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FROM THE EARLIEST PERIOD TO 1891 



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JOSEPH WILLIAMSON 

Jt£MBER OF THE MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, AND OF THE 
NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 



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BIBLIOGEAPHY OF MAINE. 



Mabi£, Hamilton Wbioht. 

Our New England: her nature described by Hamilton Wright 

Mabie; and some of* her familiar scenes illustrated. Boston: 

. Roberts Bros. 1890. obi. 4to. pp. 4, 24. [5657 

Macs, Fayette. 

Familiar Dialogues on Shakerism; in which the principles of the 
United Society are illustrated and defended. By Fayette Mace. 
Approved by the church. 

** Magna est veritat et prevalent. " 
Behold the latter day appears, 

And things mysterious greet our ears. 
Which seem to make this wise demand— 
** Let him that heareth understand. *' 

Portland: Charles Day <& Co., Printers. 1837. 12mo. pp. 120. 

[5ft58 

Macs, Mbs. Fbamces Latjohton. b. Orono., 1886; removed to San 
Jose, Cal., 1885. 
Israfel. Harp. Mag. 54 : 809. (1877.) (Illus.) [5659 

Legends, Lyrics and Sonnets. Boston : Cupples, Upham and Com- 
pany. 1883. 12mo. pp. viii, 182. [5660 

^The same. Second edition. 1884. 12mo. pp. v, 227. [5661 

^The Kingdom of the Child. A poem. By Mrs. Frances L. Mace. 

Harp. Mag. 68: 95. (1883.) (Illus.) [5662 

^Midsummer on Mount Desert. A poem. Harp. Mag. 71 : 181. (1885.) 

[5663 
niustiatlons drawn by Harry Fenn. Engraved by 6. £. Johnson, Stew- 
art, P. Del'Orme, Wood, Varley, and Orlmley. Head-piece. " O Rushing 
Wave, Flow Past the Seaward ClUZ. *' " The Island City Glitters on the Bay. " 
'• Sunrise on Green Mountain.'* ** Float Nearer Still and Drop the Oar." 
T^ll-plece. 

How Glooskap Brought the Summer. (Algonquin.) Atl. Mo. 

61 : 661. (1885.) [5664 

A Welcome Home to Longfellow. Poem, at unveiling his bust. 

1885. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d ser. 2:102. [5665 

Under Pine and Palm. Boston: Ticknor and Company. 1888. 

16mo. pp. 222. [5666 

^Biography of. 1889. See Howe, Caroline Dana. 

2* 



2 BIBLIOORAPHY OF MAINE. 

Machiab. Incorporated 1784. 

Trading House at, attacked. 1631. See Bradford, William. 

First Record of deeds (of land) in. 1766. See Patterson, William 

D. 
Capture of the Margaretta at 1775. See Cooper, J. Fenimore; 

Dawson, H. B.; Drisko, Geoi^e W.; Lossing, K. J.; Talbot, Gtoorge 

F.; Winsor, Justin. 

^First Kaval Battle of Revolution at 1775. See Talbot, Geo. F. 

First Sea fight of Revolution at 1775. See Parker, Foxhall A. 

^The Action Off. 1775. See Dawson, Henry B. 

Attack on. 1775. Sir George CoUier^s declaration to the inhabi- 
tants. See Town, Ithiel. 

Machias River near the Mills, and a sketch of Machias Mills. 1777. 

See Des Barres, J. F. W. 

Enlistments at Machias. 1777. Bang. H. M. 4:68. (1888.) [5667 

^Expenditures at 1777. See Allan, John. 

Muster Roll at 1777. Bang. H. M. 6: 105. (1890.) [5668 

Pay Roll of Indians in defence of. 1777. See Allan, John. 

Soldiers at 1777. See Revolutionary soldiers. 

Act of Incorporation of Machias. 1784. Bang. H. M. 2: 132. 

(1887.) [5669 

Eastern Registry of Deeds at 1784. See Porter, J. W. 

^Warrant for town meeting at Machias to choose a Register of Deeds 

in 1785. From the town records. Bang. H. M. 3: 156. (1888.) 

[5670 
Topograpliicnl Description. 1795. j^ee Cooper, John. 

Oration on Washington. 1794. See Cooper, John. 

Sermon. 1795. See Brown, Clark. 

^Proceedings of the church at 1797. See Brown, Clark. 

Discourses. 1800. See Steele, Marshfield. 

Proclamation of embargo. 1814. See Millikeu, Alexander. 

Letter concerning sea fight at. 1818. See Wheaton, Josep»h. 

Representatives to the General Court of Massachusetts. Prior to 

1820. Bang. H. M. 3:320. (1888.) [5671 

Sermon on Rev. Marshfield Steele. 1800. See Fisher, Jonathan. 

Naval Chronicle of the Margaretta. 1820. See Goldsborough, 

Charles W. 



-Sermon, ordination. 1825. See Bigelow, Jonathan. 
-Account of. 1834. See Williamson, W. D. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. O 

-Confession of Faith and Covenant of the First Congregatiooal 
church in Machias, Maine. With a list of the members. Boston: 
Printed by George W. Light. 1840. 12mo. pp. 21. [5672 

-Sermon, missionary. 1841. See Adams, George £. 

-O^Brien Family, exertions of. (1847.) See O'Brien, John. 

-Liberty Pole, a tale of Machias. (1856.) See Ilsley, Charles P. 

-Confession of Faith and Covenant of the Centre Street Congrega- 
gational church, Machias, Me. Adopted Dec. 1857. Machias, 
Maine, Printed at the Republican Office. 1857. 24mo. pp. 10. 

[5673 

-History first settlement. 1857. See Drisko, George W. 

-Specification for jail at. 18.58. See Bryant, Gridley J. F. 

-Memorial centennial anniversary of settlement, 1863. See Smith, 
William B. 

-Materials for a history of Machias, Maine. From the town records. 
Hist. Mag. 2d ser. 8: 39, 89. (1870.) [5674 

-Catalogue of library connected with Centre Street Congregational 
church, in Machias, Me. Printed by C. O. Furbush, Machias, Me. 
n. d. 24mo. pp. 34. [5675 

-Manual of Centre Street church, Machias, Me. Machias: Printed by 
C. O. Furbush. 1876. 24mo. pp. 34. [5676 

-Catalogue of library connected with Centre Street Cong, church in 
Machias, Maine. Machias: Printed by C. O. Furbush. 1881. 
24mo. pp. 26. [5677 

-Inscriptions copied from gravestones in old burying-ground back of 
the town house, Machias. Bang. H. M. 2: 44. (1886.) [5678 

-Catalogue of library connected with Centre Street Cong, church in 
Machias, Maine. Machias: Printed by C. O. Furbush. 1887. 
24mo. pp. 20, 6. [5679 



From Petit Manan to Machias. 1890. See Drake, Samuel A. 

Ancient Machias Bay and River. Bang. H. M. 6: 75. (1890.) [508O 

Historical Memoranda concerning. Machias. Me. Hist. Soc. Cull. 

2d ser. I:2a3. (1890.) [.MJSi 

Machiaspobt. Incorporated 1826. 

Buck's Harbor Settlement. 1888 See Pratt, J. F. 

Machink, Jr. Pseud. 

Belfast Business Directory, for 1877-78. By Machine, Jr. Belfast: 
for sale by H. G. O. Washburn, 1857. 24mo. pp. 26. [5682 

In verse. Reprinted in the Republican Journal, in 1889. 

McClbebt, Chablxs La Forest. 6. Farmington. 1854. Journalist. 
Pamphlet on Maine for New Orleans Exposition. 1885. [5683 



4 BIBLIOOBAPHY OF MAINE. 

HcClintock, John Nobbis. b. 1846. Editor, Concord, N. H. Civil 
engineer, Boston. 
LovewelPs War. Bay State Mo. 1 : 81. (1884.) Also Gran. Mo. 7: 380. 
(1884.) [5684 

McClintock, Letitia. 

The Cottagers of Glencarran. By Letitia McClintock. Portland : 
Hoyt, Fogg and Breed. 1870. 16mo. pp. 112. [5685 

McClintock, Samuel, D. D. 1782-1804. Clergyman, Greenland, N. H. 
A Discourse of submission to the diyine will under affliction, 
delivered by Samuel McClintock, A. M., minister of the gospel 
at Greenland, at the funeral of Rev. Alpheus Spring, of Kittery: 
who died June 14, 1701, in the 52nd year of his age: much 
lamented, as a great loss to the church of God and to the public 
as well as to his family and particular acquaintances. Dover, 
(New Hampshire). Printed by Eliphalet Ladd. M. DCC. XCI. 
8vo. pp. 24. [5686 

McCoBB, Jambs Thomas. 1812-82. Lawyer, Augusta, Portland. 
Revision of American Precedents, 1874. See Oliver, Benjamin L. 

McCoBB, Miss Maby Sblden. Portland. 

Goldy and Goldy's Friends. New York: E. P. Dutton and Company. 

1875. (Copyright, 1872.) 16mo. pp. 136. (lUus.) [5687 
Three Little Tylers. Second of the Goldy books. By Mary Den- 

sel. New York: E. P. Dutton & Company. 1875. (Copyright, 

1872.) 42mo. pp. 162. [5688 
Tel. Tyler at School. New York: E. P. Dutton & Company. 1875. 

(Copyright, 1872.) 16mo. pp. 186. (Illus.) [5689 

Lloyd Densel, by the author of *• The Goldy Books, " etc. 

'* Let thy heart be true to God, thy mouth to it, thy actions to them both. 
Dare to be true.*' 

Georok Herbert. 
** To labor and to be content with what a man hath, is a sweet life. " 

EcclesiasticuB. 
" For Mercy hath a human heart. Pity, a human face ; and Love, the human 
form divine, and Peace the human dress. " 

William Blake. 

New York: E. P. Dutton and Company, 718 Broadway, 1874. 
16mo. pp. 284. (One illus.) [5690 

Macombeb, James R. Bangor. 

Address at Augusta. 1841. See Mechanics. 

Macombeb, Job. Clergyman, Bowdoinham, 1784-1810. 

Poem, delivered in Bowdoinham to a respectable audience on the 
Fourth of July, 1806, it being the anniversary of American 
Independence. Second edition. Buckstown (Maine), Anthony 
Holland, Printer. 1811. 8vo. pp. 8. [5691 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 5 

McCoy, Sergeant. 

Journal of Amold^s expedition against Quebec. 1775. Manuscript. 

[6692 
Referred to by Henry, John J., in his account of bardBtaips, &c., 1812. Its 
present existence is unknown. 

McCrate, Thomas. 1772-1835. Wiscasset. 

Speeches relative to him as collector of Wiscasset. 1832. See 
Pearce, Dutee J.; also Slade, William. 

McOrillis, H. O. Taunton, Mass. 

Records of the McOrillis families in America. Compiled and 

arranged by H. O. McCrillis. Taunton: 1882. 8yo. pp. 42. [5693 

One branch of the family sprang from Daniel McCrillis, who settled in 
Lebanon. 

McCrillis, William H. 1813-89. Lawyer, Bangor, 1834-89. 
Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

McCulloch, Hugh, LL. D. 1808-95. b. Eennebunk. Statesman, Wash- 
ington. 
Men and Measures of Half a Century. Sketches and comments by 
Hugh McCulloch, secretary of the treasury in the administrations 
of Presidents Lincoln, Johnson and Arthur. New York : Charles 
Scribner's Sons. 1888. 8vo. pp. xzv, 542i [5694 

Chapter X\I contains an account of William F. Fessenden, his adminis- 
tration of the treasury, and his statesmanship : and Chapter XXVI, his action 
In the impeachment trial of President Johnson. 

McCvLLT, Charles Gardiner. Clergyman, Calais. 

In Memoriam. A discourse on occasion of the death of the Rev. 

Seth H. Keeler, D. D., pastor of the Congregational church, Calais, 

Me., 1839-68. By the Rev. Chas. G. McCully, January 9, 1887. 

J. A. Sears, Printer, Calais, Me. n. d. (1887.) 16mo. pp. 14. 

[5605 
MacDonald, James Madison, D. D. 1812-76. 

A Mourning Land. A sermon occasioned by the late duel at Wash- 
ington, between Jonathan Cilley and William J. Graves, members 
of Congress. Preached at New London. Sabbath evening, March 
18, 1838. By James M. MacDonald, pastor of the Second Congre- 
gational church. New London. New London: Printed by Eben- 
ezer Williams. MDCCCXXXVIII. 8vo. pp. 16. [6696 

McDonald, Moses. 1815-69. Lawyer, Saco. 

NoUceof. N.E.Reg. 24; 83. (1870.) [6697 

McGaw, Jacor. 1778-67. Lawyer, Fryeburg, Bangor. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

^Proceedings of the Penobscot bar, at the court house, in Bangor, 

Me., May 14th, 1867, upon the death of Jacob McGaw, Esq., who 
died May 12th, 1867. Bangor: Printed by Smith A Hill, 1867 
18mo. pp. 12. [i)698 



6 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

MoGsJSf THOMA.S D^ABcr. 1825-08. Statesman, Canada. 

Address at Popham celebration. 1862. See Ballard, Edward. 

MaoGbeoobb, David. 1710-77. Clergyman, Londonderry, N. H. 

The Christian Soldier. A sermon preached at Newbury, at the or- 
dination of the Bey. Alexander Boyd; to the pastorate office at 
New Castle, in the Province of Massachusetts Bay. By the Rev. 
David MacGregore, of Londonderry. Boston: Printed by B. Edes 
and J. Gill, at the Printing Office in King Street, for S. Knee- 
land, in Queen Street. 1755. 12mo. pp. 26. [5699 

McIntosh, Sib Jambs. 1765-1832. English author. 

The Study and Practice of the Law, considered in their various re- 
lations to society. In a series of letters. By a member of Lin- 
coln's Inn. First American edition. Portland: Printed by 
Thomas B. Wait & Co. 1806. 8vo. pp. 364. [5700 

McIntybb, Philip W. Portland. 

Lawyers at ParsonsAeld. 1885. See Dearborn, J W. 

McKebn, B. Walkeb. Augusta. 

Memorial of the Maine State Agricultural Society for the adoption 
of measures for the settlement and sale of the public lands of 
Maine. Augusta, 1858. 8vo. pp. 27. [5701 

McKeen, Ja&cbs, M. D. 1798-1873. Physician, Topsham. 

Remarks at his funeral. 1873. See Packard, A. S. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1876. See Horr, O. A. 

McKbbn, John. 1789-1861. Brunswick. 

Some Account of the early settlements at Sagadahock and on the 
Androscoggin River; with a suggestion that the exploration 
by Popham^ s colony was up the Androscoggin River, and not 
the Kennebec. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 3: 311. (1853.) [5702 

Remarks on the voyage of George Waymouth, to the coast of 

Maine. 16a5. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 5: 307. (1857.) [5703 

McKeen, Joseph, D. D. 1757-1807, President Bowdoin College, 
1802-07. 
A Sermon preached at the ordination of the Rev. Rufus Anderson, 
to the pastoral care of the Second church in North Yarmouth, 
October 22, 1794. By Joseph McKeen, A. M., pastor of the First 
church in Beverly. District of Maine. Printed at Portland, by 
B. Titoomb, Jun. MDCCXCV. 8vo. pp. (1), 5-29. [5704 

The Inaugural Address, delivered in Brunswick, September 9th, 

1802, by the Rev. Joseph McEeen, A. M., & A. A. S., at his en- 
trance on the duties of president of Bowdoin College, with an 
eulogy pronounced at his funeral, by the Reverend William 
Jenks. Portland : Thomas B. Wait & Co. 1807. 8vo. pp. 38. [5705 
Revteweii by S. C. ThaWber, Montbly Antbology, 4: 612. (1807.) 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 7 

^Eulogy on. 1807. See Jenks, William. 

^Biographical Notice of. 1842. See Bradford, Alden. 

McKeen, Joseph. (The younger.) 1787-1865. Brunswick. 
Remarks at funeral of. 1865. See Adams, George E. 

McKeen, Silas, D. D. 1791-1877. Clergyman, Belfast, 1833-41. 

The Triumph of Christ^s Enemies no Cause of Discouragement. A 
sermon, delivered at Winthrop, June 21, 1830, on the evening pre- 
vious to the meeting of the General Conference of Maine. By 
Silas McKeen, pastor of the Congregational church in Bradford, 
Vt. Published by request. Portland: Printed by Shirley, Hyde 
<fe Co. 1830. 8vo pp. 26. [5706 

God Our Only Hope. A discourse on the conditions and prospects 

of our country; Delivered at Belfast, Maine, on Fast Day, April 
20, 1837. By Silas McKeen, pastor of the First Congregational 
church in Belfast. Belfast: Printed by F. P. Ingalls. n. d. (1837.) 
8vo. pp. 29. [6707 

M*Kbnnon, William Chables. 

St. Castine; a legend of Cape-Breton. (Quotation, 6 lines from 
**St. Castine, an unpublished poem. ^*) By William Charles 
M*Eennon. Printed and for sale at the Cape Breton Herald Of- 
fice. 1850. 12mo. pp. 72. [5708 
Referred to by J. G. Bouriuot, LL. D., as " a hysterical book. '* 

McKbnzie, Alexandeb, D. D. Clergyman, Augusta, 1861-67. 

Aji Address delivered on Christmas day, at the funeral of Rev. 

Benjamin Tappan, D. D., together with a sermon preached the 

following Sabbath, December 27, 1863. By Alexander McEenzie, 

pastor of the South Congregational church, Augusta, Maine. 

Augusta: Printed at the Kennebec Journal Office, 1864. 8vo. pp. 

22. [5709 

Two editions were pabllshed, 

—Dignity of the Ministerial Office. A sermon delivered before the 
American Educational Society, at the anniversary meeting in Bos- 
ton, May 28, 1866. By the Rev. Alexander McKenzie, Augusta, 
Maine. Boston: Press of T. R. Marvin & Son, 42 Congress Street. 
1866. 8vo. pp. 17. [5710 

^The same, with report American Educational Society. 1866. 

Sermon preached before the Maine Missionary Society at its anni- 
versary in Bath, (Central church) June 27, 1866. By Alexander 
McEenzie, Augusta. (Text, 1 Corinthians 12:27. *^ Ye are the 
body of Christ, and members in particular.*^) Portland: Press of 
Brown Thurston A Co. 8vo. pp. 18. 1866. [5711 

McKiirsTBT Family. 

Genealogy of. 1858. See Willis, William. 



8 BJBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

McKlNSTRY, L. C. 

The Redemption. By Eld. L. C. McElnstry. Published by request. 
For sale by the author, and by J. Hem men way, 144 Hanover 
Street, Boston, Mass. I. C. Wellcome, Yarmouth, Me. Portland: 
Printed by B. Thurston <fe Co. 1884. Copyrighted by L. C. Mc- 
Kinstry, 1884. All rights reserved. 16mo. pp. 108. [5712 

McKiKBTBY, Mrs. L. C. 

The Spirit Birth and its Symbol. A sermon by Mrs. L. C. McKins- 
try, author of ** The World^s Great Empires.*^ Published and 
for sale by L. C. McKinstry, Haverhill, Mass. Printed by B. 
Thurston & Co., Portland, Maine. Copyrighted, 1887. 16mo. 
pp. 35. [5713 

McLean, Fbancis. British general. 

Letter from, concerning siege of Penobscot Gentlemen^s Maga- 
zine, 49: 513. (1780.) [5714 

McLellan, Benjamik. Clergyman, Deering. 

The Tabernacle of Witnesses. Yarmouth: Scriptural Publication 
Society, 1886. 12mo. pp. 48. [5715 

McLbllan, BbvcE D. 1762-1836. Canaan. 
Sermon on. 1836. See Hathaway, G. W. 

McLellan, Isaac Jb. b. Portland. 1806. Author, New York. 

A Poem delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Bowdoin 
College, Sept. 3rd, 1835. Boston Pearl and Literary Gazette, Nov. 
3. 1835. [5716 

Balooning. The boy's mountain song. 1836. See Stephens, Ann S. 

McLellan, Judah. 1799-1864. Lawyer, Skowhegan, 1803-60. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

McLeod, Andbew James. Clergyman, Rockport, Waldoboro, 1870-80. 

Discourse at the centennial celebration of Waldoboro, July 4, 1873, 

containing oration by Col. Bradbury, and other proceedings. 

12mo. pp. 72. [5717 

McLeod, R. R. 

Historical and Descriptive Sketch of Aroostook County. 1880. ^ee 
Howard, R. H. 

MacLeod, Rev. Xayier Donald. Clergyman, New York. 

Devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary in North America. New 

York. Firtue & Gorston. (Copyright, 1866.) 8vo. pp. xxiii, 467. 

[5718 
Chapter VIII, "The Devotion in Maine," pp. 166-183. 

McMahon Family. Eddington. 1889. See Porter, J. W. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 9 

McPhail, Leokabb, M. D. Eastport. 

On the Life and Services of William Henry Harrison, late president 
of the United States: an eulogium, pronounced before the citizens 
of Eastport, Maine, by Dr. Leonard McPhail, U. S. A. April 16, 
1841. Boston: Published by B. B. Mussey. Eastport: Published 
by John Beckford. 1841. 8vo. pp. 28. [5719 

McPhetbbs, Archibald. 1771-96. Bangor. 
Sketch of. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

McQuillan, Geobob F. 

History of the Presumpscot Lodge. 1882. See Elder, Isaac L. 

McRueb, Daniel, M. D. 1802-73. Physician, Bangor. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1873. See Foster, G. W. 

Madawaska. 

Settlement of. (1841.) See Williams, Catherine R. 
^Aroostook and the. 1863. See Hallock, Charles. 

Madawaska. Incorporated 1869. 

Training School at. Established 1878. See Maine Public Docu- 
ments. 

Madawaska Settlbhbnt. Southern Quarterly. 11:198. 

Acadian Colonists at. (1886.) See Shea, John G. [5720 

Maddockb, Joshua. &. Saco, 1732. Union River. 

Family Record of. Bang. H. M. 3: 220. (1888.) [5721 

Madioan, James C. 1821-79. Lawyer. Houlton. 

Remarks of Hon. James C. Madigan, in the Maine House of Repre- 
sentatives, Wednesday evening, Jan. 15, 1879, in aid of the State 
College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts. Augusta: Pub- 
lished by order of the trustees, 1879. 8vo. pp. 9. [5722 

Madison. Incorporated 1804. See Rale, Sebastien; also Norridge- 
wock, and Indians. 
Monument to Father Rale at. (1871.) See Allen, William. 

Hie Indian village was partly within the limits of Madison and partly 
within Noriidgewock. 

Catalogue of the Congregational Sunday-school library, Madison, 

Maine, n. t. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 3. [5723 

Madison, James. 1751-1836. Fourth president of the United States. 
The Federalist. See Hamilton, Alexander. 

Madockawando. Abenaqui chief. 

Treats with the English; Baron St. Castin marries Matilda, his 
daughter. See Charlevoix, P. F. X. 

Sketch of 1846. flee Drake, Samuel G. 



10 BIBLIOOBAPHY OF MAINE. 

Magallowat, The. (1860.) See Abbott, Joseph C. 

Magoun, George Fbbdebic, D. D. b. Bath, 1821. President Iowa 
College. 
Upham's New Mental Philosophy. • Cong. Rev. 11:1. (1871.) [5724 

Mahon, Lobd. See Stanhope, Philip H. 

Maike. 

Agricultural, stock, etc. 
Antiquities. 
Bibliography. 
Biographical and personal. 

Description, topography, etc. 

a. General works. 

b. Boundazies. 

c. Oazetteers and guide-books. 

d. Maps and charts. 

t. Registers and year-books. 
/. Business directories. 

Educational and literary. 

Financial. 

Geological and mineralogical. 

Historical. 

Institutions, public and charitable. 

Legal. 

a. Public laws. 

6. Acts and resolves. 

c. Reports and digests. 

d. Miscellaneous. 

e. The Prohibitory or Maine Law. 
Medical and sanitary. 

Military. 

Natural history. 

Political. 

Public documents. 

Railroads. 

Religious. 

Separation from Massachusetts. 

Statistical. 

Miscellaneous. 

AGRICULTURAL, STOCK, ETC. 

Agricultural Development of the State. 1885. See Mattocks, 
Charles P. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 11 

A^icaltural Experiment Station. 1885-00. See Maine State College. 

Agriculture of Maine. Development of, in connection with busi- 
iness. 1878. See Boardman, S. L. 

Agriculture of Maine. Some outlines of. 1862. See Boardman, 
S. L. 

Agricultural Press. Power and influence of. 1872. See Board- 
man, S> L. 

Animals — Breeding of. 1861. See Goodale, Stephen L. 

Animals — Report of Contagious Diseases of. 1887. See Bailey, 
George H. 

Board of Agriculture. Transactions, 1852-91. See Maine Public 

Documents. 

A complete set of the volumes including the transactions for 1850-63 ; 
comprises thirty-eight volumes up to 1890 inclusive. A general index to 
the volumes from 1860 to 1876 appeared in 1876. Ste Boardman, S. L. 

Cattle. Material towards a history of Maine cattle. 1875. See 

Boardman, S. L. 

Climate, soil, resources and agricultural capabilities of Maine. 
1884. See Boardman, S. L. 

Com, Indian: notes on its history, «&c. 1877. See Boardman, S. L. 

Exploration and Survey of valley of the Aroostook. 1889. See 
Holmes, Ezekiel. 

Farm Real Estate. Shrinkage in its value. 1890. See Gilbert, Z. A. 

Farm Talk. 1868, 1881. See Brackett, George E. 

Fisheries of Maine as Sources of Fertilization. 1875. See Board- 
man, S. L. 

Foods: something about. 1875. See Boardman, S. L. v 

Forest Life and Forest Trees in Maine. 1856. See Springer, John S. 

Grapes of Maine. 1885. iSee Femald, Charles H. 

Horse Breeders Monthly. (Magazine.) 1879-92. See Thompson, 
John W. 

Horses, noted Maine, sketches of. 1874, 1887. See Thompson, 
John W. 

Jersey Cattle Association. Herd books. 1876-89. See Pike, R. N. 

Laws of Maine relating to agriculture. 1878. See Boardman, S. L. 

Maine Agricultural Society, report of exhibition. 1868. See Board- 
man, S. L. 

Maine as a Field for Immigration. 1861. See Poor, John A. 

Maine, survey of the state of. 1829. See Greenleaf, Moses. 

Memorial of the Maine State Agricultural Society for the adoption 
of measures for the settlement and sale of the public lands of 
Maine. Augusta. 1858. 8vo. pp. 27. [5725 



12 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Maine, Continued. 

Plants of Maine, ornamental and useful. 1674. See Scribner, 
Frank L. 

Pomological Society. State transactions, 1873-00. See Maine Pub- 
lic Documents. 

Poultry Association.' State reports. 

Sheep, Diseases and management of. 18*35. See Holmes, Ezekiel. 

Weeds of Maine. 1860. See Scribner, Frank L. 

ANTIQUITIES. 

Ancient Settlements in. 1847. See Johnson, Samuel. 

Indian Relics and Encampments. 1881. See Wilson, C. B. 

Inscriptions on Islands. 1851. See Jenks, William. 

Kitchen Middings of. 1888. See Putnam, F. W. 

Northmen in. 1860. See Williamson. Joseph. 

Northmen in. 1870. See DeCosta, Benj. F. 

Oyster Shell Deposits in. 1850. See Chadboume, Paul A. 

Prehistoric Maine. 1880. See Williamson, Joseph. 

Shell Heaps in. See Wyman, Jeffries. 

Supposed Runic Inscription in. 1856. See Hamlin, Augustus C. 

Treasure Trove in. 1856. See Willis, William. 

BIBLI06BAPHT. 

Bibliographical Memoranda of the laws of. 1801. See Drummond, 
Josiah H. 

Bibliography of Eastern Maine. 1800. See Porter, J. W. 

Bibliography of the Maine Hist Soc. 1868. See Whitmore, William. H. 

Bibliography of the Maine Hist. Soc. 1880. See Griffin, A. P. C. 

Bibliography of the Popham colony. 1866. See Poole, William F. 

Descriptive Catalogue of books and pamphlets relating to Maine. 
1870. See Willis, William. 

Catalogue of English documents concerning. 1858. See Folsom, 
George. 

Notes on accounts of Norumbega. 1877. See Norumbega. 

Notes on authorities concerning the Popham colony. 1887. See 
Virginia. 

Our Authors, their books and publishers. 1872. See Griffin, Joseph. 
The same, addenda. 1872. See Duren, Elnathan F. 
Table of Historical Works. 1850. See Coolidge, A. J. 
Works relating to the history of. 1810. See Warden, I. B. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 13 

BIOOBAPHICAL AZTD PERSONAL. 

Biographical Encyclopedia of. 1885. See Biogpraphical Encyclo- 
pedia. 

Biographical Sketches memhers of Legislature. 1873-80. See 
Owen, Howard. 

Brooks, Governor, tour in. 1818. Bang. H. M. 6: 111. (1800.) 

[5726 
Carr, Sir Robert in. 1666. See Banks, Charles E. 

Captives in. 1754^8. See Captives. 

Centenarians in. 1876. See Ridlon, George T. 

Civil Government of, to 1680. See Farmer, John. 

Characters in early history of. 1871. See Johnston, John. 

Congressional Excursion to. 1864. See Pearl, Cyril. 

Epitaphs in. See Epitaphs. 

Ferdinando and Walker in. 1570-80. See DeCosta, B. F. 

Founders of. 1884. See Baxter, James P. 

Freemen in, list of. 1652-58. See N. E. Reg. 3: 102. (1840.) 

[5727 
French Neutrals in. (1850.) See Williamson, Joseph. 

French Settlements in Maine, 11th May, 1688. Names of inhabitants 
between the rivers Penobscot and St. Croix. Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll 
3dBer. 1:82. (1825.) [5728 

Hooke, William. Was he governor of the Province of ? See Banks, 
Charles E. 

LaFayette; visit to Maine. 1825. See Foster, John, Levasseur, A., 
Watson, S. M. 

Lawyers in, to 1760. See Hopkins, James D. 

Law, courts and lawyers in. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Legislature of . 1832. N.E.Mag. 2:242,521. (1832.) [5720 

Maine State Roster. 1880. Lakeside Press. Auburn. [5730 

Contains portraits of the governor, staff and council, state officers and 
members of the Legislature for 1889. 

Members 40th Congress from Maine. 1867. See Mansfield, J. B. 

Monroe, President, visit to Maine. 1818. See Waldo, Samuel P. 

Natives of, in Worcester County, Mass. 1884. See Worcester 
County. 

Pioneers of. 1623-30. See Drake, Samuel S. 

Presidential Electors in, to 1820. See Porter, Joseph W. 

Presidential Visits to. (1875.) See Williamson, Joseph. 

Prisoners from, in Canada. 1605. See Kidder, Frederic. 

Revolutionary Pensioner, last in Eastern Maine. 1877. See Eil- 
gore, Abiah. 



14 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Maine, Continued. 

RoyalistB and Paritans in. See Banks, Charles E. 

Settlers in. 1674-86. See Hall, R. 

Sons of, in Illinois. 1881. See Illinois. 

Webster, Daniel, visit to. 1835. See Williamson, Joseph. 

DESCRIPTION, TOPOGBAPHY, ETC. 

General works. 

Boundaries. 

Gazetteers and guide-books. 

Maps and charts. 

Registers and year-books. 

Business directories. 

OE^'ERAL WORKS. 

Account of. 1740/ See Douglass, William. 

Account of, for the New Orleans exposition. 1885. See McOleery, 

C. L. 
Birch, taste of Maine. 1886. See Burroughs, John. 
Canada Road. 1828. See Documents relating to. 
Characteristics of. Am. Mag. 3:181. (1837.) [5731 

Climate, soil and resources of. 1884. See Boardman, Samuel L. 
Coast, changes of land on. 1888. See Shaler, N. S. 
Coast, defences of. 1862. See Poor, John A. 
Coast of Maine. 1869. See De Costa, Benj. F. 

Coast of Maine. Campobello to Isles of Shoals. 1889. See Pea- 
body, Henry G. 
Coast of Maine. 1890. See Eliot, Charles. 
Defences: the Maine border. 1864. See Pearl, Cjrril. 
Passage from, to Virginia. 1619. See Dermer, Thomas. 
Pine Forests in. 1881. See Lanman, Charles. 

Present Condition of the State. 1885. See Smith, Ormandel D., 

Editor, 
Resources. 1844. See Lanman, James H. 
Review of situation, resources, &c. 1816. iSee Rand, Benjamin. 
Rivers and Harbors. 1883. See United States. 
Scenery and resources of. 1845. See Upham, Charles W. 
Sporting in. 1889. See Sporting Sketches. 
Summer Resorts of. 1885. See Lapham, William B. 
Through, in a canoe. 1877. See Hoyt, J. C. 
Tom, Dick and Harry on Coast of. 1888. See Beard, Daniel C. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 15 

Tour through Forests of. 1880. See Steele, Thomas S. 

Travels in. 1809. See Kendall, Edward A. 

Travels in. 1821. See Dwight, Timothy. 

Visit to. 1849. See Lyell, Sir Charles. 

Voyage to Eastern Coast of. 1734. See Prince, Thomas. 

Water-power of. 1867 See Welle, Walter. 

Woods and Lakes of. 1883. See Hubbard, Lucius L. 

Woods of. 1864. See Thoreau, Henry D. 

(A) Description of the situation, climate, soil and productions of 
certain tracts of land in the District of Maine, n. p. n. d. (Bos- 
ton, 1793.) sm. 4to. pp. 44. [5732 

Description of. 1687. See Underhill, John. 

Description of. 1658. See Gorges, Ferdinando. 

Description of. 1660. See Maverick, Samuel. 

Description of. 1688. See Hutchinson, Thomas. 

Description of. 1819. See Warden, David B. 

Description of. 1832. N.E.Mag, o. s. 2:392. (1832). [5733 

Description of. 1849. See Sears, Robert. 

District of. De Bow's Review. 12: 608. (1821.) [5734 

District of. New Eng. Mag. 2: 394. (1821.) [5735 

Eastern Lands, description of. 1793. See Lincoln, Benjamin. 

Eastern Lands, resolves concerning sale of. 1803. See Massachu- 
setts. 
Fish and Men in Islands of. 18a5. See Bishop, W. H. 
Fly Fishing in Lakes of. 1882. See Stevens, Charles W. 
Forest Lands of. 1844. See Sabine, Lorenzo. 
Cteography and History of. 1880. See Marble, Albert P. 
Geography of. 1755. See Great Britain. 
German Colony in. 1869. See Pohlman, R. 
How to Develop Maine. 1890. See Manley, Joseph H. 
Hydrographic Survey of. 1867. See Wells, Walter. 
Immigration; as a field for. 1861. See Poor, John A. 
Indian Place-names in. 1884. See Hubbard, Lucius L. 
Islands, division of. 1829. See Islands. 
Journal of expedition to. 1754-55. See Shirley, William. 
Journal of voyage to Penobscot River. 1759. See Pownall, Thomas. 
Journal of expedition across. 1760. See Montresor, J. 
Journal while locating land in. 1802. See Turner, J. 
Journey through Forests of. 1880. See Steele, Thos. S. 



16 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

MAiifB, Continued. 

Jumpers of. 1880. See Beard, G^eorge M. 

Knockabout Club in the Woods of. 1883. See Stephens, C. A. 

Lakes of. 1883. See Blanchard, F. W. S. 

Letters while on an expedition through. 1775. See Arnold, Bene- 
dict. 

Life among the Loggers of. 1860. See Hallock, Charles. 

Marco Paul in the Forests of. 1843. See Abbott, Jacob. 

Memoranda of a short tour to. 1826. See Boston Mo. Mag. 2: 33. 
(1826.) [6736 

Now and Then in. 1876. 8ee Allen, William. 

Off the Coast of. 1873. See Norton, C. L. 

BOUNDARIES. 

Journal of Survey of New Hampshire boundary, 1741. See Bryent, 
Walter. 

Order of Massachusetts to approve of a boundary commission. 
1811. [6737 

Report of the commissioners appointed to settle the line between 
New Hampshire and Maine. Concord, N. H. 1828. 8vo. [5738 

North Eastern Boundary. 

Letter from John Adams concerning. (1706.) See Winslow, Ed- 
ward. 

Deposition of James Boyd concerning. (1798.) See Winslow, Ed- 
ward. 

Documents relating to the boundary between Maine and New 
Brunswick. Printed by order of the Legislature of Mass. Bos- 
ton : True and Greene, Printers. 1826. 8vo. pp. 18. [5739 

Consideration of the claims and conduct of the United States re- 
specting the north eastern boundary, and of the value of the 
British colonies in North America. London: John Hatchand 
<fe Son. Picadilly. 1826. pp. 109. [6740 

North Eastern Boundary of the United States. Boston Mo. Mag. 
1:571. (1826.) [5741 

(Lord Aberdeen). First statement on the part of Great Britain 
according to the provisions of the convention concluded between 
Great Britain and the United States on the 29th September, 1827, 
for regulating the reference to arbitration of the disputed points 
of boundary under the fifth article of the treaty of Ghent, 
n. p. n. d. fol. pp. 43. [5742 

(Lord Aberdeen). Second statement on the part of Great Britain, 
according to the provisions of the convention concluded between 
the United States and Great Britain, on the 29th September, 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 17 

1827, for reflating the reference to arbitration of the disputed 
points of boundary under the fifth article of the treaty of 
Ghent, n. p. n. d. Folio, pp. Iv, 41. (Appendix), ii, unpaged, 
30. [5743 

State of Maine. January session. 1828. Document No. 13. Re- 
port of the joint select committee of the Senate and House of 
Representatiyes of the State of Maine, in relation to the north 
eastern boundary of the state. Printed by order of the Legisla- 
ture. Portland: Thomas Todd, Printer to the State. 1828. 
8vo. pp. 59. [5744 

Prepared by John G. Deane, Eaq. Has ao appendix of 66 pp., containing 
M docnments. Another edition has a report of Charles 8. Daveis, the agent 
appointed by Maine. See Daveis, Charles S. 

Document relating to the north eastern boundary. 1828. 8vo. pp. 

275. [5745 

Report concerning aggressions upon the rights of the State. 1828. 
See Daveis, Charles S. 

Article upon. In No. Amer. Rev. 1828. 8ee Hale, Nathan. 

Correspondence concerning the north eastern boundary of the 

United States. Mr. Clay to Mr. Yaughan. Am. Reg. 4: (pt. 2) 

56. (1827-29). [5746 

Consists of correspondence between Mr. Clay, secretary of state and Mr. 
Vaughan, British minister and envoy extraordinary; W. B. Lawrence, 
charge d'affaires, Lord Dudley and Lord Aberdeen concerning the North 
Eastern boundary. The different letters are dated 1828. 

Speech of the governor of Maine to both branches of the Legisla- 
ture, January 8, 1829. Printed by order of the Senate. Port- 
land: Printed by Thomas Todd, State Printer, Union Street. 
1829. 8vo. pp. 12. [5747 

Rei>ort of committee, T. Boutelle, p. 6. 

Message from the president of the United States, (John Quincy 
Adams) transmitting the information required by a resolution of 
the House of Representatives of the 5th of January, 1829, in re- 
lation to the arrest and trial, in the British province of New 
Brunswick, of John Baker. Washington: 1829. 8vo. pp. 88. 

[5748 
This message is dated " Washington, 21st January 1829, *' and contains an 
elaborate series of letters between Henry Clay, then secretary of state, 
and the British minister and others. 

Correspondence between Great Britain and the United States re- 
specting the question of territorial jurisdiction and boundary, 
between the province of New Brunswick and the state of Maine ; 
and the arrest and trial of John Baker, l)y the British authori- 
ties, 1825-28, transmitted in a message of the president of the 
United States to Congress, 21st January, 1829. 8vo. pp. iv, 127. 

y [5749 

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18 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Maine, Continued. 

Definitive Statement, on the part of the United States, of the case 
referred, in pursuance of the convention of 29th September, 
1827, between the said States and Great Britain, to His Majesty 
the king of the Netherlands, for his decision thereon. Printed, 
but not published. Washington: 1829. fol. pp. vi, 96. [5760 

Prepared by Albert Oallatinand William P. Preble. 

Appendix to the two statements on the part of the United States, 
respecting the disputed points of boundary between the United 
States and Great Britain, referred to His Majesty, the king of 
the Netherlands, for his decision thereon. Written and printed 
evidence adduced on the part of the United States, n. p. n. d. 
fol. pp. ix, 447. (Two folded maps.) [5751 

Decision of the arbiter, the king of Holland. Protest. (By Wil- 
liam P. Preble, the minister plenipotentiary and envoy extra- 
ordinary of the United States of America, against the decision of 
the arbiter.) n. d. n. p. Folio, pp. 15. [5752 

Decision, 1-13. Protest, 14-16. 

Examination of the decision of the commissioners. 1829. See 
Sulspicius. 

The Boundary Question, (with map). 1829. See Head, Sir George. 

Foreign Relations. Ann. Reg. 6: 44. (1830-31.) [5753 

Maine. Govemor^s message and documents on the subject of the 
doings of the arbiter, with the report of the committee of the 
Legislature, in relation to the north eastern boundary. Printed 
by order of the Legislature. Todd and Holden, Printers. 1831. 
8vo. pp. 52. [5754 

Statement on the part of the United States of the case referred, in 
pursuance of the convention of 29th September, 1827, between 
the said States and Great Britain to His Majesty, the king of the 
Netherlands, for his decision thereon. Printed but not pub- 
lished. Washington: Printed at the office of the United States 
Telegraph, 1829. fol. pp. 45. (Signed by Albert Gallatin and 
William P. Preble.) [.5755 

"With first and second statements on the part of Great Britain, according 
to the provisions of the convention concluded between Great Britain and 
the United States on the 29 September, 1827, for regulating the reference to 
arbitration of the disputed points of boundary under the fifth article of 
the treaty of Ghent. The whole concluding with the decision of the arbi- 
ter, and the protest of Wm. P. Preble, as minister plenipotentiary to the 
Netherlands, dated 12 January, 1831. 

The Decision of the king of the Netherlands. 1831. See Preble, 
Wm. P. 

The Northeastern and Northern Boundary. 1881. See Hale, Na- 
than. 



BIBLIOORAPHY OF MAINE. 19 

Remarks upon the disputed points. 1831. See Chipman, Ward. 

History of, (or general views of affairs in the United States). Ann. 
Reg. 7:12. (1831-32.) [6756 

Resolutions of the Legislature of the State of Maine respecting the 

advice of the king of the Netherlands in relation to the north 

eastern boundary. Portland: Printed by Thomas Todd. 1832. 

8vo. pp. 8. [5757 

Witb appointment of Hon. William P. Preble as agent under the resolve. 

Special Message of Grovernor Lincoln to the Legislature of Mas- 
sachusetts, March 17, 1832, and correspondence between him and 
the governor of Maine in relation to the negotiations for the 
territory north east of the St. John. Boston: Button <& Went- 
worth. Printers to the State. No. 4, Exchange St. 1832. 8vo. 
pp. 8. [5758 

Report of the decision of the king of the Netherlands, with resolves 
of the Legislature. Augusta: 1832. 8vo. [5759 

Report of the committee of public lands, on the subject of the north 
eastern boundary. Boston. 1832. 8vo. [6760 

Report of the joint select committee of the Legislature of Maine, 
on so much of the governor* s message as relates to the north 
eastern boundary. Augusta: 1832. 8vo. [6761 

Documents relating to the north eastern boundary, communicated 
by the governor of Maine to both branches of the Legislature, 
January, 1832. Printed by order of the Senate. Augusta: I. 
Berry & Co., Printers to the State. 1832. 8vo. pp. 35. [5762 

Copy of the entire controversy, arguments and proofs. 26 vols. fol. 
Manuscript, accompanied by a portfolio of maps. [5763 

In State library. 

North Eastern Boundary. (North Am. Rev.) 1832. See Daveis, 
Charles S. 

Speech on, in U. S. Senate. 1832. See Clay, Henry. 

Speech on rights of Maine. In U. S. Senate. 1832. See Spraguc, 

Peleg. 
North Eastern Boundary Question. (1832.) See Leon, Pseud. 

Debate on the Maine boundary. House of Representatives, 
December 24, 1834. Niles' Reg. 47:296. (1835.) [5764 

Maine and Its Boundaries. 1835. See Clay, Henry. 

North Eastern Territory of the United States. Resolutions of the 
Legislature of the State of Massachusetts, upon the subject of 
the North-eastern territory of the United States, the title to 
which, is still claimed by Great Britain. Washington: 1836. 
8vo. pp. 2. [5765 

Tbese resolutlona were passed Marcb 14, 1836, and laid before tbe House in 
Congreas, April 5, 189tf. 



20 BIBLIOaRAPHT OF MAINE. 

Maikb, Continued. 

Twenty-fourth Congress. (414.) Ist session. Message from the 
president of the United States, transmitting (in complianoe with 
a resolution of the Senate) sundry documents relating to the 
north eastern boundary of the United States. June 15, 1836. 
Read, June 23, 1836. Ordered to be printed. 8to. pp. 54. [5766 

North Eastern Boundary. North American Review. 43:413. (1836.) 

[6767 
Letters concerning the dispute. 1837. See Gushing, Caleb. 

Twenty-fifth Congress. 1st session. House of Representatives. 
Executive Document No. 31. North eastern boundary. Message 
from the president of the United States transmitting the informa- 
tion required by the resolution of the House of the 31st inst. 
upon the subject of the north eastern boundary of the United 
States. September 26, 1837. 8vo. pp. 32. [5768 

Sixteen documents, from March 90, 1837 to Aug. 10, 1837. 

Message of the president of the United States transmitting the 
information required by a resolution of the House of Repre- 
sentatives of the 0th January, 1838, in relation to the imprison- 
ment of Mr. Greely, at Fredericton, in the British Province of 
New Brunswick, etc. Washington. 1838. 8vo. pp. 438. [6769 

In addition to the papers relating to the matter of Mr. Greely*s imprison- 
ment, this volume contains a reprint of all papers previously published 
connected with the boundary question. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Senate, No. 67. Reports and 
resolves in relation to the north eastern boundary, March 20, 
1838. 8vo. pp. 76. (2 maps.) [6770 

Report of joint committee on public lands, signed by Charles Hud- 
son, for the committee, with appendix consisting of an agreement 
between the United States and the State of Maine, signed by 
Edward Livingston, Louis McLain, William P. Preble, Reuel 
Williams, and Nicholas Emery. [5771 

Twenty-fiflb Congress. Second session. Senate 319. Message 
from the president of the United States transmitting all the cor- 
respondence between the United States and Great Britain on the 
subject of the north eastern boundary, in compliance with a reso- 
lution of the Senate. March 21, 1838. Ordered to be printed. 
8vo. pp. 33. [5772 

Twenty-fifth Congress. Second session. Senate. (431.) Reports 
and resolutions from a committee of the Legislature of Massachu- 
setts in relation to the north eastern boundary. May 10, 1838. 
Laid on the table and ordered to be printed. 8vo. pp. 87. (1 
map.) [6773 

Speech on, in House of Representatives. 1838. See Fairfield, John. 

Speech on, in House of Representatives. 1832$. See Evans, George. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 21 

Twenty-fifth Congress. 2d session. Senate.- No. 602. In Senate 
of the United States. July 4, 1888. Report of the committee on 
foreign relations. 8yo. pp. 16. (2 maps.) [5774 

Concerning sarvey of the north eastern boundary. 

Si>eech in the U. S. Senate on running and marking the line. 1838. 
See Williams, Reuel. 

A Corre8i>ondence relating to the boundary between the British 
X>os8e8Sion8 in North America and the U. S. under the treaty of 
1788. Subsequently to the reference to arbitration of the dis- 
puted points of boundary under the conyention of 29 Sept. 1827, 
and the fifth article of the treaty of Ghent. London: Printed 
by J. Harrison A Son. n. d. (1888.) Fol. pp. 100, 15. (Map.) 

[5775 

Succinct Account of the treaties and negotiations between Great 
Britain and the United States of America, relating to the bound- 
ary between the British possessions of Lower Canada and New 
Brunswick in North America and the United States of America 
(London, 1888.) 8vo. pp. 207. [5776 

This important work does not appear to have been published. It has no 
separate title-page. The conclaslon is sliced " A. Stnart, 14 July, 1838.'* 

Remarks on. 1888. See Head, George E. 

Remarks on the disputed (British) north western boundary. 1888. 
See Tule, Capt. Patrick. 

Proceedings and Correspondence relating to the pretensions of the 
State of Maine, Massachusetts and New Hampshire, and to the 
question of jurisdiction within the disputed territory from 1881 
to 1837. London. (1838.) Fol. pp. 192. [5777 

State of Maine. Message of Governor Edward Kent to the Legis- 
lature. Council chamber, Jan. 2, 1880, together with 22 docu- 
ments, including a report of Charles S. Daveis, and the com- 
missioners* report, signed by John G. Deane, M. P. Norton and 
James Irish. 8yo. pp. 118. [5778 

Twenty-fifth Congress. Third session. House of Representatives. 
Executive document No. 181. Territorial relations. United 
States and Great Britain. Message from the president of the 
United States, transmitting a report of the secretary of state 
touching the territorial relations of the United States and Great 
Britain on this continent. Feb. 11, 1839. Read, March 2, 1839. 
Ordered to be printed. 8vo. pp. 146. [5779 

Letter on determining conflicting claims by scientific principles. 
1889. See Lee, John. 

The Maine Boundary Question. Dem. Rev. 5: 842. (1889.) [5780 

The Disputed Territory. Fam.Mag. 6:408. (1839.) (Map.) [5781 



22 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Maine, Continued, 

The £nf2:lish and American Boundary Question. [5782 

Communication si^ed " A Citizen of the United States," to Oallg^nani's 
Messen^erof Friday, April 12, (1839), Morning edition, folio. On the follow- 
ing page is a map of the region in dispute, showing the line claimed by the 
United States; the line as settled by the king of the Netherlands, and the 
line as defined by Great Britain. See Pierce's Life of Sumner, 1:89, for 
Sumner's aci;ount of it. 

Notes upon the south western boundary line of the British provinces 

of Lower Canada and New Brunswick, and the United States of 

America. Montreal: Armour and Ramsay, St. Fran9oi8 Xavier 

Street. 1839. Witli appendix. 8yo. pp. 83. [6783 

The foregoing paper was first printed in 1830. The present has been 
thought a fit occasion to reprint it for publication. Montreal, Sept. 28, 1899. 

Message from the president of the United States, communicating, 
in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, copies of the cor- 
respondence in relation to the north eastern boundary and the 
jurisdiction of the disputed territory; and also, in relation to the 
establishment of military posts in Maine. Washington: 1840. 
8vo. pp. «6. [5784 

The message in dated ** Washington City, January 22, 1840." 

North American Boundary. Maps A and B. Appended to the 
report of British commissioners appointed in 1830 to survey and 
explore the territory in dispute between the government of Great 
Britain and the United States of America under the second article 
of the treaty of 1883. Foreign office. April, 1840. [5785 

North American Boundary. Part I. Correspondence relating to 
the boundary between the British possessions in North America 
and the United States of America, under the treaty of 1783. Pre- 
sented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty. 
July 1840. London: T. R. Harrison. 1840. fol. pp. 6. 16mo. 

[5786 

The same. Part II. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by 
command of Her Majesty, July, 1840. London : 1840. Fol. pp. 
57. Appendix, pp. 2, 37. (2 folded maps.) [5787 

This collection of the papers, concerning the arbitration of the disputed 
question of the north eastern boundary, is very valuable, not only because 
of its relation to that particular portion of our limits, and of its tm~ 
portance m our diplomatic history, but also, because of the many histori- 
cal documents, ancient and modern, concerning Maine and Acadia, which 
were referred to or submitted in evidence. 

North American Boundary. Fras. Mag. 22: 346. (1840.) [6788 

This is a review of the parliamentary report, consisting of " correspond- 
ence relating to the boundary," etc. 

Right of the United States to the boundary claimed. 1840. See 
Gallatin, Albert. 

North Eastern Boundary. 1840. See Buller, C. 



BIBLIOGBAPHY OF MAINE. 23 

The American Boundary Question. 1840. ^ee ^*An American 
Citizen." 

The North Eastern Boundary. (With map.) 1840. See Hale, 
Nathan. 

History of the negotiations in reference to the eastern and north 
eastern boundaries of the United States. 1841. See Lawrence, 
W. B. 

Twenty-sixth Congress. Second session. House of Representa- 
tives. Executive document No. 102. North eastern boundary. 
Message from the president of the United States, transmitting a 
copy of tlie report of the commissioners for the exploration and 
survey of the north eastern boundary. February 12, 1841. 8vo. 
pp. 13. [6789 

Report signed by James Renwlck, James D. Graham, A. Taicott, com- 
missioners. 

Report of the select committee to whom were referred resolutions 

of the states of Maine, Indiana and Ohio, in relation to the north 

eastern boundary. Annapolis: William McNeir, Printer. 1841. 

Report of Mr. Howard of Baltimore. 8vo. pp. 20. (3 maps.) 

[6700 

Speech upon, in the House of Representatives. 1841. See Allen, 
Elisha H. 

Article upon, in North Am. Review. 1841. See Cushing, Caleb. 

State of Maine. Twenty-first Legislature. No. 19. Senate. Re- 
port of the committee on the north eastern boundary. Signed by 
Charles S. Daveis. With resolves of the Legislature. Also reso- 
lutions of the states of Indiana, Ohio, Maryland and Massachu- 
setts, n. d. (1841.) 8vo. pp. 88. (Maps of Maine and adjacent 
British provinces.) [6791 

United States Boundary Question. Quart. Rev. 67: 501. (1841.) 

[5792 

Report of the commissioners. Washington. 1842. 8vo. pp. 42. 
(Map.) [5793 

Twenty-seventh Congress. Third session. House of Representa- 
tives. Executive document No. 31. Boundary between Maine 
and New Hampshire and the adjoining British provinces. Mes- 
sage from the president of the United States, transmitting a re- 
port of the board of commissioners appointed to survey the 
north eastern boundary. April 12, 1842. Referred to the com- 
mittee on foreign affairs. Dec. 29, 1842. Ordered to be printed 
with profile map of the due north line from the source of the 
River St Croix to the River St. John. 8vo. pp. 49. [5794 

Speech in the United States Senate on the Washington Treaty. 
1842. See Calhoun, John C. 



24 BIBLIOOBAPHT OF MAINE. 

Maine, Continued, 

The same. 1842. See Rives, William C. 
The same. 1842. See Woodbury, Levi. 

Speech in the United States Senate on ratification of the treaty. 
1842. See Buchanan, James. 

Speech in the United States Senate in opposition to the treaty. 
1842. See Benton, Thomas H. 

Correspondence respecting the operations of the commissioners for 
running and tracing the boundary line under the sixth, article of 
treaty signed at Washington, Aug. 9, 1842. With map annexed 
showing the country in which the operations have been carried 
on. London. 1842. 8vo. pp. 32. (Map.) [5795 

Supplementary Reports relating to the boundary between the 
British possessions in North America and the United States of 
America under the treaty of 1783. London. (1842.) Fol. pp. 120. 
(2 maps.) ' [5796 

Diplomatic Correspondence concerning. 1842. See Webster, Daniel. 

The Treaty of Washington. 1842. See Webster, Daniel. 

Letter to Gen. Cass on the Washington treaty. 1842. See Webster, 

Daniel. 
Articles on the treaty. 1842. See Palmerston, Lord. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. House. No. 44. Message on 
the north eastern boundary. 1842. 8vo. pp. 20. [5797 

Correspondence relating to the boundary between the British pos- 
sessions in North America and the United States of America 
under the treaty of 1783. London. (1843.) Fol. pp. iv, 167. 

[5798 

Correspondence respecting the operation of the commissioners for 
tracing the boundary line between Her Majesty's possessions in 
North America and the United States. London. 1845. Folio. 
(Map.) [5799 

North American Boundary. Supplementary reports relating to the 
boundary between the British possessions in North America and 
the United States of America under the treaty of 1783. West. 
Rev. 39:160. 40:182. (1843.) [5800 

Observations on the treaty. 1843. See Featherstonhaugh, 6. W. 

