; 71 p.; front.; (port.); 19             New York, Derby & Jackson; Cincinnati, H.W.
cm.                                                              Derby. 1856
   Reel: 44, No. 794                                             328, [8] p.; front.; 18 cm.; Added t.-p., engr.; 8 pages
                                                                 of publisher's notices at end of book.
                                                                    Reel: 45, No. 800


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Cozzens, Frederick Swartwout, 1818-1869.                         Craig, Henry K., 1824-1868.
   The Sparrowgrass papers; or, Living in the                       Toil and triumph.
country.                                                         New Bedford, Taber Bros. 1870
Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1865                         A memorial of the character, work, and closing days
[7], x-328 p.; front.; 19 cm.; Half-title.; Added t.-p.,         of Rev. Wheelock Craig.; [9], 4-203 p.
engraved.                                                           Reel: 45, No. 802
   Reel: 45, No. 801
                                                                 Craig, Wheelock, 1824-1868.
[Cozzens, Frederick Swartwout] 1818-1869.                           The invalid's Sabbath in Florence.
    Prismatics, by Richard Haywarde [pseud.].                    New Bedford, Taber Brothers. 1869
New York, London, D. Appleton & co. 1853                         Lines written for the Daily Evening Standard, after a
Illustrated with wood engravings from designs by                 few days of rest from travel. By Rev. Wheelock
Elliott, Darley, Kensett, Hicks and Rossiter...; 235 p.;         Craig...; [4], 7-17 p.; 18 cm.; Half-title.
illus.; 20 cm.                                                      Reel: 45, No. 803
    Reel: 44, No. 798
                                                                 Craigengelt, Arthur, pseud.
[Cozzens, Frederick Swartwout] 1818-1869.                           Fashionable satires.
   To Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas Longworth: an                          New York, Peabody & co. 1832
epithalamium upon their golden wedding day.                      Rhodoshake's visit from the moon; a poem; in two
[New York?] Christmas. 1857                                      cantos.; 63 p.; 22.5 cm.
[3], 6-12 p.; Half-title.; On cover: The Golden                     Reel: 35, No. 578
wedding.; Author's autographed presentation copy.
   Reel: 44, No. 797                                             Cram, Nancy Gove.
                                                                    A collection of hymns and poems.
Crafts, William, 1787-1826.                                      Shenectady, Printed for the compiler. 1815
   The sea serpent; or, Gloucester hoax.                         Designed to instruct the inquirer, and furnish the
Charleston, Printed and published by A.E. Miller, no.            public with a small variety.; 104 p.
101, Queen street. 1819                                             Reel: 18, No. 472
A dramatic jeu d'esprit, in three acts.; 34 p.; 19 cm.
   Reel: 18, No. 470                                             Cramp, Obed.
                                                                    Poems (manuscript).
Crafts, William, 1787-1826.                                      June 10, 1848
   A selection, in prose and poetry, from the                    (In William H. Potter's--Common Place book. No. 2.
miscellaneous writings of the late William Crafts.               dated).
Charleston, printed by C.C. Sebring & J.S. Burges.                  Reel: 35, No. 579
1828
To which is prefixed, a memoir of his life. By                   Cranch, Christopher Pearse, 1813-1892.
Samuel Gilman.; L p., 3 l., [5]-384 p.; 22 cm.                      Address delivered before the Harvard musical
   Reel: 35, No. 576                                             association, in the Chapel of the University at
                                                                 Cambridge, August 28, 1845.
Crafts, William, 1787-1826.                                      Boston, S.N. Dickinson. 1845
   Sullivan's Island, the Raciad, and other poems,               21 p.; 22 cm.
reprinted.                                                          Reel: 35, No. 580
Charleston, Printed by T.B. Stephen, 8, Tradd street.
1820                                                             Cranch, Christopher Pearse, 1813-1892.
100 p.; 22 cm.                                                      Kobboltozo: a sequel to the Last of the
   Reel: 18, No. 471                                             Huggermuggers.
                                                                 Boston, Phillips, Sampson and company. 1857
[Crafts, William] 1787-1826.                                     With illustrations.; 1 p.l., [vii]-viii, 95 p.; incl. illus.,
   The Raciad and other occasional poems.                        plates. front. 22 cm.
Charleston, S.C., Printed by E. Morford; Willington                 Reel: 45, No. 804
& Co. 1810
32 p.                                                            Cranch, Christopher Pearse, 1813-1892.
   Reel: 18, No. 469                                                 The last of the Huggermuggers, a giant story, with
                                                                 illustrations.
Craggs, Sailsbury.                                               Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. 1856
   A landscape sketched in New Hampshire; to                     iv, 70 p.; front., illus., plates.; 21 cm.
which are added Lines to a Democratic young lady                     Reel: 45, No. 805
and her reply.
Boston, Charles Callender. 1821
24 p.; 22 cm.
   Reel: 35, No. 577




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Cranch, Christopher Pearse, 1813-1892.                        Crawford, Charles, b. 1752.
   A poem delivered in the First Congregational                  A poetical paraphrase on our Saviour's sermon on
church in the town of Quincy, May 25, 1840, the two           the mount.
hundredth anniversary of the incorporation of the             Philadelphia, Printed and sold by Thomas Bradford,
town.                                                         book-seller and stationer, no. 8, south Front street.
Boston, J. Munroe and company. 1840                           1796
Pub. by request.; 26 p.; 23 cm.                               New ed.; 24 p.
   Reel: 35, No. 581                                             Reel: 18, No. 481

Cranch, Christopher Pearse, 1813-1892.                        Crawford, Charles, b. 1752.
   Poems.                                                        The progress of liberty: a Pindaric ode.
Philadelphia, Carey and Hart. 1844                            Philadelphia, Printed and sold by Ormrod & Conrad.
2 p.l., [9]-116 p.; 19 cm.                                    1796
   Reel: 35, No. 582                                          New ed.; 1 p.l., 21, [1] p.; 18 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 18, No. 482
Crapo, H.M., Mrs.
   Miscellaneous poems.                                       [Crawford, Charles] b. 1752.
Wallingford [Vermont]. 1870                                      The Christian: a poem; in four books.
[11], 8-245, [1] p.; 19 cm.; Author's edition.                Philadelphia, Printed and sold by Joseph Crukshank,
   Reel: 45, No. 806                                          in Market street, between Second and Third streets.
                                                              1783
Crapo, William Wallace, 1830-1926.                            To which is prefixed a preface in prose in defence of
   Poems, by William W. Crapo, and valedictory                Christianity: with an address to the people of
oration by Homer B. Spraque, pronounced before the            America.; xl, [3], 4-111 p.; 16.5 cm.
senior class in Yale, June 16, 1852.                             Reel: 18, No. 473
New Haven, printed by T.J. Stafford. 1852
47 p.                                                         [Crawford, Charles] b. 1752.
   Reel: 45, No. 807                                             A poetical paraphrase on our Saviour's sermon on
                                                              the mount.
Crawford, Charles, b. 1752.                                   Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by Robert
   The Christian, a poem, in six books.                       Aitken, at Pope's Head in Market street. 1783
Philadelphia, Printed and sold by Benjamin Johnson.           24 p.; 23 cm.
1802                                                             Reel: 18, No. 480
3rd Amer. ed.; xxvii, [3], 4-76 p.; 21.5 cm.
   Reel: 18, No. 475                                          Creecy, James R.
                                                                 Scenes in the South, and other miscellaneous
Crawford, Charles, b. 1752.                                   pieces.
   The Christian, a poem; in six books.                       Washington, T. McGill, printer. 1860
Philadelphia, Printed and sold by Benjamin Johnson,           294 p.; 19 cm.; Prose and poetry.
Market street. 1794                                              Reel: 45, No. 808
2nd Amer. ed.; xxxi, 62 p.; 16.5 cm.
   Reel: 18, No. 474                                          Cressy, Noah.
                                                                 The battle and monument of Bunker Hill,
Crawford, Charles, b. 1752.                                   compared with the agonies and triumphs of the cross.
   The dying prostitute, a poem.                              Portland, Me., Foster & Gerrish, printers. [18--?]
Philadelphia. 1797                                            24 p.; 19 cm.
New ed.; 12 p.; 17 cm.                                           Reel: 35, No. 582.1
   Reel: 18, No. 476
                                                              Cressy, Noah.
Crawford, Charles, b. 1752.                                     A desperate battle with rum. Satan's stronghold
   Observations upon negro-slavery.                           demolished.
Philadelphia, Printed and sold by Eleazer Oswald, in          Boston. 1855
Market street, between Fourth and Fifth streets. 1790         Temperance triumphant. Success in this good war.
New ed.; 125, [1] p.; fold. plate.; 18 cm.                    Huzza! Huzza! Huzza! A poem.; 7, [1] p.; 22 cm.;
   Reel: 18, No. 484                                          Cover-title.
                                                                Reel: 45, No. 809
Crawford, Charles, b. 1752.
   Observations upon negro-slavery.                           Cressy, Noah, poet.
Philadelphia, Printed and sold by Joseph Crukshank,              The burning of the Phoenix.
in Market street, between Second and Third streets.           Milwaukee [Wis.] Daily Wisconsin book and job
1784                                                          printing office. 1848
24 p.; 17 cm.                                                 A poem.; 21 p.; 18.5 cm.
   Reel: 18, No. 483                                             Reel: 35, No. 583



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                                                 Author Index

Cressy, Noah, poet.                                                Cromwell, Ruth Natalie.
   The murder of Dr. George Parkman, of Boston,                       Nancy Blake letters.
Nov 23, 1849, by Dr. John W. Webster, who was                      New York, J. Bradburn. 1864
executed, Aug., 30, 1850, a poem.                                  To a western cousin.; 36 p.; 23 cm.
Portland, Harmon & Williams, Printers. 1850                           Reel: 45, No. 815
40 p.; 20 cm.
   Reel: 35, No. 584                                               Crosby, William George, 1806-1881.
                                                                      Poetical illustrations of the Athenaeum gallery of
Crey, Ethel.                                                       paintings.
    Sunset gleams from the city of the mounts.                     Boston, True and Greene. 1827
St. Louis, Mo., New York, John F. Trow. 1850                       [2] l., 39 p.; 22 cm.
[5], 8-182 p.; illus.; (incl. front.); 22 cm.; Half-title.            Reel: 35, No. 588
    Reel: 45, No. 810
                                                                   [Crosland, John M.].
Crider, H.M.                                                           An American's offering.
   Pedagogics.                                                     Philadelphia. 1849
York, Pa., Kephart & Crider. 1866                                  A recitative ode, on events of revolutionary times.
[2], 5-87, [3] p.; Half-title.; Contains two pages of              Dedicated to the American people. By a mechanic. In
advertisements at end.                                             five cantos. With historical notes, and memoranda
   Reel: 45, No. 811                                               illustrative of the truth of the poem.; 40 p.; incl. front.
                                                                   (port.); 22.5 cm.
Cries of the metropolis: or, Humble life in New York.                  Reel: 35, No. 589
Rutland, Published by George A. Tuttle & Co. 1857
[16] p.; illus.; 24 cm.; Cover title.; At head of title:           Cross, Leila Adaline (Lindsley).
Part II.; In verse.; Vignette on front cover.                         Portraiture and pencilings of the late Mrs. L.A.L.
   Reel: 45, No. 812                                               Cross.
                                                                   Nashville, A.H. Ford. 1851
Crihfield, Arthur.                                                 By her husband...; viii, 10-352 p.; 19 cm.; Foreword
   The Universaliad; or, Confessions of                            signed: Joseph Cross.
Universalism.                                                         Reel: 45, No. 816
Cincinnati, E. Shepard. 1849
A poem, in twelve cantos. To which are added                       Cross, Marcus E.
Lectures on Universalism. Wherein the system is                       The mirror of intemperance, and history of the
explained, and its chief arguments considered and                  temperance reform.
refuted.; 177, 192 p.; 18 cm.                                      Philadelphia, J.T. Lange. 1845
   Reel: 35, No. 585                                               To which is added, The life and death of King
                                                                   Alcohol, and original and selected anecdotes.; x, 11-
Crispianus, pseud.                                                 240 p.; 19.5 cm.
   To perpetuate the memory of peace, the triumphal                   Reel: 35, No. 590
arch, and looking glass, or the continental mirror.
[n.p.]. [1783?]                                                    Croswell, Joseph.
8 p.                                                                   A new world planted; or, The adventures of the
   Reel: 15, No. 385                                               forefathers of New-England, who landed in
                                                                   Plymouth, December 22, 1620. An historical drama,
[Crocker, Hannah (Mather)] 1752-1829.                              in five acts.
  A series of letters on free masonry.                             Boston, Printed for the author, sold by E. Larkin, no.
Boston: Printed by John Eliot. 1815                                47, Cornhill. 1802
By a lady of Boston.; 24 p.; 19.5 cm.                              45 p.; 20.5 cm.
  Reel: 35, No. 586                                                    Reel: 18, No. 486

Crompton, William, 1806-1891.                                      Croswell, William.
   To the Honorable Hall? come [!] Hornby, of                         Poems, sacred and secular: D.D., edited, with a
Hornby House, these papers are respectfully                        memoir by A. Cleveland Coxe.
inscrib'd.                                                         Boston, Ticknor & Fields. 1861
Hartford. 1861                                                     xlviii, 284 p.; front. (port.); 16 cm.
16 p., 1 l.; 24 cm.; In verse.                                        Reel: 46, No. 817
   Reel: 45, No. 814
                                                                   Crow, William.
Cromwell, Oliver, of South Carolina.                                   The banks of the Hudson, a poem, descriptive of
   The soldier's wreath, or The battle ground of New               rural scenery, manners & customs in the United
Orleans, and other poems.                                          States of America.
Charleston, Printed by W. Riley. 1828                              Leith, Printed by and for W. Reid; Edinburgh, A
3 p.l., [ix]-xii, [13]-101 p., 1 l.; 20 cm.                        Constable and co.; [etc., etc.]. 1821
   Reel: 35, No. 587                                               iv, 108 p.; 18.5 cm.
                                                                       Reel: 35, No. 591

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Crowne, John, 1640?-1712.                                        Cummings, Ariel Ivers, 1823-1863.
   Daeneids; or, The noble labours of the great dean                 The factory girl: or, Gardez la coeur.
of Notre-Dame in Paris, for the erecting in his quire a          Lowell, J.E. Short & co. 1847
throne for his glory, and the eclipsing the pride of an          viii, [9]-167 p.; col. front., col. plates.; 17 cm.
imperious, usurping chanter.                                         Reel: 35, No. 594
London, Printed for R. Baldwin, in Warwick lane,
near the Oxford Arms Inn. 1692                                   Cummings, Ariel Ivers, 1823-1863.
An heroic poem in four cantos. Containing a true                    The lady's present: or, Beauties of female
history, and shews ... the Romish clergy. Licensed               character.
Jan. 27, 1691/2.; 4 p.l., 32 p.; 19.5 cm.                        Boston, J. Buffum. 1852
   Reel: 18, No. 487                                             2d ed.; 188 p.; col. front.; 14 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 46, No. 822
Crowne, John, 1640?-1712.
   Pandion and Amphigenia: or, The history of the                Cummings, Ariel Ivers, 1823-1863.
coy lady of Thessalia, adorned with sculptures.                     The lady's present: or, Beauties of female
London, Printed by I.G. for R. Mills, at the sign of             character.
the pestle and mortar without Temple Bar, anno.                  Boston, J. Buffum. 1854
1665                                                             3 ed.; 188 p.; 14.5 cm.
7 p.l., 307 p.; plates, (front.); 16 cm.                            Reel: 46, No. 823
   Reel: 18, No. 488
                                                                 Cummings, Ariel Ivers, 1823-1863.
Cruger, Eliza.                                                      The lady's present: or, Beauties of female
   Regina, and other poems.                                      character.
New York, G.W. Carleton. London, S. Low., son &                  Nashua, H.H., J. Buffum. 1849
co. 1868                                                         188 p.; 14.5 cm.
378, [3]-8 p.; 19 cm.; 6 pages of publisher's notices at            Reel: 35, No. 595
end of book.
   Reel: 46, No. 818                                             Cummings, Ariel Ivers, 1823-1863.
                                                                    The lady's present; or, Beauties of female
Cruickshank, James, jr.                                          character.
   A bouquet of flowers from the garden of paradise.             Boston, J. Buffum. 1856
New York, Harper & Bros. 1851                                    5th ed.; 188 p.; front.; 16 cm.; Not a gift book.
with critical notes, and biography of the author. 2 ed.;            Reel: 46, No. 824
38 p.; port.; illus.
   Reel: 46, No. 819                                             Cummings, E.L., Mrs.
                                                                    Ode.
Cullen, Cassius C.                                               [n.p.]. [n.d.]
   The American melodies in three parts, and                     (In Phillips academy, Andover, Massachusetts. Order
miscellaneous poems.                                             of exercises at exhibition, Andover, Mass., July 28,
Trenton, New Jersey, Murphy & Bechtel, printers.                 1857.; p. 4).
1864                                                                Reel: 134, No. 2422
96 p.; 17.5 cm.
   Reel: 46, No. 820                                             Cummings, Jeremiah Williams, 1823-1866.
                                                                    Italian legends and sketches.
Culver, Nathan.                                                  New York, E. Dunigan & brother, J.B. Kirker. 1858
   The returning prodigal.                                       [9], 12-275 p.; 18.5 cm.; Half-title.; Contains poetry.
[n.p.]. [ca. 1790]                                                  Reel: 46, No. 825
(In his [Vision]; p. 11).
   Reel: 18, No. 489                                             Cummings, Jeremiah Williams, 1823-1866.
                                                                    The Silver stole, being a collection of one hundred
[Culver, Samuel].                                                texts of Scripture and one hundred original epitaphs
   A handle for the battle axe.                                  suitable for the grave of a child.
[Groton? Conn.]. 1842                                            New York, [O'Shea]. 1859
27 p.; 20 cm.                                                    [108] p.; 23 cm.
   Reel: 35, No. 593                                                Reel: 46, No. 826

Cumberland Terrace.                                              [Cunningham, Joseph].
[n.p.]. [186-?]                                                     A dream of a happier time, and other pieces in
Dedicated to C----- B----- H-----, late Captain U.S.A.,          verse.
the companion of the author in the adventure here                New York, John F. Trow. 1855
described.; 30 p.; 20 cm.; A poem.                               Printed for distribution among the friends of the
   Reel: 46, No. 821                                             author.; 40 p.; 23.5 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 46, No. 827



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Curney, F.J.                                                    Cushman Monument Association.
   A poem: or, An argumentative rhyme, entitled;                    Proceedings at the consecration of the Cushman
The difference of beliefs; or, The spirit of agitation,         monument at Plymouth, September 16, 1858:
through the medium ships of F.J.G.                              including the discourse and poem delivered on that
Boston, Franklin Printing House. 1860                           occasion, together with a list of contributors to the
24 p.                                                           monument.
   Reel: 46, No. 828                                            Boston, Little, Brown & co. 1859
                                                                viii, [9]-96 p.; front.; 24 cm.; Prepared by Nathaniel
Currie, E.A.                                                    B. Shurtleff and Henry W. Cushman for the Cushman
   Masonry: first period.                                       monument association.
Baltimore, William Woody & son. 1851                                Reel: 46, No. 834
25, [2] p.
   Reel: 46, No. 829                                            Cushman, Robert, 1579?-1625.
                                                                   Self-love, 1621; the first sermon preached in New
Currie, Helen.                                                  England and the oldest extant of any delivered in
    Poems.                                                      America.
Philadelphia, Printed by Thomas H. Palmer. 1818                 New York J.E.D. Comstock. 1847
viii, [3], [8]-150 p.; 15 cm.                                   47 p.; facsims.; 20 cm.
    Reel: 19, No. 490                                              Reel: 36, No. 599

Currie, Margaret Gill, b. 1843.                                 [Custis, George Washington Parke] 1781-1857.
   Gabriel West, and other poems.                                   The Indian prophecy, a national drama, in two
Fredericton, N.B., H.A. Cropley. 1866                           acts.
[11], 4-127 p.; 14 cm.                                          Georgetown, D.C., J. Thomas. 1828
   Reel: 46, No. 830                                            Founded upon a most interesting and romantic
                                                                occurrence in the life of General Washington... To
Curry, Otway, 1804-1855.                                        which is prefixed, A memoir of the Indian prophecy,
   The lore of the past.                                        from the Recollections and private memoirs of the
Cincinnati, R.P. Brooks & Co. 1838                              life and character of Washington. By the author of
A poem; delivered before the Union Literary Society             the Recollections.; 35 p.; 15.5 cm.
of Hanover College, Ind., at their fifth anniversary,               Reel: 36, No. 600
September 26, 1837.; 23 p.; 21 cm.
   Reel: 35, No. 596                                            Cutler, Benjamin Clarke, 1798-1863.
                                                                   Twelve hours on the wreck; or, The stranding of
Curtis, George William, 1824-1892.                              the Sheffield.
   The Rhode Island prisoner.                                   New York, Butler. 1844
[New York]. 1865                                                72 p.; plates.; 16 cm.
broadside.; 26 cm.                                                 Reel: 36, No. 601
   Reel: 46, No. 831
                                                                Cutler, Elbridge Jefferson, 1831-1870.
Curtis, John W.                                                    Liberty and law: a poem for the hour.
   Poems.                                                       Boston, American Unitarian Association. 1861
New York, Edward G. Jenkins. 1846                               11 p.; 22.5 cm.
168 p.; por.                                                       Reel: 46, No. 835
   Reel: 36, No. 597
                                                                Cutler, Elbridge Jefferson, 1831-1870.
Curtiss, Abby (Allin), b. 1820.                                    Liberty and law: a poem for the hour.
    Home ballads: a book for New Englanders.                    Boston, American Unitarian Association. 1862
Boston and Cambridge, J. Munroe and company.                    11 p.; 22.5 cm.
1851                                                               Reel: 46, No. 836
In three parts,; [4], 7-238 p.; 17 cm.; Half-title.
    Reel: 46, No. 832                                           Cutler, Elbridge Jefferson, 1831-1870.
                                                                   Stella.
Curtiss, Abby (Allin), b. 1820.                                 Boston, Little, Brown, & co. 1868
   Kriss Kringle's Christmas book.                              [5], 8-23 p.; 17 cm.; Half-title.
Boston and Cambridge, J. Munroe and co. 1851                       Reel: 46, No. 838
A gift for children.; 80 p.; 18 cm.; Poetry and prose.
   Reel: 46, No. 833                                            Cutler, Elbridge Jefferson, 1831-1870.
                                                                   War poems.
Cushing, Eliza Lanesford (Foster), Mrs., b. 1794.               Boston, Little, Brown and co. 1867
   Esther, a sacred drama: With Judith, a poem.                 [7], 10-59 p.; 17.5 cm.; Half-title.
Boston, J. Dowe. 1840                                              Reel: 46, No. 839
118 p.; 16 cm.
   Reel: 36, No. 598


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[Cutler, Elbridge Jefferson] 1831-1870.                         [Cutts, Mary] 1801-1882.
   Poems.                                                          Grondalla, a romance in verse, by Idamore
New York [Baker and Godwin]. 1859                               [pseud.].
36 p.; 21 cm.                                                   New York, Sheldon & co. [etc., etc.]. 1866
   Reel: 46, No. 837                                            2nd ed.; 310 p.; 18.5 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 47, No. 847
Cutter, Bloodgood Haviland.
    A poem on the New England kitchen.                          The Cynick.
[Little Neck, Long Island]. 1864                                Philadelphia. 1812
Published for the benefit of the Metropolitan sanitary          By Growler Gruff, Esquire. Aided by a confederacy
fair.; 8 p.; 16 cm.                                             of lettered dogs.; [3], ii-iv p., 1 l., [1]-210 p.
    Reel: 47, No. 841                                               Reel: 19, No. 491
Cutter, Bloodgood Haviland, 1817-1906.                          Dabney, Richard, 1787?-1825.
   Eulogy on General Scott.                                        Poems and translations.
[Little Neck]. [1861.]                                          Richmond [Va.], Printed by John O'Lynch]. 1812
8 p.                                                            [4], vi-viii, 160 p.; 20 cm.; Cover title.
   Reel: 47, No. 840                                               Reel: 19, No. 492

Cutter, Bloodgood Haviland, 1817-1906.                          Dabney, Richard, 1787?-1825.
   Poetical lecture, suggested after seeing the model              Poems, original and translated.
of Solomon's temple, by Bloodgood H. Cutter, the                Philadelphia, Published by M. Carey, no. 121,
Long Island farmer, who delivered the descriptive               Chesnut street. 1815
part standing on the model at Temple hall, New                  2d ed.; viii, [2], [7]-172 p.; 14 x 8 cm.
York, March 5, 1860.                                               Reel: 19, No. 494
Flushing, [N.Y.] L.I. times office. 1860
20 p.; 15.5 cm.                                                 [Daddow, Samuel Harries] 1827-1875.
   Reel: 47, No. 842                                                Trevaro, and other occasional poems, written by
                                                                "Alpha Lyra" [pseud.].
Cutter, George Washington, 1801?-1865.                          Pottsville, Pa., J. Robins. 1853
   Buena Vista: and other poems.                                xii, [13]-159, [1] p.; 2 front., ports.; 15 cm.;
Cincinnati, Morgan & Overend, printers. 1848                    Introduction signed: S.H.D.
168 p.; front. (port.); 19 cm.                                      Reel: 47, No. 848
   Reel: 36, No. 602
                                                                Dagnall, John Malone, 1818-1917.
Cutter, George Washington, 1801?-1865.                              Daisey Swain, the flower of Shenandoah.
    Poems and fugitive pieces.                                  Brooklyn, New York. 1865
Cincinnati, Moore, Wilstach, Keys & co. 1857                    A tale of the rebellion.; [3], vi-167 p.; incl. front.,
viii, 279 p.; front. (port.); Added t.-p., illus.               illus. pl.; 16.5 cm.
    Reel: 47, No. 843                                               Reel: 47, No. 849

Cutter, George Washington, 1801?-1865.                          Dagnall, John Malone, 1818-1917.
   Poems, national and patriotic.                                  England not dead.
Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1857                        London, The author. 1878
3 p.l., [v]-viii, 279 p.; 21.5 cm.; Added t.-p., engr.,         And Turk and Briton. Also containing Scenes of
with vignette portrait.                                         Cumberland; sketched in tint, tone, word, and verse.;
   Reel: 47, No. 844                                            1 p.l., [5]-128 p.; 18.5 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 47, No. 850
Cutter, Louise J, 1835-1853?.
   Cypress leaves.                                              Dagnall, John Malone, 1818-1917.
Boston, J.M. Usher. 1856                                           The Mexican, or love and land.
with a biography by Mary W. Janvrin.; 336 p.; incl.             New York, American new company. 1868
front. (port.); 19.5 cm.; Half-title.                           Founded on the invasion of Maximilian.; [3], 6-228,
   Reel: 47, No. 845                                            [4] p.; incl. front. illus.; 15 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 47, No. 851
Cutts, Mary, 1801-1882.
    Autobiography of a clock, and other poems.                  The Dagon of Calvinism, or, The Molech of decrees.
Boston, W. Crosby and H.P. Nichols: New York,                   [n.p.]. [182-?]
C.S. Francis & co. 1852                                         A poem in three cantos. To which is annexed, a song
v, [3], 247 p.; 18.5 cm.                                        of reason and fall of Calvinism. By the same.; v, [6]-
    Reel: 47, No. 846                                           52 p.; 14 cm.
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The Dagon of Calvinism, or, The Moloch of decrees;              Dana, Daniel.
a poem, in three cantos.                                            A discourse delivered in the First Presbyterian
[n.p.] Printed for the publisher. 1827                          church in Newburyport, on Tuesday, Nov. 19, 1844,
To which is annexed, A song of reason. By the                   it being the fiftieth anniversary of the authors
same...; vi, [7]-95 p.; 13.5 cm.                                ordination.
   Reel: 36, No. 604                                            Newburyport, [Mass.] John G. Tilton. 1845
                                                                32 p.; 23 cm.
Dailey, W.B.                                                        Reel: 36, No. 608
   Saratoga: a dramatic historical romance of the
Revolution.                                                     Dana, Daniel, 1771-1859.
Corning, [N.Y.], T. Messenger. 1848                                 A discourse on the character and virtues of
96 p.; illus.                                                   General George Washington; delivered on the
   Reel: 36, No. 605                                            twenty-second of February, 1800: the day of national
                                                                mourning for his death.
The Daisy; or, Little rhymes for little readers.                Newburyport From the press of Angier March, sold
New Haven, S. Babcock. 1844                                     at his bookstore, north side of Market Square. [1800]
16 p.; illus.; 9 cm.                                            By ... minister of a church in Newburyport. Published
   Reel: 36, No. 606                                            at the desire of the bearers, to whom it is
                                                                affectionately inscribed.; 31 p.; 20 cm.
Dale, Agania.                                                       Reel: 19, No. 498
    Country verses.
Washington, D.C., Philp & Solomons. 1865                        Dana, Eliza A. (Fuller).
8, [13]-87 p.; 12 cm.                                              The broken fold: poems of memory and
    Reel: 47, No. 852                                           consolation.
                                                                New York, A.D.F. Randolph. 1868
Dalee, Justus.                                                  [5], iv-124 p.; 18.5 cm.; Half-title.; "Privately
    An address delivered to the scholars of the English         printed".
school, in district no. 27, in the town of Cambridge,              Reel: 48, No. 855
state of New-York.
Albany, Printed for the author by Churchill & Abbey,            [Dana, Eliza A. (Fuller)].
no. 95, State street, five doors east of the Episcopal             Gathered leaves.
church. 1815                                                    Cambridge, [Mass., Printed by H.O. Houghton]. 1864
To which is added a poem, composed upon the name                2 p.l., [vii]-viii, 160 p.; 21 cm.; "Private edition.";
of every scholar who attended school. March 22,                 Dedication signed: Eliza A. Dana.
1815.; 12 p.; incl. 1 plate.; 19.1 cm.                             Reel: 48, No. 856
    Reel: 19, No. 496
                                                                Dana, Joseph, 1742-1827.
Dalee, Justus.                                                     A discourse on the character and death of General
    An address delivered to the scholars of the English         George Washington, late president of the United
School, in District no. 27, in the town of Cambridge,           States of America; delivered at Ipswich on the 22d,
state of New-York.                                              February, A.D. 1800.
Albany, Printed for the author, [by Churchill &                 Newburyport, Printed by Edmund M. Blunt. 1800
Abbey]. 1815                                                    By ... [a] pastor of the South church in that place.
To which is added a poem, composed upon the name                Published by desire.; 28, [1] p.; 20.5 cm.
of every scholar who attended school. March 22,                    Reel: 19, No. 499
1815. 2nd ed. Corr. and rev. by the author.; 12 p.;
incl. 1 plate.; 12 x 19 cm.                                     Dana, Richard Henry, 1787-1879.
    Reel: 19, No. 497                                              The buccaneer, and other poems.
                                                                London, G. Slater. 1850
Damon, Howard Franklin, 1833-1884.                              xviii, [19]-154 p.; 14 cm.; [(Slater's shilling series.
   Winter evenings, a poem, delivered before the                no. 21)].
Mercantile Library Association, of Boston, on the                  Reel: 36, No. 610
occasion of the introductory lecture to the members'
course, November 16, 1858.                                      Dana, Richard Henry, 1787-1879.
[Boston, John Wilson and Son, Printers]. [1858?]                   The buccaneer, and other poems.
11 p.; Author's presentation copy.                              London, H.G. Clarke and co. 1844
   Reel: 47, No. 854                                            xviii, [19]-156 p.; 13.5 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 36, No. 609
Damon, Samuel Chenery, 1815-1885.
    The history of Holden, Massachusetts, 1667-1841.
[Worcester, Mass., Wallace and Ripley, printers].
1841
viii, 154 p.; incl. front.; 22 cm.
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Dana, Richard Henry, 1787-1879.                                   The Danger of excessive drinking, a poem.
   A poem delivered before the Porter rhetorical                  [Boston?] Printed for the author. 1794
society, in the Theological seminary, Andover,                    8 p.; 19 cm.; Bound with The tea-drinking wife ...
September 22, 1829.                                               New-York, Printed for the Hawkers, 1797.
Boston, Perkins & Marvin. 1829                                       Reel: 19, No. 509
15 p.; 23 cm.
   Reel: 36, No. 611                                              Daniel, C.T.
                                                                     William and Annie; or, A tale of love and war,
Dana, Richard Henry, 1787-1879.                                   and other poems.
    Poems.                                                        Guelph, printed at the "Herald" book and job
Boston, Bowles and Dearborn. 1827                                 establishment. 1864
viii p., 2l, 113 p.; 17 cm.                                       112 p.; 15 cm.
    Reel: 36, No. 612                                                Reel: 48, No. 857

Dana, Richard Henry, 1787-1879.                                   Daniel, Martha A.
   Poems and prose writings.                                        The dew of Hermon.
New York, Baker and Scribner. 1850                                Newburyport, William H. Huse & co. 1856
2 v.; 20.5 cm.                                                    112 p.; 12.
   Reel: 36, No. 613                                                 Reel: 48, No. 858

Dana, Richard Henry, 1787-1879.                                   Daniel, Martha A.
   Poems and prose writings.                                         Golden moments and fragments of the year.
Philadelphia, Marshall, Clark and co.; Boston,                    Bath [Me.] Printed for the author. 1864
Russell, Odiorne, and co. 1833                                    2 p.l., 82, [2] p.; 14.5 cm.
ix p., 1 l., 450 p.; 19 cm.                                          Reel: 48, No. 860
   Reel: 37, No. 614
                                                                  Daniels, Eunice K., Mrs.
Danforth, John, 1660-1730.                                           Poems, with a memoir of her life.
    Kneeling to God at parting with friends; or, The              New York, Printed by John F. Trow. 1843
fraternal intercessory cry of faith & love: setting forth         184 p.
and recommending the primitive mode of taking                        Reel: 37, No. 615
leave.
Boston, Printed by B. Green & J. Allen. Sold by S.                Dann Amos.
Phillips, at the brickshop. 1697                                     Glimpses of light and shape, a poem read before
By ... [the] pastor of the Church of Christ in                    the Euglossian Society of Geneva College, at the
Dorchester.; 72 p.; A poem by Mrs. Anne Eliot: p.                 annual commencement of that institution, August 3,
64-65.; "A poem to the blessed memory of ... John                 1842.
Eliot...": p. 66-72.                                              Geneva, N.Y., Printed by J. Stow. 1842
    Reel: 19, No. 502                                             Published by the Society.; 22 p.; 23 cm.
                                                                     Reel: 37, No. 616
Danforth, John, 1660-1730.
   Love and unity encouraged, and contention and                  Danskin, Washington A.
division disswaded, in a poem.                                       How and why I became a spiritualist.
([Bo]ston). 1712                                                  Baltimore, Maryland. 1869
(In his Holy striving against sinful strife the                   With an appendix, giving an authentic statement of
indispensable duty of godly brethren. p. 119-128.);               that wonderful phenomenon known as the solid iron
Ms. signature: J. Danforth.                                       ring manifestation. 4 ed.; 104, [9], 8-66 p.; 18 cm.
   Reel: 68, No. 1957                                                Reel: 48, No. 861

Danforth, John, 1660-1730.                                        Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321.
   A Pindarick elegy upon the renowned Mr. Samuel                    Dante's Hell.
Willard, late Reverend teacher of the South Church in             Boston, Ticknor & Fields. 1857
Boston, and vice-President of Harvard College in                  Cantos I to X. A literal metrical translation--with
Cambridge, who decease September the 12th 1707.                   notes. By J.C. Peabody...; [9], xiv-xci p.; 18.5 cm.
[n.p.]. [n.d.]                                                       Reel: 48, No. 862
Aetatis Anno 68.; broadside.
   Reel: 19, No. 508

Danforth, Samuel.
   An elegy in memory of the worshipful Major
Thomas Leonar Esq. of Taunton in New-England.
Who departed this life on the 24th day of November,
Anno Domini 1713. In the 73d year of his age.;
broadside.
   Reel: 19, No. 507

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Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321.                                      [D'Arusmont, William E. Guthrie].
    The Divine comedy of Dante Alighieri, translated                The betrothed.
by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.                                   Philadelphia, J.A. Bancroft and co. 1867
Leipzig, B. Tauchnitz. 1867                                      A nation's vow.; [5], 4-64 p.; 18 cm.; Half-title.; In
Authorized ed.; 3 v.; 17 cm.; (Half-titles: Collection           verse.
of British authors, 901-903); Contains notes and                    Reel: 49, No. 870
illustrative matter.; Each vol. is preceded by two of
Longfellow's sonnets on translating the Divina                   A Daughter of Kentucky [pseud.].
commedia.; Imperfect: Half-title of v. 1 wanting.                   Sunlight upon the landscape and other poems.
    Reel: 49, No. 864                                            Cincinnati, Moore, Anderson, Wilstach & Keys.
                                                                 1853
Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321.                                      48 p.
    The Divine comedy of Dante Alighieri; translated                Reel: 49, No. 871
by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1867                                 Daughters of Eve, by a lady.
3 v.; 25 cm.; Contains notes and illustrative matter, in         Schenectady, Printed by G. Ritchie, Jr. 1826
double columns.; Each vol. is preceded by two of                 Published in aid of the New York Female
Longfellow's sonnets on translating the Divina                   Association, for the support and instruction of the
commedia.; Contents.--I. Inferno.--II. Purgatorio.--             indigent deaf and dumb; there being at this time
III. Paradiso.                                                   seventy applicants, who cannot be received at the
    Reel: 48, No. 863                                            institution from inadequate funds.; 91 p.; 18 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 37, No. 617
Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321.
   The first ten cantos of the Inferno of Dante                  [Davenport, Daniel].
Alighieri.                                                          The sexton's monitor and Dorchester cemetery
Boston, W.D. Ticknor [priv. print.]. 1843                        memorial.
83 p.; port.; 22.5 cm.                                           Roxbury, Mass., Thomas S. Watts. 1826
   Reel: 37, No. 616.1                                           38 p.; 19 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 37, No. 618
Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321.
    Seventeen cantos of the Inferno of Dante                     [Davenport, Rufus].
Alighieri.                                                          The right aim.
Boston, Printed by J. Wilson and son. 1865                       Boston. 1829
xl, 104 p.; 28 cm.; Translated by T.W. Parsons.                  First, aim to get first principles of right; then, trust
    Reel: 49, No. 865                                            prevailing with progressive light; while freedom, art,
                                                                 trade, debt, take first the ground, all things for
D'Arcy, Uriah Derick.                                            general good, the right aim found.; 32 p.; 25 cm.
   The black vampyre; a legend of St. Domingo.                      Reel: 37, No. 620
New York, Printed for the author. 1819
2d ed., with additions.; 72 p.; 17.5 cm.                         [Davenport, Rufus].
   Reel: 19, No. 510                                                The right aim.
                                                                 Boston, [Dow and Niles, printers]. 1828
[Darlington, Fenelon].                                           First, aim to get first principles of right; then, trust
   A token of esteem and remembrance for my                      prevailing with progressive light; while freedom, art,
young friends at school.                                         trade, debt, take first the ground, all things for
West Chester, Register & examiner steam press. 1853              general good, the right aim found.; 32 p.; 25 cm.
57 p.; 23 cm.                                                       Reel: 37, No. 619
   Reel: 49, No. 866
                                                                 David and Uriah.
Darnell, Henry Faulkner, 1831-1915.                              Philadelphia: The author. 1835
   Songs by the way: a collection of original poems              A drama, in five acts; founded on the exploits of the
for the comfort and encouragement of Christian                   man after God's own heart...; iv, 6-34 p.; 17 cm.
pilgrims.                                                           Reel: 37, No. 622
Montreal, Printed by J. Lovell. 1862
185, [1] p.; front.; 20 cm.; Half-title.                         David, Enoch, fl. 1770.
   Reel: 49, No. 867                                                Offers of Christ no Gospel preaching.
                                                                 Philadelphia, Printed for the author by Henry Mill in
Dartmouth College. Class of 1860.                                Second street. 1770
   Songs for sophomore supper.                                   To which is added, A Word of advice to a young
[n.p.]. [n.d.]                                                   Gospel minister written verse.; 20 p.; 8vo.
July 23, 1858.; unpaged O.                                          Reel: 19, No. 511
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Davids, George W.                                                  Davidson, Lucretia Maria, 1808-1825.
   The great annual parade and banquet of Eastman                     Poetical remains of the late Lucretia Maria
national business college, at Poughkeepsie, N.Y., on               Davidson, collected and arranged by her mother: with
the Hudson, Thursday, December 22d, 1864.                          a biography, by Miss Sedgwick.
[Poughkeepsie] Platt & Schram. 1865                                Philadelphia, Lea and Blanchard. 1841
Reported by George W. Davids.; [2], 5-21, [1] p.;                  xv, [33]-312 p.; 19.5 cm.
front.; 27 cm.; Half-title.; Includes two poems by                    Reel: 37, No. 624
William Ross Wallace.
   Reel: 49, No. 872                                               Davidson, Lucretia Maria, 1808-1825.
                                                                      Poetical remains of the late Lucretia Maria
Davidson, Lucretia Maria, 1808-1825.                               Davidson, collected and arranged by her mother: with
   Amir Khan, and other poems: the remains of                      a biography, by Miss Sedgwick.
Lucretia Maria Davidson, who died at Plattsburgh,                  Philadelphia, Lea and Blanchard. 1846
N.Y., August 27, 1825, aged 16 years and 11 months.                A new ed., rev.; 1 p.l., xiii-xxiii(i), 25-248 p.
New York, G. & C. & H. Carvill. 1829                                  Reel: 37, No. 626
With a biographical sketch, by Samuel F. B. Morse...;
xxix p., 1 l., 174 p.; 18.5 cm.                                    Davidson, Lucretia Maria, 1808-1825.
   Reel: 37, No. 623                                                  Poetical remains of the late Lucretia Maria
                                                                   Davidson, collected and arranged by her mother: with
Davidson, Lucretia Maria, 1808-1825.                               a biography, by Miss Sedgwick.
   Poetical remains of the late Lucretia Maria                     Philadelphia, Lea and Blanchard. 1849
Davidson, collected and arranged by Her mother:                    New ed., rev.; 2 p.l., [xiii]-xxiii, [1], 25-248 p.; 20
with a biography by Miss Sedgwick.                                 cm.
Boston, Crosby and Nichols. 1864                                      Reel: 38, No. 627
New ed., revised.; [2], 13-248 p.; 20 cm.; Half-title.
   Reel: 49, No. 876                                               Davidson, Lucretia Maria, 1808-1825.
                                                                      Poetical remains of the late Lucretia Maria
Davidson, Lucretia Maria, 1808-1825.                               Davidson, collected and arranged by her mother; with
   Poetical remains of the late Lucretia Maria                     a biography, by Miss Sedgwick.
Davidson, collected and arranged by her mother: with               Philadelphia, Lea and Blanchard. 1843
a biography by Miss Sedgwick.                                      A new ed., rev.; 1 p.l., [xiii]-xxiii, [1], 25-248 p.;
Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. 1854                               19.5 cm.
New ed., revised.; [2], 13-248 p.; 20 cm.; Half-title.                Reel: 37, No. 625
   Reel: 49, No. 874
                                                                   Davidson, Margaret (Miller), 1787-1844.
Davidson, Lucretia Maria, 1808-1825.                                  Selections from the writings of Mrs. Margaret M.
   Poetical remains of the late Lucretia Maria                     Davidson.
Davidson, collected and arranged by her mother: with               Philadelphia, Lea & Blanchard. 1843
a biography by Miss Sedgwick.                                      the mother of Lucretia Maria and Margaret M.
New York, Clark Austin & co. 1851                                  Davidson. With a preface, by Miss C. M. Sedgwick.;
A new ed., revised.; [2], 13-248 p.; 19 cm.; Half-title.           [ix]-xvi, [17]-232 p.; 20 cm.
   Reel: 49, No. 873                                                  Reel: 38, No. 633