Treaty of Washington. Quar. Rev. 71: 560. (1843.) [5801 

Review of the speeches of Mr. Rivers and Mr. Benton, and of a paper hy 
George W. Featberstonhaagh, one of Her Majesty's commissioners for the 
North American boundary. 

Memoir on the boundary, in connection with Mr. Jay's map. 1843. 
See Oallatin, Albert. 

Speech on the same subject. 1843. See Webster, Daniel. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 25 

The Ashburton Treaty Again. Fraser's Hag. 27:272. (1843.) 

[5802 
A bitter uid partisan article on the English side. 

North Western (American) Boundary Question. Fras. Mag. 27 : 484. 
(1843.) [5803 

The Boundary Question Revised, and Dr. Franklin's red line shown 
to be the right one; by a British subject. New York: 1843. 
12mo. pp. 24. [5804 

The North Eastern Boundary Question. New Eng. 1 : 154. (1843.) 

[5805 
The Treaty of Washington. 1843. See Sparks, Jared. 

The Washington Treaty. 1843. See Gushing, Caleb. 

Speech in defence of Treaty of Washington. See Webster, Daniel. 

Senate No. 8. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Disputed terri- 
tory fund. (1846.) 8vo. pp. 27. [5806 

State of Maine. Thirty-sixth Legislature. House. Nos. 5 and 8. 
(1857.) Papers relating to the commissioners at Washington on 
claims of Maine, and papers relating to the claims of Maine upon 
the government of the United States under the treaty of Wash- 
ington. 8vo. pp. 12, 21. [5807 
Includes the memorial of George M. Weston, commissioner for Maine. 

Report in Congress in favor of compensating Maine for. 1864. See 
Poor, John A. 

History of the question. 1881. See Washburn, Israel, Jr. 

Boundary formerly in dispute. 1885. See Hincks, Sir Francis. 

Cartographical History of. 1887. See Winsor, Justin. 

The Settlement of the boundary discussed. 1888. See same. 

Acadian Disputes and Ashburton Ti*eaty. 1888. See Weatherbee, 
R. L. 

Services of John G. Deane concerning. (1890.) See Deane, Llew- 
ellyn. 

The St Croix of the North East Boundary. 1891. See Ganong, 
F. W. 

OAZETTEEBS AND GUIDE-BOOKS. 
OAZETTBBBS. 

Gazetteer of Maine. 1843. See Hay ward, John. 
Gazetteer of Maine. 1881. /See Yamey, George J. 

GUIDE-BOOKS. 

Coast Resorts of Eastern Maine. 1889. ^See Waldron, £. A. 
Down East Latch-strings. 1887. See IngersoU, Ernest. 
Glimpses of Maine. 1888. See Front Door-yard of the Country. 



26 BIBLIOGRAPHT OF MAINE. 

Maine, Continued, 

Guide-book for the eastern coast of New England. 1871. See 
Waite, Otis R. F. 

Guide to northern Maine. 1874. See Way, John M. 

Guide through. 1848. See Distumell, J. 

Highlands of. 1889. See Sweetser, M. F. 

Maine Central Railroad. Album of scenery. Chisholm Brothers, 
Portland, n. d. (1886.) sm. obi. (29 views.) [5808 

Picturesque Maine. 1880. See Sweetser, M. F. 

Summer Days Down East. 1883. See Sweetser, M. F. 

Summer by Sea and Lakes of Maine. Issued by Maine Central 
Railroad. Portland, Me.: Tucker Printing House. 1885. 8yo. pp. 
29. [5809 

Summer Resorts in Maine. 1886. See Haynes, George H. 

Oaide-books and Bouvenir albums of Maine scenery and resorts have been 
pablifibed by Chisholm Brothers, Portland, as follows: Augusta, Bangor, 
Bar Harbor, Ellsworth, Mount Desert, Old Orchard, Picturesque Re- 
treats, Popham Beach, Portland, Rangeley Lakes, Sebago Lake, Togus, 
Waterrille. 

HAPS AND CHABT8. 

Map of the Gulf of Maine, circum 1610. See Winsor, Justin. 

Chart of coast 1777-81. See Des Barres, Joseph F. W. 

In 1779, so much was a map of Maine wanted, that government granted to 
a Mr. Sheppard for his labored delineation of a chart, a whole township of 
land. 

Williamson, Hist. Me. 2 : 479. 

A search for this chart in the Massachusetts archives has been unsuccess- 
fuL 

Map of the province of Maine, compiled from the best authority 
by Samuel Lewis, 1794. W. Barker, .sculpsit. [5810 

Map of the district of Maine, engraved for Judge Sullivan^ s His- 
tory. Boston: 179.5. Doolittle, sculpsit. New Haven. [5811 

Map of the province of Maine. In American Atlas. Philadel- 
phia. 1795. fol. [5812 

Map of the province of Maine. No. 5. In American Atlas. New 
York. 1796. fol. [5813 

Map of Maine. Von D. F. Solzman, Hamburg. By 0. E. Bohn. 

1798. [5814 

Map of the district of Maine. Engraved by John 6. Wameck. 

(1798 ?) [5815 

An Accurate Map of the district of Maine, being part of the com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts; compiled pursuant to an act of 
the General Court from actual surveys of the several towns, 
etc. Taken by their order. By Osg*d Oarleton. Boston: Pub- 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 27 

liahed and sold by O. Oarleton and J. Norman. Sold also by 

Wm. Norman, No. 76 Newbury Street. (1795.) [5816 

On four sheets pasted together, and measuring four feet six inches by 
three feet and three inches. 
Offered by H. Stevens & Son, London, in 1896, for £3 10s. 

The same. 1793, 1799, 1802. 

Accurate Plan of 189,120 acres of land on Penobscot River, &c, by 
Osgood Carleton. [5817 

Map of the states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachu- 
setts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. By H. S. Tanner. Phila- 
delphia: 1803. [5818 

Map of the district of Maine. By M. Greenleaf, Esq. Boston. 
1815. [5819 

The same. 1820, 1829, 1844, under the title of map of the state of 
Maine. 

Map of the country explored in 1817, 1818, 1819, and 1820 by order 
of the commission under the treaty of Ghent. [5820 

Atlas accompaning Greenleaf s map and statistical survey of Maine. 
Portland, 1829. [5821 

Plan of part of the state which was explored in 1828 and 1829. By 
G. W. Coffin and Daniel Rowe. [6822 

In the State library. 

Map of the eastern part of Maine, showing townships, etc. n. p. n. d. 

[5823 
In the State library. 

Twelve Maps illustrating and relating to the north eastern 
boundary. [5824 

In the State library. 

Map of the northern part of the state of Maine, and of the adjacent 
British provinces, showing the portion of this state to which 
Great Britian lays claim. Reduced from the official map *^ A,** 
with corrections from the latest surveys, by S. L. Dashiell. 
Washington: 1830. Size 14x16 inches. [5825 

MitchelVs Map of Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. Philadel- 
phia, 1831. 16mo. (Folded in cover.) [5826 

Map of the state of Maine, exhibiting the disputed territory in con- 
nection with the adjacent British provinces of New Brunswick 
and Nova Scotia; Annin, Smith & Co., Lith., Boston. Published 
by Stimpson & Clapp. 1832. Size 17x14 5-8 inches. [5827 

Map of Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, engraved and printed 
by Fenner, Sears A Co. London, published April 15, 1833, by L. 
T. Hlnton, & Simpkin & Marshall. Size 14x10 inches. [5828 

Map of Maine, n. d. (1834?). 10x7i inches. [6829 

Gives boundary lines claimed by Oreat Britain, and the line as decided by 
the king of the Netherlands. 



28 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Maine, Continued. 

An Improved Map of Maine. 2 sheets. L. Robinson: Reading, Vt. 
1835. [5830 

Map of Maine, New Hampshire A Vermont, 1836. Hartford, Conn. 

[5831 

Map of Maine, showing the boundary lines between the states of 
Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and part of New York, and 
the British provinces. By John G. Deane. 1839. 

[5832 
The same. 1840, 1842, 1843. 

Map of Maine, constructed from the most correct surveys, with 
sectional distances and elevations on level of the St Croix River 
from Calais bridge. Reduced from the survey made by W. 
Anson, civil engineer; in 1836. Engraved and published by S. H. 
Colesworthy, Portland. Revised 1842 edition. Size 23x15 inches. 
(Folded.) [5833 

Map of Maine, New Hampshire & Vermont. Philadelphia: S. A. 
Mitchell, 1843. 16mo. (folded in cover.) [5a34 

Map of Maine, engraved and published in Portland. 1843. 18vo. 
(folded.) [5835 

Map of the state of Maine, with the province of New Brunswick, 
by N. Greenleaf. Engraved by J. H. Young and F. Dank worth. 
Philadelphia. 3rd edition, revised and corrected, 1844. Size 49. 
5x41 inches. [5836 

Map of the state of Maine. Copied from the ** Illustrated Atlas.*' 
Boston: N. Dearborn. (1855?) [5837 

New Map of Maine, compiled from the original surveys and other 
authentic sources. Published by J. B. Mansfield, Bangor. 1855. 

[5838 

Map of Maine. New York: Ensign, Bridgman and Fanning. 1860. 

[5839 

New Map of Maine. By H. S. Walling and J. Chace, Jr. Portland. 
1861. [5840 

Colton's Map of Maine. New York. 1862. [5841 

Atlas of Maine. 1885. See Colby, G. N. 

BEOISTERS, BEFEREKCE BOOKS, TEAB BOOKS. 

Maine Register. 1820, 1821, 1822, 1823, 1824, 1325, 1826. See Sew- 
all, William B. 

The Maine Register and United States Calendar, for the year of 
our Lord 1827, and 51st of American Independence. Containing 
civil, judicial, ecclesiastical and military lists in Maine; associa- 



BIBLIOGBAPHT OF MAINE. 29 

tions and corporate institutions for literary, agricultural and 
charitable purposes; names of the post-towns and post-masters 
in Maine: Also, catalogues of the officers of the general govern- 
ment, in its several departments and establishments; times of 
the sittings of the several courts ; and a variety of other inter- 
esting articles. Hallowell: Printed and published by Glazier & 
Co. No. 1, Kennebec Row. sm. 12mo. pp. 153. [5842 

A notice of the publishers g^ves 500 copies as the largest number ever 
sold in one year. 

The Maine Register and United States Calendar, for the year of our 
Lord 1828, and 52nd of American Independence. Containing 
civil, judicial, ecclesiastical and military lists in Maine; associa- 
tions and corporate institutions for literary, agricultural and 
charitable purposes; names uf the post-towns and post-masters in 
Maine: Also, catalogues of the officers of the general government, 
in its several departments and establishments; times of the sit- 
tings of the several courts; and a variety of other interesting ar- 
ticles. Hallowell: Printed and published by Glazier A Co. 
No. 1, Kennebec Row. 16mo. pp. 162. [5843 

The Maine Register and United States Calendar, for the year of our 
Lord 1829, and 52d {sic) of American Independence. Containing 
civil, judicial, ecclesiastical and military lists in Maine; associa- 
tions and corporate institutions for literary, agricultural and 
charitable purposes; names of the post-towns and post-masters 
in Maine. Also, catalogues of the officers of the general govern- 
ment in its several departments and establishments; times of the 
sittings of the several courts; and a variety of other interesting 
articles. Hallowell : Printed and Published by Glazier, Masters 
& Co. No. 1, Kennebec Row. 16mo. pp. 177. [5844 

The Maine Register and United States Calendar, for the year of our 
Lord 1830, and 54th of American Independence. Containing 
civil, judicial, ecclesiastical and military lists in Maine; associa- 
tions and corporate institutions for literary, agricultural and 
charitable purposes; names of the post-towns and post-masters 
in Maine. Also, catalogues of the officers of the general gov- 
ernment in its several departments and establishments; times of 
the sittings of the several courts; and a variety of other interest- 
ing articles. Hallowell: Printed and published b^ Glazier, Mas- 
ters & Co. No. 1, Kennebec Row. 24mo. pp. 162. [5845 

The Maine Register, and United States Calendar, for the year of our 

Lord 1831. Portland: Shirley, Hyde and Company. Hallowell: 

Glazier, Masters and Company. 16mo. pp. 122, index, pp. 2. [5846 

Two folding broadsides, one showing the distance from Washington to 
the capital of each state ; and the other showing the census of towns In 
Maine for the years 1820 and 1830. 



30 BIBLIOOBAPHY OF MAINE. 

MAnm, Continued. 

The Maine Register and United States Calendar, for the year of 
our Lord 1882. Portland: Published by G. Hyde and Company. 
Hallowell: Glazier, Masters and Company. 16mo. pp. 112. Index, 
pp. 2. [5847 

Maine Register, for 1834; being the latter part of the 58th and the 
beginning of the 59th year of American Independence. Calculated 
for the latitude and meridian of Augusta. Latitude 44^ 18^ 33'^ 
N. longitude 69® 5(y W. from Greenwich, England. Augusta: 
Published by Dole, Redington & Co. 1834. 16mo. pp. 168. [5848 
No Registers for 1836 and 1836 were publlBhed. In Bubstitution, " The New 
England and New York Register, for 1836, " and a supplement to the same 
for 1836, were used. See Hayward, John. 

Maine Register, for 1837. Being the latter part of the 6l8t and the 
beginning of the 62d year of the American Independence. Cal- 
culated for the latitude and meridian of Augusta. Latitude 44^ 
18^ 33" N. longitude 69° 5(y W. from Greenwich, England. Hallo- 
well: Glazier, Masters & Smith. 1837. sm. 12mo. pp. 196. [5849 
No Registers for 1838, 1839 and 1840 were published. 

The Maine Register, for 1841. See Harris, Samuel L. 
No Register appeared for 1842. 

The Maine Register, for 1843. See Harris, Samuel L. 
No Register was published for 1844. 

Reference Book for the State of Maine, for 1845. See Lord, John P. 

From 1846 to 1851, both Inclusive, no Registers appeared. During that 
period, the only publication of the kind was the following: 

New England Mercantile Union Business Directory. Part I. Maine. 
Containing a new map of Maine, an almanac for 1849, a mepio- 
randum for every day in the year, and a business directory for 
the state, showing at one view the name, location and business 
of mercantile firms, manufacturing establishments, professional 
men, artists, corporations, banking, moneyed and literary insti- 
tutions, courts, public oflScers, and all of the various miscella- 
neous departments which contribute to the business, wealth, 
prosperity and happiness of the State. To which is appended a 
short advertising register, carefully corrected and arranged for 
the year 1849. To be revised and continued annually. New 
York: Pjatt & Co., 161 William Street. Boston: L. C. & H. L. 
Pratt, 106 Washington Street, Providence, R. I.: F. L. Baker, 
Portland, Me.: J. P. Pratt, Concord, N. H. : D. B. Gunn. 16mo. 
pp. 108. [5850 

The Maine Register for 1852. See Williamson, Joseph. 

No Register appeared for 1863 and 1854. 
The Maine Register for 1855. See Adams, George. 

The same, for 1856. See same. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 31 

The same, for 1857. See Parks, Edward C. 

From 1867 until 1870 no Registers were published. A " Business Direc- 
tory** to a map of Maine appeared in 1862. See Chace, J., Jr. 

Ji^aine State Political Manual, and annual register, for 1870. See 

Hoyt, Edmund S. 
Maine State Year Book, and annual register, for 1871. See same. 
Maine State Year Book and Legislative Manual, annually from 1872 

to 1886, both inclusive. See same. 

Maine Register or Year Book, annually from 1887 to 1890, both in- 
clusive. See Donham, Grenville M. 

BUSIITESS DIBECTOBIES. 

The State of Maine Business Directory, containing names of all the 
business men in every city and town in Maine, their occupation 
and places of business, the number of inhabitants, Ac, for the 
year 1866-67. 8vo. [5861 

The Maine Business Directory for the year commencing September, 
1867, a complete index to the mercantile, manufacturing and pro- 
fessional interests of the state, together with much valuable mis- 
cellaneous information. Price $2.00. Briggs A Co., Publishers. 
Principa] office, 25 Eilby Street, Boston, Mass. 1867. John B. 
Niles, Printer, 37 Cornhill, Boston. 8vo. pp. 280. [6862 

The same, for the year 1868. 8vo. pp. 284. 

The same, for the year 1871. 8vo. pp. 307. 

The same, for the year 1874. 8vo. pp. 356. 

The same, for the year 1876. 8vo. pp. 344. 

The same, for the year 1877. 8vo. pp. 344. 

The same, for the year 1879. 8vo. pp. 412. 

The same, for the year 1881. 8vo. pp. 448. 

The same, for the year 1882. 8vo. pp. 448. 

The same, for the year 1883. 8vo. pp. 444. 

The same, for the year 1884. 8vo. pp. 496. 

The same, for the year 1886. 8vo. pp. 676. 

The same, for the year 1887. 8vo. pp. 068, 

The same, for the year 1888. 8vo. pp. 692. 

The same, for the year 1889. 8vo. pp. 532. 

EDUCATIONAL AND LITEBABY. 
BOABD OF EDUCATION. 

Annual Reports. 1847-62. See State Institutions. 

COLLBOK9. 

See Bates, Bowdoin, and State Colleges, and Colby University. 
Colleges and Academies in, before 1836. See Porter, J. W. 



32 BIBLIOORi^PHY OF MAINE. 

Maixb, Continued. 

COMMON SCHOOLS. 

Reports of superintendents of. 1854-91. See State Institutions. 

Educational and Literary Institutions of. Am. Q. Reg. 6:273. 
(1833.) [5853 

Educational Institutions to 1820. See Champlin, James T. 

Educational System of. 1885. See Lapham, W. B. 

LIBRABT— STATE. 

Catalogue of the State library, arranged and prepared by Philip C. 
Johnson, secretary of state, December, 1839. Augusta: Smith & 
Robinson. Printers to the State. 1889. 8yo. pp. 59. [5854 

A Catalogue of books contained in the Maine State library. Arranged 
and prepared by Philip C Johnson, secretary of state. Augusta: 
William R. Smith & Co., Printers to the State. 1843. 8yo. pp. 
104. [5855 

A Catalogue of books belonging to the Maine State library. Ar- 
ranged and prepared by Ezra B. French, secretary of state. Jan- 
uary 1, 1840. Augusta: Wm. T. Johnson. Printer to the State. 
1846. 8vo. pp. 119. [5856 

Catalogue of the Maine State library. 1850. Arranged and pre- 
pared by Abner Oakes, assistant librarian, under the direction of 
Ezra B. French, secretary of state. Augusta: Wm. T. Johnson, 
Printer to State. 1850. 8vo. pp. 248. [5857 

Appendix to the catalogue of the Maine State library. 1854. Au- 
gusta: Wm. T. Johnson, Printer to the State. 1854. 8vo. pp. 47. 

[5858 

Catalogue of the Maine State library. 1856. Arranged and pub- 
lished agreeably to resolves approved April 4, 1856, under direc- 
tion of Caleb R. Ayer, secretary of state. Augusta: Fuller <& 
Fuller, Printers to the State. 1856. 8vo. pp. 430. [5859 

Catalogue of the Maine State library. 1862. Published agreeably to 
resolves approved March 13, 1861, and March 14, 1862. Augusta: 
Stevens & Sayward, Printers to the State. 1862. 8vo. pp. 304. 

[5860 

Supplementary Catalogue of the Maine State library. 1867. Pub- 
lished agreeably to a resolve approved February 25, 186T. 
Augusta: Owen & Nash, Printers to the State. 1868. 8vo. pp. 75. 

[5861 

Annual Reports of librarian, 1861-81, and biennial reports, 1882-88. 
See State Institutions. 

Literary Exchanges with. 1847. See Vattemare, Alex. 

Literature in; a historical review. 1883. 5ee Williamson, Joseph. 

Literature in the Constitution of. 1867. See Benson, Samuel P. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 33 

Madawaska Training School. 1878. iSee Maine; Public Documents. 

Maine Branch of the Education Society. Report of. (1833?) 
Portland: A. Shirley, Printer, n. d. 8vo. pp. 8. [5862 

The Same. Annual reports. 1834-41. See Tappan, Benjamin. 

Normal Schools. 1803-90. See Maine ; Public Documents. 

The same. 1864. See Weston, Edward P. 

Pedagogical Association. 

Proceedings of the Maine Pedagogical Society for 1880-81, with a 
historical sketch of the Maine Educational Association, and 
journal of proceedings of the Maine Teachers^ Association, 
1875-80. Printed for the society. Farmington: Press of Knowl- 
ton, McLeary & Co., 1883. 16mo. pp. 159. [5863 

Theological Seminaries. See Bangor. 

Wesleyan Seminary. Constitution of the Alumni Association of 
the Maine Wesleyan Seminary and Female College. Portland: 
Castell & Co., Printers. 1885. 16mo. pp. 4. [5864 

FINANCIAL. 

Debts and Finances of. 1837. See ** P. K. T." 

Banks, Sayings. Reports of examiners. 1868-91. iSee Maine; Public 
Documents. 

Banks, State. Reports of commissioners. 1827-67. See Maine; 
Public Documents. 

Finances of Maine. Census Bulletin. Ko. 162. Feb. 13, 1892. J. 
K. Upton, compiler. 8yo. pp. 41. [5865 

Treasurer, State, reports. 1821-90. See Maine; Public Documents. 

Trust Companies. Reports of examiner. 1868-91. See Maine; 
Public Documents. 

GEOLOGICAL AND MINEBALOGICAL. 

Coast, changes of level on. 1871. See Shaler, Nathaniel S. 

Columbite found in Maine. 1882. See True, N. T. 

Drift Scratches in, and their local deflections. 1882. See Stone, 
G. H. 

Geological Map of Maine, explanations of. 1867. See Hitchcock, 
C.H. 

Geological Sketch of Maine. 1861. See Poor, John A. 

Geology of. Reports on. 1837-39. See Jackson, Charles T. 

Geology of. 1861. See Holmes, Ezekiel. 

Geology of. See Groodale, George L. 

Geology of. 1886. See Hitchcock, Charles H. 

4» 



34 BJBLIOOBAPHT OF MAINE. 

Mains, Continued. 

Greology of Eastern Maine; relations with that of New Brunswick 
1889. See Bailey, L. W. 

Glacial Action about Mount Katahdin. (1872.) See DeLaski, John. 

Glacial Action about Penobscot Bay. (1864.) See DeLaski, John. 

Glacial Erosion in Maine. (1881.) See Stone, George H. 

Glacial Phenomena in. (1864.) iSee Agassiz, Louis. 

Glacial Phenomena in. (1866.) See Packard, A. S., Jr. 

Glacial Sediments of. (1800.) See Stone, George H. 

Graphtolites, lower Silurian, from Northern Maine. 1800. See 
Dodge, W. W. 

Gulf of Maine, explorations of, with the dredge. 1874. See Pack- 
ard, A. S., Jr. 

Eame RiTero of Maine. 1884. See Stone, George H. 

Eames and Moraines of Maine. 1878. See Wright, G. F. 

Kames or Eskers of Maine. 1880. See Stone, George H. 

Metamorphic Rocks of Maine. (1870.) See Bailey, Loring W. 

Mineralogy among the Aborigines of Maine. (1869). See True, N. T. 

Minerals, new localities of, in Maine. 1869. See True, N. T. 

Mines of. 1870-80. See Bartlett, Frank S. 

Moraines, terminal, in Maine. 1887. See Stone, George H. 

Remarks upon certain portions of its geology. 1837. See Jackson, 
C. T. 

HISTOBICAL. 

Ancient Dominions of. 1850. See Sewall, Rufus K. 

Anti-Slavery Cause in; history of . 1886. See Willey, Austin. 

Beginnings of. (1880.) See Baxter, James P. 

Book of eastern claims in. (1878-80.) See Sargent, William M. 

Book of eastern claims. (1887-80.) See Moore, M. J. 

Boroughs in. Indian land deeds in. (1866.) See Egleston, Mel- 
ville. 

Brief Historical Sketch of. 1843. See Felt, Joseph B. ^ 

Brief History of. 1885. See Lapham, William B. 

Claimed by Massachusetts. See Hazard, Ebenezer. 

Coat of Arms of. (1883.) See Williamson, Joseph. 

Colonization in. 1623. See Hist. Mag. 4: 223. 

Deed of, to Sir R. Edgecomb. 1637. See Gorges, Sir Ferdinando. 

Deed of, to John Usher. 1678. See Gorges, Sir Ferdinando. 

Deed of to Massachusetts. (1678.) See Gorges, Sir Ferdinando. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 35 

DiBcoTery of, by Waymouth. 1605. See DeCosta, Beiij. F. 
Discoyery of coast of. (1869.) See Eohl, John G. 

Documentary History, proceedings for procuring. 1868. See Doc- 
umentary History of Maine. 

Documentary History. (1869-77.) See Maine Historical Society.. 

Documentary History. (1869.) See Khol, John G. 

Documentary History. (1884.) See Baxter, James P. 

Documents concerning, in English Archives. 1858. See Folsom,. 
George. 

Documents concerning, in English Archives. 1858. See "Willis^ 
William. 

Dutch in. (1857.) See dePeyster, J. Watts. 
Eastern, during Revolution. (1867.) See Kidder, Frederic. 
Eastern. Papers relating to. (1764.) See Kilby, William H. 
Explorations of coast. 1604-05. See Champlain, Samuel. 
Extract from ** Travaile into Virginia, " 1607. See Strachey, Wm. 

Extracts from provincial records. 1640-49. See Mass. Hist. Soc. 
Coll. 1:101. 1792. 

Extracts from unpublished records. (1866.) See Boardman, Sam- 
uel L. 

First Government of, under President Danforth. 1679. See Sar- 
gent, W. M. 

First Town incorporated in. (1853.) N. E. Reg. 7: 154. 

Forts, colonial. (1887.) See Winsor, Justin. 

French Settlements in. 1688. See Hutchinson, Thomas. 

Historical and Descriptive Sketch of. 1879. See Trafton, Mark. 

Historical Review of literature in. 1883. See Williamson, Joseph. 

Historical Sketch of. 1853. See Poor, John A. 

Historical Sketch of. 1861. iSee Poor, John A. 

Historical Sketch of. 1879. See Smith, Elizabeth O. 

Historical Sketch of. 1884. (By Charles Deane.) See Winsor, Jus- 
tin. 

History and Description of. 1859. See Coolidge, A. J. 

History of. 1795. See Sullivan, James. 

History of. 1832. See Williamson, William D. 

History of. (Summary.) 1870. See Willis, William. 

History of. Toung people's. 1874. See Vamey, George J. 

History of. 1875. See Abbott, John S. C. 

History of, 1880. (Brief.) See Marble, Albert P. 



36 BIBLIOOBAPHY OF MAINE. 

Maine, Continued, 

History of land titles in. 1801. See Sullivan, James. 

Journal of Gov. PownalPs voyage to. 1850. See Williamson, 

Joseph. 
Kennebec Patent, extracts from records concerning. 1751. See 

Patent for Plymouth. 

King Philip's War in. 1675. See Waldron, Richard. 

King's Right to Woods in. 1718. See West, Richard. 

Letter from provincial agent of, in England. 1762. See Bolton, 
William. 

Letter relating to province claim. 1670. See Gorges, Ferdinando. 

Mother of New England. (1862.) See Sewall, Rufus K. 

Name, origin of. (1876.) See Tuttle, Charles W. 

Names of towns in eastern Maine, with ancient or Indian names. 
Bang. H. M. 5:28. (1889.) [5866 

New Story of. 1876. See Knight, Enoch. 

Notes on local history of. 1866. See Boardman, Samuel L. 

Papers concernins: province and state of. 1866. See Boardman, 

Samuel L. 
Petition for new county in. 1752. See Bang. H. M. 3: 187. (1887.) 
Petition from, to Oliver Cromwell. 1656. See Williams, Thomas 
Petition from to King Charles II. 1680. See Hale, John. 

Petition of inhabitants to Governor Andros. 1689. See Prince 
Society. 

Her Place in History. 1877. See Chamberlain, Joshua L. 

Plough Patent in. (1885.) See Banks, Charles £. 

Possession of Eastern Maine; certificate of taking. 1759. See 
Pownall, Thomas. 

Proclamation of Gov. Andros in. 1688. See Boardman, S. L. 

Province of; extracts from its records, 1640-49; See Mass. Hist. Soc. 
Coll. 1: 101. (1792.) Charter granted to Gorges, 1639, See Haz- 
ard, Ebenezer; also Baxter, J. P. Petition of to council, 1661; 
answers to and from Massachusetts concerning her claim to, 1652 ; 
Protest of Massachusetts against jurisdiction of Maine officers, 
and answer; See Hazard, Ebenezer; Letter of Richard Nichols 
concerning, 1658; Claim of Gorges sustained by the King, 1664; 
Design of purchasing the province for the Duke of Monmouth, 
1674; See Hutchinson, Thomas; Documents relative to province, 
1661-91 ; See Baxter, J. P. ; Letter of Richard Nichols concerning 
province, 1668; Sale to Massachusetts disapproved by the King, 
1679; See Hutchinson, Thomas. 

Provincial Seal of. 1640. See Banks, Charles £. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 37 

Purchase's Patent in. (1850.) See Purchase, Thomas. 
Review of History and present condition of the Commonwealth of 
Maine. Am. Reg. 5:105. (1832.) [5867 

Scotch-Irish Immigration to. See Willis, William. 
Scotch-Irish Immigration to. See Perry, Arthur L. 
Settlement in, before 1620. See Banks, Charles E. 
Slavery in. See Williamson, Joseph. 
Smuggling in, during war of 1812. See Porter, J. W. 
Source of Land Titles in. (1881.) See Goddard, Charles W. 
State House, historical account of. (1880.) See Porter, J. W. 
Steam Navigation in, histoi*y of. 1872. See Goold, William. 
View of. 1815. See Whipple, Joseph. 

Voice of, as heard in the genesis of our nationality. (1885.) See 
Emery, George F. 

Voyage to, by Champlain. 1605. See Brown, John Marshall. 

Voyage to, by Waymouth. 1605. See Burrage, Henry S. ; Cush- 
man, D. Quimby; Porter, Joseph W; Prince, George; Rosier, 
James; McEeen, John. 

Voyage to. 1623-24. See Levett, Christopher. 

Voyage to. 1628. See Levett, Christopher. 

Voyage to. 1734. See Prince, Thomas. 

Young People's History of. 1874. See Vamey, George J. 

INSTITUTIONS, PUBLIC AND CHABITABLE. 

Anti-Slavery Society. Fourth annual report of the Maine Anti- 
Slavery Society, with the minutes of the annual meeting, on the 
7th and 8th of February, 1830. Brunswick: Printed by Thomas 
W. Newman. 1830. 8vo. pp. 36. [5868 

Bible Society. An address of the Bible Society of Maine, estab- 
lished in Portland, August 30, 1800, to the public: to which is 
subjoined the constitution and regulations of said society, and 
the names of its officers. Portland: Printed by Arthur Shirley. 
1800. 8vo. pp. 8. [5860 

Act of Incorporation and By-laws of the Bible Society of Maine: 
with the by-laws of the trustees and brief history of the society. 
Incorporated in 1810. Portland: Printed by B. Thurston & Co. 
1874. 16mo. pp. 22. [5870 

Camp Hospital Association. The semi-annual report of the Maine 
Camp Hospital Association, of Portland, with letters and journals 
of nurses. Portland: N. A. Foster & Co., Printers. 1863. 12mo. 
pp. 24. [5871 



38 BIBLIOGBAFHT OF MAIKE. 

Maine, Continued. 

Christian Endeavor Union. Fourth annual convention of the 
Maine Christian Endeavor Union, held at Augusta, September 
24th and 25th, 1890. Published by Maine Christian Endeavor 
Union. 1890. 8vo. pp. 75. [5872 

Colonization Society. Address of the board of managers of the 
Colonization Society of the State of Maine, n. p. (Portland.) 
n. d. (1855.) 8vo. pp. 8. [5873 

Cruelty to Animals. Constitution and by-laws of the Maine State 
Society for the Prevention of cruelty to animals. (Seal.) Organ- 
ized May 26, 1887. Augusta: Maine Farmer Job Print 1887. 
16mo. pp. 8. [5874 

Deaf Mutes. Maine Deaf Mute Mission. Organized Dec. 31, 1877. 
Belfast: Progressive Age Press. 1881. 12mo. pp. 19. [5875 

Fish Protection Association. Constitution and by-laws of the 
Maine State Association for the protection of Fish. Organized 
Feb. 12, 1875. Augusta: Press of Homan A Badger, 1875. 16mo. 
pp. 12. [5876 

Hotel Keepers Association. Constitution and by-laws. Portland: 
1889. 

Industrial School for Girls. 1875-91. See Maine; Public Docu- 
ments. 

Insane Hospital. Annual reports. 1840^91. /^ee Maine; Public 
Documents. 

Insane Hospital. Review of reports of, for 1854. See Ray, Isaac. 

Insane Hospital. Maine Insane Hospital. Med. World. 2: 75. 
(1857.) [5877 

Insane Hospital. Memorial concerning. 1868. See Lord, Tobias. 

Maine Charitable Mechanic Association. Constitution of the 
Maine Charitable Mechanic Association, instituted January 16, 
and incorporated June 14, 1815. Portland: Printed by Francis 
Douglas, 1817. 8vo. pp. 16. [5878 

Address before. 1821. See Mellen, Grenville. 

Addresses before. 1841-42. See Sayward, John S. 

Official Catalogue of the fair and exhibition of the Maine Charita- 
ble Mechanic Association, opened in Portland, Sept. 20, 1854. 
B. Thurston, Steam Printer, Engraver, Electrotyper and Stereo- 
typer, No. 52 Exchange Street, Portland. 12mo. pp. 86. [5879 

Exhibition and Fair at Lancaster and City halls, in the city of 
Portland, September, 1854. (Seal.) Portland: Printed by Bro. 
Ira Berry. 1855. 8vo. pp. 40. [5880 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 39 

Constitution of the Maine Charitable Mechanic Association. In- 
stituted January 16, 1815, and incorporated June 14, 1815. With 
& historical sketch. Portland: Printed by N. A. Foster, No. 53 
Exchange Street. 1859. 16mo. pp. 60. [5881 

Constitution of the Maine Charitable Mechanic Association. 
Instituted January 16, 1815, and incorporated June 14, 1815, with 
a historic sketch. Portland: Printed at Tucker Printing House. 
1875. 16mo. pp. 77. (Engi-aving.) [6882 

Catalogue of the library of the Maine Charitable Mechanic Asso- 
ciation, founded July, 1820. Revised: June, 1875. Portland: 
Press of B. Thurston & Company. 1875. 24mo. pp. 126. [5883 

Supplementary Catalogue of the Maine Charitable Mechanic Asso- 
ciation. 1888. n. d. n. p. 12mo. pp. 7. [5884 

Constitution of the Maine Charitable Mechanic Association. 
Instituted Jan. 16, 1815, and incorporated June 14, 1815, with a 
historical sketch, by Charles Holden, brought down to 1875, and 
continued to 1880, by Edward H. Elwell. Portland: Charles 
Paine, Printer. 1889. [5886 

Military and Naval Orphan Asylum. Reports. 1868-91. See Maine; 
Public Documents. 

Musical Association. Constitution of the Maine State Musical 
Association, with a catalogue of its members and of the mem- 
bers of the teacher^ s classes, which had its first annual session 
at Bath, August 20, 1854. Augusta: Printed at the Maine Farmer 
Job Office. ia54. 8yo. pp. 16. [5886 

Minutes of the fifteenth annual session of the Maine State Musical 

Association, and of the eleventh annual session of the Penobscot 

Musical Association, held at convention at Bangor, October 19, 

20, 21 and 22, 1858. Bangor: Wheeler A Lynde, Printers. 1858. 

8vo. pp. 20. [5887 

With address of Hon. John E. Godfrey, of Bangor, vice-president of the 
convention, and president of the Penobscot Association. 

Normal Schools. See Maine; Public Documents. 

Penal and Charitable Institutions of Maine. 1881. See Masun, 
Javan K. 

Reform School. Reports. 1854-91. <8ee Maine; Public Documents. 

Sovereigns of Industry. Constitution for subordinate councils, 
Sovereigns of Industry, State of Maine. (Seal; legend, Maine 
State Council, S. of I. Organized Dec. 28, 1874. Equity.) 
Wilder W. Perry, Printer, Camden. 1877. 16mo. [5888 

State Prison Reports. 1829-01. /See Maine; Public Documents. 

Rules and By-laws for the government and discipline of the Maine 
state prison at Thomaston, with a catalogue of officers. Bangor: 
William Thompson, Printer. 1850. 12mo. pp. 20. [5889 



40 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Maine, Continued, 

Abstract of the history of the Maine state prison, up to the present 
time. 1882. Bangor. 1882. 8yo. pp. 48. [5890 

Temperance. First annual report of the Maine Temperance Society, 
presented by the corresponding secretary, January 23, 1833. 
Belfast: Printed for the society. 1833. 8yo. pp. 93. [5891 

Tbe corresponding secretary was Hon. Samuel M. Pond, of Backsport. 

Second Annual Report of the Maine Temjierance Society. Pre- 
sented by the corresponding secretary, February 5, 1834. Ells- 
worth : Printed by Robert Grant, for the society. 1834. 8vo. pp. 
135. [5892 

The reports for 1833 and 1834 are all that were published. 

Proceedings and Speeches of the State Temperance Convention, 
held at Augusta, Me., January 21 and 22, 1852; with a synopsis 
of the Maine liquor law, and statistical reports of its operations 
from all parts of the state; together with letters from jurists and 
divines to the above and other conventions, n. t. p. 8vo. pp. 16. 

[5893 

Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Eighth annual report of 
the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of the State of Maine, 
for the year ending September, 1882, held in the First Baptist 
church, Rockland. ** Trust in the Lord and do good.'* Rockland : 
Courier-Gazette Press. 1882. 8vo. pp. 68. [5894 

Ninth Annual Report, for the year ending September 1883, held in 
the Unitarian church, Eennebunk. ^*For God and Home and 
Native Land.'* Rockland : Courier-Gazette Press. ^1883. 8^o. pp* 
72. [5895 

Fifteenth Report of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of 
the State of Maine, for the year ending Sept. 1889. Held in the 
Methodist church. Bar Harbor. *'For God and Home and Native 
Land." Rockland, Me.: Printed at the Courier-Gazette Office* 
1889. 12mo. pp. 138, (1.) [5896 

Woman's Board of Missions. Fourth annual report of the Maine 
branch of the Woman's Board of Missions, annual meeting held 
at Calais, June 27th, 1877. Portland, Me. : Daily Press Job Office, 
Wm. M. Marks, Manager. 1877. 12mo. pp. 28. [5897 

Fifth Annual Report of the Maine branch of the Woman's Board of 
Missions, annual meeting held at Auburn, June 26th, 1878. Port- 
land, Me. : William M. Marks, Printer. 1878. 12mo pp. 33. 

[5898 

Sixteenth Annual Report of the Maine branch of the Woman's 
Board of Missions, annual meeting. Portland, June 19, 1889. 
Portland: Printed by William M. Marks. 1889. 12mo. pp. 42. 

[5899 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 41 

Woman's Indian Association. Annual report of the Maine branch 
of the Woman's National Indian Association. January 24tb, 
1887. Portland, Maine. 8vo. pp. 28. [5900 

Woman's Relief Corps. Constitution and rules for the govern- 
ment of the Woman's State Relief Corps of Maine. Organized 
June 19 and 20, 1883. Portland: Harris A Williams, Printers. 
1886. 16mo. pp. 28. [5901 

United Fellowship; objects and history. 1883. ^ee Rice, W. A. 

LEGAL. 

Public Laws. 

Acts and resolves. 

Reports and digests. 

Miscellaneous. 

The Prohibitory or Maine Law. 

PUBLIC LAWS. 

Laws of the State of Maine; to which are prefixed the constitu- 
tion of the U. States and of said State, in two volumes, with 
an appendix. Published according to a resolve of the State, 
passed March 8, 1821. Brunswick: Printed by J. Griffiths, for 
the State. 8vo. Vol. I. pp. Ixx, 1 to 466. xciv. Vol. II. pp. xlii, 
457 to 872, xciv. [5902 

Laws of the State of Maine: to which are prefixed the constitution 
of the U. States, and of said State, with an appendix. Port- 
land: William Hyde. 1822. Goodale, Glazier & Co., Printers. 
8vo. pp. (4), 682, xciv. [5903 

The edition of the lawB published In 1821 was defective In its arrangement 
of the Introductory acts, and contained many typographical errors. In this 
onofflcial edition, published in opposition to " the State edition, " these de- 
fects are remedied. 

Laws of the State of Maine : in which are prefixed the constitu- 
tion of the United States and of said State, with an appendix. 
Hallowell: Printed and Published by Glazier, Masters & Co., 
No. 1 Kennebec Row. 1830. 8vo pp. iii, (i), 682, xcvi. [5904 

This is the same imprint as the edition of 1822, except the title-page. On 
the back it is styled *• Vol. 1-2. '* 

Laws of the State of Maine. Vol. III. Published according to a 
resolve of the Stat«, passed March 80th, 1831. Portland: Printed 
by Thomas Todd, for the State. 1831. 8vo. pp. xlviii, 414, xxx- 
vii. [5905 

Public Laws of the State of Maine, from 1822 to 1833, inclusive. 
Hallowell: Glazier, Masters & Smith. 1834. 8vo. pp.370, xxx- 
viii. [5906 

Public Laws of the State of Maine, 1834. n. t. p. (On cover: " No. 
13. Vol. II. Glazier, Masters and Smith's Edition. ") 8vo. pp. 
371-462, xiv, (?) [.'>907 

A continuation from preceding title. 



42 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Maiitb, Continued. 

Laws of the State of Maine — Volume I and II : with the constitn- 
tion of the United States and of said State prefixed. Also, 
notes and references delineating the additions and modifications 
thereof, which have been enacted by, the State from 1821 to 1834. 
To which is appended in order and comments, a full synopsis of 
the decisions relating thereto, contained in the 17 volumes of 
Massachusetts Reports, 10 volumes Pickering^ s Reports, and 7 
volumes of GreenleaTs Reports. By Francis O. J. Smith, coun- 
sellor at law. Portland : Thomas Todd and Colman, Holden A 
Co. 1834. Vol. MI. pp. 1048, cix. [5908 

Revised Statutes of the State of Maine. Passed October 22, 1840; 
to which are prefixed the constitution of the United States and 
of the State of Maine, and to which are subjoined the other pub- 
lic laws of 1840 and 1841, with an appendix. Printed and pub- 
lished in compliance with a resolve of October 22, 1840. Augus- 
ta: Published by William R. Smith & Co., Printers to the State. 
1841. 8vo. pp. xvi, 888. [5909 

The same. Second edition. Printed and published in compliance 
with a resolve of June 22, 1846. Hallo well: Glazier, Masters & 
Smith. 1847. 8vo. pp. xvi, 896. [6910 

The Revised Statutes of the State of Maine. Passed April 17, 1857; 
to which are prefixed the constitutions of the United States, and 
of the State of Maine: with an appendix. Published by au- 
thority of the Legislature. Bangor: Wheeler & Lynde. 1857. 
8vo. pp. xvi, 968. [5911 

The commisBioiiers of revlBion were Noah Smith, Jr., IVarren H. Vinton 
and Louis O. Cowan. Masters, Smith & Co., of Hallowell, printed the work. 

The Revised Statutes of the State of Maine, Passed January 25, 
1871 ; to which are prefixed the constitution of the United States 
and of the State of Maine: with an appendix. By authority of 
the Legislature. (State coat of arms.) Portland : Published by 
Bailey & Noyes. n. d. (1871.) 8vo. pp. x, (1), 1273. [5912 

Fourth Revision. The Revised Statutes of the State of Maine, 
Passed August 29, 1883, and taking effect January 1, 1884. By 
the authority of the Legislature. (State coat of arms.) Port- 
land: Published by Loring, Short and Harmon, and William M. 
Marks, Printer. 1884. 8vo. pp. xxvi, (1), 1436. [5913 

Thin revision was made by Hon. Charles W. Goddard, of Portland, under a 
legislative resolve. It contains a note by him on the sources of land-titles 
in Maine. 

Laws of the State of Maine, passed by the Legislature, at its 
session, which commenced on Wednesday, the thirty-first day of 
May, and ended on the twenty-eighth day of June, A. D., 1820. 
In which is prefixed the constitution of the state. Published 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 43 

agreeably to a resolution of June 28, 1820. Portland: Printed by 

Francis Douglas, Printer to the State. 1820. 8vo. pp. xzxvi, 48, 

(7, index). [5914 

This pamphlet contains also the special laws, and the names of the dele- 
gates who signed the constitution. 

Laws of the State of Maine: to which are prefixed the constitution 
of the U. S. and of said State, in two volumes, with an appendix. 
Published according to a resolve of the State, passed March 8, 

1821. .Brunswick: Printed bj J. Griffin, for the State. 1821. 
8vo. Vol. I. pp. Ixx., 1 to 456, xciv. Vol. II. xlii, 467 to 872, xciv. 

[5915 

Public Acts of the State of Maine, passed by the Legislature at its 
session held in January, 1822. Published agreeably to the resolve 
of June 28, 1820. Portland: Thayer, Tappan <fe Stickney, Printers 
to the State. 1822. 8vo. pp. (5), 874-913, (6, index). [5916 

The same. n. t. p. On cover: "No. 1, Vol. 2. Groodale, Olazier 
& Co*8 Edition. Public laws of the State of Maine. January, 

1822. With an appendix. Price 81 cents.'' n. p. (Hallowell.) 
n. d. (1822.) 8vo. pp. 30, 22, iv. [5917 

The same, passed 1823. 8vo. pp. (5), 920-953, (6, index). [5918 

The same, passed 1824. 8vo. pp. (5), 960-1015, (5, index). [5919 

The same, passed 1825. 8vo. pp. (4), 1022-64, (14, index). [5920 

The index is to the Acts from 1822 to 1825, Inclusive. 

The same, passed 1826. 8vo. pp. (4), 1070-1100, (4, index). [5921 

The same, passed 1827. 8vo. pp. (4), 1105-36. (4). [5922 

The same, passed 1828. 8vo. pp. (5), 1142-82, (6, index). [5923 

The same, passed 1829. 8vo. pp. (5), 1184-1223, (7, index). [5924 

The same, passed 1830. 8vo. pp. (5), 1226-68, (8, index). [5925 

The same, passed 1831. 8vo. pp. (4), 1270-1355, (10, index). [5926 

The same, passed 1832. 8vo. pp. (5), 49, (7, index). [5927 

The same, passed 1833. 8vo. pp. (5), 52-100. (9, index). [5928 

The same, passed 1834. 8vo. pp. (5), 100-239, (9, index). [5929 

The same, passed 1835. 8vo. pp. (5), 240-315, (15, index). [5930 

The same, passed 1836. 8vo. pp. (5), 318-387, (11, index). [5931 

The same, passed 1837. 8vo. pp. (5), 390-455, (9, index). [5932 

The same, passed 1838. 8vo. pp. (5), 458-517, (7, index). [5933 

The same, passed 1839. 8vo. pp. (5), 520-588, (10, index). [5934 

By Legislative resolve in 1840, the laws, public and private, with the 
resolves, were required to be bound thereafter in the same volume. The 
divisions of " Public Laws ; " ** Private and Special Laws ; ** and " Resolves '* 
were retained. 

Acts and Resolves passed 1840. 8vo. pp. (8), 254, (10). [5935 



44 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Maine, Continued, 

Acts and Resolves passed 1841. 8yo. pp. (12), 289^697, (14). [5036 

The Pablic and Private Acts and Besolves of 1840 and 1841 were bound in 
one volnme designated as Vol. IV, Acts and Resolves. 

The same, passed 1842. 8vo. pp. viii, 41, 60, 156, (2), zi. [5037 

The same, passed 1843. 8vo. pp. viii, (2), 44-77, (3), 74-163, (3), 160- 
273, (1), (xii). ' [5038 

The same, passed 1844. 8vo. pp. viii, 81-132, 167-240, 277-382, (1), x, 

[5030 

The same, passed 1845. 8vo. pp. (10), 135-165, (2), 243-380, (3), 388 
407, (1), (13). [5040 

The same, passed 1846. 8vo. pp. (13), 167-208, (1), 381-520, (2), 501- 

583, (1), (13). [5041 

The Pablic Acts.f rem 1842 to 1846, Inclusive, paged continuously, are desig- 
nated as Vol. V, Public Laws. 

The Special Acts and Resolves for the same years are designated as Vol. V« 

The same, passed 1847. 8vo. pp. ix, 35, 135, 71, (1), x. [5042 

The same, passed 1848. 8vo. pp. ix, (2), 30-83, (3), 140-285, (2), 76- 
133, (1), xi. [5043 

The same, passed 1840. 8vo. pp. xi, (2), 87-131, (2), 280-431, (2), 
137-210, xiii. [5044 

The same, passed 1850. 8vo. pp. xii, (2), 135-205, (2), 435-616, (2), 
213-325, XV. [5046 

The same, passed 1851. 8vo. pp. xi, (2), 130-221, (2), 618-656, (2), 
465-580, xiv. [5046 

The same, passed 1852. 8vo. pp. xiii, (2), 225-284, (2), 657-663, (2), 

370-463, xvi. [5047 

The Public Acts from 1847 to 1862 inclusive, constitute Vol. VI, of that 
division; and Vol. VI, of the Private Acts and Vol. VI of the Resolves com- 
prise the same years. 

The same, passed 1853. 8vo. pp. xi, 62, 102, 82, xiv. [5048 

The same, passed at extra session 1853 and at regular session, 1854. 
8vo. pp. xiii, (1), 65-68, (2), 105-203, (2), 85-07, (2), 71-120, (2), 
207-436, (2), 101-208, (1), xvi. [5040 

The same, passed 1855. 8vo. pp. xiii, (1), 123-224, (2), 450-608, (2), 
213-204, (1). [5050 

The same, passed 1856. 8vo. pp. xi, (2). 227-328, (2), 611-766, (2), 

209-406, (1). [5951 

The Public Acts from 1863 to 1856 inclusive, constitute Vol. VIII of that 

division: and Vol. VIII of the Private Acts, and Vol. VIII of the Resolves 

are made up in the same manner. 

The same, passed 1857. 8vo. pp. xi, 40, 122, 158. [5052 

The same, passed 1858. 8vo. pp. xi, 65, (1), 125-234, (1), 160- 

246, (1), xiii. [5953 



BIBUOORAPHY OF MAINE. 45 

The same, passed 1859. 8vo pp. xiv, (1), 69-115, (1), 237-341, (I), 
249-323, (1), xiii. [5954 

The same, passed 1860. 8yo.pp. xii, (1), 119-167, (1), 345-483, (3), 

327-423, (2), xii. [5955 

Tlie Public Acts from 1857 to 1860, Inclusive, constitute Vol. Y III of that 
diyision: and Vol. VIII of the Private Acts, and Vol. VIII of the Resolves 
are made up in the same manner. 

The same, passed 1861. 8vo. pp. xii, (2), 56, (1), 121, (1), 152, (1), xv. 

[5956 

The same, passed 1862. 8yo. pp. xii. (1), 59-124, (1), 125-201, (1), 157- 
233, xvi. [5957 

The same, passed 1863. 8yo. pp. xii, (1), 127-162, (2), 205-296, (1), 
237-305, (1), xii. [5958 

The same, passed 1864. 8vo. pp. xii, (1), 165-216, (2), 299-420, (2), 
311-393, (1), xvi. [5959 

The same, passed 1865. 8yo. pp. xii, (2), 219-304, (2), 423-535, (2), 
397-182. [5960 

The Public Acts, Private Acts and Resolves, from 1862 to 1865, inclusive, 
comprise three separate volumes, designated as Vol. IX of each division. 

The same, passed 1866. 8vo. pp. xii, 34, 133, 103. [5961 

The same, passed 1867. 8yo. pp. xy, (2), 37-90, (2), 137-360, (2), 86- 
197. [5862 

The same, passed 1868. 8yo. pp. xvi, (2), 93-159, (2), 263-578, (2), 
171-271. [5963 

The Public Acts, Private Acts and Resolves, from 1866 to 1868, inclusive, 
comprise three separate volumes, designated as Vol. X of each division. 

The same, passed 1869. 8yo. pp. xvi, 60, 263, 96. [5964 

The same, passed 1870. 8yo. pp. xyi, (2), 63-136, (2), 267-509, (2), 
83-196. [5965 

The same, passed 1871. 8yo. pp. xiv, (2), 139-166, (2), 513-714, (2), 
181-295. [5966 

The Public Acts, Private Acts, and Resolves, from 1868 to 1872, inclusive, 
comprise three separate volumes, designated as Vol. XI of each division. 

The same, passed 1872. 8yo. pp. xiv, 55, 208, 95. [5967 

The same, passed 1873. 8yo. pp. xiv, (2), 59-108, (2), 211-412, (2), 
81-175. [5968 

The same, passed 1874. 8yo. pp. xvi, (2), 111-192, (2), 415-613, (2), 
159-268. [5969 

The Public Acts, Private Acts and Resolves, from 1872 to 1874, inclusive, 
comprise three separate volumes, designated as Vol. XII of each division. 

The same, passed 1876. 8yo. pp. xiy, 44, 170, 118. [5970 

The same, passed 1876. 8yo. pp. xvi, 26, (2), 47-109, (2), 173-279, (2), 
103-206. [5971 



46 BIBUOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

MAiinE, Continued, 

The same, passed 1877. Svo. pp. xi, (2), 118-175, (2), 283-366, (2), 

191-378. [5072 

The Public Acts, Private Acts and Resolves, from 1876 to 1877, Inclusive, 
comprise three separate volumes designated as Vol. XIII of each division. 

The same, passed 1878. 8yo. pp. ziii, 101, 115, 108. [5978 

The same, passed 1879. 8vo. pp. ziii, (2), 105-172, (2), 119-217, (2), 
91-168. [5974 

The same, passed 1880. 8vo. pp. zi, (2), 175-295, (2), 221-350, 151- 

304. [5975 

Hie Public Acts, Private Acts and Resolves, from 1878 to 1880, inclusive, 
comprise three separate volumes, designated as Vol. XIV of each division. 

The same, parsed 1881. 8vo. pp. zy, 82, 217, 132. [5976 

The same, passed 1883. 8yo. pp. ziz, (2), 85-207, (2), 221-503, (2), 
115-271. [5977 

The same, passed 1885. 8yo. pp. xyi, (2), 211-327, (2), 511-777, (2), 

247-379. [5978 

The Public Acts, Private Acts and Resolves, from 1881 to 1836, inclusive, 
comprise three separate volumes, designated as Vol. XY of each division. 

The same, passed 1887. 8yo. pp. zz, 141, 466, 125. [5979 

The same, passed 1889. 8yo. pp. zzii, (2), 147-277, (2), 469-943, (2), 

73-194. [6980 

The Public Acts, Private Acts and Resolves, for 1887 and 1888, comprise 
three separate volumes, designated as Vol. XVI of each division. 

Adu and Besolvea. 

Friyate Acts of the State of Maine, passed by the Legislature at 
their sessions, held in June, 1820, and January, 1821. Published 
agreeably to a resolve of June 28, 1820. Portland: Printed by 
Thomas Todd & Co. Printers to the State. 1821. 8vo pp. 118, 
(1), (12. indez.) [5981 

The same, passed 1822. 8yo. pp. (5), 120-220, (6). [5982 

The same, passed 1823. 8yo. pp. (5), 226-327, (5). [5983 

The same, passed 1824. 8yo. pp. (5), 344-422, (4). [5984 

The same, passed 1825. 8yo. pp. (5), 428-607, (11). [5985 

Contains index to the Private Acts passed from 1820 to 1825, inclusive. 

The same, passed 1826. Svo. pp. (5). 614-721, (6). [5986 

The same, passed 1827. Svo. pp. (5), 728-809, (6). [5987 

The same, passed 1828. 8yo. pp. (5), 816-926, 56. [5988 

The Legislature of 1828 provided that the Private Acts, passed from 1820 
to 1828 iuclusive, should constitute the first volume, and that a table of 
contents, and general indez be published with the acts of that session. 