Davidson, Lucretia Maria, 1808-1825.                               Davidson, Margaret (Miller), 1787-1844.
   Poetical remains of the late Lucretia Maria                        Selections from the writings of Mrs. Margaret M.
Davidson, collected and arranged by her mother: with               Davidson, the mother of Lucretia Maria and Margaret
a biography by Miss Sedgwick.                                      M. Davidson.
New York, Clark, Austin. 1850                                      Philadelphia, Lea & Blanchard. 1843
New ed., rev.; 2 p.l., [xii]-xxiii, [1], 25-248 p.; 19 cm.         With a preface, by Miss C. M. Sedgwick.; 1 p.l., [ix]-
   Reel: 38, No. 628                                               xvi, [15]-272 p.; 20 cm.
                                                                      Reel: 38, No. 634
Davidson, Lucretia Maria, 1808-1825.
   Poetical remains of the late Lucretia Maria                     Davidson, Margaret (Miller), 1787-1844.
Davidson, collected and arranged by her mother: with                  Selections from the writings of Mrs. Margaret M.
a biography, by Miss Sedgwick.                                     Davidson, the mother of Lucretia Maria and Margaret
Boston, Crosby, Nichols, Lee & co. 1860                            M. Davidson.
A new ed., revised.; [2], 13-248 p.; 23 cm.; Half-title.           Philadelphia, Lea & Blanchard. 1843 [i.e. 1846]
   Reel: 49, No. 875                                               With a preface, by Miss C. M. Sedgwick.; [ix]-xvi,
                                                                   [17]-232 p.; 20 cm.
                                                                      Reel: 39, No. 635




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Davidson, Margaret Miller, 1823-1838.                           Davidson, Robert, 1750-1812.
   Biography and poetical remains of the late                       Geography epitomized; or, A tour round the
Margaret Miller Davidson.                                       world.
Boston, Crosby and Nichols. 1864                                Philadelphia, Printed and sold by Joseph Crukshank,
By Washington Irving... New ed., revised.; [2], 13-             in Market street, between Second and Third streets.
248 p.; 20 cm.; Half-title.                                     1784
   Reel: 49, No. 877                                            Being a short but comprehensive description of the
                                                                terracueous globe, attempted in verse, for the sake of
Davidson, Margaret Miller, 1823-1838.                           the memory. And principally designed for the use of
   Biography and poetical remains of the late                   schools. By an American.; 60 p.; 16.5 cm.
Margaret Miller Davidson.                                           Reel: 19, No. 512
Philadelphia, Lea and Blanchard. 1841
By Washington Irving... 2d ed.; vii, [9]-359 p.; 20             Davidson, Robert, 1808-1876.
cm.                                                                Elijah, a sacred drama, and other poems.
   Reel: 38, No. 629                                            New York, C. Scribner. 1860
                                                                184 p.; 18.5 cm.
Davidson, Margaret Miller, 1823-1838.                              Reel: 50, No. 878
   Biography and poetical remains of the late
Margaret Miller Davidson.                                       [Davidson, Robert] 1750-1812.
Philadelphia, Lea and Blanchard. 1842                               Geography epitomized.
By Washington Irving... 3d ed.; viii, [9]-359 p.; 20            [Leominster, Mass.], Printed for Chapman
cm.                                                             Whitcomb. [1810?]
   Reel: 38, No. 630                                            A short but comprehensive description of the
                                                                terraqueous globe, in verse, to assit the memory.; 60
Davidson, Margaret Miller, 1823-1838.                           p.; 18 cm.
   Biography and poetical remains of the late                       Reel: 19, No. 516
Margaret Miller Davidson.
Philadelphia, Lea and Blanchard. 1847                           [Davidson, Robert] 1750-1812.
By Washington Irving... A new ed., rev. ...; 2 p.l., p.             Geography epitomized; or, A tour round the
13, xiv-xvi, 17-248 p.; 20 cm.                                  world.
   Reel: 38, No. 631                                            Philadelphia, Printed by J. Crookshank; London, Re-
                                                                printed and sold by T. Wilkins, (removed from Cow
Davidson, Margaret Miller, 1823-1838.                           lane, West Smithfield, to no. 23, Aldermanbury).
  Life and poetical remains of Margaret M.                      1786
Davidson.                                                       Being a short but comprehensive description of the
London, Tilt & Bogue. 1843                                      terraqueous glo[ attempted in verse, for the sake of
By Washington Irving.; 350 p.; plate.                           the memory. And principally designed for the use of
  Reel: 38, No. 632                                             schools. By an American.; 60 p.
                                                                    Reel: 19, No. 514
Davidson, Robert, 1750-1812.
    Geography epitomized; or A tour round the world.            [Davie, M.R.].
Stanford, Printed and sold by Daniel Lawrence, and                 Woman's witchcraft: or, the curse of coquetry.
Henry Hull, and John F. Hull. 1805                              Philadelphia, W.P. Hazard. 1854
Being a short but comprehensive description of the              A dramatic romance. By Corinne L'Estrange
terraqueous globe, attempted in verse, and principally          [pseud.]...; 73 p.
designed for the use of schools.; 72 p.                            Reel: 50, No. 879
    Reel: 19, No. 513
                                                                [Davies, John] 1774-1854.
Davidson, Robert, 1750-1812.                                       The American mariners: or, The Atlantic voyage.
    Geography epitomized; or, A tour round the                  Salisbury [Eng.] Printed and sold by Brodie and
world.                                                          Dowding: [etc., etc.]. [1822]
Morris-Town, Printed by Henry P. Russell. 1803                  A moral poem... Prefixed is A vindication of the
Being a short but comprehensive description of the              American character ... To which are added Naval
terraqueous globe, attempted in verse, for the sake of          annals: or, An impartial summary of the actions
the memory. And principally designed for the use of             fought, during the late war, at sea, and on the Lakes,
schools.; 60 p.; 17 cm.                                         between the ships of Great Britain and those of the
    Reel: 19, No. 515                                           United States of America...; xii, 384 p.; 17 cm.
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Davies, Joseph Evan.                                            [Davis, John] 1761-1847.
    ...Pregeth; yn nghyda galar-gan ar yr achlyser o               The life boat.
farwoleath y diweddar Barch.                                    (1806)
Utica, New York. 1867                                           A poem. By a member of the Humane Society.; 1 p.l.,
William Rowlands, D.D. ... bu farw Hyd. 27, 1866.               [1], 20-40 p.; (In Harris, J.M. Discourse).
yn 59 oed. Hefyd Pregeth. yn nghyda galargan, ar                   Reel: 19, No. 523
farwolaeth y Parch. John Davies, Blakely, Pa., bu
farw Ebrill 18, 1866, yn 80 oed. Gan y Parch J.E.               Davis, Martha Ann, Mrs.
Davies, Hyde Park, Pa.; 60 p.; 17 cm.; At head of                  Poems of Laura; an original American work.
title: Geweision duw yn marw!; Cover-title.                     Petersburg [Va.], [Whitworth & Yancey, printers].
    Reel: 50, No. 882                                           1818
                                                                2 p.l., [1], 106, 1 l., iv p.; 17 cm.
Davies, Samuel, 1723-1761.                                         Reel: 19, No. 526
   Elegiac verses on the lamented death of the Rev.
Mr. Samuel Blair, who made his triumphant excite [!]            Davis, Mary Evelyn (Moore), 1852-1909.
from this mortal stage July 5, 1751 with the deserved             Minding the gap, and other poems.
character of a good scholar, a masterly genius, a               Houston, Texas, Cushing & Cave. 1867
sincere Christian, and successful minister of the               By Mollie E. Moore.; 240 p.; 19 cm.
Gospel.                                                           Reel: 50, No. 884
(Philadelphia [!]). (1752)
(In Finley, Samuel. A sermon preached at Fogs-                  Davis, Mary Evelyn (Moore), 1852-1909.
Mannor on the death of the Reverend Mr. Samuel                     Poems by Mollie E. Moore.
Blair ...; p. 25-34).                                           Houston, Texas, E.H. Cushing. 1869
   Reel: 19, No. 517                                            275 p.; front. (port.); 12; In counting, page 9 is
                                                                duplicated.; Copies bound in brown, and green cloth,
Davies, Samuel, 1723-1761.                                      respectively.; Copies signed in facsimile.
   A Touch Stone for the clergy.                                   Reel: 50, No. 885
[n.p.]. Printed in the year 1771
To which is added a poem, wrote by a Clergyman in               Davis, Richard Bingham, 1771-1799.
Virginia, in a storm of wind and rain.; 16 p.; 22.4 cm.            Poems.
   Reel: 19, No. 521                                            New-York, Printed and sold by Thomas and James
                                                                Swords, no. 160 Pearl street. 1807
[Davies, Samuel] 1723-1761.                                     with a sketch of his life.; xxxi, 3, 154 p.; 18 cm.
   The following verses were composed by a pious                   Reel: 20, No. 527
clergyman in Virginia.
[n.p.]. [1750?]                                                 Davis, Thomas Treadwell, 1810-1872.
as he was returning home in a very gloomy and rainy                Address and poem delivered before the associate
night.; 4 p.; Caption title.                                    chapters of the Sigma Phi fraternity.
   Reel: 19, No. 520                                            Williamstown, Published by the Alpha of Mass. 1854
                                                                37 p.; 23 cm.
Davis, Caroline E. (Kelly), b. 1831.                               Reel: 50, No. 886
   A Christmas story.
Boston, Henry Hoyt. [c1868]                                     Davison, Phineas, 1743-1826.
158 p.; 18 cm.                                                     Evangelical poems; in two books.
   Reel: 50, No. 880                                            [Palmer, Mass.], From the press of E. Terry. [1810?]
                                                                The first book: being the husbandman's companion:
Davis, Emerson, 1798-1866.                                      showing how his business may assist him in spiritual
   Memoir of Mrs. Elizabeth Gilbert.                            meditation.; 1 p.l., 14, [1], 40, 16, [i], vi, [7]-72 p.; 13
Westfield, Mass., H.B. Smith. 1849                              cm.
115 p.; 12 cm.                                                     Reel: 20, No. 528
   Reel: 39, No. 636
                                                                Davy Crockett; or, The nimrod of the West, the only
Davis, John, 1761-1847.                                         cure for the hard times.
   The life boat.                                               New York, The author. 1837
[Boston]. [1806]                                                A poem. By a friend to the colonel. Canto I...; iv, 46
A poem.; 8 p.                                                   p.; 19 cm.
   Reel: 19, No. 522                                                Reel: 39, No. 637

Davis, John, 1761-1847.                                         Dawes, Rufus, 1803-1859.
   A tribute to the United States.                                 Athenia of Damascus.
New York, Printed by Robert M. Hurtin, at the                   New York, S. Colman. 1839
Literary Printing office, no. 29, Gold street. 1798             A tragedy.; 118 p.; front.; 18.5 cm.; (Half-title:
A poem.; 8 p.                                                   Colman's dramatic library).
   Reel: 19, No. 525                                               Reel: 39, No. 638


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Dawes, Rufus, 1803-1859.                                       [Dayton, Amos Cooper] 1813-1865.
    Geraldine, Athenia of Damascus and                            Theodosia Ernest; or, The heroine of faith.
miscellaneous poems.                                           Nashville, Tenn., Graves, Marks & co.; New York,
New York, S. Colman. 1839                                      Sheldon, Blakeman & co. [1857]
5 p.l., [15]-343 p.; front.; (port.); 18.5 cm.; (Half-         2 v.; front. (ports.) diagrs.; 19 cm.; Mss. poem by
title: Library of American Poetry).                            Virginia Jennings: To the wounded soldiers of July
    Reel: 39, No. 639                                          21st, inscribed on front lining-paper.
                                                                  Reel: 50, No. 889
Dawes, Rufus, 1803-1859.
   The valley of the Nashaway: and other poems.                Dayton, Ebenezer.
Boston, Carter & Hendee. 1830                                     A concise, poetical body of divinity, published in
96 p.; 20.5 cm.                                                three separate parts, each a pamphlet: being the
   Reel: 39, No. 640                                           shorter catechism first agreed upon by the rev'd
                                                               Assembly of diviners, sitting at Westminster; wherein
[Dawes, Thomas] 1757-1825.                                     each question is turn'd into a divine hymn, in the
  The law given at Sinai; a poem.                              form of a question and answer; and fitted to the
Boston, Printed by Thomas and John Fleet, in                   several metres, and suitable to be sung in families
Cornhill. 1777                                                 and private meetings of societies; for the instruction
By a young gentleman.; [11] p.; 27 cm.                         of persons of all ages and capacities, to whom they
  Reel: 20, No. 529                                            are dedicated, with a view of promoting Christian
                                                               knowledge, Godly devotion, and real piety.
Dawson, Aeneas MacDonell, 1810-1894.                           [Newport], Printed for the author. 1769
   Lament for the Right Reverend James Gillis,                 Part I.; 27 p.; 18 cm.
D.D., Bishop of Edinburgh.                                        Reel: 20, No. 531
London, Ottawa [Bell & Woodburn]. 1864
and other poems.; [2], 44, 13 p.; 22 cm.                       Dayton, Ebenezer.
   Reel: 50, No. 887                                              A serious poem on various subjects, written for
                                                               the perusal of children, by [a] school-master in
Dawson, Charles Carroll, b. 1833.                              Newport, Rhode Island.
   Occasional thoughts and fancies.                            [Newport?], Printed for the author. 1769
New York, S. Hamilton, printer. 1869                           2nd ed.; 16 p.; 12 cm.
84 p.; 19 cm.                                                     Reel: 20, No. 532
   Reel: 50, No. 888
                                                               De Cordova, Rafael J, 1824-1908.
A Day in Mary Carrow's school.                                     The prince's visit; a humorous description of the
Philadelphia, American Sunday-school union. [1848]             tour of His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales,
48 p.; front., illus., pl.; 14 cm.                             through the U.S.A. in 1860.
   Reel: 39, No. 644                                           New York, B. Frodsham. 1861
                                                               Illustrated by Stephens, Rosenberg and J.D. Smillie.;
Day, Guy Bigelow, 1818-1891.                                   94 p.; front.; 22.5 cm.
   A poem; and the valedictory oration, by Thomas                  Reel: 50, No. 896
Kirby Davis, pronounced before the senior class in
Yale College, July 2, 1845.                                    De Haviland, John von Sonntag, 1826-1886.
New Haven, Conn., Printed by B.L. Hamlen. 1845                   Metrical description of a fancy ball given at
Published by request of the class.; 40 p.; 23 cm.              Washington, 9th April 1858.
   Reel: 39, No. 641                                           Washington, F. Philip. 1858
                                                               Dedicated to Mrs. Senator Gwin.; 40 p.; 30.5 cm.
Day, Martha, 1813-1833.                                          Reel: 50, No. 900
    Literary remains of Martha Day; with the Rev. Dr.
Fitch's address at her funeral; and sketches of her            [De Krafft, Mary].
character.                                                        Poems, chiefly amatory, by a lady.
New Haven, Printed by H. Howe. 1834                            Washington City [D.C.] Printed for the publisher.
vi, 121 p.; 20 cm.                                             1809
    Reel: 39, No. 642                                          112 p.; 16.1 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 20, No. 543
Day, Samuel Mills, 1827-1906.
   Pencilings of light and shade.                              De Kroyft, Helen (Aldrich), Mrs., 1818-1915.
Shenectady [N.Y.] G.Y. Van Debogart. 1850                         A place in thy memory.
70 p.; 19.5 cm.                                                New York, J.F. Trow. 1865
   Reel: 39, No. 643                                           191 p.; front., port.; 19.5 cm.; Her letters to a friend.
                                                                  Reel: 51, No. 901




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                                               Author Index

De Lesdernier, Emily Pierpont.                                     Deane, Eleanor Sherburne (Reed).
   Voices of life.                                                    History of Joseph.
New York, Cornish, Lamport & co. 1853                              Boston, Massachusetts Sabbath School Society. 1852
[Published for the author.]; 2 p.l., [7]-38 p.; front.; 19         Written for the Massachusetts Sabbath school
cm.                                                                society, and approved by the committee of
   Reel: 51, No. 904                                               publication.; [3], 6-54 p.; front.; illus.; plates.; 15.5
                                                                   cm.
De Lesdernier, Emily Pierpont.                                        Reel: 50, No. 891
   Voices of life.
Paris, Printed by E. Brière. 1862                                  Deane, Elijah, 1738-1830.
[4], 104 p.; 17 cm.; Poems.; "Heloise, a drama of the                 An oration, pronounced at Stirling, July 4, 1811.
passions, in four acts," p. [63]-104.                              Boston, Watson & Bangs, printers. [1811]
   Reel: 51, No. 905                                               24 p.; 17.5 cm.
                                                                      Reel: 20, No. 534
[De Peyster, Arent Schuyler].
  Miscellanies, by an officer.                                     Deane, Samuel, 1733-1814.
Dumfries, Printed at the Durfries and Galloway                        Pitchwood Hill.
Courier Office, by C. Munro. 1813                                  Portland. 1806
Volume 1.; 277 p.                                                  A poem. Written in the year 1780.; 11 p.; 16.5 cm.
  Reel: 20, No. 552                                                   Reel: 20, No. 535

[De Peyster, John Watts] 1821-1907, ed.                            [Deane, Samuel] 1784-1834.
   In memoriam: Eheu Maria! Verses written,                           The populous village, a poem; recited before the
extracts selected and translated, & sermon.                        Philermenian society of Brown University,
Poughkeepsie, Platt & Schram. 1857                                 September, 1826.
56 p.; Prepared by J. Watts upon the death of his five             Providence, Printed by Miller & Grattan. 1826
year old daughter.                                                 Published by the society.; 18 p.; 23 cm.
   Reel: 51, No. 919                                                  Reel: 39, No. 646

De Vere, Mary Ainge.                                               Dearborn, Herman Allen.
    Love songs, and other poems.                                      Poem.
New York, Fifth Avenue publishing co. 1870                         Boston, A. Tompkins. 1856
103, [1], 8 p.; 17.5 cm.; 8 pages of publisher's notices           In Oration delivered at the first public celebration of
at end of book.                                                    the mathetican society of Tufts College. October 20,
    Reel: 52, No. 928                                              1856. By Harvey Hersey. Together with a poem by
                                                                   Heman [!] A. Dearborn...; p. [25]-31.
De Warrdenau, D.                                                      Reel: 50, No. 892
   The gift.
[Washington, D.C.]. [1866]                                         Dearborn, Nathaniel, 1786-1852.
[A tale of the Washington Soldiers' and Sailors'                      [Poetry pamphlet].
Orphans' Fair.]; [4], 4-10 p.; 23.5 cm.; Caption title.;           Boston, N. Dearborn. 1851
In verse.                                                          [12] p.; 12 cm.
   Reel: 52, No. 931                                                  Reel: 50, No. 893

[Dean, Christopher C.].                                            The Death of Conanchet, chief of the Narragansett
   The teachings of nature, or The songs of the earth.             Indians, and other poems.
Boston, Massachusetts Sabbath School Society. 1845                 Cheltenham, G.A. Williams. 1832
84 p.                                                              3 p.l., [v]-vi, [9]-40 p.
   Reel: 39, No. 645                                                  Reel: 39, No. 647

Dean, John Ward, 1815-1902.                                        Deavenport, M.
   Sketch of the life of Michael Wigglesworth,                        Humbuggiana, a poem.
author of the Day of doom.                                         Nashville [Tenn.] Printed by Cameron and Fall. 1842
Albany, J. Munsell. 1863                                           99 p.; 22 cm.
To which is appended a fragment of his                                Reel: 39, No. 648
autobiography, some of his letters, and a catalogue of
his library.; 20 p.; 25 cm.                                        Debrisay, W.A.
   Reel: 50, No. 890                                                  Friendship's offering.
                                                                   [Middletown? Conn.]. January, 1863
Deane, [Elijah, 1738-1830?].                                       128 p.
   An oration, pronounced at Tivertown, July the                      Reel: 50, No. 894
fourth, 1804.
Dedham, Printed by H. Mann. 1804
Published by desire.; 23 p.; 19.5 cm.
   Reel: 20, No. 533

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Decker, S.J.                                                     The Delectable historie of the cat and the rabbits.
   The ordinances as they are; or Six questions                  Boston, G.W. Cottrell. 1850
answered; with the Baptist articles of faith: to which           29, [1] p.; col. front. illus.; 18 cm.; Cover-title.; One
are added A poem on creation.                                    page of publisher's notices at end of book.
Cortland [New York] S.C. Clisbe & Co. 1847                          Reel: 51, No. 902
166 p.; 14 cm.
   Reel: 39, No. 649                                             Deléry, François Charles, 1815-1880.
                                                                    Le dernier chant du guerrier orateur; a la memoire
Decker, S.J.                                                     du lieutenant-colonel C.D. Dreux.
   Poem.                                                         Nouvelle-Orléans. 1861
Pulaski, Job press of the Democrat Office. 1863                  [2], 6 p.; 23 m.; Cover-title.; One page of publisher's
on Thanksgiving Day at the M.E. Church, Pulaski,                 notices at beginning of book.
New York. November 26, 1863.; 22 p.; 21 cm.                         Reel: 51, No. 903
   Reel: 50, No. 895
                                                                 Delta, pseud.
Dedham (Mass.).                                                     The two women: a ballad.
   Dedication of the Memorial hall, in Dedham,                   Milwaukee, Wisconsin news company. 1868
September 29, 1868.                                              Written expressly for the ladies of Wisconsin,; In five
Dedham, Mass., Printed by J. Cox, jr. 1869                       parts.; 23 p.; 18.5 cm.
With an appendix.; 91, [1] p.; 24 cm.                               Reel: 51, No. 906
   Reel: 50, No. 897
                                                                 D'Elville, Rinaldo.
Deems, Charles Force, 1820-1893.                                    The hermitage, or Alphonso and Agnes, in two
    Devotional melodies.                                         cantos; with The nun, and other poems.
Raleigh, N.C., T.J. Lemay. 1841                                  New York, Printed for the author. 1813
x, [11]-48 p.; 18.5 cm.                                          44 p.
    Reel: 39, No. 650                                               Reel: 20, No. 546
[Deems, Charles Force] 1820-1893.                                Deming, Clarence, 1848-1913.
   The triumph of peace; and other poems.                           Poem delivered before the Alumni Association of
New York, D. Fanshaw. 1840                                       Washington, Conn.
96 p.; 19.5 cm.                                                  New Haven, Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor. 1870
   Reel: 39, No. 651                                             16 p.; 24 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 51, No. 908
Deering, Nathaniel, 1791-1881.
   Bozzaris; a tragedy, in five acts.                            Democritus Americanus, pseud.
Portland [Me.], J.S. Bailey. 1851                                   The rhymed report of the Baltimore Democratic
66 p.; 18.5 cm.                                                  Convention.
   Reel: 50, No. 898                                             [Baltimore?]. [1852?]
                                                                 15 p.; 23 cm.
Deering, Nathaniel, 1791-1881.                                      Reel: 51, No. 909
    Carabasset; a tragedy.
Portland [Me.] Published by S. Colman. 1830                      Democritus Americanus, pseud.
in five acts.; 54 p.; 16.5 cm.                                      A tale of a tub.
    Reel: 39, No. 652                                            Philadelphia, Printed for the author. 1826
                                                                 Part second. With notes and illustrations...; 97, [2] p.
[Defoe, Daniel] 1661?-1731.                                         Reel: 39, No. 653
   Pathetic history of the plague in London, in the
year 1665 where of three thousand died in one night,             The Demos in council: or 'Bijah in Pendemonium.
and an hundred thousand taken sick.                              Boston, Printed by James Cutler, and for sale at the
Charlestown [Mass.], Printed and sold by J. White.               bookstore. April, 1799
[1795]                                                           Being a sweep of the lyre in close imitation of
15, [1] p.                                                       Milton.; 16 p.; 17.5 cm.
   Reel: 20, No. 542                                                Reel: 20, No. 547

[Defoe, Daniel] 1661?-1731.                                      Denig, John M.
    Robinson Crusoe.                                                My old note book in print.
Boston, Taggard & Thompson. c1859                                Columbus, Ohio, The author. 1861
[In verse]; [2], 16, [2] p.; col. illus.; 17 cm.; Cover-         [7], 6-204 p.; 15.5 cm.
title.; One page of publisher's notices at end of book.             Reel: 51, No. 910
    Reel: 50, No. 899




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Denis, Alexander.                                                The Dénouement; or, Apollo cured of the blue devil.
   "Tammany hall", and other miscellaneous poems.                [Washington City, Printed by William Duane].
New York, The author. 1847                                       [1807]
46 p.; 18.5 cm.                                                  Recited on the anniversary of the Union book
   Reel: 39, No. 654                                             Society, 1807.; 11 p.; 17.5 cm.; Cover title.
                                                                    Reel: 20, No. 551
Denison, Charles Wheeler, 1809-1881.
  The American village; and other poems.                         Denslow, Van Buren.
Boston, Skinner & Co. 1845                                          Manhatta; a legend of the Hudson.
143 p.; plate.                                                   New York, H. Dayton. 1856
   Reel: 40, No. 655                                             132 p.; 15.5 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 51, No. 916
[Denison, Edward].
   The lottery, a poem in two parts.                             Denton, William, 1823-1883.
Baltimore, Printed by J. Robinson, for the author.                  Poems for reformers.
1815                                                             Cleveland, Ohio, printed for the author. 1859
And an ode to war. By St. Denis Le Cadet [pseud.];               2nd. edition.; 118 p.
71, [1] p.; 20 cm.                                                  Reel: 51, No. 918
   Reel: 20, No. 549
                                                                 Denton, William, 1823-1883.
Denison, Frederic, 1819-1901.                                       Poems for reformers.
   Army hymns; written for the Third regiment R.I.               Dayton, Ohio, William & E.M.F. Denton. 1856
heavy artillery.                                                 102 p.; 16.5 cm.
Providence, A. Crawford Greene. 1863                                Reel: 51, No. 917
1 p.l., 16, [2] p.; 9 cm.
   Reel: 51, No. 912                                             Derby, George Horatio, 1823-1861.
                                                                    The Squibob papers.
Denison, Frederic, 1819-1901.                                    New York, Carleton. 1865
   Memorial discourse relative to William Dudley                 By John Phoenix.; With comic illustrations by the
Davis.                                                           author.; 247, [4] p.; incl. front. illus. plates.; 19 cm.; 4
Westerly, Rhode Island, G.B. & J.H Utter. 1867                   pages of publisher's notices at end of book.
11 p.; 19 cm.                                                       Reel: 51, No. 920
   Reel: 51, No. 913
                                                                 Derby, John B[arton], 1793?-1867.
[Denison, Frederic] 1819-1901.                                      Our country [poems].
   Army hymns; written for the first Regiment New                Boston. 1846
England cavalry, by their chaplain.                              24 p.; 15 cm.
Providence, A. Crawford Greene. 1861                                Reel: 40, No. 658
[2], 12, [2] p.; 10 cm.; Cover-title.; Text on p. 2-4 of
cover.                                                           Derby, John Barton, 1793?-1867.
   Reel: 51, No. 911                                                Musings of a recluse.
                                                                 Boston, The author. 1837
[Dennie, Joseph].                                                180 p.; 16 cm.
   The poetry of the port folio.                                    Reel: 40, No. 657
Philadelphia, Published by Harrison Hall; J.
Maxwell, printer. 1818                                           Derby, John Barton, 1793?-1867.
Collected by Oliver Old-school.; 144 p.                             The Sea.
   Reel: 20, No. 550                                             Boston, Printed for the author by Kidder and Wright.
                                                                 1840
Denning, Elizabeth, d. 1820.                                     16 p.; 14.5 cm.
    Poems of Elizabeth Denning.                                     Reel: 40, No. 659
New York [A. Paul, printer]. 1821
iv, [5]-123 p.; 21 cm.                                           Derby, John Barton, 1793?-1867.
    Reel: 40, No. 656                                               The village.
                                                                 Boston, Jones & Nelson, printers. 1841
Denny, Francis Parkman, d. 1871.                                 18 p.
   [Crisis]; poem delivered before the Pickwick club,               Reel: 40, No. 660
Dorchester, at the anniversary meeting.
Boston, Printed for private circulation. 1863                    Dermot, Walter H.
8 p.; 23.5 cm.; in case 24.5 cm.                                    The autumn wreath: a poem.
   Reel: 51, No. 914                                             Ottawa, Hunter, Rose & co. 1869
                                                                 14 p.
                                                                    Reel: 51, No. 921



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Deron, W.A.                                                     Devereux, John Forester.
   War lyrics.                                                     Our roll of honor.
New York, Sinclair Tousey. 1864                                 [n.p.]. [c1870]
56 p.                                                           [5], 6-63 p.; 19.5 cm.
   Reel: 51, No. 922                                               Reel: 52, No. 929

[Des Brisay, William A.].                                       Devereux, Rachel, Mrs.
   Ethelena; or, Self-sacrifice; a poem by the author               Poetical pieces written on several occasions of
of "Friendship's offering".                                     unfortunate and unhappy facts.
[W.A. Des Brisay] Published. January 1, 1871                    New-York, Printed by [Lazarus] Beach, no. 358,
[c1870]                                                         Pearl street, [for the authoress]. [1803]
141 p.                                                          On the drowning of Mr. John Beers, and Mr. Mulford
   Reel: 51, No. 923                                            Sweezy of Brookhaven, Long-Island ... To which is
                                                                added An essay on masonry, and An address to
Des Brisay, William A.                                          Spring by Rachel Devereux. Also, The portrait of
    The true vine; hymns of home and heaven.                    masonry. Composed by Brother Devereux.; 29, [1]
[n.p.]. [1867]                                                  p.; 23 cm.
vii, [9]-152, [2] p.; 23.5 cm.                                      Reel: 20, No. 556
    Reel: 51, No. 924
                                                                The Devil and his maker: a scathing criticism on the
Description of the shipwreck of the ship Albion.                deity and devil of the Bible, in rhymed verse.
[n.p.]. [1822?]                                                 [n.p.]. [18--?]
8 p.; 21 cm.                                                    Being a critical and philosophical review of their
   Reel: 40, No. 661                                            characters, their acts, and their dealings together,
                                                                founded on Bible and theological evidence, showing
...Deseret deserted; or, The last days of Brigham               the Christian plan of salvation, and most of the Bible
Young.                                                          and orthodox conceptions of deity to be in conflict
New York, S. French. [c1858]                                    with the principles of science, and widely at variance
Being a strictly business transaction, in four acts and         with nature, reason and common sense, by Berkeley
several deeds, involving both prophet and loss. By              [pseud.]; 21 p.; 23 cm.
the [Moon] club. As performed at Wallack's                         Reel: 20, No. 557
theatre...; 28 p.; 19 cm.; (French's standard drama.
The acting ed. No. ccviii); Drawing of a moon                   The Devil and the grog-seller: a ditty for the times.
appears on title-page before the world club.                    Allegheny [Pa.] Burleigh & Fleeson. 1842
    Reel: 51, No. 925                                           By a Washingtonian [pseud.]; 15 p.; 15 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 40, No. 662
Desno, Charles, ed.
   Letters of Phillis Wheatley.                                 The Devil turned doctor, a poem.
Boston, privately printed. 1864                                 New York, Printed by Robert Nesbit. 1831
19 p.; Half-title.                                              12 p.; 20 cm.
   Reel: 51, No. 926                                               Reel: 40, No. 663

Develling, Adeline H., Mrs.                                     The Devil's new walk; a satire.
   Gathered buds and blossoms; together with life               Boston, William D. Ticknor. 1848
sketches and poems.                                             12 p.
Philadelphia, James Challen & son. 1860                            Reel: 40, No. 664
[4], v-vi, 9-264, [2], 2-4 p.; 3 pages of publisher's
notices at end of book.                                         Devlin, Anna.
   Reel: 52, No. 927                                               Weeds and wild flowers.
                                                                New York, J.F. Tron. 1859
[Devens, Richard, 1749-179-?].                                  A collection of tales, essays, sketches &c.; 196 p.; 19
   A paraphrase on some parts of the Book of Job.               cm.
Boston, Printed by Samuel Hall, no. 53, Cornhill.                  Reel: 52, No. 930
1795
39 p.                                                           [Devonshire, Charles] 1783-1851.
   Reel: 20, No. 555                                               The tri dead, a tale; with other pieces in verse.
                                                                Salem [Ind.] Printed for the author. 1832
[Devens, Richard] 1749-1835.                                    By a Mechanic [pseud.]...; 31 p.; 21 cm.
   A comment on some passages in the Book of Job.                  Reel: 40, No. 665
Boston, Printed by Isaiah Thomas, at his printing
office near the mill bridge. 1773
15 p.; 19.5 cm.
   Reel: 20, No. 554



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[Devter, Samuel].                                             Dickinson, Andrew, 1801-1883.
   The progress of science.                                       The city of the dead: and other poems.
[n.p.]. 1780                                                  New York, Saxton and Miles. 1845
A poem delivered at Harvard College before a                  vi, [7]-108 p.; front.; 16 cm.
committee of overseers, April 21, 1780. By a Junior               Reel: 40, No. 666
Sophister.; 10 p.
   Reel: 20, No. 558                                          [Dickinson, John] 1732-1808.
                                                                  The Liberty song.
[Dewitt, Susan (Linn)] 1778-1824.                             (Boston). 1796
   The pleasures of religion; a poem.                         In freedom we're born.; (In Bickerstaff's Boston
New-York, Published by Wiley and Halsted; C.S.                almanack. For ... 1769.; 17 cm, p. [34]).
Van Winkle, printer. 1820                                         Reel: 20, No. 563
72 p.; 14.5 cm.
   Reel: 20, No. 559                                          Dickson, Henry S.
                                                                 [Verses].
Dewolf, Abby.                                                 24 p.; 19 cm.
   Poems for children.                                           Reel: 40, No. 667
Providence, Sa Yles, Miller & Simons. 1855
[3], 4-33 p.; 19 cm.                                          Dickson, Stephen, b. 1761?.
   Reel: 52, No. 932                                              The union of taste and science, a poem: to which
                                                              are subjoined a few elucidating notes by Stephen
Dewolf, Winthrop.                                             Dickson Esqr.
   Poems.                                                     Quebec, Printed by John Neilson, no. 3, Mountain
[n.p.]. [n.d.]                                                street. 1799
[39] p.; 20 ff.; 8; No title page.                            1 p.l., 17, [4] p.; 32 cm.
   Reel: 52, No. 933                                              Reel: 20, No. 564

Dexter, Charles.                                              Dies irae.
   Versions and verses.                                       Cambridge, Privately printed. 1863
Cambridge, Sever and Francis. 1865                            [1st ed.]; 15 p.; 18.5 cm.; Generally ascribed to
[5], vi-vii, [4], 4-156 p.; 18 cm.                            Thomas of Celano.; John Adams Dix's translation
   Reel: 52, No. 934                                          and text on opposite pages: printed at the Riverside
                                                              press, by B.O. Houghton.
Dexter, Samuel, 1761-1816.                                       Reel: 52, No. 937
    The progress of science, a poem, spoken at the
University, April the 21, 1780.                               Dies irae [translated by Adolphe Periès].
(New York). (1790.)                                           [Philadelphia]. [1861.]
(In Livingston, William. Poems: philosophic solitude;         [7] p.
or, The choice of the rural life. 13 ed.).                       Reel: 52, No. 938
    Reel: 20, No. 560
                                                              Dies irae. Dies irae in thirteen original versions.
A Dialogue between a southern delegate, and his               New York, D. Appleton and co. 1859
spouse, on his return from the grand Continental              By Abraham Coles, M.D. [1st ed.]; xxxiv, [2], 65, [5]
congress.                                                     p.; Translated by Abraham Coles.
[New York]. Printed [by James Rivington?] in the                  Reel: 52, No. 936
year 1774
A fragment, inscribed to the married ladies of                Dillwyn, George, 1738-1820.
America, by their most sincere, and affectionate                  Occasional reflections offered principally for the
friend, and servant, Mary V.V. [pseud.]; 14 p.; 26.5          use of schools.
cm.                                                           Burlington, N.J., Printed for the author, by David
    Reel: 20, No. 561                                         Allinson. 1815
                                                              4, [4]-206 p.; 18.5 cm.
A Dialogue on peace, an entertainment given by the                Reel: 21, No. 565
senior class at the anniversary commencement, held
at Nassau-Hall September 28th, 1763.                          Dimmock, Charles H.
Philadelphia, Printed by William Bradford. 1763                  The modern: a fragment.
27 p.; 19.5 cm.                                               Richmond, J.W. Davies & Sons. 1866
   Reel: 20, No. 562                                          24 p.; 21.5 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 52, No. 939
Dick, Alexander.
   Splores of a Hallowe'en, twenty years ago.                 Dimond, Elizabeth.
Woodstock, C.W. Warwick. 1867                                    A Christmas offering.
22 p.                                                         Providence, Printed by Knowles and Voss. 1847
   Reel: 52, No. 935                                          18 p.; 24 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 40, No. 668

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                                                 Author Index

Dinmore, Richard.                                                   Dix, Morgan, Rev., 1827-1908.
   Select and fugitive poetry.                                         Historical recollections of St. Paul's Chapel, New
Washington City, Printed at the Franklin Press. 1802                York.
A compilation: With notes biographical and                          New York, F.J. Huntington and company. 1867
historical.; 288 p.                                                 [5], 6-64 p.; front. facsim; 24.5 cm.; Half-title.
   Reel: 21, No. 566                                                   Reel: 52, No. 945
Dinnies, Anna Peyre (Shackelford), Mrs., 1805-                      Dix, Stephen Augustus.
1886, ed.                                                              Merry Christmas; a song for the children of
   The floral year, embellished with bouquets of                    Warren-street chapel.
flowers, drawn and colored from nature.                             [Boston]. [1856]
Boston, B.B. Mussey. 1847                                           In Winnie O'Moore or, How some people kept
Each flower illustrated with a poem.; 4 p.l., [vii]-xi,             "Merrie Christmas" and what came of it.; p. 21-24.
[13]-256 p.; col. plates.; 20.5 cm.                                    Reel: 52, No. 946
   Reel: 40, No. 669
                                                                    Dix, Stephen Augustus.
Dinsmoor, Robert, 1757-1836.                                            A poem spoken before the Boston Merchantile
    Incidental poems.                                               library association, January 3, 1848.
Haverhill [Mass.] A.W. Thayer, printer. 1828                        Boston, Printed for the assoc. by Dutton and
Accompanied with letters, and a few select pieces,                  Wentworth. 1848
mostly original, for their illustration, together with a            17 p.
preface, and a sketch of the author's life.; xxiv, 264                  Reel: 40, No. 671
p.; 18.5 cm.
    Reel: 40, No. 670                                               Dix, William Giles, d. 1898.
                                                                       The deck of the Crescent city.
Discipline of earth and time for freedom and                        Boston and Cambridge, J. Munroe and co. 1852
immortality.                                                        A poem.; Part first.; 46 p.; 18 cm.
Boston. 1854                                                           Reel: 52, No. 947
Four books of an unpublished poem.; 147 p.; 17.5
cm.; Copyrighted by John Smith.; Books II to V.                     Dix, William Giles, d. 1898.
   Reel: 52, No. 940                                                   The deck of the Crescent City; a picture of
                                                                    American life.
The Discontented little squirrels, and other stories; in            New York, G.P. Putnam & co. 1853
rhyme.                                                              [6], 120 p.; 18.5 cm.
New York, P.J. Cozans. [c1858?]                                        Reel: 52, No. 948
64, [2] p.; front., illus.; 15 cm.; One page of
publisher's notices at end of book.                                 Dix, William Giles, d. 1898.
   Reel: 52, No. 941                                                   Pompeii, and other poems.
                                                                    Boston, W.D. Ticknor & co. 1848
Dix, John Ross, 1800?-1865?.                                        vi p., 1 p.l., 160 p.; 19 cm.
    Teaching and teachers; a poem read before the                      Reel: 40, No. 672
Barnstable county teacher's convention.
[Boston, S. Coolidge]. 1855                                         [Dixon, Benjamin Homer] b. 1819-.
Dec. 29, 1854.; In The Massachusetts teacher.; Vol.                    [Golden moments].
III, no. 3, March, 1855. p. 66-76.                                  [B.H.D. Toronto, Chewett & co.,printers]. [1863.]
    Reel: 52, No. 944                                               1865
                                                                    [2], 3-114, [2] p.; Issued without title page.; Poems,
[Dix, John Ross] 1800?-1865?.                                       with author's mss. revisions.; Clippings tipped in
   A hand-book of Newport and Rhode Island.                         book.
Newport, Rhode Island, C.E. Hammett, jr. 1852                          Reel: 52, No. 949
By the author of "Pen and ink sketches", "Life of
Chatterton"... etc., etc.; 170, [12] p.; front., illus.; 17         Dixon, Jacob, fl. 1815-1833.
cm.; 10 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.                   The poetical works of Jacob Dixon; containing
   Reel: 52, No. 942                                                Divination overruled, and the true God exalted: an
                                                                    epic poem in four parts: Also miscellaneous pieces,
[Dix, John Ross] 1800?-1865?.                                       moral and religious.
    Passages from the history of a wasted life.                     Columbus, Ohio: Glover, Maynard & Espy, printers.
Boston, B.B. Mussey and co. 1853                                    1833
By a middle-aged man. Edited by the author of "Pen-                 Pub. by the author.; 205 p.; 11 cm.
and-ink sketches" ... &c., &c. Illustrated by                          Reel: 40, No. 673
Billings...; [4], 248 p.; front., plates.; 18.5 cm.; Half-
title.
    Reel: 52, No. 943