The same, passed 1829. 8yo. pp. 112, (1), (5). [5989 

The same, passed 1830. 8yo. pp. 112, (1), (5). [5990 



BIBLIOORAPHY OF MAINE. 47 

The same, passed 1831. 8yo. pp. (7), 210-337, (10). [5901 

The same, passed 1832. 8vo. pp. (5), 340451, (1), (11). [5992 

The same, passed 1833. 8vo. pp. (5), 454-587, (1), (12). [5993 

The same, passed 1834. 8yo. pp. (5), 590-780, (12). [5994 

The same, passed 1835. 8yo. pp. (5), 782-934, (8). [5995 

The Private and Special Acts from 1B29 to 1835, inclusive, paged contin- 
uously, oonstltate Vol. II, having a title-page, table of contents, and general 
Index. 

The same, passed 1836. 8vo. pp. (8), 329, (1), (13). [5996 

The same, passed 1837. 8yo. pp. (8), 332-509, (1), (12). [5997 

The same, passed 1838. 8vo. pp. vii, (1), 512-604, (1), (7). [5998 

The same, passed 1839. 8yo. pp. (7), 608-685, (1), (6). [5999 

Beginning with 1840, the Private and Special Acts were published under 
the general title of Acts and Resolves. S§6 note, under Public Acts, 1839. 

Buolves. 

Resolves of the Legislature of the State of Maine, passed at its 
session, which commenced on the thirty-first day of May, and 
ended on the twenty-eighth day of June, one thousand eight 
hundred and twenty. Published agreeably to a resolution of 
June 28, 1820. Portland: Printed by Francis Douglas, Printer to 
the State. 1820. 8yo. pp. 43, (3, index). [6000 

The same, passed 1821. Svo. pp. (2), 46-102, (7). [6001 

The same, passed 1822. Svo. pp. (5), 108-186, (7). [6002 

The same, passed 1823. Svo. pp. (5), 192-289, (8). [6003 

The same, passed 1824. Svo. pp. (5), 296-367, (1), (5). [6004 

The same, passed 1825. Svo. pp. (5), 376-460, (14). [6005 

The same, passed 1826. 8vo. pp. (5), 466-528, (4). [6006 

The same, passed 1827. 8yo. pp. (5), 534-607, (6). [6007 

The same, passed 1828. Svo. pp. (5), 614-826. [6008 

By Act of the Legislature the Resolves from 1820 to 1828, inclusive, consti- 
tute the first volume , with a tltle>page as follows: 

Besolves of the State of Maine, from 1820 to 1828, inclusive. 
Volume I. Published agreeably to the Resolves of June 28, 1820. 
Portland: Printed by Thomas Todd, Printer to the State. 1828. 
8vo. pp. (8), 826, (4). [6009 

Resolves passed 1829. 8vo. pp. 88, (8). [6010 

The same, passed 1830. Svo. pp. (9), 90-146, (8). [6011 

The same, passed 1831. 8yo. pp. (9), 148-325, (15). [6012 

The same, passed 1832. Svo. pp. (10), 328-500, (10). [6013 

The same, passed 1838. 8vo. pp. (11), 492-600, (13). [6014 

The same, passed 1834. Svo. pp. (11), 602-688, (10). [6015 



48 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 



Mains, Continued. 

The same, passed 1885. Svo. pp. (11), 690-798, (8). [6016 

The Resolves of 1829 to 1836 inclusive, were bound together and styled Vol. 

II, with a pagination of 788, besides unpaged lists of civil government, la- 
dexes and tables of contents for each year. 

The same, passed 1836. 8vo. pp. 124, (12). [6017 

The same, passed 1837. 8yo. pp. (11), 186-281, (11). [6018 

The same, passed 1838. 8yo. pp. (11), 244-489, (1), xiil. [6019 

The same, passed 1839. 8vo. pp. 171, (9). [6020 

The Resolves of 1836 to 1839 inclusive, were bound together and styled Vol. 

III. Those of 1839 were not paged continuously from 1838. Beginning with 
1840, the resolves were published with the Acts, under the general title of 
** Acts and Revolves.** See note under Public Acts, 1839. 

BEPOBTS AKD DIGESTS. 

United States Ctmrte. 

Circuit Court. First circuit. Vols. 1-4. 1861-78. See Cliflford, 
William H. 

District Court. District of Maine. Ware^s reports. Vols. 1-2. 
1822-49. See Davels, Edward H. 

The same. Vol. 3. 1849-73. See Emery, George F. 

The same. Judgements of Hon. Edward Fox. Vols. 1-2. 1887. 
See Haskell, Thomas H. 

SigiMreme Judicial Court, Maine, 

Vols. 1-9. 1820-35. See Greenleaf, Simon. 

Vols. 10-12. 1835-37. See Fairfield, John. 

Vols. 13-18. 1838-42. See Shepley, John. 

Vols. 19-20. 1842-43. See Appleton, John. 

Vols. 21-30. 1844-51. See Shepley, John. 

Vols. 81-35. 1851-54. See Redington, Asa. 

1855-57. See Heath, Solyman. 

1858. See Adams, John M. 

1858-59. See Ludden, Timothy. 

1859-66. See Hubbard, Wales. 

1866-73. See Virgin, Wm. Wirt. 

See Smith, Edwin B. 

See Pulsifer, Josiah D. 

See Hastings, David R. 

See Spaulding, Joseph W. 

See Hamlin, Charles. 



Vols. 36-40. 

Vols. 41-42. 

Vols. 43-44. 

Vols. 45-51. 

Vols. 52-60. 

Vols. 61-64. 

Vols. 65-68. 1876-79. 

Vols. 69-70. 1879^0. 

Vols. 71-80. 1881-88. 

Vols. 81-82. 1889-90. 



1874-76. 



Reports of decisions in the Circuits Court Martial. 1831. See 
Smith, Francis O. J. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 49 

DifftttM qf Decisions. 

Of the Supreme Judicial Court 1820-47. Vols. 1-26. See East- 
man, Philip. 

The same. 1847-57. Vols. 27-43. See Virgin, William W. 

The same. 1857-68. Vols. 44-56. See same. 

The same. 1869-79. Vols. 57-^. /See Hopkins, Geo. C. 

The same. 1820-79. Vols. 1-68. See Piaisted, Harris M., and Ap- 
pleton, Frederick H. 

The same. 1879-89. Vols. 69-81. See Coffin, Edward P. 



Digests of the resolves of Maine, having the force of law, from 
1820 to 1862, inclusive. Compiled under authority of resolves 
of March 13, 1861, and March 17, 1862. By Joseph B. Hall, sec- 
retary of state. Augusta: Stevens & Say ward, Printers to the 
State. 1862. 8vo. pp. xiii, 175, xii. [6021 

MI90KIXAJ(E0US. 

Transcript copy of the early court records and other important 
documents pertaining to the settlement of the province of Maine, 
1636-1686. Transcribed by Charles Bradbury, 1848^. 4 volumes, 
folio. [6022 

Volume 1. 1636-1665. pp. 411. Index. 

Volume 2. 1665-1671. pp.441. Index. 

Volumes. 1671-1681. ppi401. Index. 

Volume 4. 1681-1686. pp. 404. Index. 
These volames are In the State library. 

Act (An) for the preservation of white and other pine trees grow- 
ing in His Majesty's colonies of New Hampshire, Massachusetts 
Bay, Province of Maine, etc., for the masting Her Majesty's navy. 
London: 1711. fol. [6023 

Acts of Massachusetts, relating principally to the District of 
Maine. Maine Rec. 1 : 29. (1884.) [6024 

Bibliographical Memoranda of the laws of. 1891. See Drummond, 
Josiah H. 

Capital Trials in, before the separation. 1890. See Williamson, 
Joseph. 

Civil Actions. The practice in. 1881. See Spaulding, Joseph W. 

Civil Officer. 1825. See Perley, Jeremiah. 

Civil Officer. 1874. See Virgin, Wm. Wirt. 

Civil Officer. 1880. See Verrill, Byron D. 
5* 



50 BIBLIOORAPHY OF MAINE. 

Mainb, Continued. 

Conspectus, (A) or clear view of the laws in any way affecting the 
titles and conveyances of lands in the eastern part of the prov- 
ince (of Maine) which have occasioned controversies and disputes, 
being claimed by virtue of ancient grants from the native In- 
dians. 1758. Svo.pp. 4. [6025 

Constitution for the State of Maine: formed in convention, at 
Portland, 29th of October, A. D., 1819, and of the Independence 
of the United States the forty-third, and recommended to the 
people for their adoption in town meetings on the sixth of De- 
cember. Portland: Printed by Francis Douglas. 1819. Svo.pp. 
28. [6026 

Constitution of the State, formed at Portland, 29th of October, 
1819. Portland: F. Douglas. 1819. 8vo. pp. 28. [6027 

Constitution of the State. Portland. 1820. 8vo. pp. zxxvi, 48. 

[6028 

Constitution of Maine. NUes' B^. 19:26. (1821.) [6029 

Constitution of the State of Maine, and that of the United States. 
Published for the use of schools, by order of the Legislature. 
Portland: Printed by Todd & Smith, Printers to the State. 1825. 
12mo. pp. 48. [6030 

Constitution of the State of Maine, with marginal references, and 
the Census. Portland: 1881. 8vo. [6081 

Constitution reduced to questions and answers. 1848. See Wedge- 
wood, Wm. 

Constitutional Convention. 1819. See Separation. 

Corporations, Laws of. 1881. See Dyer, Isaac W. 

Laws of the State of Maine in relation to the education of youth. 
Published by order of the Legislature for the use of schools. 
Portland: Printed by Todd & Smith, Printers to the State. 1826. 
16mo. pp. 12. [6082 

Court Records of the Province of Maine. N. E. Reg. 89: 358. (1885.) 

[6083 

Debtors, laws concerning. 1840. See Brinley, Francis. 

Early Jurisprudence of. (184041.) See Willis, William. 

Handbook of practice in probate courts. 1872. See Luce, Enos T. 

History (A) of the proceedings and extraordinary measures of the 
Legislature of Maine for the year 1880, with the several opinions 
of the justices of the Supreme Judicial Court on the questions 
submitted to their decision by the governor. Portland: 1889. 
8vo. pp. 120. [6084 

Insolvent Law of Maine. 1878. See Hamlin, Charles. 



BIBLI06BAPHT OF MAINE. 51 

Amendment of the Insolvent Law of Maine, under the act of the 
fifty-eighth Legislature of Maine, which was approved and took 
effect March 8d, 1879, being Chapter 164 of the public laws of 
1879. Price 25 cents. Portland: Loring, Short <& Harmon. 1879. 
8vo. pp. 19. [6035 

Insurance Laws of the State of Maine. 1887. Compiled from the 
revised statutes and subsequent acts. Aug^^sta: Sprague & Son., 
Pnnters to the State. 1887. 8vo. pp. 56. [6086 

Law, courts and lawyers of. 1868. See Willis, William. 

Laws of Maine relating to agriculture. 1879. See Boardman, S. L. 

Laws of Maine relating to manufacturing corporations. Eenne- 
bunk. 1835. 24mo. pp. 12. [6037 

Literature in the constitution of Maine. 1876. See Benson, Samuel 
P. 

Maine Justice of the Peace. 1828. See Perley, Jeremiah. 

The same. 1841. See Baker, H. E. 

The same. 1852. See Kingsbury, Benj. 

Opinion of the several justices of the S. J. Court, on the constitu- 
tionality of the personal liberty law of the State of Maine. 
Augusta: Stevens A Say ward. Printers to the State. 1861. 8vo. 
pp. 49. [6088 

Probate Courts. Handbook of Practice in. 1872. 5ee Luce, EnosT. 

Probate Manual. 1839. See Southgate, Horatio. 

Provincial Court Records. 1885. See Banks, Charles £. 

Railroad Laws and Charters of. 1851. See Gregg, W. P. 

The same. 1875. See Webb, Edmund F. 

Removal of Judge Davis. 1856. See Davis, Woodbury ; also Choate, 

Rufns. 

Review (A) of the constitution of Maine. By an elector, n. p. 
1830. 8vo. pp. 34. [6039 

The same, under the following title: 

Remarks on the constitution of Maine. By an elector. Second 
edition. Augusta: I. Berry & Co., Printers. 1834. 8vo. pp. 84. 

[6040 
Revised Statutes, reduced to the questions and answers. 1843. See 
Wedgewood, William. 

Rules and Forms in bankrupcy, of the District Court of the United 
States, for the District of Maine. Printed and for sale at the 
American Office, Ko. 1, Union Street, n. d. n. p. (Portland, 
1843.) 8vo. pp. 36. [6041 

Rules of the Supreme Judicial Court. Portland: Printed by 
Thomas B. Wait <& Co. 1806. 8vo. pp. 81. [6042 



52 BIBLIOOBAPHT OF MAINE. 

KAXirs, Continued. 

Rules of the Sapreme Jadicial Court and Cumberland bar. Port- 
land: Printed by J. BTKown. 1807. 12mo. pp. 12. [6043 

Regul» Generales. At York, April Teim, 1822. Hallowell: Printed 
by Goodale, Glazier & Co. 1822. 8vo. pp. 17. [0044 

The same. GreenleaTs Reports, 1 : 410. 

Rules for the admission of attorneys, to take effect on the 12th day 
of April, 1842. [6045 

Rules for the regulation of practice in chancery cases. Hallowell: 
Glazier, Masters & Smith. 1842. 8vo. pp. 17. [6046 

The same. Maine Reports, 18: 440. 

Rules and Orders of the Supreme Judicial Court of the State of 
Maine. Adopted July, 1855. Hallowell: Masters, Smith A Co. 
Printers. 1859. 8yo. pp. 48. [6047 

The same. Maine Reports, 87: 569. 1855. 

Rules of the Supreme Judicial Court of the State of Maine. With 

notes of decisions. 

To the end that it might be a government of laws, and not of men. 

Mass. Bill of Rights. 

Saco, Maine : Wm. S. Noyes & Co., Printers, 1874. 8vo. pp. 46. 

[6048 

The same. Portland, Me.: Printed by William M. Marks. 1881. 

8yo. pp. 45. [6049 

Reprinted in Maine Reports, 72: 506, and In Spanldlng, J. W., Practice, 600. 

Chancery Rules of the Supreme Judicial Court of the State of 
Maine, adopted at general law term. May, 1890, to go into effect 
January 1, 1891. Maine Reports, 82: 594. [6050 

Rules and Orders of the District Court of the State of ' Maine. 
Middle district. Augusta: William R. Smith <fe Co., Printers 
1844. 12mo. pp. 17. ^ [6051 

Rules and Orders of the Superior Court, Cumberland County, at 
Portland, September Term. 1868. [6052 

Reprinted in Spanlding, J. W., Practice, 608. 

Rules and Orders of the Superior Court, Kennebec County. At 
Augusta, April Term, 1878. [6053 

Reprinted in Spanldlng, J. W., Practice, 613. 

Town Officer. Powers and duties. 1822. See O'Brien, J. M. 

Towns and Town Officers. Treatise on their authority and duties. 
1880. See Bolster, W. W. 

Townsman, Maine. 1844. See Lord, John P. 

Townsman, Maine. 1858. See Kingsbury, B. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 58 

THE PBOHIBITOBY OB MAIKB LAW. 

See also Temperance. 

Letters from Professor Stuart of Andover, Lucius M. Sargent, 
Esq., of Boston, Gen. Cocke, of Yirginia, and Key. Justin Ed- 
wards, D. D. on the Maine liquor law, addressed to the editor of 
the Temperance Journal. *^ Veritas prtelabitur. ''^ New York: 
American Temperance Union. 1851. 8vo. pp. 16. [6054 

The Maine Law: its constitutionality, successful operations and 
general acceptance. Also, temperance organization and plan of 
operations in Massachusetts in favor of the enactment of such a 
law in this state. Headquarters, Ko. 9, State Street, Boston. 
Boston: Printed and Published by George C. Rand, No. 3 Corn- 
hill. 1851. 8vo. pp. 18. [6055 

Lecture upon. 1852. See Love joy, J. 0. 

Review of Lovejoy*s lecture. 1852. See Fessenden, Samuel 0. 

The Law Vindicated. 1852. See Davis, Woodbury. 

The Law of Maine and the Law of God. Also a review of Love- 
Joy's lecture on prohibitory laws in regard to the use of intoxi- 
cating drinks. By a Massachusetts clergyman. Published by 
the Young Men's Total Abstinence Society. Boston: Press of 
J. B. Chishohn, 5 Water Street. 8vo. pp.31. [6056 

Resurrection of the Blue Laws; or Maine reform in temperance 
doses, by a primitive Washingtonian. 5th ed. Boston: 1852. 
8vo. [6057 

Discourse in behalf of the Maine Law. 1852. See Barnes, Albert. 

Letter upon its workings. 1852. See Pond, Enoch. 

Maine Liquor Law. Dem. Rev. 30: 271, 440. (1852.) [6058 

Liquor Legislation. Dem. Rev. 30: 530. (1852.) [6059 

Operation of, in Portland. 1852. See Dow, Neal. 

The Maine Liquor Law, with an introduction and an appendix on 
its practical working. By a citizen of Maine. Montreal: 1852. 
16mo. pp. 36. [6060 

Truth for the People. The provisions and exactions of the Maine 
liquor law proved to be in conflict with the commands and pre- 
cepts of the Old and New Testaments; and opposed to the uni- 
versal practice of all nations. By a citizen of Maine. 

** Every crealare of Qod U good, and nothing to be ref ased, if It be re- 
ceived with thankagivlng. *' " I declare unto you the testimony of God. " 

St. Paul. 

n. p. 1853. [6061 

American Temperance Union. Appeal to the public from well 
authenticated results of the Maine law. New York. 1853. 8vo. 

[6062 



54 BIBLIOGBAPHT OF MAINE. 

Mains, Continued. 

The Maine Law. Its history and results. Tait's Mag. 20: 666. 
(1858.) [6068 

Speeches in opposition to the Maine law. 1863. See Lovejoy, J. C. 

The Maine Law a Fixed Fact 1864. See Dow, Neal. 

Lecture in defence of. 1864. See Hathaway, G. W. 

Neal Dow and the Maine Law. 1855. See Cole, H. G. 

Practical Effects of the Law. 1855. See Farewell, A. 

The Maine Law in the Balance. 1865. See Payson, Edward. 

Documentary History of the Maine law. New York: Published by 
Hall & Brother. 1856. 8yo. pp. 128. [6064 

Maine Legion Law Movement Tait's Mag. 22: 428. (1866.) [6066 

Origin, history, etc. 1856. See Glubb, Henry S. 

Maine Law, account of. 1866. See Marsh, John. 

Maine Legion Law as it now stands, with a brief history of prohi- 
bition in Maine. Skowhegan. Smith & Noyes. 1879. [6066 

Prohibitory Legislation. 1882. See Dow, Neal. 

Exposure of the result of thirty years' effort. 1882. See English, 
Thomas Dunn. 

Prohibition and Persuasion. 1884. See Dow, Neal. 

High License and Prohibition. 1884. See Steams, J. N. 

Origin of the Law. 1886. See Appleton, D. F. 

The Effectiveness of Prohibition. 1887. See Dow, Neal. 

The Outlook for Prohibition. 1888. See Dow, Neal. 

Prohibitory Law and Personal Liberty. 1888. See Dow, Neal. 

MBDICAL AKD 8ANITABT. 

Homodopathic Medical Society. See Maine State Homooopathic Medi- 
cal Society. 

Maine Ear and Eye Infirmary. Annual reports. 1886-00. 

Maine General Hospital. A sketch of the Maine General Hospital. 
1872. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1872. 8vo. pp. 16. (2 
engravings.) [6067 

Maine General Hospital. Annual Reports. 1880-90. 

Maine. Abstract of the health laws of the State. 1890. [6068 

Medical School of Maine. See Bowdoin College. 

Medical Society of Maine. See Maine Medical Society Transactions* 

Pharmacy, Commissioners of . Annual reports. 1877-90. ^feeMidne; 
Public Documents. 

Small Pox in Maine. (1885.) See Fogg, John, S. H. 



-1 



BIBLIOOBAPHY OF MAINE. 55 

Spotted Feyer in Maine. 1819. See Spotted Fever. 

State Board of Health. Annual reports. 1860-90. See Depart- 
ments of Education and Supervision, Maine; Public Documents. 

MILITABY. 

An Act to organize, govern and discipline the militia of the State 
of Maine. Passed Maroh 21, 1821. With the several acts in addi- 
tion thereto. Passed Feb. 11, 1828, & Feb. 25, 1824. Published 
under the dir ection of the Adjutant-general. Portland : Printed 
by Todd A Smith. 1824. 16mo. pp. 84. [6069 

Adjutant-general. Annual reports of. 1820-91. See executive, 
legislative, and judicial departments. 

Amold^s Expedition through Maine to Quebec. 1776. See Arnold, 
Benedict. 

Defences of the North Eastern Frontier. 1864. See Poor, John A. 

Forces in Maine. 1689. See Andros, Sir Edmund. 

King Philip's War in Maine. 1676. See Waldron, Richard; Bodge, 
Oeorge M. 

The same. N. E. Reg. 7:98. (1868.) [6070 

Military and Naval Orphan Asylum, Bath. Annual reports of. 
1869^91. See Maine Institutions. 

Military History during the Rebellion. 1861-66. See Rebellion. 

North Eastern Boundary Troubles. 1839. See Aroostook War; 
Boundaries. 

Penobscot Expedition. 1779. See Castine. 

Regiments and Soldiers in Rebellion. Histories and Reunions. See 
Rebellion. 

Revolution. Military Operations in Maine during. See Kidder, 
Frederic. 

Maine Pension Roll. n. d. n. p. (Washington, 1886.) 8vo. pp. 166. 

[6071 

Pensioners in Maine. 1877. 5ee Me. Biog. 2:98. (1877.) [6072 
War in, and in Acadia. 1689. See Winsor, Justin. 

KATUBAL HISTOBY. 

Birds of Maine, catalogues of. 1862. See Hitchcock, Charles H. 

Butterflies of Maine. 1884. See Femald, Charles H. 

Clio Borealis on coast of. 1869. See Wood, William. 

Dredging in Gulf of. See Packard, A. S., Jr. 

Fishing in Maine. 1888. See Prouty, Lorenzo. 

Fungi, decades of. 1869. See Cooke, M. C. 

Grasses of. 1886. See Femald, Charles H. 



56 BIBLIOOSAPHT OF MAINE. 

Mains, Continued. 

Inseota, coleopterous, new specleB of. 1838. See Randall, John W. 
Mammals of Maine, catalogue. 1802. See Hitchcock, Charles H. 
Marine, fluiable and terrestrial of 1844. See Mighells, John W. 
Orthoptera of Maine. 1869. See Smith, Sidney I. 

Oyster Beds in the Gulf of, and their history. 1881. See Ingersoll, 

Bmest. 
Plants, flowering, catalogue of. 1862. SeeGoodale, George L. 
Polyzoa, fresh water, occurring in Maine. 1869. See Hyatt, A. 

Pulmonifera, terrestrial, . obserrations on. 1864. See Moore, Ed- 
ward S. 

Report, preliminary, on natural history of Maine. 1861. See 
Holmes, £. 

Salmon Fishing in Maine. 1869. See Hamlin, Augustus C. 

Salmon Spawn in Maine, collection of. Harp. Mag 49: 29. (1874.) 

[6073 
Salmonide in. 1866. See Hamlin, Augustus C. 

SalmonidsB in Eastern Maine. 1874. See Lanman, Chai*les. 

Scallop, giant, flsheiy of Maine. 1889. See Smith, Hugh M. 

Shells of the Coast. In Tryer, George W., American Marine Con- 

chology. Philadelphia, n. d. 
Weeds and Plants of Maine. 1874. See Scribner, T. Lamson. 
Wild Horses of. 1870. See Johnston, John. 

POLITICAI*, AND POLITICAL PABTISB. 

Address to inhabitants of Maine, on legal reform. 1805. See 
Address. 

Address to people by members of Congress. 1820. See Address. 

Address of Democratic members of Congress. See Address. 

Anti-Slavery Cause in, history of. 1886. See Willey, Austin. 

Anti-Slavery Conventions. 1839, 1840. See Anti-Slavery. 

Brief Sketch of parties, the American and British, as connected 
with the American system, with an account of the extraordinary 
doings of the Maine Legislature. Portland. 1831. 8vo. [6074 

Colored Race. Proceedings of convention of Maine Union in behalf 
of. Portland. 1838. iSfee Anti-Slavery. 

Contest on election of governor. 1879. See Garcelon, Alonzo. 

Contest on election of governor. 1879. See Godkin, £. L. 

Contest on election of governor. 1879. See Packard, Geo. T. 

Hale Report shown up by Gov. Garcelon and council. Augusta. 

1880. 
Letter to Whigs of. 1866. See Choate, Ruf us. 



BIBUOORAPHT OF MAINE. 57 

retition of inhabitants of. 1689. See Whitmore, W. H. 

To the Voters of Maine. By ** A Son of Maine.*' Mass., Aug. 23, 
1878. n. p. Svo. pp. 6. [6075 

BAILBOADS AND PUBLIC WOBKS. 

See Maine; Public Documents; railroad commissioners; also, 
Maine Central Railroad. 

Description of canals and railroads in Maine. 1848. See Tanner, 
H. S. 

Boston and Portland Railroad. Report of a committee of stock- 
holders of the Boston and Portland Railroad. Andoyer, 1849. 
8vo. pp.7. [6076 

Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts Railroad Corporation, 
n. d. n. p. 16mo. pp. 24. [6077 

Memorial for communication with the St. Lawrence. 1854. See 
Poor, John A. 

Railroad Laws and Charters of. 1851. See Gregg, W. P. 

Railroad Laws and Charters of. 1876. See Webb, Edmund F. 

Railroads of. 1885. See Lapham, W. B. 

PUBLIC DOCUMENTS, EXECUTIVE, LEGISLATIVE AND JUDICIAL DE- 

PABTMBNT8. 
BXBOUTIYS DBPABTMBKT. 

Council Documents, 1828^2. — Containing the annual reports of 

public officers and institutions, 1827-31. Collected and bound into 

volumes, without title page, by secretary of state. 

By Resolve of 1843, chapter 1, the legislature ordered and directed that 
twenty copies of every document printed by order of either House or Senate 
be preserved and bound for the use of the Legislature. 

Public Documents: 1883-01, containing the reports of the various 
departments: Maine Register; Legislative Manual; Maine State 
Year Book; Govemor^s messages, — annual and biennial; — Regis- 
ter of executive department; Register of House and Senate and 
many special reports, and also the legislative documents to 1867. 

The following reports of departments and institutions are found in 
the public documents from 1833 to 1891 when not otherwise indi- 
cated, and were also issued in the form of individual reports from 
date of the first report of each department up to the present 
time: 

BXPOBTS OF TBB BXBOUTIVB OFFICEBS AKD DBPABTMEITTS. 

Adjutant-general. — Constitutional office; (see Constitution, article 
7.) Required to report to the president of the United States and 
State L^slature. Annual reports, 1820-91. 1837 and 1862-66 not 
in public documents. 



58 BIBLIOOBAFHT OF MAINE. 

Maiitb, Continued. 

Attorney-general. — Constitational office: {aee Constitation, article 
9, section 11.) Annnal reports, 1840-91. 1841-68 and 1886, 1888, 
1889 not printed. 

Secretary of State. —Constitutional office: (tee Constitution, article 
6, part 8.) £x-offlcio state librarian, 1820^. 

Treasurer. — Constitutional office: (tee Constitution, article 5, part 
4.) To report annually to Legislature. (Public Laws, 1822, 
chapter 188. Annual reports. (1820-91.) (1827-31) in council docu- 
ments. 1859, report by investigating committee. No treasurer's 
report 

DBPABTMXNTS OF XDUOATIQ]! AXU BUPKBYUIIOir. 

Agent Passamaquoddy Indians. — Office created by public laws, 1821, 
chapter 176. Annual reports. 1880-91. 1863, 1868, 1871, not in 
public documents. Probably not printed. 

Agent Penobscot Indians. — Office created by public laws, 1821, 
chapter 176. Annual reports, 1860-91. 1868, 1868, 1871, not in 
public documents. Probably not printed. 

Bank Commissioners (State banks.) — Office established by public 
laws, 1827, chapter 364. Annual reports, 1827-67. 1827-31, in 
council documents. 

Bank Examiner, (Savings banks, trust companies, etc.) — Office es- 
tablished by public laws, 1868, chapter 220. Annual reports, 
1868-91. 

Board of Agriculture. — ^Established by public laws, 1862, chapter 
274. Reports, (1st series), 1862-66. Reorganized and made de- 
partment, public laws, 1866, chapter 239. Reports, (2nd series), 
1866-91. No report in 1879. 

State Pomological Society. — Incorporated by special laws, 1873, 
chapter 297. Annual reports, 1873-90. Found in agricultural re- 
ports. 

Board of Education. — ^Established by public laws, 1846, chapter 
196. Annual reports, 1847-62. Merged in commissioners of com- 
mon schools. 

Board of Health. — Office established by public laws, 1886, chapter 
286. Annual reports, 1886-91. 

' Board of Immigration. — ^Established by public laws, 1870, chapter 
173. Annual reports, 1870-73. Swedish immigration, flee Public 
Laws, 1873, chapter 88. 

Board of State Assessors.— Established by public laws, 1891, chapter 
103. Annual report, 1891. 

Bureau of Industrial and Labor Statistics. — Office established by 
public laws, 1887, chapter 69. Annual reports, 1887-91. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 59 

Commissioners of Common Schools. — Established by public laws, 
1852, chapter 208. No report. Office merged in superintendent 
common schools. 

Commissioners of Fisheries. — Office established by resolves, 1867, 
chapter 78. Ajinual reports, 1867-80. 

Commissioners of Fisheries and Game. — Office established by public 
laws, 1880 chapter 208. Annual reports, 1880-90. 

Commissioners of Pharmacy. — ^Established by public laws, 1877, 
chapter 204. Reports, 1877, 1888, 1884, 1889 and 1890. 

Forest Commission. — ^Established by public laws, 1891, chapter 100. 
Annual report, 1891. Duties performed by land agent. 

Inspectors of Steamboats. — Office established by public laws, 1874, 
chapter 172. Reports, 1874, 1889 and 1890. 

Insurance Examiner. — ^Established by public laws, 1868, chapter 
220. Annual report, 1868-69, with bank examiner's report. 
Merged in office of insurance commissioner. 

Insurance Commissioner. — Separate department, established by 
public laws, 1870, chapter 156. Annual reports, 1870-91. 

Land Agent— Office established by public laws, 1828, chapter 898. 
Annual reports, 1882-91. 1884, 1887 and 1842 not in public docu- 
ments. 

Liquor Commissioner. — ^Established by public laws, 1862, chapter 
180. Published reports, 1862-69, 1878 and 1886. 

Railroad Commissioners. — Office established by public laws, 1858, 
chapter 36. Annual reports, consisting of abstract of returns, 
1858^. Annual reports, with abstract, 1868 to 1891. 

State Librarian. — Office established by public laws, 1861, chapter 25. 
Annual reports, 1861-81. Biennial reports, 1882-88. No report 
for 1880-90. 

State of Maine Cattle Commissioners. — Established by public laws, 
1887, chapter 188. Annual reports, 1887-91. 

Superintendent of Common Schools. — Office established by public 
laws, 1854, chapter 89. Annual reports, 1854-91. 

BSNKVOLBlfT, KOUOATIOlfAL AKD IWFOBMATORY IK8TITUTIOK8. 

Industrial School for Girls, Hallowell, Maine. — Incorporated by 
special laws, 1872, chapter 188. Annual reports, 1875-91. 

Insane Hospital, Augusta, Maine.— i8ee Resolves, 1884, chapter 
58: 1886, chapter 80: 1840, chapter 82. Annual reports, 1840-91. 

Military and Naval Orphan Asylum, Bath, Maine. — Incorporated 
by special laws, 1886, chapter 168. Annual reports, 1868-91. 
1868-71 not in public documents. Probably not printed. 



60 BIBLIOORAPHY OF MAINE. 

Maihb, Continued, 

State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, Orono, Me. — 
ProYisionsLlly endowed by Act of Congress, July 2, 1862. Ac- 
cepted by the Legislature by resolTe, 1863, chapter 276. Estab- 
lished by public laws, 1866, chapter 682. First college term 
opened Sept 21, 1867. Annual reports, (trustees and officers), 
1867-02. 1867 and 1868 not in public documents. Probably not 
printed. 

Agricultural Experiment Station. — Established by public laws, 
1886, chapter 204. Annual reports, 1886-02. 

Eastern State Normal School, Castine, Maine. — Established by pub- 
lic laws, 1868, chapter 210. 

Gtorham Normal School.—Established by public laws, 1878, chapter 
44. 

Western State Normal School, Farmington, Maine.— Established 
by public laws, 1863, chapter 210. 

Madawaska Training School, Madawaska, Maine. — ^Established by 
special laws, 1878, chapter 86. 

State Prison, Thomaston, Mc—Established by public laws, 1823, 
chapter 226. Annual reports, 1820-01. 1820-31 in council docu- 
ments. 

Reform School, Cape Elizabeth, Maine. (For boys only.) — Estab- 
lished by public laws, 1863, chapter 10. Annual reports, 1864-01. 

LEGISLATIVE DEPARTXEKT. 

House of Representatiyes. — Journal, 1866-01. (Annual to 1881, then 
biennial.) Hallowell and Augusta, 1866-01. 28 volumes. Not 
printed in 1860, 1862, 1863 and 1864. 

Senate Journal.— 1864-01. (Annual to 1881, then biennial.) Au- 
gusta, 1864-01. 30 volumes. Not printed in 1866, 1850 and 1862. 

Legislative Documents. — 1820-01. 1830-68 In public documents, 
then individually. House or Senate. For each session of legis- 
lature. 

I^ate, Bach contains acts, resolutions, orders, reports of special com- 
mittees, etc., bound in chronological order. 

RELIGIOUS. 

See headings of different denominations. 

Baptist Interest in Maine. 1840. See Babcock, Rufus. 

Baptist Denomination in Maine; historical sketch. Bapt. Mem. 
and Chron. 363. (1843.) [6078 

Baptists in, history of. 1846. See Millet, Joshua. 

Capuchins in. See Capuchins, and Shea, John 6. 

Catholic Church in. (1886.) See Shea. John G. 



BIBLIOOBAPHY OF MAmS. 61 

Catholic Missions in. (1831.) See Lincoln, Enoch. 

Catholic Missions in. From 1613 to 1854. See Sherwood, R. H. 

Congregational Ministers in. 1842. See Gillet, E. 

Congregational Ministers and Churches in. 1672-1867. See Duren, 
E. F. 

Congregational Ministers and Churches in. 1868-76. See Duren, 

E. F. 
Congregationalists in, history of. 1837. See Freeman, Charles. 

Early Churches in. (1881.) See Rich, Marshall H. 

Eastern Counties, state of religion in. 1796. See Lincoln, Benjamin. 

Ecclesiastical Sketches in. 1821. ^See Greenleaf, Jonathan. 

Episcopal Church in, history of. 1859. See Ballard, Edward. 

Episcopal Churchy papers relating to its Maine history. 1873. See 
Perry, W. S. 

Jesuit Missions in. (1873.) See Kip, WilUam I. 

Lutheran Church in. (1840.) See Williamson, W. D. 

Lutheran Church in. (1859.) See Pohlman, H. N. 

Maine as a Field for Religious Enterprise. 1837. See Pearl, Cyril. 

Methodism, history of in. 1793-1836. See Allen, Stephen. 

Missionary Towns in. 1796-98. See Coffin, Paul. 

Presbyterianism in, before 1780. See Porter, J. W. 

Presbyterianism in. 1846. See Freeman, Charles. 

Presbytery in, 1788. See Presbytery at Eastward. 

Religious Denominations in, at close of Revolution. (1876.) See 
Williamson, W. D. 

Sunday-schools. See Sabbath-schools. 

Universalism in. 1830. See Whlttemore, Thomas. 

Universalism in, prior to 1820. See Titus, Anson, Jr. 

SBPABATION FBOM MASSACHIJ8ETTB. 

Proceedings of two conventions held in Portland, to consider the 
exi>ediency of a separate government in the district of Maine. 
Collected from the original files and records. 1785-86. Mass. 
Hist. Soc. CoU. 4: 25. (1795.) [6079 

Address upon, 1791. See Addresses. 

Address upon the subject. 1792. See Davis, Daniel. 

Address of the convention assembled at Portland on the third 
Wednesday of June, 1794. (Circular.) Dated Portland, June 
20, 1794. [6080 

Address from York, Cumberland and Lincoln Counties on. 1795. 
See Address. 



62 BIBLIOGBAPHT OF MAINE. 

Haihs, Continued. 

The Seyenteenth Jewel of the United States of America, Bhining 
in its meridian splendor, in the latitade and longitude of the in- 
tended State of Maine, n. p. 1797. 12mo. pp. 36. [6081 

Early Movements concerning. (1889.) See Chapman, Henry L. 

Memorial conoeming. 1810. See Hill, Mark L., and others. 

Proceedings of a convention of delegates held at Brunswick, Me. 
1816. n. p. 8vo. pp. .16. [6082 

Journal of the Brunswick convention. 1816. See Smith, Gamaliel 

E. 
Account of the Brunswick convention. 1816. See Chapman, 

Henry L. 

Minutes of the Brunswick convention. 1816. See Allen, William. 

Address to the people on separation. 1816. See Orr, Ben]., and 
Lewis, A. 

Review of the act of separation. 1816. See Rand, Benjamin. 

Appeal to the people of Maine on the question. 1816. See Appeal. 

Circular inviting attention to the subject. Dated Augusta, De- 
cember, 1818. Signed by John Chandler, Tim. Boutelle, James 
Bridge, Nathan Cutler, E. T. Warren, Reuel Williams. [6083 

Address to the people from York, Cumberland, and Lincoln Coun- 
ties. 1819. See Addresses. 

Rules to be observed in the proceedings of the convention con- 
vened at Portland, for the purpose of forming a constitution of 
the new State, October, 1819. Portland: Printed by Francis 
Douglas. 1819. 12mo. pp. 17. [6084 

To the People of Maine. Fellow Citizens! Broadside. [0086 

It Is stated In the last paragraph of the two columns, that '* the forego- 
ing statements of facts having been laid before the members of the Legis- 
latnre from Maine, friendly to the separation from Massaohnsetts proper, 
it was nnanimoasly voted, that the same be signed by the chairman and 
secretary of the meeting, and a suitable number of copies published and 
forwarded to their constituents. " Signed by John Chandler, chairman, 
Samuel E. Smith, secretary. Boston, June 18, 1819. 

Report of the constitutional convention. 1819. See Perley, Jere- 
miah. 

Journal of the constitutional convention of the district of Maine: 
with the articles of separation, and Governor Brooks's proclama- 
tion prefixed. 1819-20. Augusta: Fuller and Fuller, Printers to 
the State. 1866. 8 vo. pp. 112. [6086 

Address to the people of Maine by the constitutional convention. 
1819. See Addresses. 

Separation of Maine. Niles' Reg. 16: 294. (1819.) [6087 

Separation of Maine. Niles' Reg. 17: 8, 99. (1819.) [6088 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 63 

Address to the people of Maine by their members of Congress. 
1820. See Addresses. 

District of Maine. Representation of the members of the House 
of Representatives, from that part of Massachusetts hitherto 
known as the district of Maine. Kiles* Reg. 18: 7. (1820.) 

[6089 

Signed: John HolmeB, M. Kinsley Mark L. Hill, Junes Fisrker, JoshQA 
Cnshman, BMkiel Whitman. 

Maine and Massachusetts: their union and separation. 1878. See 
Aldrich, P. E. 

STATISTICAL. 

Aggregate Amount of each description of persons within the dis- 
trict of Maine, n. p. (Washington.) 1811. [6000 

Bureau of Industrial and Labor Statistics. Annual reports, 1887-01. 
See Maine ; Departments of Education and Supervision. 

(An) Estimate of the inhabitants, English and Indian, on the North 
American colonies, also extent in miles. 1726. ,N. E. Reg. 20: 7. 
(1866.) [6001 

Province of Bialne. Inhabitants about four thousand. 

Census of the several towns, plantations and other places in the 
state of Maine for the years 1820 and 1830. Portland: Todd & 
Holden. Printers to the State. 1831. 16mo. pp. 16. [6092 

Commercial Interest of. 1852. See Moore, Geo. B. 

Industrial Statistics of. 1886. 8ee Maine; Departments of Educa- 
tion and Supervision. 

Maine. Its early history — physical aspect — ^agricultural and mineral 
resources — commerce — manufactures — government — finances — 
population — schools, colleges, &c., &c. De Bow^s Review, n. s. 
5:603. (1844.) v^^i^t- c -i. ffl098 

Pamphlet on. 1885. See McGleery, C. L. 

Report on population, resources, <ftc., 1860. See Poor, John A. 

Resources of. 1883. See Boardman, S. L. 

Sheep and Manufacturers in. 1837. See Benton, C. 

Statistics and Political Economy of. 1820. See Greenleaf, Moses. 

Statistics of. 1844. See Felt, Jos. B. 

Statistics of . Vital. 1864. 5ee Willis, WiUiam. 

Statistics of. 1869. See Poor, John A. 

Statistics of. 1869. Am. Jour. Ed. 18: 353. (1869.) [6094 

The above Is a portion of an article entitled ** States and Territories In 
Which Is Given the Statistios of the Different Stetes." 

Statistical View of. 1816. See Greenleaf, Moses. 
Survey of. 1829. See Greenleaf, Moses. 



64 BIBLIOGUAPHT OF MAINE. 

Maikb, Continued, 

MI0CBLLANBOU8. 

Cftnadian French dialect spoken in; specimens. 1877. See Shel- 
don, Edward S. 

Donations from Maine to the suffering people of Boston under the 
port bill, 1874-75. K. E. Reg. 80: 374. (1876.) Bang. H. M. 6: 5. 
(1890.) [6095 

Lands, public; memorials concerning. 1857. See Poor, John A. 

Name of; its origin. (1875.) See Tuttle, C. W. 

Phenomena in. 1816. See Davis, J. 

Witchcraft in. 1864. See Thornton, J. W. 

Maine Aijiakack and Rxoisteb, for the year of our Lord 1805: 
being the first year after bissextile, or leap year, and the twenty 
ninth year of American Independence. Calculated for the merid- 
ian of Portland, in latitude 4dd., 34 m. north, and longitude 70d. 
6m. west of London. Particularly adapted to the district of 
Maine. * 

" And Reason now through number, time and space, 

Darts the keen lustre of her serious eye. 

And learns from ftets compar'd, the laws to trace, 

Whose long progression leads to Deity. 

Can mortal strength presume to soar so high, 

Can mortal sight, so oft! bedim*d with tears, 

Such glory bear, — For lo, the shadovrs fly 

From nature's face; confusion disappears, 

And order charms the eyes, and harmony the ears." 

Portland: Printed by Jenks & Shirley, for Thomas Clark, pro- 
prietor. For sale by him at his bookstore, nearly opposite the 
Insurance offices, Fish-Street. (Price 6 Dolls, a Groce. 62 1-2 Cts. 
a Dozen. 8 Cts. single.) 12mo. n. pp. (pp. 84.) [6096 

Sixteen pages comprise a Maine Register. 

Maine Central Railroad. 

Copies of the Maine Central Railroad Company^s leases and con- 
tracts. Portland: Berry, Printer. 1872. 8vo. pp. 32. [6097 

Maine Central Railroad and its System. Bang. H. M. 1: 192. (1886.) 

[6098 
Maine Farmer's Almanac. 1819-90. See Almanacs. 

The First Annual Meeting of the contributors to the Maine Farmer's 
Almanac, at Hallowell, on the second day of June, 1880. Re- 
ported by Daniel R. Wing, of the Waterville Mail. Augusta: 
Press of the Maine Farmer's Almanac, 1881. 12mo. pp. 24. [6099 

The Second Annual meeting of the contributors to the Maine 

Farmer's Almanac, at Hallowell, on the 17th of June, A. D. 1881. 
Reported by Daniel R. Wing, of the Waterville Mail. Augusta: 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 65 

Press of the Maine Farmer^s Almanac. 1881. l2ino. pp. 55. (1 

illus.) [6100 

Cuntains historical addreaa, by Daniel R. Wing, (R. D. W.) embracing 
biographical sketch of Daniel Robinson. Obituary of Col. Andrew Masters, 
of Hallowell. 

-The Third Annual Meeting of tlie contributors to the Maine 
Farmer* s Almanac, at Augusta, on the eleventh day of October, 
1882. ; Reported by Daniel R. Wing, of the Waterville Mail. 
Augusta: Press of the Maine Farmer^s Almanac. 1884. 12mo. 
pp. 44. [6101 

-The Fourth Annual Meeting of the contributors to the Maine 
Farmer's Almanac, at Augusta, on the thirteenth day of June, 
1883. Reported by Daniel R. Wing, of the Waterville Mail. 
Augusta: Press of the Maine Farmer's Almanac. 1884. 12mo. 
pp. 45-112. [6102 

Contains obituary of James Adams, of Dayton. 

-The Fifth Annual Meeting of the contributors to the Maine Farmer's 
Almanac, at Augusta, on the eleventh day of June, 1884. Re- 
ported by Daniel R. Wing, of the Watei*ville Mail. Augusta: 
Press of the Maine Farmer's Almanac. 1885. 12mo. pp. 56. (1 
illus.) [6103 

-The Sixth Annual Meeting of the contributors to the Maine Farmer's 

Almanac, at Augusta, on the tenth day of June, 1885. Reported 

by Daniel R. Wing, of the Waterville Mail. Augusta: Press of 

the Maine Farmer's Almanac. 1885; 12mo. pp. 55. (2 illus.) 

[6104 
Contains obituary of Mrs. Julia Barker Crane, of Exeter, by Hon. Noah 
Barker. 

-The Seventh Annual Meeting of the contributors to the Maine 

Farmer's Almanac, at Augusta, on the ninth day of June, 1886. 

Reported by Dr. Wm. McDavid, of Augusta. Augusta: Press of 

the Maine Farmer's Almanac. 1887. 12mo. pp. 63, (1). (2 illus.) 

[6105 
Contains obituary of Daniel Ripley |Wing, of Waterville, by Hon. J. H . 
Drummond. 

-The Eighth Annual Meeting of the contributors to the Maine Far- 
mer's Almanac, at Augusta, on the twenty-seventh day of July, 
A. D. 1887. Reported by Dr. Wm. McDavid, of Augusta. Au- 
gusta: Press of the Maine Farmer's Almanac. 1887. 12mo. pp. 
65-111. (1.) (2 illus.) [6106 

-The Ninth Annual Meeting of the contributors to the Maine Far- 
mer's Almanac, at Augusta, on the twenty-seventh day of June, 
A. D., 1888. Reported by Dr. Wm. McDavid, of Augusta. Au- 
gusta: Press of the Maine Farmer's Almanac, 1889. 12mo. pp. 

106. [6107 

Contains obituaries of Noah Barker, of Bedgwick, by Noah Barker of £x- 
eUr, and of Justin E. Smith, of Hallowell. 

6« 



66 BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

Mah^e Farmbr^s Almakac, Continued, 

The Tenth Annual Meeting of the contrihutors to the Maine Far- 
mer's Almanac, at Augusta, on the twenty-sixth day of June, 
A. D., 1889. Reported by Dr. Wm. McDavid, of Augusta. Au- 
gusta: Press of Chas. E. Nash. 1890. 12mo. pp. 81. [6108 

Contains obituaries of Hon. Noah Barker, of Exeter, and of Hobart W. 
RiotaardaoD, of Portland, by Hon. 3. H. Drummond. 

Maiits Genbalogical and BiooRAPHicAii Society. Instituted 1875. 

Its Aims and Purposes. 1875. See North, J. W. 

Organization of . Me. Gen. Biog. 1:29. (1875.) [6109 

Maiice Genealogical Society. 

By-laws, officers and members, 1886. Me. Hist. & Gen. Rec. 3: 212. 

(1886.) [6110 
By-Laws of the Maine Genealogical Society, Portland, Maine. 

Adopted April 16, 1889. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 

1889. 12mo. pp. 12. [6111 

Maine Historical Society. Collections of the Maine Historical So- 
ciety, First series. Vols. I to IX inclusive. 
Vol.1. Portland: Printed by Day, Fraser & Company, Exchange 
Street. 1881. 8vo. pp. viii, 416. [6112 

ContentM: Introdnctory Remarks. Acts of Incorporation of the society. 
By-laws and regulations. Members of the society. Officers of the society. 
Article I: History of Portland, Part I, with an appendix containing ancient 
documents, by William Willis. II. An Account of Limerick, by Charles 
Freeman. III. An Account of Wells, by Jeremiah Hubbard and Jonathan 
Greenleaf . IV. Extracts from the early records of the Province of Maine. 
V. Depositions of George Cleeves and others, concerning the miscarriages 
of Robert Nash on the coast of Maine. VI. The Submission of the inhabi- 
tants of Black Point, Blue Point, and Falmouth, to the jurisdiction of Massa- 
chusetts, July, 1868. VII. Petition of Edward Gtodfrey to the government of 
Ifassachusetts, 18M. VIII. A Petition from the inhabitants of York, Kittery, 
Saco, Wells and Cape Porpus, to Oliver Cromwell, August 12, 1866. IX. A 
Letter to John Endicott, governor of Massachusett8,from Edward Rlshworth, 
August 14, 1668. X. A Letter from J. Curwine, in 1663, from London, about the 
the affairs of New England. XI. A Petition from the inhabitants of the 
province of Maine to King Charles II, about 1680. XII. The Late Gov. Lin- 
coln's MSS. Papers. Preparatory and Biographical Notices. Remarks on the 
Indian languages. Account of the Catholic missions in Maine. XIII. Let- 
ters written while on an expedition across the state of Blaine to attack Que- 
bec, in 1776, by Col. Benedict Arnold ; with a journal of a tour from the St. 
Lawrence to the Kennebec, supposed to have been made by Col. Montresor, 
chief of the engineer department, about the year 1760. XIV. A Journal of 
the expedition to Quebec, in 1775, by William Allen. Appendix, I. Action— 
Cleeves v. Winter, 1640. II. Petition of Robert Jordan to Rigby's Court, 
1648,— Inventory of Trelawny*s estate, and decree. III. Judgment— Cleeves 
V. Winter, declaration and answer. IV. Lease— Sir Ferdinando Gorges to 
Cleeves and Tucker, 1637. Letters of Sir Ferdinando Gorges, Richard Vines, 
Rev. Thomas Jenner, George Cleeves and others, to Governor Winthrop and 
others, 1637-46, with fac-simile signatures. V. Extracts from John Jocelyn*s 
voyage. VI. Robert Jordan's Will. VII. Deed from Indian sagamores to 
George Munjoy, 1666. VIII. Deed from President Danforth to the trustees 
of Falmouth, 1684. IX. Papers relating to George Bramhall. 



BIBLIOORAPHY OF MAINE. 67 

-The same. Reprinted for the Society with corrections and addi- 
tions: William Willis, editor. Portland: Bailey & Noyes. 1885. 
8vo. pp. 566. [6113 

-Volume II. Portland: Published by the Society. 1847. 8yo. pp. 

vi, 303, (1). [6114 

ContaUt : Preface. I. Discourse before the society, at its annual meeting, 
Sept. 6, 1846, by Hon. George Folsom, of New York. II. Brief Narration of the 
original undertakings of plantations in America, by Sir Ferdinando Gorges, 
Kt., lord proprietor of the Province of Maine. III. A Voyage to New Eng- 
land, in 1623, by Christopher Levett, Esq. IV. Annals of Bakerstown, 
Poland and Minot, by William Ladd, Esq. V. History of the seven Narra- 
gansett townships, by Charles Coffin, Esq. VI. Some Account of New Glouces- 
ter, by Isaac Parsons, Esq. VII. History of North Yarmouth, by Edward Rus- 
sell. VIII. The History of Bath, by Joseph Sewall, Esq. IX. Some Account of 
an ancient settlement on Sheepscot River, by Rev. Sam'l Johnson, with 
supplementary remarks, by William Willis. X. Account of Pemaquid, by 
Judge Groton. XI. Exertions of the O'Brien Family at Machias, in the 
American Revolution, by Capt. John O'Brien, of Brunswick. XII. Letter 
from Gen. Rufus Putnam to old Governor Bowdoin, in relation to Shay's 
rebellion. XIII. NoticeofWilllam Ladd, by William Willis. XIV. Deed from 
Ferdinando Gorges, Esq. to John Usher. XV. Deed from John Usher to 
the colony of Bfassachusetts Bay. XVI. Opinion of Richard West, counsel 
to the Board of Trade, as to the king's right to the woods in the Province of 
Maine. XVII. History of the Kennebec purchase, by Robert H. Gardiner. 
XVIII. Constitution and by-laws of the society, and list of officers and 
members. 

-Volume III. Portland: Published for the society. 1853. 8vo. pp. 
xvi, 447. (2 maps.) [6115 

ConUnU : By-Laws and regulations. Members of the society. Officers o f 
the society. Letter from J. W. Thornton. Article I. History of Scar- 
borough. II. History of Bunker Hill monument. III. A Contribution to 
the history of Bath. IV. An Account of Popham*8 colony at the mouth of 
the Kennebec River, by William Strachey, with an Introduction by Wm. S. 
Bartlei. V. Early Settlements of Sagadahock and on the Androsco ggin 
River. VI. Richard Wharton's Patent to land on the Androscoggin, 1686, 
with the depositions of John Reding and others. VII. Petition of Richard 
Frye to Gov. Belcher and the General Assembly of Massachufietts. VIII. 
Original Letter from Dr. Franklin, 1736. IX. Indian Troubles in Maine, 1702- 
M. X. A Memorial to the governor, etc., of Massachusetts, by Chief Justice 
Sewall, 1721. XI. uohn Gyles' Statement of the number of Indians in each 
tribe in 1726. XII. Indian Treaties: No. 1, 1717, at Georgetown, Maine; No. 
2, 1726, at Falmouth, Maine; No. 3, 1727, at Falmouth, Maine. 

-Volume IV. Portland: Published for the society. 1856. 8vo. pp. 
XV, 405, (6). [6116 

ConUnU: By-Laws and regulations. Members of the society. Officers of 
the society. Article I. Address at Augusta before a special meeting of tbe 
society, February 2, 186fi, by William Willis. II. Sandy River Settlement, 
by William Allen. III. Jones's Eddy on tbe Kennebec, by R. H. Gardiner. 
IV. Letter from Gen. Washington to Gen. Knox, 1789, with an account of 
the first woolen manufaotory established in the United States, by Augustus 
C. Bobbins. V. Bishop Burgess's Address at the annual meeting, 1864. VI. 
The Language of the Abnaquies or Eastern Indians, by William Willis. 
VII. Indian Treaties: at Deerfleld, Mass.; at Falmouth, Me.; at St. George's 
Fort, Me. VIII. Appendix to the language of the Abnaquies, by C. E. Porter. 



68 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Maine Historical Society, Continued. 

IX. Memorial of Ktttery, 1751. X. Ancient Settlement at Staeepsoot, by 
Rev. David Cushman, and appendix, by William Willis. XI. Memoir and 
JournalB of Rev. Paul Coffin, D. D., of Buxton, Me. 1, Memoir. 2. Journal 
of a tour from Wells to the Connecticut River. 1760. 3. Journal of a tonr to 
Rhode Island, 1761 ; 4. Journal of a tour from Buxton to Piggwacket, 1768. 
6. Journal of a tour from Buxton to Hanover, N. H., 1795; 6-9. Journals of 
eastern missions, 1796, 1797, 1798, 1799, 1800. XII. Bridget Phillip's Letter to 
Edward Rish worth, 1684. Errata to language of the Abnaqules. Errata to 
Coffin's memoir. 

Volume V. Portland: Published for the society. 1857. 8vo. pp. 

Ixviii, (4), vii, 450. [6117 

Cantenta: Members of the society. Officers of the society. Article I. 
Inaugural Address, by the president of the society, containing biographical 
notices of former presidents: Judge Mellen, Stephen Longfellow, Gov. 
Parrifl, Rev. William Allen, Rev. Dr. Nichols; Early Churches and Ministers 
in Maine, and aged ministers; Notice of Robert H. Gardiner. II. Pemaquid 
Papers, from original documents in the State Department of New York. III. 
Ancient Pemaquid, An Historical Review, by J. Wingate Thornton. IV. 
Remarks on the voyage of George Waymouth, to the coast of Maine, in 1605, 
By John McKeen. V. A Letter from George Popham, president of the Saga- 
dahoc colony, to King James I., Dec. 13, 1607. VI. Governor Pownall's 
Journal of his voj'^age from Boston to Penobscot River, May 1759, with notes 
by Joseph Williamson. VII. Answer of the agents of Massachusetts to the 
complaints of Sir Edmund Andros, 1688. VIII. Some Account of the German 
settlement in Waldoborough, by Rev. Mr. Starman. IX. The Lithgow Family* 
Genealogical Notice. X. English Definitions of Indian terms, from Paul 
Dudley's Papers, 1720. XI. Bill of morality for Augusta, Maine. 1852-56. XIL 
Letter from Rev. Jacob Bailey in 1776, describing the destruction of Fal- 
mouth, Maine. 

Volume VI. Portland: Published for the society. 1859. 8vo. pp. 

xxiv, 435. [6118 

Contents: By-laws of the society. Officers for the year 1859-1860, and past 
officers. Resident Members, 1S59. Persons chosen resident Members who 
have left the state. Resident Members deceased. Corresponding Members. 
Article I. Scotch Irish Immigrations to Aiaine, and a summary history of 
Presbyterianlsm. An Address before the society, Jan. 27, 1858, by William 
Willis. II. The Early Lawyers of Lincoln and Kennebec Counties, by Frederic 
Allen. II. Memoir of Benjamin Vaugban, M. D., LL. D. By Robert H. Gar- 
diner. IV. Albert Gallatin— Autobiography— 1798. V. Castlne and the old 
coins found there, by Joseph Williamson. Origin of the Name— Baron de St. 
Castln — discovery of the Coins — description. VI. Remarks on old coins 
found at Portland, in 1849, and at Rlcbmonds Island in 1855, with a general 
notice of coins and coinage, by William Willis. VII. Memoir of the Rev. 
John Murray, first minister of the church la Boothbay, by Rev. A. G. Ver- 
milye. VIII. The Early History of the Protestant Episcopal Church In the 
diocese of Maine, by Edward Ballard, rector of St. Paul's church, Brunswick, 
Me. IX. The Abnakl Indians, by Eugene Vetromile, S. J., professor in the 
College of the Holy Cross, in Worcester, Mass.; with a brief memoir of Prof. 
Vetromile, by Rev. Edward Ballard. X. The Abnakl Indians, their treaties 
In 1713 and 1717, and a vocabulary; with an historical mtroductlon, by Fred- 
eric Kidder. XI. The Indians of Hudson Bay and their language; selected 
from UmfreviUe's ** Present Stote of Hudson's Bay," by William Willis. 
XII. Extracts from a memoir of M. de la Mothe Cadillac, 1092, concerning 
Acadia and New England ; from the archives of Paris, translated by James 
Robb, M. D., professor of chemistry, &c., In King's college, N. B. XIII. The 



BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 69 

voyage of Capt. George Waymouth to the coast of Maine, in 1606. An at- 
tempt to show that the islands and river now called St. George were those 
visited by Waymouth. By George Prince. XIV. Waymonth's voyage, by 
David Cushman. XV. General Waldo's Circular, m Germany, 1753; with an 
introduction by John L. Locke. XVI. The Certificate of Gen. Fownall on tak- 
ing possession of the Penobscot in 1769; with an introductory note, by Joseph 
Williamson. XVII. French neutrals in Maine; with a preliminary note by 
Joseph Williamson. XVIII. Oyster Shell Deposit on Damariscotta River, by 
Prof. P. A. Chadboume. XIX. Proceedings of the society for the year 1869; 
with obituary notices of deceased members, by William Willis. Meeting at 
Augusta, January 19— Deceased Members. Meeting at Portland, June 29— 
Notice of Stephen Thatcher. Meeting at Brunswick, Aug. 4— Notice of Hon. 
Joseph Dane— Notice of the Hon. Nathaniel Groton— Notice of the Rev. Dr. 
Nichols. XX. Eulogy on Parker Cleaveland, LL. D., late professor of 
chemistry, mineralogy and natural philosophy, at Bowdoin College, and cor- 
responding secretary of the Maine Historical Society, by Leonard Woods, 

D. D., president of Bowdoin College. With an appendix. 

-Volume VII. Bath: Published by the Society. 1876. 8vo. pp. 

viii, 405. (Catalogue of members) pp. 28. [6119 

CdntenU: I. Ancient Penobscot, or Panawanskek, by Hon. John E.Godfrey. 
II. Pilgrims of the Penobscot, by the same. III. Baron de St. Castln, by the 
same. IV. Castin the Younger, by the same. V. Bashaba and the Tarra- 
tines, by the same. VI. Garrison Houses; York County, by the late Hon. 

E. £. Bourne. VII. Journal of attack on the British forces, July, 1779, from 
the Nova Scotia Gazette. VIII. Pemaquld in its relation to our colonial 
history: Address by B. F. Hough, M. D., at the 267th anniversarj' of the 
landing of the Popham colony, August, 1874. IX. Materials for a History of 
Fort Halifax: from documents in the office of the secretary of state of 
Massachusetts, by Joseph Williamson. X. Proposed Province of New Ire- 
land, by the same. XI. Slavery in Maine, by the same. Xll. Religious De- 
nominations in Maine at the close of the Revolution ; from the papers of 
Wm. D. Williamson, by the same. XIII. Notices of the Powell family. Ex- 
tracts from manuscripts of T. D. Powell. XIV. Origin of Article VIII., 
Literature, in the constitution of Maine, by Hon. S. P. Benson. XV. 
Cham plain's Voyages, 1604, 6 and 6 in the Gulf of Maine, by Gen. John M. 
Brown. XVI. Now and Then, by the late William Allen. XVII. Popham's 
Town of Fort St. George, by Rufus K. Sewall. XVIII. Memoir of Col. Ben- 
jamin Burton, by Joseph Williamson. XIX. Acadia and Its aborigines, by 
Rev. Eugene Vetromile, S. J., of Worcester, Mass. XIX. Bingham Land, 
by William Allen. XX. Proceedings of the society; with biographical 
sketches of deceased members. Robert P. Dunlap; Rev. J. W. EUing- 
wood, D. D.; John Merrick; Robert H. Gardiner; Rt. Rev. Bishop Bur- 
gess; George Evans, LL. D.; William Willis, LL. D., (by permission, from 
the New England Historical and Genealogical Register, January, 1873); 
Cyrus Eaton. 

-Volume VIII. Portland: Hoyt, Fogg & Donham. 1881. 8vo. pp. 

viii, 511. (5 illustrations.) [6120 

Contents. I. The North Eastern Boundary, by Israel Washburn, Jr., LL. D. 
II. Colonel Arthur Noble, of Georgetown, by Hon. William Goold. III. 
Educational Institutions in Maine while a District of Massachusetts, by 
Rev. J. T. Champlin, D. D., LL. D. IV. The Pemaquld Country under the 
Stuarts, by H. W. Richardson, A. M. V. Fort Halifax, illustrated, by Hon. 
William Goold. VI. Colonel William Vaughan, by Hon. William Goold. VII. 
Norambega, by Hon. John E. Godfrey. VIII. Memoirs and biographical 
sketches of deceased members: 1, Hon. Reuel Williams, by John A. Poor, 
Esq.; 2, Hon. Edward E. Bourne, LL. D., with portrait, by Hon. Edwin B. 



70 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Maiitb Historical Society, Continued, 

Smith; 3, Hon. Ether Shepley, LL. D., by Israel Washburiif Jr., IX. D.; 4, 
Hon. George T. Dayis, by Hon. (}eo. F. Talbot; 6, Hon. Edward Kent, 
LL. D., by Hon. John E. Godfrey; 6, Eev. Leonard Woods, D. D., LL. D., 
by Rev. C. C. Everett, D. D. 

Vol. IX. Portland: Published for the society. 1897. 8to. pp. (12), 

393. (8 illustrations.) [6121 

Contents: I. Sir WUliam Phips, by William Goold. II. Brigadier-general 
Samuel Waldo, 1696-1769, by Joseph Williamson. III. Claude de la Tour, by 
John Edwards Gtodfrey. IV. John Pelrce, cloth worker of London and the 
Plymouth patent of 1021, by John Johnston. V. The Sheepscot Farms, 
by Alexander Johnston. VI. William Hntchlngs, the last surviving 
Revolutionary pensioner In New England, by Joseph Williamson. VU. Gen- 
eral John Chandler, of lionmouth, Me., with extracts from his autobiography, 
by George Foster Talbot. VIII. The White Hills of New Hampshire, by Ed- 
ward Henry Elwell. IX. The Territorial History of Bangor and vicinity, by 
Albert Ware Paine. X. Memoir of Nathan Clifford, by James Ware Brad> 
bury. XI. Grammatical Sketch of the ancient Abnakl, outlined In the dic- 
tionary of Fr. Sebastlen Rale, S. J. Part I. The Abnakl Noun, by Rev. 
Michael Charles 0*Brlen. XII. Edward Godfrey; his life, letters and pub- 
lic services, 16M-1664, by Charles Edward Banks. 

Second Series. Volume I. Documentary History of the State of 
Maine. Edited by William Willis. 

Vol. I. Containing a history of the discovery of Maine. By J. G. 

Kohl. With an appendix on the voyage of the Cabots, by M. 

D'Avezac, of Paris. Published by the Maine Historical Society, 

aided by appropriations from the State. Portland: Bailey <& 

Noyes. 1869. 8vo. pp. (2), viii, 535. (22 maps.) [6122 

Contenta: Physical Features of the Gulf and Coast of Maine. DlscoTeries 
of the Northmen in North-eastern America during the Middle Ages. English 
Trading Expeditions from Bristol and other English ports, toward the north- 
west, principally to Iceland, during the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries — 
John of Kolno — Columbus. Expeditions of John and Sebastlen Cabot to 
North-eastern America, in the year, 1497-08. Expeditions of Gaspar and Mig- 
uel de Cortereal to the north-eastern coast of America in the years 160(M)3. 
Official and other Voyages, and several projects of discovery from England, 
Spain, Portugal and France, subsequent to the expeditions of the Cabots and 
Cortereals. Spanish Expeditions to the Coast of Florida, from Columbus to 
Ay lion, from 1492 to 1520. Expeditions to the East Coast of North America, 
under the French, by Verrazano— the Spaniards by Gomez— and the English 
by Rut. French Expeditions to Canada, in 1634-43, and Hore's voyage, 1636. 
Continuation of the Spanish expedicious along tbe coast of Florida. The 
Expeditions under Ribault and Laudonnlere to Florida, and Spanish and 
English undertakings connected with them, in 1562-74. Conclusion and re- 
capitulation. Appendix, containing letter of M. D'Aveasac, of Paris. 

Volume II. Documentary History of the State of Maine. Vol. II. 

Containing a discourse on western planting, written in the year 
15S4, by Richard Hakluyt. With a preface and an introduction 
by Leonard Woods, LL. D., late president of Bowdoin College. 
Edited, with notes in the appendix, by Charles Deane. Pub- 
lished by the Maine Historical Society, aided by appropriations 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 71 

from the St&te. Cambridge: Press of John Wilson & Son. 1877. 

8yo. pp. Izi, (3), 253. (3 fao-similes.) [6123 

CofUeniM: Note of the standing committee. Editorial Note by CliarleB 
Deane. Preface by Dr. Woods. Introduction by Dr. Woods. Hakluyt's 
Discourse. Appendix: Notes by the editor, Charles Deane. 

• Volume III. Documentary History of the State of Maine. Vol. 

III. Containing the Trelawny Papers. Edited, and illustrated 
with historical notes and an appendix, by James Phinney Bax- 
ter, A. M. Published by the Maine Historical Society, aided by 
appropriations from the State. Portland: Hoyt, Fogg & Don- 
ham. 1884. 8yo. pp. xxxii, 520. (16 illustrations, maps and 
plans.) [6124 

Contentt: Memoir of Robert Trelawny. The Trelawny Pedigree. Auto- 
graphs. The Trelawny Papers. Correspondence, etc. Appendix. 

An edition de luxe of the Trelawny Papers of fifty copies on large paper, 
each numbered and signed, was printed at $10 per copy. The title-page is 
as follows : 

The Trelawny Papers, edited and illustrated with historical notes and ap- 
pendix, by James Phinney Baxter. A. M. (Rubricated fac-simile of the 
seal of the Maine Historical Society.) 

Portland: Hoyt, Fogg A Donham. 1884. 

-Volume IV. Documentary History of the State of Maine. Vol. 

IV. Containing the Baxter manuscripts. Edited by James 
Phinney Baxter, A. M. Published by the Maine Historical So- 
ciety, aided by appropriations from the State. Portland : Brown 
Thurston & Company. 1889. 8vo. pp. xvi, 506. [6126 

Comprises papers on Maine history from 1629 to Oct. 7, 1689, principally 
illustrating the disputed Jurisdiction of the Province of Massachusetts and 
Gorges. 

OOLLEOTIOMS AUD PBOOEKDINOS. 

-Collections and Proceedings of the Maine Historical Society. Second 

series, Volume I. Portland: Published by the society. 1890. 8vo. 

pp. iv, (4,) 476. (3 ports, 1 map.) [6126 

CcntenU: I. General Henry Knox, by Joseph Williamson, of Belfast, 
Maine. II. The French Treaty of 1778, by William Goold, of Windham, 
Maine. III. Rev. William Screven, by Rev. Henry S. liurrage, D. D., of Port- 
land, Maine. IV. The Four Judges of North Yarmouth, Maine, by Rev. 
Amasa Loring of Yarmouth, Maine. V. John B. Godfrey, by Albert Ware 
Paine of Bangor, Maine. VI. The Mission of the Assumption on the River 
Kennebec, 164d-1662, by John Marshall Brown of Portland, Maine. VII. Pro- 
ceedings, February, 1881, 1882. VIII. Vote authorizing the publication of the 
Quarterly. IX. Historical Memoranda. X. Cyrus Woodman, by George F. 
Emery of Portland, Maine. XI. The Administration of William Gorges,— 1636 
to 1637, by Charles Edward Banks, M. D., of Vineyard Haven, Mass. XII. A 
Topographical Surmise, by William M. Sargent of. Portland, Bfaine. XIII. 
Enoch Lincoln, by Edward H. Elwell of Deering, Maine. XIV. Capital Trials 
in Maine, before the separation, by Joseph Williamson of Belfast, Maine. 
XV. Letter accompaning the gift of a photograph of the Brig Boxer, by Fritz 
H. Jordan of Portland, Bfaine. XVI. John G. Deane, by Llewellyn Deane of 
Washington, D. C. XVn. Proceedings. 1881, 1882. XVIII. Historical Mem. 
oranda. XIX. Historical Notes and Queries. XX. James Shepherd Pike, by 



72 BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

Maine Historical Society, Continued, 

George F. Talbot of Portland, Me. XX F. The Problem of Hammond's Fort, 
by Rev. Henry O. Thayer of Limlngton, Maine. XXII. Robert Hallowell 
Gardiner, by Rev. Asa Dalton, D. D., of Portland, Maine. XXIII. Pro- 
fessional Tours of John Adams in Maine, by Joseph Williamson of Belfast, 
Maine. XXIV. Rev. Eugene Vetromile, by Hubbard Winslow Bryant of 
Portland, Maine. XXV. Leaves from the Early History of Dresden, by 
Charles E. Allen of Cedar Grove, Maine. XXVI. Historical Memoranda. 
XXVII. Book Notices. XXVIII. Editorial Items. XXIX. James Tift Charap- 
Un, D. D., LL. D., by Rev. Henry S. Barrage, D. D., of Portland, Me. XXX. 
Campaign against the Pequakets, by James P. Baxter of Portland, Maine. 
XXXI. The British Occupation of Penobscot during the Revolution, by 
Joseph Williamson of Belfast, Maine. XXXII. Madam Wood, the first Maine 
ii?riterof fiction, by William Goold of Windham, Maine. XXXIII. Ashur 
Ware, by Qeorge F. Talbot of Portland, Maine. XXXIV. Proceedings. De- 
cember 1882. 

Collections and Proceedings of the Maine Historical Society. 

Second series, Vol. II. Portland: Published by the society. 

1891. 8vo. pp. iv, 4, 476. (1 illus.) [6127 

Contents: Capture of the Margaretta, by George F. Talbot. John Johns- 
ton Carruthers, D.D., by Rev. Ephraim C. Cummings. The Voice of Maine 
as Heard in the Genesis of our Nationality, by George F. Emery. Proceed- 
ings, May 26, 1883. Description of the Society's Seal. Testimonials to Hon. 
Israel Washburn, Jr. Letters of Joseph Wheaton, one of the heroes of the 
Margaretta. Historical Review of literature In Maine, by Joseph William- 
son. Brunswick Convention of 1816, by William Allen. Captain Bartholo- 
mew Gosnold's Voyage. Letter from General Peleg Wadsworth to Wil- 
liam D. Williamson. 1828. James Loring Child, by James W. Bradbury. 
Proceedings, 1883, 1884, 1886. Longfellow birthday. Unveiling of the West- 
minister Abbey bust, 27th of February, 1875. Persons Taxed in North Parish 
of Kittery. 1783. Resident Members. Captain Herrick's Journal, 1767. 
Waymouth*s Voyage to the Coast of Maine, 1606, by Henry S. Burrage, D. D. 
Traces of the Northmen, by Joseph Williamson. The Beginnings of Maine, 
by James P. Baxter. Memoir of Judge David Sewall, by Edward P. Burn- 
ham. The Sewall Family of New England, by Rufus K. Sewall. Biographical 
Data and Letters of the Hon. David Sewall of York, by Frank Sewall. The 
Division of the 12,000 acres among the patentees at Agamenticus, by William 
M. Sargent. Proceedings, 1886, 1886. An Interesting Historical Document. 
A Moravian Colony in Maine. Biographical Data of David Sewall, by Ru- 
fus K. Sewall. John Appleton, by George F. Emery. A Lost Manuscript, 
by James P. Baxter. William Allen, by Charles F. Allen, D. D. Biblio- 
graphic Memorandum of the laws of Maine, by Josiah H. Drummond. Sir 
John Moore at Castlne during the Revolution, by Joseph Williamson. Ex- 
tracts from the Letters of the Jesuit Missionary in Maine, Father P. Biard, 
1612-26, translated by Professor Fred. M. Warren with an Introduction by 
John Marshall Brown. Proceedings, 1886. Order given at Fort Charles at 
Pemaquid, 1688. The Frye Family, communicated by William B. Lapham. 
Commissioners Proceedings at Mount Desert, 1808, communicated by Wil- 
liam B. Lapham. 

MISOELLANKOUS. 

Account of the society. 1842. See Willis, William. 

By-Laws and Regulations of the Maine HiBtorical Society, n. p. 

n. d. (Brunswick, 1846.) Press of J. Griffin. 8vo. pp. 8. [6128 

Circular, setting forth the objects of the society. 1847. 4to. pp. 2. 

[6129 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 73 

-Discoarse before. 1847. See Folsom, George. 

-Address before, on the Bowdoin family. 1849. See Winthrop, 
Robert C. 

-Address before. 1854. See Burgess, George. 

-Inaugural Address before. 1855. ^ee Willis, William. 

-Address before. 1858. See Willis, William. 

-Eulogy before, on Parker Cleaveland. 1859. See Woods, Leonard. 

-Address before. The Laws of Civilization. 1860. See Hitchcock, 
Jloswell D. 

-Address before, on Reuel Williams. 1863. See Poor, John A. 

-Memorial for procuring copies of historical papers. 1863. See 
Documentary History. 

-Account of. 1868. See Willis, William. 



-Bibliography of. 1868. See Whitmore, W. H. 

-Catalogue of the past and present members, resident and corre- 
sponding of the Maine Historical Society. Brunswick : Joseph 
GriflSn. 1874. 8vo. pp. 25. [6130 

-The same, in Vol. VII of Collections, First series, with errata and 
addenda. 

-Bibliography of. 1880. See Griffin, Appleton, P. G. 

-Circular Letter, containing appointment of committee to obtain 
printed productions of Maine citizens. 1881. 4to. 1 p. [6131 

-Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Seventy-fifth birthday. Proceed- 
ings of the Maine Historical Society, February 27, 1882. Port- 
land: Hoyt, Fogg & Donham, 193 Middle Street, n. d. (1882.) 
16mo. pp. 171. (Portrait and two engravings.) [6132 

ConienU: Record of meeting. Opening Address, Hon. >Villtam G. Bar- 
rows, Brunswick. LausLaureati, James Fhinney Baxter, Portland. Henry 
W. Longfellow and his Paternal Ancestry, Rev. Henry S. Barrage, Portland. 
General Peleg Wadsworth and the Maternal Ancestry of Henry W. Long- 
fellow, Hon. William Goold, Windham. The Portland of Longfellow's 
Toatb, Edward H. Elwell, Portland. Longfellow as a Student and Pro- 
fessor at BowJoln College, A. 3. Packard, D. D., Bowdoin College. The 
Genius of Longfellow, Hon. Ueorge F. Talbot, Portland. Letter from Hon. 
James W. Bradbury. Letter from Hon. Israel Washburn, Jr. Tribute from 
Hon. Joseph Williamson. In Memoriam. Proceedings of the society at its 
spring meeting, May 26, 1882. Address by Rev. Thomas HiU, D. D. Ad- 
dress by Hon. Joseph W. Symonds. Address by Rev. Asa Dalton. 

-Song. Adapted from Auld Lang Syne. Sung at the celebration, 

by the society, of the eighty-fourth birthday of Professor Al- 

phens S. Packard, December 23, 1882. Small sheet. [6133 

-Act of Incorporation, by-laws and list of resident members of the 
Maine Historical Society. (Seal.) Portland Me. July, 1884. 
Stephen Berry, Portland, Printer. 8vo. pp. 23. [6134 



74 BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

Mains Hibtobical Society, Continued. 

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's Seventy-eighth Birthday. Pro- 
ceedings of the Maine Historical Society. February 27, 1885. 
Portland: Hoyt, Fogg A Donham, 103 Middle Street, n. d. (1886.) 
8vo. pp. 54. [6135 

Proceedings of the Maine Historical Society on the occasion of a 

complimentary dinner to James W. Bradbury, LL. D., president 
of the society, on his eighty-fifth birthday, June 10, 1887. (Seal.) 
Printed for the Maine Historical Society. Portland: 1887. sm. 
4to. pp. (1), 56, (Port.) [6136 

^Dedicatory Exercises of the Baxter Building, to the uses of the 

Portland Public Library and Maine Historical Society, Thurs- 
day, February 21, 1880. Illustrated with photogravures. Au- 
burn, Me.: Lakeside Press, Printers and Binders. 1889. 8vo. 
pp. 36, (1). [6137 

Sketch of the life and character of Hon. Amos Tuck. Read be- 
fore the Maine Historical Society, December, 1888. (Portland, 
Me., 1889.) sm. 8yo. pp. 31. (Portraits, fac-similes.) [6138 

Maihe Homoeopathic Medical Society. 

Transactions at its 21st annual meeting held at Augusta, June 7, 
1887. Vol. I. (Seal.) Portland, Maine: B. Thurston & Com- 
pany. 1888. 8vo. pp. 104. [6139 
Report of committee on resolutions on death H. B. Eaton, M. D. 
President's address, by A. L. Harvey, M. D., pp. 14-23. 

The same, at 22nd annual meeting. 1888. Vol. II. 8to. pp. 149. 

[6140 

The same, at 23rd annual meeting. Vol. III. 8yo. pp. 123. [6141 

Contains address of president, by J. H. Knox, H. D., of Orono. 

^The same, at 24th annual meeting. Vol. IV. 1890. 8vo. pp. 135. 

[6142 
President's annual address, by J. W. Wbidden, M. D., Portland, pp. 26^ 

Maine Medical Association. 

Transactions of the Maine Medical Association, 1853-62. (State 
coat of arms.) Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1880. 8yo. 
pp. 102. [6143 

Records of the eleventh annual meeting of the Maine Medical As- 
sociation, convened in Portland, June 10, 1863. Portland: 
Stephen Berry, Printer. 1863. 8vo. pp. 33. (3.) [6144 
Contains annual address by Dr. I. T. Dana. 

Transactions, for the years 1866, 1867, and 1868. Portland: Stephen 

Berry, Printer. 1869. 8vo. pp. vi, 324. [6145 

Contains biographical sketches of James C. Bradbury, M. D., of Oldtown, 

by J. C. Weston, M. D.; Hosea Rich, M. D., of Bangor, by same; Charles W. 

Thomas, M. D., of Portland, by same ; obituary notice of Cyrus R. Kowker, 



BIBLI06RAPHT OF MAINE. 75 

M. D., of Auburn, by N. C. HarriB, M. D.; of David Folsom, M. D., of An- 
eusta, by J. W. Toward, M. D.; Inaugural address, 1867, by B. H. Tewks- 
bury, M.D., president; annual address, by George H. Cbadwick, M. D., of 
Portland; biographical sketch of Seth Chellis Hnnkins, M. D.,of Portland, 
by S. C. Gordon, M. D., of Portland; of John F. Dunnells, M. D., of Harri- 
son, by T. H. Brown, M. D.; introductory address, 1868, by S. H. Tewksbury, 
M. B., president. 

-The same, for the years 1869, and 1870. The association, in pub- 
lishing papers presented, does not thereby endorse the views 
contained in them. (State coat of arms.) Portland: Stephen 
Berry, Printer. 1870. 8vo. pp. v, 341. [6146 

Contains inaugural address, by I. T. Dana, M. D., president; annual ad- 
dress, by E. F. Sanger, M. D.; biographical sketch of George £. Collins, 
M. D., by 8. C. Gordon, M. D.; annual address. The Tendency of liodern 
Therapeutics, by Prof. George L. Goodale, M. D. ; biographical sketch of 
Putnam Slmonton, M. D., by L. W. Pendleton, M. I). 

-The same, for the years 1871, 1872, and 1873. Vol.4. Portland: 
Stephen Berry, Printer. 1873. 8vo. pp. vi, 502. [6147 

For 1871, contains inaugural address byB. F. Buxton, M.D., president; 
biog^phical sketches of T. G. Stockbridge, M. D., of Bath, by A. J. Fuller, 
M. D., of Bath; of D. W. C. Chamberlain, M. D., of Bicbmond, by Abial 
Libby, M.D., of Richmond; of Byron Porter, M. D., of Waterville, by P. C. 
Porter, M. D., of Beverly, Mass.; of Calvin Blake, M. D., of Hartland, by 
Harris Pusher, M. D., of Hartland. 

For 1872, contains inaugural address, by A. J. Fuller. M. D., president; 
annual address, Methods in Medical Education, by C. F. Brackett, M. D., of 
Brunswick' biographical sketch of Moses R. Ludwig, M. D., of Thomastbn; 
by H. C. Levensaler, M. D., of Thomaston; of Daniel Rose, M. D., of Thom- 
aston, by same; of Cyrus Briggs, M. D., of Augusta, by J. C. Weston, M. D., 
of Bangor. 

For 1873, contains inaugural address, by A. P. Snow, M. D., of Winthrop ; 
report of committee on necrology, by D. L. Lamson, M. D.. of Fryeburg, 
comprising biographical sketches of Wm. C. Robinson, M. D., of Portland, 
by D. L. Lamson, M. D.; of Frank S. Hall, M. D., of Cumberland Center, by 
same; of Thomas Child, M. D., of Bath, by same; of H. H. Seavey, M. D., of 
Bangor, by James C. Weston, M. D., of Bangor; of Daniel McRuer, M. D., of 
Bangor, facts furnished by G. W. Foster, M. D.; of Bangor, and presented 
by D. C. Lamson, M. D.; of Nahum P. Monroe, M. D., of Belfast, by D. L. 
Lamson, M. D.; of Gilman Daveis, M. D.. of Portland, by same. 

-The same, for the years 1874, 1875, and 1876. Vol. V. Portland: 

Stephen Berry, Printer. 1876. 8vo. pp. vi, 440. [6148 

For 1874, contains Inaugural address, by A. F. Page, M. D., president; 
annual address, on the limitations of medication, by R. K. Jones, M. D., of 
Bangor; report of committee on necrology, by M. C. Wedgewood, M. D., of 
Lewiston, embracing biographical sketches of Milan Graves, M. D., of Bath ; 
of B. F. Carter, M. D., of Jefferson. 

For 1876, contains president's address, by Thomas H. Brown, M. D., of 
Paris. 

For 1876, contains president's address, by J. M. Bates, M. D., of Yarmouth ; 
annual address, Involuntary Action, by Lewis W. Pendleton, M. D., of 
Belfast; report of the committee on necrology, by O. A. Horr, M. D., of 
Lewiston, embracing biographical sketches of James McKeen, M. D., of 



76 BIBLIOOEAPHT OF MAINE. 

Maine Medical Association, Continued. 

TopBham; Alvan Libby, M. D., of Wells; Josepb B. Soto, M. D., of Brang- 
wick; PbllAnder H. Harding, M. D., of Ellsworth; Nathan Coy Harris, M. D.» 
of Auburn; J. C. Boynton, M. D., of Richmond; Albion K. P. Bradbury, 
M. D., of HoUis; Henry L. K. Wiggin, of Auburn. 

The same. 1877-79. Vol. VI. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 

1879. 8vo. pp. 703. [6149 

For 1877, contains president's address, by E. F. Sanger, M. D., of Bangor; 
annual address. Materialism, by Qeo. F. French, M. D., of Portland; report 
of committee on necrology, by O. A. Horr, M. D., of Lewiston, embracing 
biographical sketches of Josiah Carr, M. D., of Mechanic Falls; of Benjamin 
F. Buxton, M. D., of Warren, of Amos Nourse, M. D., of Bath; of Nelson H. 
Cary, M. D., of Durham; of J. C. Weston, M. D., of Bangor; of William 
Wescott, M. D., of Gorham; of John D. Lincoln, M. D., of Brunswick; of 
Israel Putnam, M. D., of Bath, by A. J. Fuller. M. D., of Bath ; of P. C. Wiley, 
M. D., of Bethel, by J. A. Morton, M. D., of Bethel. 

For 1878, contains president's ad dress, by T. H. Jewett,M. D., of South Ber- 
wick; annual address. The Duties of the Medical Profession Concerning Pro- 
stitution and its Allied Vice8,by Frederic Henry Gerrish, M. D., of Portland; 
report of committee on necrology, by O. A. Horr, M. D., of Lewiston ; embrac- 
ing biographical sketch of Thomas Frye, M. D., of Rockland. 

For 1879. Contains president's address, by M. C. Wedgwood, M. D., of 
Lewiston; annual address. The Physician an Educator, by Charles A. 
Packard, M. D., of Bath; report of committee on necrology, by J. W. Beede, 
M. D., of Auburn, embracing biographical sketches of Theodore Herman 
Jewett, M. D., of South Berwick; Richard Pearson Jenness, M. D., of Sac- 
carappa; O. E.Durgin, M.D., of Deering; Jared Fuller ,M. D., of East Corinth; 
biographical sketch of David Evans, M. D., of Oarland, by E. S. Coan, M. D., 
of Garland. 

The same, 1880-82. Vol. VII. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 

1882. 8vo. pp. vi, 531. [6150 

For 1880, contaios president's address, by S. C. Gordon, M. D., of Port- 
land ; annual address, The Relation of the Medical Profession to the State, 
by O. A. Horr, M. D., of Lewiston : report of committee on necrology, by 
J. W. Beede, M. D., embracing biographical sketches of Joseph Payson 
Spaulding, M. D., of Richmond; A. Q. Marshall, M. D., of New Gloucester; 
Ebenezer Wells, M. D., of Freeport: E. Stone. M. D., of Stevens' Plains. 

For 1881, contains president's address, by Wm. Warren Greene, M. D., of 
Portland ; annual address. Ophthalmology, Ancient and Modern, by James 
A. Spalding, M. D., of Portland; report of committee on necrology, by J. 
W. Beede, M. D., of Auburn, embracing biographical sketches of Alvan 
Bacon, M. D., of Biddeford; Thomas Huntington Brown, M. D., of Paris; 
George W. Colby, M.D., of Waldoboro; N. A. Hersom, M. D., of Portland: 
Thaddeus Hildreth,M.D., of Gardiner, by Cyrus Kendrlck, M. D., of Litch- 
field; Lucien Ingalls, M. D., of Falmouth; William B. Leavitt, M. D., of 
Athens; Edmund Russell, M. D., of Lewiston; Joseph P. Spaulding, of 
Richmond ; Stephen Whitmore, M. D., of Gardiner. 

For 1882, contains president's address, by A. K. P. Meserve, M. D., of 
Portland; annual address, The Young Physician, by O. St. C. O'Brien, M. D., 
of Bristol; biographical sketches of Dr. Samuel H. Tewskbury. of Port- 
land, by George H. Chadwick, of Portland; of James Bates, M. D., of Tar. 
mouth; of Alpheus F. Page, M. D., of Bucksport, by George A. Wheeler, 
M. D., of Castine. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 77 

-The same. 1883-85. Vol. VIII. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 

1885. 8vo. pp. vi, 594. [6151 

For 1883, contains president's address, by George £. Brlckett, M. D., of 
Augusta; annual address, Rational Medicine and Quackery, by M. C. 
Wedgwood, M. D., of Lewlston; biographical sketches of William Warren 
Greene, M. D., of Portland, by Frederick Henry Gerrish, M. D., of Portland; 
of J. P. Grant, M. D., of Saco, by J. £. L. Kimball, M. D., of Saco ; of Daniel 
Monntfort Tolford, M. D., of Portland, by S. C. Gordon, M. D., of Port- 
land; of Roland Curtis, M. D., of Richmond, by I. W. Starbird, M. D., of 
Richmond; William H. Brown, M. D., of Bangor, by T. U. Coe, M. D.,of 
Bangor; Daniel F. Ellis, M. D.,of Brunswick, by Alfred Mitchell, M.D., of 
Brunswick; Rotheus £. Faine, M. D., of Camden, by B. D. E. Huse, M. D., 
of Camden; Atwood Crosby, M. D., of Waterville, by Charles D. Smith, 
M. D., of Portland; William Sweat, M. D., of Hollis, by J. M. Marshall Esq., 
Buxton; Alexander Ramsay, M. D.,of Parsonsfield, by G. P. Bradley, passed 
assistant surgeon, U. S. N. 

For 1884, contains president's address, by Oren A. Horr, M. D.,of Lewiston: 
annual address. Difficulties in the Way of Medical Progress, How to Meet 
Them, by A. S. Hersey, M. D., of Oxford; report of necrologist, byS. C. 
Gordon, M. D., comprising biographical sketches of William Swasey, M. D., 
of Limerick ; John Taylor Oilman, M. D., of Portland; James S. Goodwin, M. 
D., of Portland; C. W. Whitmore, M. D., of Gardiner; Proceedings on death 
John Tftylor Oilman, M. D. (with portrait) . 

For 1886, contains president's address, by Thomas A. Foster, M.D., of Port- 
land; annual oration, How to Promote the Advancement of the Medical Pro- 
fession, by Stephen H. Weeks, M. D., Portland ; report of the necrologist, 
by 8. C. Gordon, M. D., of Portland, comprising biographical sketches of 
George Parcher. M. D., of Ellsworth, by A. M. Fulton, M. D.; Eugene W. 
Brooks, M. D.,of Portland, by T. A. Foster, M. D.; John R. Eaton, M. D., of 
Wilton; J. C. Manson, M. D., of Pittsfield. 

-The same. 1886-88. Vol. IX. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 

1888. 8vo. pp. vi, 528. [6152 

For 1886 contains, president's address, by Sumner Laughton, M. D., of Ban- 
gor; annual oration, Medical Science Progressiye, and the Physician as a 
Factor in that Progress, by F. C. Thayer, M. D., of Waterville. Article XVI. 
Biographical sketch of R. L. Harlow, M. D., of Auburn ; by J. A. Morton, M. 
D., of Bethel. Article XVII. Biographical sketch of Joseph H. Estabrook, 
M. D., of Rockland. 

For 1887, contains, president's address, by J. B. Walker, M. D., of Thomas- 
ton ; annual oration, Pedigree in Health and Disease, by Edwin M. Fuller, 
M. D., of Bath ; biographical sketches of Horatio Nelson Small, by Frederic 
Henry Gerrish, M. D., of Portland; of Silvester Oaks, M. D., of Auburn, by 
Benjamin F. Sturgis, M. D., of Auburn. 

For 1888 contains president's address by Frederick C. Thayer, M. D., of 
Waterville; annual oration. The Past and Future of the Medical Profession, 
by Wallace K. Oakes, M. D., of Auburn; report of necrologist by A K. P. 
Meserve, M. D., of Portland, compnsmg biographical sketches of John B. 
Walker, M. D., of Thomaston, by F. E. Hitchcock, M. D., of Rockland; 
Edward M. Field, M. D., of Bangor, by R. K. Jones, M. D., of Bangor. 

-The game. 1889. Vol. X. Parti. Portland: Stephen Berry, 

Printer. 1889. 8vo. pp. 181. [6153 

Contains president's address, by S. H. Weeks, M. D., of Portland; annual 
oration, Euthanasia, by Frank E. Hitchcock, M. D., of Rockland ; report of 
necrologist, by A. K. P. Meserve, M. D., of Portland, comprising bio- 



78 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Maiite Medical Association, Continued. 

graphical sketchei of John S. CuBhing, M. D., of Skowhegan ; Galen J. Trlboa» 
M. D., of Steuben; Rufus King Gushing, M. D., of Bangor; John Q. A. 
Hawes, M. D., of Hallowell; George H. Chadwick, M. D.. of Portland. 

^The same. 1890. Vol. X. Part II. Portland: Stephen Berry, 

printer. 1890. 8vo. pp. 185-360. [6154 

Contains president's address, by Benjamin F. Sturgis, M. D., of Auburn; 
annual oration. The Duties of Physicians in Regard to the Prevention of 
Diseases, by D. A. Robinson, M. D., of Bangor; report of necrologist, by 
A. K. P. Meserre, M. D., of Portland, comprising biographical sketches of 
Nathaniel Shannon, M. D., of Charlestown, by Dr. £. M. Plummer; John 
Buzzell, M. D., of Portland, by Dr. Charles Hutchinson; W. B. Cobb, M. D., 
of Standish, by Dr. B. F. Dunn; Sidney B. Cushman, M. D., of Wiscasset, by 
Dr. C. A. Peaslee; Robert Dtzon, M. D., of Damariscotta; Hiram H. Hill, M. 
D., of Augusta, by Drs. J. O. Webster, and I. T. Dana; Charles P. Chandler, 
M. D., of Addison ; James Freeland Newman, M. D., of Gorham, by Dr. £. B. 
Holt. 

Constitution, by-laws and code of medical ethics of the Maine 

Medical Association, published in accordance with a vote of the 
society at the annual session, June 10, 1863. Portland : Stephen 
Berry, Printer. 1863. 8vo. pp. 23. [6155 

^Abstract from the transactions of the Maine Medical Association, 

June, 1867. Stephen Berry, Printer, 172 1-2 Fore St., Portland. 
8vo. pp. 23. [6156 



Constitution, by-laws, and code of medical ethics of the Maine 

Medical Association. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1873. 
8vo. pp. 31. [6157 

^Report of the board of censors of the Maine Medical Association, at 

its annual meeting held at Portland, June 14, 1887, containing the 
committee^s report on the registration act Portland: South- 
worth Bros., Printers. 1887. 8vo. pp. 42. [6158 

Maine Missionary Society. 

Organized at Hallowell, 1807. Incorporated, 1808. From 1808 to 
1867, inclusive, its proceedings were printed in connection with 
the annual anniversary sermons, except for 1812, when no sermon 
was published, and for 1818, and 1827, when they appeared in 
separate form. From 1868 to 1890, both inclusive, they are pub- 
lished with the minutes of the Maine General Conference. Re- 
ports of the trustees from 1880 to 1890, both inclusive, also ap- 
peared separately. 

Maine Press Association. Organized in 1864, as the *' Maine Editors* 

and Publishers* Association. " Name changed in 1877. 

Doings of the first editors* and publishers' convention in Maine. 

Address by Hon. Charles Holden. Portland: Printed by Brown 

Thurston & Co. 1864. 8vo. pp. 39. [6159 

Address, pp. 12-25. 

Second Annual Meeting and Proceedings of the Maine Editors* and 

Publishers* Association, for the year 1865. Complied by Joseph 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 79 

Wood, secretary, 1884. Bar Harbor: Mount Desert Publishing 
Company. 1884. 8vo. pp. 9. [6160 

-Doings of the editors' and publishers' convention in Maine, held 

at Augusta, October 4, 1866. Portland: Printed by B. Thurston 

A Co. 1867. 8vo. pp. 24. [6161 

Contains record of newspapers in Hancock County, by X. K. Sawyer; 
record of newspapers in Knox County (by Bdwin Spragne). 

-The same, under the following title: 

Third Annual Meeting and Proceedings of the Maine Editors' 
and Publishers' Association, for the year 1866. Compiled by 
Joseph Wood, secretary, 1884. Bar Harbor: Mount Desert Pub- 
lishing Company. 1884. 8vo. pp. 16. [6162 

-The Proceedings for 1864, 1865 and 1866 were printed with separate 
title-pages and pagination under the following title: 
Proceedings of the Maine Press Association, organized as the 
Editors' and Publishers' Association, for the years 1864, 1866 
and 1866 together with the addresses and historical sketches read 
before the association at its annual meetings during those years, 
the original constitution, by-laws and roll of members. Compiled 
and reprinted by the secretary. Bar Harbor: Mount Desert 
Publishing Company. 1884. 8yo. pp. 32, 9, 16. [6168 

-Doings of the Editors' and Publishers' Association of Maine, at 
Biddeford, August 7 <& 8, 1867. Portland: Printed by B. Thurs- 
ton & Co. 1867. 8vo. pp. 36. [6164 

Contains ^dress on journalism, by W. £. Stevens; record of newspapers 
in Washington County, by Gheorge W.Drisko. 

-Doings of the Editors' and Publishers' Association of Maine, at 
Bath, August 12 <& ]3, 1868. Biddeford: Printed by John E. 
Butler. 1868. 8vo. pp. 35, (1). [6165 

Contains address by Enoch Knight: The " Poet's" Apology. With notes in 
the epic style, by Edward H. Elwell; record of newspapers in Ajroostook 
County, by Theodore Cary. 

-Transactions of the Editors' and Publishers' Association of Maine, 

at Portland, August 4th and 5th, 1860. Portland: Monitor 

Printing Company. 1869. 8vo. pp. 66. [6166 

Contains address by Nelson Dingley, Jr.; Poem, by W. £. S. Whitman; 
address on the origin and history of the newspaper Press of Cumberland 
County, by Charles Holden. 

-Transactions of the Maine Editors' and Publishers' Association, 
from 1870 to 1874, inclusive, together with some account of the 
▼arious excursions participated in by the association during these 
years, also the constitution, by-laws, and roll of members. Com- 
piled by the secretary* agreeably to resolution adopted January 
27, 1874. Wiscasset: Printed by Joseph Wood. 8vo. pp. 40. 

[6167 

Contains poem, **The Printer's Petition," read by B. H. Elwell, in 1873; 
paper on " Advertising Rates and Agencies," read in 1874, by Howard Owen. 



80 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

AiNE Pbess Association^ Continued. 

Twelfth Annual Report of the proceedings of the Maine Editors' 

and Publishers' Association. For the year 1875. Also, the con- 
stitution, by-laws, and roll of members. Compiled by the secre- 
tary. Wiscasset: Printed by Joseph Wood. 1875. 8yo. pp.36. 

[6168 
Contains paper on history of the Press in Cumberland County (with an 
obituary of Joseph Griffin) by £. H. El well ; history of the Presit in Kennebec 
County, by How* rd Owen; history of the Press in Lincoln County, by Joseph 
Wood; essay on »*The Newspaper before the Law," by Hon. L. A. Emery; 
poem, by Mrs. Mary S. Reed; account of the visit of the association to York 
Beach, by £. H. El well. 

Thirteenth Annual Report of the proceedings of the Maine Editors^ 

and Publishers^ Association, for the year 1876. Also, the consti- 
tution, by-laws, and roll of members. Compiled by the secretary. 
Portland: Printed by Brown Thurston & Co. 1876. 8vo. pp. 47. 

[6160 
Contains address upon "The Press, its Relation to its Patrons and the 
Public,** by William H. Simpson; paper relatlngs to the history of the Press 
in Aroostook County, by Daniel Stickney; in Cumberland County, by £. H. 
Elwell (with an obituary of Charles Holden) ; in Oxford County, by Oeori^e 
H. Watkins; in Penobscot County (with obituaries of Samuel S. Smith and 
John H. Lynde) by Frank K. Smith (with notice of George V. Edes) ; in 
Piscataquis County, by same; in Somerset County, byC. H. KUby. 

Fourteenth Annual Report of the proceedings of the Maine Press 

Association for the year 1877. Also, the constitution, by-laws, 

and roll of members. Compiled by the secretary. Portland: 

Printed by Brown Thurston & Co. 1877. 8vo. pp. 52. [6170 

Contains address by Brown Tliurston on " Improvements in the Art of 
Printing during the last 100 Years;** papers relating to the history of the 
Press in the several counties— Cumberland (with account of " John Neal as a 
Journalist,'* and notices of F. O. J. Smith and Charles Day) by £. H. Elwell ; 
Franklin, by Charles W. Keyes : Lincoln, by Joseph Wood ; Oxford, by George 
H. Watkins; Somerset, by Cyrus H. Kilby. 

Fifteenth Annual Report of the proceedings of the Maine Press 

Association, for the year 1878. Also, the constitution, by-laws, 
and roll of members. Compiled by the secretary. Portland: 
Printed by Brown Thurston & Co. 1878. 8vo. pp. 56. [6171 

Contains essay entitled " The Printed Page and Journalism— Its Growth 
and Influence,'* by Wilder W. Perry; poem, " Retrospect,*' by Edward H. 
Elwell; papers relating to the history of the Press in the several counties, 
vis.: Aroostook, by Daniel Stickney; Cumberland, by £. H. Elwell; Ken- 
nebec, by Wm. B. Lapham; Knox, by Edwin Sprague; Lincoln, by Joseph 
Wood; Sagadahoc, by Fen. G. Barker; Somerset, by Cyrus H. Kilby; ex- 
cursion to Moosehead Lake, by E. H. Elwell ; poem, " The Story of a Morning," 
and " Sally Cook's Letter," by Rev. I. P. Warren. 

Sixteenth Annual Report of the proceedings of the Maine Press 

Association, for the year ending February 1, 1879. Also, the con- 
stitution , by-laws, and roll of members. Compiled by the secre- 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 81 

tary. Paris, Maine: Printed at the Oxford Democrat Office 

1879. 8vo. pp. 56. [6172 

Contains essay entitled "The Man Who Makes a Newspaper, '* by Howard* 
Owen; poem, "The Modern Newspaper, '* by I. P. Warren; papers relating to 
the history of the Press in the several counties, viz : Cumberland, by Brown 
Thurston; Franklin, by Charles W. Keyes; Knox, by Z. Pope Vose; Oxford, 
by George H. Watkins; Somerset, by C. H. Kilby; editorial convention of 
1862, by £. H. Elwell; excursion of the association to Quebec and the 
Saguenay, by Charles W. Keyes; The Aroostook excursion. 



-Seventeenth Annual Report of the proceedings of the Maine Press 
Association for the year ending February 1, 1880. Also, the con- 
stitution, by-laws, and roll of members. Compiled by the secre- 
tary. Skowhegan : Joseph Wood, 6 Madison Street. 1880. 8vo. 
pp. 32. [6173 

Contains papers relating to the history of the Press in the several coun- 
ties, viz: Aroostook, by W. 8. Gllman; Cumberland, by Brown Thurston; 
Lincoln, by Joseph Wood; Somerset, by C. H. Kilby. 

-Eighteenth Annual Report of the proceedings of the Maine Press 
Association for the year ending, February 1, 1881. Also, the con- 
stitution, by-laws, and roll of members. Compiled by the secre- 
tary. Skowhegan : Joseph Wood, 6 Madison Street. 1881. 8vo. 
pp. 25. [6174 

Contains essay, **The Newspaper Press," by Rev. B. P. Snow; poem, 
"The Goblin of the Press, "by W. O. Fuller, Jr.; papers relating to the 
history of the Press in the several counties, viz : Cumberland, by Brown 
Thurston; Franklin, by Charles W. Keyes; Kennebec, by Qeo. W. Quinby; 
Knox, by Z. Pope Vose, Lincoln, by S. L. Miller; Oxford, by George H. Wat- 
kins; Sagadahoc, by J. F. Upton; Somerset, by Joseph Wood. 

-Nineteenth Annual Report of the proceedings of the Maine Press 
Association for the year ending, February 1, 1882. Also the con- 
stitution, by-laws, and roll of members. Compiled by the secre- 
tary. Bar Harbor: Mount Desert Publishing Company. 1882. 
8vo. pp. 48. [6175 

Contains essay, " The Press, its Power and Duty," by Samuel W. Lane ; 
papers relating to the history of the Press in the counties, viz: Aroostook, 
by W. S. Giiman ; Cumberland, by Brown Thurston; Franklin, by Charles W. 
Keyes; Kennebec, by George W. Quinby; Lincoln, by S. L. Miller; Somerset, 
by Joseph Wood. 

-Twentieth Annual Report of the proceedings of the Maine Press 
Association, for the year ending, February 1, 1883. Also, the 
constitution, by-laws, and roll of members. Compiled by the 
secretary. Bar Harbor: Mount Desert Publishing Company. 
1883. 8vo. pp. 31. [6176 

Contains essay, by William S. Giiman, ** The Art Preservative ; " poem, 
" A Madrigal, " by William O. Fuller, Jr.; papers relating to the history of 
the Press in the counties, viz: Cumberland, by B. T. Pickard; Franklin, by 
Charles W. Keyes; Kennebec, by C. A. Sprague; Knox, by W. W. Perry; 
Uncoln, by S. L. Miller. 

7* 



82 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Maike Pbkss Association, Continued, 

Twenty-first Annual Report of the Proceedings of the Maine Press 

Association, for the year ending, February 1, 1884. Also, the con- 
stitution, by-laws, and roll of members. Compiled by the secre- 
tary. Bar Harbor: Mount Desert Publishing Company. 1884. 
8vo. pp. 46. [61T7 

Contains esaay, "The Country Newspaper/' by Samuel L. Miller; poem, 
** The Editor in Hell, " by Howard Owen; historical sketches from the several 
counties ; Cumberland, by Albro E. Chase ; Franklin, by Charles W. Keyes 
(with obituary of Josiah S. Swift of Wilton); Lincoln, by Samuel L. Miller; 
Waldo, by Charles A. Pllsbury; Washington, by George W. Drisko; Ox- 
ford, by George H. Watkins; sketch of Rev. George W. Quinby, by Dr. 
William B. Lapham. 

Twenty-second Annual Report of the Proceedings of the Maine 

Press Association for the year ending February 1, 1885. Also, 
the constitution, by-laws, and roll of members. Compiled by 
the secretary. Bar Harbor: Mount Desert Publishing Company. 

1885. 8vo. pp. 73. [6178 

Contains poem, "The Country Editor at Home, " by Charles A. Pilsbary; 
paper, **Tbe Newspaper Press in Maine," by E. H. EUwell; paper, "The 
Mechanical Condition and Improvements in the Art of Printing in Maine 
for the Fast One Hundred Years,*' by Brown lliurston; papers relating to 
the history of the Press in the following counties, as follows, vis : Frank- 
lin, by Charles W. Keyes; supplemental report by O. M. Moore; Hancock, 
by Joseph Wood; Oxford, by George H. Watkins; biographical sketch of 
Charles Holden and Richard D. Rice, by William B. Lapham; of Newel 
Abbott Foster and William Noyes by Brown Thurston. 

Twenty-third Annual Report of the Proceedings of the Maine 

Press Association for the year ending February 1, 1886. Also, 
the constitution, by-laws, and roll of members. Compiled by 
the secretary. Bar Harbor: Mount Desert Publishing Company. 

1886. 8vo. pp. 78. [6179 
Contains poem, "The Editor on Earth," by O. M. Moore; historical 

sketches of the Press in the following counties, viz: Cumberland, by Brown 
Thurston; Franklin. by Charles W. Keyes; Hancock, by Joseph Wood; Lin- 
coln, by Samuel L. Miller; Oxford, by George H. Watkins; Somerset, by J. 
O. Smith; Waldo, by Charles A. Pilsbury; biographical sketch of Joseph 
GriflBn, by Brown Thurston; of John H. Lynde, William H. Wheeler, and 
William H. Simpson, by George E. Brackett; of Frederick E. Shaw, by 
Brown Thurston: of John Neal, by same; of Sylvester B. Beckett, by same; 
of Elijah Upton, by same; of Frederick G. Parker, by W. B. Lapham. 

Twenty-fourth Annual Report of the proceedings of the Maine 

Press Association for the year ending February 1, 1887. Also, 
the constitution, by-laws and roll of members. Compiled by the 
secretary. Bar Harbor: Mount Desert Publishing Company. 

1887. 8vo. pp. 46, (I). [6180 

Contains essay, " William Cazton, the First English Printer,*' by Albro E. 
Chase; poem, "Our Old TimeJoumalist8,"by George A. Quimby; historical 
sketches relating tu the Press of the following counties, viz : Aroostook, by 
George H. Oilman; Androscoggin, by Nelson Dingley, Jr.; Cumberland, by 
Brown Thurston; Franklin, by Charles W. Keyes; Hancock, by Joseph 



BIBLIOGRAPHT OF MAINE. 83 

Wood; Kennebec, by W. B. Lapham; Lincoln, by Samuel L. Miller; Oxford, 
by Artbur E. Forbes; Bomeraet, by Joseph O. Smith; Waldo, by Charles A. 
Filsbnry; Washington, by George W. Drisko; biog^phical sketches of 
Edmund Sawyer Hoyt, Daniel R. Wing, and Ephraim Maxim, by W. B. 
Lapham; Melvin Whitney Higgins, by John M. Adams. 

^Twenty-fifth Annual Report of the proceedings of the Maine Press 

Association for the year ending February 1, 1888. Also, the con- 
stitution, by-laws, and roll of members. Compiled by the secre- 
tary. Bar Harbor: Mount Desert Publishing Company. 1888. 

8yo. pp. 43. [6181 

Contains Essay, '* Rural Journalism, What I Know about It,*' by Henry A. 
Shorey; poem: **The Power of the Press/* by Mrs. Anna Sargent Hunt; 
papers relating to the history of the Press in following counties, viz: Cum- 
berland, by Brown Thurston; Franklin, by D. H. Knowlton; Hancock, by 
Joseph Wood; Kennebec, by W. B. Lapham; Oxford, by Arthur E. Forbes; 
Somerset, by Joseph O. Smith; York, by Edward H. Elwell; biographical 
sketch of James S. Staples, by same. 

^Twenty-sixth Annual Report of the proceedings of the Maine Press 

Association for the year ending February 1, 1889. Also, the con- 
stitution, by-laws and roll of members. Compiled by the secre- 
tary. Bar Harbor: Mount Desert Publishing Company. 1889. 

8vo. pp. 52. [6182 

Contains Essay,'* Queer Advertisements, and the Secret of Newspaper Pros- 
perity,** by George S. Rowell; poem, "The Power of the Press," (rewritten) 
by Mrs. Anna Sargent Hunt; papers relating to the history of the Press in 
the following counties, viz: Androscoggin, by Howard Owen; Aroostook, by 
Oeorge H. Gilman; Hancock, by James C. Chilcott; Kennebec, by W. B. 
Lapham; Lincoln, by S. L. Miller; Oxford, by Arthur E. Forbes; Sagadahoc, 
by Kendall M. Dunbar; Somerset, by Joseph O. Smith; Waldo, by Charles A. 
Pilsbury; York, by E. H. Elwell; biographical sketch of Russell Eaton, by 
W. B. Lapham; William M. Rust, by Oeorge E. Brackett; Nathaniel K. 
Sawyer, by James C. Chilcott. 