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                                             Author Index

Dixon, Joseph.                                                 Dodd, Mary Ann Hanmer, b. 1813.
   The African widow; an interesting narrative.                   Poems.
Dedham, Printed by H. & W.H. Mann. 1817                        Hartford, Case, Tiffany and Burnham. 1844
12 p.; illus.; 16 cm.                                          3 p.l., [xi]-xii, [13]-184 p.; 19 cm.
   Reel: 21, No. 568                                              Reel: 41, No. 679

Doane, George Washington, bp., 1799-1859.                      [Dodge, H.M., Mrs.].
   The goodly heritage of Jerseymen: the first annual             Heselrigge; or, the death of Lady Wallace; with
address before the New Jersey historical society; at           other poems.
their meeting, in Trenton, on Thursday, January 15,            Utica, Hastings and Tracy. 1827
1846.                                                          By Amica Religionis [pseud.]; 158 p.
Burlington [N.J.] E. Morris. 1848                                 Reel: 41, No. 680
2d ed. ...; 32 p.
   Reel: 40, No. 674                                           [Dodge, Henry Nehemiah] 1843-1937.
                                                                  Christus victor.
Doane, George Washington, bp., 1799-1859.                      Boston, W.V. Spencer. 1865
   The sacred sympathy of sorrow.                              28 p.; 17 cm.; A poem.
Boston, Charles Stimpson. 1852                                    Reel: 53, No. 951
The discourse comemorative of the Rev. William
Croswell, D.D.... preached in the church of the                [Dodge, Henry Nehemiah] 1843-1937.
Advent, Boston ... on Sunday, December 7, 1851...;                Max Overmann.
[3], 4-31 p.; Half-title.                                      Boston, W.V. Spencer. 1866
   Reel: 52, No. 950                                           60 p.
                                                                  Reel: 53, No. 952
Doane, George Washington, bp., 1799-1859.
    Songs by the way, chiefly devotional; with                 [Dodge, Henry Nehemiah] 1843-1937.
translations and imitations.                                      Max Overmann.
New York, E. Bliss and White. 1824                             Boston, W.V. Spencer. 1867
x, [11]-154 p.; 18 cm.                                         64 p.; 17.5 cm.
    Reel: 40, No. 675                                             Reel: 53, No. 953
Doane, George Washington, bp., 1799-1859.                      [Dodge, Henry Nehemiah] 1843-1937.
   Sons of the Greeks.                                            Three crowns, by the author of Christus Victor.
(New York, W.E. Dean). 1824                                    Boston, W.V. Spencer. 1866
(In The Grecian wreath of victory...; pp. 117-119).            (3), 134 p.; 12.
   Reel: 40, No. 675.1                                            Reel: 53, No. 954

[Doane, George Washington, bp.] 1799-1859.                     Dodge, Mary (Mapes), 1831-1905.
   The way of the church with children: four                       The Irvington stories.
sermons, at the season of confirmation, in St. Mary's          New York, J. O'Kane. 1865
Church, Burlington, in the weeks before Lent,                  Illustrated by F.O.C. Darley.; [11], 8-256 p.
Mdcccxlviii; by the Rector, and Bishop of the                      Reel: 53, No. 956
diocese.
Burlington, [N.J.] E. Morris, at the Missionary Press.         [Dodge, Mary Barker (Carter)].
1848                                                              Belfry voices.
28 p.; 18 cm.                                                  Brooklyn, New York, E.J. de Selding. 1869
   Reel: 41, No. 676                                           An offering to the grand bazaar of St. Ann's on the
                                                               Heights.; 38 l.; illus.; 17.5 cm.
Doane, Heman, 1808-1891.                                          Reel: 53, No. 955
   A sketch of the life and singular sickness of
Heman Doane.                                                   Dodge, Nehemiah, 1770?-1843.
Boston. 1826                                                      A description of gospel ministers and their
To which is added, a selection from his writings               internal call.
consisting of hymns and devotional exercises and               Norwich, Printed for the author by Russell Hubbard.
solemn addressed to all classes of men.; 72 p.; port.;         1808
19 cm.                                                         Together with the duty of churches towards such
   Reel: 41, No. 677                                           ministers.; 22 p.; 12 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 21, No. 569
Dodd, Mary Ann Hanmer, b. 1813.
   Frederick Lee; or, The Christmas present.
Boston, Able Tompkins. 1847
162 p.; 16 cm.
   Reel: 41, No. 678



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                                                Author Index

Dodge, Paul.                                                      Donnelly, Elizabeth Otis (Marshall), 1838-1896.
   A poem, delivered at the commencement of                          Destruction of the city of Columbia.
Rhode Island college, September 6, A.D. 1797.                     Charleston, South Carolina, Joseph Walker. 1866
Providence, Published by request, Printed by Carter               A poem by a lady of Georgia...; 24 p.; 18.5 cm.
and Wilkinson, and sold at their bookstore, opposite                 Reel: 54, No. 961
the market. 1797
8 p.                                                              Donnelly, Ignatius, 1831-1901.
   Reel: 21, No. 570                                                 The mourner's vision.
                                                                  Philadelphia. 1850
Dodge's literary museum.                                          A poem.; 80 p.; 20 cm.
Boston, Putnam.                                                      Reel: 41, No. 682
v. 1-9; June 3, 1848-1854.; 9 v.; illus.; 37 cm.;
weekly.; Editor: O. E. Dodge.; Title varies: 1848-                Donnerhagel, Jupiter Tonans, pseud.
June 5, 1852, Boston museum (Putnam); July 5-                        "Cupid abroad", arrested: or, A random bolt at
December 4, 1852, Literary museum.                                Hercules Samson Fressmarkle.
    Reel: 53-54, No. 957                                          Gettysburg [Pa.]. 1846
                                                                  20 p.; 23.5 cm.
...The Dogs' grand dinner party.                                     Reel: 41, No. 683
New York, McLoughlin brothers. c1869
[8] p.; col. illus.; 23 cm.; (Dame Dingle's series);              Donnerhagel, Jupiter Tonans, pseud.
Cover-title.; Printed on one side of leaf only, the                  'Cupid abroad,' arrested: or, A random bolt at
printed pages facing each other.                                  Hercules Samson Fressmarkle.
    Reel: 54, No. 958                                             Gettysburg. 1853
                                                                  2d ed.; 20 p.; 23.5 cm.; Inscribed to students of
Dolbeare, Benjamin, b. 1789.                                      Marshall college.
   The poetical works of Doct.                                       Reel: 54, No. 962
Richmond [Va.], Printed for the author, by John
Warrock. 1817                                                     Donoho, Thomas Seaton.
Benjamin Dolbeare, consisting of his Art of                          Ivywall.
courtship, and other pieces, amatory and sent mental.;            Washington, D.C., T. McGill. 1860
36 p.; 18 cm.                                                     348 p.; 29.5 cm.
   Reel: 21, No. 571                                                 Reel: 54, No. 963

Dole, George Thurlow.                                             Donoho, Thomas Seaton.
   A poem by George Thurlow Dole, and the                             Moena and other poems.
valedictory oration, by William Pitt Lynde.                       Washington, W.M. Morrison. 1847
New Haven, Printed by B.L. Hamlen. 1838                           iv, [5]-144 p.; 18 cm.
Pronounced before the senior class of Yale College,                   Reel: 41, No. 684
July 4, 1838. Published by request of the class.; 34,
[1] p.; 21.5 cm.                                                  [Doolafy, M.].
   Reel: 41, No. 681                                                 Bohémienne.
                                                                  New York, M. Doolady. 1867
Domestic industry; a poem, [in a dialogue between a               [7], 6-67 p.
farmer and a manufacturer, An appeal to the fair sex                 Reel: 54, No. 964
of Columbia, and An address to the members of
Congress].                                                        Doolittle, J.C., Mrs., d. 1858.
[Philadelphia?]. [1819?]                                            The poems of the late James C. Doolittle.
[1], 4-28 p.; 17 cm.; Caption title.                              Toledo, Ohio, Daily commercial steam print. 1858
   Reel: 21, No. 572                                              Complied by Mrs. J.C. Doolittle.; 68 p.
                                                                    Reel: 54, No. 965
Donaldson, Samuel J., jr., 1835-1872.
    Lyrics and other poems.                                       The Doomed race; or, The craft before the flood;
Philadelphia, Lindsay & Blakiston. 1860                           leaves from an unpublished poem.
vii, [9]-208 p.; 19 cm.; Half-title.                              Cincinnati, Homan & Abraham. 1867
    Reel: 54, No. 959                                             By a priest of the order.; [3], 6-112 p.; 19 cm.
                                                                     Reel: 54, No. 966
Donkersley, Richard.
   Budget of facts for young readers.                             Dorchester (Mass.).
New York, Phillips & Hunt. [1867]                                    Dedication of the soldiers' monument at
[3], 6-221 p.; incl. front. (port.) illus.; 15 cm.; Prose         Dorchester, September 17, 1867.
and poetry.                                                       Boston, T. Groom & co. 1868
   Reel: 54, No. 960                                              [7], 6-35, [4] p.; mounted photo.; 24 cm.; Includes an
                                                                  Ode by William Taylor Adams (Oliver Optic,
                                                                  pseud.).
                                                                     Reel: 54, No. 967

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                                             Author Index

Dorgan, John Aylmer, 1836-1867?.                          Double acrostics, anon.
   Studies.                                               [n.p.]. 1836
Philadelphia, C.H. Marot. 1864                            14 p.; 18 cm.
Sec. edition.; viii, 223 p.                                  Reel: 41, No. [?]
   Reel: 54, No. 969
                                                          Doughty, Sarah P.
Dorgan, John Aylmer, 1836-1867?.                             Stories and rhymes for boys and girls.
   Studies.                                               Boston, H.H & T.W. Carter. 1869
Philadelphia, C.H. Marot. 1866                            [2], 5-168 p.; front.; 18 cm.
3d ed.; viii, 223 p.; 19 cm.; Poems.                         Reel: 55, No. 977
   Reel: 55, No. 970
                                                          Dourbridge, Daniel, pseud.
Dorgan, John Aylmer, 1836-1867?.                             Men and things; or, Reflections in rhyme: a
   Studies.                                               posthumous poem.
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by Yeakel &         Boston, Quartz & co. 1834
brothers. 1862                                            Ed. by John H. Quartz.; 39 p.; 24 cm.
[Poems]; viii, [2], 223 p.; 19 cm.                           Reel: 41, No. 686
   Reel: 54, No. 968
                                                          [Dow, Hendricus, 1761-1814].
Dorr, Julia Caroline (Ripley), 1825-1913.                     A poem.
   Farmingdale, by Caroline Thomas [pseud.].              Newfield, [now Bridgeport, Conn., Printed by Black
New York, D. Appleton & co. 1854                          and Jones. 1795
[3], 6-392 p.; 19 cm.                                     In two letters. Argument. A candidate for the
   Reel: 55, No. 971                                      ministry of the gospel is highly censured by a
                                                          physician ...; 11 p.
Dorsey, Anna Hanson (McKenney), 1815-1896.                    Reel: 21, No. 574
   Flowers of love and memory.
Baltimore, J. Murphy; Philadelphia, J. Fullerton;         Dow, Hendrik, 1761-1814.
[etc., etc.]. 1849                                           A warning to little children, from the dying words
5 p.l., [13]-137 p.; 19 cm.                               of Jane Sumner of Ashford; who died February 19th,
   Reel: 41, No. 685                                      1783 written nearly verbatim, to which is added an
                                                          acrostick.
Doten, Elizabeth, b. 1829.                                New London, James Springer. 1796
   The inner mystery, an inspirational poem, by           16 p.; 16 cm.
Lizzie Doten.                                                Reel: 21, No. 576
Boston, Adams and company. 1868
[5], 8-34 p.; 19.5 cm.                                    Dow, Jesse Erskine, 1809-1850.
   Reel: 55, No. 972                                         Autumn: a prize poem.
                                                          Washington, W. Adam. 1848
Doten, Elizabeth, b. 1829.                                46 p.; 17.5 cm.
  Poems from the inner life.                                 Reel: 41, No. 687
Boston, W. White and Co. 1864 [c1863]
By Lizzie Doten.; xxviii, 171 p.; 20 cm.                  Dow, Lorenzo, 1777-1834.
  Reel: 55, No. 973                                          Chain of reason and reflections.
                                                          [n.p.]. [n.d.]
Doten, Elizabeth, b. 1829.                                33 ed.; [464]-704 p.; front.; 19 cm.
  Poems from the inner life.                                 Reel: 41, No. 687.1
Boston, W. White and Co. 1868 [c1863]
By Lizzie Doten. 6th ed.; xxviii, 171 p.; 20 cm.          Dow, Lorenzo, 1777-1834.
  Reel: 55, No. 974                                           The dealings of God, man and the devil, as
                                                          exemplified in the life, experience, and travels of
Doty, George Dexter, 1844-1863.                           Lorenzo Dow, in a period of more than a half
   Corn-husk; a peom for times.                           century; with reflections on various subjects,
New York, J.G. Gregory. 1863                              religious, moral, political and prophetic.
[9], 8-191 p.; 20 cm.                                     Norwich, Printed and sold by W. Faulkner. 1833
   Reel: 55, No. 975                                      4th ed., rev., cor. and improved.; vii, [8]-704 p.; 19
                                                          cm.
Doty, George Dexter, 1844-1863.                               Reel: 41, No. 688
   Corn-husks: a poem for the times.
New York, J.G. Gregory. 1864
191 p.
   Reel: 55, No. 976




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Dow, Lorenzo, 1777-1834.                                         Drake, Jacob.
   History of cosmopolite: The writings of Lorenzo                  Truth victorious, or the combat between
Dow: containing his experience and travels.                      Chritianity [!] and Mahometanism.
Cincinnati, Applegate. 1855                                      Columbus, Ohio, Printed at the office of the Ohio
8th ed., revised and corrected.; 720 p.; 2 ports.; 23            Monitor, by Smith & Griswold. 1816
cm.                                                              A poem for the religious tract societies, in the United
   Reel: 55, No. 978                                             States.; 1 p.l., 10 p.; 19 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 21, No. 581
Dow, Lorenzo, 1777-1834.
    Omnifarious law exemplified.                                 Drake, Joseph Rodman, 1795-1820.
New-London, Printed by Samuel Green. 1829                            The American flag.
How to curse and swear, lie, cheat and kill; according           New York, J.G. Gregory.
to law!; 71 p.; 18 cm.                                           Illustrated from original drawings by F.O.C.
    Reel: 41, No. 689                                            Darley...; [15] p.; (music) illus. 16 cm.; Cover-title.;
                                                                 One page of publisher's notices at end of book.
Dow, Lorenzo, 1777-1834.                                             Reel: 56, No. 982
   The opinion of Dow; or, Lorenzo's thoughts on
different religious subjects in an address to the people         Drake, Joseph Rodman, 1795-1820.
of New England.                                                     The croakers, by Joseph Rodman Drake and Fitz
Windham [Conn.], Printed by J. Byrne. 1804                       Greene Halleck.
164 p.; 15 cm.                                                   New York. 1860
   Reel: 21, No. 578                                             First complete edition.; viii, 191 p.; 26 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 56, No. 983
Dow, Lorenzo, 1777-1834.
    Paraphrase on Genesis xlix, 10.                              Drake, Joseph Rodman, 1795-1820.
[n.p.]. [1820?]                                                     The culpirt fay.
[a sermon]; 23 p.; Caption title.                                New York, Carleton. 1864
    Reel: 21, No. 579                                            [7], 16-62, 8 p.; incl. front.; 18 cm.; 8 pages of
                                                                 publisher's notices at end of book.
Dow, Lorenzo, 1777-1834.                                            Reel: 56, No. 985
     Poetry.
New York. 1807                                                   Drake, Joseph Rodman, 1795-1820.
(In The life and providential experience in the travels             ... The culprit fay.
of Lorenzo Dow, from November 1805 to June 1807                  [n.p.]. [n.d.]
...; 24 v. 3, p. 169-175.).                                      (In The mirror library [no. 8] 27 cm.; p. 1-5.).
     Reel: 21, No. 577                                              Reel: 21, No. 582

Dow, Ulysses.                                                    Drake, Joseph Rodman, 1795-1820.
   Spiritual communications from [him] given by a                   The culprit fay.
writing medium.                                                  New York, Carleton. 1865
n.p. 1858                                                        [9], 14-62 p.; 12.
56 p.                                                               Reel: 56, No. 986
   Reel: 55, No. 979
                                                                 Drake, Joseph Rodman, 1795-1820.
[Downing, Frances (Murdaugh)] 1835-1894.                            The culprit fay.
   Pluto: being the sad story and lamentable fate of             New York, Carleton. 1867
the fair Minthe.                                                 A poem,; With one hundred illustrations, by Arthur
Raleigh [N.C.], Nichols, Gorman & Neathery. 1867                 Lumley.; [5], 10-118 p.; incl. front., illus.; 19.5 cm.;
35 p.; 21 cm.; Preface signed: Frank Dashmore                    Title vignette.
[pseud.]; Cover-title: Pluto: the origin of mint.                   Reel: 56, No. 987
   Reel: 56, No. 980
                                                                 Drake, Joseph Rodman, 1795-1820.
Downing, Maragret T.                                                The culprit fay.
   Pencilings and sketches of the poets.                         New York, Carleton. 1869
New York, Rye Homestead, Westchester Co. 1867                    [7], 14-62, [3]-8 p.; 6 pages of publisher's notices at
A record of memory and love.; [5], iv-379 p.; 19 cm.             end of book.
   Reel: 56, No. 981                                                Reel: 56, No. 988

                                                                 Drake, Joseph Rodman, 1795-1820.
                                                                    The culprit Fay.
                                                                 New York, Carleton. 1870
                                                                 A poem; With one hundred illustrations, by Arthur
                                                                 Lumley.; [7], 16-118 p.; incl. front., illus.; 17.5 x
                                                                 14.5 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 56, No. 989

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Drake, Joseph Rodman, 1795-1820.                                 [Drinker, Anne] b. 1827.
   The culprit fay.                                                 Poems by Edith May [pseud.].
New York, Rudd & Carleton. 1859                                  Philadelphia, E.H. Butler. 1852
[9], 14-62, [4], 5 p.; incl. front.; 18.5 cm.; First             Elegantly illustrated by Cheney, Devereux, Furness,
separate edition.; 5 pages of publisher's notices at end         Greatbach, etc.; [2], v-xiv, 37-218, [10] p.; front.,
of book.                                                         plates.; 21 cm.; Preface by N.P. Willis.; 10 pages of
   Reel: 56, No. 984                                             publisher's notices at end of book.
                                                                    Reel: 56, No. 992
Drake, Joseph Rodman, 1795-1820.
  The culprit fay.                                               [Drinker, Anne] b. 1827.
[West Chester, Pa., American Republican and                         Poems by Edith May [pseud.].
Chester county democrat]. 1837                                   Philadelphia, E.H. Butler. 1855
An offering by the post-boy to the patrons of the                Elegantly illustrated by Cheney, Devereux, Furness,
Republican & Democrat, January 1, 1837.; 16 p.; 20               Greatbach, etc. 2d ed.; [2], 5-xiv, 37-218 p.; front.
cm.                                                              (port.) plates 8.
  Reel: 41, No. 692                                                 Reel: 56, No. 993

Drake, Joseph Rodman, 1795-1820.                                 [Drinker, Anne] b. 1827.
   The culprit fay, and other poems.                                Poems by Edith May [pseud.].
New York, G. Dearborn. 1835                                      Philadelphia, E.H. Butler & co. 1856
[1 ed.]; 5 p.l., 84 p.; port.; 24.5 cm.                          A new edition, with many additions.; [2], 5-x, [37]-
   Reel: 41, No. 691                                             324 p.; front. (port.) 18.5 cm.; Preface by N.P. Willis.
                                                                    Reel: 56, No. 994
Drake, Joseph Rodman, 1795-1820.
   The culprit fay, and other poems.                             Drinkwater, Anne T.
New-York, G. Dearborn. 1836                                         Memoir of Mrs. Deborah H. Porter, wife of Rev.
5 p.l., [9]-92 p.; front. (port.); 24.5 cm.                      C. G. Porter, of Bangor.
   Reel: 42, No. 693                                             Portland, Mo., Sanborn & Carter. 1848
                                                                 269 p.; 19 cm.
Drake, Joseph Rodman, 1795-1820.                                    Reel: 42, No. 695
   The culprit fay, and other poems.
New-York, Van Norden and King. 1847                              Drinkwater, Mark.
5 p.l., [9]-92 p.; front. (port.); 24 cm.                            The united worlds, a poem, in fifty seven books.
   Reel: 42, No. 693.1                                           Hamilton, N.Y., Printed for the proprietor [Smith
                                                                 press]. 1834
[Drake, Joseph Rodman] 1795-1820.                                iv, [5]-250 p.; 18 cm.
   Poems by Croaker, Croaker & Co., and Croaker,                     Reel: 42, No. 696
Jun. as published in the Evening Post.
New York, Published for the Reader. 1819                         Drown, D.A.
36 p.                                                               Fragrant flowers and other poems.
   Reel: 21, No. 583                                             Boston, Walker, Wise, and company; Portsmouth,
                                                                 [N.H.], J.F. Shores, jr. and J.H. Foster. 1860
A Dream described in a poem.                                     [5], viii-236 p.; 18.5 cm.
[Quebec]. [1823]                                                    Reel: 56, No. 995
16 p.
   Reel: 42, No. 694                                             The Drowned boy: and other stories.
                                                                 Philadelphia, Lippincott, Grambo & co. 1852
A Dream in Christ Church.                                        For the entertainment and instruction of the young.;
Boston. 1869                                                     [4], 7-128 p.; illus.; 15 cm.; Imperfect: p. [1]-[2]
[Poem]; 8 p.; "Sold for the benefit of Christ Church.".          wanting.
   Reel: 56, No. 990                                                Reel: 56, No. 996

[Drinker, Anne] b. 1827.                                         [Drummond, William] 1585-1649.
   Katy's story, and other poems and tales by Edith                 Poems by W.D.
May [pseud.].                                                    [London]. [1616.]
Philadelphia, W.P. Hazard. 1855                                  [2d ed.]; 55 unnumbered l. 26 x 20 cm.; Mss. poems
With illustrations on steel.; [6], 9-128 p.; 2 front.            by John James, ca.1657-1729, a graduate of Harvard,
plates.; 21 cm.                                                  have been written on the printed pages.
   Reel: 56, No. 991                                                Reel: 21, No. 584




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                                            Author Index

The Drunkard's catechism.                                     Duffield, Samuel A. Willoughby.
Lawrence [Mass.?] Pub. for the Lawrence                           The heavenly land, from the De contemptu mundi
Temperance Society, Harding & co., printers. 1848             of Bernard de Morlaix.
The public house, and the railway. Also, The                  New York, A.D.F. Randolph. 1867
drunkard's looking glass.; 8 p.; 22 cm.                       Rendered into corresponding English verse.; xv, 19
   Reel: 42, No. 696.1                                        p.; 19 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 57, No. 1001
The Dublin University Magazine.
   Poe and poetry.                                            Duffield, Samuel A. Willoughby.
July 1853                                                        Warp and woof, a book of verse.
[A review of "The poetical works of Edgar Allan               New York, A.D.F. Randolph & co. 1870
Poe, with a notice of his life and genius", by James          188 p.; 18.5 cm.
Hanney, 1853]; p. 88-104.; (In the Dublin university             Reel: 57, No. 1002
magazine,; v. 42, no. 247).
   Reel: 56, No. 997                                          Duganne, Augustine Joseph Hickey, 1823-1884.
                                                                 Ballads of the war.
[Duché, Jacob] 1737-1798.                                     New York, John Robins. c1862-
   Observations on a variety of subjects, literary,           no. 1-.; v.; illus.; 27 cm.
moral and religious; in a series of original letters,            Reel: 57, No. 1003
written by a gentleman of foreign extraction, who
resided some time in Philadelphia.                            Duganne, Augustine Joseph Hickey, 1823-1884.
Philadelphia, Printed by John Dunlap. 1774                        Duganne's poetical works.
Revised by a friend, to whose hands the manuscript            [Philadelphia?]. 1865
was committed for publication.; x, 2-241, [1] p.; 117         Autograph edition, seventy-five copies.; [9], iv-407
cm.                                                           p.; front. (port.); 26 cm.
   Reel: 21, No. 585                                              Reel: 57, No. 1007

Duckworth, Eleanor.                                           Duganne, Augustine Joseph Hickey, 1823-1884.
   Poems and sketches.                                           The gospel of labor; a poem, delivered before the
Cincinnati, Wentworth & co. 1857                              Mechanic Apprentices Library Association, on the
and Milly Wentworth ... July. Published quarterly.;           occasion of their twenty-ninth anniversary, February
[7], 10-104 p.; front. (port.); 19 cm.                        22, 1849.
   Reel: 56, No. 998                                          Boston, The Association. 1849
                                                              16 p.; 19 cm.
Dudley, Dean, 1823-1906.                                         Reel: 42, No. 697
   Pictures of life in England and America; prose and
poetry.                                                       Duganne, Augustine Joseph Hickey, 1823-1884.
Boston, J. French. 1851                                          Massachusetts, and other poems.
252 p.; front.; 20 cm.                                        Boston, W.D. Ticknor & Co. 1843
   Reel: 56, No. 999                                          64 p.
                                                                 Reel: 42, No. 699
[Duer, William Alexander] 1780-1858.
   The pilgrims of hope: an oratorio for the                  Duganne, Augustine Joseph Hickey, 1823-1884.
Clintonian celebration of the new year.                          The mission of intellect, a poem delivered at
Albany, Re-printed by Packard & Van Benthuysen.               Metropolitan hall, New York, December 20, 1852.
1820                                                          New York, Larkin, Stearns & co. 1853
Re-published from "The American" of January 1,                33, [7] p.; 17.5 cm.; 7 pages of publisher's notices at
1820. With additional notes and an appendix,                  end of book.
containing "The coalition," a political tract,                   Reel: 57, No. 1004
occasioned by the nomination of DeWitt Clinton as a
candidate for the office of president of the United           Duganne, Augustine Joseph Hickey, 1823-1884.
States, in the year 1812.; 45, 10 p.; 19.5 cm.                   Poetical works of Augustine Duganne.
   Reel: 21, No. 587                                          Philadelphia, Parry & McMillan. 1855
                                                              407 p.; front. (port.) 24 cm.
Duffield, Divie Bethune, 1821-1891.                              Reel: 57, No. 1006
   Bench and bar, a post-prandial rhyme recited at
the bar supper in Detroit.                                    Duganne, Augustine Joseph Hickey, 1823-1884.
Detroit, Printed by Palmer, Luce & Fleming. 1857                 Utterances.
January 25, 1857.; 26 p.                                      New York, R.M. DeWitt. 1865
   Reel: 57, No. 1000                                         36 p.; 25 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 57, No. 1008




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[Duganne, Augustine Joseph Hickey] 1823-1884.                  [Dunlap, Jane] fl. 1771.
   The knights of the seal; or, The mysteries of the               Poems, upon several sermons, preached by the
three cities; a romance of men's hearts and habits.            Rev'd, and renowned, George Whitefield, while in
Philadelphia, Colon and Adriance. 1845                         Boston.
2p.l., 5-204 p.; 21.5 cm.                                      Boston, Printed and sold next to the writing school in
   Reel: 42, No. 698                                           Queen street. 1771
                                                               A new-years gift, from a daughter of liberty and lover
[Duganne, Augustine Joseph Hickey] 1823-1884.                  of truth.; 1 p.l., 22 p.; illus.; 18.5 cm.
   Parnassus in pillory.                                           Reel: 22, No. 590
New York, Adriance, Sherman & co. 1851
A satire. By Motley Manners, esquire [pseud.]...; [2],         Dunlap, William, 1766-1839.
96 p.; 19 cm.                                                     The life of George Fred.
   Reel: 57, No. 1005                                          London, Printed for Henry Colburn, Public Library,
                                                               Conduit street, Hanover square: and sold by Bell and
Dugué, Charles Oscar, b. 1821.                                 Bradfute, Edinburgh; and John Cumming, Dublin.
   Essais poétiques.                                           1815
Nouvelle-Orléans, Imp. de A. Fortier. 1847                     Cooke (late of the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden)
2 p.l., xx, [2] p., 1 p.l., 248 p.; 19.5 cm.                   composed principally from journals and other
   Reel: 42, No. 700                                           authentic documents left by Mr. Cooke, and the
                                                               personal knowledge of the author, comprising
Duke, William, 1757-1840.                                      original anecdotes of his theatrical contemporaries,
    Hymn and poems on various occasions.                       his opinions on various dramatic writings, &c. 2d ed.,
Baltimore, Printed by Samuel and John Adams, in                rev. and improved.; 2 v. in 1.; front. (port.); 22 cm.
Market street. 1790                                               Reel: 22, No. 592
By a member of the Protestant Episcopal church.; 90
p.; 18 mo.                                                     Dunlap, William, 1766-1839.
    Reel: 21, No. 588                                             The life of the most noble Arthur, Marquis and
                                                               Earl of Wellington.
Dumser, Johann Simon, 1817-1857.                               New York, Printed and published by Van Winkle and
   Hinterlassen gedichte.                                      Wiley, corner of Wall and New streets. 1814
New York, H. Ludwig. 1858                                      The first part by Francis L. Clarke. The second part,
118 p.; 19 cm.                                                 from the attack on the castle of Burgos to the taking
   Reel: 57, No. 1009                                          of Bordeaux.; 423 p.
                                                                  Reel: 22, No. 591
Duncan, Blanton.
   Lady Icicle; an idyl.                                       Dunn, Samuel.
[n.p.]. [186-?]                                                   The misery of domestic feuds, and the happiness
8 p.                                                           of domestic tranquility, illustrated by the similitude
   Reel: 57, No. 1010                                          of "Remarks and observations of a traveller.".
                                                               [New Salem? Mass.]. [182-?]
Duncan, J.                                                     Written at the request of a young lady.; [8] p.
   The mourner's friend; or, Recognition of friends in            Reel: 42, No. 703
Heaven.
Lowell [Mass.] Published by N.L. Dayton. 1850                  Dunn, Samuel, b. 1746.
72 p.; incl. front.; 16 cm.                                       The misery of domestic feuds, and the happiness
   Reel: 42, No. 701                                           of domestic tranquility, illustrated by the similitude
                                                               of "Remarks and observations of a traveller.".
Duncan, W.B.                                                   [n.p.]. [ca1820]
   The snow-drop, a birthday story for Jessie Percy            (Written at the request of a young lady.) ...; [8] p.;
Butler Duncan, February 9th, 1865.                             13.8 cm.; Caption title.
New York. 1865                                                    Reel: 22, No. 593
32 p.; front.; 18 cm.
   Reel: 57, No. 1011                                          Dunshee, Henry Webb.
                                                                  The Knickerbocker's address to the Stuyvesant
Dunigan's history of Robinson Crusoe.                          pear tree: respectfully dedicated to the
[n.p.]. [184-?]                                                Knickerbockers of Manhattan Island.
8 p.                                                           [New York, Pettiner & Gray, printers]. [1857?]
   Reel: 42, No. 702                                           10 p.; 23 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 57, No. 1012




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Dupuis, Thomas Skelton.                                          Dutcher, J.W.
    Miscellaneous poetry; (many of the pieces written                Narrative of the mysterious can, illustrative of the
at an early age.).                                               Washingtonian reform.
London, Printed by C. Buckton, no. 9, Great Pulteney             Printed at the Amenia times office. 1854
street, Golden square. 1789                                      To which is appended the temperance platform.; 104
To which is added, a sacred oratorio, called Elijah.;            p.; 15 cm.
viii p., 1 l., [1], 87 p.; 28 cm.                                    Reel: 57, No. 1013
    Reel: 22, No. 595
                                                                 Dutton, Timothy.
Durfee, Job, 1790-1847.                                             A Christmas hymn: Composed and written.
   The complete works of the Hon. Job Durfee, L                  Brattleborough, Printed by William Fessenden for the
L.D., late Chief Justice of Rhode Island; with a                 author. 1811
memoir of the author.                                            December 25, 1810.; 22 cm.
Providence, Gladding and Proud. 1849                                Reel: 22, No. 597
Edited by his son [Thomas Durfee]; xxvi, 523 p.; 24
cm.                                                              Dutton, Warren, 1774-1857.
   Reel: 42, No. 704                                                The present state of literature; a poem, delivered
                                                                 in New-Haven, at the public commencement of Yale-
Durfee, Job, 1790-1847.                                          college, September 10, 1800.
   The vision of Petrarch, a poem.                               Hartford [Conn.], Printed by Hudson and Goodwin.
Providence, Printed by Miller, Goddard & Mann.                   1800
1814                                                             16 p.; 22.5 cm.
Delivered before the United Brothers' Society of                    Reel: 22, No. 599
Brown University, on their anniversary, September 6,
1814.; 17 p.; 21 cm.                                             Dwight, Harrison Gray Otis, 1803-1862.
   Reel: 22, No. 596                                                 Memoir of Mrs. Elizabeth B. Dwight, including an
                                                                 account of the plague of 1837; with a sketch of the
Durfee, Job, 1790-1847.                                          life of Mrs. Judith S. Grant.
   "What cheer"; or, Roger Williams in banishment,               New York, M.W. Dodd. 1840
a poem with a recommendatory preface by John                     323 p.; 20 cm.
Eustace Giles, Leeds.                                                Reel: 43, No. 709
Providence, R.I., printed, Leeds, reprinted. 1840
196 p.                                                           Dwight, John William, b. 1817.
   Reel: 43, No. 706                                                Poems [manuscript].
                                                                 [n.p.]. 1842-1863
Durfee, Job, 1790-1847.                                          written from 1842-1863.; 224 p.; 28 cm.
   What cheer; or Roger Williams in banishment.                     Reel: 43, No. 713
Providence, R.I., Cranston & Hammond. 1832
A poem.; 200 p.; 20.5 cm.                                        [Dwight, John William] b. 1817.
   Reel: 42, No. 705                                                [Miscellaneous manuscript poems, and notes, by
                                                                 John William Dwight, and other members of his
Durivage, Francis Alexander.                                     family].
   Angela; or, Love and guilt.                                   [n.p.]. [184-?]
n.p. n.d                                                         unpaged.
A tale of Boston and its environs.; 32 p.; 28 cm.                   Reel: 43, No. 710
   Reel: 43, No. 706.1
                                                                 [Dwight, John William] b. 1817.
Durivage, Francis Alexander, 1814-1881.                             [Poems (manuscript written from 1837- to 1844].
   Ode.                                                          [n.p.]. 1837-1844
(Boston). 1850                                                   32 p.; 20 cm.
(In Everett, Edward--An oration delivered at                        Reel: 43, No. 712
Charlestown on the seventy-fifth anniversary of the
battle of Bunker Hill, June 17, 1850.; p. 57. 24 cm.).           [Dwight, John William] b. 1817.
   Reel: 43, No. 707                                                [Poems (manuscript)] written at various times
                                                                 from 1837 to 1844.
Durivage, Francis Alexander, 1814-1881.                          [n.p.]. 1837-1844
   Stray subjects, arrested and bound over.                      [140] p.; 24 cm.
Philadelphia, Carey and Hart. 1848                                  Reel: 43, No. 711
Being the fugitive offspring of the "old'un" and
"young'un," that have been "lying round loose," and              Dwight, Timothy, 1752-1817.
are now "tied up" for fast keeping. Illustrated by                   The conquest of Canaan; a poem, in eleven books.
Darley.; 3 p.l., [v]-viii p., 1 l., [19]-199 p.; front.,         Hartford, New-England, London, reprinted for J.
plates. 19 x 12 cm.                                              Johnson, no. 72, St. Paul's church yard. 1785; 1788
   Reel: 43, No. 708                                             vii, [1], 363 p.; 18.5 cm.
                                                                     Reel: 23, No. 602

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Dwight, Timothy, 1752-1817.                                     [Dyer, Ebenezer Porter] 1813-1882.
   The conquest of Canäan; a poem, in eleven books.                The young maiden's mirror.
Hartford, Printed by Elisha Babcock. 1785                       Boston, C. Stone and co. 1856
2 p.l., [6], 2-304 p.; 17 cm.                                   By the author of "The child's keepsake" ... 2d ed.,
   Reel: 22, No. 601                                            enlarged, with music.; 268, [4] p.; front.
                                                                   Reel: 57, No. 1018-1019
Dwight, Timothy, 1752-1817.
    Greenfield Hill; a poem, in seven parts.                    Dyer, Sidney, 1814-1898.
New York, Printed by Childs and Swaine. 1794                       An olio of love and song, delivered before the
I. The prospect. II. The flourishing village. III. The          Athenian society, of Indiana university, July 31,
burning of Fairfield. IV. The destruction of the                1855.
Pequods. V. The clergyman's advice to the villages.             [Indianapolis, Ind.] Indianapolis journal co. 1855
VI. The farmer's advice to the villagers. VII. The              29, [1] p.; 17 cm.; Half-title.
vision, or prospect of the future happiness of                     Reel: 58, No. 1021
America.; 183, [1] p.; 23 cm.
    Reel: 23, No. 603                                           Dyer, Sidney, 1814-1898.
                                                                   Songs and ballads.
[Dwight, Timothy] 1752-1817.                                    New York, Sheldon, Blakeman, and co.;
   America; or, A poem on the settlement of the                 Indianapolis, Stearns and Spicer. 1857
British colonies.                                               xv, [1], 298 p.; front. (port.); 18 cm.
New Haven, Printed by Thomas and Samuel Green.                     Reel: 58, No. 1022
[1780?]
Addressed to the friends of freedom, and their                  Dyer, Sidney, 1814-1898.
country, by a gentleman educated at Yale-College.;                 Voices of nature, and thoughts in rhyme.
12 p.; 20 cm.                                                   Louisville [K.Y] J.V. Cowling & G.C. Davies. 1849
   Reel: 22, No. 600                                            156 p.; 18.5 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 43, No. 715
[Dwight, Timothy] 1752-1817.
   The triumph of infidelty.                                    The Dying pastor: an elegiac narrative of the
[n.p.] Printed in the World. 1788                               departure of the Rev. Artemas Boies.
A poem.; 24 p.; 21 cm.                                          [n.p.]. 1844
   Reel: 23, No. 604                                            12 p.; 20 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 43, No. 716
Dyer, Ebenezer Porter, 1813-1882.
   Bunyan's Pilgrim's progress in verse.                        Dyson, Julia A. (Parker), 1818-1852.
Boston, Lee and Shepard. 1869                                       Life and thought; or, Cherished memorials of the
290 p.                                                          late Julia A. Parker Dyson.
   Reel: 57, No. 1016                                           Boston, Whittemore, Niles, and Hall. 1856
                                                                Edited by Miss E. Latimer.; xiii, [3], 314 p.; front.
Dyer, Ebenezer Porter, 1813-1882.                               (port.); 20 cm.
   The child's keepsake: a book of original poems for               Reel: 58, No. 1023
the young.
Boston, C. Stone. [c1852]                                       Eames, W.H.
4th edition enlarged.; 128 p.; illus.                              Phonetics; a poem.
   Reel: 57, No. 1017                                           Ruttland, Tuttle's Book and job office. 1851
                                                                giving a brief account of the rise, history and
[Dyer, Ebenezer Porter] 1813-1882.                              progress of the language reform, to which is added a
   The child's keepsake; a poetical bouquet, for little         plea for "Phonotopy for Africa", by Rev. G.
children.                                                       Thompson, returned missionary from A[frica]; 16,
New Haven, S. Babcock. 1850                                     [2] p.; 18 cm.; One page of publisher's notices at end
8 p.; illus.; 9.5 cm.                                           of book.
   Reel: 43, No. 714                                               Reel: 58, No. 1024

[Dyer, Ebenezer Porter] 1813-1882.                              Earle, Jabez, 1676?-1768.
   The young maiden's mirror.                                      Sacramental exercises, or The Christian's
Boston, C. Stone. 1858                                          employment before at, and after the Lord's supper.
By the author of "The child's keepsake" ... 4th ed.,            Middletown [Conn.] Printed by Seth Richards. 1815
enlarged, with music.; 274, [12] p.                             6th ed. To which is added divine hymns for
   Reel: 58, No. 1020                                           sacramental occasions.; 86 p.
                                                                   Reel: 23, No. 607




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Earle, Pliny, 1809-1892.                                       [Eastman, Mary (Henderson)] b. 1818.
   [Lessons from the past].                                       Jenny Wade of Gettysburg.
(Providence, R.I., Knowles, Anthony & co.). 1861               Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1864
(In Moses Brown school, Providence, Rhode Island.              33 p.; 19 cm.
Alumni Association. Proceedings ... 3rd.; p. [1]-16).             Reel: 58, No. 1028
   Reel: 122, No. 2182
                                                               Easy lessons for the little ones at home.
Earle, Pliny, 1809-1892.                                       New York, American Tract Society. [n.d.]
   Marathon, and other poems.                                  96 p.; col. illus.; 16 cm.
Philadelphia, H. Perkins. 1841                                    Reel: 43, No. 719.1
vi p., 1 l., [9]-120 p.; 19 cm.
   Reel: 43, No. 717                                           Eaton, B.A.
                                                                  The minstrel, and other poems.
Earle, Pliny, 1809-1892.                                       Boston, Russell, Odiorne, and co. 1833
   Poem delivered before the Alumni association of             54 p.; 16 cm.
the New England yearly meeting school, at their third             Reel: 43, No. 719.2
annual meeting, at Newport, 1861.
Providence, Knowles, Anthony & co. printers. 1861              Eaton, Bennett, Rev.
16 p.; 24 cm.; Half-title.                                        An essay on death; its author and causes.
   Reel: 58, No. 1025                                          Middlebury, Register book and job printing
                                                               establishment. 1866
An Earnest call from a school-master to his scholars,          16 p.; 14.5 cm.; Half-title.
to remember their creator in the days of their youth.             Reel: 58, No. 1029
[Boston]. [1763]
8 p.                                                           Eaton, Charles W.
    Reel: 23, No. 608                                             An address, delivered before the Mechanic
                                                               apprentices' library association, in the Masonic
East Hartford (Conn.). Congregational Sabbath                  Temple, Boston, on the occasion of its thirty second
School.                                                        anniversary, February 22, 1852, by Charles W.
   Semi-centennial anniversary of the                          Eaton, president of the association. [and the
Congregational Sabbath school, in East Hartford,               Anniversary poem ...].
Conn. September 1, 1869.                                       Boston, Published by the Association. 1852
Hartford, Case, Lockwood & Brainard. 1869                      [by Oscar Mellish]; 36 p.; 24 cm.
50 p.                                                             Reel: 58, No. 1030
   Reel: 58, No. 1026
                                                               Eaton, Cyrus, 1784-1875.
Eastburn, James Wallis, 1797-1819.                                Woman; an address delivered to the Ladies'
   Yamoyden, a tale of the wars of King Philip: in             Sewing Circle, Warren, Maine, at their anniversary
six cantos, by.                                                meeting, February 9, 1854.
New York, Published by James Eastburn, Clayton &               Hallowell [Me.] Masters, Smith & co., printers. 1854
Kingsland, printers. 1820                                      Printed by request.; 14 p.; A poem.
and his friend.; xii, 339, [1] p.; front.; 19 cm.                 Reel: 58, No. 1031
   Reel: 23, No. 611
                                                               Eaton, Lilley.
Eastman, Charles Gamage, 1816-1860.                               Poem delivered at the firemen's fair in the town
    Poems.                                                     hall, South Reading, January 13, 1853.
Montpelier [Vt.] Eastman & Danforth. 1848                      Boston, Moore & Crosby. 1853
vii, 208 p.; 17 cm.                                            13 p.; Half-title.
    Reel: 43, No. 718                                             Reel: 58, No. 1032