Twenty-seventh Annual Report of the proceedings of the Maine 

Press Association for the year ending May 1, 1800. Also, the 
constitution, by-laws and roll of members. Compiled by the sec- 
retary. Bar Harbor: Mount Desert Publishing Company. 1890. 
8vo. pp. 49. [6183 

Contains essay, **The Practical and Ethical Journalism," by Joseph O. 
Smith; poem, **The Secular Press,** by James C. Chilcott; papers relating to 
the history of the Press in the following counties, viz: Cumberland, by 
Brown Thurston; Hancock, by James C. Chilcott; Kennebec, by W. B. Lap- 
ham; Lincoln, by Kendall M Dunbar; Oxford, by Arthur £. Forbes; Wash- 
ington, by George W. Drisko; York, by Frank H. Dexter; biographical 
sketch of H. W. Richardson, by Brown Thurston; of Joseph B. Hall, by 
Oeorge E. Brackett. 

Haihe State College of Agbiculturb and the Mechaivic Arts. 
Orono, Maine. 
Provisionally endowed by Congress, 1862. Accepted by Legis- 
lature, 1863. Established by Public Laws, 1865. First college 
term opened Sept. 21, 1867. 

For an historical sketch of the State College, by S. L. Boardman. See 
Report Maine Board of Agriculture, 1876, pp. 20S-220. 



84 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Maike State College, Continued. 

CATALOGUES. 

Catalogae of the officers and students of the State College of Agri- 
culture and the Mechanic Arts, Orono, Maine. 1868. Bangor: 
Benjamin A. Burr, Printer. 1868. 8yo. pp. 13. [6184 

Catalogue of the State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic 
Arts, Orono, Me., January, 1870. Augusta: Sprague, Owen 
& Nash, Printers to the State. 1870. 8vo. pp. 6. [6185 

Catalogue of the State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic 
Arts, Orono, Me., January, 1871. Augusta: Sprague, Owen & 
Nash, Printers to the State. 1871. 8vo. pp. 8. [6186 

Catalogue of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts, Orono, Me., November, 1871. Augusta: Sprague, 
Owen & Nash, Printers to the State. 1872. 8vo. pp. 12. [6187 

Catalogue of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts, Orono, Me., 1872-73. Augusta: Sprague, Owen & 
Nash, Printers to the State. 1872. 8vo. pp. 10. [6188 

Catalogue of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts, Orono, Maine, 1873-74. Augusta: Sprague, Owen 
& Nash, Printers to the State. 1874. 8yo pp. 15. [6189 

Catalogue of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts, Orono, Me., 1874-75. Augusta: Sprague, Owen 
A Nash, Printers to the State. 1874. 8yo. pp. 11. [6190 

Catalogue of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts, Orono, Me., 1875-76. Augusta: Sprague, Owen & 
Nash, Printers to the State, 1875. 8vo. pp. 11. [6191 

Catalogue of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts, Orono, Maine. 1876-77. Augusta: Sprague, Owen 
&; Nash, Printers to the State. 1876. 8vo. pp. 14. [6192 

Catalogue of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts, Orono, Me., 1877-78. Augusta: Sprague, Owen & 
Nash, Printers to the State. 1877. 8vo. pp. 14. [6193 

Catalogue of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts. Orono, Me., 1878-9. Augusta: Sprague, Owen 
& Nash, Printers to the State. 1878. 8vo. pp. 15. [6194 

Catalogue of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts. Orono, Maine, January, 1880. Augusta: £. F. 
Pillsbury & Co., State Printers. 1880. 8vo. pp. 34. [6195 

Catalogue of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts. Orono, Maine. 1880-81. Augusta: Sprague & Son, 
Printers to the State. 1880. 8vo. pp. 35. [6196 

Catalogue of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts. Orono, Maine. 1881-82. Augusta: Sprague <& Son, 
Printers to the State. 1882. 8vo. pp. 36. [6197 



BIBLIOGRAPHT OF MAINE. 85 

Catalogue of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts. Orono, Maine. 1882-83. Augusta: Sprague & Son, 
Printers to the State. 1882. 8vo. pp. 36. [6198 

Catalogue of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts. Orono, Maine. 1883-84. Augusta: Sprague <& Son, 
Printers to the State. 1884. 8vo. pp. 47. [6199 

Catalogue of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts. Orono, Maine. 1884-85. Augusta: Sprague & Son, 
Printers to the State. 1884. 8vo. pp. 61. [6200 

Catalogue of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts. Orono, Maine. 1885-86. Augusta: Sprague <& Son, 
Printers to the State. 1886. 8yo. pp. 44. [6201 

Catalogue of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts. Orono, Maine. 1886-87. Augusta: Sprague & Son, 
Printers to the State. 1886. 8vo. pp. 56. [6202 

Catalogue of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts. Orono, Maine. 1887-88. Augusta: Burleigh & 
Flynt Printers to the State. 1888. 8vo. pp. 58, (1). [6208 

Catalogue of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts. Orono, Maine. 1888-89. Augusta: Burleigh A 
Flynt, Printers to the State. 1888. 8vo. pp. 60, (1). [6204 

Catalogue of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts. Orono, Maine. 1889-90. Augusta: Burleigh & 
Flynt, Printers to the State. 1890. 8vo. pp. 61 (2). [6205 

Catalogue of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts. Orono, Maine. 1890-91. Augusta: Burleigh & 
Flynt, Printers to the State. 1891. 8vo. pp. 65. [6206 

BEPOBTS. 

Annual Report of the State College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts. Augusta: Stevens & Say ward. Printers to the 
State. 1867. 8vo. pp. 29 (1). [6207 

Annual Reports of the trustees and treasurer of the College of 
Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts of the State of Maine. 1868. 
Augusta: Owen & Nash, Printers to the State. 1869. 8vo. pp. 19, 

[6208 

Annual Reports of the trustees and treasurer of the College of 
Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts of the State of Maine. 1869. 
Augusta: Sprague, Owen <& Nash, Printers to the State. 1870. 
8vo. pp. 30. [6209 

Annual Reports of the trustees, farm superintendent and treasurer 
ot the College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Art«, of the State 
of Maine. 1870. Augusta: Sprague, Owen & Nash, Printers to 
the State. 1871. 8vo. pp. 40. [6210 



86 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Mains State College, Continued, 

Annual Reports of the trustees, farm superintendent and treasurer 
of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts. 
1871. Published agreeably to a resolve approved February 25, 

1871. Augusta: Sprague, Owen & Nash, Printers to the State. 

1872. 8vo. pp. 36. [6211 
Annual Reports of the trustees, farm superintendent and treasurer 

of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts. 
1872. Published agreeably to a resolve approved February 25, 

1871. Augusta: Sprague, Owen & Nash, Printers to the State. 

1872. 8vo. pp. 44. [6212 
Annual Reports of the trustees, farm superintendent and treasurer 

of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts. 

1873. Published agreeably to a resolve approved February 25, 
1871. Augusta: Sprague, Owen & Nash, Printers to the State 
1873. 8vo. pp. 60. [6213 

Annual Reports of the trustees, president, farm superintendent 
and treasurer of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts. 1874. Published agreeably to a resolve approved 
February 25, 1871. Augusta: Sprague, Owen & Nash, Printers to 
the State. 1874. 8vo. pp. 68. [6214 

Annual Reports of the trustees, president, farm superintendent 

• and treasurer of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the 

Mechanic Arts. 1875. Printed agreeably to a resolve approved 

Febi-uary 25, 1871. Augusta: Sprague, Owen & Nash, Printers to 

the State. 1875. 8vo. pp. 60. (1 plate.) [6215 

Annual Reports of the trustees, president, farm superintendent and 
treasurer, of the State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic 
Arts. 1876. Published agreeably to a resolve approved February 
25, 1871. Augusta: Sprague, Owen & Nash, Printers to the State. 

1876. 8vo. pp. 76. (1 plate.) [6216 
Annual Reports of the trustees, president, farm superintendent and 

treasurer of the State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic 
Arts. 1877. Published agreeably to a resolve approved February 
25, 1871. Augusta: Sprague, Owen & Nash, Printers to the State. 

1877. 8vo. pp. 84. [6217 
Annual Reports of the trustees, president, farm superintendent and 

treasurer of the State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic 
Arts. 1878. Published agreeably to a resolve approved February 
25, 1871. Augusta: Sprague, Owen & Nash, Printers to the State. 

1878. 8vo. pp. 92. [6218 
Annual Reports of the trustees, president, farm superintendent and 

treasurer, of the State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic 
Arts. Orono, Maine, 1879. Published agreeably to a resolve ap- 
proved February 25, 1871. Augusta: E. F. Pillsbury and Co. 
State Printers. 1879. 8vo. pp. 103. [6219 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 87 

Annual Reports of the trustees, president, farm superintendent and 
treasurer, of the State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic 
Arts, Orono, Maine, 1880. Published agreeably to a resolve ap- 
proved February 25, 1871. Augusta: Sprague & Son, Printers to 
the State. 1880. 8vo. pp. 103. [6220 

Annual Reports of the trustees, president, farm superintendent and 
treasurer, of the State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic 
Arts, Orono, Maine, 1881. Published agreeably to a resolve ap- 
proved February 25, 1871. Augusta: Sprague & Son, Printers to 
the State. 1882. 8vo.pp.99. (1 plate.) [6221 

Annual Reports of the trustees, president, farm superintendent and 
treasurer, of the State College of ^Vgriculture and the Mechanic 
Arts, Orono, Maine, 1882. Published agreeably to a resolve ap- 
proved February 25, 1871. Augusta: Sprague & Son, Printers to 
the State. 1882. 8vo. pp. 148. [6222 

Annual Reports of the trustees, president, farm superintendent and 
treasurer, of the State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic 
Arts, Orono, Me., 1883. Published agreeably to a resolve ap- 
proved February 25, 1871. Augusta: Sprague & Son, Printers to 
the State. 1884. 8vo. pp. 102. (1 plate.) [6223 

Annual Reports of the trustees, president, farm superintendent and 
Treasurer of the State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic 
Arts, Orono, Me., 1884. Published agreeably to a resolve ap- 
proved February 25, 1872. Augusta: Sprague & Son, Printers to 
the State. 1884. 8vo. pp. 120. (1 plate.) Appendix. Laws re- 
lating to the college, and abstracts of theses, pp. 19. [6224 

Annual Reports of the trustees, president, farm superintendent and 
treasurer of the State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic 
Arts, Orono, Me., 1885. Published agreeably to a resolve approved 
February 25, 1871. Augusta: Sprague <& Son, Printers to the 
State. 1886. 8vo. pp. 88. (1 plate.) [6225 

Annual Reports of the trustees, president, farm superintendent and 
treasurer of the State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic 
Arts, Orono, Me., 1886. Published agreeably to a resolve ap- 
proved February 25, 1871. Augusta: Sprague & Son, Printers to 
the State. 1886. 8vo. pp. 62. (1 plate.) Appendix. Catalogue. 
188^^7. pp. 56. [6226 

Annual Reports of the trustees, president, farm superintendent and 
other officers of the State College of Agriculture and the Me- 
chanic Arts, Orono, Me., 1887. Published agreeably to a resolve 
approved February 25, 1871. Augusta: Burleigh & Flynt, Print- 
ers to the State, 1888. 8vo. pp. 40. (1 plate). Appendix. Cata- 
logue 1887-88. pp. 59. [6227 



88 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Maine State College, Continued. 

Annual Reports of the trustees, president and other officers of the 
State College of Afj^iculture and the Mechanic Arts, Orono, Me., 
1888. Published agreeably to a resolve approved February 25, 
1871. Augusta: Burleigh & Flynt, Printers to the State. 1888. 
8vo. pp. 66. (1 plate.) (1 engr.) Appendix. Catalogue. 1888- 
89. pp.61. [6228 

Annual Reports of the trustees, president and other officers of the 
State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts, Orono, Me., 
1880. Published agreeably to a resolve approved February 25, 
1871. Augusta: Burleigh & Flynt, Printers to the State. 1890. 
8vo. pp. 37. (1 plate.) Appendix. Catalogue, 1889-90. pp. 61. 
(2.) [6229 

Annual Reports of the trustees, president and other officers of the 
State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts, Orono, Me., 
1890. Published agreeably to a resolve approved February 26, 
1871. Augusta: Burleigh & Flynt, Printers to the State, 1891. 
8vo. pp. 71. (1 plan, 2 engr.) Appendix. Catalogue. 1890-91. 
pp. 65. [6230 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Maine State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts, Orono, 
Maine. Dedication of Coburn Hall, June 26, 1888. Augusta: 
Burleigh & Flynt, Printers to the State. 1888. 8vo. pp. 71. [6231 
Comprises the historical address of President Oak of the board of trustees; 
poem by Mrs. President Pemald; list of officers and Instructors in the 
college from its opening in 1867 to the present time ; report of building com- 
mittee; and speeches delivered on the occasion by Prof. F. L. Harvey, Hon. 
Samuel Llbby and Hon. H. M. Heath of the Senate and Dr. J. T. Gushing of 
the House of Representatives. 

BULLETINS. 

Bulletin of the Maine State College Laboratory of Natural His- 
tory. Vol. I. No. 1. November, 1888. A catalogue of the 
minerals and rocks in the museum. Augusta: Burleigh & Flynt, 
Printers to the State. 1888. 8vo. pp. 27. [6232 

Maine State College Agricultural Experiment Station. Reprint of 
bulletins 1-6. 1885-86. 8vo. pp. 15. [6233 

These were originally printed only in the Maine Farmer. 188&-8C. Date 
and place of publication of reprint not given. 

Bulletins 6*20 on single sheets of paper. 

Maine State College Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin 
No. 21. December, 1887. Condition of the station. 8vo. pp. 2. 

[6234 

Maine State College Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin 
No. 22. March, 1888. Organization and work of the station. 
8vo. pp. 7. [«235 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 89 

Maine State College Agricultural EzpeTiment Station. Bulletin 
No. 23. April, 1888. Fertilizers. 8vo. pp. 15. [6236 

Maine State College Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin No. 

24. May, 1888. Tests of varieties. Seeds and injurious insects. 
8vo. pp. 10. [6237 

Maine State College Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin No. 

25. August, 1888. Fertilizers. 8to. pp. 8. [6238 

Maine State College Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin No. 

26. October, 1888. Composition and digestibility of certain cat- 
tle foods. 8vo. pp. 16. [6239 

Maine Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin No. 1. Second 
series. [6240 

Maine Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin No. 2. Second 
series. The apple maggot. Potato rot. 8vo. pp. 7. [6241 

Beport of the Maine Fertilizer Control and Agricultural Experi- 
ment Station. Analysis of fertilizers for the months of April, 
May, and June, 1885. n. p. n. d. 8yo. pp. 23. [6242 

Annual Keport of the Maine Fertilizers Control and Agricultural 
Experiment Station. 1885-86. Augusta: Sprague & Son. Print- 
ers to the State. 1886. 8yo. pp. 87. [6243 

Annual Report of the Maine Fertilizer Control and Agricultural 
Experiment Station. 1886-87. Augusta: Sprague & Son, Print- 
ers to the State. 1887. Svo. pp. 145. [6244 

Annual Report of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts. Part II. Agricultural Experiment Station. 1888. 
Augusta: Burleigh & Flynt, Printers to the State. 1889. Svo. 
pp. 223. (37 engr.) [6245 

Annual Report of the Maine State College Agricultural Experi- 
ment Station, 1889. Bangor: Benjamin A. Burr, Printer. 1890. 
8yo. pp. 294. (5 plates. 12 engr.) [6246 

Annual Report of the Maine State College Agricultural Experiment 
Station. 1890. Bangor: B. A. Burr & Co., Printers. 1891. 
8yo. pp. 162. (2 plates, 33 engr.) [6247 

Maise State Gbanoe. Patrons of Husbandry, Organized 1874. 

Journal of Proceedings, first annual session, Lewiston, 1874: and 

second annual session, Bangor, 1875. Lewiston, 1876. 8vo. pp. 

51. [6248 
Third Annual Session, Waterville, 1876. Lewiston, 1877. 8yo. pp. 

45. [6249 

Fourth Annual Session, Saco, 1877. Bangor, 1878. pp. 36. [6250 

Fifth Annual Session, Gardiner, 1878. Bangor, 1879. 8yo. pp. 40. 

[6251 



90 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Maine State Gbanob, Continued. 

^Sixth Annual Session, Portland, 1879. Bangor, 1880. 8yo. pp. 40. 

[6252 

Seventh Annual Session, Waterville, 1880. Bangor, 1881. 8vo. pp. 

88. [6253 

Eighth Annual Session, Augusta, 1881. Bangor, 1882. 12mo. pp. 

52. [6254 

Ninth Annual Session, Lewiston, 1882. Bangor, 1883. 12mo. pp. 44. 

[6255 

^Tenth Annual Session, Bangor, 1883. Bangor, 1884. 12nio. pp. 88. 

[6256 

Eleventh Annual Session, Houlton, 1884. Augusta, 1885. 12mo. 

pp. 80. [6257 

^Twelfth Annual Session, Augusta, 1885. Farmington, 1886. 12mo. 

pp. 72. [6258 

Thirteenth Annual Session, Augusta, 1886. Lewiston, 1887. 12mo. 

pp. 74. [6259 

Fourteenth Annual Session, Skowhegan, 1887. Lewiston, 1888. 

12rao. pp. 84. [6260 

^Fifteenth Annual Session, Bangor, 1888. Lewiston, 1889. 12 mo. 

pp. 72. [6261 

Sixteenth Annual Session, Belfast, 1889. Lewiston, 1890. 12mo. 

pp. 72. [6262 

—Seventeenth Annual Session, Lewiston, 1890. Lewiston, 1891. 
12mo. pp. 70. [6263 

Eighteenth Annual Session, Skowhegan, 1891. Lewiston, 1892. 

12mo. pp. 72. [6264 

Nineteenth Annual Session, Lewiston, 1892. Lewiston, 1893. 12mo. 

pp. 82. [6265 

Register of the Maine State Grange, and list of officers of subordi- 
nate granges, for 1886. Farmington: Press of Knowlton, McLearj 
& Co. 1886. 12mo. pp. 29. [6266 

Maine State Seminabt. Lewiston. 1857-73. See Bates College. 

Ma LAN, Cesab Henbi Abb ah am. 1787-1864. Theologian, Geneva, 
Switzerland. 

Guests for the Marriage Supper. Translated, 1842. See Teaton, 
Mrs. Nancy B. 

The New Bartimius. Translated, 1843. See Yeaton, Franklin. 

Malecites. 

Acadian Indians near PentagoSt; also called Etechmins; part of 
Abenaquis tribes; at seige of Pemquit. ^ee Charlevoix, P. F. X. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 91 

Mallebt, Oarbick. 

The Fight with the Giant Witch. Am. Anthropol. 3:65. (1890.) 

[6267 
A FaBsamaquoddy Indian myth or folk-tale. 

Maltbt, John. 1795-1860. Clergyman, Bangor, 1834-60. 

Primitive and Modern Piety. A sermon delivered in Portland, at 
the ordination of the Rev. Cyrus Hamlin, missionary of the 
A. B. C. F. M., to Constantinople, October 3, 1838. By J. Maltby, 
pastor of the Hammond Street church, Bangor. Bangor: E. F. 
Daren. Samuel S. Smith, Printer. 1838. 8vo. pp. 40. [6268 

^The Offense. Discourse delivered in Bangor and Brewer, at the 

request of temperance associations, March, 1839. By Rev. J. 
Maltby, pastor Hammond Street church. Bangor: £. F. Duren. 
1839. 8vo. pp. 28. [6269 

Characteristics of the Times. A sermon preached in Bangor, on 

the day of the Annual Fast, Apr. 12, 1838. By J. Maltby, pastor 
of the Hammond Street church. Bangor: £. F. Duren. Sam. S. 
Smith, Printer. 1838. 8vo. pp. 30. [6270 

Impulses of Piety. Discourse preached in the Hammond Street 

church, Bangor, Feb. 18, 1844, by J. Maltby, pastor. Bangor: E. 
F. Duren. 1844. 8vo. pp. 16. [6271 

The Error and the Correction. Sermon in Hammond Street church, 

Bangor, Nov. 23, 1845. Bangor: S. S. Smith, Printer. 1846. 8vo. 
pp. 20. [6272 

God, Our Helper. Sermon delivered at the funeral of Joseph B. 

Folsom, in Bucksport, Me., June 9, 1854. By J. Maltby, pastor 
of the Hammond Street church. Sibell & Maigne, Printers, New 
York. 1854. 8vo. pp. 16. [6273 

Government. A sermon delivered in Hammond Street church, 

Bangor, on Sunday, July 20, 1856. By Rev. John Maltby. Pub- 
lished by request. Printed by S. S. Smith, 1856. 8vo. pp. 12. 

[6274 

*^For the Perfecting of the Saints; for the Edifying of the Body of 

Christ.'* A pattern church. By Rev. J. Maltby. Bangor: S. 
S. Smith, Printer. 1858. 8vo. pp. 20. [6275 

Address at quarter centennial anniversary of the Hammond Street 

Sunday-school, Bangor, Me. Dec. 7, 1858. Published in Bangor 

Times, and in the Whig and Courier, Dec. 7, 1858. [6076 

Theme, The elements of a well constituted family, or school, or govern- 
ment: love, aathority, obedience, piety. 

Heaven First. (Matt. 11: 33.) A sermon delivered at Portland, 

(State Street church) June 22, 1859, before the Maine Missionary 
Society, at its fifty-second anniversary. By John Maltby, pastor 
of the Hammond Street church, Bangor. Augusta: Elias G. 
Hedge A Co., Printers. 1859. 8vo. pp. 16. [6277 



92 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Maltby, Joh37, Continued, 

Address at the quarter-centennial anniversary of his pastorate of 

Hammond Street church, Bangor, July 24, 1859, containing his- 
tory and reminiscences, published in Bangor Times, July 26, 
1859. [62T8 

Commemorative Discourse on. I860. See Pond, Enoch. 



^In Memoriam of. 1860. See Shepard, George. 

Management of the Tongue, and Mobal Obsebveb (The). Bruns- 
wick, August, 1820. Published and Printed by Joseph Griffin. 
8vo. pp. 48. [6279 

Mandeville, Henby. 1804-58. Clergyman, Mobile, Ala. 

Review of his school readers. 1851. See Friend of Education. 

Manlet, Joseph Homan. 6. 1842. Lawyer, Augusta. 
Biography. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

How to Develope Maine. From the Kennebec Journal of October 

30, 1890. 4to. Broadside. (1890.) [6280 

Manlt, Basil, D. D. b. 1825. Clergyman, Charleston, S. C. 

Mercy and Judgment. A discourse containing some fragments of 

the history of the Baptist church in Charleston, S. C. Delivered 

by request of the corporation of said church, Sept. 23d and 30th, 

A. D. 1832. By Basil Manly, pastor, n. p. 1837. 8vo. pp. 80. 

[6281 
Biographical sketch of Rev. William Screven, formerly of Klttery, pp. 8-18. 

Mann, David, and family. Holden. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

Mann, Hobace, LL. D. 1796-1859. Educator, Boston, Yellow Springs, 
Ohio. 
The Necessity of Education in a Republican Form of Government. 
1844. See American Institute. 

Mann, Hobace. 

Capt. Cogan's Expedition to Pigwacket. 1722. N.E.Reg. 34:382. 
(1880.) [6282 

Mann, Miss Nancy. Castine. 

Sermon on. 1799. See Mason, William. 

Manning, Pbenticb Cheney, b. 1837. Portland. 

Editor. The Semi-centennial anniversary of the Free Street Bap- 
tist church, Portland, Me., September 26-27, 1886. Illustrated. 
1887. 8vo. pp. viii, 88. [6283 

(Eteverse.) One hundred and twenty-five copies. From the press of Brown 
Thurston & Co.« Portland. 

Mansell Family, on Penobscot River. (1888.) See Porter, J. W. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAU^E. 93 

Manbell, Joseph. Bangor. 

Affidavit 1831. £^ee Williamson, W. D. 

Mansfield, Daniel. H. 1810-55. Clergyman, Bangor. 

RoTised Edition. The American Vocalist. A selection of tunes, 
anthems, sentences and hymns old and new: designed for the 
church, the vestry, or the parlor. Adapted to every variety of 
metre in common use, and appropriate to every occasion where 
God is worshipped and men are blessed. From the compositions 
of Billings, Holden, Maxim, Ed son, Holyoke, Read, Kimball, 
Morgan, Wood, Swan, t&c., and eminent American authors now 
living, as well as from the distinguished European composers. 
Embracing a greater variety of music for congregations, socie- 
ties, singing schools and choirs, than any other collection extant. 
In three parts. By D. H. Mansfield. Boston: Published by W. 
J. Reynolds & Co., 24 Cornhill. 1849. Long roy. 8vo. pp. xvi, 
358. [6284 

Nearly one bandred thousand copies were sold in 1866. 

ALLIBOlfB. 

Funeral Discourse onJ 1855. See Knox, Loren L. 

Mansfield, John Bbainabd. 1826-88. Author, Baltimore. 

History and description of New England. 1859. See Coolidge, 
Austin J. 

^Personal Sketches of the members of the fortieth Congress of the 

United States of America. Maine delegation. By J. B. Mans- 
field and D. W. Kelsey. Baltimore: Published by the authors. 
1867. 12mo. pp. 12. [6285 

Contains sketcbes of William P. Fessenden, Lot M. Morrill, James G. 
Blaine, John A. Peters, Sidney Perham, Frederic A. Pike. 

Manson, J. C, M. D. 1830-85. Physician, Pittsfleld. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1885. See Gordon, S. C. 

Manteoazza, Paolo. 

Testa. A book for boys. By Paolo Mantegazza. Translated by 
the Italian class in Bangor, Maine, under the supervision of Luigi 
Yentira. Boston: D. C. Heath & Co. 1889. [6286 

Manteb, Ezba, M. D. 1811-81. Physician, Winterport. 

History of Howard Lodge, No. 60, of Free and Accepted Masons, 
Winterport, Maine. From its organization A. D., 1857, to January 
1, 1870. By P. M. E. Manter, M. D. Portland, Me.: Stephen 
Berry, Printer. 1874. 12mo. pp. 21. [6287 

History of Howard Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, Winter- 
port, Me. Continued from the end of the year 1869, at which 
time the former history closed. Bangor: Samuel Smith & Son, 
Printers. 1831. 12mo. pp. 10. [6288 



94 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF JfAlNE. 

Manual of Congbsoationalism (A). Prepared for the General Con- 
ference of the Congregational churches of Maine, and recom- 
mended by that body to the consideration of the churches. 
Portland: Hyde and Lord, 1848. 12mo. pp. 108. [6288a 

Manttal of Devotion. 1 852. See Allen, Joseph H. 

Majhtal of Tehpebance (A), for every family who abhors the prac- 
tice of drinking or selling rum, and making men drunkards. 
Written by a clergyman. 

" Let all who may this little Manual read, 
Regard my solemn warning and take heed ; 
From all intemperance you must tnm with scorn, 
Or rue the day that ever you were bom. '* 

Portland: Brown Thurston, Printer. 1852. 16mo. pp. 36. [6289 

Mabblb, Albebt Pbebcott, Ph. D. Educator, Worcester, Mass. 
Greography of Maine: a supplement to the eclectic series of geog- 
raphies. Copyright, 1880, by Van Antwerp, Bragg and Co. 
(Chicago.) 4to. pp. 10. (Map and illus.) [6290 

^Maine: Its geography and history. Worcester Society of Antiquity 

Proc. 6: 29. (1883.) [6291 

Contains many inaccuracies. 

The same. Reprinted from the proceedings of the Worcester So- 
ciety of Antiquity for 1883. Worcester: Printed by Daniel Sea- 
grave, No. 442 Main Street 1881. 8vo. pp. 22. [6292 

Mabden, George Nathaniel. 6. 1836. Clergyman, Orland, Farm- 

ington, 1865-75. 

A Sermon preached at the funeral of the Rev. Isaac Rogers, of 

Farmington, Maine, February 18th, 1872, by George X. Marden, 

* pastor of the Congregational church. Farmington: Printed at 

Novelty Job Press. 1872. 8vo. pp. 15. (Port.) [6293 

Mabgabet H aires. (A tale.) 1838. See Smith, Mrs. £. O. 

Mabia*s Rewabd. Portland: Shirley & Hyde. 1828. 16mo. [6294 

Mabiaville. Incorporated 1836. 

Sermon, ordination of Rev. Wilson C. Ryder. 1830. See Gilpat- 
rick, James. 

Mabineb^s Libbabt (The), or voyager's companion. Containing the 
most popular narratives of the most popular voyages, from the 
time of Columbus to the present day: with accounts of remarka- 
ble shipwrecks, naval adventures, the whale-fishery, Ac: the 
whole interspersed with numerous sketches of nautical life, and 



BIBLIOGBAPHY OF MAINE. 95 

illustrated by fine engrayings. Boston: Printed and Published 
by G. Gaylord. 1834. 8vo. pp. 403. [6295 

llie Spanish Wreck, giving an account of Sir William Phips, p. 23. 

Mabks, David. 1805-45. Clergyman, OberliUf O. 

The Life of David Marks, to the 26th year of his age. Including 
the particulars of his conversion, call to the ministry, and labours 
in itinerate preaching for nearly eleven years. Written by him- 
self. 

"The Lord said onto me, say not, I am a child; for thou shalt go to all that 
I shall Bend thee, and whatsoever I command thee, thou shalt speak.*' 

Jer. 1 : 7. 
** Wherefore I will not be negliiicent to put you always in remembrance of 
these things.*' ** Yea, I think it meet, as long as lam In this tabernacle, to 
stir yon up.'* 

2 Pet. 1:12,13. 

Limerick, Maine: Printed at the Office of the Morning Star. 1831. 
12mo. pp. 386. (Port) [6296 

^A Scriptural Catechism, designed to assist young persons in obtain- 
ing a knowledge of God, and his requirement. Limerick, Me. : 
Published by David Marks for the Free Will Baptist Connection. 
1833. [6297 

Mabrett, Miss Maby £. 

Standish Records. Contributed by Miss Mary £. Marrett. Marriages, 
recorded in the church book, page 300. Me. Rec. 5: 233. (1888.) 

[6298 
Habbow, Zelotes Auousttts. Winthrop. 

Self Defense. By Z. A. Marrow, n. p. n. d. (1875.) 8yo. pp. 20. 

[6299 

-^— A Memoir of Zelotes Augustus Marrow, of Winthrop, Maine. 
Written by himself. Augusta: Kennebec Journal Print. 1886. 
12mo. pp. 195. [6300 

Mabsh, Colonel. 

Sent to build fort at Saco. See Charlevoix, P. F. X. 

Mabsh, John, D. D. 1788-1894. Clergyman, New York. 

The Napoleon of Temperance. Sketches of the life and character 
of the Hon. Neal Dow, mayor of Portland, and author of the 
Maine Liquor Law. With a portrait. Prepared for the American 
Temx>erance Magazine, by Rev. John Marsh, corresponding 
secretary of Am. Temp. Union. With an appendix containing 
the law, Mr. Dow's report, (fee, <fec. New York: Published and 
for sale at the office of the American Temperance Union, 149 
Nassau Street. 1850. 8vo. pp. 24, 8. [6301 

Temperance Recollections. Labors, defeats, triumphs. An auto- 
biography. By John Marsh, D. D., secretary of the first three 



96 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINS. 

Marsh, John, D, D., Continued. 

national conventions, and thirty yearn corresponding secretary 

and editor of the American Temperance Union. 

Quorum para fui,-^We apeak that we do know, and testify that we have 
seen. 

JOH>'. 

New York: Charles Scribner & Co., 654 Broadway. 1866. 12mo. 
pp. 373. (Port.) [6302 

Contains an account of Neal Dow and of the Maine Law. 

Majbsh, John. 1740(?)-1814. Orono. 

Petition of John Marsh of Orono. 1793. Bang. U. M. 5:237. 
(1890.) [6303 

For conflrmatton of title of Marsh Island. 

Sketch of. 1888. See Porter, J. W. 

Mabsh, Joseph. 

The World's End in 1843. By Joseph Marsh, editor of the Christian 
Palladium. Portland: 1843. 32mo. pp. 11. [6304 

Mabshall, Albebt Quincy, M. D. 1836-80. New Gloucester. 
Biographical Sketch of.' 1880. See Beede, J. W. 

Mabshall, Joel M. 6. 1834. Lawyer, Buxton. 

A Report of the proceedings at the celebration of the first centennial 
anniversary of the incorporation of the town of Buxton, Maine, 
held at Buxton, Aug. 14, 1872; being a full account of the exer- 
cises of the day — historical address, oration, poem, toasts, and 
letters received relating thereto, with an appendix, containing 
genealogical sketches of the pioneers of the town and a list of the 
Revolutionary soldiers from Buxton, as far as can be ascertained. 
By J. M. Marshall. Portland: 1874. 8vo. pp. 228. [6305 

Biographical Sketch of William Sweat, M. D., HoUis, Me. Me. 

Med. Ass. Trans. 8: 158. (1883.) [6306 

Mabshall, John, LL. D. 1755-1835. Chief justice of the United 
States. 
The Life of George Washington. Philadelphia: 1804. 5 vols. 8vo. 

[6307 

Atlas accompanying the same. Philadelphia, n. d. 

Contains a map of the country which was the scene of operations of the 
northern army. Including the wilderness throagh which Gen. Arnold marched 
to attack Quebec. 

Mabshall, Nathaniel Gbawt. 1812-82. York. 

An Address delivered at the dedication of the new town hall in 
York, Maine, on Monday evening, Fehruary 23, 1874. By the 
Hon. Nathaniel 6. Marshall. By invitation of the York Associa- 
tion and the report of the association thereon. Portsmouth: 
Journal Steam Press. 1874. 8vo. pp. 31. [6308 



BIBLIOGRAPHT OF MAINE. 97 

Habshall, Samuel. 

A Treatise on the law of insurance. In four books. 1. Of marine 
insurance. 2. Of bottomry and respondentia. 3. Of insurance 
upon lives. 4. Of insurance against fire. By Samuel Marshall, 
Serjeant at law. First American, from the English edition; two 
volumes in one. Boston: Printed by Manning & Loring for 
Daniel Johnson, of Portland. 1805. 8yo. pp. 759. [6309 

Mabston GSNSAL.OOT. 1888. See Marston, Nathan W. 

Mabbton, Nathan Washington. Lubec. 

The Marston Genealogy. In 2 parts. Dated at South Lubec, Me., 
January 25, 1888. 8yo. pp. xii, 584, (1). (Illus.; port.) [6310 

Mabtin, Mbs. Glaba Babneb. b. Portland, d. Boston, 1886. 

Mount Desert, on the Coast of Maine. Portland: B. Thurston and 
Company, Printers. 1867. 16mo. pp. 36. [6311 

The same. Second edition. Portland: Loring, Short and Harmour 

1870. 12mo. pp. 36. [6312 

^The same. (With additional matter.) . ^* Infinite riches in a little 

room.^* Portland: Loring, Short and Harmon. 1874. 12mo. pp. 
96. [6313 

The same. Fourth edition. 1877. 12mo. pp. 95. (Photographs; 

folded map.) [6314 

The same. Fifth edition. 1880. 12mo. pp. 95. [6:^15 

^The same. Sixth edition. 1885. 12mo. pp. 115. (Photographs; 

map in pocket.) [6316 

^The Story of Muff, a contribution for the fair of the Second Parish 

for the Pay son Memorial church. By Mrs. Clara Barnes Martin, 
n. p. n. d. 18mo. pp. 27. [6317 

At end. February, 1867. Press B. Thurston and Company, Portland. 

The Little Kortons. A summer's life. Portland: Loring, Short and 

Harmon. 1870. 16mo. pp. 284. (3 plates.) [6318 

Mabtin, Joseph Pluhb. 1759-1850. r. Prospect, now Stoc kton Springs, 
1784-1850. 
A narrative of some of the adventures, dangers, and sufferings of 
a Revolutionary soldier; interspersed with anecdotes of inci- 
dents that occurred within his own observation. Written by him- 
self. 

" Long sleepless nights in heavy arms I've stood. 
And spent laborious days in dust and blood. *' 

Pope's Homer. 

Hallowell: Printed by Glazier, Masters & Co. No. 1, Kennebec 
Row. 1830. 12mo. pp. 213. [6319 

Biographical Sketch of. 1876. See Williamson, Joseph. 

8» 



98 BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

Mabtik, Robebt, and Whitney, Geoboe Clinton. 

The Scholar's Exercise and Review, containing the principal rules 
of English grammar and arithmetic, and a key to many difficult 
questions in the latter. The whole designed for the use of 
schools and private instruction. By Robert Martin A G. G. Whit- 
ney. Brunswick: Noyes & Fairfield, Printers. 1831. 12mo. pp. 
168. [6320 

Mabtin, Robebt. 

History of Tranquil Lodge. No. 29, F. and A. M., Auburn, Maine. 
By Bro. Robert Martin, Lewiston, Maine.: Bro. Geo. A. Calla- 
han, Printer. 1876. 16mo. pp. 40. [6321 

"Maby, the Faithful Heabted." Pseud. See White, Lucy. 

Masandonet. Indian chief. 

Sketch of. 1845. See Drake, Samuel G. 

Mason, Mbs. Claba Stevens Abthub. 1844-84. 5. Eastport. 

Cherry Blooms of Teddo. Boston: D. Lothrop <& Co. 1881. 12mo. 

pp. 140. [6322 

The themes of the earliest poems were taken from Eastport and its vicin- 
ity. 

Mason, E. 

J^istory of the old meeting house, North Yarmouth. O. T. 2: 17. 

[6323 
Mason, James. 1708-1801. North Yarmouth. 

Sketch of. 1890. See Loring, Amasa. 

Mason, Javan Knapp, D. D. b. Bethel. 1817. r. Maine until 1887. 
Youth and Age. An hour with Sabbath school children. By Rev. 
J. K. Mason. Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1850. 18mo. 
pp. 30. [6324 

^The Sword. A sermon preached at Hampden, Maine. By J. K. 

Mason, pastor of the Congregational church and society, April 
28, 1861. Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1861. 8yo. pp. 
23. [6825 

The Religion of Principle as Possessing Characteristics Adapting 

It to This Time, and to All Times. Jer. 12:5. Sermon at the 
sixty-third anniversary of Maine Missionary Society, at Yarmouth. 
Portland: B. Thurston and Company, Printers. 1870. 8vo. pp. 14. 

[6326 

The International Penitentiary Congress in Relation to Crimes 

and Prisons. Augusta. 1872. Sprague, Owen and Nash, State 
Printers. 8vo. pp. 12. [6327 

Monuments: A temperance discourse. Printed at the office of the 

Rockland Gazette. Z. Pope Vose. Rockland. 8vo. pp. 16. [6328 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 99 

r 

^The Great Commission and Promise: A discourse by Rev. Javan 

K. Mason, on the quarter centennial of his ordination. Preached 
at Thomaston, Me., January 24, lt574. Printed for the friends in 
his latter and former parishes. Rockland: Yose &, Porter, 
Printers. 1874. 8vo. pp. 14. * [6329 

^A Completed Life. A discourse. ** In memoriam '^ of Rev. Richard 

Woodhull, by Rev. J. E. Mason. Preached at Thomaston, Nov. 
27, 1873. Printed for the friends. Rockland: Yose <& Porter, 
Printers. 1874. 8yo. pp. 15. [6380 

Prison and Prison Discipline. An address delivered in Representa- 
tives' Hall, Augusta, Maine: In convention of sheriffs, county 
commissioners, prison inspectors and friends of prison reform, 
January 26, 1876, by Rev. J. K. Mason, D. D. Augusta: Printed 
at the Kennebec Journal Office. 1875. 8vo. pp. 22. [6331 

The State Penal and Charitable Institutions of Maine. Bulletin de 

la Society G^n^rale des Prisons. Paris, France. Augusta: 
Printed at the Kennebec Journal Office. 1881. 8vo. [6332 

Mason, John. d. 1635. Founder of New Hampshire. 

Grant to. 1634. Bee Hazard, Ebenezer. 
Grant to, of New Hampshire and Masonia. 1635. Set same. 

Mason, John. 1707-60. English clergyman. 

Self-knowledge. A treatise shewing the nature and benefit of that 
important science, and the way to attain it Intermixed with 
various reflections and observations on human nature. By John 
Mason, A. M. 

The proper knowledge of mankind is man. 

POPE. 

The first Portland from the the twelfth London edition. Printed 
for Daniel Johnson, Portland, and John Johnson, Hallowell. 
1807. J. M'Kown, Printer. 16mo. pp. 176. [6333 

Mason, John, M. D. 1800-71. Physician, Bangor. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1872. Bee Harvard College. 

Mason, Mosss, Jb. 1757-1831. Bethel. 

An Oration pronounced before a respectable audience at Bethel, 
(Maine). In commemoration of our National Independence, 
July 4, 1809. By Moses Mason, Junior. 

" Where Liberty dwells, there Is my country." 

Franklin. 

Sutton, Massachusetts: Printed by Sewall Ooodridge, for 
Edmund Chapman— Bethel. 1810. 12mo. pp. 12. [6334 

Mabon, William. 1764-1847. Clergyman, Castine, 1793-1834. 

A Sermon, delivered as Castine, Jan. 13, 1799. Being the Sabbath 
subsequent to the interment of a young lady of that town, who 



100 BIBLIOOBAPHT OF MAINE. 

MA80N, William, Continued. 

died in the 20th year of her age. By William Mason, A. M., 
pastor of the church in Castine. Printed at Castine, (Maine) 
By David J. Waters. MDCCIX. 8to. pp. 17. [6385 

Hie subject was Miss Nancy Mann. 

^Fast Day Sermon at Castine. 1800. 

Sketch of. 1887. See Porter, J. W. 

Masonic ToKSK. Portland: 1867, 1891. (Still continued.) SeeBerrj, 
Stephen. 

Massachusetts. 

Order in Council, June 20, 1686, that the fort and country of Pema- 
quid, in regard to the distance from New York, be for the future 
annexed to the government of New England. Mass. Hist. Soc. 
Coll. 3d ser. 7:160. (1838.) [6336 

^Answer of the agent of Massachusetts, to the complaint of Sir 

Edmund Andros, 1688. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 5: 389. (1857.) 

[6337 

Indian Grants and Conveyances. Forasmuch as there have been 

many disputes and controversies for a long time, concerning the 
titles to a great part of the lands in the eastern part of this 
province; many of which are claimed by virtue of ancient grants 
and conveyances from the native Indians, most of which contro- 
versies are occasioned by said conveyances; and many of them 
are still subsisting, to the great disquiet and vexation of such as 
are concerned in those titles; and since the acts and laws of the 
several governments of the said colonies of New Plymouth, the 
Massachusetts Bay, and of this province, relating to such grants 
and conveyances, are in the hands of but few people, especially 
of those who are most nearly concerned therein ; It is therefore 
apprehended, that the printing and dispersing of extracts and 
collections of those acts, laws and orders, made from the first 
and earliest settlement of those colonies, down to the present 
times will be of considerable service to the concerned, more 
especially such of them as dwell in those eastern parts, by giving 
them at once, a clear and full view of the laws, in any manner or 
degree effecting those conveyances and titles, as follows, viz: 
(Laws of Mass. Colony, Plymouth Colony, Mass. Province 
Act and Explanatory Act, all prohibiting the buying or hiring of 
land of the Indians.) (On the last page:) Boston, January 31, 
1763. " Voted by the Proprietors of the Kennebec Purchase from 
the late Colony of New Plymouth, that the foregoing remarks be 
printed. Thomas Marshall, Prop. CI.'' n. p. n. d. (1733.) 4to. 
pp. 4. [6338 



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^Massachusetts-Bay. Province of. Title to the country between 

the rivers Kennebec and St. Croix. Journal House of Represen- 
tives, 1762-63. Appendix. [6389 

The Proceedings of the General Assembly and of the Council, of the 

State of Massachusetts-Bay, relating to the Penobscot expedition : 
and the orders of the Continental navy-board to the commander 
of the naval forces. Together with the report of a committee 
appointed to enquire into the cause of the failure of the said ex- 
pedition. Published by order of the General Assembly. Boston: 
Printed by J. Gill, Printer to the General Assembly. 1780. 12mo. 
pp. 29. [6340 

Statement of the Kennebec claims by the committee appointed by 

a resolve of the General Court of the 28th of October, A. D. 1783. 
On the subject of unappropriated lands in the County of Lincoln; 
and, among other things, to ascertain the extent and authenticity 
of private claims to land in that county. Boston: Printed by 
Adams & Nourse, Printers to the General Court. M,DCC, 
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Resolves of the General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachu- 
setts, respecting the sale of eastern lands; from March 1, 1781 tn 
) June 22, 1803. (Monogram.) Boston: Printed by Toung and 
I Minns, Printers to the State. 1803. 8vo. pp. 287. [6342 

Order of Massachusetts to approve of a boundary commission to 

run line of New Hampshire. 1811. [6343 

Report of commissioners in 1811, appointed to adjust the contro- 
versy in regard to the titles to land at Pemaquid and the adjacent 
country; embracing the testimony and results. 1811. 12mo. 

[6344 

^Report of the executive committee of the Bible Society of Massa- 
chusetts, prepared for the anniversary of the society, June 2, 
1814. Boston: Printed by John Eliot, No. 5 Court Street. 1814. 
8vo. pp. 24. [6345 

ContaiDB an accoant of the capture of twelve hundred Bibles from an 
English vessel, and carried by a privateer into Bath. 

Report of the Legislature on the Hallowell and Augusta Bank. 

1816. 8vo. [6346 

Massachusetts election. First Monday in April, next. (1817.) 

American nominations. Major-general Henry Dearborn, for gov- 
ernor. Hon. William King for lieutenant-governor, n. d. n. p. 
8vo. pp. 24. [6347 

Contains a sketch of Gen. Dearborn, and of his services in the Quebec ex- 
pedition In 1775. 

Report of the commissioners appointed to settle the line between 

New Hampshire and Maine. Concord, N. H. 1828. 8vo. pp. [6348 



102 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Massachusetts, Continued, 

Seventh Annual Report of the commissioners of inland fisheries for 

the year ending January 1, 1878. Boston : Wright and Potter, 

State Printers, 19 Province Street 1873. 8vo. pp. 35. [6340 

Contains account by Charles G. Atkins of collecting salmon spawn on 
Penobscot River in 1871 and 1872. 

Massachusetts; colony of. (1862.) See Washburn, Emory. 

Massachusetts Historical Society. A century of existence. Me. 

Hist. Soc. Coll. 2dser. 1:216. (1890.) [6360 

Massachusetts Hohckopathic Medical Society. Boston. 

Address and Poem before, on the centennial birthday of Doctor 

Samuel Hahnemann, April 10, 1855. Boston: 1855. 8vo. pp. 52. 

[6351 
Address by William B. Payne, M. D., of Batb. 

Masse, Enbmond, S. J. French Missionary. 

Captured by Axgall. 1611. See Relations des J^suites. 
Carried to Mount Desert, 1613. See Parkman, Francis. 

Mastebman, Stillman. Scientist, Weld. 

Meteorology. Observations on thunder and lightning. Smith. Inst. 
Regt*s Rep. for 1855. p. 265. [6352 

Observations of natural phenomena. Smith. Inst. Regt's. Rep. for 

1857. p. 323. [6353 

The Zodiacal Light. Weld, Franklin County, Maine. Smith. Inst. 

Regt's. Report for 1857. p. 332. [6354 

Mabtebs, Andbew. 1794-1881. Hallowell. 

Obituary of. 1881. See Maine Farmer^s Almanac. 

Mathbb, Cottox, D. D. 1663-1728. Clergyman, Boston. 

Humiliations Followed with Deliverances. (A Serm. k 2 Chr. 12, 7.) 
With an appendix containing a narrative of wonderful passages 
relating to the captivity and deliverance of Hannah Swarton. 
Boston : Printed by Joseph Wheeler. 1697. 12mo. pp. 72. Anon- 
ymous. [6355 
The " Narrative '* is also printed in tbe Magnalla, vi, 10. 

Pietas in Patriam. The life of His Excellency Sir William Phips, 

Knt, Late Captain General and Oovernour in Chief of the Prov- 
ince of the Massachusetts Bay, New England. Containing the 
Memorable Changes Undergone, and Actions Performed by Him. 
Written by one intimately acquainted with Him. Discite Vir- 
tu tem ex Hoc, Yerumque Lahore m. London: Printed by Sam 
Bridge in Austin Friers, for Nath. Hiller at the Princess-Arms 
in Leaden-Hall Street, over-against St. Mary- Ax. 1697. sm. 8vo. 
(1) Commendation: pp. (1^). The Epistle Dedicatory, To His 
Excellency the Earl of Bellomont. April 27, 1697. Nath. Mather: 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 10$ 

pp. (1^). The Contents of the Sections: 1-100. The Life; pp. 
1-6. Lines upon his Death; (1-2). Books printed for Nathaniel 
Hiller. Anonymous. [6350 

Calef remarkB that Mather wrote this bookanonymouBly In order to praise 
himself. 

The same is also in Mather's Magnalia, 11, 86. 

-Magnalia Christ! Americana, or the Ecclesiastical History of New 
England, From its first planting in the year 1620 unto the year 
of our Lord. 1698. In seven books. 

I. Antiquities : in seven Chapters. With an appendix. 

II. Containing the lives of the Governours, and names of the 
Magistrates of New-England: in thirteen Chapters. With an 
appendix. 

III. The lives of sixty famous divines, by whose ministry the 
churches of New-England have been planted and continued. 

lY. An Account of the University of Cambridge in New Eng- 
land; in two parts. The first contains the laws, the bene- 
factors and vicissitudes of Harvard College; With remarks 
upon it. The second part contains the lives of some eminent 
persons educated in it. 

V. Acts and monuments of the Faith and order in the 
Churches in New England, passed in their synods; with his- 
torical Remarks upon those venerable Assemblies; and a great 
variety of Church Cases occurring and resolved by the synods 
of those Churches ; In four parts. 

YI. A Faithful Record of many Illustrious, Wonderful Provi-' 
dences, both of Mercies and of Judgments, on divers persons 
in New England. In eight Chapters. 

YII. The Wars of the Lord. Being a history of the manifold 
Afflictions and Disturbances of the churches in New England, 
from their Yarious Adversaries, and the Wonderful Methods 
and Mercies of God in their Deliverances. In six chapters. To 
which is subjoined, an Appendix of Remarkable Occurancea 
which New England had in the Wars with the Indian salvages 
from the year 1688, to the year 1608. By the Reverend and 
learned Cotton Mather, M. A. and Pastor of the North church 
in Boston, New England. London : Printed for Thomas Park- 
hurst, at the Bible and Three Crowns in Cheapside. MDCCII. 
folio, pp. 32,-38,-75,-238,-97,-100,-88,-124. [6857 

Each part has a separate title-pa^e and pagination. 

-The same, under the following title: 

Magnalia Christi Americana: or, the Ecclesiastical History of New 
England, from its first planting in the year 1620« unto the year of 
our Lord 1698. In seven books. By the Reverend and Learned 
Cotton Mather, D. D.— F. R. S. .\nd pastor of the North church 



104 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Mathsb, CoTTOir, D. D., Continued. 

in Boston, New-England. In two volumes. First American edition, 

from the London edition of 1702. Hartford : Published by Silas 

Andrus. Vol. I. Roberts and Burr, Printers. Vol. 11. Printed 

by G. Converse. 1820. 8vo. pp. 573, 595. [6358 

ConietUs relating to Maine. A Narrative of Hannah Swarton, containing 
wonderful passages relating to her captivity and her deliverance. Vol. II. 
p. 306; Casco Lost (1690), 622; Major Church's Expedition, 028; The Marty- 
dom of Mr. Shubaell Dummer, with the fate of York, (1692) 080; The Mem- 
orable Action at Wells, (1692) 032; The Fort at Femaquid, 036; The Submis- 
sion of the Eastern Indians, 042. 

-^—Compassions Called for. An Essay (Made at Boston, Lecture, 28 
d. 10 m. 1710) Of Profitable Reflections on Miserable Spectacles. 
To which is added A Faithful Relation of Some Late, but Strange 
Occurrances that call for an awful and useful Consideration. 
Especially, The Surprising Distresses and Deliverances of John 
Dean and company lately Shipwrecked on (Boon Island) a Deso- 
late Rock, on the Coast of New England. Boston: Printed by B. 
Green, for Eleazer Phillips, at his shop the south side of the 
Town-house. 1711. 12mo. pp. (2). Preface: pp. 3-44. The Text: 
pp. 45-48. An Appendix relating certain Modern and very Remark- 
able Occurrences. The Drinking A the Swearing Atheist Spoken 
to; p. 49. The Mariner CalPd Upon; pp. 50-60. A Relation of a 
Remarkable Deliverance, after a Shipwreck of Uncommon Dis- 
tress, received by Capt. John Dean and Company. (Communi- 
cated from himself.) Anonymous. [6359 

Edulcorator. A brief Essay on the Waters of Marah Sweetened. 

With a remarkable relation of the Deplorable Occasion afforded 

for it, in the Prsemature Death of Capt. Josiah Winslow, who 

(with several of his Company) sacrificed his life, in the service 

of his country; Engaging an army of Indians, May 1, 1724. 

Sane Vbti m«i me Participem ataluam. Mi vet uni Animm tmo Momento, una 
atiqua pia et Huicta Cogitaiio ex kt^us UbeUi Lectione exwrgat, 

Gbshard Med. 

Boston: Printer by B. Green. 1725. 16mo. pp. (6,) 88. pp. (1-4). 

[6360 

Dedication to the Honorable Col. Isack Winslow, and his Religions Con* 
sort; pp. 1-38. Text. 

Capt. Winslow and men were killed near Fort George, on the Georges 
River. 

Matheb, Increase, D. D. 1639-1723 Boston and Cambridge. 

A Brief History of the War with the Indians in New England. 
From June 24, 1675. (When the first Englishman was murdered 
by the Indians) to August 12. 1676. when Phillip, alias Meta- 
comet, the principal Author and Beginner of the Warr was slain. 
Wherein the Grounds, Beginning and Progress of the Warr, is 
summarily expressed. Together with a serious Exhortation to 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 105 

the InhabitantB of that Land. By Increase Mather, Teacher of a 

church of Christ, in Boston in Kew England. 

Lev. 26, 26. I will bring a Sword upon yoa, that shall avenge the quarrel 
of the Covenant. 

Psal. 107, 43. Whoso la wise and will observe these things, even they shall 
understand the loving kindness of the Lord. 

Jer. 22, 16. Did not thy Father do Judgment and Justice, and it was well 
with him? 

Seffnius irritant anitnM demista per ourtB, 
Quam qua mnt ocetUi9 commitsaJldeUbus, 

HOBAT. 

Lege Si$toriam nejku Hisioria. 

Cio. 

London, Printed for Richard Chiswell, at the Rose and Crown 
in St. Paul's Church-yard, according to the original Copy Printed 
in New England. 1676. 8vo. pp. 51. (Postscript pp. 8.) [6361 

^A Relation of the troubles which have happened in New England 

by reason of the Indians there. From 1614 to 1675. Boston: 
John Foster. 1677. sm. 4to. pp. 76. [6362 

Mathew, Geoboe E. and Bailet, Loring W. 

Remarks upon the age and relations of the metamophic rocks of 
New Brunswick and Maine. American Asso. Proc. 1869. pp. 
179-105. [6363 

The same. Reprinted in separate form. n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 16. 

Mathews, Samuel, Wobcbsteb. Hampden, Carihou. 

History of Mystic Lodge, No. 65, of Free and Accepted Masons, 
Hampden, Maine. From March 1st, 1857 to March 1st, 1875. By 
Samuel W. Mathews, P. M. Bangor: G. O. Bailey, Times Office. 
1875. sm. 8yo. pp. 27. [6364 

Mathews, Mbs. Sabah. Searsport. 

Sermon on. 1851. See Thurston, Stephen. 

Mathews, Shaileb. b. 1863. Professor Colby University. 

Select MedlaBval Documents and other material illustrating the 
history of the church and empire, 754 A. D.-1254, A. D. By 
Shailer Mathews, A. M., professor of history at Colby University. 
Silver, Burdett A Co., Publishers, Boston. 1892. 12mo. pp. 167. 

[6365 

Mathews, William, LL. D. b. Waterville, 1818. Author, Chicago, 
Boston. 

Henry W. Paine. (With portrait). Bay State Mo. 3:391. (1886.) 

[6366 
Mattawamkeag. Incorporated. 1860. 

History Pine Tree Lodge. 1873-92. See Smith, Geo. W. 



s 



106 BIBLIOOBAPHT OF MAINE. 

Mattocks, Chablbb Pobteb. b. 1840. Lawyer, Portland. 

Students' Expedition to the Bay of Fundy. University Q. 4: 236. 
(1861.) [6367 

^-'-Cotswold Sheep: their history, breeding and management. Chi- 
cago, 1878. Large 4to. pp. 9. Illustrated. Introductory essay to 
American Cotswold Record, Vol. I. [6368 

Regarded as an authority on the history and characteristics of this breed 
of sheep, by all American and Canadian breeders. 

^Present Condition of the State. Its agricultural, finan«}ial, com- 
mercial and manufacturing development. Advantages of the 
state as a summer resort. Augusta, 1885. 8vo. pp. 40. [6869 
CBapter on a^tcultural condition, pages 7-11. 

Maubault, J. a. 

Historic des Abenakis, depuis 1606 jusqu*& nos jours. Par V Abbe J. 

A. Maurault. 

" Lorsque sous la cuirasse d'acier vous decouvrirez an coeor anim^ d'ardeur 
pour la religion de J^sus-Christ, lorsque vous verrez apparattre ces homme 
qui se consacrent sans r^erve k la defence de la religion, renon$ant k tont ca 
qne peut offrir le monde, plus doux que les agneaux, plus conrageux que lea 
lions, selon une parole de Saint-Bernard, alors vous serez rempli de joie.*' 
Balm^s, Le Protes., compart avec le Catho., Vol. U, p. 37. 

Imprim^ a Tatelier typographique de la '^Gazette deSorel.** 1886. 
8vo. pp. (5), X, (1), 631, (7). [6370 

Gives account of mission of Dreuilletes to Maine, 1646-47. 
Notices St. Castln and states that he returned to France in 1703, and that 
he died at Beam, in 1722. 

Mavebick, Samuel. 1602-70. Colonist. 

A Brief Description of New England^and the several townes therein; 
together with the present government thereof. N. £. Reg. 30: 38. 
(1886.) [6371 

Communicated by Henry F. Waters, A. B., London, Eng., from Egerton 
MSS. British Museum, sm. 397-411. 

Although it bears neither name or date, there is internal evidence that it 
was written in the year 1660, by Samuel Maverick, afterwards one of the 
King's commissioners. 

^Thesame. Mass. Hist. Soc. Proc. 1885. 2d ser. 1:231. (1885.) 

That portion relating to Maine settlements, viz. " Pemaquid, Sagadahocke 
Casco Bay, Richmond Island, Black Point, Saco, Wells, Bristol, now Yorke, 
Nlchiquiwanick and Isle of Shoales, " published In Maine Bee. 1 : 166. 
(1884.) 

Maxim, Abbaham. 1773-1829. Teacher and musical composer. 

The Northern Harmony; being a collection from the works of 
many approved authors of sacred music: containing: 1. The 
rudiments of music laid down in a plain and comprehensive man- 
ner. 2. Psalm and hymn tunes, adapted to the various metres- in 
common use, together with several anthems, calculated for the 



BIBLIOGKAPHY OF MAINE. 107 

use of music schools and religious societies. By Abraham 
Maxim. 1805. [6872 

^The same. Second edition. 1808. 

The same. Third edition, corrected, improved and enlarged. 1810." 

^The same. Fourth edition, corrected, improved and enlarged. By 

Abraham Maxim and Japheth C. Washburn. 1816. pp. 256. 

[6873 
^The Oriental Harmony: being an oriental composition, in three 

parts. Part 1. The rudiments of music, or rules for learners. 
Part 2. Psalm and hymn tunes of various metres. Part 8. An- 
thems. Designed chiefly for the use of singing societies and 
worshipping assemblies. By Abraham Maxim. 1802. [6874 

He composed over fifty tunes, several of which were named for Maine 
to^pms. Among them, " Hallowell " and ** Portland ** were qaite noted in 
their day. 

Maxim, Ephbaim. 1809-86. Journalist, Waterville. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1887. See Lapham, W. B. 

Maxim, Silas Packard, b, 1827. Paris. 

History of Paris. 1884. See Lapham, William B. 

Maxwell, Albebt, akd Bbadt, Robbbt, Jb. 

The Roster and Statistical Record of Company D., 11th Maine Vet- 
erans, with a sketch of its services in the war of the Rebellion. 
8vo. pp. 88. [6875 

Mazwbll, David. 

Roll of Lieut. David Maxwell's detachment of infantry from the 4th 
regiment of Brigadier General Samuel Leighton*s brigade in 
Major General Ichabod Goodwin's division, August, 1814. Me. 
Biog. 2: 88. (1877.) [6876 

Maxwell, Gebshom, and family. Wells. 1887. See Drummond, J. H. 

Maxwell, Mbs. 8. C. Fabley. 

Our Mother: A memorial of Mrs. S. C. Farley Maxwell. Boston: 
1866. 12mo. pp. 812. . [6877 

One chapter relates to her life at Norridgewock. 

Mat, Miss Cabolike. b. 1820. Author, New York. 

The American Female Poets: with biograhical and critical notices. 
By Caroline May. PMla<felphia: Lindsay A Blakiston. n. d. 
(Copyright, 1848.) 8vo. pp. 550. (lUus.) [6878 

Contains poems by Luella J. Case of Portland, and sketch. 

Mat Floweb (The), as exhibited by the S. P. Society of the New 
Jerusalem church, at Mechanics hall. May 1, 1867. Portland: 
Stephen Berry, Printer. 1867. 12mo. pp. 12. [6879 



108 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Mat, Hbzekiah. 1774-1843. Clergyman, Bath, Marblehead. 

A Thanksgiving Sermon, preached at Bath, in the district of 
Maine, November 25, 1802. By Hezekiah May, A.. B., candidate 
|or the gospel ministry. Printed by E. A. Jenks; Gazette Office, 
No. 7, Fish Street, Portland, Maine. 1802. 8vo. pp. 28. [6S80 

A Oration delivered before the right worshipful master, wardens, 

and brethren of the Rising Virtue Lodge of Free and Accepted 
Masons, at Bangor, on the festival of St. John the Baptist, June 
24, 1808. By Hezekiah May, minister of the gospel. Augusta: 
Printed by Peter Edes. 1808. 8vo. pp. 16. [6881 

May, John Walkeb. 6. 1828. Lawyer, Auburn. 
Centennial Poem. 1871. See Winthrop. 

Inside the Bar, and other occasional poems. By John W. May. 

" AtU iiuanii homo, out vernu/aeU. " 

Horace. 

Portland, Me. : Hoyt, Fogg & Donham. 1884. 8vo. pp. 193. 

[6382 

May, Seth. 1802-81. Lawyer and justice Supreme Court, Winthrop, 
Auburn. 

In Memoriam. 1881. See Spaulding, Joseph W. 
^Proceedings on death of. 1883. See Androscoggin County. 

May, Sophie. Paeud. See Clarke, Rebecca S. 

Maybebby, Stephen Phinney. b. Gray. r. Cape Elizabeth. 

Upon the gradual approach of the sea upon the land. Smith. Inst. 
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Shell-heaps at the mouth of St. John^s River, Florida. Smith. 

Inst. Reg'ts. Rep. for 1877. p. 305. [6384 

Burning of Falmouth. 1775. Contributed by S. P. Mayberry. 

O. T. 6:823. (1882.) [6385 

A Witchcraft Deposition. 1692. Mag. Am. Hist. 9: 67. (1883.) 

[6386 

Early Records of Casco or Falmouth. N. E. Reg. 37: 306. (1883.) 

[6387 

Historical Sketches in New Gloucester. Me. Rec. 1:107. (1884.) 

[6388 
Frontier Garrisons reviewed by order of His Excellency the gov- 
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At Wella, York and Nechawamach (Berwick). 

Depositions. Me. Rec. 5: 161. (1888.) [6390 

Tames Andrews, Falmouth. Me. Rec. 5 : 244. (1888). [6391 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 109 

Maticb, Alfbbd Mabshall. b. 1886. Physicist, Hoboken, K. J. 

Editor. Sport with Gun and Rod in American Woods and Waters. 

Edited by Alfred M. Mayer. New York. n. d. (Copyright, 1888.) 

The Century Co. Long. 8to. pp. 888. [6392 

Contains Trout Fishing in Rangeley Lakes, by £. Seymour; Camps and 
Ttamps aboat Ktaadn, by Arbor Ilex. 

MATNABD, a. 

The New Maine Farmer's Almanac, for the year of the Christian 
era 1849: being the first after bissextile or leap year, and the 
seventy-third of the Independence of the United States of Amer- 
ica. Calculated for the New England States. By A. Maynard. 

(Illus.) 

As through tiie Zodiac moves the changing year, 
And varying stars go down and disappear ; 
The vernal gloom the summer suns destroy, 
And barren winter blasts the autumnal Joy; 
So change the human race around tiie ball, 
And gliding generations rise and fall. 

Belfast: H. G. O. Washburn. 12mo. pp. 46. (Illus.) [6898 

Mato, Miss Flobbnce. Belfast. 

The Superior Incisors and Canine Teeth of Sheep. A contribution 
from the zoological department, Harvard College. Bulletin of 
the Musuem of Comparative Zoology. 18: 247. (1880.) [6894 

Mato, £. P. 

Historical and Descriptive Sketch of Somerset County. 1889. See 
Howard, R. H. 

Mbacham, Kkxry H. 

The Empty Sleeve : or the life and hardships of Henry H. Meacham, 
in the Union army. By himself. Springfield, Mass.: Sold for 
the benefit of the author. Price 25cts. B. Thurston & Co. 
Printers, Portland, n. d. (1869.) 16mo. pp. 85. [6395 

Mead, Asa. 1792-1881. Clergyman, Brunswick. 3822-29. 

Sermon preached before the Cumberland Conference of Churches 
at their fourth annual meeting, Portland, January 11, 1826. By 
Asa Mead, pastor of the Congregational church, Brunswick. 
Portland: Printed by Shirley & Edwards. 1826. 8vo. pp. 80. 

[6396 
Sermon addressed to the temperate. By Asa Mead, pastor of the 
Congregational church, Brunswick. Published at the request of 
the Temperate Society, Bowdoin College. Portland: Shirley A 
Hyde. 1829. 8vo. pp. 28. [6897 

-A Sermon preached July 5, 1829, on taking leave of the First church 
and society in Brunswick. By Asa Mead, lately pastor of said 
church, Brunswick, Maine : John W. Moore, Printer. 1829. 8vo. 
pp. 12. [6898 



110 BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

Mbad, Edwin Doak. 6. 1849. Author, Boston. 

The Case of Mr. Blaine. An open letter to the Boston Advertiser. 

By an Independent. Boston: Republican State Committee. 1884. 

[6309 
Mechanics. 

Elevation of Mechanics. Addresses: delivered before the State 
Convention of Mechanics, at Bangor, August 11 &, 12, 1842, b 
John S. Sayward of Bangor, Charles Holden of Portland, Free- 
man H. Morse of Bath. To which are added addresses: delivered 
before the State Convention of Mechanics, at Augusta, October 
21 &, 22, 1841, by James R. Macomber of Bangor, Luther 
Severance of Augusta, Oliver Gerrish of Portland. Published by 
vote of the convention, held in August, 1842. Bangor: Smith &. 
Sayward . . . Printers. 1842. 12mo. pp. 112. [6400 
Oration before. 1815. /^ee Pope, Joseph. 

Mechanics Association. See Maine Charitable Mechanics Asso- 
ciation. 

Mechanics Absociation. Portland, Address before. 1831. See Neal, 
John. 

Medical School of Maine. Ste Bowdoin College. 

Medfobd. Incorporated 1824. 

Historical Account. 1880. 8ee Loring, Amasa. 

Means, James, d, 1832. Revolutionary officer, Westbrook. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1873. See Drake, Francis S. 

Meg ANTIC Lake. 1886. See Sportsman* s and Tourist* s Guidebook. 

Region of. 1888. See Haynes, George H. 
^Regions of. 1889. See Sweetser, M. F. 

Meoquibe, John Louvillb. 1794-1840. Lawyer, Portland. 

An Address, delivered in Gorham, at the consecration of Harmony 
Lodge, and the installment of its officers, in the presence of the 
Grand Lodge, Sept. 5, A. D. 1825. By Bro. John Louvllle 
Megquire. Together with the charge to the new lodge, by the M. 
W. Simon Greenleaf, Esq., G. M. Portland: Printed at the Mirror 
Office. 1823. 8vo. pp. 16. [6401 

Meios, Return Jonathan. 1740-1823. 

A Journal of occurences which happened within the circle of 
observation in the detachment commanded by Colonel Bene- 
dictine Arnold, consisting of two battalions, which were detached 
from the army at Cambridge, in the year 1775. By Major Ret J. 
Meigs, n. p. n. d. (1776.) 4to. pp. 11. [6402 

The same, under the following title: 

Journal of occurrences, which happened within the circle of my 
observation, in the detachment commanded by Col. Benedict 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. Ill 

Arnold, consisting of two battalions, whicH were detached from 
the army at Cambridge, in the year 1775. Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 
2d. ser. 2:227. (1814.) [6403 

Tblfl was printed in the Ck)llection8 from a manuscript found among the 
papers of Rev. Ezra Stiles, signed by Return J. Meigs. The Journal, which 
appeared originally in the year 1776, In a pamphlet of eleven pages, without 
place, date or printer's name, was essentially the same as that found in tli« 
Collections. A large part of it is printed in Almon*s Remembranceer for 
1776, pp. 296^1. Cent. Bibllog. Mass. Hist. Soc. 63. (1890.) It is also con- 
tained In the London Magazine, 46: 480, (1776), with ** A View of the Rivers 
Kennebec and Chaud6ire, with Col. Arnold's Route to Quebec," also in 
Robert Beaton's '* Naval and Military Memoirs of Great Britain, " (1804). 

The same, with introduction and notes. 1864. See Bushnell, 

Charles I. 

Mklcheb, Bubdus Rbdfobd. 1840-88. r. Maine until 1882. 

Educational Influences: (1), Of teachers. (2), Of the Schoolroom. 
(3), Of fellow pupils. (4), Of home. By B. Bedford Melcher, 
A. H., formerly principal of the Saco high school, and author of 
a '* Formula for Parsing Greek,'* and a ** Formula for Parsing 
Latin. '* Biddeford, Me.: Press of *'The Maine Sentinel.'' 
John Hanicom, Printer, 1884. 16mo. pp. 29. [0404 

Historical Address. 1884. See York Institute. 

Mbllen, Fbedbbic. 1804-34. Lawyer, Portland. 

Obituary Notice of. N. E. Mag. 7 : 263. (1834.) [6405 
Venetian Moonlight. 1836. See Stephens, Ann S. 

Mblleit, Gbobob S. 

A Lifetime In the Collection. 1000 choice receipts, mysteries and 
disclosures touching every branch of business and giving many 
important hints to all classes. (By George S. Mellen.) 1866. 

[6406 
Mbllbn, Gbexville. 1790-1841. r. Maine until 1828. 

An Address delivered before the Maine Charitable Mechanic Asso- 
ciation, for the benefit of the Apprentices library, Thursday 
evening, 8th November, 1821. By Grenville Mellen. Portland: 
Printed at the Argus OfBce by T. Todd & Co. 1821. 8vo. pp. 18. 

[6407 

Ode for the celebration of the Battle of Bunker Hill at the monu- 
mental stone, June 17, 1825, by Grenville Mellen. Boston: Cum- 
mings, Hilliard & Co. 1825. 8vo. pp. 16. [6408 

Favorably noticed by John Everett, In N. A. Rev. 22: 200. (1826.) 

—Address, delivered before the citizens of North Yarmouth, on the 
anniversary of American Independence: July 4, 1825. By Gren- 
ville Mellen. Printed by request of the committee of arrange- 
ments. Portland: Printed by D. & S. Paine. 1825. 8vo. pp. 20. 

[6409 



112 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Mbllsk, Gbbnvilijs, Continued. 

^The Best of the Nations: a poem, by Grenville Hellen. Portland: 

Hill, Edwards & Co., Printers, 1826. 8vo. pp. 28. [6410 

(Revene.) Pronoanced before the Peaoe Society of Maine, on the evening 
of the anniversary, May 10, 1826. (Pablished by request.) 

Our Chronicle of '26. A satirical poem. 

Mom, et ttudia, etpopuiot, et prmlia, Ae, 

ViBGIL. 

Yes— I have a trick 
Of the old rage : bear with me — I am sick ; 
I'll leave it by degrees,— Soft,— let us see ; 

Write— Lord have mercy on us 

Shakkspkars. 

Boston: Wells <& Lilly— Court Street 1827. 8vo. pp. 40. [6411 

Sad Tales and Glad Tales: By Reginald Reverie. 

This is a gift that I have— simple— simpljB— a foolish, extravagant spirit, 
full of forms, figures, shapes, objects, ideas, apprehensions, motions, resolu- 
tions : these are begot in the ventricle of memory, nourlsh'd in the womb 
of pia mater, and delivered upon the mellowing of occasion. 

Love*s Labour Lost. 

Boston: S. G. Goodrich, 141 Washington Street. MDCCCXXVIII. 
12mo. pp. vi, 185. [6412 

^The Red Rover. By the author of '*The Pilot," "Spy," etc. No. 

Am. Rev. 27:189. (1828.) [6413 

A review of Cooper's novel. 

Ode sung at North Yarmouth. 1831. S^ee Mellen, Prentiss. 



Satire upon his poetry. 1832. See Snelling, William J. 

^The Martyr's Triumph; Buried Valley; and other poems. By 

Grenville Mellen. Boston: Lilly, Wait, Coleman and Holden. 

1832. sm. 8vo. pp. 300. [6414 

Contains ** The Light of Letters,*' pronounced on the anniversary of the 
▲thenssan Society of Bowdoin College, Sept.. 1828; "The Rest of Em- 
pires," and '* Ode on the Celebration of the Battle of Bunker Hill.*' 

The Ruin of a Night. Ode. 1836. See Stephens, Ann S. 

Thoughts on viewing the mansion of Gen. Knox, 1839. See Clark, 

John A. 

Mellbn, Pbentiss, LL. D. 1764-1840. Lawyer and chief justice 

Supreme Court, r. Biddeford and Portland, 1792-1840. 

Charge of Chief Justice Mellen. n. t. p. (Portland.) 1830. 16mo. 

pp. 11. [6415 

This appears to be a temperance document, as the cover pages contain ad- 
vertisements of temperance books and an "Ode by Grenville Mellen, Esq., 
sung at the meeting of the C. C. Temperance Society, at North Yarmouth, 
AprU 28. 1830.'* 

The Past and the New Tear. 1836. See Stephens, Ann S. 

Memoir of. 1841. See Greenleaf, Simon. 

Obituary Notice of. Am. Q. Reg. 13: 438. (1811.) [6416 



BIBLIO0BAPHT OF MAINE. 113 

-Biographical Notice of. 1842. See Bradford, Alden. 
-Biographical Sketch of (With port.) 1863. See Willis, William. 
-Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 



'* Melville. " Paeud, 

One Hundred Cottage Stories for Boys. By Melville. 

** My mother pat in my way bright gems of truth and virtue when I was a 
boy, and I picked them up and preserved them to later years.*' 

Portland: Wm. Hyde & Son. 1851. 18mo. pp. 120. [6417 

One Hundred Cottage Stories for Girls. By Melville. 

"The child may play with letters of iron, but its play should be blended 
with instruction. Aim to instruct, and you will interest and educate the 
chUd. " 

Portland: Wm. Hyde <& Son. 1851. [6418 

My Own Cottage Stories for Summer Hours. By Melville. 

** Oh ! what is joy? how soon it fades, 
The childish visions of an hour. 
Though warm and brilliant are its shades, 
*Tis but a frail and fading flower. " 

Davidson. 

Portland: Wm. Hyde & Son. 1852. [6419 

My Own Cottage Stories for Winter Evenings. By Melville. 

" But me nor palaces nor satraps please : 
I love to look on happy cottages. " 

Elliot. 

Portland: Wm. Hyde A Son. 1852. sm. 8vo. pp. 124. [6420 

Melvin, James. 

** The Club. ** A journal of the expedition to Quebec in 1775, un- 
der the command of Col. Benedict Arnold. By James Melvin. 
New York: 1857. 8vo pp. 30. [6421 

The rarest of the publications of " The American Printing Club. *' It was 
privately printed before " The Club " took the name of *' The Bradford 
Club. " Dr. B. F. Hough prepared the manuscript, and after the work had 
become rare and famous, a number of copies were purchased of him at f 100. 
Note in catalogue of W. Elliot Woodward's 81st sale, 1886. 

The same, under the following title: 

A Journal of the expedition to Quebec in the year 1775, under 
the command of Col. Benedict Arnold. By James Melvin, a pri- 
vate in Captain Dearborn's company. Philadelphia: Printed for 
the Franklin Club. MDCCCLXIV. 8vo. pp. (2), iv, 84. f6422 

Memoibes de la Societe Roy ale dbs Antiquabies du Nobd, 1850- 

1860. 

Copenhague. Au s^cr^taire de la Soci^t^. De Plmprimerie de 

Thiele. 8vo. pp. 448. (Illus.) [6423 

On page 146 begins the " B^nce annuelle du 14 Mai, 1869. " On pages 162-165 
is a communication from " le Doctuer Auguste C. Hamlin, " of Bangor, on 
an inscription discovered by him on the island of Monhegan in 1866. (Illus.) 

9* 



114 BIBIilOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

MBMOIBES DBS COMMIBBABIBS DTT ROT BT DB CBUX DB 8A MAJBSTi. 

Brittannique, sur les possessions et les droits respectif s des deux 

Couroxmes en Amerique; avec les Actes publics A Pi^es justifi- 

catives. A Paris, De Timpremerie Royale. 1756-57. 4to. [6424 

Contains all the discuBsionB between the EnglUh and French commlsBion- 
en, respecting their respective possessions in America, after the peace of 
Aix-la-€hapelle. In the history of Maine, the work is invaluable. 

Stevens: Biblioth. Hist. 108. 

Mbmoibs op Amebican Missionaries formerly connected with the 

Society of Inquiry respecting missions in Andover Theological 

Seminary: history of society, Ac, Boston: Published by Peirce 

and Parker, No. 9 Gomhill. 1833. 12mo. pp. 367. (Port.) [6425 

Memoirs of Samael Newell and Samuel Munson of Maine. 

Mbhobanda of a Shobt Toub of Maine. 

Boston Mo. Mag. 2:33. (1826.) [6426 

Memobial (A), of the semi-centennial celebration at the founding of 
the theological seminary at Andover. Andover: Warren F. 
Draper. 1850. 8vo. pp. 8, 242. [6427 

Address of Rev. John W. Chickering, Portland, pp. 38 to 47. 

Memobials of Deceased Fbiends in Maine. See Friends. 

Memobial Sbbvices of George G. Meade Post, No. 1, Department of 
Pennsylvania, G. A. R., at Philadelphia, Pa. 1880. 12mo. pp. 96. 

[6428 
Oration of Governor J. L. Chamberlain, pp. 09-71. 

Memobials of English and Fbench Commissionebs concerning the 
limits of Nova Scotia, or Acadia. London: Printed in the year 
MDCCLV. 4to. pp. 771. (Map.) [6429 

Memobials of Judges Recently Deceased, graduates of Dartmouth 
College. 1880. Concord : Printed by the Republican Press Asso- 
ciation. 1881. 8vo. pp. vi, 139. [6430 

Among them are memorials of Samnel Sumner Wilde, LL. D., class of 1789, 
(who resided in Blaine, 179^1816) , by Nathan Crosby, LL. D. ; of Jonas Catting, 
LL. D., class of 1823, by John A. Peters, LL. D.; of Btber Shepley, LL. D., 
class of 1811, by James W. Patterson, LL. D.; and of George Foster Shepley, 
LL. D., class of 1837, by Daniel Clark, LL. D. 

Mbn of the Time. 

A Dictionary of contemporaries, containing biographical notices of 
eminent characters of both sexes. Eleventh edition. Revised 
and brought down to the present time by Thompson Cooper, F. 
S. A., author of ** AthensB Cantabrigienses,'* etc. London: Rout- 
ledge. 1884. [6431 
Notice of Neal Dow, p. 351. 

Mendall, D. J. Clergyman. Westbrook. 

The Adventures of Search-for-Life. A Bunyanic narrative, as de- 
tailed by himself. By D. J. Mendall, pastor of the First Univer- 



BIBLIOOBAPHY OF MAINE. 115 

salist society in Westbrook, He. Portland: S. H. Colesworthy. 
1838. 16mo. pp. 88. [6432 

Mbnou, Jules Ds. 

Preuves de Thistoire de la Maison de Menou. Paris, Typographic 

de Firmin Didot Fr^res, Imprimeurs de I'lnstitut, Rue Jacob, 56. 

MDCCCLII. 4to. pp. xj., (1), 216, (1). (3 pL, 2 engrav.) [6433 

XIV* Degr^. Charles de Menoa, chevalienr, selgneiir d'Anlnay, lieuten- 
ant g^n<&ral et goayernear de TAcadia et pays conflns, en la Nouyelle-France, 
pp. 166-109. 

Mbbohant, Matthew. Paeud. See Wood, W. S. 

Mebiam, Jonas. 1734-80. Clergyman, Newton, Mass. 

A Sermon, preached at Falmouth, at the ordination of the Reverend 
Mr. Samuel Dean, co-pastor of the First church there with the 
Revd. Mr. Thomas Smith, October 17, 1764. By Jonas Merlam, 
A. M. pastor of the church in Newton. Boston : Printed and 
sold by Peter Edes and Gill, in Queen Street, M, DCC, LXY. 
12mo. title-page and pp. (1), 5, 38. [6434 

Mbbbiam, Mathew, 1738-07, and Buckuinsteb, Jobbph, D. D., 1751- 
1812. 
Sermons preached to Joshua Abbott, at York, September 8, 1702 : 
preparatory to the sixth: the day appointed for his execution; 
when his pardon was publicly read by the minist er, at the desire 
of the sheriff, in the meeting-house, to a numerous assembly of 
people. By Mathew Merriam, of Berwick, and Joseph Buck- 
minster of Portsmouth, N. H. (Portsmouth, N. H.) Printed 
and sold by John Mycall. (1702.) Svo. pp. 83. [6435 

Abbott was convicted of murdering Moses Gaptall. 

Mbbbiam, Wijluam. Camden. 

Case of. (1877.) See Sprague, Peleg. 

Mbbbick, John. 1766-1861. Hallowell. 

Report of trial of David Lynn and others. 1800. See Lynn, David. 

^Address of the Kennebec Agricultural Society. Papers on Agri- 
culture, Mass. Soc. for Promoting Agriculture. 2: 0. (1800.) 

[6486 
^Memoir of. 1862. See Goodwin, Daniel R. 

^Notice of. 1876. See same. 



Mbrrick, J. Yatjohan. 

Obituary Notice of Daniel Raynes Goodwin, D. D., LL. D. (Read 
before the American Philosophical Society, November 7, 1800.) 
Proc. Am. Phil. Soc. 28: 227. (1800.) [6437 

Appendix A., contains a bibliography. 

^The same. Reprinted from Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc. Yol. XXYIII, 

Nov. 24, 1800. 8vo. pp. 15. [6438 



116 BIBLIOORAPHY OF MAINE. 

Mebbifield, Susanna B. B. 

The Tourmalines of Mount Mica. X. £. Mag. 2: 648. (1890.) 

[6439 
Mbbbill, Abthub B. Portland. 

Outline of a short elementary course in chemistry, by Arthur B. 
Merrill. Portland: Loring, Short & Harmon. 1879. 12mo. pp. 100. 

[64d9jfc 

Mbbbill , Caleb, and family. Bluehill. See Candage, R. 6. F. 

Mebbill, Daniel. 1765-1833. Clergyman, Sedgwick, 1793-1814, and 
1820-33. 
Mr. Merrill's Answer to the Christians and other inhabitants of 
Sedgwick ; also, the confession and covenant of the church of 
Christ in that place. Newburyport: Printed by Edmund M. 
Blunt, Xo. 8, State-Street 1801. 8yo. pp. 20. [6440 

Open CommuniQn with All who Keep the Ordinances as Christ 

Delivered Them to the Saints. Eight letters on open communion, 
addressed to Rufus Anderson, A. M. By Daniel Merrill, A. M. 
pastor of the church of Christ in Sedgwick. Boston: Printed 
and sold by Manning A Loring, No. 2 Comhill. 1805. 12mo. pp. 
iv, 5, 83, (1). [6441 

Twelve Letters, addressed to Rev. Samuel Austin, A. M., in which 

his vindication of partial washing for Christian baptism, con- 
tained in ten letters, is reviewed and disproved. By Daniel 
Merrill, A. M. pastor of the church of Christ in Sedgwick. 

In vain do they wonhip me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of 
men. 

Jesus Cubist. 
We unto you. lawyers! for ye have taken away the key of knowledge: ye 
entered not in yourselves, and them that were entering in ye hindered. 

Jesus Chsist. 

Boston: Printed and sold by Manning A Loring, No. 2, Comhill. 

1806. 12mo. pp. 95. [6442 

Answered in a pamphlet entitled " Mr. Merrill's Defensive Armor Taken 
from Him.'* 1806. See Austin, Samuel. 

The Gospel Rangers. A sermon delivered at the ordination of 

Elder Henry Hale. By Daniel Merrill, A. M., pastor of the church 
of Christ in Sedgwick. \, 

Art thou he that troubles Israel? 

I have not troubled Israel; but thou avd thy father's house, in that ye have 

forsaken the commandments of the Lord. 

Elijah. 

The Lord gave the word : great was the company of those who published 

it. 

David. 

Buckstown: Printed by William W. Clapp. 1807. 8vo. pp. 36. 

[6443 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 117 

-The same. Second edition. Springfield: Printed by Henry Brewer. 
1807. 8vo. pp. 20. [6444 

-Letters occasioned by Rev. Samuel Worcester's two discourses on 
the perpetuity and provision of God's gracious covenant with 
Abraham and his seed. Detecting, by plain Scripture, stubborn 
facts, and sober reason, some of his gross misrepresentations, 
unfounded assertions, and sophistical arguments. By Daniel 
Merrill, A. M. pastor of the church of Christ in Sedgwick. 

my people 1 they which lead thee cause thee to err, and destroy the way 
of thy paths. 

Isaiah 3; 12. 

1 am against them that prophesy false dreams, said the Lord, and do tell 
them, and cause my people to err by their lies, and by their lightness. 

Jeremiah 23: 32. 

Even from the days of your fathers ye are gone away from mine ordinances 
and have not kept them. 

Malachi3:7. 

Boston: Printed and sold by Manning & Loring, No. 2, Comhill. 
1807. 12mo. pp. 92. [6446 

-The Second Exposition of some of the false arguments, mistakes 

and errors of the Rev. Samuel Austin. Published for the benefit 

of the public. By Daniel Merrill, pastor of the church of Christ 

in Sedgwick. 

And in the days of these Kings shall the God of heaven set up a Kingdom, 
which shall never be destroyed : and the Kingdom shall not be left to other 
people, but it shall break ln*pleces and consume all these Kingdoms, and It 
shall stand forever. 

Daxibl. 

Another parable spake he unto them, the kingdom of heaven is like unto 
leaven, which a woman took and hid in three measures of meal,till the whole 
was leavened. 

Jesus Christ. 

Buy the tnUhi and sell it not. 

Solomon. 

Boston: Printed and sold by Manning A Loring. No. 2, Cornhill. 
1807. 12mo. pp. 68. [6446 

•The Christian Banner. A sermon preached before the Lincoln 

Baptist Association, and at their request made public. 

"The kingdom of heaven is like unto leaven, which a woman took, and 
hid in three measures of meal, till the whole was leavened. '* 

JESCS Christ. 

Ye men of Israel, take heed to yourselves what ye intend to do as touch- 
ing these men. For if this counsel or this work be of men, it will come to 
naught; but if it be of God, ye cannot overthrow it: lest haply ye be found 
even to fight against God. 

Gamalikl. 

Boston: Manning A Loring, Prs. 1807. 12mo. pp. 24. [6447 



118 BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAIKE. 

Mebbill, Danoel, Continued. 

The Kingdom of Heaven, distlDguished from Babylon. A sermon 

delivered at the introduction of the Lincoln Association, Sept. 

21-22, 1808. 

" Say ye not, a Confederacy." 

I8a.8:12. 
** Let U8 build with yon ; for we seek your God aa ye do.*' 

Babylonians. 
" Ye have nothing to do with na to build an houae unto our God." 

Israelites. 

Ezra 4: 2,3. 

Buckstown: William W. Clapp, Pr. 1810. 8vo. pp. 28. [0447a 

^The Mode and Subjects of Baptism Examined in Seven Sermons, to 

which is added a brief history of the Baptists, by Daniel Merrill, 
A. M., pastor of the church of Christ in Sedgwick. 
** Doth our law judge any before It hear him, and know what he doeth?*' 

NiOODXMUS. 

"Whosoever he be of you that forsake not all that he hath, he cannot 
be my disciple. " 

Jesus Christ. 

Salem : Published by Josh ua Gushing. Price — cts. 12mo. pp. 
138. [6448 

——The Mode and Subjects of Baptism Examined, in seven sermons. 
To which is added, a miniature history of the Baptists. By 
Daniel Merrill, A. M. pastor of the church of Christ in Sedgwick. 
Tenth edition. Boston: Printed and sold by Manning A Loring, 
No. 2, Comhill. Sept, 1812. 12mo. pp. 95, 1. [0449 

For a counter " examination," see Austin, Samuel. 

How Christ* s Ministers are Made, and for what they are made, 

pointed out in a sermon, preached at the ordination of Rev. 
Phlneas Bond, pastor of the First Baptist church in Steuben, 
May 25, 1825. By Daniel Merrill, A. M., pastor of the church of 
Christ in Sedgwick. 

** Buy the truth and seU It not." 

Prov. 
"O Lord, are not thine eyes upon the truth?" 

Jeb. 

** Preach the preaching that I bid thee." 

Jebovah. 

Published by request. Waterville: Printed by Wm. Hastings. 
1825. 12mo. pp. 28. [6450 

Jesus Christ Magnilled, and Mahomedan Christians Exposed and 

Warned. A discourse delivered at Eastport, September 14, 1825, 
before the Eastern Maine Baptist Association. By Daniel Merrill, 
A. M., pastor of the church of Christ in Sedgewick. 

" He that hath ears to hear let him hear." " Whosoever heareth these say- 
ings of mine and doeth them, I will liken him unto a wise man, who buUt his 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 119 

hoase upon a rock.'* " WhoBoever shall be ashaixied of me and of my wordn, 

of htm flball the Son of Man be ashamed, when he shall come In his own glory 

and In his Father's and of the holy angels." 

Jesus Chbist. 

(Published by request.) Portland: Shirley & Edwards, Printers. 
1825. 12mo. pp. 24. [6461 

-The Christian Armour. A sermon delivered at the ordination of 
BeT. John Billings, July 12, 1826. By Daniel Merrill, A. M., pas- 
tor of a church of Christ in Sedgewick. 

** Behold I come quickly : and my reward is with me, to give every man ac- 
cording as his works shall be." 

From the Press of the Waterville Intelligencer: Wm. Hastings, 
Printer. 1826. 12mo. pp. 24. [6462 

-Christian Reflection. A sermon preached before the Bowdoinham 

Association, at Green. 1820. [6462a 

Printed in Zion's Advocate. 2: No. 4. 1829. Reprinted at Bt. Paul, Minn. 
1875 (?) Svo.pp. 11. 

-Autobiography of Daniel Merrill. Philadelphia: Baptist General 
Tract Society, n. d. (1882.) 12mo. pp. 12. [6463 

-Commemorative Notice of. 1860. See Sprague, William B. 



Mkbbill, E. 

Bracklyn Swamp, or the benefits of filial obedience. A storv for 

children. 

" No youth can adopt a surer path to distinction and prosperity, than to 
honor his father and mother, to reverence their gray hairs, and to do noth- 
ing that shall tend to bring them with sorrow to the grave." 

Portland: William Hyde. 1836. 18mo. [6464 

Mbbbill Family. Ipswich, Mass. 1884. See Sargent, William M., 
also Merrill, William P. 

MsBBiLL, Geobge Robbbt. &. 1846. Clergyman, Biddeford. 1876-79. 

One Master and All Brethren. Sermon before the Maine Missionary 

Society, seventy-second anniversary, at Winthrop, June 26, 1879. 

Bangor: O. F. & W. H. Knowles, Printers. 1879. 8vo. pp. 10. 

[6466 
Mkbbill, Mbs. Isabobb E. Parsonsfield. 

Centennial Poem. 1886. See Dearborn, J. W. 

Mxrbill, James. Falmouth. 

Will of. 1763. See Barbour, M. E. 

Mbbbill, John. 1770-1816. Lawyer, Topsham. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Mebbill, John Lbvbbett. h. 1883. Clergyman, Acworth, Kludge, 
N.H. 
History of Acworth, with the proceedings of the centennial an- 
niversary. Genealogical records and register of farms. Edited 



120 BIBLIOOBAPHT OF MAINE. 

Merrill, John Leverett, Continued. 

by Key. J. L. Merrill, town historian. Ac worth, Published by 

the town. 1869. 8yo. pp. 306. [6456 

Contains the centennial address of Rev. Giles Bailey, of Belfast, with his 
portrait and autograph. 

Merrill, Josiah. 6. 1819. Clergyman, Wiscasset, 1857-64. 

A Sermon preached in the Congregational church, Wiscasset, Me., 
on the occasion of the death of Mrs. Hannah Cushman, Sunday 
afternoon, Jan. 28, 1859. By Rev. Josiah Merrill. Published by 
request. Boston: Printed by Damrell & Moore. 1859. 8vo. pp. 
16. [6457 

Merrill, Josiah G. Clergyman, Otisfield, 1813-30. 

A Sermon delivered June 26, 1821, at the ordination of the Rev. 

Stephen Merrill to the pastoral care of the Congregational church 

at Eittery, in Maine. By Josiah G. Merrill, pastor of a church in 

Otisfield. Portsmouth: T. H. Miller, Printer. 1822. 8vo. pp. 16. 

[6458 

The same sermon was substantially preached in Otisfield, Nov. 6, 1814, on 
the Sabbath following the author's ordination. 

Sermons for children. By Josiah G. Merrill, pastor of a church in 

Cape Elizabeth. Portland: Merrill and By ram. 1837. 18mo. pp. 
104. [6459 

Merrill, Samuel H. Clergyman, Oldtown, Portland, 1846-54. 

The Blessed Dead. A discourse occasioned by the death of Capt. 
Christopher T. Bayley, preached in Portland, May 17, 1857. By 
Rev. Samuel H. Merrill, minister of the Baptist church. Printed 
by Samuel P. Brown, Randolph, Mass. n. d. 8vo. pp. 12. [6460 

The Campaigns of the First Maine and First District of Columbia 

Cavalry. By Samuel H. Merrill, (chaplain). 

'*Be just and fear not: 
Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, 
Thy God*s and truth's; then If thou fall'st, 
Thou fall*st a blessed martyr." 

Shaxxsprajw. 

Portland: Published by Bailey and Noyes. 1866. 12mo. pp. 436. 
(Illus.) [6461 

Merrill, William P. 

Trial of William P. Merrill, before an ecclesiastical council con- 
sisting of Elders O. B. Cheney, John Raymond, F. W. Straight, 
Constant Quinnam, Nahum Brooks, Samuel N. Tuffts, and Moses 
K. Tarbox, on the charge of anti-Christian in habits and pur- 
suits, also business transactions, seduction, adultery, forgery 
falsehood, and intention of effecting a divorce between W. C 
Barrows and wife. 1861. [6462 



BIBLIOGHAPHT OF MAINE. 121 

Decision of the council in the trial of Rev. W. P. Merrill, pastor 

of the F. W. Baptist church in Portland, with a statement of 
facts, and the reasons for such a decision; in answer to a call 
from members of said church, and others. Portland: Printed 
by Brown Thurston. 1861. 8vo pp. 90. [6468 

Vindication of the council in the trial of Rev. Wm. P. Merrill, 

pastor of the F. W. Baptist church in Portland. 1861. [6464 

Mbbbill, William P. 

Merrill Family. Me. Rec. 1 : 192. (1884.) [6465 

Mebbitt, Timotht. 1775-1845. Clergyman. 

A Discourse on the horrid murder of Capt. James Purrington^s 
family, of Augusta, (Maine,) delivered in Bowdoinham, July 20, 
1806. By Timothy Merritt. Augusta: Printed by Peter Edes. 
1806. 8vo. pp. 25. [6466 

The same. Keene, (N. H.) 1807. 8vo. pp. 28. [6467 

An Essay on the perseverance of the saints. To which is added, 

some reflections on a absolute perseverance. By Timothy Merritt. 

** Know ye not that they which run in a race run all, but one receiveth the 
prize? So ran, that ye may obtain. *' 

ICor. 9:24. 

Portland: Printed by J. M'Kown. 1807. 12mo. pp. 16. 

Universal Salvation Refuted in Six Propositions, also an appendix, 

By the Rev. Timothy Merritt, minister of the gospel, Bowdoin- 
ham. Portland: Printed by J. M*Kown. 1808. 8vo. pp. 141. 

[6468 
Mbbbow, Amos. 1780>1868. Physician, Newfield. 

Notice of. N. E. Reg. 22: 358. (1868.) [6469 

Hebbow, James Madison, M. D. 1848-70. Newfleld. 

Notice of. N.E. Reg. 24:442. (1870.) [6470 

Mbbbt, Chables Glidden. b. 1829. Damariscotta. 

History of Alna Lodge, No. 48, Free and Accepted Masons, Dama- 
riscotta, Me., from April, 1874, to December, 1880. By Charles 
G. Merry. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1888. 12mo. pp. 
25-40. [6471 

History of Alna Lodge, No. 48, Free and Accepted Masons. Dama- 
riscotta, Maine, from 1880 to 1881, by Charles G. Merry, Part III. 
Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1891. 12mo. pp. 41-68. [6472 

Mbbby, Robebt. 1785-98. English poet. 

Pains of Memory. 1805. See Rogers, Samuel. 

Mesbbvb, Albion Keith Pabbis, M. D. 6. 1888. Physician, Port- 
land. 
President's Address before Maine Medical Association. 1882. Trans. 
7:417. (1882.) [6478 



122 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

MsflSBVE, Albion EIbith Pabbis, M. D., Continued, 

Report as necrologist Maine Medical Association. Trans. 0:509. 

(1888.) [6474 

Comprises biographical sketches of John B. Walker, M. D., Thomaston, 
by F. B. Hitchcock, M. D., Bocklaad; Edward M. Field, M. D., Bangor, by 
R. K. Jones, M. D., Bangor; and Alonzo B. Palmer, M. D., of Michigan. 

Records of the First church of Christ in Biddeford. From the 

copy made by the late Capt Wm. F. Goodwin, and communi- 
cated to the Recorder by A. E. P. Meserve, M. D. Me. Rec. 
5:202. (1888.) 6:208,833,492. (1880.) [6475 

^Report as necrologist Maine Medical Association. Trans. 10: 166. 

(1880.) [6476 

Comprises biographical sketches of John B. Cashing, M. D., Skowhegan; 
Galen J. Tribou, M. D., Steaben; Rufus King Cushing, M. D., Bangor; John 
Q. A. Hawes, M. I>., Hallowell; George H. Chadwick, M. D., Portland. 

Marriages in Standish. Me. Rec. 5: 230. (1888.) 6: 350. (1880.) [6477 

^Ancestry of. 1880. See American Ancestry. 



Report as necrologist Maine Medical Association. Trans. 10:326. 

(1890.) [6478 

Contains biographical sketches of Nathaniel Shannon, M. D., Charlestown, 
by Dr. £. M. Plummer; John Buzzell, M. D., Portland, by Dr. Charles 
Hutchinson; W. B. Cobb, M. D., Standish, by Dr. B. F. Dunn; Sidney B. 
Cushman, M. D., Wiscasset, by Dr. C. A. Peaslee; Robert Dixon, M. D., 
Damariscotta; Hiram H. HiU, M. D., Augusta, by Drs. J. O. Webster, and 
I. T. Dana; Charles P. Chandler, M. D., Addison; James Freeland New- 
man, M. D., Gorham, by Dr. £. E. Holt. 

Mesbant, Ann, widow, alias Godfrey. 1883. See Banks, Chas. E. 

Messeb, Stephen, of Bluehill and Lowell. 1880. See Porter, J. W. 

MsssiNGEB, RosEWELL. 1776-1844. Clergyman, York, 1708-1813. 

A Sermon preached at York, October 21, 1708, by the Reverend 
Rosewell Messinger; being the first sermon after his solemn in- 
auguration into the gospel ministry, as colleague pastor with the 
Reverend Mr. Lyman. Published at the request of the hearers. 
Printed by Samuel Hall, No. 53, Cornhill, Boston. 1700. 8yo. 
Title-page. pp. 6-23. [6470 

^An Oration, delivered at Old York, on the death of George Wash- 
ington; late president; and commander in chief of the armies of 
the United States of America; who departed this life, at Mount 
Yemon in Virginia, on the 14th day of December, in the 60th 
year of his age. By the Rev. Rosewell Messinger, pastor-col- 
league with the Rev. Mr. Lyman of the First church in Old 
York, Maine. Charlestown: Printed by Samuel Etheridge. 1800 
8to. pp. 5-16. [6480 

Another copy has two title-pages. The first is as follows: "An Oration 
Delivered at Old York, on the Death of George Washington. By the Be v. 
Rosewell Messinger, S. B. January, MD, CCC. " 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 123 



^A Sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. James Boyd, at 

Bangor, on Penohscot River, September 10, 1800. By the Rev. 
Rosewell Messinger, pastor of the First church in York. From 
the Press of Angier March, sold at his bookstore. North side of 
Market Square, Newburyport. 1800. 8vo. pp. 28. [0481 

Sentiments on Resignation. By Rosewell Messinger, pastor of the 

First church in York, Maine. Portsmouth (N. H.) : Printed for 
the author by W. Treadwell. 1807. 12mo. pp.225. (1808.) [6482 
Reviewed In Monthly Anthology, 6 : 48. (1809.) By R. Emerson. 

The same, under the following title: 

Sentiments of Resignation. By Rosewell Messinger, pastor of 
the First church in York, Maine. ** Shall not the Judge of all 
the earth do right. *' Copy-right secured according to law. 
Schenectady: Printed for the author, by Isaac Riggs. 1820. 
12mo. pp. 240. [6488 

Metali^ak: The Lone Indian of the Magalloway. 1844. See Brad- 
bury, Osgood. 

Metbbolooical Joubnal. 1806-58. See Cleaveland, Parker. 

Metxobites. 

Found at Oastine, 1847. See Shepard, Charles U. 

Found at Searsmont, 1871. See Shepard, Charles U. 

^Found at Searsmont, 1871. See Smith, J. Lawrence. 

So called, at Northport. 1888. See Robinson, Franklin C. 

Methodism. 

History of, in Maine. 1793-1886. See Allen, Stephen. 
—-Centenary Sermon on. 1866. See Munger, C. 
^Barly Progress of in Maine. (1852.) See Stevens, Abel. 

Methodist Episcopal Chubch — Maine Confebence. 

Minutes of the Maine Conference, July, 1841. (Contained in the 
minutes of the New England Conference, pp. 25-38). 

^Minutes of the Maine Annual Conference of the Methodist Episco- 
pal church, for the year 1842. Boston: Printed by David H. Ela, 
37 Comhill. 1842. 8vo. pp. 24. [6484 

^The same, 1843. 8vo. pp. 24. 

^The same, 1844. 12mo. pp. 24. 

^The same, 1845. 12mo. pp. 24. 

^The same, held at HaUowell, 1846. 12mo. pp. 24. 

^The same, held at Saco, 1847. 12mo. pp. 24. 

The Maine Conference was divided, and the East Maine Conference estab- 
lished in 1847. 

^The same, held in Portland, 1848. 12mo. pp. 16. 



124 BIBLIOGBAPHT OF MAINE. 

Methodist Episcopal Chubch, Maine Confebehcb, Continued, 

^The same, held in Augusta, 1849. 12mo. pp. 16. 

The same, held at Kennebunkport, 1850. 12ino. pp. 31. 

^The same, held at Winthrop, 1851. 12mo. pp. 32. 

^The same, held at Portland, 1852. 12mo. pp. 32. 

^The same, held at Biddeford, 1853. 12mo. pp. 28. 

^The same, held at Skowhegan, 1854. 12mo. pp. 36. 

The same, held at Bath, 1855. 12mo. pp. 32. 

The same, held at Gardiner, 1856. 12mo. pp. 23. 

The same, held at Saco, 1857. 12mo. pp. 24. 

The same, held at Farmington, 1858. 12mo. pp. 24. 

The same, held at Portland, 1859. 12mo. pp. 24. 

The same, held at Gorham, 1860. 12mo. pp. 32. 

^The same, held at South Paris. 1861. 12mo. pp. 24. 



-The same, held at Portland, 1862. 12mo. pp. 30. 
-The same, held at Portland, 1863. 12mo. pp. 29. 
-The same, held at Bath, 1864. 12mo. pp. 28. 
-The same, held at Hallowell, 1865. 8vo. pp. 49. 
-The same, held at Lewiston, 1866. 8yo. pp. 50. 
-The same, held at Bath, 1867. 8yo. pp. 39. 
-The same, held at Brunswick, 1868. 8to. pp. 37. 
-The same, held at Sacarrappa, 1869. 8yo. pp. 35. 
-The same, held at Augusta, 1870. 8yo. pp. 44. 
-The same, held at Portland, 1871. 8yo. pp. 37. 
-The same, held at Gardiner, 1872. 8yo. pp. 37. 
-The same, held at Skowhegan, 1873. 8yo. pp. 37. 
-The same, held at Biddeford, 1874. 8yo. pp. 37. 
-The same, held at Bath, 1875. 8yo. pp. 37. 
-The same, held at Lewiston, 1876. 8yo. pp. 37. 
-The same, held at Gardiner, 1877. 8yo. pp. 37. 
-The same, held at Farmington, 1878. 8yo. pp. 43 
-The same, held at Portland, 1879. 8yo. pp. 46. 
-The same, held at Saco, 1880. 8yo. pp. 40. 
-The same, held at Portland, 1881. 8yo. pp. 53. 
-The same, held at Augusta, 1882. 8yo. pp. 46. 
-The same, held at Lewiston, 1883. 8yo. pp. 47. 
-The same, held at Bath, 1884. 8yo. pp. 55. 
-The same, held at Biddeford, 1885. 8yo. pp. 50. 



filBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 125 



-The same, held at Bridgton, 1886. 8vo. pp. 56. 
-The same, held at WatervlUe, 1887. 8vo. pp. 66. 
-The same, held at Portland, 1888. 8vo. pp. 61. 
-The same, held at Lewiston, 1880. 8vo. pp. 71. 
-The same, held at Bath, 1890. 8yo. pp. 71. 
-The same, held at Brunswick, 1891. 8vo. pp. 74. 



MsTHODiBT Episcopal Church, East Maine Confebsnce. 

Minutes of the East Maine Conference of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, held at Banf^or, August 2. 1848. Bangor: Benjamin A. 
Burr, Printer. 1848. 12mo. pp. 16. [6485 

^The same, held at Bangor, 1849. 12mo. pp. 15. 

^The same, held at Frankfort, 1850. 12mo. pp. 19. 

^The same, held at Searsport, 1851. 8yo. pp. pp. 32. 

^The same, held at Milltown, 1&52. 8vo. pp. 41, (2). 

The same, held at Rockland, 1858. 8to. pp. 32. 

^The same, held at Damariscotta, 1854. 8vo. pp. 31. 

^The same, held at Bangor, 1855. 8vo. pp. 24. 

^The same, held at Bucksport, 1856. 8yo. pp. 24. 

^The same, held at Camden, 1857. 8yo. pp. 28. 

^The same, held at Bangor, 1858. 8yo. pp. 24. 

^The same, held at Thomaston, 1859. 8yo. pp. 24. 

^The same, held at Belfast, 1860. 8yo. pp. 24. 

^The same, fourteenth session, held at Searsport, 1861. 8yo. pp. 24. 

The same, fifteenth session. Held at Cherryfield, 1862. 8yo. pp. 

23. (Engr.) 
^The same, sixteenth session. Held at Rockland, 1863. 8yo. pp. 28. 

(Engr.) 
The same, seyenteenth session. Held at Bucksport, 1864. 8yo. pp. 

31. (Enin'.) 
^The same, eighteenth session. Held at Hampden, 1865. 8yo. pp. 

30. (Engr.) 

^The same, nineteenth session. Held at Wa doboro, 1866. 8yo. pp. 

43. 
^The same, twentieth session. Held at Wiscasset, 1867. 8yo. pp. 

39. 
The same, twenty-first session. Held at Machias, 1868. 8yo. pp. 

44,(2). (Engr.) 
The same, twenty-second session. Held at Bangor, 1869. 8yo. pp. 

36, (1). 
^The same, twenty-third session. Held at Rockland, 1870. 8yo. pp. 

35, (2). 



126 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Methodist Episcopal Chubch, East Mains Confebxnck, Continued. 

The same, twenty-fourth session. Held at Dexter, 1871. 8vo. pp. 

86, (1). 

^The same, twenty-fifth session. Held at Orono, 1872. 8yo. pp. 30. 

^The same, twenty-sixth session. Held at Damariscotta, 1873. 8to. 

pp. 44. 

The same, twenty-seventh session. Held at Belfast, 1874. 8to. pp. 

40. 

The same, twenty-eighth session. Held at Calais, 1875. 8vo. pp. 

38. 

The same, twenty-ninth session. Held at Bucksport, 1876. 8to. 

pp. 43, (1). 

The same, thirtieth session. Held at Thomaston, 1877. 8to. pp.. 48. 

^The same, thirty-first session. Held at Rockland, 1878. 8vo. pp- 

54. 

The same, thirty-second-session. Held at Doyer, 1879. 8yo. pp. 48. 

The same, thirty-third session. Held at Bangor, 1880. 8vo. pp. 56. 

The same, thirty-fourth session. Held at Belfast, 1881. 8vo. pp. 

56. 

The same, thirty-iifth session. Held at Waldoborough, 1882. 8to. 

pp. 74. 

The same, thirty-sixth session. Held at Searsport, 1883. Svo. pp. 

71. 

The same, thirty-seyenth session. Held at Camden, 1884. 8to. pp. 

65, (2). 

^The same, thirty-eighth session. Held at Ellsworth, 1885. 8yo.. 

pp. 66. 

The same, thirty-ninth session. Held at Winterport, 1886. 8vo. pp. 

66. 

^The same, fortieth session. Held at Bangor, 1887. 8yo. pp. 64. 

The same, forty-first session. Held at Rockland, 1888. 8vo. pp. 76. 

Tear-book of forty-second session of same. Held at Dexter, 1889. 

8vo. pp. 76, (1). .(3 engr.) 

Year-book of forty-third session of same. Held at Dover, 1890 

8vo. pp. 70. (7 ports. 6 engr.) 

MiCHABLis, Otho Ebnebt, Ph. D., U. S. A. d. 1890. r. Augusta, 1887-90 

Field- Artillery Carriage Construction. By Captain Otho E. Mich- 

alis, U. S. A. Ordnance department. Journal Military Service 

Institution, 8: 414. (1887.) [6486 

The Bofors Steel Cast Gun. Author^s edition. 1888. 8vo. pp. 