Eastman, Elaine (Goodale), b. 1863.                            Eaton, Nathaniel W.
    Apple blossoms; verses of two children [by]                   Alberto and Matilda: or, The unfortunate lovers, a
Elaine Goodale [and] Dora Read Goodale.                        drama, in two acts.
New York, G.P. Putnam's sons. 1878                             Boston, Printed for the author. February, 1809
x, [3], 12-253, [2] p.; 2 port. (incl. front); 16 cm.;         17, [1] p.; 14.5 cm.
Preface by the author's mother, signed: D.H.R.G.                  Reel: 23, No. 612
    Reel: 58, No. 1027
                                                               Eaton, Theophilus.
Eastman, Hubbard, d. 1891.                                         Review of New York, or Rambles through the
   An elegy.                                                   city.
Bellows Falls, Vt., John W. Moore, printer. 1842               New York, Printed and Published by John Low, no.
24 p.; 13 cm.                                                  17, Chatham street. 1814
   Reel: 43, No. 719                                           Original poems. Moral, religious, sarcastic, and
                                                               descriptive. 2d ed.; 144 p.; 15.5 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 23, No. 614

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Eaton, Theophilus.                                                     Edmond, Amanda M. (Corey), Mrs., 1824-1862.
    Review of New York, or Rambles through the                           The vase of flowers: a gift for the young.
city.                                                                  Boston, Massachusetts Sabbath School Soc. 1847
New-York, Printed for the author, by John Low, no.                     Written for the Massachusetts Sabbath School
17, Chatham street. 1813                                               Society, and approved by the Committee of
Original poems moral, religious, sarcastic and                         Publication.; 180 p.; front.; 16 cm.
descriptive.; 144 p.; 15 cm.                                             Reel: 44, No. 723
    Reel: 23, No. 613
                                                                       Edmund's lyre: being his posthumous poems.
The Echo, with other poems.                                            City of Washington, Printed for the editor, by E.
[n.p.]. 1807                                                           Dekrafft. 1826
2 p.l., xv, [1], 2-331, [11] p.; illus.; (front.); Half title.         With a biographical note of his life, by his earliest
   Reel: 23, No. 615                                                   companion and friend, W. A. R. ...; 350 p.
                                                                          Reel: 44, No. 724
Eckley, Joseph, 1750-1811.
   A discourse, delivered before the members of the                    Edwards, Amelia Ann Blanford, 1831-1892.
Boston female asylum, September 24, 1802, being                           Ballads.
their second anniversary.                                              Carleton, New York [R. Craighead, printer]. [n.d.]
Boston, Printed at the Ornamented printing office                      127 p.; illus.
under the Columbian museum. [1802]                                        Reel: 58, No. 1036
Preached and published by desire.; 22 [i.e. 23] p.; 23
cm.                                                                    [Edwards, Bryan] 1743-1800.
   Reel: 23, No. 616                                                      Poems written chiefly in the West Indies.
                                                                       Kingston, Jamaica, Printed for the author, by
An Eclogue occasioned by the death of the Reverend                     Alexander Aikman, Printer to the King's Most
Alexander Cumming, A.M.                                                Excellent Majesty. 1792
Boston, Printed by D. & J. Kneeland, for J. Edwards.                   3 p.l., 67 p.; 8.
1763                                                                      Reel: 23, No. 620
On the 25th of August A.D. 1763.; 8 p.
   Reel: 23, No. 617                                                   Edwards, Charles, 1797-1868.
                                                                          Feather's from my own wings.
Edgar A. Poe.                                                          New York, W. Stodart. 1832
March, 1857                                                            4 p.l., 200 p.; illus.; 17 cm.
In: United States magazine.; p. 262-276. illus., port.;                   Reel: 44, No. 725
24 cm.; Contains: A descent into the maelstrom.
    Reel: 58, No. 1034                                                 Edwards, John, 1806-1887.
                                                                          Llais o'r llwyn: sef barddoniaeth ar amryfal
Edgar A. Poe.                                                          destynau, &c., gan John Edwards.
Lowell, Mass., J.C. Ayer & co. 1855                                    Utica, Argraffwyd gan E.E. Roberts, dros yr awdwr.
In Ayer's American almanac.; p. [22]; 20 cm.; A                        1854
parody on Poe's "The Raven.".                                          (Eos Glan Twrch.); 108 p.; front. (port.); 19 cm.
   Reel: 58, No. 1033                                                     Reel: 58, No. 1037

Edmond, Amanda M. (Corey), 1824-1862.                                  [Edwards, Matilda Caroline (Smiley)].
   The forget me not.                                                      Poems.
Philadelphia, American baptist publication society.                    Richmond, Printed by Colin, Baptist and Nowlen.
[1852]                                                                 1851
A gift for Sabbath school children.; [3], 6-108 p.                     xii, 311 p.; 19 cm.; "Publisher's preface", containing
   Reel: 58, No. 1035                                                  a biographical sketch of the author, signed: George
                                                                       W. Nolley.; For authorship see letter from G.M.
Edmond, Amanda M. (Corey), Mrs., 1824-1862.                            Nolley in file: Painter's Poets of Virginia, p. 130: and
    The broken vow, and other poems.                                   Mrs. M.T. Hardy's Female writers of the South, p.
Boston, Gould, Kenda & Lincoln. 1845                                   414.
xii, [13]-324 p.; front. (port.) plates.; 20 cm.                           Reel: 58, No. 1038
    Reel: 44, No. 721
                                                                       [Edwards, Matilda Caroline (Smiley)].
Edmond, Amanda M. (Corey), Mrs., 1824-1862.                                Poems.
   Early days; pieces in prose and verse for the                       Richmond, Va., A. Morris. 1858
young.                                                                 xii, [13]-287 p.; 18.5 cm.
Boston, Massachusetts Sabbath School Society. 1848                         Reel: 58, No. 1039
180 p.; front., illus.; 16 cm.
   Reel: 44, No. 722




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                                              Author Index

Effusions of female fancy.                                        Elegiac poem, on the death of Dr. Benjamin Rush,
New-York, Printed for the author, and sold by all the             professor of the institutes and practice of medicine
booksellors and printers in York, Baltimore and                   and of clinical practice in the University of
Philadelphia. 1784                                                Pennsylvania.
By a young lady, native of America: consisting of                 Philadelphia, Published by Anthony Finley, southeast
elegys, and other original essays in Poetry.; 59, [4] p.;         corner of Chesnut and Fourth streets. William Fry,
21 cm.                                                            printer. 1813
   Reel: 24, No. 622                                              Who fell a victim to the prevailing typhus fever, on
                                                                  the 19th of April, 1813.; 32 p.; 22.5 cm.
Egle, William Henry, 1830-1901.                                      Reel: 24, No. 627
   Forest flowers.
Harrisburg [Pa.]. 1849                                            An Elegiack poem on the death of the coon, together
88 p.; 12 cm.                                                     with the causes of his death.
   Reel: 44, No. 726                                              [n.p.]. [n.d.]
                                                                  12 p.; 19 cm.
Ehninger, John Whetton, 1827-1889.                                   Reel: 44, No. 728.1
   Illustrations of Longfellow's Courtship of Miles
Standish.                                                         Elegies and other little poems.
New York, Rudd & Carleton. 1859                                   Baltimore. August 7, 1800
Photographed from the original drawings by Brady.;                By a student in a college in this state.; [6] p.
unpaged illus.; 25 x 31 cm.                                          Reel: 24, No. 630
   Reel: 58, No. 1040
                                                                  Elegy from a "Stranger's journal." and respectfully
Ejected addresses, containing episcopunch, cleric                 inscribed to the students of Yale college.
cocktail, the great beknighted, etc.                              [n.p.]. [1831]
[n.p.] Printed by John Types. 1845                                16 p.
... from notes of a printer's devil ...; 21 p.                       Reel: 44, No. 729
     Reel: 44, No. 727
                                                                  An Elegy occasioned by the death of the late
Elder, Cyrus, 1833-1912.                                          Reverend Daniel M'Clelin, pastor of the Church of
   My gift.                                                       Christ in Colerain.
New York, N. Tibbals & co. 1867                                   [n.p.] Published at the request of friends of the
[5], viii-104 p.; 18.5 cm.                                        deceased. [n.d.]
   Reel: 58, No. 1041                                             By a neighbour.; broadside.
                                                                     Reel: 24, No. 635
Elder, Irene S.
   Katy Keen.                                                     Elegy on the death of Colonel Dan Shaw, late of
[New York, American Tract Society]. [183-?]                       Bradford, (Vt.) who departed this life November 14,
[A poem.]; 16 p.; 15 cm.                                          1814.
   Reel: 44, No. 728                                              Hanover, Printed by Charles Spear. October 1815
                                                                  Also on the death of his sister, Mrs. Patience
Elegia, de originali peccato.                                     Southworth, late consort of Nathaniel Southworth,
1795                                                              Esq. of Lime, (N.H.) who departed this life July 8,
Kaeniae--(Neo Hantoniae) Typis Cornelii Sturtevant,               1814. By a friend.; 8 p.
junioris & comitum.; 14 p.; 16.6 cm.; Half-title:                    Reel: 24, No. 638
Elegia, de originali peccato; ab editione Angelica,
translata a G.B. & J.G.S.                                         An Elegy on war.
   Reel: 24, No. 624                                              Newburyport [Mass.], Published by W. & J. Gilman,
                                                                  sold at their wholesale and retail bookstore, no. 2
An Elegiac poem on the death of General George                    Middle street. 1813
Washington, Commander in chief of the armies of the               8 p.; 28.3 cm.
United States.                                                       Reel: 24, No. 648
[n.p.]. [180-?]
Dedicated to the patrons of The True American. At                 Elegy to the infamous memory of Sr. F.--- B.---.
the commencement of the year 1800.; broadside.                    [Boston?], Printed in the year. 1769
   Reel: 24, No. 628                                              14 p.
                                                                     Reel: 24, No. 650

                                                                  An Elegy to the memory of Miss Sarah Hart,
                                                                  daughter of Rev. William Hart, of Saybrook, who
                                                                  departed this life, June 24, 1788, in the 35th year of
                                                                  her age.
                                                                  Hartford, Printed by Hudson & Goodwin. 1790
                                                                  7 p.
                                                                     Reel: 24, No. 651

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An Elegy upon the death of several worthy pious              Eliza, the child that grew in grace.
persons.                                                     Hartford, H.S. Parsons. 1843
[1780?]                                                      Written by a lady: and published as an offering to the
broadside.                                                   children of the parish of St. John's Hartford, by
   Reel: 24, No. 654                                         request of the rector.; 53 p.; 15 cm.
                                                                Reel: 44, No. 730
Elegy, in rememberance of James Lawrence, esquire:
(late commander of the United States frigate                 Elkins, Hervey.
Chesapeake.).                                                   Fifteen years in the senior order of Shakers: a
[n.p.]. [n.d.]                                               narration of facts, concerning that singular people.
broadside.                                                   Hanover, [N.H.], Dartmouth press. 1853
    Reel: 24, No. 632                                        136 p.; 23 cm.; "Lines by Charlotte Cushman,
                                                             suggested by a visit to the Shaker settlement, near
An Elegy, on the death of Mrs. Ann Belding, late             Albany, N.Y.": p. [5]-6: "Answer to lines by
wife of the Reverend Mr. Joshua Belding, of                  Charlotte Cushman [by a Shaker girl]: p. [7]-8.
Newington, who died October 29, 1773.                           Reel: 59, No. 1046
Hartford, Printed by Eben. Watson. 1774
Humbly inscribed to him by a youth of his parish.; 8         Ellen Stanley, and other stories.
p.                                                           Boston, Crosby, Nichols, and co. 1854
   Reel: 24, No. 641                                         iv, [5]-180 p.; front.; illus.; 16 cm.; Prose and verse.
                                                                 Reel: 59, No. 1047
An Elegy, on the much lamented death of his
excellency Sir Henry Moore, Baronet, Captain                 Ellen, pseud.
General, and Governor in chief in and over the                  The minstrel lyre, a collection of metricals.
province of New-York, and the territories depending          Philadelphia, Atkinson & Alexander. 1827
thereon in America, Chancellor and Vice-Admiral of           162 p.; 14.5 cm.
the same; who departed this life in Fort George, on             Reel: 44, No. 731
Monday the 11th of September, 1769.
[N.Y.?, Printed by Hugh Gaine?].                             [Ellenwood, Henry S.].
broadside.                                                      Letters from Peter Pindar to a friend, relative to
   Reel: 24, No. 646                                         the Sunday mail, alias "Epithalamium extraordinary"
                                                             or marriage between church and state.
Elemjay, Louise.                                             New York. 1830
   Censoria lictoria; or, Squibs and etceteras.              36 p.
New York, J.F. Trow, printer. 1857                              Reel: 44, No. 732
From the notes and minutes of Miss Betsey
Trotwood's official tour, under the Frank Pierce             [Ellenwood, Henry S.].
dynasty.; 2d ed.; 142 p.; 19 cm.; Prose and poetry.             The vagabond, or New looking glass; being an
   Reel: 58, No. 1042                                        ever lasting magazine of acrostical biography by
                                                             Peter Pindar, esq.
Elemjay, Louise.                                             New York. 1823
   Letters and miscellanies in prose, rhyme, and             16 p.
blank verse.                                                    Reel: 44, No. 733
Cincinnati, Moore, Anderson, Wilstach & Keys.
1852                                                         Ellet, Elizabeth Fries (Lummis), 1818-1877.
2d ed.; [6], iii-278, [14] p.; 19.5 cm.; 14 pages of            Poems, translated and original.
publisher's notices at end of book.                          Philadelphia, Key & Biddle. 1835
   Reel: 59, No. 1043                                        3 p.l., [ix]-xi, [13]-229 p.; 18 cm.
                                                                Reel: 44, No. 734
Eliot, William Greenleaf, 1811-1887.
   The discipline of sorrow.                                 Elliot, James, 1775-1830.
Boston, American Unitarian Association. 1867                     The poetical and miscellaneous works of James
6th ed.; viii, [11]-106 p.; 18 cm.; Half-title.              Elliot, citizen of Guilfort, Vermont, and late a
   Reel: 59, No. 1044                                        noncommissioned officer in the Legion of the United
                                                             States.
Eliza, [pseud.].                                             Greenfield, Massachusetts, Printed by Thomas
   The old elm and the fountain on Boston Common.            Dickman, for the author. 1798
Boston, R.F. Foster. 1853                                    In four books.; 271, [5] p.; 17 cm.
12 p.; Half-title.                                               Reel: 24, No. 656
   Reel: 59, No. 1045




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Elliot, Mary (Belson).                                         Ellis, George W.
   Gems in the mine; or traits and habits of                      A poem on the awful catastrophe on board the
childhood, in verse.                                           U.S. steam frigate Princeton.
Lancaster [Mass.] Printed for James R. Buffum,                 Boston, Printed by A.J. Wright. 1844
Salem: and H. and G. Carter, and F. and J. Andrews.            Together with a full description of the terrible
1828                                                           calamity, the proceedings at Washington, and the
104 p.; front., plates.; 14.5 cm.                              funeral obsequies.; 72 p.; illus.; 15.5 cm.
   Reel: 44, No. 735                                              Reel: 44, No. 736

Elliot, Samuel Hayes, 1809-1869.                               Ellis, Jonathan, 1762-1827.
   Emily Maria; a true narrative.                                 An eulogical poem, on General George
New York, American tract society. [186-?]                      Washington, who died at his seat at Mount-Vernon,
72 p.; front.; 16 cm.                                          December 14, 1799.
   Reel: 59, No. 1050                                          Portland [Me.], Printed by Elezer A. Jenks. [1800]
                                                               Pronounced at Topsham, February 22d, 1800. The
[Elliot, Samuel] 1777-1845.                                    day assigned by authority for the citizens of the
   [Fayette in prison: or, Misfortunes of the great].          United States to testify their grief for his death.
[Worcester, Mass., Printed for the author]. [1802.]            (Published at the request of the bearers.); 24 p.; 19.4
[A modern tragedy. By a gentleman of                           cm.
Massachusetts.]; 40 p.; 21 cm.                                    Reel: 24, No. 658
   Reel: 24, No. 657
                                                               Ellis, Rufus, 1819-1885.
Elliott, Charles, 1792-1869.                                      Remarks of the Rev. Rufus Ellis at the funeral of
   Origin and progress of missionary enterprise, a             the late Miss Mary A. Osgood.
poem delivered before the literary societies of                [Boston, A.W. Locke & co.]. [1868]
Hanover college, August 5, 1851.                               15 p.
Louisville, Hulls & Shannon. 1851                                 Reel: 59, No. 1054
24 p.; 21 cm.
   Reel: 59, No. 1048                                          Ellis, Theodore Waterbury.
                                                                  Poetic fillings on the warp of trade.
Elliott, Lucern, pseud.                                        New York, G.F. Nesbitt. 1851
   Gamaille, and other poems.                                  120 p.; 19 cm.
Jacksonville, Ill., Sentinel book and job printing                Reel: 59, No. 1055
office. 1867
75, [1] p.; 17.5 cm.; Title and text within ornamental         Ellis, William R.
borders.; Copyrighted by J.R. Bailey.                             A brief narrative of the religious experience of Dr.
   Reel: 59, No. 1049                                          William R. Ellis, together with poems, composed on
                                                               different subjects.
Ellis, B. Trapp.                                               Rochester, S.H. Salisbury. 1831
   Labrador, a poem, in three parts, written to                16 p.; 21 cm.
commemorate the centenary of the Moravian                         Reel: 44, No. 737
Labrador Mission.
London, London Association in Aid of Moravian                  Ellsworth, Erastus Wolcott, 1822-1902.
Missions. 1870                                                    Poems.
32 p.; 22 cm.                                                  Hartford, F.A. Brown. 1855
   Reel: 59, No. 1051                                          [3], viii-ix, [4], 14-272, [1] p.; 18.5 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 59, No. 1056
Ellis, George Edward, 1814-1894.
   Address delivered at the consecration of the                Elmina; or, The flower that never fades.
Woodlawn Cemetary in Chelsea and Malden, July 2,               New Haven, from Sidney's press. 1808
1851.                                                          A tale for young people, adorned with cuts.; [3], 6-
Boston, J. Wilson & son. 1851                                  30, [1] p.; illus. (front.); 10.5 cm.
32 p.                                                             Reel: 24, No. 659
   Reel: 59, No. 1052
                                                               An Elogy [!] on the death of Mr. Nathaniel Burt,
Ellis, George Edward, 1814-1894.                               Deacon of the Church of Christ at Longmeadow, and
   A commemorative discourse delivered in the New              Lieutenant in his majesty's service; who was killed in
South church, Church green, Boston, on Sunday,                 the memorable battle at Lake George, Sept. 8, 1755,
December 25, 1864, on the fiftieth anniversary of its          in the 45th year of his age.
dedication.                                                    [n.p.]. [n.d.]
Boston, H.W. Dutton. 1865                                      broadside.
42, [4] p.; illus.; 23.5 cm.; 4 pages of publisher's               Reel: 24, No. 660
notices at end of book.
   Reel: 59, No. 1053


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Elwyn, John.                                                    Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882.
   Rhymes.                                                         English traits.
[Portsmouth, N.H.]. [c1844]                                     London, G. Routledge & co. 1856
316 p.; 20 cm.                                                  [3], 2-176, [4] p.; 17 cm.; 4 pages of publisher's
   Reel: 44, No. 738                                            notices at end of book.
                                                                   Reel: 59, No. 1063
Ely, Joseph Allen, b. 1846.
   The well at Bethlehem's gates.                               Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882.
Rochester, Benton & Andrews. 1870                                  May-day and other pieces.
A poem... class of 1866.; p. [37]-44.                           Boston, Ticknor & Fields. 1867
   Reel: 59, No. 1057                                           [5], 4-205 p.
                                                                   Reel: 59, No. 1064
Embury, Emma Catherine (Manley), Mrs., 1806-
1863.                                                           Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882.
   Love's token-flowers.                                           An oration, delivered before the Phi beta kappa
New York, J.C. Riker. 1846                                      society, at Cambridge, August 31, 1837.
128 p.; 11.5 cm.                                                Boston: James Munroe and company. 1837
   Reel: 45, No. 740                                            Published by request.; 26 p.; 24 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 45, No. 743
[Embury, Emma Catherine (Manley), Mrs.] 1806-
1863.                                                           Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882.
   Guido, a tale; sketches from history, and other                 Poems.
poems.                                                          Boston, J. Munroe and company. 1847
New York, G. & C. Carvill. 1828                                 4th ed.; 2 p.l., [3]-251 p.; 19 cm.
By Ianthe [pseud.]...; iv, 200 p.; 18 cm.                          Reel: 45, No. 745
   Reel: 45, No. 739
                                                                Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882.
Embury, Emma Catherine (Manly), 1806-1863.                         Poems.
   The poems of Emma C. Embury.                                 Boston, Phillips, Sampson. 1856
New York, Hurd and Houghton. 1869                               5th ed.; 251 p.; 19.5 cm.
1st collected ed.; xiii, 368 p.; 20 cm.                            Reel: 59, No. 1065
   Reel: 59, No. 1058
                                                                Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882.
Emerson, Ellen Russell, 1837-1907.                                 Poems.
   Poems.                                                       Boston, Phillips, Sampson. 1857
Portland, Bailey & Noyes. 1865                                  6th ed.; 251, [13] p.; 19 cm.; 12 pages of publisher's
160 p.; 18 cm.                                                  notices at end of book.
   Reel: 59, No. 1059                                              Reel: 60, No. 1066

[Emerson, Nannette Snow] 1840-1884.                             Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882.
   The history of Dungeon Rock.                                    Poems.
Boston, B. Marsh. 1859                                          Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. 1850
Completed September 17th, 1856. By Enesee                       4th ed.; 251 p.; 18.5 cm.
[pseud.] 2d ed.; iv, [5]-75 p.; front. (mounted phot.);            Reel: 45, No. 747
19 cm.
   Reel: 59, No. 1061                                           Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882.
                                                                   Poems.
[Emerson, Nannette Snow] 1840-1884.                             Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. 1858
   The history of Dungeon rock.                                 7th ed.; 251 p.
Boston, Bela Marsh. [1865]                                         Reel: 60, No. 1067
Completed September 17th, 1856. By Enesee
[pseud.]; iv, [5]-75 p.; 19 cm.                                 Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882.
   Reel: 59, No. 1060                                              Poems.
                                                                Boston, Ticknor & Fields. 1865
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882.                                254 p.; front. (port.); 14.5 cm.
   An address delivered in the courthouse in                       Reel: 60, No. 1068
Concord, Massachusetts, on 1st August, 1844, on the
anniversary of the emancipation of the negroes in the           Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882.
British West Indies.                                               Poems.
Boston, J. Munroe and company. 1844                             Boston: James Munroe and Co. 1847
Pub. by request.; 34 p.; 23 cm.                                 251 p.; 19 cm.
   Reel: 45, No. 742                                               Reel: 45, No. 744




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                                             Author Index

Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882.                               Emmons, Richard, b. 1788.
   Poems.                                                         Defence of Baltimore, and death of General Ross.
London, G. Routledge. 1850                                     Washington, W. Emmons. 1831
2d ed.; vii, 200 p.; front.; 20 cm.                            Fredoniad.--Canto xxxix.--3d ed.; 48 p.; front. (port.);
   Reel: 45, No. 746                                           18 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 45, No. 753
[Emerson, Ralph Waldo] 1803-1882.
  The Boston hymn.                                             Emmons, Richard, b. 1788.
1863                                                              The Fredoniad: or, Independence preserved.
  Reel: 59, No. 1062                                           Boston, Printed for the author, by Munroe & Francis.
                                                               1827
Emerson, William Dana, 1813-1891.                              A poem on the late war.; 3 v.; 21 cm.
   Occasional thoughts, in verse.                                 Reel: 46, No. 755
Springfield, Ohio, G. Emerson & co. 1851
99, [2] p.; 22 cm.                                             Emmons, Richard, b. 1788.
   Reel: 60, No. 1069                                            The Fredoniad: or, Independence preserved.
                                                               Boston, Pub. for the author, by W. Emmons. 1827
Emerson, William, Rev., 1769-1811.                             An epick poem on the late war of 1812.; 4 v.; 20.5
    An oration pronounced July 5, 1802, at the request         cm.
of the inhabitants of the town of Boston, in                     Reel: 46, No. 756
commemoration of the anniversary of American
independence.                                                  Emmons, Richard, b. 1788.
Boston, Manning & Loring, printers, no. 2, Cornhill.              The Fredoniad: or, Independence preserved.
[1802]                                                         Philadelphia, W. Emmons. 1830
23, [1] p.; 21.5 x 12.5 cm.                                    An epic poem on the late war of 1812.; 2d ed.; 4 v.;
    Reel: 24, No. 663                                          front. (port.); 18 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 47, No. 757
Emmons, Richard, b. 1788.
   The battle of Bunker Hill, or The temple of                 Emmons, Richard, b. 1788.
liberty; an historic poem.                                        The Fredoniad; or, Independence preserved.
Boston. 1842 [cop.1839]                                        Philadelphia, W. Emmons. 1832
6th ed.; 144 p.; port.                                         An epic poem on the late war of 1812... 3d ed.; 4 v.;
   Reel: 45, No. 751                                           18 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 47-48, No. 758
Emmons, Richard, b. 1788.
   The battle of Bunker Hill, or The temple of                 Emmons, Richard, b. 1788.
liberty; an historic poem in four cantos.                         The national jubilee, and other miscellaneous
New York. 1839                                                 poems.
144 p.; front. (port.); 19.5 cm.                               Washington, F.S. Myer, printer. 1830
   Reel: 45, No. 748                                           47 p.; 18 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 48, No. 759
Emmons, Richard, b. 1788.
   The battle of Bunker Hill, or The temple of                 Emmons, Richard, b. 1788.
liberty; an historic poem in four cantos.                         Tecumseh: or, The battle of the Thames, a
New York [Sackett & Sargent, printers]. 1839                   national drama, in Five acts.
2d ed.; 144 p.; 2 port. (incl. front.); 19 cm.                 New York, Elton & Harrison. 1836
   Reel: 45, No. 749                                           36 p.; 19 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 48, No. 762
Emmons, Richard, b. 1788.
   The battle of Bunker Hill, or The temple of                 [Emmons, Richard] b. 1788.
liberty; an historic poem in four cantos, 2 ed.                   The battle of Bunker Hill, of the temple of liberty,
Boston. 1841                                                   an historic poem in four cantos.
144 p.; front (port.); 18 cm.                                  Boston. 1867
   Reel: 45, No. 750                                           Col. William Emmons... 11 ed.; 144 p.; front. (port.);
                                                               19.5 cm.
Emmons, Richard, b. 1788.                                         Reel: 60, No. 1073
   Battle of the Thames; being the seventeenth canto
of an epic poem, entitled, The Fredoniad.                      [Emmons, Richard] b. 1788.
Lexington, Printed at the Gazette office. 1822                    The battle of Bunker Hill, or the temple of liberty;
cover-title, 37 p.; 17 cm.                                     an historical poem in four cantos.
   Reel: 45, No. 752                                           Boston. 1862
                                                               Col. William Emmons, proprietor... 10 ed.; 144 p.
                                                                  Reel: 60, No. 1072



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[Emmons, Richard] b. 1788.                                    An Epistle from Edward, an American prisoner in
   The battle of Bunker Hill, or, The temple of               England, to Harriet in America.
liberty; an historic poem in four cantos.                     London, Printed for Fielding and Walker, Pater-
Boston. 1859                                                  noster Row; and sold by Mr. Breadewer, Portsmouth;
Col. William Emmons. Proprietor... 10th ed.; 144 p.;          and Mr. Maurice, Plymouth Dock. 1779
front. (port.); 19.5 cm.                                      1 p.l., 9 p.
   Reel: 60, No. 1071                                            Reel: 24, No. 666

[Emmons, Richard] b. 1788.                                    Epistle to a member of the General Court of
   An epick poem in commemoration of Gen.                     Massachusetts for 1809.
Andrew Jackson's victory of the eighth of January,            [Boston?]. [1809]
1815.                                                         32 p.; 24 cm.
Boston, Pub. for the author, by W. Emmons. 1827                  Reel: 24, No. 668
33 p.; 16 cm.
   Reel: 45, No. 754                                          An Epistle to Alexander Pope, esq; from South
                                                              Carolina.
[Emmons, William].                                            London, Printed for J. Brindley, bookseller to His
   Battle of the Thames; or, The death of Tecumseh;           Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, at the King's
being an authentic and historic poem.                         Arms in New Bond street; and C. Corbett, at
Philadelphia. 1840                                            Addison's Head, over against St. Dunston's church,
[2], [131]-166, [2] p.                                        Fleet street. 1737
   Reel: 48, No. 763                                          18 p.; 35 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 24, No. 669
Emmons, William, b. 1792.
   Oration and poem, delivered July 4, 1826, being            Epistle to Bonaparte.
the fiftieth anniversary of American independence.            Philadelphia, Published by C. Neal, no. 201, Chesnut
Boston, The author. 1826                                      street. 1814
16 p.; 23.5 cm.                                               By a lady.; 11 p.
   Reel: 48, No. 760                                              Reel: 24, No. 670

The Empty sleeve; or, Soldier's appeal.                       An Epistle to James A. Hillhouse, esq.
Boston, G.W. Thomas. [1870?]                                  New Haven, Printed by B.L. Hamlen. 1838
[February 1, 1870]; 16 p.; 23 cm.                             11 p.; 24 cm.
   Reel: 60, No. 1074                                            Reel: 48, No. 765

England in rhyme: or, History for the young of the            An Epistle to the General convention.
kings and queens of England.                                  [n.p.]. 1847
New York, Carleton. 1862                                      By a country bard.; Cover title, 12 p.; 19 cm.
iv, xxxvi p.; 19 cm.                                             Reel: 48, No. 766
    Reel: 60, No. 1075
                                                              Equiano, Olaudah.
Engle, Robert R.                                                 The interesting narrative of the life of Olaudah
   Dew drops on the desert of life.                           Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African.
Dayton, Ohio, "Telescope" Book and Job Rooms.                 Halifax, Printed at the office of J. Nicholson & co.
1868                                                          1814
182 p.; 20 cm.; Prose and poetry.                             To which are added poems on various subjects by
   Reel: 60, No. 1076                                         Phillis Wheatly, negro servant to Mr. John Wheatly
                                                              of Boston in New England.; 514, [2] p.; front. (port.);
English, Thomas Dunn, 1819-1902.                              17.5 cm.
   Zephaniah Doolittle; a poem.                                  Reel: 24, No. 671
Philadelphia, Printed by C. Alexander. 1838
From the manuscripts of Montmorency Sneerlip                  Esling, Catharine Harbeson (Waterman), Mrs., b.
Snags, esq. 2d ed.; 24 p.; 19 cm.                             1812.
   Reel: 48, No. 764                                              The broken bracelet, and other poems.
                                                              Philadelphia, Lindsay and Blakiston. 1850
Ephemera or The history of cockney dandies, a poem            xi, [13]-288 p.; 20 cm.
in one canto.                                                     Reel: 48, No. 767
Thomas Town, printer. 1819
By Blumblery Buzz, esq., professor of fashions in the
old school. Philadelphia, Published by Robert
Desilver, no. 110, Walnut street.; 22 p.; Imperfect:
Lacks pp. 17-20.
   Reel: 24, No. 665



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Estabrook, Jones E.                                            Evans, Ann.
   Report of the proceedings at the Colden Wedding                Africa, a poem [Anon.].
of Mr. & Mrs. John Estabrook, Rutland, December                [Andover, Flagg & G.]. [1826]
10, 1862.                                                      20 p.
Worcester, Mass. Tyler, Seagrave, Printers. [1862]                Reel: 48, No. 769
Poems & hymns composed for the occasion by J.E.
Estabrook.; 251 p.                                             Evans, Elizabeth Hewlings (Stockton), 1817-1856.
   Reel: 60, No. 1078                                              Poems.
                                                               Philadelphia, Lippincott, Grambo & co. 1851
Esther: a Scripture narrative.                                 With a preface by her brother, T.H. Stockton.; 3 p.l.,
New York, D. Appleton & co. 1835                               [iii]-x, 11-251 p.; 19 cm.
By a lady. Together with an original poem, by Miss                 Reel: 60, No. 1079
H. F. Gould.; 77 p.; front.; 16 cm.
   Reel: 48, No. 768                                           [Evans, Howell].
                                                                  The pleasures of action.
Estlack, Restore [pseud.?].                                    Philadelphia, Printed for the author. 1846
    Ethick diversions.                                         A poem.; 32 p.; 15.5 cm.
New York, Printed by T. and J. Swords, no. 160 Pearl              Reel: 48, No. 772
street. 1807
In four epistles to Emphasian, R.T. To which is                Evans, Nathaniel, 1742-1767.
added, The convent.; 79 p.; 18.5 cm.                               Poems on several occasions, with some other
    Reel: 24, No. 673                                          compositions.
                                                               Philadelphia, Printed by John Dunlap, in Market
An Eulogium on Major General Joseph Warren, who                street. 1772
fell in the action at Charlestown, June 17, 1775.              By ... [the] late missionary (appointed by the Society
Boston, Printed by John Boyle, in Marlborough                  for propagating the gospel) for Gloucester county, in
street. 1781                                                   New-Jersey; and chaplain to the Lord Viscount
By a Columbian.; 22 p.; 18 cm.                                 Kilmorey, of the kingdom of Ireland.; xxviii, 160, 1
    Reel: 24, No. 675                                          l., 5-24 p.; 21 cm.; "The love of the world
                                                               incompatible with the love of God: a discourse on 1
Eustaphieve, Alexis.                                           John, II: 15, 16, 17" (24 p. at end) addressed "To the
    Reflections, notes, and original anecdotes,                members of the congregation of Gloucester.".
illustrating the character of Peter the Great.                     Reel: 25, No. 679
Boston, Published by Munroe and Francis, no. 4,
Cornhill. 1814                                                 [Evans, Oliver].
To which is added, A tragedy in five acts, entitled,               Patent right oppression exposed; or, Knavery
Alexis, The Czarewitz. The 2d ed., corr. and enl.; 272         detected.
p.                                                             Philadelphia, Published by R. Folwell, no. 38, Market
    Reel: 25, No. 676                                          street, and G. Allchin, no. 262, Arch street. 1813
                                                               In an address, to unite all good people to obtain a
Evangelical Tract Society, Petersburg (Va).                    repeal of the patent laws. By Patrick N.I. Elisha, esq.,
   Comforts and counsels for the afflicted.                    [pseud.] poet laureate. To which is added An
[Atlanta, Ga., Franklin Steam Printing House]. [18--           alarming law case; Also, Reflections on the patent
?]                                                             laws. Illustrated with notes and anecdotes, by the
8 p.; (Its no. 148); Caption-title.                            editor.; xi, [1], 189, [1] p.
   Reel: 25, No. 677                                               Reel: 25, No. 680

Evans, [Elizabeth Hewlings] (Stockton), Mrs.,                  [Evans, Oliver] 1755-1819.
1817-1856.                                                         Patent right opression exposed; or Knavery
   Poems.                                                      detected.
Philadelphia. 1840                                             Philadelphia, Published by the booksellers. 1814
[Album of manuscript verse in two parts] and                   In an address to unite all good people to obtain a
"Miscellaneous poems..."; 218, [1] p.                          repeal of the patent laws. By Patrick N.I. Elisha, esq.,
   Reel: 48, No. 771                                           poet laureate [pseud.] To which is added, an alarming
                                                               law case; also reflections on the patent laws.
[Evans, Ann].                                                  Illustrated with notes and anecdotes, by the editor. 2d
   Africa, a poem.                                             ed.; xi, [1], 189, [1] p.; 18.5 cm.
[Andover, Mass., Printed by Flagg & Gould]. [1826]                 Reel: 25, No. 681
2 ed.; 20 p.; 20 cm.
   Reel: 48, No. 770




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Evans, Richard.                                                Everett, David, 1770-1813.
   Love and patriotism, a poem, pronounced at                     Common sense in dishabille: or, The farmer's
Bowdoin College on the annual commencement,                    monitor, containing a variety of familiar essays, on
Sept. 5th, 1832.                                               subjects moral & economical, to which is added, A
Portland, Charles Day & Co. 1832                               perpetual calendar, or economical almanack.
8 p.                                                           Worcester, Mass., Printed by Isaiah Thomas, jun. for
   Reel: 48, No. 774                                           Isaiah Thomas, sold at the Worcester Bookstore.
                                                               March 1799
The Evening visitor [Manuscript prose and verse].              Published according to act of Congress.; 120 p.; 15
New Bedford. 1847-48                                           cm.; Contains A new year's poem, signed Peter
2 v.; 25 cm.                                                   Pencil, pp. 86-92.
   Reel: 48, No. 775                                              Reel: 25, No. 683
Eventful history of three little mice and how they             Everett, David, 1770-1813.
became blind.                                                    Daranzel, or; the Persian patriot.
Boston, E.O. Libby & co. [1858]                                Boston, Printed by John Russell. 1800
23 p.; illus.; (Good child's library); Half-title.;            An original drama. In five acts...; 66, [2] p.; 21.5 cm.
Illustrated by Winslow Homer. -- (cf. Goodspeed's                Reel: 60, No. 1082
catalog 539).
    Reel: 60, No. 1080                                         Everett, Edward, 1794-1865.
                                                                  An address delivered at Lexington on the
Everest, Charles William, 1814-1877.                           19th(20th) of April, 1835.
   Babylon; a poem.                                            Charlestown, W.W. Wheildon. 1835
Hartford, Canfield and Robins. 1838                            2 ed.; 36 p.; 23.5 cm.
48 p.; illus.; 24.5 cm.                                           Reel: 49, No. 781
   Reel: 49, No. 776
                                                               Everett, Edward, 1794-1865.
Everest, Charles William, 1814-1877.                               The address of Mr. Everett and the poem of Dr.
   Songs of the fireside.                                      O.W. Holmes, at the dinner given to H. I. H.
Hartford, P. Brockett. 1852                                    Monseigneur the Prince Napoleon, September 25th,
127 p.; front.; 11.5 cm.                                       1861.
   Reel: 60, No. 1081                                          Cambridge, Private Printer. 1861
                                                               iv, [5]-20 p.; 22.5 cm.; "Vive la France!", by Oliver
Everest, Charles William, 1814-1877.                           Wendell Holmes: p. [19]-20.
   Vision of death: a poem.                                        Reel: 60, No. 1083
Hartford, Canfield and Robins. 1837
16 p.; 23.5 cm.                                                Everett, Edward, 1794-1865.
   Reel: 49, No. 777                                               An address, delivered before the Mercantile
                                                               library association, at the Odeon in Boston,
Everett, Alexander Hill, 1790-1847.                            September 13, 1838.
   An address delivered before the Massachusetts               Boston, W.D. Ticknor. 1838
Charitable Fire Society at their annual meeting, May           40 p.; 25 cm.
28, 1813.                                                          Reel: 49, No. 782
Boston, Charles Callender, no. 11, Marlboro street.
1813                                                           Everett, Edward, 1794-1865.
Printed at the request of the society.; 23 p.; 25 cm.;            Eulogy on Lafayette, delivered in Faneuil hall, at
"Hymn, composed for the 19th anniversary of the                the request of the young men of Boston, September 6,
Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society, by John                 1834.
Lathrop, Jr., Esq.": p. 21-22.                                 Boston, N. Hale. 1834
   Reel: 25, No. 682                                           103 p.; 22 cm.
                                                                  Reel: 49, No. 783
Everett, Alexander Hill, 1790-1847.
   Poems.                                                      [Everett, Edward] 1794-1865.
Boston, J. Munroe & co. 1845                                      Mr. E. Everett presents his respects to [Rev.
2 p.l., [9]-105 p.; 19 cm.                                     Presidt. Kirkland] and begs [him] to accept a copy of
   Reel: 49, No. 780                                           his poem.
                                                               [Cambridge]. [1812]
                                                               American poets.; 11 p.; Caption title.
                                                                  Reel: 25, No. 684




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                                               Author Index

Everett, Erastus, 1813-1900.                                      Everts, Orpheus, 1826-1903.
    A system of English versification; containing rules              The spectral bride and other poems.
for the structure of the different kinds of verse;                La Porte, Ind., Time job office print. 1857
illustrated by numerous examples from the best                    [6], [5]-80 p.; 20 cm.
poets.                                                               Reel: 60, No. 1089
New York, D. Appleton & company; Philadelphia,
G.S. Appleton. 1848                                               The Evidence and import of Christ's resurrection,
ix, [1], 198 p.; 19 cm.                                           versified some years ago for the help of the memory.
    Reel: 49, No. 784                                             Providence [R.I.], Printed by B. Wheeler, for D.
                                                                  Brewer, of Taunton, and sold at their respective
Everett, William [1839-1910].                                     bookstores. 1797
   The Prince of Wales at the tomb of Washington.                 The force of divine truth which appears in this plain
Cambridge, Mass., privately printed. 1861                         short poem, may well strike total damp to every
[3], vi-15 p.; 20.5 cm.; Half-title.                              favourable thought of deism of deistical Christianity.;
   Reel: 60, No. 1085                                             12 p.; 22.5 cm.
                                                                     Reel: 25, No. 686
Everett, William, 1839-1910.
   Hesione, or, Europe unchained.                                 Evstafiev, Alexksiei Grigor'evich, 1783-1857.
Boston, Little, Brown & co. 1868                                    Demetrius, the hero of the Don.
[5], 8-28 p.; 20 cm.; Half-title.                                 Boston, Published by Munroe & Francis; no. 4,
   Reel: 60, No. 1084                                             Cornhill. Sold also by E.T. Goodrich & co., New
                                                                  York; and Edward J. Coale, Baltimore. 1818
Evergreen, Erasmus, pseud., ed.                                   An epick [!] poem.; 256 p.; 19.5 cm.
   The cupola; or, "Rhymes on demagogues and                        Reel: 25, No. 687
mobs".
Columbus, Printed for the editor, by E. Glover. 1843              Ewing, Elmore E[llis].
Part I. Written by a retired politician, and edited by               The story of the Ninety-first.
Erasmus Evergreen Esq.; iv, 36 p.; 21 cm.                         Portsmouth, Ohio, Republican printing company.
   Reel: 49, No. 785                                              1868
                                                                  Read at a re-union of the Ninety-first regiment Ohio
The Evergreen; a poetic gift for little folks.                    volunteer infantry, held at Portsmouth, Ohio, April 8,
New Haven, S. Babcock. 1850                                       1868, in response to the toast, "Our bond of union".;
8 p.; illus.; 10 cm.                                              25 p.; 15 cm.; In verse.
   Reel: 49, No. 786                                                 Reel: 61, No. 1090

Everhart, George Marlow, 1826-1891.                               An Excursion of Mr. John Edgar Reyburn and his
    Josephine, and other poems.                                   companions, members of the Courtland Saunders
New York, Harper & brothers. 1858                                 institute.
viii, [9]-117 p.; front.; 22 cm.                                  Philadelphia, King & Baird, printers. 1867
    Reel: 60, No. 1086                                            June 22nd, 1867...; 16 p.; 18 cm.
                                                                     Reel: 61, No. 1091
Everhart, James Bowen, 1821-1888.
   Miscellanies.                                                  Excursions on the River Connecticut, during a short
West Chester, E.F. James. 1862                                    recess.
1st ed.; 4 p.l., 300 p.; front.; 19 cm.; Includes poetry.         Boston, Printed by J. Cotton. 1826
   Reel: 60, No. 1087                                             Reported by Amicus curiae...; 48 p., 2 l.; 18 cm.
                                                                     Reel: 49, No. 789
Everhart, James Bowen, 1821-1888.
   Poems.                                                         An Exercise, containing a dialogue and two odes,
Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1868                          performed at the public commencement in the college
[2], v-144 p.; front.; 20 cm.                                     of Philadelphia, November 17, 1767.
   Reel: 60, No. 1088                                             Philadelphia, Printed by William Goddard, in Market
                                                                  street. [1767]
Evershed, Emilie, 1800-1879.                                      8 p.
   Une couronne blanche, roman poétique.                              Reel: 25, No. 690
Paris, H. Bossange. 1850
263 p.; 22 cm.                                                    An Experience by a Green Mountain girl, to which is
   Reel: 49, No. 788                                              added The experience of another: Together with
                                                                  poems, written in honor of her Lord.
Evershed, Emilie, 1800-1879.                                      [n.p.] Printed for the purchaser. 1821
   Esquisses poétiques.                                           36 p.; 15 cm.
Paris, H. Bossange. 1846                                             Reel: 49, No. 790
3 p.l., [3]-276 p. 2 l.; 22 cm.
   Reel: 49, No. 787


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Experience of a Green Mountain girl; to which is               Fairbanks, Cassie.
added, The experience of another [in verse] written in            The lone house: a poem, partly founded on fact.
honour of their Lord.                                          Halifax, James Bowes & sons. 1859
[n.p.] Printed for the Publisher. 1832                         [2], 15 p.; Relates to the murder of Rebecca Langley,
12 p.; 18 cm.                                                  August 24, 1854, near Halifax.
   Reel: 49, No. 791                                              Reel: 61, No. 1097
Extracts in prose and verse by a lady of Maryland.             Fairbanks, Josiah Loring, 1810-1875.
Annapolis, Printed by Frederick Green. 1808                       A poem delivered on the fourth of July, 1859, at
Together with a collection of original poetry never            Washington village, Needham.
before published, by citizens of Maryland.; 2 v.               Boston, C.W. Calkins, printer. 1859
   Reel: 25, No. 693                                           Printed by Request.; 12 p.; 19.5 cm.; Cover-title.
                                                                  Reel: 61, No. 1098
The Eye: by Obadiah Optic [pseud.].
Philadelphia, Printed and published by John W.                 Fairfield, Jane (Frazee), b. 1810.
Scott, no. 147, Chesnut street. 1808                               The autobiography of Jane Fairfield; embracing a
v. 1-2; Jan.-Dec. 1808.; 2 v.; 20 cm.; weekly.                 few select poems by Sumner Lincoln Fairfield.
    Reel: 26, No. 694                                          Boston, Bazin and Ellsworth. 1860
                                                               viii, 328 p.; front. (port.); 19.5 cm.; Poem [by Sumner
Eyre, John.                                                    Lincoln Fairfield]: p. [229]-328.
   Story of Joseph and his brethren, The; a poem.                  Reel: 61, No. 1099
n.p. [1854]
18 p.; 18 cm.                                                  Fairfield, Jane (Frazee), b. 1810.
   Reel: 61, No. 1092                                             The life of Sumner Lincoln Fairfield.
                                                               Boston, Published by the author. 1857
F., P.                                                         In one volume.; 132 p.; "The sister of Saint Clara" by
    A few verses composed by P.F. on account of the            Sumner L. Fairfield - p. [63]-132.
sudden death of John Brown, Huldy Brown, son and                  Reel: 61, No. 1100
daughter, of Elder Eleazer Brown of Stonington, who
were killed with lightening, on the seventh day of             Fairfield, Jane (Frazee), b. 1810.
June, 1788.                                                       The life of Sumner Lincoln Fairfield, esq., in one
New London, from Spencer's Press; for Capt. Brown.             volume.
1796                                                           New York, The author. 1848 [c1846]
Broadside.                                                     132 p.; front. (port.); 19 cm.
    Reel: 26, No. 695                                             Reel: 49, No. 793.1

Fables in verse.                                               Fairfield, Jane (Frazee), Mrs.
Boston, Brown, Bazin. 1855                                       The life of Sumner Lincoln Fairfield.
[4], 7-128 p.; illus.                                          New York, the author. 1846
   Reel: 61, No. 1093                                          132 p.; Port.
                                                                  Reel: 49, No. 792
The Factor's garland, and Verses on the death of Mrs.
Mary Hayward of Easton.                                        Fairfield, Jane (Frazee), Mrs.
Wrentham [Mass.]; Printed for Joseph Ward. 1812                   The life of Sumner Lincoln Fairfield, esq., in one
12 p.; 18.5 cm.                                                volume.
   Reel: 26, No. 696                                           New York, The author; G. W. Wood, printer. 1847
                                                               132 p.; front. (port.); 19.5 cm.
[Fagan, Fanny] d. 1878.                                           Reel: 49, No. 793
    Hymns for the Sunday-school of the First
Congregational Unitarian church in Philadelphia.               Fairfield, Sumner Lincoln, 1803-1844.
Philadelphia, King & Baird. 1866                                  Abaddon, the spirit of destruction; and other
4, 45 p.; 18 cm.                                               poems.
    Reel: 61, No. 1094                                         New York, Sleight and Robinson. 1830
                                                               157 p.; 1 l.; 22.5 cm.
[Fagan, Fanny] d. 1878.                                           Reel: 49, No. 794
   Something new for my little friends.
Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott. 1866                            Fairfield, Sumner Lincoln, 1803-1844.
Original stories in verse...; vi, 7-128 p.; 18 cm.;               The cities of the plain.
Preface signed: F.F.                                           Boston, Greene. 1827
   Reel: 61, No. 1095                                          A Scripture poem.; 58, (2) p.
                                                                  Reel: 49, No. 795
Fagnanis Nine muses.
[London]. [1869]
[Translated from the Italian of F.D.L.]; [4], 21 p.
   Reel: 61, No. 1096

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                                             Author Index

Fairfield, Sumner Lincoln, 1803-1844.                        Fairfield, Sumner Lincoln, 1803-1844.
   The cities of the plain, with other poems.                    Poems and prose writings of Sumner Lincoln
Philadelphia, W. Simpson. 1828                               Fairfield.
3d ed.; xv, [17]-300 p.; 19 cm.                              Philadelphia, Printed for the proprietor. 1841
   Reel: 49, No. 796                                         In two volumes. Vol. I.; viii, [9]-400 p.; 23 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 50, No. 804
Fairfield, Sumner Lincoln, 1803-1844.
   The heir of the world, and lesser poems.                  Fairfield, Sumner Lincoln, 1803-1844.
Philadelphia, J. Maxwell. 1829                                   Poetical works of Sumner Lincoln Fairfield.
2 p.l., iv, [7]-266 p.; 18.5 cm.                             Philadelphia, Printed by Gihon, Fairchild & co. 1842
   Reel: 50, No. 797                                         viii, [9]-400 p.; 22.5 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 50, No. 805
Fairfield, Sumner Lincoln, 1803-1844.
    The last night of Pompeii; a poem: and Lays and          Fairfield, Sumner Lincoln, 1803-1844.
legends.                                                        The siege of Constantinople.
New York, Printed by Elliott and Palmer. 1832                Charleston, S.C., W. Riley. 1822
vii, [9]-309 p.; 21.5 cm.                                    A poem...; vii, [1], [9]-64 p.; 23 cm.
    Reel: 50, No. 798                                           Reel: 50, No. 806

Fairfield, Sumner Lincoln, 1803-1844.                        The Faithful promiser, and Altar Stones.
    The last night of Pompeii; a poem: and Lays and          New York, Robert Carter & bros. 1857
legends.                                                     [7], 10-68, [2], 66 p.; 16 cm.; Half-title.
New York, Printed by Elliott and Palmer. 1832 [i.e.             Reel: 61, No. 1102
1851]
vii, [9]-309 p.; 22 cm.; Contains also "Walter               Fales, Reuben, ca.1788-1864.
Colebrooke", a prose tale (p. 239-300); On spine:               Peregrinus in his childhood.
1851.                                                        Boston, Pub. by G.W. Briggs for R. M. Byram.
    Reel: 61, No. 1101                                       [c.1849]
                                                             A poem.; 1 p.l [5]-296 p.; 15.5 cm.
Fairfield, Sumner Lincoln, 1803-1844.                           Reel: 50, No. 807
   The lays of Melpomene.
Portland [Me.] Printed by Todd and Smith. 1824               The Fall of Lucifer, an elegiac poem on the infamous
122 (i.e. 126) p.; 18.5 cm.                                  defection of the late General Arnold.
   Reel: 50, No. 800                                         Hartford, Printed by Hudson and Goodwin. 1781
                                                             18 p.; 17 cm.; Imperfect copy: pages 17-18 lacking;
Fairfield, Sumner Lincoln, 1803-1844.                        replaced by Xerox copies from the LC (Brinley)
    Miná, a dramatic sketch: with other poems.               copy.
Baltimore, J. Robinson. 1825                                    Reel: 26, No. 697
v, [7]-119, [1] p.; 18.5 cm.
    Reel: 50, No. 799                                        The Fall River Lithographic Company?.
                                                                The spirit of young America; a series of seven
Fairfield, Sumner Lincoln, 1803-1844.                        pictures in nine colors, in oil.
  The passage of the sea; a poem.                            [Fall River, Mass., etc., Fall River Lithographic Co.].
New-York, Printed by Folsom and Allen. 1826                  [1864]
With other pieces.; 48 p.; 21.5 cm.                          With descriptive text attached.; 15 p.; plates.
   Reel: 50, No. 801                                            Reel: 61, No. 1103

Fairfield, Sumner Lincoln, 1803-1844.                        The Falls of Niagara, and sketches of the way: a
   Photostats of poems and articles appearing in the         poem by an author for the first time.
New York Mirror and Ladies' Literary Gazette, North          New York, G. & C. Carvill. 1829
American Magazine, etc.                                      30 p.
[1827-1838]                                                     Reel: 50, No. 808
1 v.; 38 cm.
   Reel: 50, No. 802                                         Falls of Niagara, being a complete guide to all the
                                                             points of interest around and in the immediate
Fairfield, Sumner Lincoln, 1803-1844.                        neighborhood of the great cataract.
    Poems.                                                   Toronto, James Campbell. 1859
New York, E. Bliss and E. White [etc.]. 1823                 [9], vi-64 p.; map.; 15 cm.; 4 pages of publisher's
viii, [9]-187, [1] p.; 16 cm.                                notices at beginning of book.
    Reel: 50, No. 803                                           Reel: 61, No. 1104
                                                             The Family and guest (in the United States).
                                                             New York, Printed by J.P. Prall. 1850
                                                             By the father.; 164 p.; 1 l.; 19 cm.
                                                               Reel: 50, No. 809

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A Family gathering of the descendants of Mrs. Sarah             Farmer, Henry Tudor, 1782-1828.
Cleveland Dodge, on her eightieth birth-day.                       Imagination; the maniac's dream, and other
New York, J.F. Trow, printer. 1861                              poems.
November 7, 1860.; 36 p.; front. (port.); 15 cm.;               New-York, Published by Kirk & Mercein, and John
Contains poetry.                                                Miller, Covent Garden, London, William A. Mercein
   Reel: 61, No. 1105                                           printer. 1819
                                                                2 p.l., [vii], 163 p.; 18.5 cm.
A Family tablet: containing a selection of original                Reel: 26, No. 700
poetry.
Boston, Printed and sold by William Spotswood.                  Farmer, P., Mrs.
1796                                                                The captives and other poems.
[13], 2-81 p.                                                   Laporte, Indiana, Printed by Millikan & Holmes.
   Reel: 26, No. 698                                            1856
                                                                vi, 236 p.; 18 cm.
Fanaticism unveiled: a satirical poem, published in                 Reel: 61, No. 1109
periodical cantos, canto 1.
New York. 1834                                                  Farnsworth, H.
14 p.                                                              An oration on music.
   Reel: 51, No. 810                                            Cooperstown, Printed by Elihu Phinney, for the
                                                                author. 1795
Fannie, Cousin, pseud.                                          Delivered at the courthouse in Cooperstown, in
   Aunty Wonderful's stories.                                   Otsego; April, 1794; at the conclusion of a singing
Boston, Phillips, Sampson. 1856                                 school, taught by Nathaniel Billings.; 21, [2] p.; 18
Translated from the German for all good children                cm.; Cover-title.
who have learned to think,; 46 p.; illus.; Added t.-p.,            Reel: 26, No. 702
engr.; Prose and poetry.
   Reel: 61, No. 1106                                           Fashestock, William Baker.
                                                                   The liberator; or, Love, friendship and madness; a
Fannie, Cousin, pseud.                                          tragedy in five acts.
   Red Beard's stories for children.                            Lancaster. 1833
Boston, Phillips, Sampson & Co. 1856                            92 p.
Translated from the German,; [4], 7-67 p.; illus.;                 Reel: 51, No. 812
Poems.; Printed on one side of leaf only.
   Reel: 61, No. 1107                                           Fashion; Or, the art of making breeches.
                                                                Philadelphia, Printed by Francis and Robert Bailey.
Fanny, continued.                                               1800
New York, Printed by William Grattan, no. 8,                    An heroi-satirididactic poem by Solomon Irony, esq.;
Thames street. 1820                                             [3], iv-v, [2], 8-19 p.
1 p.l., 29 p.; 21.5 cm.; Continuation of Halleck's                 Reel: 26, No. 703
poem, ascribed by him to Clason cf. Wilson's Life of
Halleck.                                                        The Fat boy from Dickens.
   Reel: 26, No. 699                                            New York, McLoughlin bros. [1869?]
                                                                Illus. by Thos. Nast.; [16] p.; illus.; 27 cm.; Cover
The Farewell to the old school-house, and dedication            title.; In verse.
of the new, at New Worcester, July 26, and August                   Reel: 61, No. 1110
30, 1858.
Worcester, Ma., N.J. Howland, printer. [1858]                   Father of a family, pseud.
[4], 6-30 p. incl. front.; 22.5 cm.                                Poems, moral and religious for children and
    Reel: 61, No. 1108                                          youth; by the father of a family.
                                                                Greenfield. 1821
The Farmer and his son's return from a visit to camp:           72 p.; 16 cm.
together with the rose tree.                                       Reel: 51, No. 813
[n.p.]. [1775]
broadside.                                                      A Father's advice to his child; or the maiden's best
   Reel: 26, No. 701                                            adorning.
                                                                Exeter [N.H.], Printed by Henry Ranlet. 1792
Farmer, C.M.                                                    8 p.; 14.5 cm.
   The fairy of the stream, and other poems.                       Reel: 26, No. 704
Richmond, Va., Harrold & Murray. 1847
2 p.l. [vii]-viii, [9]-167 p.; 18 cm.
   Reel: 51, No. 811




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Faugeres, Margaretta V. (Bleecker), 1771-1801.                   Felch, Walton.
   The ghost of John Young the homicide, who was                    The manufacture's pocket-piece; or, the cotton-
executed the 17th of August last, for the murder of              mill moralized.
Robert Barwick, a sheriff's officer.                             Medway [Mass.], Published for Samuel Allen, and
[New-York]. [1797]                                               sold by him and the author. 1816
The following monody is written with a view of                   A poem, with illustrative notes.; 23 p.; 16.5 cm.
rescuing his memory from obloquy, and shewing                       Reel: 26, No. 707
how inconsistent sanguinary laws are, in a country
which boasts of her freedom and happiness.; 6 p.                 Felch, Walton.
   Reel: 26, No. 705                                                 The supplement to a lecture on the stars: being a
                                                                 recapitulation, in verse, of some instructions which
Faugeres, Margaretta V. (Bleecker), 1771-1801.                   are important and difficult to be remembered.
    An ode for the 4th of July, 1798, dedicated to the           Southbridge [Mass.] From the office of P.E. B.
friends of liberty and independence.                             Botham, S. Carr, printer. 1828
[n.p.]. [1798]                                                   Illustrated by notes and diagrams...; 15 p.; diagrs.; 18
broadside.                                                       cm.
    Reel: 26, No. 706                                                Reel: 51, No. 816

Fauriel, Claude Charles, 1772-1884.                              Fellowes, Jeremiah, 1791-1865.
    History of Provençal poetry.                                     Reminiscinces.
New York, Derby & Jackson. 1860                                  Exeter [N.H.] Gerrish & Tyle. 1824
Translated from the French, with occasional notes                Moral poems and translations. With an appendix...;
and references to the authorities cited or alluded to in         xii, [13]-275 p.; 16.5 cm.
the volume, specimens of verse in the original, and an               Reel: 51, No. 817
introduction on the literature of the history of
Provençal poetry by G.J. Adler, A.M....; xl, 496 p.;             Felton, John Brooks, 1827-1877.
26 cm.                                                              The horse-shoe: a poem spoken before the Phi
    Reel: 61, No. 1111                                           Beta Kappa society in Cambridge, July 19, 1849.
                                                                 Cambridge, J. Bartlett. 1849
Fay, Theodore Sedgwick, 1807-1898.                               29 p.; 18.5 cm.
    Die sklavenmacht.                                               Reel: 51, No. 818
Berlin, Stilke & Van Muyden. 1865
Blicke in die geschichte der Vereinigten Staaten von             Fenn, Eleanor (Frere), lady, 1743-1813.
Amerika. Zur erklärung der rebellion von 1860-65.;                   Tommy Thumb's song book, for all little masters
vi, [7]-158 p., 1 l.; illus. (maps); 23 cm.; Original            and misses, to be sung to them by their nurses, until
covers wanting.; "Der ertrag 1st fur die befrelten               they can sing themselves.
sklaven in Amerika bestiment."; Includes a review of             Worcester, Massachusetts, by Isaiah Thomas, sold at
United States history from colonial times.                       his bookstore. 1788
    Reel: 61, No. 1112                                           By nurse Lovechild. To which is added a letter from
                                                                 a lady on nursing. The first Worcester edition.; [New
Fay, Theodore Sedgwick, 1807-1898.                               York, F.G. Melcher, 1946]; 59 [5] p.; illus., front.
   Ulric; or, The voices.                                            Reel: 26, No. 708
New York, D. Appleton & co. 1851
[5], 8-189, [2] p.; 17.5 cm.; Half-title.                        Fenn, James.
   Reel: 61, No. 1113                                               Hymns and poems on various subjects, never
                                                                 before published; designed to promote religion and
[Fay, Theodore Sedgwick] 1807-1898.                              social virtue in society.
    Sketch of the life of John Howard Payne, as                  Schenectady, Printed by Van Vechten & son. 1808
published in the Boston evening gazette, compressed,             76 p.
(with additions bringing it forward to a later period.).            Reel: 26, No. 709
Boston, Press of W.W. Clapp. 1833
By one of the editors of the New York Mirror: now                Fenn, James.
first printed in a separate form, with an appendix,                 A poem on friendship and society.
containing selections of poetry and further                      Schenectady: Printed for the author by Riggs and
illustrations.; 1 p.l., 27 p.; 23.5 cm.                          Stevens. 1815
    Reel: 51, No. 814                                            To which is added, Remarks on the British and
                                                                 French nations, in relation to the late wars in Europe.
Featherstonhaugh, George William, 1780-1866.                     With a number of short pieces in prose and verse.;
   The death of Ugolino.                                         132 p.; 17.5 cm.
Philadelphia, Carey and Lea. 1830                                   Reel: 51, No. 819
A tragedy.; 116 p.; 22 cm.
   Reel: 51, No. 815




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Fenn, James.                                                 Ferguson, Jesse Babcock, 1819-1870.
   A poem on friendship and society to which is                 Spirit communion: a record of communications
added, remarks on the British and French nations, in         from the spirit-spheres, with inconteutable evidence
relations to the late wars in Europe.                        of personal identity, prevented to the public, with
Schenectady, Printed for the author by Riggs and             explanatory observations.
Stevens. 1815                                                Nashville, Union and American steam press. 1854
With a number of short pieces in prose and verse.;           276 p.; 21 cm.
50, 55-132 p.                                                   Reel: 61, No. 1114
   Reel: 26, No. 710
                                                             Ferguson, L.D.
Fennell, James, 1766-1816.                                      Occasional poems.
   An apology for the life of James Fennell.                 Rochester, N.Y., E. Darrow & Brother. 1857
Philadelphia, Published by Moses Thomas, no. 52,             206 p.; 18 cm.
Chesnut street, J. Maxwell, printer. 1814                       Reel: 62, No. 1115
2 p.l., [iii]-510 p.; 21.5 cm.
   Reel: 27, No. 712                                         Ferguson, Richard, fl. 1814.
                                                                 The fiery-flying serpent slander, and the brazen
Fennell, James, 1766-1816.                                   serpent charity, delineated: or, A saint and a slanderer
   The hero of the lake: [or The victory of                  as opposite as the Ancient of days and the Genius of
Commodore Perry.].                                           darkness; being a selection from vocabularies, digests
[Philadelphia, Published by Moses Thomas, J.                 of law, and approved authors upon divinity, both
Maxwell, printer]. [1813.]                                   French and English, to restrain slander and promote
[6] p.; 24 cm.; Caption title.                               charity.
   Reel: 27, No. 713                                         Winchester, Va., Printed by Jonathan Foster, for the
                                                             publisher. 1814
Fennell, James, 1766-1816.                                   By [a] minister of the gospel in the M.E.C.; 252 p.;
    A New Year's gift to the youth of both sexes.            16 cm.
Boston, Published by John West & Co., no. 75,                    Reel: 27, No. 718
Cornhill, E.G. House, printer. 1810
Consisting of maxims in easy rhyme.; 1 p.l., 72, [2]         Fernald, Woodbury M.
p.; 12 cm.; Cover title.                                         A new age for the new church.
    Reel: 27, No. 714                                        Boston, Mass. 1860
                                                             iv, [3]-85, [4] p.; 21.5 cm.
Fenner, Cornelius George, 1822-1847.                             Reel: 62, No. 1116
   Poems of many moods.
Boston, C.C. Little and J. Brown. 1846                       Ferris, Isaac.
2 p.l., [iii]-iv, 87 p.; 18.5 cm.                               A discourse in commemoration of the life and
   Reel: 51, No. 820                                         character of the late George W. Bethune, D.D.
                                                             New York, Board of Publications of the R.P. Dutch
Fenno, Jenny, fl. 1791.                                      Church. 1862
   Original compositions in prose and verse, on              Delivered in the Church on the heights, Brooklyn...;
subjects moral and religious.                                48 p.; 23 cm.
Boston, Printed by Joseph Bumstead, at his office,              Reel: 62, No. 1117
no. 20, Union street. 1791
1 p.l., iii, 125 p.; 24.                                     Fessenden, Thomas Green, 1771-1837.
   Reel: 27, No. 715                                            Democracy unveiled; or, Tyranny stripped of the
                                                             garb of patriotism.
Fenno, Jenny, fl. 1791.                                      Boston, Printed by David Carlisle, for the author.
   Original compositions in prose and verse, on              1805
subjects moral and religious.                                By Christopher Caustic, L.L.D. 2d ed.; vii, 220 p.
Wrentham, (Mass.) Printed by Nathaniel Heaton, Jr.              Reel: 27, No. 721
1803
116 p.; 14.5 cm.                                             Fessenden, Thomas Green, 1771-1837.
   Reel: 27, No. 716                                            The ladies monitor, a poem.
                                                             Bellows Falls, Vt., Printed by Bill Blake & co. 1818
Ferguson, George.                                            180 p.; 18.5 cm.
   The country school-master and his nephew; of the             Reel: 28, No. 724
interesting narrative of George Ferguson.
Hartford. 1820                                               Fessenden, Thomas Green, 1771-1837.
32 p.; front., illus.; 14 cm.                                    Original poems.
   Reel: 27, No. 717                                         Philadelphia, Printed at the Lorenzo press of E.
                                                             Bronson. 1806
                                                             xii, 203, [1] p.; 18 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 28, No. 727


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Fessenden, Thomas Green, 1771-1837.                             [Fessenden, Thomas Green] 1771-1837.
    Original poems, by [the] Author of Terrible                    Pills, poetical, political, and philosophical.
tractoration; or, Caustic's petition to the Royal               Philadelphia, Printed for the author. 1809
College of Physicians.                                          Prescribed for the purpose of purging the public of
[London] Albion Press, Printed by J. Cundee for T.              piddling philosophers, of puny poetasters, of paltry
Hurst. Pater noster Row, 1804                                   politicians, and petty partisans. By Peter Pepper-box,
xiii, [3], 197, [3] p.; 16 cm.                                  poet and physician [pseud.]; xviii, l., 136 p.; 19 cm.
    Reel: 28, No. 726                                              Reel: 28, No. 728

Fessenden, Thomas Green, 1771-1837.                             [Fessenden, Thomas Green] 1771-1837.
   Terrible tractoration!! A poetical petition against              A poetical petition against tractorising trumpery,
galvanising trumpery, and the Perkinistic institution.          and the Perkinistic Institution.
London, Printed for T. Hurst, Paternoster Row; and J.           London, Printed for T. Hurst, Pater noster Row; and
Ginger, Piccadilly. 1803                                        J. Ginger, Piccadilly; by J. Bensley, Bolt Court, Fleet
by Christopher Caustic [pseud.] 2nd ed., with great             street. 1803
additions.; 1 p.l., [v]-xxi, 186, [1] p.; front.                In four cantos, most respectfully addressed to the
   Reel: 28, No. 731 & 733                                      Royal College of Physicians, by Christopher Caustic,
                                                                M.D. LL.D. ASS ...; 2 p.l., 92 p.
[Fessenden, Thomas Green] 1771-1837.                                Reel: 28, No. 730
   The country lover; or Jonathan's courtship.
[Connecticut?]. [1810?]                                         [Fessenden, Thomas Green] 1771-1837.
11 p.; 12.3 cm.; Caption title.                                     Terrible tractoration and other poems.
   Reel: 27, No. 719                                            Boston, Russell, Shattuck & co. [etc.]. 1836
                                                                By Christopher Caustic [pseud.]... 3d American ed.;
[Fessenden, Thomas Green] 1771-1837.                            viii, 264 p.; front.; 17.5 cm.
   Democracy unvailed, or, Tyranny stripped of the                  Reel: 51, No. 821
garb of patriotism.
New-York, Printed for I. Riley & co. 1806                       [Fessenden, Thomas Green] 1771-1837.
By Christopher Caustic [pseud.] 3d ed., with large                 Terrible tractoration and other poems, by
additions.; 2v. in 1.; 18.5 cm.                                 Christopher Caustic, M.D. [pseud.].
   Reel: 27, No. 722                                            Boston, S. Coleman. 1837
                                                                To which is prefixed Caustic's Wooden booksellers
[Fessenden, Thomas Green] 1771-1837.                            and Miseries of authorship.; xi, viii, 264 p.; front.
   Democracy unvailed; or, Tyranny stripped of the                 Reel: 51, No. 822
garb of patriotism.
Boston, Printed by David Carlisle, for the author.              [Fessenden, Thomas Green] 1771-1837.
1805                                                                Terrible tractoration!! A poetical petition against
By Christopher Caustic [pseud.]; viii, 220 p.; 20.5             galvanising trumpery, and the Perkinistic Institution.
cm.                                                             New-York, Printed for Samuel Stansbury. 1804
   Reel: 27, No. 720                                            In four Cantos. Most respectfully addressed to the
                                                                Royal College of Physicians, By Christopher Caustic
[Fessenden, Thomas Green] 1771-1837.                            [pseud.] ... 1st American from the 2d London ed.,
    The modern philosopher; or Terrible tractoration!.          rev. and cor. by the author, with additional notes.;
Philadelphia, From the Lorenzo press of E. Bronson.             xxxv, [1], 192 p.; plates.; 19.5 cm.; [Published 1806
1806                                                            under title "The modern philosopher, or Terrible
In four cantos, most respectfully addressed to the              tractoration."].
Royal college of Physicians, London. By Christopher                 Reel: 28, No. 732
Caustic [pseud.] ... 2d American ed., rev., cor., and
much enl. by the author.; xxxii, 271 p.; plates.; 21            The Festivaliad.
cm.                                                             [Boston]. 1811
    Reel: 28, No. 725                                           A singular metrical poem; written in commemoration
                                                                of the festival of St. John, the first Christian Mason,
[Fessenden, Thomas Green] 1771-1837.                            celebrated at Dorchester, Mass., June 24, 1807, 7th
   The outlines of a speech to be delivered on the              Annoque Lucis 5807. By Morpheus Stupor. To which
hustings, at the next general election for the Province         are prefixed a few prefatory remarks; and though the
of Nova-Scotia.                                                 whole are interspersed a number of interesting
[n.p.] G.W. Day. 1853                                           observations, by Hezekiah Hectic. 13th Irish, from
By Christopher Caustick, esq. [pseud.]; 32 p.; 17 cm.;          7th Scotch ed.; 42 p.; Cover title.
A poem.                                                             Reel: 28, No. 734
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Fever; an elegiac poem.                                          Field, Joseph M., 1810-1856.
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by John Ormrod,               The drama in Pokerville: The bench and bar of
no. 41, Chesnut street. 1799                                     Jurytown, and other stories.
Dedicated to the citizens of Philadelphia, by a                  Philadelphia, Carey and Hart. 1847
citizen.; 24 p.; 21.5 cm.                                        By "Everpoint," (J. M. Field... of the St. Louise
    Reel: 28, No. 735                                            reveille.) With eight illustrations... by F. O. C.
                                                                 Darley.; 2 p.l., 3-200 p.; front. plates.; 19 cm.
A Few lines composed on the dark day, May 19,                       Reel: 51, No. 826
1780.
[n.p.]. [n.d.]                                                   [Field, Joseph M.] 1810-1856.
broadside.                                                          La déesse, an Elssler-atic romance.
   Reel: 28, No. 736                                             New-York, Carvill & co. 1841
                                                                 By the author of "Straws".; 44 p.; 19 cm.
A Few lines composed on the dark day, May 19,                       Reel: 51, No. 825
1780.
[n.p.]. [n.d.]                                                   Field, Kate, 1838-1896, tr.
broadside.                                                          Mad on purpose.
   Reel: 48, No. 1399                                            New York, J.A. Gray & Green. 1868
                                                                 A comedy in four acts. Translated from the Italian of
A Few lines on Magnus Mode, Richard Hodges, & J.                 Baron Cosenza by Miss Kate Field.; 48 p.; Half-title.
Newington Clark.                                                    Reel: 62, No. 1122
[Boston: Printed by Zachariah Fowle]. [1767]
Who are sentenc'd to stand one hour in the Pillory at            Field, Maunsell Bradhurst, 1822-1875.
Charlestown; to have one of their ears cut off, and to              Trifles in verse.
be whipped 20 stripes at the public whipping-post,               New York, G.P. Putnam & son. 1869
for making and passing counterfeit dollars, &c.;                 40 p.
broadside.                                                          Reel: 62, No. 1123
   Reel: 28, No. 737
                                                                 Field, Samuel, 1743-1800.
A Few odds and ends, for cheerful friends.                          The miscellaneous productions in poetry and
1870                                                             prose of the late Samuel Field, esq., with a sketch of
A Christmas gift. Printed for private circulation only,;         his life and character; by Rodolphus Dickinson.
[4], 52 p.                                                       Greenfield, Mass., Published by Clark and Hunt;
   Reel: 62, No. 1119                                            Denio and Phelps, printers. 1818 [c1817]
                                                                 287 p.; 15 cm.
A Few remarks upon "Four papers from the Boston                     Reel: 29, No. 741
Courier".
Boston, W.L. Kent. 1858                                          Field, Thomas W.
35 p.                                                               The minstrel pilgrim.
   Reel: 62, No. 1120                                            New York, Clark, Austin & co. 1848
                                                                 50 p.; 20 cm.
Fezler, Francis, Mrs.                                               Reel: 51, No. 827
   Hymns and spiritual songs.
New York. 1836                                                   [Fields, Annie (Adams), 1834-1915].
32 p.                                                               Ode recited by Miss Charlotte Cushman at the
   Reel: 51, No. 823                                             inaugeration of the Great Organ in Boston,
                                                                 November 2, 1863.
Field, Anna E.M.                                                 [Cambridge, Mass., Printed by Welch, Bigelow &
   Euroclydon: a poem.                                           co.]. [n.d.]
Farmington, Mass., S.B. Wilde. 1861                              11 p.; 19.5 cm.; Cover title.
14 p.                                                               Reel: 62, No. 1124
   Reel: 62, No. 1121
                                                                 Fields, James Thomas, 1816-1881.
[Field, Joe].                                                       Anniversary poem, delivered before the
   Tag's pilgrimage: a poem.                                     Mercantile library association of Boston.
Philadelphia, E.L. Carey & A. Hart. 1835                         Boston, W.D. Ticknor. 1838
By A Player [pseud.]; 52 p.; 16 cm.                              September 13, 1838.; 18 p.; 24 cm.
   Reel: 51, No. 824                                                Reel: 51, No. 828

                                                                 Fields, James Thomas, 1816-1881.
                                                                    A few verses for a few friends.
                                                                 [1858]
                                                                 78 p.; 19 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 62, No. 1125


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Fields, James Thomas, 1816-1881.                                 Fish, Franklin W.
   Poems.                                                           The heart's musings.
Boston, W.D. Ticknor & company. 1849                             New York, R. Craighead, printer. 1850
vi p., 1 l., 99 p.; 18.5 cm.                                     177 p.
   Reel: 51, No. 829                                                Reel: 52, No. 831

Fights of faith, in two parts.                                   Fish, Franklin W.
Boston, Printed by Wells and Lilly. 1820                            The mind and the heart.
1 p. l., 47 p.; Cover title.                                     New York, Adriance, Sherman & co. 1851
   Reel: 29, No. 742                                             [8], 72 p.; 19 cm.; Half-title.
                                                                    Reel: 62, No. 1131
Finch, Francis Miles, 1827-1907.
   Poem, by Francis M. Finch, and the valedictory                Fish, Franklin W.
oration, by Horace Hollister, pronounced before the                 Poems.
senior class in Yale college, July 3, 1849.                      New Haven, T.H. Pease. 1855
New Haven, printed by J.H. Benham. 1849                          124 p.; 15 cm.
2 p.l., [5]-52 p.                                                   Reel: 62, No. 1132
   Reel: 52, No. 830
                                                                 [Fisher, -----].
Fink, William Wescott.                                              Poems.
   Valley Forge.                                                 Boston. February 1820
Des Moines, Mills & co., printers. 1870                          63 p.; Wegelin 963.
[8], 111 p.; 18.5 cm.; Contents.--Valley Forge.--                   Reel: 29, No. 744
Miscellaneous poems.
   Reel: 62, No. 1126                                            The Fisher boy.
                                                                 Philadelphia, Davis, Porter & co. [1850?]
Finley, John, 1797-1866.                                         Cover-title, [8] p.; col. illus.; 14 cm.
   The Hoosier's nest and other poems.                              Reel: 52, No. 838
Cincinnati, Moore, Wilstach & Baldwin, printers.
1866                                                             [Fisher, E. Burke] 1799?-1859?.
[2], v-105 p.; 19.5 cm.; Half-title.                                [The bench and bar of Cuyahoga County, a
   Reel: 62, No. 1127                                            modern epic by Timithy Jenkins, pseud.].
                                                                 [Cleveland]. [1843]
The Fireside picture alphabet.                                   42 p.; 18 cm.
Boston, Mayhew & Baker. [1858]                                      Reel: 52, No. 832
[26] p.; illus.; 20 cm.; Illustrated cover in colors;
alphabet letters in red.; Incomplete: letters A-Q only.;         [Fisher, E. Burke] 1799?-1859?.
At end: Printed by Alfred Mudge & son ... Engraved                  Wars of the Barnburners, of Cuyohoga County.
by John Andrew.; Title-page and text within red                  Cleveland, Pub. by the Author. 1844
border.                                                          An epic extraordinary. By Timothy Jenkins [pseud.];
   Reel: 62, No. 1129                                            Cover-title, 38 p.; 20 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 52, No. 833
The Fireside picture alphabet.
Boston, Mayhew & Baker. [1860?]                                  Fisher, Jonathan.
[26], [3] p.; illus.; 18 cm.; (Fireside picture-book); 3             Scripture animals, or Natural history of the living
pages of publisher's notices at end of book.                     creatures named in the Bible, written especially for
   Reel: 62, No. 1128                                            youth.
                                                                 Portland, W. Hyde. 1834
First and last, a poem intended to illustrate the ways           Illustrated with cuts...; ix p., 1 l., [1], 14-347 p.;
of God to man.                                                   Illus.; 19.5 cm.
Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & Co. 1864                             Reel: 52, No. 834
[4], 9-267 p.; 17.5 cm.
   Reel: 62, No. 1130                                            Fisher, Jonathan, 1768-1847.
                                                                     Short poems: including a sketch of the Scriptures
The First book of the American chronicles of the                 to the book of Ruth; Satan's great devise, or Lines on
times.                                                           intemperance: I and conscience, or A dialogue on
[Boston, Printed and sold by John Boyle, in                      Universalism: and a few others on various subjects.
Marborough street]. [1775]                                       Portland [Me.] A. Shirley. printer. 1827
[40] p.; 20 cm.; Caption title.                                  143, [1] p.; illus.; 15 cm.
   Reel: 29, No. 743                                                 Reel: 52, No. 835




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                                         American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                               Author Index

Fisher, Sidney George, 1809-1871.                             Fitch, Elijah, 1746-1788.
    Rustic rhymes.                                               The choice.
Philadelphia, Parry and McMillan. 1859                        Providence, Printed by John Carter. 1789
vii, [12]-113 p.                                              5 p.
    Reel: 62, No. 1133                                           Reel: 29, No. 749

Fisher, Sidney George, 1809-1871.                             Fitz Gerald, Sarah A., Mrs.
   Winter studies in the country.                                Poems and fugitive pieces.
Philadelphia, Parry & McMillan. 1856                          [New Haven, Conn.]. [1837-38]
[3], 6-43 p.; 16 cm.; Half-title.                             10 p.l, 91 numb. l., 1 l.; 29 cm.
   Reel: 62, No. 1134                                            Reel: 52, No. 842

Fisher, Thomas, 1801-1856.                                    Fitz, James.
    Dial of the seasons; or, A portraiture of nature.            Gallery of poetic pictures comprising true portraits
Philadelphia, Carey & Hart. 1845                              and fancy sketches, interspersed with humorous,
v, [5]-217 p., 1 l.; 21 cm.                                   moral, and solemn pieces, together with historic,
    Reel: 52, No. 836                                         patriotic, and sentimental poems and memories of the
                                                              past.
Fisher, Thomas, 1801-1856.                                    Virginia, C.H. Wynne. 1857
   Song of the sea shell, and other poems.                    [3], vi-195 p.; 17.5 cm.
Philadelphia, Printed by J.C. Robb. 1851                         Reel: 62, No. 1136
64 p.; 22.5 cm.
   Reel: 62, No. 1135                                         Flagg, Wilson, 1805-1884.
                                                                 Analysis of female beauty.
Fisher, Thomas, 1801-1856.                                    Boston, Published by Marsh, Capen & Lyon. 1834
   Song of the sea shells, and other poems.                   108 p.
Philadelphia, Printed by J. C. Robb. 1850                        Reel: 52, No. 843
64 p.; 21.5 cm.
   Reel: 52, No. 837                                          Flagg, Wilson, 1805-1884.
                                                                  The tailor's shop: or, Crowns of thorns and coats
Fisk, Charles.                                                of thistles.
   Poem, delivered before the Temperance society, in          Boston, Published by W.B. Kimball. 1844
East Brewer.                                                  Designed to tickle some and nettle others; intended
[n.p.] Merrill & Byram, printer. 1834                         chiefly for politicians ...; 58 p.
18 p.                                                             Reel: 52, No. 844
   Reel: 52, No. 839
                                                              Flanders, George Truesdale, 1820-1897.
[Fisk, G.M.].                                                    Manuscript poems, etc.
   A dissertation on courtships, and useful hints on          n.p. 1844
matrimony, a poem.                                            unp.; 24 cm.
Enfield, Mass. 1845                                              Reel: 52, No. 845
by the author of The Indian leap, &c.; 8 p.; 19 cm.
   Reel: 52, No. 840                                          Flash, H.L., 1835?-1914.
                                                                 Poems.
Fisk, G.M.                                                    New York, Rudd & Carleton. 1860
   Rural poems; or, Boyhood museings.                         [4], vii-168 p.; 19 cm.
Enfield, Mass. 1845                                              Reel: 62, No. 1137
author of The Indian leap, &c.; 24 p.; 16 cm.
   Reel: 52, No. 841                                          The Flea.
                                                              New York [Thomas O'Kane]. 1870
[Fisk, Joseph, 1701-?].                                       By you.; 24 p.; front. plates; 17 cm.
   The ten year's almanak; or, A poetical attempt               Reel: 62, No. 1138
made; beginning with the Annoq [!]; Domini, 1755,
and ending with year 1764.                                    Fleming, John, 1807-1894.
[Portsmouth, N.H., Daniel Fowle?]. 1765                          A short sermon, also hymns, in the Muskokee or
[1], 3, 60 p.; 17 cm.; Caption title.                         Creek language.
   Reel: 29, No. 747                                          Boston, Printed for the Board, by Crocker &
                                                              Brewster. 1835
Fitch, Elijah, 1746-1788.                                     By Rev. John Fleming, missionary of the American
   The beauties of religion.                                  board of commissioners for foreign missions.; 35 p.;
Providence, Printed by John Carter. 1789                      15 cm.
A poem. Addressed to youth. In five books.; 129 p.;              Reel: 52, No. 846
21 cm.
   Reel: 29, No. 748