14. [6487 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 127 



-Kmpp and DeBange: by E. Monthaye, captain in the Belgian gene- 
ral staff. Translated with an appendix, by O. E. Michaelis, Ph. D., 
captain of ordinance, U. S. army, member American Society of 
CiTil Engineers, Soci6t^r Roy ale des Sciences (Li^ge), <&c. New 
York: Thomas Prosser & Son, 16 Gold Street. 1888. 8yo. pp. 
ix, 218. (1 engr. 1 port., folding plates.) [6488 

-Lime Sulphite Fiber Manufacture in the United States. American 
Society of Civil Engineers Trans. 20: 263. (1889.) [6489 

^The same. In separate form. 1889. 8vo. pp. 263-286. 

^The Army of Kukuanaland. (Reprinted from the Journal of the 

Franklin Institute, October, 1889.) Philadelphia: (Seal) 1889. 
8yo. pp. 18. [6490 

With Michaelis, Mrs. Kate Woodbridge. 

Alfred Erupp: A sketch of his life and work. After the German 
of Victor Niemeyer, by K. W., and O. E. Michaelis, to which 
is added a visit to the Krupp works at Essen from the French 
of Captain E. Monthaye, Translated by Captain O. E. Michaelis, 
U. b. Army. New York: Thomas Prosser <& Son, 16 Gold Street. 
1888. 8vo. pp. (2), 72, (1), (port., 3 engr.) [6491 

MlOHBLI^, J. W. 

Description of twenty-four species of the shells of New England. 
Best. Soc. Nat Hist. Jour. 4:37. (1844.) [6492 

^Marine, Fluviatile, and Terrestrial Shells of the State of Maine and 

Adjoining Ocean. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist. Jour. 4 : 64. (1844.) 

[6493 

MiLBS, Henbt Adolphtjb, D. D. 1809-96. Clergyman, Hallowell. 
A Discourse on the criminality of attempts to have dominion over 
man^s faith; delivered at the dedication of the Union meeting 
house, in Dresden, Me., June 27, 1833. By Rev. Henry A. Miles, 
pastor of the Unitarian church in Hallowell, Me. Hallowell: 
Glazier, Masters, & Co. 1833. 8vo. pp. 16. [6494 

MiLFOBD. Incorporated 1833. 

Early Settlements in. See Porter, J. W. 

^Deaths at North Milford, Maine. From inscriptions on gravestones. 

Bang. H. M. 4: 100. (1888.) [6496 

MiUTABT HiSTOBY. See Rebellion. 

MiiiLBBiDGE. Incorporated 1848. 

Early Settlement of. (1886.) See Milliken, James A. 
History Pleiades Lodge. 1874-92. See Sawyer, Franklin. 

MiLLXB, Fbakk Bubtok. b. Gushing, 1862. Journalist, Rockland. 
Ancestry of. 1890. See American Ancestry. 



128 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

MiLLKB, Samuel Llkwbllyn. 6. 1844. Waldoboro. 

Papers relating to the history of the Press in Lincoln County. 1881, 
1883, 1884, 1886, 1887, 1880. See Maine Press Association. 

Essay, • * The Country Newspaper.* ' 1884. See Maine Press Associa- 
tion. 

MiLLEB, Nathaniel Jones. 1801-60. Portland. 

Notice of. N. E. Reg. 24: 106. (1870.) [6496 

MiLLIKEN, AlEXANDEB. 

Proclamation of embargo at Machias, 1814. See Herrick, N. J. 

MiLLiKEN, Dennis Libbt. 1804-70. Bumham, Waterville. 
Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

MiLLiKEN, E. C. Portland. 

Roster Department Maine Grand Army of the Republic. 1880. 
8vo. pp. 20. [6407 

MiLLiKEN, James Alphonso. 1813-01. Lawyer, Cherryfield. 

The Narraguagus Valley. Some account of its early settlement 
and settlers. By J. A. Milliken. Printed by C. O. Furbush, 
Machias, Maine. 1886. 8vo. pp. 24. [6408 

ConceniB the towns of Steuben, Millbrldge, Harrington, and Cherryfield. 

Milliken, Seth Llewellyn, b. 1831. Lawyer, Belfast 

The Bonded Extension Bill. Speech of Hon. Seth L. Milliken, of 
Maine, in the House of Representatives, March 26, 1884. Wash- 
ington: 1884. 8vo. pp. 8. [6400 

^The Tariff. Speech of Hon. Seth L. Milliken, of Maine, in the 

House of Representatives, Wednesday, April 30, 1884. Washing- 
ton: 1884. 8vo. pp. 12. [6500 

Speech on the post-office appropriation bill. May 20, 1886. Wash- 
ington: 1886. 8vo. pp. 16. [6501 



Speech in the House of Representatives, May 12, 1888, on the tariff. 

Washington, 1888. 8vo. pp. 16. [6502 

Milliken, Simeon J. Mount Desert. 

Memoirs of. 1836. See Pinkham, Rebekah P. 

Millet, Joshua. 1803-48. Clergyman, Charleston, Cherryfield. 

A History of the Baptists in Maine; together with brief notices of 
societies and institutions, and a dictionary of the labors of each 
minister. By Rev. Joshua Millet. Portland: Printed by Charles 
Day A Co. 1845. 12mo. pp. 472. [6503 

Reviewed in Ghr. Rev. 10:384. 1845. Ste Smith, Samuel F. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 129 

Mills, Hibam Fbancis. 

Natural Resources and Their Development. Memorial of Hiram F. 
Mills, civil engineer, to the governor and council of Maine. Pub- 
lished by order of the Legislature. Augusta: Stevens & Say ward, 
Printers to the State. 1867. 8vo. pp. 22. [6504 

Mills, William H. d. 1879. Bangor. 

Memoir and Portrait of. 1853. See Livingston, John. 

Mills, W. H. 

Benedict Arnold's March to Canada. Mag. Am. Hist 13: 143. 
(1883.) [6505 

Mills at the Eastwabd Pbiob to 1800. See Porter, J. W. 

MiLO. Incorporated 1823. 

Historical Account. 1880. See Loring, Amasa. 

MiLTDfOBE, James. 1755-1836. Clergyman. 

A Sermon preached in Cape Elizabeth, July 15, 1801, at the ordi- 
nation of Rev. William Gregg, to the pastoral office in that town. 
By James Miltimore, A. M., pastor of a church in Stratham, 
Portland: From the press of £. A. Jenks. 1801. 8vo. [6506 

A Sermon preached in Gorham, November 16, 1803, at the ordi- 
nation of the Rev. Jeremiah Noyes to the pastoral office in that 
town. By James Miltimore, A. M., pastor of a church in Stratham. 
Portland: Jenks & Shirley. 1804. 8vo. pp. 36. [6507 

MiLTiMOBs, William. 1768-1848. Clergyman, Falmouth, 1803-33. 

Seaman's Farewell. A discourse preached at Falmouth, in the 

meeting house erected by seamen near the water, February 22, 

1811, by William Miltimore, pastor of the First church, Falmouth. 

" Sirs, I perceive that thts voyage will be with hurt and much damage, not 
only of the lading and ship, but also of our lives.** 

Portland: J. M'Kown, Printer. 1811. 8vo. pp. 16. [6508 
The same. Sailor's Magazine. 11:201. (1839.) [6500 

^A Sermon preached March 18, 1812, at the installation of the Rev. 

Elijah Kellogg, to the pastoral care of the Chapel Congregational 
church and society in Portland. By William Miltimore, pastor of 
the First church in Falmouth. Together with the result of the 
council and other proceedings connected therewith. Portland: 
Printed by J. M'Kown. 1812. 8vo. pp. 30. [6510 

^The same. Second edition. 1812. 8vo. pp. 30. 

^A Sermon preached Nov. 6, 1814, on the death of his son. Port- 
land: F. Douglas. 1814. 8vo. pp. 14. [6511 

10* 



130 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

MiLTiMOBB, William, Continued, 

^A Sermon, occasioned by the death of Mrs. ClarisBa Webber, who 

died March 20th, 1815, in the Slst year of her age. By William 
Miltimore, minister of the gospel at Falmouth. Published by 
request of Capt. Aaron Webber, husband of the deceased. 
" The memory of the just is blessed." 

SOLOMOir. 

Portland: Printed by A. & J. Shirley. 1815. 8yo. pp. 16. [6512 

MiKBBALOGY. 

Elementary Treatise on, 1816, and 1822. See Cleayeland, Parker. 

Mines, John Flaybl. 6. 1835. Author, New York. 

Duty, Our Highest Right. A sermon preached in Grace church, 
Bath, Me., on the occasion of the National Fast, January 4, 1861. 
By John Flavel Mines, M. A., rector. Bath: Printed at the Daily 
Times Office. 1861. 8yo. title cover, pp. 23. [6513 

MiNiBTBBS, AoBD AND Eablt, IN Mainb. (1867.) 8e€ Willis, William. 

MiNOT. Incorporated 1802. 

Sermon, funeral Miss Polly Butler. 1814. See Pidgin, William. 

Oration. 4 July, 1814. See Ladd, William. 

Oration. 4 July, 1818. See Perkins, Simeon. 

^Address on peace. 1824. See Hill, Jacob. 

Address on peace. 1825. See Perkins, Simeon. 

Address, anniversary Peace Society. 1828. See Jones, Elijah. 

Annals of. 1847. See Ladd, William. 

Leading Business Men of Mechanic Falls, with historical sketch. 

1889. See Leading Business Men. 



MiscBLLANEOUS PoEMS Selected from the United States Literary 

Gazette. Boston: Cummings, Hilliard and Company and Harri> 

son Gray. 1826. 18mo. pp. iv, 172. [6614 

Contains poems contiibated by Henry W. Longfellow, while a student In 
college, and poem by Grenvllle Mellen. 

Mission of the Assumption on Kennebec Riteb (Thk). 1646-52. 
See Brown, John Marshall. 

Mission of the Faibibs (The), as exhibited by the First Universalist 
SundayHschool, Portland, 1871. Portland: F. G. Rich & Co., 
Printers, 74 Middle Street. 1871. 16mo. pp. 29. [6515 

Mitchell, Alfbed, M. D. b. 1837. Physician, Brunswick. 

Biographical Sketch of Daniel F. Ellis, M. D., of Brunswick. Me. 
Med. Ass. Trans. 8: 152. (1883.) [6516 



BIBUOORAPHT OF MAINE. 181 

Mitchell, Ammi Ruhami. 1762-1824. Physician, North Yarmouth. 

An Eulogy on General George Washington, pronounced in the First 

meeting house in North Yarmouth, on Saturday, February 22d, 

1800. By Ammi Ruhami Mitchell. Portland, Printed by Elezer 

A. Jenks. n. d. 8yo. pp. 20. [6517 

An Address on sacred music, delivered before the ** Beneficent 

Musical Society, " in the County of Cumberland, August 25, 

1812, on their second anniversary, at the Baptist meeting house 

in North Yarmouth. By Hon. Ammi R. Mitchell, an honorary 

member. 

** Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the 
glory of Qod. " 

Paul. 

Portland: Published by Hyde, Lord <& Co., Exchange Street. 

Samuel T. Armstrong, Printer, Boston. 1812. 8vo. pp. 18. 

[6518 

Questions, embracing the principal truths of religion, ansvrered 

from Scripture. By the late A. R. Mitchell, M. D., of North 
Yarmouth, Me. Portland: Shirley & Hyde, Publishers. 1829. 
18mo. pp. 29. [6519 

Sermon on. 1824. See Cummings, Asa. 

Biography of. 1828. See Thatcher, James. 

Mitchell, David. 1728-96. North Yarmouth. 
Sermon on. 1796. See Gilman, Tristram. 

Sketch of. 1890. See Loring, Amasa. 

« 
Mitchell, David Maubec. 1788-1869. Clergyman, Waldoboro, 1816- 
42. 

" Glorying in the gospel of Christ. ** 

Romans 1 : 16. 

A Sermon before the Maine Missionary Society, at its eighteenth 

anniversary at Brunswick, June 23, 1825. By David M. Mitchell, 

pastor of a church in Waldoboro. Portland: Christian Union 

Office. 1825. 8yo. pp. 26. [6520 

The Saviour's Golden Rule Illustrated. A sermon preached at 

Waldoboro, on the Lord's Day, Dec. 17, 1837. By D. M. Mitchell. 

[6521 



^A Discourse on Christian baptism, preached in Waldoboro, on the 

Lord's Day, May 12, 1839. By D. M. Mitchell, pastor of the 
Cong'l church. Printed by G. W. <fe F. W. Nichols, Waldoboro. 
1839. 8vo. pp. 36. [6522 

^Address at his funeral. 1869. See Thompson, A. C. 

MiTCHBLL Family OF NoBTH Yarmouth. 1871. See Shepley, David. 
The same. 1878. See Sargent, William M. 



132 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Mitchell, Fred W. 6. Saco, 1861. 

Jack^s Harmless Joke. A Saco story. By Arnold N. Chester. 
Price 10 cents. Saco, Me.: J. Y. Dennett, Publisher. 1883. 82mo. 
pp. 88. [6523 

Mitchell, Geobge O. Bucksport. 

History of Felicity Lodge, No. 10, Free and Accepted Masons, 
Bucksport, Me., from March 14, 1809, to Dec. 1, 1890. By George 
O. Mitchell. (Masonic emblems.) Portland: Stephen Berry, 
Printer. 1892. 8vo. pp. 118. [6524 

Mitchell, Jacob. North Yarmouth. 

Sermon at funeral of. 1848. See Shepley, David. 

Mitchell, John Ames. New York. 

The Summer School of Philosophy at Mount Desert New York : 
Henry Holt & Company. 1881. 4to. pp. 24. [6525 

24 pages of pen and ink drawings. 
Satirical. 

Mitchell, Josiah Whitmobb. 1785-1852. Lawyer, Freeport. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Mitchell, Ma job. 

Trial for assault. 1834. See Otis, James F. 
The case of. 1835. See Neal, John. 

Mitchell, Robebt. 

Journal and Sermons of Elder Robert Mitchell of Freeport, Maine. 
Ordained as an evangelist, November, 1817. Freeport: Published 
by Robert Mitchell. 1839. 12mo. pp. 46. [6526 

Three Short Sermons, and journals, of Robert Mitchell, of Free- 
port. Ordained as an evangelist, November, 1817. Containing 
72 pages. Freeport: Published by Robert Mitchell. 1861. 12mo. 
pp. 71. (1 blank.) [6527 

Mitchell, William. 

Songs of Joy and Experience, by W. Mitchell, Waterville, Me. 
Waterville: Moore & Hall, Prmters. 1885. 12mo. pp. 15. [6528 

Mooo. Indian Chief. 

Sketch of. 1845. ^See Drake, Samuel G. 

Monmouth. Incorporated 1792. 

Oration. 4th July, 1804. See Chandler, John. 
Sketches of its history, 1861. See Prescott, Josiah B. 

MOXHEOAK. 

A Legend of Monhegan. Maine Monthly Magazine. 1: 202. (1836). 

[6529 



BIBLIOGBAPHY OF MAINE. 133 

-Inscriptions at. 1851. See Jenks, William. 

-Supposed Runic Inscription at. 1857. See Hamlin, A. C. 

-Inscription on, with fac-slmile. 1858. See Schoolcraft, H. K. 

-Inscription on. 1862. See Wilson, Daniel. 

-The Island of. 1875. See Drake, S. A. 

-Supposed Inscription at. 1878. See Tuttle, Charles W. 

something about. 1884. See Goss, E. H. 
-Sketch of. 1888. See Porter, J. W. 

-Apocryphal Runic Inscription at. 1888. See Haynes, Henry W. 
-Illustrated. 1884. See Peabody, Henry 6. 
-Alleged Runes on. 1889. See Winsor, Justin. 
-On the Seas. (Illus.) 1890. See Drake, Samuel A. 



Monroe, James. 1758-1831. Fifth president of the United States. 

To All Who Are Honestly Searching after the Truth. Mr. Monroe's 
letter on the rejected treaty between the United States and 
Great Britain; concluded by Messrs. Monroe and Pinkney. Also, 
the treaty itself; and documents connected with it. Portland: 
From the Gazette Press. 1813. 8vo. pp. 52. [6530 

^Tour of, in Maine. 1817. See Waldo, Samuel P. 

MoNBOE, Kirk. 

Wakulla, a story of adventure in Florida. By Kirk Monroe. (Illus.) 

New York: Harper A Brothers. Franklin Square. 1886. 16mo. 

pp. 255. [6531 

*' Wakulla'* la tbe resldeDce selected by a Maine family which emigiated 
to Florida from an Inland town in Somerset County. The story begins with 
a realistic description of the Journey by stage to Skowhegan, thence to Ban- 
gor by rail, and down the Penobscot and in fact to Florida in a three-masted 
schooner. 

MoNBOE, Nahum Pabkeb, M. D. 1808-73. Physician, Belfast, 1839-71^ 
Biographical Sketch of. 1873. See Lamson, D. L. 

MoiotOE, Nathak. Bradford, Mass. 

Address at Bangor. 1848. See American Inst, of Ins. 

M0580N. Incorporated 1822. 

Monson. Semi-centennial address of Chas. Davison, poems, by W. 
S. Knowlton and T. N. Lord, etc., Monson, April 22, 1872. Fox- 
croft: F. D. Barrows, Printer. 1872. sm. 8vo. pp. 38. [6532 

Semi-centennial Commemoration at Monson, April 22, 1872. Port- 
land: 1878. 8vo. pp.37. [6533 
Address by Charles Davison; poems by W. S. Knowlton and T. N. Lord. 

Historical Account of. 1880. See Loring, Amasa. 

Sketch of. 1887. See Sprague, J. F. 



134 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

HoxsoN, Continued. 

History of Doric Lodge. 1887. 8ee Sprague, J. F. 

^Account of 1888. See Haynes, Geo. H. 

An Inland Retreat 1890. 8ee Haynes, Geo. H. 



By-laws, Confession of Faith and Covenant of the Congregational 

church, Monson, Maine. 1890. 8yo. pp. 6. [6534 

Library Catalogue of the Congregational Sunday-school, Monson. 

n. d. 24mo. pp. (8.) [6635 

Montague, Chables H. 

The Romance of the Lilies, (scene laid for most part in an obscure 
village in Maine). Boston: W. L. Harris A Co., 24 Franklin 
Street. 1886. [6536 

MONTEBEY, OR THE MOUNTAIN CiTY OF WaLDO CoUNTY. 1847- See 

Dakin, Daniel. 

Montoomeky, James. Saco. 

A Practical Detail of the cotton manufacture of the United States 
of America; and the state of the cotton manufacture of that 
country contrasted and compared with that of Great Britain; 
with comparative estimates of the cost of manufacturing in both 
countries. Illustrated by appropriate engravings. Also, a brief 
historical sketch of the rise and progess of the cotton manufac- 
ture in America, and statistical notices of various manufacturing 
districts in the United States. By James Montgomery, superin- 
tendent York factories, Saco, state of Maine; author of *'The 
Theory and Practice of Cotton Spinning,'^ and **The Cotton 
Spinner^s Manual.'* Glasgow: John Niven, Jun., 158 Trongate; 
MDCCCXI. 8vo. pp. xi, (1), 219. (Frontispiece, 8 plates, 5 wood 
engravings.) [6537 

Montqomeby, Job Hebbick. Lawyer, Camden. 

Address of J. H. Montgomery, Esq., at the centennial celebration 
of the town of Penobscot. Sept. 14, 1887. Camden: Herald 
Print. 1887. 8vo. n. pp. (12.) [6538 

MoNTif obenci, Henbi de. 1595-1632. Governor of Canada. 

Letter to King James I. October 28, 1613, N. S. Mass. Hist Soc. 
Proc. 21: 187. (1884.) [6639 

^The same. See Brown, Alexander. 

This U a protest by Montmorencl, admiral of France, against the de- 
struction of the settlement of Mount Desert by Samuel Argall. It was dis- 
cussed at a meeting of the Maine Historical Society, in 1870, and first pub- 
lished in the Boston Daily Advertiser of Aug. 31, 1870. 

MoirrBEAL. 

Genesis of the Railway to. 1844. See Poor, John A. 



BIBLIOOBAFHY OF MAINE. 135 

MoNTBBSOB, Col. Jambs, and Moxtbebob, John. 

Journals, 1757-50, and of Captain John MonMsor, 1778. New 
York Hist Soc. Coll. 1881. New York. Printed for the Society. 
1882. 8vo. pp. xiv, 678. (2 port.) [6640 

MoiTTBi^soB, John. Director Engineers, British Army. d. 1776. 

Journal of a march undertaken in winter on snow-shoes from Que- 
bec, the capital of Canada, to the first settlement of New Eng- 
land on the River Ammerascaegin, near Brunswick fort. By 
order of His Excellency, Brigadier-general Murray, commanding 
His Majesty's troops in Canada. Communicated by G. D. Scull, 
Esq., of Oxford, Eng. N. E. Reg. 36: 29. (1882.) [6641 

He left Quebec January 26, 1760, and reached Topsham Feb. 20, 1760. The 
Historical Magazine, 5: 26, (1861), gives a brief account of the serviceB in 
America of Colonel Montresor. 

Journal of a tour from the St Lawrence to the Kennebec, supposed 

to have been made by Colonel Montresor, chief of the engineer 
department, about the year 1769. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 1 : 447. 
(1831.) [6642 

The same, in separate form. Portland: Day, Eraser & Co. 1831. 

8vo. n. pp. 

This tour occupied from June 13th, 1760, until July 20, when Moosehead 
Lake was reached. 

Journal of. (1881.) See Scull, Gideon D. 



MoNTS, PiEBBE Du GuABT, SiBUB DB. 1660-1611. French colonist. 
Patent to. 1603. See Hazard, Ebenezer. 

^His Colony at St. Croix. (1609.) See Lescarbot, Marc. 

Cedes His Rights in Acadia. 1611. See Relations des J^suites. 

Settles on Sainte Croix Island. (1744.) See Charlevoix, P. F. X. 



-Biography of. 1794. See Belknap, Jeremy. 
-Account of, 1862. See Wheeler, Amos D. 
-Settlement at St Croix. (1866.) See Murdoch, Beamish. 
-His Colony at St. Croix. (1866.) See Parkman, Francis. 
-Voyage of, and portrait. (1884.) See Winsor, Justin. 
-Colony of. (1884.) See Smith, Philip H. 



MoNTViLLB. Incorporated 1807. 

History of Liberty Lodge, No. Ill, Montville, Maine, from Nov. 8, 
1861, to January 1, 1890, with by-laws of lodge and appendix. 
(Masonic emblems.) Belfast: G. W. Burgess, Printer. 1891. 
12mo. pp. 40. [6643 

MooDEY, Samuel. 1676-1747. Clergyman, York, 1700-47. 

'* Father Moodey, the great grandfather of Balph Waldo Emerson, was 
the first author within the bounds of Maine, a sermon having been printed 
by him in 1701." Chr. Reg. Apl. 9, 1886. "In every town In Blaine (says 
Emerson In one of hi« early lectures) yon may still hear of the charities of 



136 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

MooDEY, Sahuel, Continued. 

the commanding administration of his holy office, of Father Moodey of 
Agamenticns. When the ofTending parishioners, wounded by his pointed 
preaching, woald rise to go out of church, he cried out, * Come back, you 
graceless sinner, come back ! ' " 

Cabot's Life of Emerson. 1 : 110. 1887. 

The Vain Touth Summoned to Appear before Christ^s Bar, or an 
essay to block up the sinful wayes of young people, by most sol- 
emn considerations, relating to that judgment unto which they 
are hastening. In a lecture-sermon (June 25, 1701.) Preached at 
York, in the province of Main. By Samuel Moodey, pastor of 
the church of Christ there. Prov. 9 : 12. Boston in N. £. Printed 
and sold by Timothy Green, at the North End of the Town. 1707. 
16mo. pp. (4), 63, (1). [6544 

(Prefixed : " To the Reader. *' Sept. 12, 1707. pp. 1, 2. By Increase Mather.) 

The same, under the following title: 

The Vain Youth'Summoned to Appear at Christ^s Bar. Or, an essay 
to block up the sinful wayes of young people, by most solemn 
considerations, relating to that judgment unto which they are 
hastening. In a lecture-sermon, preached at York, in the Prov- 
ince of Main, June 25, 1701. By Samuel Moodey, pastor of the 
church of Christ there. The second edition enlarged. 

Prov. 9: 12. If thou be wise, thou shalt be wise for thyself: but if thou 
scomest, thou shalt alone bear it. 

Boston in New England. Printed and sold by Timothy Green. 

Also to be sold by Nicholas Buttolph. 1707. 16mo. pp. 63. [6545 

The same. The third edition, enlarged. New London: Pointed 

and sold by Timothy Green. 1760. 16mo. pp. 65. [6546 

A Petition in behalf of Samuel Moodey and Abr. Stevens in York, 

1704. Communicated by Mrs. M. J. Moore. Me. Rec. 2:238. 
(1885.) [6547 

The Doleful State of the Damned; especially such as go to hell 

from under the gospel; aggravated from their apprehensions of 
the saints happiness in heaven. Being the substance of several 
sermons preached at York, in the province of Main. By Samuel 
Moodey, M. A. pastor of the church of Christ there. Boston : 
Printed and sold by Timothy Green in Middle Street. AJso 
sold by Benj. Eliot in King Street, 1710. 24mo. pp. v, 181. (Ad- 
vertisement.) [6548 

The same, under the following title: 

The Gospel Way of Escaping the Doleful State of the Damned: 

with a representation of their more aggravated misery, who go 

to hell from under the gospel. Being the substance of several 

sermons, preached at York, in the province of Main. By Samuel 

Moodey, A. M. pastor of a church of Christ there. The second 

edition. 
1 Thess. 2: 16. Wrath is come upon them to the uttermost. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 137 

Boston : N. E. Reprinted and sold by S. Kneeland and T. Green, 
in Queen-Street over against the prison. 1739. 16mo. pp. iv, 
172. [6549 

> Judas the Traitor, Hung Up in Chains, to give warning to professors, 
that they beware of worldly mindedness, and hypocrisy: A dis- 
course concluding with a dialogue; Preach^ at York in New 
England. By Samuel Moodey, M. A. pastor of the church there. 

**He heard the sound of the trumpet, and took not warning; his blood 
shall be upon him: but he that taketh warning shall deliver his soul." 

Ezek.33: 6. 

Boston: Printed and sold by T. Green. 1714. 12mo. pp. (2), x, 84. 

[6550 
-The same, with title as follows: 

Judas the Traitor Hung Up in Chains. To give warning to pro- 
fessors, that they beware of world-mindedness and hypocrisy: A 
discourse concluding with a dialogue: preached at York in New 
England. By Samuel Moodey. M. A. pastor of the church there. 

Ezekiel 33: 6. He heard the sound of the trumpet, and took not warning; 
his blood shall be upon him: but he that taketh warning shall deliver his 
soul. 

Printed for the widow Sarah Diodate. In New Haven. 1761, 

8vo. pp. 39. [6551 

See Thomas, I., Hist, of Printing In America, Vol. II, pp. 372'and 564. Under 
the date of 1714 Is the title " Moody, Samuel, Judas Hung Up in Chains. Dis- 
course at York, (Me). 16mo. pp. 84. Boston." Under date of 1761, the title 
is given, "Moody, Samuel. Judas, the Traitor Hung Up in Chains. 8vo. 
New Haven.** 

-The Same. Boston. S. 6. Drake. 1866. [6552 

-The Debtor's Monitor, Directory and Comforter: or the way to 
get and keep out of debt. In three sermons. Boston: Printed 
for B. Green, for Samuel Gerrish. 1715. 12mo. pp. (2), ii, 99, (4). 

[6553 

-The Children of the Covenant under the Promise of Divine Teach- 
ings. In a funeral discourse, occasioned by the death of Thomas 
Sewall, student in Harvard Colledge, who died at Cambridge July 
18th, 1716. By Samuel Moodey, M. A., pastor of a church in 
York, in the province of Main. Boston : printed by John Allen, 
for Samuel Gerrish, at his shop in King-street the North-side of 
the Town-House. 1716. 24mo. pp. xii. 32. [6554 

-Mr. Moodey's Election Sermon On Wednesday, May 31st, 1721, 
(Order of House of Representatives, signed by John Clarke, 
speaker, and dated June 1, 1721, to return thanks to Mr. Samuel 
Moodey, for his sermon preached yesterday). 
A sermon preached before His Excellency Samuel Shute, Esq., 
His Majesty's Council, and the assembly of the Province of the 
Massachusetts-Bay in New England, May 31, 1721. Being the 
day for the election of His Majesty's council there. By Samuel 



138 BIBLIOORAFHT OF MAINE. 

MooDET, Samtjsl, Continued, 

Moodey, A. M. pastor of the church at York, N. E. Boston in N. 

E. Printed by Nicholas Boone, Printer to the Honorable House 

of Representatives. 1721. 8yo. pp. (4), 64. [6556 
Mr. Moodey*s Discourse to the little children. Boston: Printed. 

New-London: Be-printed and sold by Timothy Green, n. d. pp. 

16. [6556 

"Some Imperfect Notes of a Sermou. Preached to some children In 
York, Jaly 26, 1721, after catechising." p. 2. 

The same, under the following title : 

Sketch of a sermon, preached to some children, after catechising, 
in York, (Maine), July 25, 1721. By Rev. Samuel Moody, minister 
of that town. Boston: Printed by Nathaniel Willis. 1813. ISmo. 
pp. 13. [6557 

A Summary Account of the life and death of Joseph Quasson, 

Indian; who on the 28th day of August, 1725, at Arundel, in the 
county of York, and province of Main, in New England, shot 
his fellowHSoldier and kinsman, John Peter: so that he died of 
the wound in a few days. For which murder, being apprehended, 
tried, and after conviction, condemned at York in the province 
aforesaid, on the 12th day of May following; he was there executed 
on the 20th of June, 1726. By Samuel Moodey, M. A. pastor to 
the church in York. Boston: Printed for S. Gerrish, the lower 
end of Comhill. 1726. 16mo. pp. (2), 41, (2). [6558 

Testimony, &c. 1735. See Sampson, Patience. 

A Faithful Narrative of God's gracious dealings with a person lately 

recovered from the dangerous errors of Arminius. n. t. p. 

Boston, 1737. 8vo. pp. 8. [6559 

I*ablished anonymously. A Ms. note by Mr. Prince says " Sent from the 
Rev. Mr. Moodey, of York. Boston, Printed in Sept. 1737.** 

Funeral Sermon on. 1748. [6560 

Referred to in Allen's Am. Blog. Diet., bat the name of the author is 
unknown. Sabin says printed in Boston, 1748, but gives no copy of the title. 

An Attempt to point out the fatal and pernicious consequences of 

the Rev. Mr. Joseph Bellamy's doctrines, respecting moral evil. 
By Samuel Moodey, M. A. Boston: Printed and Sold hy Edes & 
Gill, in Queen Street, 1750. 8vo. pp. 31. [6561 

A Dialogue, containing questions and answers tending to awake the 

secure, and direct the seeking soul, with an address to children 
and youth. Boston: 1762. [6562 

The same. Re-printed. 

Sketch of. 1842. See Sketches of the Past. 

Anecdotes of. 1855. See Belcher, Joseph. 

^Commemorative Notice of. 1856. See Sprague, William B. 

Anecdotes of. 1857. See Wits of the Pulpit. 

Sketch of his life. 1866. See Sawyer, R. M. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 139 

Moody, Chables C. P. 

Biographical Sketches of the Moody family, embracing notices of 

ten ministers and several laymen, from 1633 to 1842. 

" Jast men they were, and all their stady bent. 
To worship Ood aright, and know his works 
Kot hid; nor those things lost, which might preserve 
Freedom and peace to men. " 

By Charles C. P. Moody. Boston: Published by Samuel G. 

Drake, No. 66 Cornhill. 1847. 12mo. pp. 168. [6563 

Contains a brief account of Rev. Samnel Moody, Falmouth; Rev. Joseph 
Moody, York; Rev. Samuel Moodey, York; Joshua Moody, Portland; Enoch 
Moody, Portland ; Rev. Silas Moody, Arundel; Joseph Moody, Kennebunk. 

MooDT Family of Eliot. 1851. See Fogg, William. 

MooBT, George Barbell. 1802-55. Lawyer, Bangor. 
Notice of. 1864. See Palmer, Joseph. 

Moody, Joseph. 1700-53. Clergyman, York, 1732-53. 

Falling Into a deep melancholy, he preached with a handkerchief over his 
face, for which reason he was called '* Handkerchief Moody. " He is the 
original of Hawthorne's story, *' The Minister's Black Veil. *' 8prague*s An- 
nals says " he published several i eligious tracts; ** but none are to found. 

Testimony, &c. 1735. See Sampson, Patience. 

Joseph Embalmed; an attempt to preserve the memory of that ex- 
cellent and very useful servant of God, the Rev. Joseph Moody, 
of York, who deceased March 20th, 1753. ^tat. 53. n. t p. 
8vo. pp. 8. • [6564 



The same, under the following title : 

Biography. Joseph Embalmed. An attempt to preserve the 
memory of that excellent and very useful servant of God, the 
Rev. Joseph Moody, of York, who deceased March 20th, 1753, 
aged 53 years. 

Prov. 10: 7. The memory of the Just is blessed. 

Psa. 112: 6. The righteous shall be in everlasting remembrance. 
Mass. Month. Mag. 5: 201. (1807.) [6565 

Moody, Lemuel. 1761-1846. Portland. 

A Chart of the Portland harbour and islands and harbours adjacent 
standing from the river Kennebeck to Wood Island and Winter 
Harbour, drawn from the survey of Des Barres, with additions 
and corrections. By L. Moody. Note. The courses are by 
compass and soundings at low water in fathoms. 1825. [6566 

Moody, Samuel. 1648<?)*1729. Clergyman; military officer, Portland, 
1709-29. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1885. See Sibley, John L. 

Moody, Samuel. 1726-95. Teacher, York, Newbury, Mass. 

A Sketch of the character of Samuel Moody, Esq. (Given in a 
sermon at his funeral, December 23, 1795. By one of his pupils.) 
Piscataqua Evangelical Magazine. 3: 161. (1807.) [6567 



140 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Moody, Silas. 1742-1816. Clergyman, Eennebunkport. 

A Sermon, preached at Arundel, January 12, 1800, on the death of 
George Washington. By Silaa Moody, A. M. pastor of the 
church in said town. Published by special request. Portsmouth, 
N. H. 1800. 8vo. pp. 16. [6568 

Effects of lightning on the home of S. Moody of Arundel, Me., 

Aug. 17, 1807. A. A. A. S. Mem. 5:3, (1809.) [6569 

MooB, John Loudeb. Ellsworth. 

An Account of the first settlement of what is now Ellsworth-Union 
River. Bang. H. M. 3: 125. (1888.) [6570 

MooB, Wyman Bbadbuby Seavby. 1814-69. Lawyer, Waterville. 
Biography of. 1885. 8ee Biog. Ency. Maine. 

Moo BE, Albebt. d. 1895. North Anson. 

History of Northern Star Lodge. No. 28, of Free and Accepted 
Masons, North Anson, Me., by Albert Moore & Son, North An- 
son: A. Moore, Printer. 1875. 12mo. pp. 35. [6571 

MooBE, Albebt Weston. 6. 1842. Clergyman, Farmington, 1879-82. 
The Lessons of the Hour: a sermon on the death of President Gar- 
field, delivered in the Congregational church, Farmington, Me., 
September 25th, 1881. By the pastor, Rev. Albert Weston Moore. 
Farmington: Press of Knowlton & McLeary. 1881. 8vo. pp. 15. 

[6572 
Moobe, Fbank. b. 1828. Author, New York. 

The Rebellion Record: a diary of American events, with docu- 
ments, narratives, illustrative incidents, poetry, etc., edited by 
Frank Moore, author of ** Diary of the American Revolution, ** 
with an introductory address, on the causes of the struggle, and 
the great issues before the country, by Edward Everett. First 
volume, with eleven portraits on steel, a colored map, and vari- 
ous diagrams. New York: G. P. Putnam. C. T. Evans, general 
agent. 1861. 8vo. pp. 152. Index pp. 16. [6573 

Address by Hannibal Hamlin, in presentinj; flag to Second Maine Rej^l- 
ment, p. 163. (Doc. 114.) 

MooBE, Geobge Bailet. 1826-64. Journalist, Belfast, Portland. 

The Commercial Interest of Maine. How it is affected by the Whig, 
and how by the Democratic policy. To shipbuilders and laborers 
in shi}iyards. Belfast: Wing & Moore, Printers. 1852. 8vo. 
pp. 7. [6574 

MooBE, Miss (Hannah) Augusta. 6. Wiscasset, 1828. r. Harpswell. 

From childhood until 1886 Miss Moore resided away from Maine, and her 
works during that period would comprise over twenty octavo volumes. The 
following is her only separate publication since she returned to the state. 

The Crime Against the Family. Boston: Published by the Ameri- 
can Millenial Association. 110 Tremont Street 1890. 16mo. pp. 
24. [6574a 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 141 

MooBE, Henby D. Clergyman, Portland, 1857-65. 

Oar Country: its sin and its duty. A discourse: on the occasion of 
the National Fast, Sept. 26th, 1861. By Rev. Henry D. Moore, 
pastor of the Union Congregational church, Portland, Maine. 
Portland: Hezekiah Packard. 1861. Svo. pp. 21. [6575 

MooBE, James Cabbick. 

The Life of Lieutenant-general Sir John Moore, E. B. By his 

brother, James Carrick Moore. In two volumes. London: 

John Murray, Albermarle Street. MDCCCXXXIII. 8to. Vol. I. 

pp. viil, 319. Vol. II. pp. viii, 414. (Port) [6576 

Vol. T, chapter 1, contains an account of the siege of Penobscot. In Vol. 
II, pp. 271-281, Is a letter from Lieutenant John Moore, written at " Camp Ma- 
jibagiduce.'* 

MooBE, Sib John. 1761-1809. British general. 

Life of. 1830. See Moore, James C. 
At Castine during the Revolution. (1890.) See Williamson, Joseph. 

MooBE, John L. Ellsworth. 

Benjamin Joy and family, of Ellsworth. Contributed mainly by 

Col. John L. Moore, of Ellsworth. Bang. H. M. 3: 74. (1888.) 

[6577 
MooBE, Jonathan. Physician, Solon. 

A Physician at Home. A certain cure for diphtheria or putrid sore 
throat. By Jonathan Moore, Solon, Me. 1861. [6578 

MooBE, Mbs. Mabtha J. Boston. 

Saco River. Deed of Mogg Heigon, of Saco River, in New Eng- 
land, to Maj. William Phillips of Saco. 1664. Mass. Archives. 30, 
124. Me. Rec. 3:26. (1886.) [6579 

Pemaquid. A truce agreed upon the 21st day of July, 1093, at Pem- 

aquid between the English and the Indians. Me. Rec. 3 : 82. 
(1886.) [6580 

York. A muster-roll of the company under the command of Capt. 

Samuel Darby, in Col. Scamman^s regt., from May to August, 
1775. Me. Rec. 3: 108. (1886.) [6581 

Petition of inhabitants of Lincoln County, 1779. Me. Rec. 3: 173. 

(1886.) [6582 

York. Petition of York and Wells, 1705. Me. Rec. 3: 263. (1886.) 

[6583 

Falmouth. Concerning the settlement of Falmouth in Casco Bay, 

1717-18. Me. Rec. 4: 23. (1887,) [6584 

Book of Eastern Claims. Transcribed from the original. By Mrs. 

M. J. Moore. Me. Rec. 4: 105, 278. (1887.) 6: 33, 106, 151, 209. 
(1887.) 6:276,433,469. (1889.) [6585 

Muster-Roil of Capt. Jesse Dorman's company. In Col. James 

Scamman's regiment, August 1, 1775. Me. Rec. 6: 381. (1889.) 

[6586 



142 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 



\ 



MooBB, Mb6. Mavdb. ThomastoD. 

Songs of Sanshine and Shadow. By Maude Moore. Boston: D. 
liOthrop & Company, 32 Franklin Street, Corner of Hawley. 
n. d. (1880.) Idmo. pp. 233. [6687 

MooBE, O. M. Waterville. 

Report on the Press in Franklin County, 1885. See Maine Press 
Association. 

^Poem, '* The Editor on Earth,'' 1886. See Maine Press Association. 

MooBB, Samuel C. 

Historical Poems. By Samuel C. Moore. Portland, Me. : Published 

for the author by Dresser, McLellan & Co. 1879, 12mo. pp. 69. 

[6588 
Moose Chase in Maine. 

Chambers' Journal. 20: 180. (1853.) [6589 

MoosEHEAD Lake. 

And the Kennebec. 1845. See Lanman, Charles. 

Kinneho, a legend of. 1851. See Smith, Elizabeth Cakes. 

A Moosehead Journal. 1852. See Lowell, James Russell. 

Visit to. 1853. See Quilibet, Philip. 

Our Visit to Moosehead. Galaxy, 12: 557. (1871). [6590 

Guide to. 1874. See Guide to and Northern Maine. 

^Illustrated. 1877. See Ward, J. H. 

Guide-book. 1878. See Farrar, C. A. J. 

^Excursion of Maine Press Association to. 1878. See Elwell, 

Edward H. 

In October. 1878. See Rowe, H. G. 

Guide to. 1880. See Hubbard, L. L. 

Lakes of Maine. 1883. See Hubbard, L. L. 

Trip from, to New Brunswick, in a canoe. See Hubbard, L. L. 

Eineo House at. 1885. See 

** For a Woman;" novel located at. 1886. See Perry, Nora. 

^A Summer at. 1888. See Chase, A. L. 

Here and There : Lakes of New England. 1889. See Sweetser, M. F. 



-An Inland Retreat. 1890. See Haynes, Geo. H. 

-The Lake Country of New England. 1890. See Smyth, Newman. 



Moose Hunting in Aboostook. 1889. 
See Selfridge, Arthur J. 

MOBAVIANB. 

Mission of, at Waldoboro. 1760-70. See Jordan, John W. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 143 

MoBBHOUSB, Caboune Wabben. BHstol, Conn. 

The Legend of Psyche and other verses. Holiday edition. St. 
Johnsbury (Vt.): C.T.Walter. 1889. sq. 16mo. pp. 98. [6591 

MOBGA17, £. H. 

D*1K Adam, D*1M Edom, DIK Odem. By E. M., author of *' Elvira,^' 

T T '•* * 

'*Rams' Skins' and Badgers' Skins Dyed Red," etc., etc. Port- 
land, Me.: Hoyt, Fogg & Donham. 1882. 16mo. pp. 160. [6592 

MoBGAN, Jonathan. 1777-1871. Portland. 

Elements of English Grammar, with a postscript, analysis, and an 
appendix. By Jonathan Morgan, Jun., A. B. Hallowell: Goodale 
A Barton, 1814. 12mo. pp. 144. [6598 

^Thesame. Second edition, corrected and revised. Portland: Thurs- 
ton, Ilsley & Co. 1844. 12mo. pp. 180. [6594 

Stereotype Edition. The New Testament of our Lord and Savior 

Jesus Christ Translated from the Greek, into pure English; 
with explanatory notes, on certain passages, wherein the author 
difCers from other translators. By Jonathan Morgan, A. B., 
author ** Elements English Grammar.' ' Portland: 8. H. Coles- 
worthy; Boston: B. B. Mussey; New York: P. Price; Philadel- 
phia: J. Gihon; Cincinnati: A. T. Ames; Louisville: Noble and 
Dean. 1848. 12mo. pp. 307. 

^A Synopsis of Diseases, their philosophical causes, progress and 

termination, with a short dissertation on the pulmoria, or cattle 
disease (not the pleura-pneumonia as commonly called). By 
Jonathan Morgan, A. B. Portland : Printed by Brown Thurston. 
1869. 8vo. pp. 24. 

^Notice of. N. E. Reg. 26:223. (1872.) [6595 

MoBQAN AND THOMPSON. Marriages. 

Extract from papers of Jonathan Morgan, late of Portland. Me. 
Rec. 6:356. (1889.) 

MoBisoN, John Hopkins, D. D. 1808. Clergyman, Milton, Mass. 

Rev. Sylvester Judd. No. Am. Rev. 80:420. (1855). [6596 

A review of hto life and character. 

^Rev. Jonathan Cole. Unit. Rev. 9: 93. (1878.) [6597 

MoBBELL, Hibah Kelley. Gardiner. 

The Press of Gardiner. 1872. See Griffin, Joseph. 

MOBBILL, AbTHUB BoOTHBY. 

Outlines of a short elementary course in general chemistry. By 
Arthur B. Morrill, teacher in natural science in the Portland High 
School. Portland, Me.: Loring, Short, and Harmon. 1879. 8vo. 
pp. 99. [6598 



144 BIBLIOGRAPHT OF MAINE. 

MoBBiLL, Anson Peaslbe. 1803-87. Governor of Maine. Readfield, 
Augusta. 

Governor MorrilPs Message, Neal Dow and the Maine Law, and H. 
G. Golems restrictive license law. n. d. 8vo. pp. 8. [6599 

MoBBiLL, Miss Debobah E. 

The Believer^s Sword and Shield; or the single combat between the 
great enemy of the human race and the Patriarch Job, in which 
the latter comes off with glorious victory. A poem in eight 
cantos. Portland: Sanborn & Carter, Exchange St. 1845. [6600 

MoBBiLL, Lot Mtbick, LL. D. 1813-83. €k>vernor and United States 
senator. Augusta. 

Personal Sketch of. 1867. iSee Mansfield, J. B. 

Reconstruction. Speech of Hon. Lot M. Morrill, of Maine, in the 

Senate of the United States, February 5, 1868. n. t. p. 8vo. pp. 
16. [6601 

^Election of Senator Caldwell. Speech of Hon. Lot M. Morrill, of 

Maine, in the Senate of the United States, Mar. 21, 1873. 8vo. 
pp. 7. [6602 

^Memorial Address by. 1875. See Hersey, Samuel F. 

Biography. 1885. Biog. Ency. Maine. 

MoBBis, Chablbs. 1784-1856. Commodore United States Navy. 

Autobiography of, with portrait and explanatory notes. United 
States Naval Institute. 1875. Boston, and Annapolis, Md. 1880. 
8vo. pp. 109. [6603 

This contains an account of the Hampden skirmish in 1814. 

MoBBis, Edwabd S. 

Maine Civil Officer. A complete guide for justices of the peace, 
sheriffs, deputy sheriffs, coroners and constables: containing 
forms of proceedings and the law relating to their duties; to 
which is added a chapter of forms for election returns, also a 
chapter of forms used by county commissioners with the pro- 
ceedings thereon. Together with an appendix alphabetically 
arranged, all adapted to the revised statutes of Maine, and the 
laws passed since the revision. By Edward S. Morris: revised 
and corrected by Hon. Ether Shepley, late chief justice of the 
Supreme Judicial Court of the State of Maine. Portland: 1860. 
16mo. [6604 

MoBSE, Abneb. 1793-1865. Clergyman, Sharon, Mass. 

Genealogy of the descendants of several ancient Puritans. Vol. II. 

By Rev. Abner Morse, A. M., member of N. E. Hist Gen. Soc. 

Boston: Press of H. W. Button & Son. 1859. 8vo. pp. 238. [6605 

Contains sketch of William Willis, by John H. Sheppard, with portrait, p. 
202. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 145 

MoBSE, Edwabd Sylvesteb, Ph. D. Naturalist, b. Portland. 1838. 
Professor Bowdoin College, 1870-7S. 
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the mollusca. Port. Soc. Nat. Hist. Proc. 1 : 98. (1863.) [6606 

On the occurrence of rare helices in ancient shell heaps. Port. Soc. 

Nat. Hist, Proc. 1:98. (1863.) [6607 

Synopsis of the terrestrial and fluviatile mollusca of the state of 

Maine. (Published by the author), Portland. (1864.) 4to. pp. 4. 

[6608 

Observations on the terrestrial pulmonifera of Maine, including a 

catalogue of all the species of terrestrial and fluviatile mollusca 
known to inhabit the state. Port. Soc. Nat. Hist. Jour. 1 : 1-63. 
(18&4.) (2 plates; 26 fig.) [6609 

On the land-slides in the vicinity of Portland, Maine. Boston Soc. 

Nat. Hist. Proc. 12:235. (1869.) (3 illus.) [6610 

The same, in separate form. Boston: Press of A. A. Kingman. 

1869. 8vo. pp. 235-244* (Engraving and plans.) 

On the early stages of brachiopods. Am. Jour. Sci. 2d ser. 49: 103. 

(1870.) (7 figures in text.) [6611 

The Brachiopods, a division of annelida. Am. Jour. Sci. 2d ser. 

50: 100. (1870.) (3 figures in text.) [6612 

A Reply to Mr. DalPs criticism on the brachiopods, a division of 

the annelida. Am. Jour. Sci. 3d ser. 1:136. (1870). [6613 

On the adaptive coloration of mollusca. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist. 

Proc. 14: 141. (1871). [6614 

On the relations of anomia. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist. Proc. 14:150. 

(1871). (6 fig.) [6614a 

^Notes on the early stages of an ascidian. (Cynthia Pyriformis 

Rathke.) Bost Soc. Nat. Hist. Proc. 14: 351. (1871.) (1 plate, 6 
figures in text.) [6615 

On the early stages of terebratulina. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist. Mem. 

2:29. (1871.) (2 plates, 58 fig.) [6616 

Embryology of terebratulina. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist. Mem. 2: 249. 

(1871.) (2 plates.) [6617 

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^The systematic position of brachiopoda. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist. 

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MoBSE, Fbeemak Henbt. 1812-91. Bath. 
Address at Bangor. 1842. See Mechanics. 
11* 



146 BIBLIOORAPHY OF MAINE. 

MoBBE, Fbbxmak Hekbt, Continued. 

Speech of Hon. Freeman H. Morse, of Bath, delivered in the 

House of Representatives, February 27th, 1856. Augusta. 

Stevens & Blaine, Printers. 1856. 8vo. pp. 12. [6620 

On consent of arbitration. 

United States Exports. Intemat R. 6: 39. (1877.) [6621 

International Carrying Trade. Intemat. R. 6: 532. (1877.) [6622 



MoBSE, H. N. 

Haydenite. 1884. See Bayley, W. S. 

MoBSE, Jedidiah, D. D. 1761-1826. Charlestown, Mass. 

A Description and Historical Account of the Isles of Shoals. Mass. 
Hist Soc. Coll. 7: 242. (1801.) [6623 

^A Sermon, preached before the Society for Propagating the Gospel 

among the Indians and Others in North America, at their anni- 
versary, Nov. 1, 1810. By Jedidiah Morse, B. D., pastor of the 
Congregational church in Charlestown. Printed for the benefit 
of the society, by Samuel T. Armstrong, Charlestown. 1810. 
8vo. pp. 72. (Sermon, pp. 37. Notes and appendix, pp. 30-72.) 

[6624 
Di«trict of Maine, pp. 68-63. 

MoBSK, Leonabd. 1776-1823. Lawyer, Freeport, 1799-1815. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

MoBSE, Samuel, and family. 1890. Bluehill. 
See Candage, R. 6. F. 

MoBTON, Andbew. 1775-1805. Lawyer, Hampden. 

An Oration, pronounced at Hampden, on the Fourth of July, 1803. 
By Andrew Morton, Esq. 

DUgui^e tbyaelf as thou wilt, still, Slavery still thoa art a bitter draught! 
and tbo' thousands in all ages have been made Ito drink of thee, thou art no 
less bitter on that account. Liberty ! thrice sweet and gracious goddess, thy 
taste is grateful, and ever will be so till Nature herself shall change— No tint 
of words can spot thy snowy mantle, or chymic power turn thy sceptre into 
iron. 

YORICK. 

Hampden, (Me.) Printed by David J. Waters. A. D. 1803. 8vo. 
pp. 16. [6625 
Sketch of. (1888.) See Williamson, W. D. 

MOBTON, A. C. 

Report on the survey of the Bangor, Orono and Old town railroad. 
With remarlcs on its advantages. By A. C. Morton. Portland. 
1851. 8vo. (Map.) [6626 

^Report on the survey of European and North American railway, 

made under the authority of the State of Maine. Portland, 1851. 
8vo. (Map.) [6627 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 147 

MoBTON, Miss Eliza H. Educator, Deering. 

Still Waters, or dreams of rest A collection of sacred poems, by 
Eliza H. Morton. Portland, Me. Hoyt, Fogg & Donham. 1881. 
16mo. pp. 205. [6628 

Potter's New Elementary Geography, designed for primary and in- 
termediate classes. (Engraving.) By Miss Eliza H. Morton, 
late teacher of geographical science in the normal department 
of Battle Creek College, Battle Creek, Mich. Philadelphia: John 
E. Potter & Company, Nos. 1111 and 1113 Market Street, n. d. 
(Copyright, 1888.) 8vo. pp. xxxvi, 126. [6629 

MoBTONf, Gbbtrude. Pseud. 
See Cannon, Gertrude. 

MoBTOir, John Addison, M. D. &. 1835. Physician, Bethel. 

Biographical Sketch of Philantheus C. Wiley, M. D. Me. Med. Asso. 
Proc. 6:251. (1877.) [6630 

Biographical Sketch of R. L. Harlow, M. D. 1886. See Me. Med. 

Ass. Trans. 9:140. (1886.) [6631 

MoBTON, William James, M. D. Boston. 

Mount Desert and typhoid fever, during the summer of 1873. 
Bost. Med. and Surg. Jour. 89: 421. (1873.) [6632 

^The same, reprinted separately, 1873. 8vo. pp. 8. 

MossLEY, Elisha. 1766-1826. Clergyman, New Gloucester, 1802-26. 
A Sermon, occasioned by the death of the Rev. Samuel Fozcroft, 
A. M., first pastor of the Congregational church in New Glouces- 
ter; who died March 2d, 1807, in the 72d year of his age. De- 
livered the Sabbath after his entombment. By Elisha Moseley, 
A. M. his successor in the work of the ministry. 
'* Man goeth to his long home, and the mourners go about the streets. " 
** The memory of the Just is blessed. " 

Solomon. 

Portland: Printed at the New Printing Office. J. M'Kown. 
1807. 8vo. pp. 16. [6633 

MosES, Thomas Fbebmak, M. D. b. Bath, 1836. President Urbana 
University, O. 

Shell Heaps in Maine. Central Ohio Scientific Association Pro- 
ceedings. 1 : 70. (1878.) [6634 
On the Damariscotta River. 



MOTHBB Q?S^ ^° hieroglyphics. Portland: 1848. [6636 




MOTHBB GOOSE^S MELODIES. 

Portland: S. H. Coles worthy. Stereotyped and printed by B. 
Thurston & Co. [6636 



148 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

MoTHEB Rewarded and the Son Reclaimed (The). [6637 

A tempennce narrative. 

** Many a hand that friendship plighted, 
Have I claaped with all dellg;hted. 
But more faithful none can oe. 
Than my mother's hand to me." 

MOKTOOMKBT. 

Portland: Wm. Hyde & Son. 1851. 18mo. pp. 36. [6638 

Motheb'8 Plea fob the Sabbath (A). 1845. 
See Wells, Lucy K. 

Mother* 8 Gift (The): or a present for all little boys, who wish to be 

good. Hallowell: Printed by N. Cheever, and sold at his printing 

office. 1809. 32mo. pp. 62. (Illus.) [6639 

MouLTON, Augustus Freedom, b. 1848. Lawyer, Portland. 

Trial by Ordeal. An oration delivered before the Alumni Asso- 
ciation of Westbrook Seminary, June 24, 1886, by Augustus F. 
Moulton, of the class of 1869. Printed by order of the Alumni 
Association. Portland: Harris & Williams, Printers. 1886. 8yo. 
pp. 14. [6640 

Ancestry of. 1888. See American Ancestry. [6640a 

Moulton Family. Me. Rec. 5: 1, 81, 40. (1888.) (Port and coat of 

arms.) 
Some Descendants of William Moulton, of Hampton, N. H. Me. 

Rec. 5: 193. (1888.) 6: 263, 323, 407, 454. (1889.) [6641 

Moulton Family. 1888. 
See Moulton, Augustus F. 

Moulton, Jebbmiah. 1688-1765. . ^ 

Capt. Moulton^s Scouting Expedition. 1723. Copied from original 

journal in Mass. Archives, by Edwin Emery. Me. Rec. 1:204. 