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                                               Author Index

Fletcheran, pseud.                                             The Flowers of autumn.
   Wesleyan checks, or Hints in satire: occasioned by          Philadelphia, Printed for the authoress; J. Richards,
[G.W.] Musgrave's book on the polity of the                    printer. 1828
Methodist Episcopal church.                                    By the authoress of the "Cottage minstrel." To which
Baltimore, Parsons & Preston. 1843                             is added, a few pieces by a young female, late of this
21 p.                                                          city, dec'd.; 108 p.; front.; 15 cm.
   Reel: 52, No. 848                                               Reel: 52, No. 856

Flint, James.                                                  The Flower-vase; or, Pretty poems for good little
    ...Hymn composed by the Rev. James Flint, D.D.             children.
of the East church in Salem.                                   New York, Redfield. [185-?]
1867                                                           16 p.; illus.; 11.5 cm.; On cover: Third series, no. 11.
p. 74; 23 cm.                                                     Reel: 62, No. 1140
    Reel: 62, No. 1139
                                                               Fogg, Mary Middleton (Rutledge), 1800-1872.
Flint, James, 1779-1855.                                          Poems.
   Change: a poem, delivered before the Phi beta               [Nashville, Tenn.]. [1851]
kappa society of Harvard university, August 29,                60 p.; 19 cm.; Original covers and t.-p. wanting.
1839.                                                             Reel: 62, No. 1141
Salem, Printed at the Observer office. 1848
Printed, not published.; 24 p.; 22 cm.                         [Follen, Eliza Lee (Cabot)].
   Reel: 52, No. 849                                               Nursery songs, by the author of "Married life".
                                                               New York, E. Kearny. 1843
Flint, James, 1779-1855.                                       x, [11]-114 p.; front., illus.; 12 cm.
   Two discourses, delivered on taking leave of the                Reel: 53, No. 861
old church of the East society in Salem; Dec. 28,
1845.                                                          Follen, Eliza Lee (Cabot), 1787-1860.
Salem [Mass.] Printed at the Observer office. 1846                 Hymns, songs, and fables, for young people.
48 p.; 22.5 cm.                                                Boston, Crosby Nichols. 1854
   Reel: 52, No. 850                                           Revised and enlarged from the last edition.; viii, 99
                                                               p.; front. plates; 16 cm.
Flint, Micah P.                                                    Reel: 62, No. 1142
   The hunter, and other poems.
Boston, Cummings, Hilliard, and co. 1826                       Follen, Eliza Lee (Cabot), 1787-1860.
147 p.; 19 cm.                                                    Hymns, songs, and fables, for young people.
   Reel: 52, No. 851                                           Boston, W. Crosby and H.P. Nichols. 1851
                                                               Revised and enlarged from the last edition.; viii, 99,
The Flower basket, or Poetry for children.                     [12] p.; 16 cm.; Includes translations from the
Providence, Geo. P. Daniels. 1839                              German.; Without music.; 12 pages of publisher's
Embellished with cuts.; [5], 6-23 p.; 14.5 cm.                 notices at end of book.
   Reel: 52, No. 852                                              Reel: 62, No. 1143

The Flower basket; or, Poetry for children.                    Follen, Eliza Lee (Cabot), 1787-1860.
Providence, B.P. Daniels. 1843 [i.e. 1845]                         Little songs.
Embellished with cuts.; 23 p.                                  Boston, Nichols & Hall. 1870
   Reel: 52, No. 854                                           Illustrated with above fifty pictures.; 96 p. incl. front.,
                                                               illus.; 17 cm.; Earliest editions entitled: Little songs,
The Flower basket; or, Poetry for children.                    for little boys and girls, and Nursery songs.; Includes
Providence, Published by J. S. Hammond. 1841                   "The three little kittens (A cats tale, with additions)":
Embellished with cuts.; 23 p.; front., col. illus.; 15         pp. 91-94.
cm.                                                                Reel: 62, No. 1145
   Reel: 52, No. 853
                                                               Follen, Eliza Lee (Cabot), 1787-1860.
Flowers for a juvenile garland.                                    Little songs.
New Haven, S. Babcock. [1840]                                  Boston, Whittemore, Niles and Hall; Milwaukie, A.
8 p.; illus.; 7 cm.                                            Whittemore & co. 1856
   Reel: 52, No. 854.1                                         Illustrated with above fifty pictures.; 96 p.; incl.
                                                               front., illus.; 17 cm.; Earlier editions entitled: Little
Flowers for the nursery, or, A good child's nosegay,           songs, for little boys and girls, and Nursery songs.;
containing alphabets, easy lessons, &c.                        Includes "The three little kittens (A cat's tale, with
Concord, Atwood & Brown. 1837                                  additions":) p. 91-94.
A gift from mamma to her best love.; 16 p.; illus.; 10             Reel: 62, No. 1144
cm.; (Seventh ser., no. 5).
   Reel: 52, No. 855


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Follen, Eliza Lee (Cabot), 1787-1860.                               Forbes, Eli, 1726-1804.
   The pedler of dust sticks [and other poems.].                        A sermon, preached at New-Braintree, June 13,
Boston, Whittemore, Niles & Hall. 1857                              MDCCLXIX, at the funeral of Mr. Timothy Ware,
With illustrations by Billings.; Variously paged.                   who was suddenly killed by lightning on the evening
front.; 16 cm.; (Mrs. Follen's twilight stories).                   of the preceeding Sabbath.
   Reel: 63, No. 1146                                               Worcester [Mass.], Printed by Isaiah Thomas. 1784
                                                                    Made publick at desire of the parents and friends.; 1
Follen, Eliza Lee (Cabot), Mrs., 1787-1860.                         p.l., [1], 5-29 p.; 24 cm.; Includes A poetical essay, p.
   Hymns, songs, and fables, for young people.                      24-29.
Boston, W. Crosby and H.P. Nichols. 1847                                Reel: 29, No. 754
Rev. and enl. fron the last ed.; viii, 99 p.; 16 cm.
   Reel: 52, No. 857                                                Ford, Mary Anne (McMullen), 1841-1876.
                                                                       Poems, by Una [pseud.].
Follen, Eliza Lee (Cabot), Mrs., 1787-1860.                         Cincinnati, O., S.G. Cobb, printer. 1863
   Hymns, songs, and fables, for young people.                      216 p.; 19.5 cm.
Boston, W. Crosby and H.P. Nichols. 1848                               Reel: 63, No. 1147
Rev. and enl. from the last ed.; viii, 99 p.; illus., incl.
front.; 16 cm.                                                      Fordick, William Whiteman, 1825-1862.
   Reel: 53, No. 859                                                    Ariel and other poems.
                                                                    New York, Bunce & Brother. 1855
Follen, Eliza Lee (Cabot), Mrs., 1787-1860.                         Illustrated with designs by Dallas.; [5], 10-316 p.;
   Poems.                                                           front. plates.; 19.5 cm.; Half-title.
Boston, W. Crosby & co. 1839                                            Reel: 63, No. 1148
2 p.l., [ix]-xii, 13-192 p.; front.; 18.5 cm.
   Reel: 53, No. 862                                                Forrest, Michael.
                                                                       Travels through America.
[Follen, Eliza Lee (Cabot), Mrs.] 1787-1860.                        Philadelphia, Printed by Johnston & Justice, at
   Hymns, songs and fables, for children, by the                    Franklin's head, no. 41, Chesnut street. 1793
author of 'The well-spent hour'.                                    A poem.; 50 p.; 18.5 cm.; Four miscellaneous poems
Boston, L.C. Bowles. 1833                                           appended (p. 43-50).
2d ed. with additions.; 51 p.; 15 cm.                                  Reel: 29, No. 756
   Reel: 53, No. 858
                                                                    Forsett, John, fl. 1828.
[Follen, Eliza Lee (Cabot)] 1787-1860.                                 [Manuscript book of poetry].
   Nursery songs, by the author of "Married life".                  London. 1828-
New York, S. Colman. 1839                                           162 p.; 20 cm.
142 p.; front., illus.                                                 Reel: 53, No. 864
   Reel: 53, No. 860
                                                                    Forsyth, James F.
The Following lines were compos'd by the desire of a                    Norwich; a poem.
friend upon the death of Mr. Timothy Bacon, who                     Norwich, J.W. Stedman. 1850
died 24th of May, A.D. 1794, in the 23d year of his                 vi, [9]-71 p.
age.                                                                    Reel: 53, No. 864.1
[n.p.]. [n.d.]
broadside.                                                          Forward, Pliny M.
    Reel: 29, No. 751                                                  The offering: a few poems.
                                                                    Southwick, Mass., Printed for the author. 1843
Foote, Samuel, 1720-1777.                                           60 p.; 15 cm.
    The bankrupt; a comedy in three acts.                              Reel: 53, No. 865
New York, Published by D. Longworth, at the
Dramatic Repository, Shakespeare Gallery. Oct. 1813                 Foss, John, 1774?-1800.
[first published in London, 1776.]; 52 p.; 14.5 cm.;                    The Algerine slaves; a poem.
"Yankee frolics. Brought down to Feb. 23, 1813": p.                 Newburyport, Printed by Angier March, Middle
[51]-52.                                                            street. 1798
    Reel: 29, No. 753                                               By a citizen of Newburyport.; (In Foss, John. A
                                                                    journal of the captivity and sufferings of John Foss;
Footsteps on the road to learning; or, The alphabet in              several years a prisoner at Algiers. Newburyport
rhyme.                                                              [1798?] [3], 178-189 p. 18.5 cm.).
New Haven, S. Babcock. 1849                                             Reel: 29, No. 757
16 p.; illus.; 11 cm.
   Reel: 53, No. 863                                                [Foster, Benjamin Franklin].
                                                                        Humbug.
                                                                    [New York]. [1845?]
                                                                    4, [v]-[viii] p.; 23 cm.
                                                                        Reel: 53, No. 866

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Foster, Dr., pseud.                                             Foster, Nathan Lanesford, 1787-1859.
   A few stray thoughts from the manuscript writing                The last of his family; and other poems,
of Dr. Foster.                                                  occasional and miscellaneous.
Brooklyn, E.B. Spooner. 1853                                    Philadelphia, The author. 1850
64 p.                                                           4th ed., with additions.; 1 p.l., 5-vii, 9-228 p.; front.,
   Reel: 63, No. 1149                                           19 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 53, No. 871
[Foster, Hannah (Webster), Mrs.] 1759-1840.
   The boarding school; or, Lessons of a preceptress            Foster, Nathan Lanesford, 1787-1859.
to her pupils; consisting of information, instruction,             The last of his family; and other poems,
and advice, calculated to improve the manners, and              occasional and miscellaneous.
form the character of young ladies.                             Philadelphia, the author. 1852
Boston, Printed by Isaiah Thomas and E.T. Andrews.              A new edition revised.; [2], 5-228 p.; front.; 18.5 cm.
Sold by them, by C. Bingham and other booksellers                  Reel: 63, No. 1151
in Boston; by I. Thomas, Worcester; by Thomas,
Andrews & Penniman, Albany; and by Thomas,                      Foster, Nathan Lanesford, 1787-1859.
Andrews & Butler, Baltimore. June, 1798                             The last of his family; and other poems;
To which is added a collection of letters written by            occasional and miscellaneous.
the pupils to their instructor, their friends, and each         Philadelphia, G.W. Gorton. 1841
other. By a lady of Massachusetts, author of The                vi, [13]-229 p.; front.; 19 cm.
coquette. Published according to act of Congress.;                  Reel: 53, No. 870
252 p.; 17 cm.
   Reel: 29, No. 758                                            Foster, Ruby, 1791-1812.
                                                                    Miscellaneous writings of Ruby Foster, who died
[Foster, Hannah (Webster)] 1759-1840.                           in Andover, Mass. August 5, 1812 in the 21st year of
   Boarding school; or, Lessons of a preceptress to             her age.
her pupils; consisting of information, instruction and          Boston, Samuel T. Armstrong, and sold by him, no.
advice, calculated to improve the manners and form              50, Cornhill, where are constantly for sale religious
the character of young ladies.                                  books in great variety. 1813
Boston, J. P. Peaslee. 1829                                     Selected from her diary, other private papers, and
To which is added, a collection of letters, written by          letters to her friends.; Bibles for families, closets,
the pupils to their instructuress, their friends, and           pockets or schools, very cheap,; 72 p.; 24.
each other. By a lady of Massachusetts, author of the               Reel: 29, No. 759
Coquette.; 228 p.; front.; 16 cm.
   Reel: 53, No. 867                                            Foster, William C.
                                                                   Poetry on different subjects, written under the
Foster, Hosea Ballou, d. 1859.                                  signature of Timothy Spectacles.
    Poems.                                                      Salem, (N.Y.), Printed by John M. Tooker, for the
Montpelier, Vt., Ballou, Loveland & co. 1860                    author. 1805
vi, [7]-72 p.; 15 cm.                                           Copy-right secured.; xii, 144 p.
    Reel: 63, No. 1150                                             Reel: 29, No. 760

Foster, John Wells, 1815-1873.                                  Fowle, William Bentley, 1795-1865.
    The love of country.                                           Parlor dramas, or; Dramatic scenes for home
Middletown [Conn.] Printed by W.D. Starr. 1835                  amusement.
A poem, delivered before the Philorhetorian Society,            Boston, M. Cotton. 1857
of the Wesleyan university, on the evening preceding            312, 8 p.; 19 cm.; 8 pages of publisher's notices at
commencement, Aug. 25, 1835. Pub. by request of                 end of book.
the Society.; 16 p.; 24 cm.                                        Reel: 63, No. 1153
    Reel: 53, No. 868
                                                                Fowler and Wells, New York.
Foster, Nathan Lanesford, 1787-1859.                               A poetical sketch of Folwer and Wells'
   The last of his family, and other poems,                     Phrenological Museum, 308 Broadway, New York.
occasional and miscellaneous.                                   New York. [184-?]
Philadelphia, the author. 1854                                  6 p.; 22 cm.
A new edition, revised.; [2], 5-228 p.                             Reel: 53, No. 875
   Reel: 63, No. 1152
                                                                Fowler, George.
Foster, Nathan Lanesford, 1787-1859.                               The examiner.
   Last of his family; and other poems, occasional              Washington, Printed for the author. 1835
and miscellaneous.                                              78 p.; 13 cm.
Philadelphia, G.W. Gorton. 1842                                    Reel: 53, No. 872
2 ed. [enl.]; viii, 9-228 p.; front.; 19.5 cm.
   Reel: 53, No. 869


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Fowler, Lorenzo Niles, 1811-1896.                                Foxcroft, Thomas, 1697-1769.
   Principles of phrenology and physiology applied                   A sermon preach'd at Cambrige [!] after the
to man's social relations; together with an analysis of          funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Foxcroft, late wife of
the domestic feelings.                                           Francis Foxcroft, esq; who died there July 4th. 1721,
New York, L.N. & O.S. Fowler. 1842                               in the 57th year of her age.
135 p.                                                           Boston in New-England, Printed by B. Green, for
   Reel: 53, No. 873                                             Samuel Gerrish, at his shop nigh the first brick
                                                                 church. 1721
Fowler, Manly B.                                                 With an addition, chiefly referring to her death; also a
    The prophecy; or, Love and friendship: a drama,              funeral poem of the Reverend Mr. John Danforth. By
in three acts.                                                   T.F. one of the bereaved sons.; 2 p.l., iv, 55 p.; 18.5
New York, Murden and Thomson. 1821                               cm.
34 p.; 15 cm.                                                        Reel: 29, No. 767
    Reel: 53, No. 874
                                                                 Foxhall, pseud.
Fox, Charles H., 1828-1864.                                         Gleanings from the field of truth, in prose and
   Fox's Ethiopian comicalities; containing strange              verse.
sayings, eccentric doings.                                       Baltimore, W.F. Richstein. [1866]
New York, Dick & Fitzgerald. [c1859]                             24 p.
funny stories ... as recited by the celebrated Ethiopian            Reel: 63, No. 1156
comedian [Charles H. Fox] ... Arranged and compiled
by M.C. Campbell.; [4], vii-72, [2] p.; 2 pages of               Fraetas, Joseph A.
publisher's notices at end of book.                                 The fugitive from Helicon, being Fragments from
   Reel: 63, No. 1154                                            an unpublished poem, entitled Midsummer.
                                                                 New York, Published for private distribution. 1844
Fox, Mary Anna.                                                  3 p.l., 9-50 p.
   The discontented robins.                                         Reel: 54, No. 880
Boston, Saxton and Peirce. 1842
to which is added, The Canary bird; tr. from the                 [Frame, Eliza].
German of Schmidt.; 155 p.; 16 cm.                                   Descriptive sketches of Nova Scotia, in prose and
   Reel: 53, No. 876                                             verse, by a Nova Scotian.
                                                                 Halifax, N.S., A. & W. Mackinlay. 1864
Fox, Mary Anna.                                                  Dedicated by permission to Lady MacDonnell.; 1 p.l.,
   The discontented robins, and other stories, for the           iii p., 1 l., 242, iii, [1] p.; 20 cm.
young.                                                               Reel: 63, No. 1157
Boston, C. Fox. [c1847]
131 p.; front., illus.; 17 cm.                                   Francis, Valentine Mott, 1834-1907.
   Reel: 54, No. 878                                                The fight for the union.
                                                                 New York, J.F. Trow, printer. 1863
Fox, Mary Anna.                                                  A poem.; [9], 8-14 p.; 22 cm.; Half-title.
   The discontented robins, and other stories, for the              Reel: 63, No. 1158
young.
Boston, C. Fox. 1849                                             Frank; or, Who's the croaker.
131 p.; front., plates.; 16 cm.                                  New York, Published by George S. Wharam. 1820
   Reel: 54, No. 879                                             41 p.
                                                                    Reel: 29, No. 768
Fox, Mary Anna.
   The discontented robins, and other stories, for the           Frankenstein, John.
young.                                                              American art: its awful altitude.
Boston, Ela & co. 1846                                           Cincinnati, Ohio. 1864
130 p.                                                           A satire...; viii, [9]-112 p.; 19 cm.
   Reel: 53, No. 877                                                Reel: 63, No. 1159

Foxcroft, Frank, 1850-1921.                                      Franklin Lyceum. Providence (R.I.).
   "Transcript" pieces.                                             Dedication of Lyceum hall.
North Adams, Mass., J.T. Robinson & co., printers.               Providence, Printed by order of the Franklin lyceum.
1868                                                             1859
92 p.; 17 cm.                                                    Oration, by Frances E. Hoppin, and poem, by Henry
   Reel: 63, No. 1155                                            C. Whitaker, delivered upon the occasion of opening
                                                                 the new rooms of the Franklyn lyceum, November
                                                                 19, 1858, with a sketch of the other dedicatory
                                                                 exercises.; 53 p.; 23 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 63, No. 1160



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Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.                                  Free thoughts on faith: or The religion of nature.
   ...Poor Richard's almanac for 1851.                          New York, Printed by S.H. Jackson. 1825
Annual illustrated edition. New-York, J. Doggett jr.            A poem. First American, from the third English
1850                                                            edition. To which is now added, The Bible of nature,
The astronomical calculations adapted to Boston,                by H. S. Ellenwood.; 1 p.l., 30 p.; 19 cm.
New-York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington,                     Reel: 54, No. 884
Charleston and New-Orleans. To which is added ...
the life of the great philosopher, written by himself.;         Freeman, F.W.
60 p.                                                              A Scottish ballad.
   Reel: 54, No. 882                                            Boston. 1869
                                                                written as a prize poem for the exhibition of Chauncy
Frank's adventures at home and abroad.                          Hall school, January 20, 1869.; [16] p.
Troy, N.Y., Merriam & Moore. [184-?]                               Reel: 64, No. 1168
Variously paged.; front.; 15 cm.
   Reel: 54, No. 881                                            [Freeman, Julia Deane].
                                                                    Women of the South distinguished in literature.
Fraser, D.                                                      New York, Derby & Jackson. 1861
   The mental flower-garden; or Instructive and                 By Mary Forest [pseud.]...; 4 p.l., v-vi, ix-xvi, 13-511
entertaining companion for the fair-sex.                        p.; front., ports.; 25 cm.
Danbury, Printed by Douglas & Nichols. 1800                         Reel: 63, No. 1164
By [a] teacher in New York, author of The young
gentleman and lady's assistant, Columbian monitor,              [Freeman, Nathaniel Chapman].
Select biography, &c.; 208, [4] p.; front.                         Oman of Glenaldon: a tale.
   Reel: 30, No. 771                                            Philadelphia, King & Baird. 1863
                                                                And the Mermaid: a tale.; 17, [4], 6-20 p.
Fraser, John, 1820-1899.                                           Reel: 64, No. 1165
   A tale of the sea, and other poems.
Montreal, Dawson Bros. 1870                                     [Freeman, Nathaniel Chapman].
87 p.; front., illus.; 21 cm.; Pages 5-32 numbered on              Parnassus in Philadelphia.
one side only.                                                  Philadelphia. 1854
   Reel: 63, No. 1161                                           A satire, by Peter Pindar, jr. (pseud.); 58 p.; 18.5 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 64, No. 1166
Fraser, Thomas.
   Prize poem: written for the Baltimore Burns club.            Freeman, Nathaniel Chapman.
Baltimore, S.S. Mills. 1859                                        The twilight dream and moments of solitude.
Centennial celebration of the birthday of Burns 25th,           Philadelphia, Lindsey & Blakiston.
January 1859.; 12 p.                                            141 p.
   Reel: 63, No. 1162                                              Reel: 64, No. 1167

The Fraternal tribute of respect paid to the masonic            The Freemason's annual: a gift for all seasons.
character of Washington, in the Union Lodge, in                 New York, Leavitt & Allen. [n.d.]
Dorchester, January 7th, A.L. 5800.                             viii, [2], [9]-263 p.
Charlestown, Printed by Samuel Etherbridge. 1800                    Reel: 54, No. 883.1
13, [2] p.
   Reel: 30, No. 772                                            Freemasons. Connecticut. Grand Chapter of
                                                                Royal Arch Masons.
Free Masonry: a poem.                                              Proceedings of the Grand chapter of Royal Arch
Leister [Mass.] S.A. Whittmore. 1830                            Masons.. at the annual convocation.
In three cantos. Accompanied with notes, illustrative           West Hartford, Printed by Companion William
of the history, policy, principles, &c. of the masonic          Storer. 1865
institution; shewing the coincidence of its spirit and          38 p.; 23 cm.
design with ancient Jesuitism... By a citizen of                   Reel: 64, No. 1169
Massachusetts.; viii, [9]-216 p.; 19 cm.
    Reel: 54, No. 883                                           Freese, Jacob R., 1826-1885.
                                                                    ... Jesus, a Biblical and poetical biography.
Free Religious Association. Boston (Mass.).                     Philadelphia. [1852]
   Proceedings at the second annual meeting of the              To which are added ... a few miscellaneous poems...;
Free Religious Association.                                     96 p.; front.; 18 cm.; At head of title: "The Christian
Boston, Robert bros. 1869                                       gift book.".
[5], 4-123 p.                                                       Reel: 64, No. 1170
   Reel: 63, No. 1163




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                                               Author Index

Freiligrath, Ferdinand, 1810-1876.                               Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.
    Ferdinand Freiligrath's sämmtliche Werke.                       A laughable poem; or Robert Slender's journey
New York, Friedrich Gerhard. 1858                                from Philadelphia to New York, by way of
Vollständige.original-ausgabe. Bierter Band.; 326, iv            Burlington and South Amboy.
p.; 20 cm.; Includes German translation of                       Philadelphia, Printed for Thomas Neversink.
Lonfellow's Excelsior, and others of his selected                December 20, 1809
poems.                                                           [the] author of poems written during the American
    Reel: 64, No. 1171                                           revolutionary war, and lately published in this city by
                                                                 Lydia R. Bailey, in two volumes, duodecimo.; 24 p.
Freligh, John Simmons, 1804-1856.                                   Reel: 30, No. 785
    Poems.
St. Louis, Printed by Charles & Hammond. 1852                    Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.
163 p.; 16.5 cm.                                                    Mac Swiggin; a satire.
    Reel: 64, No. 1172                                           [n.p.]. [n.d.]
                                                                 Written 1775.; (In his Poems. Philadelphia, 1786, p.
French, Benjamin Brown, 1800-1870.                               95-100).
   "The changes of earth", a poem.                                  Reel: 30, No. 787
[Washington]. [1845?]
delivered before the Capitol Hill institute, in the city         Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.
of Washington.; 15 p.; 20 cm.                                       The miscellaneous works of Mr. Philip Freneau,
   Reel: 54, No. 885                                             containing his essays and additional poems.
                                                                 Philadelphia, Printed by Francis Bailey, at Yorick's
French, Francis Ormond, 1837-1893.                               head, in Market street. 1788
   Class poem: Harvard college [We award college.].              429 p.; 17 cm.
Printed for private distribution, New York, R.                      Reel: 30, No. 790
MaCoy. 1857
30 p.; 22.5 cm.                                                  Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.
   Reel: 64, No. 1173                                               On the conqueror of America shut up in Boston.
                                                                 New York. Published in August 1775
French, L. Virginia (Smith), 1825-1881.                          (In his Poems. Philadelphia, 1786, p. 85-86).
    Wind-whispers; a collection of poems.                           Reel: 30, No. 800
Nashville, Tenn., The author. 1856
xii, [13]-272 p.; 20 cm.                                         Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.
    Reel: 64, No. 1174                                              The poems of Philip Freneau.
                                                                 Philadelphia, Printed by Francis Bailey, at Yorick's
Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.                                head in Market street. 1786
   The American village, a poem.                                 Written chiefly during the late war.; viii, 407 p.
New-York, Printed by S. Inslee and A. Car, on                       Reel: 31, No. 802
Moor's wharf. 1772
To which are added several other original pieces in              Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.
verse.; 1 p.l., 27, [1] p.; With mss. notes.                         Poems on various subjects, but chiefly illustrative
   Reel: 30, No. 777                                             of the events and actors in the American war of
                                                                 independence.
Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.                                London, J.R. Smith. 1861
   A collection of poems on American affairs and a               Reprinted from the rare edition printed at
variety of other subjects, chiefly moral and political;          Philadelphia in 1786. With a preface.; xxii, 362 p.; 17
written between the year 1797 and the present time.              cm.
New York, Published by David Longworth, at the                       Reel: 64, No. 1175
Dramatic Repository, Shakespeare Gallery. 1815
2 v. in 1. 14 cm.                                                Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.
   Reel: 30, No. 779                                                Poems relating to the American revolution.
                                                                 New York, W.J. Widdleton. 1865
Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.                                With an introductory memoir and notes by Evert A.
   The expedition of Timothy Taurus, astrologer, to              Duyckinck.; [3], vi-xxxviii, 288 p.; front. (port.),
the Falls of Passaick River, in New Jersey.                      facsim. 21 cm.; Half-title.; "'One hundred copies'
[n.p.]. 1809                                                     were printed on large paper, royal octavo size."--
Written soon after an excursion to the village at that           Paltsits, Bibl. of ... Freneau, 1903, p. 88.
place in August 1775, under the character of Timothy                Reel: 64, No. 1176
Taurus, a student in astrology; and formerly printed
in New York.; (In his Poems on several occasions.; p.
167-178).
   Reel: 30, No. 780




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Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.                               [Freneau, Philip Morin] 1752-1832.
   Poems written and published during the American                 A journey from Philadelphia to New York, by
revolutionary war, and now republished from the                 way of Burlington and South Amboy.
original manuscripts; interspersed with translations            Philadelphia, Printed by Francis Bailey, at Yorick's
from the ancients, and other pieces not heretofore in           head in Market street. 1787
print.                                                          By Robert Slender, stocking weaver. Extracted from
Philadelphia, From the press of Lydia R. Bailey, no.            the author's journals.; 28 p.
10, North Alley. 1809                                              Reel: 30, No. 783
3d ed., in 2 v.; 2 v.; illus. (port.); 18 cm.
   Reel: 31, No. 803                                            [Freneau, Philip Morin] 1752-1832.
                                                                    Means for the preservation of public liberty.
Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.                               New York, Printed at the Argus office, for Thomas
  Poems written between the years 1768 & 1794.                  Greenleaf and Naphtali Judah. 1797
Monmouth, N.J., Printed at the press of the author at           An oration delivered in the New Dutch Church, on
Mount-Pleasant, near Middletown-Point. 1795                     the fourth of July, 1797. Being the twenty-first
new ed. rev. & corr.; 2 p.l., [ix]-xv, 455, [1] p.              anniversary of our independence. By G. J. Warner.; 1
  Reel: 31, No. 804                                             p.l., 22 p.; Contains on pp. 20-21, "Ode (composed
                                                                for the occasion, by P. Freneau.) The Musick
Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832.                               performed by the Uranian Musical society.".
   Poems written between the years 1768 and 1794.                   Reel: 30, No. 788
Monmouth [N.J.] Printed at the press of the author, at
Mount Pleasant, near Middletown Point. 1795                     [Freneau, Philip Morin] 1752-1832.
A new ed., rev. and cor. by the author; including a                A poem on the rising glory of America; being an
considerable number of pieces never before                      exercise delivered at the public commencement at
published.; and of American Independence.; 2 p.l.,              Nassau hall, September 25, 1771.
[1], x-xv, [1], 455, [1] p.                                     Philadelphia, Printed by Joseph Crukshank, for R.
   Reel: 30, No. 799                                            Aitken, bookseller, opposite the London coffee house
                                                                in Front street. 1772
[Freneau, Philip Morin] 1752-1832.                              27, [1] p.; 18 cm.
    American independence, an everlasting                          Reel: 30, No. 801
deliverance from British tyranny.
Philadelphia, Printed by Robert Bell, in Third street.          [Freneau, Philip Morin] 1752-1832.
1778                                                               Poems on Megara and Altavola.
A poem, by Philip F-----, author of The American                Philadelphia. 1809
village, Voyage to Boston, etc.; 1 p.l., [115]-126, [2]         To a female satirist (an English actress) on receiving
p.; 21 cm.; Excerpt from Murray, James. The travels             from her No. 1 of a very satirical and biting attack.;
of the imagination; a true journey from Newcastle to            (In Poems written and published during the American
London ... Philadelphia, R. Bell, 1778.                         revolution... Vol. II, p. 30-34); Caption title.
    Reel: 30, No. 775                                              Reel: 30, No. 789

[Freneau, Philip Morin] 1752-1832.                              [Freneau, Philip Morin] 1752-1832.
   American liberty, a poem.                                       The present situation of affairs in North America.
New-York, Printed by J. Anderson, at Beekman Slip.              [Philadelphia, B. Towne]. [1775]
1775                                                            A poem.; 8 p.; 19 cm.; Caption title.
12 p.; 20.5 cm.; With mss. notes and corrections.                  Reel: 31, No. 805
   Reel: 30, No. 776
                                                                [Freneau, Philip Morin] 1752-1832.
[Freneau, Philip Morin] 1752-1832.                                 The village merchant.
   The British prison-ship: A poem, in four cantoes.            Philadelphia, Printed by Hoff and Derrick. 1794
Philadelphia, Printed by F. Bailey, Market street.              A poem. To which is added The country printer.; 16
1781                                                            p.
Viz. canto 1. The capture, 2. The prison-ship, 3. The              Reel: 31, No. 810
prison-ship, continued, 4. The hospital-prison-ship.
To which is added, A poem on the death of Capt. N.              [Freneau, Philip Morin] 1752-1832.
Biddle, who was blown up in an engagement with the                  A voyage to Boston.
Yarmouth near Barbadoes.; 23 p.                                 Philadelphia, sold by William Woodhouse, in Font
   Reel: 30, No. 778                                            street. 1775
                                                                A poem. By the author of American liberty, a poem:
                                                                General Gage's soliloquy, &c.; 24 p.; 22 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 31, No. 811




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                                             Author Index

The Friar and the boy. Jack the piper, or The pleasant         Frothingham, Nathaniel Langdon, 1793-1870.
pastime of a fryar and boy.                                       Metrical pieces, translated and original.
New York, printed by D.J. Dunn. 1831                           Boston, Roberts Brothers. 1870
[2nd ed.]; 23 p.                                               Part second.; viii, 276 p.; 18 cm.; Author's
   Reel: 54, No. 886                                           autographed presentation copy.
                                                                  Reel: 64, No. 1182
Friendships echo, being a collection of verses by
H.J.K.                                                         Fulkerson, Abram.
Baltimore, J.F. Weishampel Jr. 1853                               Howard Hynes; or, The enthusiast of nature, and
59 p.                                                          other poems.
   Reel: 64, No. 1177                                          Louisville, Hulls & Shannon. 1851
                                                               192 p.
Friendship's offering, a collection of fragments from             Reel: 64, No. 1183
an author's portfolio.
Charleston, S. Carolina, J. & D. Phynney. 1852                 Fuller, Andrew, 1754-1815.
32 p.; 15 cm.; The name "Parisot" has been penciled               Dialogues, letters and essays, on various subjects.
in as possible author.                                         Hartford, Published by Oliver D. Cooke; J. Seymour,
    Reel: 64, No. 1178                                         printer, New York. 1810
                                                               To which is annexed, An essay on truth; containing
Frisbie, Fannie.                                               an inquiry into its nature and importance; with the
   The bridal bouquet.                                         causes of error, and the reasons of its being
New York, J.Q Preble. [c1855]                                  permitted.; 1 p.l., 258 p.; 18.5 cm.
96 p.; 8 cm.                                                      Reel: 31, No. 813
   Reel: 64, No. 1179
                                                               [Fuller, Hiram] 1814?-1880.
Frisbie, Levi, 1748-1806.                                          Belle Brittan on a tour, at Newport, and here and
   A collection of the miscellaneous writings of               there.
Professor Frisbie, with some notices of his life and           New York, Derby & Jackson. 1858
character, by Andrews Norton.                                  xii, [13]-359 p.; 19 cm.
Boston, Cummings. 1823                                             Reel: 65, No. 1184
235 p.; 25 cm.
   Reel: 54, No. 888                                           Fuller, Jane Gay.
                                                                  The Brownings: a tale of the great rebellion [and
[Frost, A.].                                                   Lucy Lee; or, All things for Christ].
   Summary of the Holy Bible in rhyme.                         New York, M.W. Dodd. 1867
[Burlington, H.J.]. [1848]                                     [3], 10-310 pp.; plate; 17 cm.; Half-title.
[and other manuscript poems. Written at Burlington                Reel: 65, No. 1185
College, Burlington, N.J., 1848, for John Lathrop of
Boston, Mass.]; [5] p.; 19 cm.                                 Fuller, Richard Frederick, 1821-1869.
   Reel: 54, No. 889                                              Visions in verse; or, Dreams of creation and
                                                               redemption.
[Frost, John] 1800-1859.                                       Boston, Lee and Shepard. 1864
   Robert Ramble's [pseud.] scenes in the country.             282 p.; 17.5 cm.
Boston, William H. Hill, Jr., & co. [186-?]                       Reel: 65, No. 1186
[3], 5-93 p.; illus., incl. front., plates.; 15 cm.
   Reel: 64, No. 1180                                          Fullerton, Eleanor.
                                                                  Original poetry, by Violet Fuller.
Frothingham, Nathaniel Langdon, 1793-1870.                     London, Sampson Low, son, & Morston. 1870
   Bible educating the human race, a sermon                    [4], 64 p.
preached at the ordination of Mr. Edgar Buckingham.               Reel: 65, No. 1187
Boston, Printed by J.T. Buckingham. 1836
31 p.; 21 cm.                                                  Fulton, J.A.
   Reel: 54, No. 890                                              Lines on the occasion of the fifty-ninth
                                                               anniversary of the Amicable Fire Society.
Frothingham, Nathaniel Langdon, 1793-1870.                     Cambridge [Mass.]. 1869
    Metrical pieces, translated and original.                  Printed by request of the Society.; 52 p.; With this is
Boston, Crosby, Nichols & co. 1855                             bound his: Lines on the occasion of the separation of
xii, 363 p.                                                    the jurymen ... Boston, 1874.
    Reel: 64, No. 1181                                            Reel: 65, No. 1188




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A Funeral elegy on the revd.and renowned George                 G., W.
Whitefield, Chaplain to the Right Honorable the                    A brief narrative, or poem, giving an account of
Countess of Huntington.                                         the hostile action of some pagan indians towards
Boston, Printed and sold at the printing office in Milk         Lieut.
street. 1770                                                    Newburyport, from a reprint by I. Thomas and H.W.
broadside.                                                      Tinges, Printed by W. & J. Gilman. 1834
    Reel: 31, No. 816                                           Jacob Tilton and his brother Daniel Tilton, both of
                                                                the town of Ipswich, as they were on board a small
A Funeral elegy, occasioned by the tragedy, at Salem            vessel at the eastward: which happened in the
near Boston, on Thursday afternoon, the 17th of June            summer-time, in the year 1722. With an account of
1773, at which time the 10 following persons.                   the valiant exploits of the said Tiltons, and their
[Boston]. [1773]                                                victorious conquest over their insulting enemies.;
were drowned having been out on a party of                      broadside.
pleasure...; broadside.                                            Reel: 32, No. 819
   Reel: 31, No. 815
                                                                G., W.
Funny stories; or, The American jester.                             A brief narrative, or poem, giving an account of
New York, Published by Evert Duyckinck, 102 Pearl               the hostile actions of some pagan indians towards
street. 1814                                                    Lieutenant Jacob Tilton and his brother Daniel
Being a companion for a merry good fellow.                      Tilton, both of Ipswich as they were on board of a
Containing stories, funny anecdotes, wise sayings,              small vessel at the east-ward; which happened.
smart repartee, etc.; 108 p.; 14 cm.                            [Newburyport, 1774] from a reprint by I. Thomas and
    Reel: 32, No. 817                                           H.W. Tinges, printed by W. & J. Gilman, no. 9, State
                                                                street, Boston, Printed by Robert Wier. June 1834;
Furman, Garrit.                                                 March 1852
  The Maspeth poems.                                            in...1722.; broadside.
New York. 1837                                                      Reel: 32, No. 818
128 p.; por. 8 pl.
   Reel: 54, No. 892                                            Gage, Frances Dana (Barker), 1808-1884.
                                                                    Poems.
Furman, Garrit.                                                 Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1867
   Rural hours.                                                 viii, 9-252 p.; front. (port.); 19 cm.
[Maspeth]. [1824]                                                   Reel: 65, No. 1191
A poem.; 70 p.
   Reel: 54, No. 893                                            Gage, William Leonard, 1832-1889.
                                                                   Verses.
Furman, Richard, 1816-1886.                                     New York, Hurd & Houghton. 1870
    The pleasures of piety and other poems.                     36 p.; 21.5 cm.
Charleston, S.C., S.G. Courtenay & co. 1859                        Reel: 65, No. 1192
viii, [9]-220 p.; 19 cm.
    Reel: 65, No. 1189                                          Gaiamaz, Yasef Ebn.
                                                                   The story of the young and beautiful Caremsil: a
[Furniss, William] 1820-1882.                                   poem.
   Swallows on the wing o'er garden springs of                  Philadelphia. 1833
delight; a medley of prose and verse.                           58 p.
New York, M. Doolady. 1866                                         Reel: 54, No. 895
By Will De Grasse [pseud.]; 81, [15] p.; front.; 18
cm.; 15 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.            Gaillard, William, b. 1807.
   Reel: 65, No. 1190                                              Poems and religious experience; with an elaborate
                                                                sketch of the life and writings, of John Locke, of
Future life of the good.                                        England.
Boston. 1839                                                    Cincinnati, The author, [etc.,etc.]. [1860?]
108 p.; 18 cm.                                                  [6], 120, 22 p.; fronts.; 16 cm.; 3 pages of publisher's
   Reel: 54, No. 894                                            notices at beginning of book.
                                                                   Reel: 65, No. 1193

                                                                Gallagher, William Davis, 1808-1894.
                                                                   Address and poem before the Philalathean society
                                                                of Hanover college, Indiana.
                                                                Cincinnati, Printed by L'Hommedieu & co. 1846
                                                                August 17, 1846...; 39 p.
                                                                   Reel: 55, No. 898




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Gallagher, William Davis, 1808-1894.                             Gallaudot, Thomas H[opkins, 1787-1851].
   Erato, no. I.                                                     A sermon delivered at the opening of the
Cincinnati, Published by Josiah Drake. 1835                      Connecticut Asylum for the Education and
36 p.; 17 cm.                                                    Instruction of Deaf and Dumb Persons, at the request
   Reel: 54, No. 896                                             of the directors, on Sunday evening, April 20th,
                                                                 1817, in the Brick Church in Hartford.
Gallagher, William Davis, 1808-1894.                             Hartford, Hudson and Co., printers. 1817
   Erato, no. II.                                                Printed for the benefit of the Asylum.; 15 p.; 22 cm.
Cincinnati, Alexander Flash. 1835                                    Reel: 32, No. 820
60 p.
   Reel: 54, No. 897                                             Games of Greece; or, The reformation of man!.
                                                                 Boston. [c1845]
Gallaher, James, 1792-1853.                                      A poem in six cantos, with a prologue and
    The pilgrimage of Adam and David; with sketches              epilogue...; 16 p.; port.; 28 cm.
of their heavenly employment.                                       Reel: 55, No. 905
Cincinnati, Derby, Bradley & co. 1846
A Bible allegory.; 4th ed.; xi, [1], [13]-420 p.; 20 cm.         Ganilh, Anthony.
    Reel: 55, No. 899                                               Odes, and fugitive poetry.
                                                                 Boston, Printed by W. Smith. 1830
Gallaudet, Thomas Hopkins, 1787-1851.                            36 p.; 21 cm.
    The child's book on the soul.                                   Reel: 55, No. 906
Hartford, Belknap & Hamersley. 1836
Two parts in one...; 5th ed., with questions.; 2 v. in           Ganilh, Anthony.
1.; plates.; 14 cm.                                                 Southern liberty, a satire: and other poems.
    Reel: 55, No. 901                                            New York, Published by the author. 1834
                                                                 70 p.; 17 cm.
Gallaudet, Thomas Hopkins, 1787-1851.                               Reel: 55, No. 907
  The child's book on the soul.
New York, American tract society. [1836]                         Gannett, Ezra S., 1801-1871.
Two parts in one.; 2 p.l., [3]-155 p.; front., plates.               A discourse delivered in the meetinghouse on
  Reel: 55, No. 902                                              Church green, Boston, on Monday, March 20, 1854,
                                                                 at the funeral of the late Rev. Alexander Young, D.D.
Gallaudet, Thomas Hopkins, 1787-1851.                            Boston, Crosby, Nichols, and company. 1854
    The practical spelling-book, with reading lessons.           24, 40 p.; 23.5 cm.
Hartford, Belknap and Hamersly. [c1840]                              Reel: 65, No. 1195
By T. H. Gallaudet and Horace Hooker.; viii, 9-166
p.; illus.; 19 cm.                                               [Gannett, Ezra Stiles] 1801-1871.
    Reel: 55, No. 903                                               Address and discourse after the death of Rev. W.
                                                                 E. Channing, D.D.
Gallaudet, Thomas Hopkins, 1787-1851.                            Boston, W. Crosby. 1842
    The practical spelling-book, with reading lessons.           41, 32 p.; 23 cm.
Hartford, Conn., W.J. Hamersley. 1856                               Reel: 55, No. 908
By T. H. Gallaudet and Horace Hooker.; 166, [2] p.;
illus.; 18 cm.; 2 pages of publisher's notices at end of         Ganyard, A.O.
book.                                                                The talisman of battle and other poems.
    Reel: 65, No. 1194                                           Rochester, New York, W.S. King, printer. 1864
                                                                 viii, [9]-120 p.; 18.5 cm.
Gallaudet, Thomas Hopkins, 1787-1851.                                Reel: 65, No. 1196
    The youth's book on natural theology; illustrated
in familiar dialogues, with numerous engravings.                 Garber, C.H.
New-York, The American Tract Society. [1832]                        The seeker; or, The exiled spirit, and other poems.
231 p.; illus.; 15.5 cm.                                         Philadelphia, U.S. job printing office. 1845
    Reel: 55, No. 904                                            154 p.; 18 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 55, No. 909
[Gallaudet, Thomas Hopkins] 1787-1851.
   [The child's book on the soul].                               Gardette, Charles Desmarais.
[Hartford, Cook and Co.]. [1832]                                   The fire-fiend and other poems.
Part two. 2d ed.; vi, [9]-158, [4] p.                            New York, Bunce and Huntington. 1866
   Reel: 55, No. 900                                             104 p.; 21 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 65, No. 1197




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Gardette, Charles Desmarais.                                    Gardner, Celia E.
   The whole truth in the question of "The Fire                     Compensation: a study of experience.
Fiend," between Dr. R. Shelton Mackenzie and C.D.               New York, G.W. Carleton & co.; London, S. Low,
Gardette, briefly stated by the latter.                         Son & co. 1870
Philadelphia, Sherman & co. 1864                                ix, 326, 10 p.
pp. 24.                                                             Reel: 65, No. 1199.1
   Reel: 65, No. 1198
                                                                Gardner, Kate E.
[Gardiner, John Sylvester John] 1765-1830.                         Snow-bound.
   An epistle to Zenas.                                         Cincinnati, J.F. Wright and L. Swormstedt, for the
Boston, Printed by Peter Edes. [1786?]                          Methodist Episcopal church [etc.]. 1867
1 p.l., ii, [1], 6-15, [2] p.                                   In The Ladies' Repository.; December 1867, p. 720-
   Reel: 32, No. 822                                            723.
                                                                   Reel: 65, No. 1200
[Gardiner, John Sylvester John] 1765-1830.
   Remarks on the Jacobinead; revised and corrected             Gardner, Samuel Jackson, 1788-1864.
by the author; and embillished with carricatures [!]                Autumn leaves.
Part first.                                                     New York, Hurd & Houghton. 1865
Boston, E. W. Weld and W. Greenough, sold at their              vii, 301 p.; 19.5 cm.; Half-title.
printing office, no. 42, Cornhill, and by the                       Reel: 65, No. 1201
booksellers. 1795
54 p.; illus.; 17.9 cm.                                         Garrett, Augusta Browne.
   Reel: 32, No. 823                                                The precious stones of the heavenly foundations.
                                                                New York, Sheldon & company. 1859
[Gardiner, John Sylvester John] 1765-1830.                      With illustrative selections in prose and verse.; [4],
   Remarks on the Jacobiniad: revised and corrected             vii-xv, 13-328, [4] p.; 19 cm.; Half-title.; "The city of
by the author.                                                  delight" (words and music): p. [xi]-xii.; 4 pages of
Boston. 1798                                                    publisher's notices at end of book.
Part second...; xi, [2], 10-56 p.                                   Reel: 66, No. 1202
   Reel: 32, No. 824
                                                                Garrison, Emma.
[Gardiner, John] 1737-1793.                                        A collection of brief poems on various subjects.
   The widowed mourner.                                         Baltimore, Printed by Sherwood & co. 1855
[Boston]. [1791?]                                               [3], vi-250 p.; 19.5 cm.; Half-title.
[8] p.; 20 cm.; Caption title.; Manuscript presentation            Reel: 66, No. 1203
note and corrections poem.
   Reel: 32, No. 821                                            Garrison, William Lloyd, 1805-1879.
                                                                    A brief sketch of the trial of William Lloyd
Gardiner, Susan H.                                              Garrison, for an alleged libel on Francis Todd, of
    The basket of fragments, the employment of                  Newburyport, Mass.
leisure hours.                                                  Boston, Printed by Garrison and Knapp. 1834
[n.p.] Published by the author; Siegfried & Coates,             iv, [5]-24 p.; 23 cm.
printers. 1829                                                      Reel: 55, No. 911
165 p.
    Reel: 55, No. 910                                           Garrison, William Lloyd, 1805-1879.
                                                                    Sonnets and other poems.
Gardiner, Susan H.                                              Boston, O. Johnson. 1843
   The village rambler; or, A collection of pathetic            viii, [9]-96 p.; 17 cm.
and rural poetry.                                                   Reel: 55, No. 913
Philadelphia, Printed for the author. 1820
231 p.; 15 cm.                                                  [Garrison, William Lloyd] 1805-1879.
   Reel: 32, No. 825                                              The Maryland scheme of expatriation examined.
                                                                Boston, Garrison & Knapp. 1834
Gardiner, William, Mrs.                                         By a friend of liberty.; 20 p.
   A brief memoir of Harriet, with some of her                    Reel: 55, No. 912
essays in prose and verse, by her mother.
Oberlin, Printed by J.M. Fitch. 1855                            Gay, Bunker.
[8], 129 p.; front. (port.); 16 cm.                                To sing of mercy and judgment: recommended
   Reel: 65, No. 1199                                           and exemplified in a discourse delivered on a day of
                                                                publick thanksgiving by [a] Minister of the Church in
                                                                Hindsdale.
                                                                Greenfield, Mass., Thomas Dickman. 1793
                                                                19 p.
                                                                   Reel: 32, No. 827


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[Gay, E. Jane] 1830-1919.                                         Gayler, Charles, 1820-1892.
     The new Yankee Doodle; being an account of the                  The son of the night, a drama in three days and a
little difficulty in the family of Uncle Sam.                     prologue.
New York, W.O. Bourne, The American News                          New York, Samuel French. [c1857]
Company. 1868                                                     To which are added a description of the costume ...
By Truman Trumbull, A.M. [pseud.]; 341, [3] p.; 20                and the whole of the stage business.; 42, [4] p.; 19
cm.; In verse.; Author's real name supplied by her                cm.; 4 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.
niece, Miss Jane Gay Dodge, in a letter to the Library               Reel: 66, No. 1210
of Congress.; 2 pages of publisher's notices at end of
book.                                                             Gazelle, a true tale of the great rebellion; and other
     Reel: 66, No. 1204                                           poems.
                                                                  Boston, Lee & Shepard; New York, The American
Gay, James, 1744-1819.                                            news co. 1866
   A collection of various pieces of poetry, chiefly              194 p.; 17.5 cm.; Copyright by Isaac B. Rich.
patriotic.                                                           Reel: 66, No. 1211
Charlotte/Santa Barbara, Published by McNally &
Loftin. [n.d.]                                                    Gedney, R.S., 1838-1856.
Facsimile of the 1810 ed. With an introduction by                    Poetical works of the late Richard S. Gedney.
Richard Walser.; xviii, 2 l., [1], 4-42, [2] p.                   New York, Appleton & co. [etc., etc.]. 1857
   Reel: 32, No. 828                                              With numerous additional poems, and a memoir of
                                                                  the author, edited by James Ogden. 2d ed.; [255] p.;
Gay, Mary Ann Harris, b. 1827.                                    front. (port.); 22 cm.
   The pastor's story, and other pieces; or, Prose and               Reel: 66, No. 1212
poetry.
Nashville, Tenn., The author. 1860                                Geeup, Jehu, pseud.
6th ed.; 266 p.; 19 cm.                                              North and South; or, What is slavery?.
   Reel: 66, No. 1205                                             [n.p.]. 1861
                                                                  By Jeru Geeup or Jackass Alley.; 12 p.; Half-title.;
Gay, Mary Ann Harris, b. 1827.                                    Poetry.
   Prose and poetry.                                                 Reel: 66, No. 1213
Nashville, Tenn. South-western publishing house.
1860                                                              [Gemmer, Caroline M.].
[4], vii-233 p.                                                      Poetry for play hours.
   Reel: 66, No. 1208                                             Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1870
                                                                  By Gerda Fay [pseud.] With eight illustrations.; vii,
Gay, Mary Ann Harris, b. 1827.                                    143 p.; front.; pl.; 19 cm.; Half-title.
   Prose and poetry.                                                 Reel: 66, No. 1214
Nashville, Tenn., South-western publishing house.
1859                                                              The Genealogy of the Ball and Weston families, with
2d ed.; vi, 9-233 p.; 19 cm.; Later editions entitled:            a poem, by Rev. J.E.B. Jewett, of Pepperell, Mass.
The pastor's story.                                               Fitchburg, Printed at the Sentinel office. 1867
   Reel: 66, No. 1207                                             40 p.; 23 cm.; "The Ball memorial," a poem, by
                                                                  J.E.B. Jewett.
[Gay, Mary Ann Harris] b. 1827.                                      Reel: 66, No. 1215
   Prose and poetry, by a Georgia lady [pseud.].
Nashville, Published for the author. 1858                         General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union
1st. ed.; vi, 9-199 p.; 19 cm.; Later editions entitled:          The Church primer.
The pastor's story.                                               New York, General Protestant Episcopal Sunday
   Reel: 66, No. 1206                                             school union, and church book society. 1861
                                                                  [3], 6-72 p.; illus.; 16 cm.; Half-title.; Poetry and
Gayler, Charles, 1820-1892.                                       prose.
    ... The love of a prince; or, The court of Prussia: a            Reel: 66, No. 1216
drama.
New York, Samuel French. [c1857]                                  General Warren: or, The battle of Bunker Hill.
altered and adopted from the French.; 45, [5] p.;                 Boston, Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, jun'r., corner
(French's standard drama, no. 169); 5 pages of                    Theatre Alley. [1814?]
publisher's notices at end of book.                               broadside.
    Reel: 66, No. 1209                                               Reel: 32, No. 829




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Genin, Sylvester, 1822-1880.                                  Georgie and his dog, and other stories.
   Selections from the works of the late Sylvester            Boston, Crosby, Nichols, and co. 1853
Genin, esq., in poetry, prose, and historical design.         [2], 5-48 p.; incl. front., illus., plates.; 15 cm. (Uncle
New York, Maigne & Hall, printers. 1855                       Sam's library for boys & girls); Illus. t.-p.; Poetry and
With a biographical sketch.; 252, [26] p.; front.             prose.; With this are bound as issued: Rose Tremaine;
(port.); 15 p.l. (incl. ports.) 23 cm.; 26 pages of           or, The blackberries, and other stories, Boston.
pictures at end of book.                                          Reel: 67, No. 1222
   Reel: 66, No. 1217
                                                              Gerard, James Watson, 1823-1900.
Genin, Thomas Hedges, 1796-1868.                                 Ostrea; or, The loves of the oysters.
   The fatal disunion and other poems.                        New York, T.J. Crowen. 1857
New York, Printed for the author. 1816                        A lay by A. Fishe Shelly, esq. [pseud.]; 72 p.; 19 cm.
24 p.                                                            Reel: 67, No. 1224
   Reel: 66, No. 1218
                                                              [Gerard, James Watson] 1823-1900.
Genin, Thomas Hedges, 1796-1868.                                 Aquarelles: or Summer sketches.
    The Napolead, in twelve books.                            New York, Stanford and Delisser. 1858
St. Clairsville [O.] Printed by H. J. Howard. 1833            By Samuel Sombre [pseud.]...; [7], 6-95 p.; illus.,
ix, [11]-342 p.; 1st issue.; 14.5 cm.                         plates.; 19 cm.; Verse.
    Reel: 55, No. 914                                            Reel: 67, No. 1223

Genin, Thomas Hedges, 1796-1868.                              Gerardy, D.
   Selections from the writings of the late Thomas               Centaurine: a drama in five acts.
Hedges Genin.                                                 New York, C.L. Jones. 1869
New York, E.O. Jenkins, printer. 1869                         87 p.; 19 cm.
With a biographical sketch. A memorial work.; 1 p.l.,            Reel: 67, No. 1225
3[3]-615 p.; 2 port. (incl. front.); 24 cm.
   Reel: 67, No. 1219                                         Gerould, Ellen A.
                                                                 A poem.
The Genius of Erin, Columbia's freedom, etc.                  Foxboro, W.H. Thomas, Printer. 1862
Charleston, S.C., D.J. Dowling. 1836                          read at the annual exhibition of Day's Academy,
190 p.                                                        Wrentham, on Friday evening, November 21, 1862.;
   Reel: 56, No. 915                                          12 p.
                                                                 Reel: 67, No. 1226
A Gentle satire [by Philander,] and John Carson's
reply.                                                        Gertrude, pseud.
[Philadelphia?]. [1816]                                          The consumptive.
12 p.; 16 cm.; Caption title.                                 Hartford, Press of Case, Tiffany & co. 1850
   Reel: 32, No. 831                                          70 p.
                                                                 Reel: 56, No. 918
Geography in verse for Brattleboro schools.
Brattleboro, Vermont, FD. Gobleigh, printer. 1868             The Ghost of Christopher Columbus visiting the
12 p.; 23 cm.                                                 United States in the year 1811.
   Reel: 67, No. 1220                                         [Philadelphia?]. [1811]
                                                              A poem. Copyright secured according to law.; 6 p.
George, Noah J.T., d. 1849.                                      Reel: 32, No. 832
    A concise and brief journal of the late war with
Great-Britain, to which is added a short account of           Gibson, H.S.
the war with Algiers.                                             A collection of miscellaneous poems, moral,
[Andover, N.H., Printed by E. Chase for the                   religious, sentimental, and amusing.
compiler]. [1829?]                                            Philadelphia, J. Crissy. 1834
vi, [1], 8-88 p.; incl. diagrs., tables.; 13.5 cm.            iv, [5]-156 p.; 17.5 cm.
    Reel: 56, No. 916                                             Reel: 56, No. 919

The Georgia Guard, pseud.                                     Gibson, H.S.
   The captivity of John Howard Payne.                            The vision of war, a poem.
From The North American Quarterly Magazine. Jan.              Philadelphia, Kay & brother. 1835
1836                                                          x, 152 p.; 14.5 cm.; (Half-title: Poems, by H. S.
24 cm.; p. 107-124.                                           Gibson. Vol. II).
   Reel: 56, No. 917                                              Reel: 56, No. 920




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Gibson, Walter.                                                     The Gift of friendship; seasoned with instruction,
   Songs of the ring.                                               both for the mind and the eyes.
New York, W. Gibson. 1866                                           New Haven, S. Babcock. 1841
100 p.; 19 cm.                                                      24 p.; illus.; 16 cm. (Babcock's moral, instructive and
   Reel: 67, No. 1227                                               amusing toy books).
                                                                       Reel: 56, No. 925
Gibson, William, 1826-1887.
    A vision of faery land, and other poems.                        Giles, Charles, 1783-1867.
Boston and Cambridge, J. Munroe and company.                           Convention of drunkards, a satirical essay on
1853                                                                intemperance, to which are added three speeches on
vii, 214, [1] p.; 18 cm.                                            the same subjects, an oration.
    Reel: 67, No. 1228                                              Utica. 1852
                                                                    and an ode on the completion of the Erie Canal.; 3
Gidley, Lewis, 1822-1889, ed.                                       ed.; 126 p.; front., plates.; 14 cm.
   Fasciculus, ediderunt Ludovicus Gidley et                           Reel: 67, No. 1230
Robinson Thorton.
Londini, J. Parker. 1866                                            Giles, Charles, 1783-1867.
[7], x-xiii, [3], 255, [1] p.; Half-title.; Selections from            The triumph of truth; or, The vindication of divine
the English poets, with The Raven, by Edgar Allan                   Providence.
Poe, translated into Latin verse by J.R. Baker, L.                  New York, Harper & brothers, printers. 1838
Gidley, R. Thorton and E. Walford.; English and                     A poem; in which philosophy, theology &
Latin text.                                                         description are combined. In fourteen books...
   Reel: 67, No. 1229                                               [1]ed...; vii, [13]-276 p.; front (port.); 15.5 cm.
                                                                       Reel: 56, No. 926
Gifford, Clother.
   Mankind unriddled; or, An essay on man,                          Giles, Charles, 1783-1867.
according to phrenology and physiology, a poem; to                     The triumph of truth; or, The vindication of divine
which is added interesting poetical essays on                       Providence.
courtship, health, natural and moral laws and                       New York, Published by G. Lane & P.P. Sandford for
education, and a phrenological chart.                               the Methodist Episcopal church. 1843
Boston, Marden & co. 1841                                           A poem; in which philosophy, theology and
Cover-title, 24, 8 p.; 23 cm.                                       description are combined. In fourteen books... 2d ed.,
   Reel: 56, No. 921                                                rev. and improved by the author.; 288 p.; 15.5 cm.
                                                                       Reel: 57, No. 927
Gifford, William, 1756-1826.
   The Baviad and Maeviad.                                          Giller, John Underwood, 1810-1878.
New rev. ed. London, printed; Philadelphia, Re-                        Rhymes of boyhood.
printed for William Cobbett. 1799                                   Philadelphia, W. Brown. 1836
To which is prefixed a poetical epistle to the author,              iv p., 1 l., [5]-67 p.; 14 cm.
by an American gentleman.; xi, [2], ii-xiv, [1], xiv-                  Reel: 56, No. 928
xx, 1 l., 145 p.; 17.5 cm.
   Reel: 32, No. 834                                                Gillespie, George W.
                                                                        Miscellaneous poems.
A Gift for good children.                                           Toronto, printed for the Author. 1843
Northampton, J. Metcalf. 1839                                       vii, [9]-152 p.; 19 cm.
24 p.; incl. front. illus.; 15 cm.                                      Reel: 56, No. 929
   Reel: 56, No. 922
                                                                    Gillet, Eliphalet, 1768-1848.
The Gift for good little girls, containing Good little                 A sermon on infant baptism preached at Winthrop,
girls' book, Gift to young friends; Spring flowers.                 November 4, 1804, at the baptism of the Rev. Mr.
New York, Edward Dunigan & brother. 1848                            Belden's child.
Ed. by Mrs. S. J. Hale.; 63, 63, 56 p.; inc. 3 front.,              Augusta [Me.], Printed and sold by Peter Edes, sold
illus.; 18 pl.; 14 cm.                                              also at the Hallowell bookstore, by E. Goodale. 1804
    Reel: 56, No. 923                                               To which is subjoined the Rev. Mr. Fisher's hymn on
                                                                    infant dedication.; 33, [2] p.; 22.5 cm.
A Gift from Julia.                                                     Reel: 32, No. 835
Boston J.M. Usher. 1847
3d ed.; 106 p.; illus.
   Reel: 56, No. 924




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[Gilley, William B.].                                              Gilman, Samuel, 1791-1858.
   The Olio, being a collection of poems, fables,                     Pleasures and pains of the student's life.
epigrams, etc.                                                     Boston, Ticknor, Reed and Fields. 1852
New York, The author. 1823                                         Two poems, one delivered in 1811, at the
including tributes to the memory of Lieut. Allen, the              commencement in Harvard college, Cambridge; and
Hon. Wm. W. Van Ness, and Hon. Brockholst                          the other, a sequel to the former, delivered 1852, at a
Livingston. By the author of "Patriotic effusions,"                class-meeting of the surviving graduates of the first
etc.; ix, 104 p.; 16 cm.                                           named year.; 27 p.; 24 cm.; Half-title.
   Reel: 56, No. 930                                                  Reel: 67, No. 1234
[Gilley, William B.].                                              [Gilman, Samuel] 1791-1858.
   Patriotic effusions; by Bob Short [pseud.].                        Monody on the victims and sufferers by the late
New York, Published by L. and F. Lockwood, no.                     conflagration in the city of Richmond, Virginia.
154 Broadway, J. & J. Harper, printers. 1819                       Boston, Published by Charles Williams; T.B. Wait
46, [1] p.; 15 cm.                                                 and co., printers. 1812
   Reel: 32, No. 836                                               24 p.; 24 cm.
                                                                      Reel: 32, No. 837
[Gillman, Henry] 1833-1915.
   Marked for life.                                                Gilpin, Alfred.
New York, Carleton. 1863                                              Epistola poetica-ad amicum auctore V.R. Alvredo
Edited by Marlay [pseud.]; [3], vi-216 p.; 19 cm.                  Gilpin.
   Reel: 67, No. 1231                                              Olicanae, Jacobus Bowes et filii. 1864
                                                                   Latine conversa V.R. Carolo Porter...; 11 p.; 21 cm.
Gilman, Caroline (Howard).                                            Reel: 67, No. 1235
    Gift book of stories and poems for children.
New York, S. Francis & co.; Boston, J. H. Francis.                 Gilpin, Johny The Toddy-Mill.
1850                                                                  The Toddy-Mill, or the humorous adventures of
ix, [3], [9]-179, [2], 5, [2] p.                                   Dick Bully.
    Reel: 56, No. 930.1                                            [n.p.]. September 1, 1800
                                                                   A caricature.; 8 p.
Gilman, Caroline (Howard), 1794-1888.                                 Reel: 69, No. 1990
   Oracles for youth.
New York, G.P. Putnam & co. 1852                                   Gilpin, Johny, pseud.
[2], 5-81 p.; 19.5 cm.; Half-title.; Added t.p., illus. in            The toddy-mill, or, The humorous adventurer of
color.                                                             Dick Bully.
   Reel: 67, No. 1233                                              [n.p.]. September 1, 1800
                                                                   A caricature.; 8 p.
Gilman, Caroline (Howard), 1794-1888.                                 Reel: 32, No. 838
   Oracles for youth.
New York, G.P. Putnam & co. 1853                                   [Ginet, -----].
A home pastime...; [2], 5-81 p.; 19.5 cm.; Half-title.                The humble effort, 2 ed.
   Reel: 67, No. 1232                                              Baltimore, Printed by Sherwood & Co. 1848
                                                                   29 p.; illus.
Gilman, Caroline [Howard], Mrs., 1794-1888.                           Reel: 57, No. 934
   Stories and poems for children.
New York, C.S. Francis. [c1844]                                    [Girardin, L.H.].
179 p.; illus.; (Francis & co.'s little library).                     Lines on dueling, addressed to the legislative
   Reel: 56, No. 931                                               assemblies of America.
                                                                   Richmond, Printed by Lynch & Davis. 1810
Gilman, Caroline [Howard], Mrs., 1794-1888.                        Translated from the Latin by L. H. G. Originally
   Tales and ballads.                                              published in The visitor.; [6], 8-24, [1] p.; Printed in
New York. 1839                                                     English and Latin on opposite page.
190 p.                                                                Reel: 32, No. 839
   Reel: 56, No. 932
                                                                   Gladding, E.N., Mrs.
Gilman, Caroline [Howard], Mrs., 1794-1888.                            Leaves from an invalids journal, and poems.
    Verses of a lifetime.                                          Providence, G.H. Whitney. 1858
Boston and Cambridge, J. Munroe and company.                       x, 235 p.; 20 cm.
1849                                                                   Reel: 67, No. 1236
viii, 263 p.; 18.5 cm.
    Reel: 57, No. 933                                              A Glance at the nations, with other poems.
                                                                   Boston, Russell Odiorne, and Metcalf. 1835
                                                                   2 p.l., 60 p.; 16 cm.
                                                                      Reel: 57, No. 935


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A Glance at the times; including an appeal for the           [Glenn, Samuel F.].
Greeks &., in a poetical epistle addressed to DeWitt            Some of the poetical fragments of a
Clintion: in two parts, part one, by a Yankee.               Washingtonian [pseud.].
Philadelphia, Published by Richard R. Small. 1827            Washington, Etter and Bayne, printers. 1838
52 p.                                                        Published for private circulation.; 16 p.; 23.5 cm.
   Reel: 57, No. 936                                            Reel: 57, No. 939
Glass, J.W.                                                  Gobright, Lawrence Augustus, 1816-1879.
   The California sacrifice.                                     Echoes of childhood.
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1862                                       Philadelphia, Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfinger. 1879
A poem.; 32 p.; 17 cm.                                       Old friends in new costumes. For the risen and the
   Reel: 67, No. 1237                                        rising generation.; With illustrations.; xii, 13-95 p.;
                                                             illus.; 20.5 cm.
The Glass; or, Speculation.                                      Reel: 68, No. 1240
New York, Printed for the author. 1791
A poem, containing an account of the ancient and             Goddard, Henry, 1785-1871.
genius of the modern speculators.; 12 p.                        Ambition, an historical and argumentative poem.
   Reel: 32, No. 840                                         Portland, [Me.]. 1831
                                                             Cover-title, 25 p.; 27 cm.
Glazier, William Belcher, 1827-1870.                            Reel: 57, No. 941
   Poems.
Hallowell [Me.] Masters, Smith and company. 1853             Goddard, Henry, 1785-1871.
[5], viii-x, [11]-168 p.; 18.5 cm.; Half-title.                 A few of the very many miscellaneous articles, in
   Reel: 68, No. 1238                                        poetry and prose.
                                                             Portland [Me.] Press of B. Thurston & co. 1866
Gleason, Herbert.                                            43, [1] p.; 23 cm.; Half-title.
   Anniversary poem delivered before the Mechanic               Reel: 68, No. 1241
apprentices library association.
Boston, published by the association. 1855                   Goddard, Henry, 1785-1871.
February 22, 1855.; [21]-32 p.                                  The world's catastrophe: an essay of imagination,
   Reel: 68, No. 1239                                        with revelation in view.
                                                             Portland, Me., Thurston & company, printers. 1848
Gleeman, A.M.                                                2 p.l., [3]-12 p.; 23.5 cm.
   A rhyme of the North Countrie.                               Reel: 57, No. 942
Cincinnati, J. A. & U.P. James. 1847
143 p.; 20.5 cm.                                             [Godfrey, John A.].
   Reel: 57, No. 940                                            Rhymed tactics by "Gov." [pseud.].
                                                             New York, D. Van Nostrand. 1862
Glement, Claude.                                             144 p.; front., ports.; 15 cm.
   Thoughts in verse, by Claude Clement, and others,            Reel: 68, No. 1242
who saw the doings at Y.....ville.
[Toronto?]. 1855                                             Godfrey, Thomas, 1736-1763.
[2], 12 p.; 19 cm.; Cover title.                                The court of fancy; a poem.
   Reel: 40, No. 693                                         Philadelphia, Printed and sold by William Dunlap.
                                                             1762
[Glenn, James].                                              24 p.; 20 cm.
   The city and country compared; or, Virtue and                Reel: 32, No. 843
vice contrasted.
New York, The author. 1845                                   Godfrey, Thomas, 1736-1763.
A poem (in blank verse), relating to New-York city.              Juvenile poems on various subjects.
Designed to promote the cause of virtue and                  Philadelphia, Printed by Henry Miller, in Second
morality.; 8 p.; 23.5 cm.                                    street. 1765
   Reel: 57, No. 937                                         With The prince of Parthia, a tragedy. To which is
                                                             prefixed, some account of the author and his
Glenn, Samuel F.                                             writings.; xxvi, 1 l., 223 p.; 23 cm.
   Gravities and gaieties.                                       Reel: 32, No. 844
Washington, R. Farnham. 1839
2 p.l., 116 p.; 17.5 cm.                                     [Godman, John Davidson] 1794-1830.
   Reel: 57, No. 938                                            Ode suggested by Rembrandt Peale's national
                                                             portrait of Washington.
                                                             Philadelphia, Printed by J. Harding. 1824
                                                             8 p.; 23 cm.
                                                                Reel: 57, No. 943



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Godwin, Parke, 1816-1904.                                       The Golden Bull; or, The crafty princess, in four
   Vala, a mythological tale.                                   parts.
New York, G.P. Putnam. 1851                                     Poughkeepsie. [n.d.]
[4], 46, [6] p.; illus., plates.; 28.5 cm.; Written             8 p.; 18 cm.
originally for the New York Evening post, but                      Reel: 57, No. 946.1
considerably modified and enlarged. Deals with "the
principal incidents in the career of a reigning musical         A Golden remembrance of August 19, 1868, the
celebrity" [i.e. Jenny Lind] cf. Pref.                          fiftieth wedding anniversary of Rev. Dr. and Mrs.
   Reel: 68, No. 1243                                           Barstow.
                                                                New York, Printed at the request of their children.
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 1749-1832.                         1868
   Goethe's Hermann and Dorothea.                               38 p.; 19 cm.; Includes original poetry by William
Boston, Roberts Brothers. 1870                                  Barstow and others.; First part signed, H; last part,
Translated by Ellen Frothingham...; [4], 165, [3] p.;           K.W.B.
front. plates.; 19 cm.; Half-title.; Translation in                 Reel: 68, No. 1249
hexameter verse.; 2 pages of publisher's notices at
end of book.                                                    Golden wedding.
   Reel: 68, No. 1244                                           [Hartford, Conn.]. 1871
                                                                1821: Sarah Belden, Elon Gleason, Wednesday
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 1749-1832.                         evening, January 17th, 1871.; 16 p.; 20 cm.
   The Herman and Dorothea, and the Alexis and                     Reel: 68, No. 1250
Dora of Goethe.
New York. 1849                                                  The Golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jenkins.
ed. by S. E. Brownell.; 48 p.                                   Buffalo, Franklin printing house. 1866
   Reel: 57, No. 944                                            February 8th, 1866.; 23 p.; 23 cm.; Half-title.
                                                                   Reel: 68, No. 1251
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 1749-1832.
   Iphigenia in Tauris.                                         Gold-pen, pseud.
New York, D. Appleton & co.; Philadelphia, G. S.                   Poems.
Appleton. 1850                                                  Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1856
A drama in five acts.; 155 p.                                   [2 ed.]; vii, [2], 14-285 p.
   Reel: 57, No. 945                                               Reel: 68, No. 1248

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 1749-1832.                         Gold-pen, pseud.
   The minor poetry of Goethe.                                      Poems by Gold-pen.
Philadelphia, E.H. Butler & co. 1859                            Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co. 1856
A selection from his songs ballads, and other lesser            vi, [13]-135 p.; 16.5 cm.
poems. Tr. by William Grasett Thomas.; [3], xii-335,                Reel: 68, No. 1247
[1] p.; 22 cm.
   Reel: 68, No. 1245                                           Goldsmith, Oliver, 1794-1861.
                                                                   The rising village, with other poems.
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 1749-1832.                         Saint John, N.B., Pub. for the author by J. M'Millan.
   Specimens of foreign standard literature.                    1834
Boston, Hilliard, Gray and co. 1839                             By Oliver Goldsmith, a descendant of the author of
Edited by George Ripley. Vol. III. Containing                   "The deserted village."; x, [11]-144 p.; 14 cm.
selected minor poems, from the German of Goethe                    Reel: 57, No. 948
and Schiller.; xx, 439 p.
   Reel: 57, No. 946                                            A Good child's alphabet.
                                                                London, C. Honeysuckle. [185-?]
Goggles, Phil., pseud.                                          Cover-title, [15] p.; col. illus.; 14 cm.
   Bro-de-hed-da: a song of slaughter.                            Reel: 57, No. 949
Philadelphia, F.A. Drovin. [185-]
Originally written and published in the Sunday                  The Good child's library.
Transcript.; 15 p.; 19 cm.                                      Philadelphia, Hogan & Thompson. 1850-1851
   Reel: 68, No. 1246                                           in easy verse...; [11], 10-59 p.; col. front., col. plates.;
                                                                17 cm.
The Golden bull; of [!] The crafty Princess.                        Reel: 68, No. 1252
Hudson [N.Y.] Ashbel Stoddard. 1829
In four parts.; 8 p.; 15.5 cm.                                  The Good girl.
    Reel: 57, No. 947                                           Wendell, Mass., J. Metcalf. 1832
                                                                18 p.; illus.; 11 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 57, No. 950




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                                          American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                                Author Index

Good little pig's pretty picture A B C.                           [Goodrich, Samuel Griswold] 1793-1860.
Boston, Brown, Taggard, Chase. [c1858]                               Fairy land, and other sketches for youth: by the
[30] p.; One page of publisher's notices at end of                author of Peter Parley's tales.
book.                                                             Boston, J. Munroe and company. 1844
   Reel: 68, No. 1253                                             1 p.l., iv, [5]-167, [1] p.; col. plates.; 18 cm.
                                                                     Reel: 57, No. 951
A Good wife, God's gift; or A character of a wife
indeed!.                                                          [Goodrich, Samuel Griswold] 1793-1860.
Boston, Printed by J. White, near Charles river                       Peter Parley's book of curiosities, natural and
bridge. 1796                                                      artificial.
Also, a poetical description of the Chaste Virgin, of a           New York, Collins & Hanny, and others. 1832
good wife; and a pious widow, etc.; 47 p.                         Illustrated by one hundred engravings.; x, [11]-224
   Reel: 32, No. 845                                              p.; incl. front. illus.; 15 cm.
                                                                      Reel: 58, No. 953
Goodman, John.
   Alabama, or Here we rest, an Indian legend of                  [Goodrich, Samuel Griswold] 1793-1860.
olden times, by Warwick [pseud.].                                     Peter Parley's juvenile tales.
Cleveland, Ben Franklin print. [1863]                             Cincinnati, H.S. & J. Applegate & co. 1851
[31] p.                                                           Rev. ed.; [3], 6-144 p.; 15 cm.; Entered according to
   Reel: 68, No. 1254                                             Act of Congress, in the year 1836, By S.G. Goodrich,
                                                                  in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of
Goodrich, Jesse Williams, 1803-1857.                              Massachusetts.
   The phrenological organs: The phrenological                        Reel: 68, No. 1258
character: (as marked, and given by Prof. O.S.
Fowler), together with The maelstroom wreck.                      [Goodrich, Samuel Griswold] 1793-1860.
[Worcester, Mass., C. Hamilton, printer]. 1855                       Peter Parley's little reader, for the use of schools.
and some other occasional poems, and prose writings               Philadelphia, R.W. Pomeroy. 1837
of Jesse W. Goodrich...; 48 p.; front. (port.) illus.; 19         143 p.; illus.; 14 cm. (Parley's series of readers).
cm.; Text of p. 5-6 repeated on back cover.                          Reel: 58, No. 954
   Reel: 68, No. 1255
                                                                  [Goodrich, Samuel Griswold] 1793-1860.
Goodrich, Samuel Griswold, 1793-1860.                                The tales of Peter Parley about America.
    The outcast and other poems.                                  Boston, S.G. Goodrich and co. 1829
Boston, Russell, Shattuck & Williams. 1836                        2d ed.; vi, [11]-160 p.; front., illus.; 14 cm.
viii, [9]-200 p.; front., illus., plates.; 19 cm.                    Reel: 58, No. 955
    Reel: 57, No. 952
                                                                  [Goodson, William].
Goodrich, Samuel Griswold, 1793-1860.                                Poems by Eaglestone.
    Parley's Present for all seasons.                             Albany, J. Munsell. 1857
New York, D. Appleton & co. 1857                                  [pseud.]; 100, [4] p.
[9], 12-317, [1], 10 p.; front. plates.; 19.5 cm.; Half-             Reel: 69, No. 1262
title.; 10 pages of publisher's notices at end of book.
    Reel: 68, No. 1257                                            [Goodson, William].
                                                                     Poems, by Eaglestone [pseud.].
Goodrich, Samuel Griswold, 1793-1860.                             Albany, J. Munsell. 1857
   Poems.                                                         100, [4] p.; 19.5 cm.
New York, G.P. Putnam. 1851                                          Reel: 69, No. 1261
144 p.; illus.; 20 cm.
   Reel: 68, No. 1259                                             Goodwin, Charles Carroll, 1832-1917.
                                                                     Poems.
Goodrich, Samuel Griswold, 1793-1860.                             Marysville [Calif.] Printed at the Herald office. 1857
    A winter wreath of summer flowers.                            199, [1] p.; 16 cm.
London, Trübner & co. 1855                                           Reel: 69, No. 1263
320 p.; col. front., col. plates.; 23.5 cm.; Added t.-p.,
illus., in colors.; Verse and prose.                              Goodwin, Downing.
    Reel: 69, No. 1260                                               God's sovereignty, and man's free agency.
                                                                  Rollinsford, N.H. [185-?]
[Goodrich, Samuel Griswold] 1793-1860.                            8 p.; 22 cm.
   Faggots for the fireside; or, Fact and fancy, by                  Reel: 58, No. 955.1
Peter Parley [pseud.].
New York, D. Appleton and co. 1855                                Goodwin, Edward C.
320, [4] p.; front., 11 pl.; 18 cm.; 4 pages of                      Wayside songs.
publisher's notices at end of book.                               New York, Mason brothers. 1856
   Reel: 68, No. 1256                                             [5], viii-185 p.; 18.5 cm.; Half-title.
                                                                     Reel: 69, No. 1264

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Goodwin, Lavinia Stella (Tyler), 1833-1911.                      Gospel melodies, by the author of several fugitive
   Little folks' own: stories, sketches, poems, and              peices.
paragraphs, designed to amuse and benefit the young.             Petersburg, Va., Stith E. Burton, Intelligencer press.
Boston, W.P. Fedridge & co. 1855                                 1821
199 p.; front., plates.; 18 cm.; 12 pages of publisher's         181, [12] p.; 16 cm.
notices at end of book, numbered p. [287]-298.                      Reel: 58, No. 959
   Reel: 69, No. 1265
                                                                 Goss, Almira J.
Goodwin, William.                                                   Ruins of the Maine Wesleyan seminary.
   Goodwin's annual legislative statistics of state              Augusta, Russell Eaton, printer. 1847
officers, senate and house of representatives, of                A poem, dedicated to a friend ...; 16 p.; 19 cm.
Connecticut.                                                        Reel: 58, No. 960
New Haven, Published by the compiler; J.H.
Benham, printer. 1850-70                                         Gough, John Bartholomew, 1817-1886.
3 v.; 23 cm.                                                        An autobiography.
   Reel: 58, No. 957                                             Boston, The author. 1845
                                                                 4th thousand.; 2 p.l., 172 p.; 17 cm.
Goody Right-thirsty.                                                Reel: 58, No. 961
Boston, Shepard, Clark & Brown. [n.d.]
By Mag-pie; with 15 pictures.; [2], 16 p.                        Gough, John Bartholomew, 1817-1886.
  Reel: 69, No. 1266                                                An autobiography.
                                                                 Boston, The author. 1845
[Gordon, Katharine Parker (Sleeper)].                            7th thousand.; 2 p.l., 172 p.; 15.5 cm.
   Fresh flowers for children.                                      Reel: 58, No. 962
Boston and Cambridge, J. Munroe and company.
1852                                                             [Gould, Charles M.].
By a mother. Wth engravings from designs by                         The lament of Quintin McKell of Irongray,
Billings. New ed., with additions.; 176 p.; front.,              soothsayer.
plates.; 17.5 cm.                                                New York. 1858
   Reel: 69, No. 1267                                            48 l.; 19 cm.; In verse.; Original proof sheets with
                                                                 corrections.
[Gordon, Katharine Parker (Sleeper), Mrs.].                         Reel: 69, No. 1270
   Fresh flowers for my children.
Boston, S.G. Simpkins. 1842                                      Gould, Edward Sherman, 1808-1885.
By a mother.; vii, [9]-140 p.; inc. 4 pl. front. illus.,            "The very age!" A comedy in five acts.
plates.; 14.5 cm.                                                New-York, D. Appleton & co.; Philadelphia, G.S.
   Reel: 58, No. 958                                             Appleton. 1850
                                                                 4 p.l., [11]-153 p.; 17 cm.
Gordon, Neal MacDougal, d. 1871.                                    Reel: 58, No. 963.1
   Alleghan, a poem, in nine books.
Cincinnati, Moore, Wilstach, Keys & co. 1856                     Gould, H.F., Miss.
1 p.l., [5]-343 p.; 19 cm.                                          Ode.
   Reel: 69, No. 1268                                            [n.p.]. [n.d.]
                                                                 (In Phillips academy, Andover, Massachusetts. Order
Gorham, Adrian Templeton.                                        of exercises at exhibition, Andover, Mass., August 3,
  Columbia; a cantata for mixed voices.                          1852.; p. 4).
Rutland, John Cain. 1862                                            Reel: 134, No. 2422
Music by George Mietzke, Professor of music, North
Granville Ladies Seminary, New York.; 8 p.; 22 cm.;              Gould, Hannah Flagg, 1789-1865.
Words only.                                                         Gathered leaves, or Miscellaneous papers.
  Reel: 69, No. 1269                                             Boston, W.J. Reynolds. 1846
                                                                 304 p.; plates.
[Gorton, Samuel].                                                   Reel: 58, No. 964
   Simplicities defence against seven-headed policy.
London, Printed by J. Macock, and are to be sold by              Gould, Hannah Flagg, 1789-1865.
Luke Fawne, at his shop in Paul's church yard, at the               Hymns and other poems for children.
sign of the Parrot. 1646                                         Boston, W.J. Reynolds & co. 1854
Or, Innocency vindicated, being unjustly accused,                [3], vi-160 p.; incl. front., illus.; 18 cm.
and sorely censured, by that seven-headed church-                   Reel: 69, No. 1271
government united in New-England: or, That servant
so imperious in his masters absence revived, and now             Gould, Hannah Flagg, 1789-1865.
thus re-acting in New-England ...; 8 p.l., 111 p.; 12.              The mother's dream, and other poems.
   Reel: 32, No. 847                                             Boston, Crosby, Nichols & co. 1853
                                                                 [3], vi-viii, 239 p.; 17.5 cm.; Half-title.
                                                                    Reel: 69, No. 1272

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Gould, Hannah Flagg, 1789-1865.                                  Gould, Sarah.
   New poems.                                                        Aspho-dels.
Boston, W.J. Reynolds & co. 1850                                 New York, Proof-sheets. 1856
3 p.l., [v]-viii, 287 p.; 19 cm.                                 xi, [13]-236 p.; 19 cm.; Preface signed: G.S.B.;
   Reel: 58, No. 964.1                                           Revised edition appeared in 1860 under title: Poems.
                                                                     Reel: 70, No. 1277
Gould, Hannah Flagg, 1789-1865.
   Poems.                                                        [Gould, Sarah].
Boston, Hilliard, Gray, and co. 1833                                 A golden legacy to daughters; or, Advise to young
2d ed., with additions.; viii, 224 p.; front.; 15 cm.            ladies.
   Reel: 59, No. 966                                             Boston, Bradley, Dayton & co. [1855?]
                                                                 4, [3], 14-259 p.; Includes: "Mother's advise to her
Gould, Hannah Flagg, 1789-1865.                                  absent daughters", by Lady Sarah Pennington: pp.
    Poems.                                                       194-259.
Boston, Hilliard, Gray, Little and Wilkins. 1832                     Reel: 70, No. 1278
viii, 174 p. pl.; 15.5 cm.
    Reel: 59, No. 965                                            Gould, Sarah.
                                                                    Poems.
Gould, Hannah Flagg, 1789-1865.                                  New York, Rudd & Carleton. 1860
  Poems for children.                                            [3], vi-180 p.; Half-title: Asphodels.
New York, Leavitt & Allen Bros. 1870                                Reel: 70, No. 1279
With illustrations.; [3], vi-160 p.
  Reel: 69, No. 1273                                             Gould, Theodore A.
                                                                    A bouquet of poesy.
Gould, Hannah Flagg, 1789-1865.                                  [New York] The author [S.D. Macdonald, printer].
   Poems for little ones.                                        1848
Boston, Taggard & Thompson. 1863                                 1 p.l., [v]-vi, 7-144 p.; 19 cm.
[3], vi-160 p.; incl. front., illus.; 17.5 cm.                      Reel: 59, No. 967
   Reel: 69, No. 1274
                                                                 [Gould, Theodore A.].
Gould, Hannah Flagg, 1789-1865.                                     Poems.
   The youth's coronal.                                          N.Y. n.d. [1846?]
New York, D. Appleton & company; Philadelphia,                   74 p.; 19 cm.
G.S. Appleton. 1851                                                 Reel: 59, No. 968
200, [4] p.; 17.5 cm.; 4 pages of publisher's notices at
end of book.                                                     Gove, William H.
   Reel: 69, No. 1275                                               Poem.
                                                                 (Providence, R.I., Hiram H. Thomas & co.). 1865
[Gould, Mrs.Adeline Eunice (Abbot)].                             (In Moses Brown school, Providence, Rhode Island.
    The two half dollars, and other tales.                       Alumni Association. Proceedings ... 7th.; p. [35]-43).
Boston, Tappan and Dennet. 1844                                     Reel: 122, No. 2182
A gift for children. With thirteen engraving.; 173 p.;
illus.; 16 cm.                                                   Graham, Daniel McBride, 1817-1889.
    Reel: 58, No. 963                                               The life of Clement Phinney.
                                                                 Dover, N.H., W. Burr, printer. 1851
Gould, Polly.                                                    [3], vi-190 p.; front.; (port.); 17 cm.
   Songs.                                                           Reel: 70, No. 1280
[n.p.]. [n.d.]
Lines composed by Polly Gould, a few days before                 Graham, Isabella (Marshall), Mrs., 1742-1814.
her death. A tribute to the memory of Catharine                     The power of faith, exemplified in the life and
Berrenger. Printed for the purchaser.; 8 p.; 15 cm.              writings of the late Mrs. Isabella Graham.
   Reel: 32, No. 849                                             New York, American Tract Society. [1843]
                                                                 A new edition, enriched by her narrative of her
Gould, Roland Freeman, b. 1817.                                  husband's death, and other select correspondence.;
    The life of Gould, an ex-man-of-war's-man, with              440, 2 p.; 20 cm.
incidents on sea and shore, including the three year's              Reel: 59, No. 971
[sic] cruise on the line of battle ship Ohio, on the
Mediterranean station, under the Veteran                         Graham, Isabella (Marshall), Mrs., 1742-1814.
Commodore Hull.                                                     The power of faith; exemplified in the life and
Claremont, N.H., Printed by the Claremont                        writings of the late Mrs. Isabella Graham, of New
Manufacturing Co. 1867                                           York.
[3], viii-239 p.; illus., port.; 18 cm.                          New York, J. Seymour, no. 49, John street. 1816
    Reel: 70, No. 1276                                           3 p.l., [1], 10-411 p.; front. (port.); 8; "Life," p. [9]-
                                                                 72, by Divie Bethune.
                                                                    Reel: 33, No. 850

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Graham, Isabella (Marshall), Mrs., 1742-1814.                     Grandmamma Easy's amusing addition; a new
   The power of faith; exemplified in the life and                poetical number book.
writings of the late Mrs. Isabella Graham, of New                 Boston, Brown, Bazin & co. [1858?]
York.                                                             [10] p.
New York, Published by Kirk & Mercein, no. 22,                       Reel: 70, No. 1284
Wall street, printed by T. & W. Mercein, no. 93,
Gold street. 1817                                                 Grandmamma Easy's amusing addition; a new
2d ed.; 3 p.l., [1], 10-428 p.; front. (port.); 18 cm.            poetical number book.
   Reel: 33, No. 851                                              Nashua, N.H., N.P. Greene. [185-?]
                                                                  9 l.
Graham, Isabella (Marshall), Mrs., 1742-1814.                         Reel: 59, No. 972.1
   The power of faith; exemplified in the life and
writings of the late Mrs. Isabella Graham, of New                 Grandmamma Easy's New tales for the nursery.
York.                                                             Boston, Brown, Bazin & co. [1855?]
New York, Published by Kirk and Mercein, no. 22,                  [16] p.; col. illus.; 26 cm.; Cover-title.; Printed on
Wall street, William A. Mercein, printer, no. 93,                 one side of leaf only, the printed pages facing each
Gold street. 1819                                                 other.
4th ed.; 336 p.; front. (port.); 18 cm.                              Reel: 70, No. 1285
   Reel: 33, No. 852
                                                                  Grandmamma Easy's Old Dame Hicket and her
Graham, Isabella [Marshall] Mrs., 1742-1814.                      wonderful cricket.
   The power of faith, exemplified in the life and                Boston, Brown, Bazin and co. [1855?]
writings of the late Mrs. Isabella Graham.                        [8] p.; col. illus.; 26 cm.; Printed on one side of leaf
New York, American tract society. [c1843]                         only, the printed pages facing each other.; Cover-
A new edition, enriched by her narrative of her                   title.
husband's death, and other select correspondence...;                  Reel: 70, No. 1286
438 p.; front. (port.); 19 cm.
   Reel: 59, No. 970                                              Grandmamma Easy's poetical spelling book.
                                                                  Boston, Brown, Bazin and co.; Nashua, N.H., N.P.
Graham, William Sloan.                                            Greeny & co. [1855?]
   Remains of William Graham, with a memoir.                      Cover title, [8] p.; Printed on one side of leaf only,
Philadelphia. 1849                                                the printed pages facing each other.
edited by George Silen.; 278 p.; port.                               Reel: 70, No. 1287
   Reel: 59, No. 972
                                                                  Grandmamma Easy's Travels of Matty Macaroni.
Grand Army of the Republic.                                       Philadelphia, Appleton. [185-?]
   Memorial ceremonies at the National cemetery.                  5 l.; col. illus.; 25 cm.
Washington, McGill & Witherow. 1868                                   Reel: 59, No. 972.2
Arlington, Virginia, under the auspices of the Grand
army of the republic. May 30, 1868. Stenographically              Grandmamma's book of rhymes for the nursery.
reported by F.H. Smith.; 24 p.; 22.5 cm.; On cover:               Boston, B.B. Mussey. 1842
In memoriam.                                                      56 p.; illus.; 16 cm.
   Reel: 70, No. 1281                                                Reel: 59, No. 973

Grand Army of the Republic. Department of                         Grandmma's book of rhymes for the nursery.
Connecticut. Admiral Foote Post, No. 17, New                      Boston, T.H. Carter and Company. 1844
Haven.                                                            56 p.; 18 cm.; (Grandmother's library, No. 1).
    Memorial poem, delivered at Music hall, on                       Reel: 59, No. 974
Friday evening, July 3, 1868, at the memorial
services, by Rev. S. Dryden Phelps, D.D., with a                  Grandmother's budget of rhymes, for good boys and
corrected list of soldier's graves, and other matters, in         girls.
connection with the occasion.                                     New York, E. Dunigan. 1839
New Haven, Printed by Heggson & Robinson. 1868                    [30] p. illus. incl. front.; 14 cm.
vii, [9]-23, [1] p.; 19 cm.                                           Reel: 59, No. 975
    Reel: 70, No. 1282
                                                                  Grandmother's stories for little children.
Grandmamma Easy's Alderman's feast.                               Boston, J.P. Jewett. 1854
Philadelphia, Appleton. [1858?]                                   32 p.; illus.; 23 cm.; Prose and verse.
A new alphabet.; [8] p.; col. illus.; 25 cm.; Printed on             Reel: 70, No. 1288
one side of leaf only, the printed pages facing each
other.; Cover-title.                                              Grandpapa Pease's amusing addition.
   Reel: 70, No. 1283                                             Albany, E.H. Pease & co. [1855?]
                                                                  8 l. illus.; Printed on one side of page only.; Another
                                                                  edition of Grandmamma Easy's amusing addition.
                                                                      Reel: 70, No. 1289

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Grandpapa Pease's Tom Pepper.                                   Graves, Amasa.
Albany., [N.Y.] E.H. Pease. [1835?]                                The great contest; or, Christ's victory.
Cover-title, 5 l., col. illus.; 26 cm.                          Chicago, The author. 1870
   Reel: 59, No. 977                                            A poem, in which the fall of man, his redemption and
                                                                glorification are clearly and Scripturally set forth.
Grant, J.P., Mrs.                                               Together with The poetical lamp.; 335 p.; 19 cm.;
   Stray leaves; a collection of poems.                         The poetical lamp has special t.-p.: The poetical
Montreal, J. Lovell. 1865                                       lamp; a portrait of Christian experience, and
1 p.l., [v]-vi, [7]-166 p.; 19.5 cm.                            character of the natural man ... 1870.
   Reel: 70, No. 1290                                              Reel: 70, No. 1292

Grate, Charles.                                                 Gray, Amy.
    Eugene: a poem in the Measure of Spenser.                      The lily of the valley; or, Margie and I: and other
Philadelphia, Printed by T.K. & P.G. Collins. 1842              poems.
In two cantos.; 63 p.; 16 cm.                                   Baltimore, Kelly & Piet. 1868
    Reel: 59, No. 978                                           114 p.; 20 cm.
                                                                   Reel: 70, No. 1294
Grateful reflections [on the divine goodness
vouchsaf'd to the American arms in their remarkable             Gray, Archibald, Rev.
success in the Northern department, after the giving               Shades of the hamlet, and other poems.
up of our fortresses at Ticonderoga, on the sixth of            Woburn, Mass., Fowle & Brothers, Publishers. 1852
July, A.D. 1777].                                               57 p.; 18 cm. in 6s.; Mostly religious poems.
[Hartford, Printed and sold by Hudson & Goodwin].                  Reel: 70, No. 1295
[1779]
With some account of the battles fought and                     Gray, Francis Calley, 1790-1856.
transactions of that memorable campaign.                           Oration, on the hundredth anniversary of the birth
Occasioned by the surrender of the king's forces by             of George Washington.
Lieutenant-General Burgoyne to Major-General                    Boston, Dutton and Wentworth. 1832
Gates, on the 23d day of October, in the said year. In          80 p.; 21 cm.
four parts.; [3]-54 p.; Caption title.                             Reel: 59, No. 980
   Reel: 33, No. 855
                                                                Gray, Francis Calley, 1790-1856.
[Grave, John] of Virginia.                                         Poem spoken at Cambridge, before the Phi Beta
    A song of Sion.                                             Kappa society of Harvard university, August 27,
[London]. Printed [for Robert Wilson] in the year,              1840.
1662                                                            Boston, Charles C. Little and James Brown. 1840
Written by a citizen thereof, whose outward                     36 p.
habitation is in Virginia; and being sent over to some             Reel: 59, No. 980.1
of his friends in England, the same is found fitting to
be published, for to warn the seed of evil-doers.; 12           Gray, Frederick Turell, 1804-1855.
p.; 17 cm.                                                          Extract from a sermon delivered at the Bulfinch-
    Reel: 33, No. 856                                           street church, Boston, Jan. 9, 1853, the Sunday
                                                                following the interment of the late Amos Lawrence.
The Graves of the Indians, and other poems.                     Boston, J. Wilson & son. 1853
Boston, Hillard, Grauf, Little and Wilkins. 1827                16 p.; 16.5 cm.
72 p.                                                               Reel: 70, No. 1296
   Reel: 59, No. 979
                                                                [Gray, Mary Elizabeth].
[Graves, Adelia Cleopatra (Spencer)] 1821-1895.                    The Mother's offering; or, A gift for all seasons.
   First lessons in gentleness and truth, by Aunt               New York, E.H. Fletcher. 1854
Alice.                                                          114 p.; Author's name given in Acrostic, p. 144.;
Boston, John P. Jewett & co. 1854                               Prose and poetry.
With original illustrations by Billings. Designed for              Reel: 70, No. 1297
school and families.; 104 p.; illus.; 16 cm.
   Reel: 70, No. 1291                                           Gray, Richardson.
                                                                   Original poetry on moral and religious subjects.
[Graves, Adelia Cleopatra (Spencer)] 1821-1895.                 Elizabeth-Town, N.J. 1824
    Melodies of heart and home, by Aunt Alice                   82 p.; 17 cm.
[pseud.].                                                          Reel: 60, No. 982
St. Louis, Mo., St. Louis Baptist Publishing Co.
[c1859]
96 p.; illus.; 15 cm.; Illus. t.p.
    Reel: 70, No. 1293



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Gray, Thomas.                                                Greeley, Horace, 1811-1872.
   Half century sermon, delivered on Sunday                     Occasional verses.
morning, April 24 1842 at Jamaica Plain by Thomas            n.p. [1838 or '39?]
Gray, D.D., Minister of the congregational church            unp.; 20 cm.
there.                                                          Reel: 60, No. 985
Boston, Printed by I.R. Butts. 1842
44 p.; 23 cm.                                                Green, E. Brewster.
   Reel: 60, No. 984                                            The child of passion; a poem.
                                                             Middletown, E. Hunt & Co. 1837
Gray, Thomas, 1803-1849.                                     40 p.
    Change: a poem pronounced at Roxbury, October               Reel: 60, No. 987
VIII, MDCCCXXX, in commemoration of the first
settlement of that town.                                     Green, George.
Roxbury [Mass.] Published by Charles P. Emmons,                 The Shunamite; recommended to the candid
J.H. Eastburn, printer, Boston. 1830                         perusal of all denominations of Christians.
25 p.; 23 cm.; (In Dearborn, Henry Alexander                 New York, Printed by Southwick and Pelsue, no. 3,
Scammel. An address... Roxbury, 1830).                       New street. 1810
    Reel: 60, No. 983                                        1 p.l., [5]-16 p.
                                                                Reel: 33, No. 857
Grayson, William John, 1788-1863.
   The hireling and the slave, Chicora and other             Green, J.W.
poems.                                                          Satan conquered; or, The son of God victorious: a
Charleston, S.C. McCarter & co. 1856                         poem.
xv p., 2 l., [21]-169 p.; 20 cm.                             Albany, C. Van Benthuysen and Co. 1844
   Reel: 71, No. 1301                                        166 p.
                                                                Reel: 60, No. 988
[Grayson, William John] 1788-1863.
   The Country.                                              Green, Joseph, 1706-1780.
Charleston, Russell & Jones. 1858                               Entertainment for a winter's evening: being a full
53, [2] p.; 19 cm.                                           and true account of a very strange and wonderful
   Reel: 70, No. 1298                                        sight seen in Boston, on the twenty-seventh of
                                                             December, 1749, at noon-day.
[Grayson, William John] 1788-1863.                           Boston, Printed in the year 1750. Reprinted 1795
   The hireling and the slave.                               The truth of which can be attested by a great number
Charleston, J. Russell. 1854                                 of people who actually saw the same with their own
xvi p., 1 l., [19]-106 p.; 23.5 cm.; Poem.                   eyes. By me, the Hon. B.B. esq; (alias Jos. Green,
   Reel: 70, No. 1299                                        esq); 12 p.; 17 cm.
                                                                Reel: 33, No. 860
[Grayson, William John] 1788-1863.
   The hireling and the slave.                               [Green, Joseph] 1706-1780.
Charleston, Russell. 1855                                       An eclogue sacred to the memory of the Rev. Dr.
2d ed.; 108 p.                                               Jonathan Mayhew, who departed this life July 9th,
   Reel: 70, No. 1300                                        anno salutis humanae 1766, aeatis 46.
                                                             Boston, Printed by Thomas and John Fleet. [1766]
The Great organ in the Boston Music Hall.                    16 p.
Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1865                                Reel: 33, No. 858
Being a brief history of the enterprise from its
commencement, with a description of the instrument;          [Green, Joseph] 1706-1780.
together with the inaugural ode, and some account of             Entertainment for a winter's evening: being a full
the opening ceremonies on the evening of November            and true account of a very strange and wonderful
2, 1863; to which is appended a short account of the         sight seen in Boston on the twenty-seventh of
principal organs in England and on the continent of          December at noonday.
Europe.; 102 p.; front.; 18 cm.                              Boston, Printed and sold by G. Rogers, next to the
    Reel: 71, No. 1302                                       prison in Queen street. [1750]
                                                             The truth of which can be attested by a great number
The Great Rhode Island seam; a narrative in rhyme.           of people who actually saw the same with their own
[1859]                                                       eyes. By me, the Hon'ble B. B. esq.; 1 p.l., [3], [6]-15
16 p.; illus.; Q.; (American Monthly v. 1, no. 1).           p.; 20 cm.
   Reel: 71, No. 1303                                            Reel: 33, No. 859

The Great September gale of 1869, in Providence and
vicinity.
Providence, Tillinghest & Mason. 1869
23 p.
   Reel: 71, No. 1304

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[Green, Joseph] 1706-1780.                                      [Greene, Richard Henry] 1839-1926.
   A mournful lamentation for the sad and deplorable               Cannon-flashes and pan-dashes.
death of Mr. Old Tenor, a native of New-England,                New York, W.H. Kelley & co. 1866
who after a long confinement, by a deep and mortal              Claes Martenze [pseud.]; 56 p., 1., [57]-110 p.; 20
wound which he received above twelve months                     cm.; Poems of the civil war, followed by Moodus, an
before, expired on the 31st day of March, 1750.                 Indian legend.
[Boston]. [1750]                                                   Reel: 71, No. 1311
He lived beloved, and died lamented. To the
mournful tune of Chevy-chace.; broadside.                       Greenleaf, George Dickson.
   Reel: 33, No. 862                                               An essay on the final condition of the impenitent
                                                                dead.
Greene, Albert Gorton, 1802-1868.                               DePauville, New York. 1867
   Catalogue of the private library of the late Hon.            Read at the Watertown District Preachers'
Albert G. Greene.                                               Association ... October 10, 1865. With thoughts on
New York, Bangs, Merwin & co., auctioneers. 1869                the second death...; 44 p.; 14 cm.
To be sold by auction ... March 29, 1869, and                      Reel: 71, No. 1312
succeeding days.; 2 p.l., 521 p.; 24 cm.; 6,742
entries.; Priced.; The collection of American poetry,           [Greenwell, Dora] 1821-1882.
which is cataloged separately, p. 10-128, passed into              The patience of hope, by the author of "A present
the hands of Caleb Fiske Harris, from whose estate it           heaven.".
was purchased by Henry B. Anthony and bequeathed                Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1862
to Brown University.                                            With an introduction by John G. Whittier...; [3], vi-
   Reel: 71, No. 1305                                           171, [3], 16 p.; 16 pages of publisher's notices at end
                                                                of book.
Greene, Albert Gorton, 1802-1868.                                  Reel: 71, No. 1313
    Old Grimes.
Providence, S.S. Rider & brother. 1867                          Greenwood, Francis William Pitt, 1797-1843.
Illustrated by Augustus Hoppin.; 1 p.l., 12 numb.l.                Sermon delivered at the ordination of the Rev. W.
illus., p.l. 24 cm.; Illustrated t.-p.; In verse.               P. Lunt, as pastor of the second cong. Unit. soc., in
    Reel: 71, No. 1306                                          the city of New York, June 19, 1828.
                                                                New York, David Felt. 1828
Greene, George Washington, 1811-1883.                           [Charge, by Rev. N. L. Frothingham: R. H. F., and
    Historical view of the American revolution.                 Address by Rev. William Ware.]; 50 p.
Boston, Ticknor & Fields. 1865                                     Reel: 60, No. 991
ix, [3], 459, 24 p.; 18.5 cm.; "Literature of the
revolution, part II--Poetry" p. [389]-443.; 24 pages of         Greenwood, Thomas Jefferson, 1799-1874.
publisher's notices at end of book.                                Original humn.
    Reel: 71, No. 1307                                          [n.p.]. [1896]
                                                                In Boston. Ancient and honorable artillery company.
Greene, Jerome B.                                               Proceedings on its CCSSS anniversary.; p. 6-7.
   The world's progress, and other poems.                          Reel: 73, No. 1314
Worcester, Mass., The author. 1856
[3], vi-112 p.; 17 cm.; Half-title.; Copyrighted "by            Greer, W.H.H.
Jerome B. Greene.".                                                 Miscellaneous poems.
   Reel: 71, No. 1308                                           Pittsburgh, Printed by W.S. Haven. 1853
                                                                In addition to which are four prose poems, entitled,
Greene, Jonas.                                                  "Man", "Evening meditations," "Honor" and
    The crown won but not worn; or, M. Louise                   "Universal love"...; 364 p.; 19 cm.
Greene, a student of five years at Kent's Hill, Maine.              Reel: 71, No. 1315
Boston. 1867
iv, 5-162 p.; 23 cm.; Contains poetry.                          Gregg, Currie.
    Reel: 71, No. 1309                                             The spirit dirge, and other poems.
                                                                Holliston, Mass., D. Heard, jr., printer. 1850
Greene, Nathaniel.                                              16 p.; 24.5 cm.
   An address, delivered at Faneuil Hall, Boston                   Reel: 60, No. 992
January 8, 1828.
Boston, Richardson & Lord. 1828                                 [Gregg, Jarvis] 1808-1836.
22 p.; 23 cm.                                                      Selumiel; or, A visit to Jerusalem; and the most
   Reel: 60, No. 990                                            interesting scenes in and around it.
                                                                Philadelphia, American Sunday-school union.
Greene, Nathaniel, 1797-1877.                                   [c1833]
   Improvisations and translations.                             A.D. 40...; 225 p.; 15 cm.
Boston, Ticknor, Reed, and Fields. 1852                            Reel: 60, No. 993
133 p.; 19 cm.; Half-title.
   Reel: 71, No. 1310

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Grégoire, Henri, constitutional bp. of Blois, 1750-              Grievous, Peter, jr., pseud.
1831.                                                               A congratulatory epistle to the redoubtable "Peter
   An enquiry concerning the intellectual and moral              Porcupine," on his "Complete triumph over the once
faculties, and literature of negroes.                            towering but fallen and despicable faction in the
Brooklyn: Printed by Kirk. 1810                                  United States:" a poem.
Tr. by D.B. Warden.; 253 p.                                      Philadelphia, From the free and independent political
   Reel: 72, No. 2114                                            & literary press of Thomas Bradford, printer,
                                                                 bookseller & stationer, no. 8, South Front street. 1796
Grenell, Zelotes, 1841-1918.                                     To which is annexed The vision, a dialogue between
    Democracy!.                                                  Marat and Peter Porcupine, in the infernal regions.;
New York, Holman. 1867                                           44 p.; 21.5 cm.
In five parts, 16 p.; 15 cm.; Inscribed copy.                       Reel: 33, No. 864
    Reel: 71, No. 1317
                                                                 Griffin, Alice McClure.
[Grenville, Alonzo Snow].                                           Poems.
   [Original poetic effusions].                                  Cincinnati, Rickey and Carroll. 1864
[Boston, E.W. Davies]. [1822.]                                   xvi, [17]-126 p.; 18.5 cm.
Moral, religious, and sentimental.; 3 p.l., vi, 206 p.;             Reel: 72, No. 1318
17 cm.
   Reel: 60, No. 995                                             Griffin, Edmond Dorr.
                                                                    [Two Latin poems, paraphrased in English verse].
[Grenville, Alonzo Snow].                                        [1822]
   Original poetic effusions, moral, religious, and              16 p.
sentimental.                                                        Reel: 60, No. 999
Dedham [Mass.] John Adams. 1823
2d ed.; 180 p.; 17 cm.                                           Griffin, Edmund Dorr, 1804-1830.
   Reel: 60, No. 994                                                Remains.
                                                                 New York, Carvill. 1831
[Grew, Harriet Catharine].                                       with a biographical memoir of the deceased, by the
   Memorials of a young Christian.                               Rev. John McVickar...; 2 v.; por.
Philadelphia, Merri, Hew and Gunn, printers. 1837                   Reel: 60, No. 998
106 p.
   Reel: 60, No. 996                                             Griffing, Augustus, 1767-1866.
                                                                    Soliloquy on the death of Miss Deziah Griffing,
Grice, C.E.                                                      who died December 11, 1794, aged 24 years.
     The battle of New Orleans; or, Glory, love and              New York, Printed at the office of John Harrisson.
loyalty; an historical and national drama, in five acts.         [1795]
New York, Printed for the author, by John Low. 1816              To which is added, An elegy on Deziah Narcissa
By [the] author of Leonidas; or, The Grecian father;             Griffing.; 8 p.; 16 cm.
...; 59 p.; front.; 19 cm.                                          Reel: 33, No. 865
     Reel: 33, No. 863
                                                                 [Griffith, Arabella].
Gridley, Selah, 1767?-1826?.                                        The little blind girl.
    The mill of the muses.                                       New York, A.D.F. Randolph. 1867
Exeter [N.H.] T. Gridley. 1828                                   40 p. incl. front., illus.; 20 cm.
vii, [9]-267 p.; 15 cm.                                             Reel: 72, No. 1319
    Reel: 60, No. 997
                                                                 [Griffith, Arabella].
Grierson, Miss.                                                     The little blind girl of Normandie.
   Lily Douglas; a simple story; humbly intended, as             New York, A.D.F. Randolph & co. 1868
a premium and pattern, for Sabbath schools.                      40 p.; incl. front., illus.; 19.5 cm.
Boston, Crocker & Brewster. 1827                                    Reel: 72, No. 1320
2nd ed.; 108 p.
   Reel: 75, No. 1251.1                                          Griffith, Isaac.
                                                                    Galanthe, the angel of the ruby tower: in six
                                                                 cantos.
                                                                 Philadelphia, E. Littell. 1828
                                                                 To which are added the adventures of Francisco...; v,
                                                                 [7]-84 p.; 15 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 61, No. 1000




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[Grigg, J.].                                                  Guérin, Bertrand.
   A pastoral address to young women.                            Satire against satire; being an answer to a
Philadelphia. 1843                                            scandalous publication, entitled "Satyre americaine.".
By the rector of St. Timothy's church, Philadelphia.;         Baltimore, Printed for the author by John W. Butler.
36 p.; 17 cm.                                                 [1808]
   Reel: 61, No. 1001                                         25 [i.e. 24] p.; 18 cm.
                                                                 Reel: 33, No. 867
[Griggs, Helen Augusta] d. 1860.
   My father's knell: poems, in memory of S.G., who           Guest, Moses.
was drowned near Gloucester, Mass., August 16th,                 Poems on several occassions to which are annexed
1850, aged LIII.                                              extracts from a journal.
New York, Printed by E.O. Jenkins. 1856                       Cincinnati. 1823
168 p.; 19 cm.; "Printed for private distribution.".          160 p.
   Reel: 72, No. 1321                                            Reel: 61, No. 1005

[Griggs, Helen Augusta] d. 1860.                              Guest, Moses.
   Songs for the sorrowing.                                      Poems on several occassions, to which are
New York, Phinney, Blakeman & Mason; Buffalo,                 annexed extracts from a journal.
Breed, Butler & co. 1861                                      Cincinnati. 1824
By H.N. [pseud.] With an introduction, by W.R.                2 ed.; 160 p.
Williams...; [3], vi-284 p.; 18.5 cm.; Half-title.               Reel: 61, No. 1006
   Reel: 72, No. 1322
                                                              Guest, Moses.
Grillparzer, Franz, 1791-1872.                                   Poems on several occassions, to which are
   Sappho; a tragedy in five acts.                            annexted extracts from a journal.
New York, D. Appleton & co. 1858                              Cincinnati. 1824
After the German of Franz Grillparzer, by Edda                2d ed.; 160 p.
Middleton.; [4], 160 p.; front.; 28 cm.                          Reel: 61, No. 1004
   Reel: 72, No. 1323
                                                              Guide to Christian perfection.
[Grinfield, Charles Vaughan].                                 Boston, T. Merritt and D. King. 1841
    A century of acrostics on the most eminent names          [3], 74-104, [2] p.; (Vol. III, no. 4, whole no. 28).
in literature, science, and art, down to the present             Reel: 61, No. 1007
time: chronologically arranged.
London, Simpkin, Marshall & co., [etc., etc.]. 1855           Guillotina, for January 1, 1797.
[14], 56 p.; Half-title.; Preface signed C.V.G.               [Hartford]. [January 1, 1797]
    Reel: 72, No. 1324                                        Addressed to the readers of the Connecticut Courant.;
                                                              broadside.
[Grinnell, Charles Edward] 1841-1916.                            Reel: 33, No. 868
   Jurgium geminorum; or, Rumpus Romuli
Remique.                                                      Gunnison, Elisha Norman, 1836?-1880.
[Cambridge]. [1862]                                              Our stars.
A tragedy, in five acts...; 15 p.; 23 cm.                     Philadelphia, Ringwalt & Brown. 1863
   Reel: 72, No. 1325                                         For the Army of the Potomac.; 1 p.l., 120 p.; port.;
                                                              17.5 cm.
Grist, Franklin Richard.                                         Reel: 72, No. 1326
   A poem.
New Haven, B.L. Hamlen. 1848                                  Gurnett, Ann Eliza (Bullard), Mrs.
and the valedictory oration, by Cyprian G. Webster;              Twilight effusions, by nobody.
pronounced before the senior class in Yale College,           Providence. 1850
July 5, 1848.; 48 p.                                          56 p.
   Reel: 61, No. 1002                                            Reel: 61, No. 1008

The Guardian, vol. 1, no. 2, May, 1838.                       [Gurney, Eliza Paul (Kirkbride), Mrs.] 1801-1881.
New York, New York Female Moral Reform Society.                   Heart utterances at various periods of a chequered
1838                                                          life.
Fourth annual report of the N.Y. Female Moral                 n.p. [privately printed]. [18--?]
Reform Society; and a poem, by the Rev. H.                    Not published.; 2 p.l., [vii]-93 p.; 18 cm.
Bingham of the Sandwich Island Mission, on Moral                  Reel: 33, No. 869
reform; 16 p.
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Guthry, John.                                                    Hadley (Mass.).
   Federalism detected.                                             Bi-centennial celebration.
Philadelphia, Printed for the author. 1815                       [North Hampton, Ma.]. [1859]
The first and second chapters of the Book of                     June 8, 1859. Order of exercises for the day...; [4] p.;
Chronicles of North America. A political sermon on               23 cm.
the Epistle of Paul to the Romans, chap. xiii. 3. Two               Reel: 72, No. 1332
new songs, the British and our account of the battle
of Orleans. With other pieces both in prose and                  Hadley (Mass.).
verse.; 36 p.; 18 cm.                                                Celebration of the two hundreth anniversary of the
   Reel: 33, No. 870                                             settlement of Hadley, Massachusetts, at Hadley, June
                                                                 8, 1859; including the address by Rev. Prof. F.D.
Gutzkow, Karl Ferdinand, 1811-1878.                              Huntington.
   Uriel Acosta, a tragedy in five acts.                         Northampton, Bridgman & Childs. 1859
New York, M. Ellinger & co. 1860                                 poem by Edward C. Porter... and the other exercises
Tr. from the German by M.M.; [5], 8-104 p.; 19 cm.;              of the occasion.; 98 p.; 21 cm.; Half-title.
Half-title.; Translated in blank verse.                              Reel: 72, No. 1333
   Reel: 72, No. 1327
                                                                 Hagen, John Cole.
Gwyn, Laura.                                                        Affection's gift, for the loving and the loved.
   Miscellaneous poems.                                          Philadelphia, J.E. Potter. 1860
[Greenville, S.C.]. [c1860]                                      144, x p.; Half-title.; Published in 1853 under title:
218 p.                                                           Footprints of truth; or, Voice of humanity.; 10 pages
   Reel: 72, No. 1328                                            of publisher's notices at end of book.
                                                                    Reel: 72, No. 1334
Hackelton, Maria W.
    Jamestown of Pemaquid: a poem.                               Hagen, John Cole.
New York, Hurd and Houghton. 1869                                   Ballads of the revolution.
Read on the site of Fort Frederic, on the reception of           New York, G. Munro & co. [c1866]
the committee of the Maine historical society by the             2 p.l., 7-80 p.; 16 cm.
citizens of Bristol, August 26, 1869. Published under               Reel: 72, No. 1335
the direction of the society.; 40 p.; 19.5 cm.;
Prefatory notice by Edward Ballard; Historical sketch            Hagen, John Cole.
signed M.W.H.; Settlement destroyed in 1689.                        Foot prints of truth: or, Voice of humanity.
    Reel: 72, No. 1329                                           New York, Cornish, Lamport & co. 1853
                                                                 With illustrations by F.A. Chapman, J. Cranch, and
Hackett, Horatio Balch, 1808-1875.                               William Walcutt. Engraved on steel, by J.C. McRae.;
   Christian memorials of the war; or, Scenes and                1 p.l., iv, [5]-144 p.; front., illus., plates. 23.5 cm.;
incidents illustrative of religious faith and principle,         Published in 1859 under title: Affection's gift, for the
patriotism and bravery in our army.                              loving and the loved.
Boston, Gould and Lincoln; New York, Sheldon and                    Reel: 72, No. 1336
co.; [etc., etc.]. 1864
With historical notes.; [3], vi-252, [14] p.; 20 cm.; 12         [Haight, Richard K.].
pages of publisher's notices at end of book.                        Not the "Burden", but the glory of Egypt: not the
   Reel: 72, No. 1330                                            Pharaohs, but the Heirophants, Kings and priests
                                                                 "After the order of Melchisedeck".
Hadcock, John W.                                                 New York, Printed for private circulation only. 1843
   Science, illustrated and applied; a poem, in two              12 p.; 23 cm.
parts.                                                              Reel: 61, No. 1010
Utica [New York] Beardsley & Lyon, printers. 1851
To which are added miscellaneous poems. Original                 [Haight, Sarah (Rogers)].
and selected.; 186 p.; 18.5 cm.                                     A medley of joy and grief; being a selection of
   Reel: 72, No. 1331                                            original pieces in prose and verse chiefly on religious
                                                                 subjects, by a Lady of New York.
Haddock, Charles Brickett, 1796-1861.                            New York, W.B. Gilley. 1822
   A discourse delivered at Hanover, H.H., May 7,                298 p., 1 l.; 20 cm.
1841, on the occasion of the death of William Henry                 Reel: 61, No. 1010.1
Harrison, late President of the United States.
Windsor, Vt., Printed by Tracy and Severance. 1841               [Haines, Hiram] b. 1802.
24 p.; 21 cm.                                                       Mountain buds and blossoms, wove in a rustic
   Reel: 61, No. 1009                                            garland.
                                                                 Petersburg [Va.] Yancey & Burton, printers. 1825
                                                                 By the stranger, of Fairfax lodge, no.43--Fairfax
                                                                 chapter, no.13--and Petersburg Council of royal and
                                                                 select masters, no.5...; xii, [13]-204 p.; 18 cm.
                                                                    Reel: 61, No. 1011

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Hale, Edward Everett, 1822-1909.                                 Hale, Sarah Josepha (Buell), Mrs., 1788-1879.
   Sybaris and other homes.                                         The genius of oblivion; and other original poems.
Boston, Fields, Osgood & co. 1869                                Concord, J.B. Moore. 1823
xiv p., [2], 206 p.; 18.5 cm.; Contents.--My visit to            By A lady of New-Hampshire.; viii, [9]-146 p., 1 l.;
Sybaris.--How they lived at Naguadavick.--How they               17 cm.
live in Vineland.--How they live in Boston, and how                 Reel: 61, No. 1015
they die there.--Homes for Boston laborers.--
Appendix.                                                        Hale, Sarah Josepha (Buell), Mrs., 1788-1879.
   Reel: 72, No. 1337                                               Harry Guy, the widow's son: A story of the sea.
                                                                 Boston, Published by B.B. Mussey and co. 1848
Hale, George H., 1832-1850.                                      72 p.; 19 cm.
   "Records" [of his writings, copied after his death               Reel: 61, No. 1016
by his sister Anne].
[Putnam]. 1850                                                   Hale, Sarah Josepha (Buell), Mrs., 1788-1879.
[Manuscript]; 210 p.; 26 cm.                                        Three hours; or, The vigil of love: and other
   Reel: 61, No. 1012                                            poems.
                                                                 Philadelphia, Carey and Hart. 1848
Hale, Mary Whitwell, 1810-1862.                                  2 p.l., [vii]-x, 11-216 p.; 17 cm.
   Poems.                                                           Reel: 62, No. 1018
Boston, W.D. Ticknor. 1840
216 p.; 19 cm.                                                   Hale, Sarah Josepha (Buell), Mrs., 1788-1879, ed.
   Reel: 61, No. 1013                                                My little song book: adapted to children and
                                                                 youth.
Hale, Sarah Josepha (Buell).                                     Boston, J.B. Dow. 1841
   Happy changes, or, Pride and its consequences.                vii, [9]-71 p.; 15 cm.
New York, E. Dunigan. [n.d.]                                         Reel: 61, No. 1017
62 p.
   Reel: 61, No. 1015.1                                          Hall, Abby.
                                                                    In memoriam.
Hale, Sarah Josepha (Buell).                                     [n.p.]. [1866]
   The wise boys, or, The entertaining histories of              Sarah Hills Hall. Born Nov. 12, 1777. Died Sept. 21,
Fred Forethought, Matt Merrythought, Luke                        1866.; 16 p.
Lovebook, and Ben Bee.                                              Reel: 73, No. 1341
New York, Edwd. Dunigan. [n.d.]
62 p.                                                            [Hall, Arethusa] 1802-1891.
   Reel: 62, No. 1018.1                                             Life and character of the Rev. Sylvester Judd.
                                                                 Boston, D.C. Colesworthy. 1857
Hale, Sarah Josepha (Buell), 1788-1879.                          x p., 1 p.l., 531 p.; port.
   ...The countries of Europe.                                      Reel: 73, No. 1342
[New York] McLoughlin bros. [n.d.]
Edited by Mrs. Sarah Jane Hale.; 3 p.l., [9]-58 p.; col.         [Hall, B.S., Mrs.].
plates.; (Little boy's & girl's library).                           Sketch of the life of Mrs. Lucy Wilder, wife of
   Reel: 61, No. 1014.1                                          Rev. Otis Wilder, by a friend.
                                                                 Springfield, L.M. Guernsey, book, card & job printer.
Hale, Sarah Josepha (Buell), 1788-1879.                          1854
   Love; or, Woman's Destiny.                                    22, [1] p.; 19 cm.
Philadelphia, D. Ashmead. 1870                                      Reel: 73, No. 1343
A poem in two parts, with other poems.; 112 p.; 15
cm.                                                              Hall, Charles Winslow, 1843-1916.
   Reel: 73, No. 1338                                               Legends of the Gulf: Pierre Godey's story, The
                                                                 captain's story, The island of the dead.
Hale, Sarah Josepha (Buell), 1788-1879.                          Charlottetown, P.E.I., William H. Bremner. 1870
   Sketches of little girls.                                     81 p.; 17 cm.
New York. [1860]                                                    Reel: 73, No. 1344
63, [1] p.; Bound with her: Spring Flowers. New
York [186-] 64 p.                                                Hall, Elizabeth (Smith).
   Reel: 73, No. 1339                                               A western tour, and other poems.
                                                                 Ravenna, Ohio, Democrat Print. 1865
Hale, Sarah Josepha (Buell), Mrs., 1788-1879.                    Printed for private and family circulation.; 24 p.; 14
   Alice Ray: a romance in rhyme.                                cm.
Philadelphia. 1845                                                  Reel: 73, No. 1345
37 p.; 17 cm.
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                                          American Poetry, 1609-1870
                                                Author Index

[Hall, John Bishop] of Cincinnati.                                 Halleck, Fitz-Green, 1790-1867.
   The little book open.                                               Poetical works, now first collected; illustrated
[Cincinnati?]. [1869]                                              with steel engravings, from drawings by American
The roar of the approaching lion! Or, The seven                    artists.
thunders...; vi, [7]-96, 60, 47 p.; 1 illus.; 17.5 cm.;            New York, D. Appleton & company; [etc., etc.].
Signed: John Bishop Hall.                                          1848
   Reel: 73, No. 1346                                              2 ed.; 280 p.; front. plates. port.; 22 cm.
                                                                       Reel: 63, No. 1033
Hall, Lansing V., b. 1828.
   Voices of nature.                                               Halleck, Fitz-Greene.
New York, J.A. Gray & Green, printers. 1869                            The poetical works of Fitz-Greene Halleck.