(1884.) [6642 

^Biographical Notice of. 1842. See Curwen, Samuel. 

Moulton, John. 

Genealogical Register. 1873. See Moulton, Thomas. 

Moulton, Joseph. 

Genealogical Register. 1873. See Moulton, Thomas. 

Moulton, Mihs Mabt. Bangor. 

Paper in ** Voices from the Kenduskeag,^* 1848. **A Simple 
Sketch of Simple Things. '* See Appleton, Jane S. 

Moulton, Thomas. 

A Genealogical Register of some of the descendants of John 
Moulton of Hampton, and of Joseph Moulton, of Portsmouth. 
Compiled by Thomas Moulton. Portland : Printed by B. Thurs- 
ton & Company. MDCCCLXXIII. 16mo. pp. 39. [6643 



f 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 149 

Porter as a Portion of Maine: its settlement, &o. By Thomas 

Moulton. Portland, Maine: Published by Hoyt, Fogg A Don- 
ham. B. Thurston & Co. Printers, 1879. 8yo. pp. 06. [6644 

Moulton, William. Hampton, K. H. 

Descendants of. (1888.) See Moulton, Augustus F. 

MoviTT Desert. See also Eden. 

Visited and named. 1604. See Champlain, Samuel. 

Capture of St. Sauveur. 1610. See Brown, Alexander. 

^Account of Jesuit establishment, and its destruction by Argall. 

See Biard, Pierre. 



-Called Pemetig, or Pemetic by the Indians. 1611. See Relations 
des J^suites. 



-Jesuit Establishment commenced and destroyed. 1613. See Hali- 
burton, T. C, also Parkman, Francis. 

-Destroyed by the English. 1613. See Relations des J^suites. 

-Settlement at St. Sauveur. 1613. See Shea, John G. 

-Jesuit Mission. 1613. See Murdock, Beamish. 

-Madame de Guercheville's Colony. 1613. See Drake, Samuel A. 

-La Saussaye at, 1613. See Parkman, Francis. 

-Argairs Expedition to. 1613. See Brown, Alexander. 

-Protest Against Capture by Argall. 1613. See Montmorencie, Henri 
de. 

-ArgalPs Expedition to. 1613. See Hamor, Raphe. 

-Near Mouth of Penobscot; Father Biard begins settlement of St. 
Sauveur on: frequented by English fishermen; settlement on, de- 
stroyed by Argall; Iberville at; Yincellotte at See Charlevoix, 
P. F. X. 

-Journal of voyage to. 1762. See Bernard, Sir Francis. 

-Letter couceming Bernard grant. 1762. See Bollan, William. 

-Papers concerning. 1762-66. See Bernard, Sir Francis. 

-Proposal for German Colony at. 1768. See Bernard, Sir Francis. 

-Petition of the inhabitants of Mount Desert. 1768. Copied from 
the Sparks manuscripts in Harvard College library. Bang. H. M. 
2:218. (1887.) [6646 

-Chart of. 1776. See Des Barres, Joseph, F. W. 

-Resolve on petition from. 1783. See Bernard, John. 

-Petition for confirmation of land at. 1785. See Cockle, J. C. 

-De Gr^goire Grant. 1787. See Porter, J. W. 

-Grant to M. Cadillac and wife. 1787. See Hamor, E. M. 



■Survey of Lots at Bar Harbor. 1787-91. See Peters, John. 



150 BIBLIOGRAPHT OF MAINE. 

Mount Dbsert, Continued. 

Intentions of marriage. 1789-1809. See Somes, Lymao H. 

^Incorporation of Eden. 1796. Bang. H. M. 1:191. (1887.) [6646 

Commissioner's Proceedings at 1808. See Lapham, William B. 

Temperance Address at. 1832. See Gilpatrick, James. 

Legend of. 1850. See Smith, Elizabeth O. 

^Appearance of. 1857. See Wright, Ghauncey. 

Cruise of the Forest Home: or, chronicles of a pleasure trip to 

Mount Desert New York: 1866. 8vo. pp. 173. [6647 

^Account of. 1867. See Martin, Clara B. 

Scenes in. 1868. See De Costa, Benj. F. 

Geology of. 1869. See Shaler, Nathaniel S. 

Romance of. 1871. Appleton's Jour. 5:400. (1871.) [6648 

Rambles in. 1871. See De Costa, Benj. F. 

History Mount Desert Lodge. 1871. See Hamor, £. M. 

Mount Desert Island and the Cranberry Isles. Ellsworth: N. K. 

Sawyer. Pr. 1871. sm. 8vo. pp. 64. (Map.) [6649 

Guide Book and Map to and over. 1872. See Dodge, E. H. 

Account of. 1872. Sec Nichols, George Wood. 

Illustrated. 1872. See Bryant, W. C. 

Typhoid Fever at 1873. See Morton, William J. 

Poem on. 1873. See Weiss, John. 

The Three Gifts, a legacy of. 1873. See Smith, Elizabeth O* 

Bingham Land Title at 1873. See Porter, J. W. 

Visit of Bishop Clark to. (1874.) See Curry, Daniel. 

Experiences of. 1875. See Arbuckle, J. 

Island of. 1875. See Drake, Samuel A. 

For Summer Afternoons at 1876. See Coolidge, Susan. 

Souvenir of Bar Harbor, Maine. August, 1876. New York: 1876. 

8vo. pp. 15. [6650 

Hand Book of. 1878. See De Costa, Benj. F. 

Bar Harbor Hotel. 1879, Am. Arch. 5:29. (1879.) [6651 

• Oxygen, a Mount Desert pastoral. 1879. See Grant, Robert 

Golden Rod, an idyl of. 1889. See Harrison, Constance C. 

Midsummer Night Adventure at 1880. See Blake, Anna B. 

^Map of Mount Desert Island. Prepared by Boston and Maine Rail- 
road. (Boston, 1880.) Size 21x22 1-2. in. (Folded.) [6652 

Summer School of Philosophy at 1881. See Mitchell, John A. 



U. S. Coast Survey Chart of Island, 1882. Size 26x80 inches. Scale 
1.58 to mile. [6658 



BIBLIOGRAPHT OF MAINE. 151 



-Souvenirs of. 1882. See Chisholm Brothers. 

-Mount Desert Island, Frenchman's and Blue Hill Bays, and ap- 
proaches. U. S. Coast Survey Chart. 1883. Size 29x38 inches. 
Scale 1.58 to mile. [6(V54 

-Mount Desert as a Summer Resort. Rand, Avery Supply Co. 
Boston. Second edition, n. d. (1888.) 12mo. pp. 16. (Plate.) 

[6665 
-Summer Days Down East. 1883. See Sweetser, Moses F. 

-Front Mission Peak to Mount Desert. 1884. Overland Monthly, 
n. 8. 4:427. (1884.) [6656 

-U. S. Coast Survey Chart of Bar Harhor. 1885. Size 11 x 15 inches. 
Scale 6. 34 to mile. [6657 

-Vacation Experiences at. 1884. See Rugg, Henry W. 

-Account of. 1884. See Chase, Eliza B. 

-History of. 1885. See Lapham, W. B. 

-Midsummer on. 1885. See Mace, Frances L. 

-A Plea for Bar Harhor. 1885. See Grant, Rohert. 

-Bar Harhor and Mount Desert Island. 1886. See Lapham, W. B. 

-History of. 1886. See Porter, J. W. 

-Story of a Boston Girl at Bar Harhor. 1886r"^ce Swazey, Arthur. 

-Bar Harhor and Mount Desert Island. 1886. See ** L. W. B. " 

-Souvenir of Mount Desert. 32 views, with plan of Mount Desert, 
n. d. n. p. (1886.) sm. 4to. [6658 

■With Pen and Pencil at Mount Desert. New York: Press of Liberty 
Printing Company. 1886. 12mo. pp. 48. (Illus. Map.) [6659 

-Album of Mount Desert 17 views, n. d. n. p. (1886.) sm. 4to. 

[6660 
-Address at, as President American Institute of Instruction. 1886. 
See Patterson, James W. 

-Address at. Education as a Preventive and Cure for Crime. 1886. 
See Dutton, S. T. 

-Address at. Chief Need of the Schools. 1886. See LiUlefield, 
George W. 

-Address at, The New Departure in Education. 1886. See Hardy, 

A. S. • 
-Address at. The Study of Anglo-Saxon. 1886. See Sears, L. 

-Address at, Methods, Their Use and Abuse. 1886. See Perkins, 

Albert C. 
-Address at, Overwork in Public Schools. 1886. See Hyde, William 

DeWitt. 
-Address at, Confessions of a Schoolmaster. 1886. See Newall, M . 

A. 



152 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Mount Desert, Continued, 

^Address at, The Study of English Literature. 1886. See Wether- 

hee, Emily 6. 

Address at, Temperance Teaching in Schools. 1886. 8ee Gustaf- 

son, Ajcel. 

Address at, The Right and Duty of the State to Educate its Child- 
ren. 1886. See Yon Slyck. Nicholas. 

Address at, School Instruction and the Labor Question. 1886. See 

• Atkinson, Edward. 



Gladys, a romance of. 1887. See Darling, Mary G. 

Guide to. 1887. See Chisholm Brothers. 

Bar Harbor Days, a tale. 1887. See Harrison, Mrs. Constance C. 

The Jesuit^s Ring, a romance. 1887. See Hayes, A. A. 

The Mystery of Bar Harbor, a novel. 1887. See Leffingwell, Alsop. 

Social Features of Life at 1887. See Warner, C. D. 

Inscriptions from head-stones in cemetery at Bar Harbor. Bang. 

H. M. 3: 19. (1887.) [6662 

Original Water Color Engraving of. 1887. See Harlow, Louis K. 

Idyl of Bar Harbor. 1888. See Pearson, Frederick W. 

^Guide to. 1888. See Sweetser, M. F. 

Gov. Bemard^s Papers concerning. (1889.) See Winsor, Justin. 

Mount Desert. (lUus.) In albertypes. Copyright. 1889. By 

A. Wittemann. 58 <& 60 Read Street. New York, The Alber- 
tine Co. N. Y. sm. obi. n. pp. (pp. 39.) [6663 

Account of. 1889. See Pennsylvania Railroad Co. 

St Sauveur's Church at Bar Harbor. (lUus.) 1889. See Shinn, 

George W. 

Illustrated. 1889. See Peabody, Henry G. 

Appearance of: fogs and aquatics: the Green Mountain view. 1889. 

See Cook, Joel. 

Woods of. 1889. See Rand, E. L. 

Chapter on. 1889. iSee Chase, E. B. 

Mount Desert and the Eastern Shore Land Company. Superintend- 
ent's report Description of Mount Desert Island, and the mag- 
nificent property of this company. Boston: 1889. sm. 8vo. pp. 
19. (Map, plates.) [6664 

Bar Harbor Village Improvement Association. Constitution, by- 
laws, and roll of members. Bar Harbor: Mount Desert Pub- 
lishing Company. 1890. 16mo. pp. 14. [6665 

Geology of. 1890. See Shaler, Nathaniel S. 

Account of the community of Mt. Desert. 1890. See Eliot, Charles 

William. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 153 

-Historical Notes on. 1890. See Porter, J. W, 

-Stmnge Adventures of a Summer Tourist at. 1800. See Googins, 
George C. 

-History Bar Harbor Lodge. 1882-90. See Hadley, Benj. L. 



MouiTT Vernon Ladies* Association. 

Report of the Mount Vernon Ladies* Association of the Union. 
1880. Portland, Me.: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1880. 8vo. pp. 12. 

[6666 

The same. 1881. Portland, Me.: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1881. 

8vo. pp. 17. [6667 

The same. 1882. Portland, Me.: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1882. 

8vo. pp. 26. [6668 

The same. 1883. Portland, Me.: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1883. 

8vo. pp. 22. [6669 

The same. 1885. Portland, Me.: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1885. 

8vo. pp. 27. [6670 

All these reports are over the signature of Mrs. Margaret J. M. Sweat, 
secretary of councils. 

MouBT, Geobob. 

Mourt^s Relation, or journal of the plantation at Plymouth, with 
an introduction and notes, by Henry Martyn Dexter. (Mono- 
gram.) Boston. John Kimball Wiggin. M DOG LXV. sm. 4to. 
pp. xlvii, 176. [6671 

Samoset, p, 83. Tarratlne or Penobscot Indians feared by Massachusetts 
Indians, pp. 126, 127. 

First printed in 1622. See Mass. Hist. Coll. 8: 203, (1802), and same, 2d ser. 
9:26. (1822.) 

MowAT, Henby, R. N. 1734-98. 

A Relation of the services in which Oapt. Henry Mowat of the 

royal navy was engaged in America, from 1750 to the end of the 

American war in 1783. fo. ms. [6672 

Owned by the Maine Hist. Soc. See account of It by J. P. Baxter, Coll., 2d. 
ser. 2: 345, wichh contains all that is of historic Interest. The siege of Pe- 
nobscot Is particularly described, but no mention of the destruction of Fal- 
mouth appears. 

Mower, Sabah S. 1811-58. Jjay. 

The Snow-drop. A holiday gift. By Miss Sarah 8. Mower. Hal- 
lowell: Masters, Smith and Co., Printers. 1851. 16mo. pp. 160. 

[6678 

The same. Hallow ell : Masters, Smith A Co., Printers. 1854. 16mo. 

pp. 160. 
Second edition. 

Moxus. Indian chief. 

Sketch of. 1845. See Drake, Samuel G. 



154 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

MuDGE, Enoch. 1776-1850. Clei-gyman, Orrington, 1797-1816. 

An Oration, pronounced at Orrington, July 4, 1808, in celebration 
of the 32d anniversary of American Independence. By Enoch 
Mudge. Boston: Printed by B. Parks, No. 75, State Street. 1808. 
8vo. pp. 15. [6675 

The Grace of God Manifested. A short memoir of Mrs. Anna 

Nickerson, late wife of Mr. Warren Nickerson, of Orrington in 
the county of Penobscot, district of Maine, by E. Mudge, in a 
letter to the Rev. J. Soule. Methodist Magazine. 1:804,841. 
(1818.) [6676 

Sketch of. 1888. See Porter, J. W. 

Commemorative notice of. 1861. See Sprague, William B. 



Muoo. Indian chief. 

Sketch of. ' 1845. See Drake, Samuel G. 

MuNOEB, Chables. b. 1818. Clergyman. 

Methodism as a Revival and an Organization. A centenary sermon 
delivered before the Maine annual conference of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church, in Lewiston, May 11, 1866. By Rev. C. Mun- 
ger. Published by order of the conference. Portland : Stephen 
Berry, Printer. 1866. 8vo. pp. 26. Appendix, pp. 6. [6677 

MxjNBOE, Nathan. 1804-66. Clergyman, Bradford, Mass. 

Lecture: The Qualifications of the Teacher. 1848. See American 
Inst. Ins. 

MuNSELL, Joseph Rice. 1803-78. Clergyman, East Brewer, Holden, 
Belfast, 1839-58. 
The Christianas Hope. A sermon occasioned by the death of Dea. 
John Farrington, October 22, 1841, by J. R. Munsell, pastor of 
the Congregational church, East Brewer. Bangor: Smith & 
Sayward. 1840. 8vo. pp. 15. [6678 

A Discourse upon the importance of reading the Scriptures, de- 
livered in Orrington, January 1, 1843. By J. R. Munsell, pastor 
of the Congregational church. East Brewer. Bangor: Smith & 
Sayward, Printers. 1843. 8vo. pp. 16. [6679 

^A Discourse upon searching the Scriptures, delivered at East 

Brewer, Maine. Bangor: 1849. 8vo.pp. 7. [6680 

MuNsoN, H. C. Clergyman. 

The Gospel and Maine Law Temperance Hymn Book, for gospel 
temperance meeting^, conventions, schools, lodges, unions, di- 
visions, temples, and other organizations. By Rev. H. C. Mun- 
son. South Berwick, Maine: J. D. Blaisdell, Publisher. 1884. 
24mo. pp. 48, (2). [6681 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 155 

MuNSON, Samuel. 1804-34. Missionary, Sumatra. 

Memoir of. 1833. See Memoir of American Missionaries. 

Sermon on his death. 1835. See Woods, Leonard. 

Memoir of. 1839. See Thompson, William. 



MuBDOCH, Beamish, D. C. L. 1800-76. Halifax, N. S. 

A History of Nova Scotia, or Acadie. By Beamish Murdoch, Esq., 

Q. G. Halifax, N. S.: James Barnes, Printer and Publisher. 1865. 

8vo. Vol. I, pp. XV, 543. Vol. II, xiv, 624. Vol. Ill, xxiii, 613. 

[6681a 

See Vol. I. p. 17, for an account of De Monts at St. Croix Island in 1604; p. 
64, of Jesuit mission at Mount Desert, in 1613; pp. 73-123, of the La Tours and 
D*Aulney; 146, of St. Castin; 146, of fort at Penobscot; Vol. II, p. 600, for a 
brief narration of the Penobscot expedition of 1779. 

MuBPHT, Francis. Temperance reformer. Portland. 

Account of his rescue and conversion. 1870. See Sturdivant, 
Cyrus. 

MuBBAY, Benjamin B. 

A Sermon delivered in the Universalist meeting house, Norway 
village, (Me.), on the Annual Thanksgiving. Norway. 1827. 8vo. 
pp. 12. [6682 

MuBPHY, James. 

Trial for the murder of his wife, at York. 1828. [6683 

BIubbay, James, Clergyman, Newcastle, England. 

An Impartial History of the Present War in America; containing 
an account of its rise and progress; the political springs thereof, 
with its various successes and disappointments on both sides. By 
the Rev. James Murray, of Newcastle. 

Armat virumque cano 



-Seiiot horrida bella. 



Et Tifbrim muUo ^immantem sanguine cemo, 

ViRoiL, iBneid, VI. 86. 

London: Printed for R. Baldwin, No. 47 Pater-noster Row; N. 

Frobisher, York; T. Robson, Side, Newcastle upon Tyne; Bayne 

& Mennons, Edinburgh; and Dunlop & Wilson, Glasgow. (1778.) 

2 vols. 8vo. [6684 

An account of the destruction of Falmouth is given in Vol. I: 40. In the 
copy of this work in the library of Harvard College, the second volume ends 
abruptly, at the bottom of p. 144. A note by Prof. Sparks says that this vol- 
ume contained 676 pp. O. Rich's catalogue states that Vol. Ill was continued 
to p. 332. The British Museum catalogue says there is another edition printed 
at Newcastle on Tyne, 1780. 

MuBBAT, John. 1742-93. Clergyman, Boothbay, 1767-79. 

The Last Solemn Scene. A sermon, preached at the church in 
Back-Street, Boston, May 22d, 1768. Published at the earnest 



156 BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

MuBBAY, JoHH, Continued. 

importunity of many of the hearers. By John Murray, A. M., 

pastor of the church at Boothbay. 

** We miut all appear before the Jadg^ent-seat of Christ." 

Paul. 
" Prepare to meet thy God, O Israel." 

Amos. 

Boston: Printed and sold by William M' Alpine, about mid-way 
between the governor's and Dr. (rardiner's, Marlborough-Street. 
1768. 8vo. pp. 45. [6686 

^Thesame. Newbury port: Reprinted and sold by G. J. Osborne. 

MDCCXCIII. 8vo. pp. 69. [6685a 

An Appeal to the Impartial Public, in behalf of the oppressed: be- 
ing an answer to their call, from the Massachusetts Gazette, or 
Boston Weekly News-Paper of Thursday June 16th, respecting a 
piece in that paper of May 12th, 1768. Signed by eleven ministers 
in Boston; with some remarks on that singular publication. By 
John MuiTay, A. M., pastor of the church at Boothbay, in the 
county of Cumberland, and province of the Massachusetts-Bay. 

Integer mta^ 9celeriequepurut 
Non curat Mauris Jacuiis, negue arcu 
Nee venteeUi* gravidam aagittie 
Pastor f pharetra. 

Portsmouth: New Hampshire: Printed and sold by D. and R. 
Fowle, 1768. 8vo. pp. 37. [6686 

The Character of the Reverend John Murray, formerly of Ireland, 

but now minister in Booth-bay, Massachusetts, set in a fair and 
impartial light, and well attested, by gentlemen of note, in 
Europe and America. Salem: Printed by Samuel Hall. 1769. 
8vo. pp. 15. [6687 

Nehemiah, or the struggle for liberty never in vain, when man- 
aged witli virtue and perseverance. A discourse delivered at the 
Presbyterian church in Newbury-port, Nov. 4tli, 1779. Being the 
day appointed by Government to be observed as a day of solemn 
fasting and prayer through-out the state of Massachusetts-Bay. 
Published in compliance with the request of some hearers. By 
J. Murray, A. M., V. D. M. — Newbury: Printed by John Mycall. 
1779. 16mo. pp. 56. [6688 

Memoir. 1859. See Vermilye, Rev. A. G. 



Mubbat, Lindley. 1745-1826. Educator. 

An Abridgement of Murray^s English Grammar, with an appendix 
containing exercises in orthography, in parsing, in punctuation, 
and in prosody. Designed for the younger classes of learners. 
By Lindley Murray. Second Hallowell edition, corrected and 
enlarged. 1812. [6089 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 157 

-English Grammar. Adapted to the different classes of learners, 
with an appendix, containing rules and observations for assist- 
ing the more advanced students to write with perspicuity and 
accuracy. 

" They who are learning to compose and arrange their sentences with 
accuracy and order, are learning at the same time, to think with accnracy 
and order. *' 

Blair. 

By Lindley Murray. From the eighteenth English edition, en- 
larged and improved by the author. Hallowell: Published by E. 
Goodale & N. Cheever. Sold at their respective bookstores, 
and also by West and Richardson, I. Thomas, Jr., E. Larkin, 
Bradford and Reed, Boston. Thomas & Whipple, and E. Little 
and Co., Newburyport. H. Whipple, Salem, and A. Lyman <& 
Co., Portland. P. Edes, Augusta, and N. Cheever, Hallowell, 
Printers. 1812. 12mo. pp. 308. [6690 

-English Grammar, adapted to the different classes of learners, 
with an appendix containing rules and observations for assisting 
the more advanced students to write with perspicuity and accu- 
racy. 

" They who are learning to compose and arrange their sentences with ac- 
curacy and order, are learning at the same time, to think with accuracy and 
order. " 

Blaib. 

By Lindley Murray. Second Hallowell, from the eighteenth 
English edition, enlarged and improved by the author. Hallo- 
well: Published by E. Goodale and N. Cheever. Sold at their 
respective book-stores, and by the booksellers in the New Eng- 
land States. 1816. 16mo. pp. 812. [6691 



-English Grammar, adapted to the different classes of learners, with 
an appendix, containing rules and observations for assisting the 
more advanced students to write with perspicuity and accuracy. 
By Lindley Murray. Fourth Hallowell, from the New York 
stereotype edition. Hallowell: Published by Goodale, Glazier 
& Co., and C. Spaulding. Goodale, Glazier & Co., Printers. 
1823. 12mo. pp. 800. [6691a 

-Murray's English Grammar Simplified; designed to facilitate the 
study of the English language: comprehending the principles 
and rules of the English Grammar, illustrated by appropriate 
exercises: to which is added a series of questions for examina- 
tion. Abridged for the use of schools. By Allen Fiske, author 
of Adam's Latin Grammar, simplified. Hallowell: Glazier, 
Masters & Co., Printers, No. 1 Kennebec Row. 1829. 8vo. pp. 
176. [6691b 



158 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

MuBBAT, LiKDLBT, Continued, 

^Marray's English Grammar, Simplified: designed to facilitate the 

study of the English language: comprehending the the principles 
and rules of the English grammar. Illustrated by appropriate 
exercises, to which is added a series of questions for examina- 
tion. Abridged for the use of schools, by Allen Fiske, author 
of ^* Adam's Latin Grammar, Simplified.' ' 

" The principles of knowledge become mo8t intelligible to yoang persons 
when they are explained and inculcated by practical illustrations and 
directions. 

Murray. 

Hallowell: Glazier, Masters <& Smith. 1840. Syo. pp. 176. [6691c 

Key to the exercises adapted to Murray's English grammar, calcu- 
lated to enable learners to become their own instructors, in gram- 
mar and composition. By Lindley Murray. From the stereo- 
typed edition, with the author's latest corrections. Portland: 
Published by William Hyde. 1823. 24mo. pp. 188. [6692 

^The English Reader: or pieces in prose and poetry from the best 

writers. Designed to assist young persons to read with propriety 
and effect; improve their language and sentiments: and to incul- 
cate some of the most important principles of piety and virtue. 
With a few preliminary observations on the principles of good 
reading. By Lindley Murray, author of an English Grammar, 
<fec., &c. Stereotyped by B. and J. Collins, from the latest Eng- 
lish edition. Hallo well: 1829. 12mo. pp. 268. [6693 

An Abridgment of Murray's English Gi*ammar, designed for the 

younger classes of learners. By Lindley Murray. Eighth Hallo- 
well edition, revised and corrected. Hallowell : Printed and pub- 
lished and sold by Glazier, Masters & Co., No. 1, Kennebec Row: 
Sold also by the principal booksellers in the United States. 1831. 
24mo. pp. 68. [6694 

MUBBAY, W. W. 

Isadore, or the captives of the Norridgewocks. A tale of real life, 
pp. 37. [6695 

MUBCONGUB. 

Petition from the inhabitants of Muscongus and Meduncook, 1767 
to the General Court Bang> Hist. Mag. 2: 158. (1887.) [6696 

MusooNOUB Grant. 1629. See Waldo Patent. 

Music 

Atl. Mo. 32:248. (1873.) 

The subject Is the performance at Portland, of the oratorio of 8t. Petert 
composed by John K. Paine. 

[6697 



BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 159 

Musical Rbpebtort (The). 

A Selection of the moat approved, ancient and modem songs. 
In four parts. Published and sold at the Hallowell Bookstore, 
sign of the Bible. By Ezekiel Goodale. Augusta: Printed by 
Peter Edes, 1811. 12 mo. pp. 209, 7. [6608 

Nabantbauk. (A tale of Maine.) 1829. See Altantic Souvenir, or 
Goodrich, S. G. 

Nabbagaxbett Townships. 

Grantors of. N. E. Reg. 16: 143. (1862.) [6699 

i9«e also Buxton. 

Nabbaouaoub Valley. 

Account of. 1886. See Milliken, James A. 

Nabbow Guaoe Railboads: their history and progress. The Kenne- 
bec and Wiscasset railroad. The first narrow guage enterprise 
in Maine. (Engraving.) Augusta: Sprague, Owen & Nash, 
Printers. 1872. 8vo. pp. 31, (4). [6700 

Nabal Yowelb of the Fbench Language (The), with ex plantations, 
exercises and questions. Portland: Arthur Shirley, Printer. 
1835. 

Kash, Chables Elventon. Journalist and publisher, Augusta. 

Compiler. Reunions of the Kineteenth Maine Regiment Associa- 
tion, at Portland, Bath, Belfast, Augusta and Richmond. 

Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Bristow Station, 
Mine Run, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, River Po, North Anna, 
Tolopotomy, Cold Harbor, Petersburg, Jerusalem Road, Deep 
Bottom, Strawberry Plains, Reams Station, Boydton Road, 
Hatcher's Run, Crow House, High Bridge, Farmsville, Appomat- 
tox. From the Press of Sprague, Owen & Nash, Augusta, Me. 
1878. 8vo. pp. 140, (8). [6701 

Contains addreBs at Bath, 1874, by Ck>l. JoMph W. Spaulding, " The Vol- 
unteer's Story;'* oration at Richmond, 1878, by Col. William H. Fogler, 
and poem by Capt. Charles E. Nash, ** Reminiscences of the Nineteenth 
Maine.*' 

Joseph Robinson Bodwell. Governor-elect of Maine. N. E. Mag. 

6:29. (1886.) [6702 

^Historical Statement: The South Congregational church and So- 
ciety, Augusta, Maine. 1890. See Augusta. 

Nash, Gilbsbt. d. 1888. Weymouth, Mass. 

Life of Solomon Lovell. 1881. See Weymouth Historical Society. 

Nash Island to Schoodic Island. 

U. S. Coast Survey Chart. 1888. Size 25x39 inches. Scale 1.58 
to mile. [6708 



160 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Nash, Stephen S. 

The French Expedition to Acadia, now Maine, in 1613. Translated 
from Vol. I, of the Narratives of Jesuits, by Professor Stephen 
S. Nash, of Addison, Me. Bang. H. M. 6: 6. (1890.) [6704 

Nason, Elias. 1811-87. Clergyman, Billerica, Mass. 

Nason^s French Reading Book. Chrestomathie Fran9aise; or a 
course of lessons in French literature, designed as an introduc- 
tion to the study of the French language, containing select fa- 
bles, amusing anecdotes, letters, dialogues, and elegant extracts, 
both in prose and poetry, from the most celebrated ancient and 
French modem authors; together with rules for pronunciation, 
copious notes and a vocabulary. By Elias Nason, M. A., principal 
of the Latin High School, Newbury port. 

" Quid verum iUque deeeui euro et rogo. " 

HOR. 

" LHmmorfette penUe a ta forme ieUnu^ 

Lanffue immorteUe au»H que Vhomme n*u*epa». " 

Lamabtikb. 

Portland: Sanborn & Carter. Newbury port: Moses H.Sargent, 

and A. D. Putnam. 1840. 12mo. pp. 127. [6705 

Nason, Mrs. Emma Huntinoton. Augusta. 

The Tower. Atl. Mo. 84. (1874.) [6706 
Poem at library dedication. 1880. See Hallowell. 

^White Sails. By Emma Huntington Nason. (Engraving.) Boston: 

D. Lothrop Company. Franklin and Hawley Streets, n. d. 
(Copyright, 1888.) Square 12mo. pp. 162. (18 plates.) [6707 

Poem. The Mission Tea-party. 1888. In Children's Ballads from 

History and Folk Lore. 

Miss Gladden's Hospitality. Pract. Housekeep. (1887-1888.) [6708 

Greystone Art Club. Pract. Housekeep. (1888-1889.) [6709 



-Sketch of. 1889. See True, Sarah J. 



Nason, Geobge A. 

Proceedings of the Department of Maine, Grand Army of the Re- 
public, and introduction of the order into Maine. Augusta: 
1877. 8vo. pp. 38. [6710 

Nason, Nathaniel. 1742-1818. Revolutionary officer, Berwick. 
Biographical Notice of. 1873. See Drake, Francis S. 

Nason, Reuben. 1778-1835. Educator, Gorham. 

An Address delivered at Gorham, on opening the academy in that 
place, Sept. 3, 1806. By Reuben Nason, A. M. '' 'Tis education 
forms the common mind. '' Portland: Printed at the new print- 
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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 161 

A Sermon preached at Gorham, on the day of the Annual Thanks- 
giving, Nov. 27, 1806. By Reuben Nason, A. M. Published by 
request. Portland: Printed at the new printing office, by J. 
M'Kown. 1806. 8vo. pp. 15. [6712 

^Topographical and Historical Sketch of Freeport, county of Cum- 
berland and district of Maine. Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 14: 476. 
(1816.) [6713 

A Valedictory Address, on relinquishing the charge of Gorham 

Academy, August 19, 1834. By Reuben Nason, A. M., late prin- 
cipal of that institution. Portland: Printed at the Mirror Office. 
8vo. pp. 14. 1834. [6714 

Natahanada. Indian Chief. 

Sketch of. 1845. See Drake, Samuel G. 

Nataxis. Indian Chief. 

Sketch of. 1845. See Drake, Samuel G. 

National Banks (The). 1880. See Richardson, Hobart W. 

National Book on thb Sabbath (The), illustrating its four grand 
designs, and proving its obligation; showing that the seventh-day 
sabbath is on the first day of the week, and what hour Sabbath 
time should begin. Portland: Bailey & Noyes. 1861. 16mo. pp. 
144. [6715 

National Insubance Convention. 

First Session. Official report of the proceedings of the National 
Insurance Convention of the United States, held in the city of 
New-York, May 24th, to June 2d, 1871. With preface and ap- 
pendix. Compiled by Henry S. Olcott, secretary of the conven- 
tion. New- York: Printed for the convention by J. H. and C. M. 
GoodseU, Nos. 156 & 158 Broadway. 1871. 8vo. pp. XXXII, 182, 
26. [6716 

Speeches by Albert W. Paine, of Banf^or, pp. 70, 92, 126. 

National Ship-canal Convention. 

Proceedings of the National Ship-canal Convention, held in the city 
of Chicago, June 2 & 3, 1863. Chicago: Tribune Company^s 
Book & Job Printing Office, 51 Clark St 1863. 8vo. pp. 248. 

[6717 
Speeches of Hannibal Hamlin, president; and of Israel Washburn, Jr.; 
letters from Samuel C. Fessenden, John A. Poor and Jedediah Jewett. 

Native Pokts of Maine. 1854. See Lancey, S. Herbert. 

Natube of the Lobd Jesus Chbist (The): and the personality and 
deity of the Holy Spirit. Selected from J. G. Pikers Guide to the 
Young Disciple. Limerick, Me. Published by D. Marks, book- 
agent for the Free Will Baptist connexion. W. Burr, Printer. 
1832. 12mo. pp. 24. [6718 

12» 



162 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Naval Temple (The) : containing a complete history of the battles 
fought by the navy of the United States, from its establishment 
in 1794 to the present time: including our war with France and 
with Tripoli. The late war with Great Britian and with Algiers. 
With elegant engravings, representing battles, &c. Boston: Pub- 
lished by Barber Badger. 1816. 8vo. pp. 258. [6719 

Operations in the Mediterranean, under Commodore Preble, p. 20; Enter> 
priBe and Boxer, p. 100. 

Neal, John. 1793-1876. Author, Portland. 

Siege of Corinth; a poem, and Parisina; a poem. By Lord Byron. 
N. Y. 1816. Portico. 1:464. (1816.) [6720 

A review, 8ie:ned"N.'* 

^Keep Cool, a novel. Written in hot weather. By Somebody, M. D. 

C. <&c., <&c., <&c. Author of sundry works 6f great merit-never- 
published, or read, from his-story. Reviewed by-himself. '*Es. 

quire." 

** AnffuUlam Cauda Unea, 
*• How d'ye do? 

Milton. 

" Rata and gentlemen, 
" Catch'd and waited on. 

80IX>M01T GUN-DY. 

In two volumes. Baltimore: Published by Joseph Cnshing. 
Wm. Wooddy, Printer. 1817. 12mo. Vol. I. pp. 239. Vol. II. pp. 
196. [6721 

Junius Not Identified. Journal of the times, 1818. [6722 

A review of " Jnnins Identiiled," by Taylor. It andertakes to allow tliat 
tbe author had fidled to establish the Identity of Sir Philip Francis with 
Junius. 

—Battle of Niagara, a poem, without notes, and Goldau, or the 
Maniac Harper. ** Eagles! and Stars I and Rainbows I ^' By Jehu 
0*Cataract, author of **Keep Cool,*' etc. Baltimore: Published 
by N. G, Maxwell. From the Portico Press. George W. Grater, 
Printer. 1818. 16mo. pp. 143. [6723 

The Battle of Niagara: second edition — enlarged: with other poems. 

By John Neal. Baltimore: Published by N. G. Maxwell. B. Edes. 
Printer. 1819. Ibmo. pp. 273. [6724 

Index to Niles' Register. 1818. General index to first twelve vol- 
umes, or first series, of Niles' Weekly Register. Being a period 
of six years: from September 1811 to September, 1817. By which 
every article and fact noted, with most of the opinions or ideas, 
advanced in this extensive work, may be immediately referred to. 
Baltimore: Printed and published by the editor. 1818. 8vo. pp. 
232, 22. [6725 

Otho, a tragedy, in five acts. By John Neal, author of the Battle of 

Niagara, &c. Boston: Published by West, Richardson A Lord. 



BIBUOGBAFHT OF MAINE. 163 

John H. A. Frost, Printer, Congresa-Street. 1819. 24mo. pp. 
zzi, 22, 120. [6726 

Rewritten and printed in "The Yankee," Portland, 1829. 

-A History of the American Revolution; comprehending all the 
principal events both in the field and in the cabinet. By Paul 
Allen, Esq. To which are added, the most important resolutions 
of the Continental Congress, and many of the most important 
letters of General Washington. In two volumes. Baltimore: 
Printed for Franklin Betts. Wm. Wooddy, Jr., Printer. 1822. 
8vo. Vol. I. pp. xi, 529. Vol. II. pp. xiii, 510. [6727 

Another imprint of Volume I gives: Baltimore: Printed for John Hop- 
kins. Thomas Mnrphy, Printer. 1819. 

Although the name of Paul Allen appears as author, the work was written 
by John Keal and Thomas Watklns. Set Allen, Biog. Diet.; Neal's Autobiog., 
C.18. 

-Logan: a family history. 

" Hear me, for I ¥ftU speak. " 

Brutus. 

Philadelphia: H. C. Carey & I. Lea, Chestnut Street 1822. In 
two volumes. 12mo. Vol. I. pp. (2), 317. Vol. II. pp. 341, (1) 

[6728 

-The same. In four volumes. 

" Hear me for I wiU speak. " 

Brutus. 

London: Printed for A. K. Newman <& Co., Leadenhall Street. 
1823. 12mo. Vol. I. pp. 300. Vol. II. pp. 286. Vol. III. pp. 
302. Vol. IV. pp. 321. [6729 

-Seventy-Six. By the author of Logan. In two volumes. Balti- 
more: J. Bobinson, 1823. 12mo. Vol. I. pp. vi, 13, 268. Vol. II. 
pp. 13, 260, (1). [6730 

-The same. Whitaker <fe Co., London. In three volumes. [6731 

-Bandolph, a novel. 

" Had heaven but tongue, to speak as well 

As starry eyes to see, 
O think what tales they'd have to tell 

Of wandering youths like me. ** 

Tom Moore. 

By the author of '* Logan" and ''Seventy-Six." Published for 
whom it may concern. 1823. In two volumes. 12mo. Vol. I. 
pp. 330. Vol. II. pp. 346. [6732 

-Errata: or the works of Will Adams. A tale by the author of 
•* Logan," " Seventy-Six " and " Randolph." 
** And there appeared a great wonder in heaven— a woman." 

Revelations 12: 1. 

In two volumes. Vol. I. New York: Published for the proprie- 
tors: and for sale at the principal bookstores in the United States. 
1823. 16mo. pp.364. [6733 



164 BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

Nbal, John, Continued, 

American Writers. By X. Y. Z. No. I. Black. Mag. 16: 304. No. 

n. 415. No. III. 560. (1824.) No. IV. 17:48. No. V. 178. 

(1825.) [6734 
^Brother Jonathan: or the New Englanders. In three volumes. 

WilUam Black, Edinhurgh: and T. Cadell, London. MDCCCXXY. 

12mo. Vol. I. pp. (2), 421. Vol. II. pp. (4), 451. Vol. IH. pp. 

(4), 452. [6736 
^The United States. Westminster Rev. 5: 173. (1826.) [6736 

^Yankee Notions. London Mag., new ser. 4: 437. 5: 71. 181. (1826.) 

[6737 

^Rachel Dyer: a North American story. By John Neal. Portland: 

Published by Shirley A Hyde. 1828. 12mo. pp. 276. [6738 

Reviewed in Englislmuiii's Mag., 1:65. (l&fl.), under title of "England 
and the United States.*' 

^Address delivered before the Portland Association, for the Pro- 
motion of Temperance, February 11, 1829. By John Neal. Port- 
land : Day & Fraser. 1829. 8yo. pp. 18. [6739 

Bibliography and Specimens of his Writings. 1829. See Kettell, 

Samuel. 

City of Portland: being a general review of the proceedings hereto- 
fore had, in the town of Portland, on the subject of a city govern- 
ment; with the petitions and signatures, and remarks thereon. 
By John Neal. Portland: Shirley & Hyde, Printers. 1829. 8vo. 
pp. 47. [6740 

^Authorship, a tale. By a New Englander over-sea. Boston: Pub- 
lished by Gray and Bowen. 1830. 12mo. pp. iv, 267. [6741 



Our Country. An address delivered before the almuni of Water- 

ville-College, July 29, 1830. By John Neal. Portland: Published 
by S. Colman. 1830. 8vo. pp. 36. [6742 

Translator. Principles of Legislation; from the ms. of Jeremy Ben- 

tham ; bencher of Lincoln's Inn. By M. Dumont, member of the 
Representative and Sovereign Council of Geneva. Translated 
from the second corrected and enlarged edition; with notes and 
biographical notice of Jeremy Bentham and of M. Dumont. By 
John Neal. Boston: Wells A Lilly, Court Street. G.& C. <& H.Car- 
vill, and E. Bliss, New York: E. L. Carey & A. Hart, Philadelphia: 
W. A J. Neal, Baltimore; P. Thompson, Washington; W. Barrett; 
Charlestown, S. C; Mary Carroll, New Orleans; W. C. Little, 
Albany; H. Howe, New Haven, and S. Colman, Portland. 1830. 
8vo. pp. V, 90, 310. (Port) [6743 

Satire upon his poems. 1832. See Snelling, William J. 

The Down-Easters, &c., 4&c., &c. By John Neal. In two volumes. 

New York: Harper A Brothers. 1833. 12mo. Vol. I. pp. vii, (1), 
206. Vol. II. pp. 204. [6744 



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-The Squatter. New Eng. Mo. 8 : 07. (1835.) [6746 

-Will, the wizard. New Eng. Mo. 8: 194. (1835.) [6746a 

-The Case of Major Mitchell. N. E. Galaxy. 18: Jan. 17, 24, 31, 
and Feb. 7, 14, 1835. [6747 

-The Unchangeable Jew: a war song of the Revolution. 1836. See 
Stephens, Ann S. 

-Banks and Banking. A letter to the bank directors of Portland : 
By John Neal. 

"Then the Lord of that servant was moved to compassion, and loosed him, 
and forgave him the debt. 

*' Bat the same servant went out, and found one of his fellow- servants 
which owed him a hundred pence : and he laid hands on him, and took him 
by the throat, saying. Pay me that thou owest." Matt. 18 : 27, 28. 

Portland: Printed at the Orion Office. 1837. 8vo. pp. 8. [6748 

-Oration: By John Neal, Portland, July 4, 1838. Portland: Arthur 
Shirley, Printer. 1838. 8vo. pp. 25. [6749 

-Man: a discourse before the United Brothers' Society of Brown 
University, September 4, 1838. By John Neal. Providence: 
Knowles, Vose <& Company. 1838. 8vo. title-cover, pp. (2), 25. 

[6750 

-First Exhibition and Fair of the Maine Charitable Mechanic As- 
sociation, held at the City hall, in the city of Portland, from 
Sept. 24, to Oct. 6, 1838. Portland: Published by the board of 
managers for the association. 1838. 8vo. pp. 82. 
(Separate title-page.) An address before the Maine Charitable 
Mechanic Association, September 26, 1838, on occasion of their 
first exhibition and fair, in connection with their triennial festival. 
By John Neal. pp. 63-80. Portland: Printed by Charles Day & 
Co. For the Association. 1838. [6751 

-Appeal from the American Press to the American people. In behalf 
of John Bratish Elliovich, late a major-general in the service of 
Her Most Catholic Majesty, the Queen of Spain, K. C. C, K. L. H., 
Ac, &c. And now an American citizen. By John Neal. Printed 
at the Argus Office, Portland, Me. 1840. 8vo. pp. 48. [6752 

-The Instinct of Childhood. 1840. See " The Envoy. " 

-Woman's Rights. Brother Jonathan. 5: 183, 236, 266, 304. (1843.) 

[6753 
-Ruth Elder. A novel. Brother Jonathan. 5. (1848.) [6754 

-Aaron Burr. Pioneer, 1: 6. (1843.) [6755 

-Sketch of the life of Mrs. Seba Smith. 1843. See Smith, Eliza- 
beth O. 

-Biographical and Critical Notice of, with fragments from his works. 
1847. See Griswold, Rufus W. 



166 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Neal, John, Continued* 

Children— what are they? Godey, 39: 260. (1849.) [6766 

One Word More: intended for the reasoning and thoughtful among 

believers. 

"nien said he unto them, Prophesy onto the wind! Prophesy! son of 
man, and aay to the wind, Thns salth the Lord Ood, Come from the four 
winds, O breath, and breathe upon these slain, that they may live! " 

Esekiel 37; 9. 

By John Neal. Boston: Published by Crocker A Brewster, 47 

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Works of. 1856. See Duyckinck, Evert A. 

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[6768 

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^The Moose Hunter; or, life in the Maine woods. By John Neal, 

author of the " Charcoal Burners, " " Ruth Elder, " " The White 
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\ 

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New Bbunswick Railway. 

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New Chxtbch. 

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Newell, Mbs. L. Amanda F. Bethel. 

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Newell, McFadden Alexandeb, LL. D. 1824-93. Educator, Balti- 
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" For the strengUi of the hills we bless thee, 

Oar God, our father's God ! 
Thou hast made thy children mighty, 

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*' The best security for a free goyemment, and generally for tbe pablic 
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[6830 

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[6844 
The memoir was written by Hon. William P. Preble. 

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-Sermon on. 1859. See Stebbins, Horatio. 

•Notice of. N. £. Reg. 13: 281. (1859.) [6848 



BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 177 

^Remembered Words from the Sermons of Rev. I. Nichols, late pas- 
tor of the First church in Portland, Maine. Boston: Crosby, 
Nichols, Lee & Company. 1860. 16mo. pp. vi, 141. [6849 

In depth and comprehensiveneBS of thought and a sort of imperial ma- 
jesty in the movement of the imaginative and moral forces, Dr. Nichols 
bad no equal among the Unitarian ministers. 

^Hours with the Evangelists. By I. Nichols, D. D. In two volumes. 

Volume I. Boston: American Unitarian Association. MDCCC- 
LXVII. 8vo. Vol. I. pp. X, 405. (Frontispiece.) Vol. II. pp. vii, 
888. (Port.) [6850 

^Notice of. 1864. See Palmer, Joseph. 

Reminiscences of Rev. Dr. Nichols, of Portland, Me. Rel. Mag. 

34: 378. (1865.) [6851 

Nichols, James. Londonderry, N. H. 

Descendants of. 1882. See Nichols, Edward P. 

Nichols, John Tatlob Oilman, D. D. 6. 1817. Clergyman, Saco. 
A Sermon, delivered at Saco, Me., May 16, 1852 on the Sabbath 
following the decease of Samuel Pierson, Esq., aged ninety-three 
years and three months. By J. T. G. Nichols, pastor of the Uni- 
tarian church. Published by the family for private distribution. 
Boston : Press of T. R. Marvin, 42 Congress St. 1852. 8vo. pp. 
28. (Port, and auto.) [6852 

A Sermon preached to the Second Parish in Saco, on Sunday morn- 
ing, June 15th, 1856. By J. T. G. Nichols. Published by request. 
Saco: William Noyes, Printer. 1856. 8vo. pp. 11. [6853 



A Discourse on the twentieth anniversary of his ordination, deliv- 
ered in the church of the Second Parish, Saco, April 12, 1863. 
By John T. Gilman Nichols. Published by request. Saco: 
William Noyes, Printer. 1863. 8vo. pp. 19. [6854 

Nichols, Stephen. Vassalborough. 

Testimony concerning. 1854. See Memorials deceased Friends. 

Nickels, Jonathan Cliffobd. Searsport. 

Affection's Tribute to the Memory of Jonathan Clifford Nickels. 
Born, June 20, 1827: Died, October 24, 1880. Sermon delivered in 
the Congregational church, Searsport, November 10, 1880. By 
Rev. R. G. Harbutt, pastor, n. p. 8vo. pp. 32. [6855 

NiCKEBSON, Anna. Orrington. 

Memoirs of. 1818. See Mudge, E. 

NiCKEBSON, Thomas, Jb., and family. Orrington. 1887. See Porter, 
J.W. 

NicoLLS, Richabd, and others. 

Description of Maine, 1688. See Hutchinson, Thomas. 
13» 



178 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

NiLBS, Maboub a. Haskbll. 1806-47. Clergyman, Marblehead, Belfast. 
The Sin of Duelling. The Moral Aspect of our Country. Two ser- 
mons, preaohed at Marblehead, on the 5th of April, 1838, a day 
of public fasting and prayer. By M. A. H. Niles, pastor of the 
First church in Marblehead. 8vo. pp. 18, 22. [6850 

Upon the CiUey duel. 

NiiJES, Samuel. 1674-72* Clergyman, Braintree, Mass. 

A Summary Historical Narrative of the wars in New-England with 
the French and Indians in the several parts of the country. 
Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 3d ser. 6: 154. (1837.) 4th ser. 5:309. 
(1861.) [6857 

NiLEB, Nathaniel. 1741-1828. Clergyman and Lawyer, Fairlee, Vt. 

The Perfection of God, the fountain of good. Two sermons, 

delivered at Torringford, in Connecticut, on Lord^s Day, Dec. 

21st, 1777. By Nathaniel Niles, A. M. Hallowell: Printed by E. 

Goodale. 1820. 8vo. pp. 32. [6858 

Niles, Nathaniel. 

Notice of. 1863. See Thurston, David. 

Noble, Fbances. 

Narrative of the captivity of Frances Noble, who was, among others, 
taken by the Indians from Swan Island, in Maine, about the year 
1755. Farmer A Moore Hist. Coll. 1 : 116. (1823.) [6859 

The same. See Drake, S. 6. 

The same. See Schoolcraft, H. R. 

Noble, Col. Abthub. Georgetown. 

Sketch of. 1881. See Goold, William. 

Noble, Lazabus. 

Account of his captivity. See Drake, Samuel G. 

Noble, Oliveb. 1739-1829. Clergyman, Newbury, Mass. 

Preaching Christ, the office work of ministers, and how they 
should perform it;— shewing in a sermon preached at Arundel, 
at the ordination of the Rev. Mr. Silas Moody, to the work of the 
ministry and pastorate care of the church and congregation in 
that place; January 9, 1771. By Oliver Noble, A. M. pastor of a 
church in Newbury. Salem: Printed by Samuel Hall, near the 
Exchange. 1771. 12mo. pp. 32. [6860 

Noble, Seth. 1743-1807. Clergyman, Bangor, 1786-97. 

Letter from Seth Noble to Governor John Hancock, 1785. Bang. 
H. M. 5:220. (1890.) [6861 

Objecting to the appointment of John Lee, of Majablgwaduce, as a magis- 
trate. 

Sketch of. 1887. See Porter, J. W. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 179 

NoBLEBOBOUGH. Incorporated 1788. See Bristol. 

Petition and Memorial to General Court. 1810. See Bristol. 

Nock. See Knox. 

Nonsuch Point. See Sargent, W. M. 

On Casco River, at the northern terminus of the Trelawny grant. 

Nooks and Cobnebs of the New England Coast. 1875. See 
Drake, Samuel Adams. 

NOBCBOSS, C. T. 

Sacred Songs; being a collection of hymns for the use of Christian 
denominations. By C. T. Norcross. Hallowell: Glazier, Masters 
A Co., Printers. No. 1, Kennebec Row. 1880. 16mo. pp. 192. 

[6862 

NoBCBOSB, Flaviits Yespasian. h. 1820. Clergyman, Union, Andover 

Manual of the Congregational church in Union, Maine. Prepared 

by Rev. F. V. Norcross. Waldoboro : Lincoln County News Job 

Print. 1884. 12mo. pp. 62. [6863 

Kobembegue. 

Ancient Name of the country upon Penobscot River. 1611. See 
Relations des J^suites; also Norumbega. 

NoBBiDOEWOCK. Incorporated 1788. See also, Indians, and Rale, Sebas- 
tien ; also Madison. 

A portion of the site of the Indian village is now within the limits of 
Madison. 

Called Naranchovac by the French. 1652. See Relations des 
J^suites. 

Abenaqui town; Dreuilletes at; Rale, missionary at; New England 

expedition against; letter of Indians of to governor of Massa- 
chusetts; Rale^s church at; plundered by English; English fail 
to carry off Rale from; rendezvous of Indians; surprised by New 
Englanders who kill Rale; Father de Syresseme at. See Charle- 
voix, P. F. X. 

Account of the destruction of the Indian village at. 1722-23. See 

Westbrook, Otis. 

English attack upon. 1724. See Haliburton, T. C. 

^Account of a revival of religion at Norridgewock, on Kennebec- 

River, about 80 miles from the sea; a few years since the habita- 
tion of Indians and wild beasts. Theol. Mag. Sept. 1797. p. 83. 

[6864 
Oration, 4 July, 1806. See Pratt, Spencer. 



Sermon, missionary. 1817. See Ellingwood, John W. 

Sermon. 1819. See Thurston, David. 



-Sermon, Parental Character of God. 1829. See Brimblecome, 
Samuel. 



180 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

NoBBiDOEWOCK, Continued. 

Carrabasset, a tragedy founded on the death of Father Rale. 18S0. 

See Peering, Kathaniel. 

Obituary record of. 1832-67. See Allen, William. 

Tale of. The church in the wilderness. 1828. See Child, Lydia M. 

Mogg Megone; poem located at. 1836. iSee Whittier, John G. 

Tale located at; Isadore. 1844. 5ec Murray, W. W. 

History of. 1849. See Allen, William. 

History of. 1849. See Hanson, John W. 

Sermon on Rev. J. Peet. 1852. See Hathaway, G. W. 

Legend concerning Indian village at. 1856. See Scribner, Isaac W. 

Old Point and its Monuments. 1862. See Boardman, S. L. 

Indian Fort at. (1866.) S^ee Ballard, Edward. 

Discourse, semi-centennial. 1879. See Shailer, William H. 

The Patriarch of; a novel. (1884.) See Oilman, Arthur. 

Novel located at; Drones^ Honey. 1887. See Clarke, Rebecca S. 

First White Child bom in. See Green, Samuel A 

Groton, Mass., families at. (1890.) See Same. 



NoBTH Amebigan Teacheb. Pseud. See Greenleaf, Charles. 

NoBTH, James William. 1810-82. Lawyer, Augusta. 

The History of Augusta, from the earliest settlements to the pres- 
ent time: with notices of the Plymouth company and settlements 
on the Kennebec; together with biographical sketches and genea- 
logical register, by James W. North. 

" the Lord has done great things for us already; whereof we rejoice. ** 

Ps. P.B.V. 

Augusta, Clapp & North. 1870. 8vo. pp. 080. (Portraits and 
illus.) [6865 

Maine Genealogical and Biographical Society, — its aims and pur- 
poses. Me. Biog. 1 : 1. (1875.) [6866 

Marriages of Early Settlers on the Kennebec. Me. Biog. 1 : 14. 

(1876.) [6867 

^The Establishment of a College in the District of Maine. Me. 

Biog. 1:113. (1876.) [6868 

Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

NoBTH Bebwick. Incorporated 1831. See Berwick. 
Centennial Discourse. 1868. See Worth, Edmund. 

History of. 1872. See Sanford, Everts A Co. 

History of. 1880. -See Clayton, W. W. 

Address on Gen. U. S. Grant. 1885. See Taylor, J. E. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 181 

NoBTHKND, Chablbs. Educator, New Britain, Conn. 

Obstacles to the Great Success of Common Schools. An address 
delivered before the American Institute of Instruction, at Port- 
land, Me., August 30, 1844. By Charles Northend, principal of 
the Abom Street school, Salem. Boston : William D Ticknor & 
Co., Comer of Washington & School Streets. 1844. 12mo. pp. 
42. [6869 

The same. See Am. Inst. Ins. 1844. 

NoBTHERK HABMomr. 1808, 1815, 1824. See Maxim, Abraham. 
NoBTHEBN Shbphbbd (The). 1835. See Holmes, Ezekiel. 

NOBTHMEN. 

In Maine. (1860.) See Williamson, Joseph. 

The same. (1870.) See DeCosta, Benjamin F. 

^Discovery of America by. (1889.) See Slafter, Edmund F. 



NoBTHPOBT. Incorporated 1796. 

Petition from, to General Court. 1816-17. See Belfast. 

Opening of the Davis wigwam at Northport, August 7, 1878. 

Stephen Berry, Printer. Portland, n. d. (1878.) 16mo. pp. 12. 

[6870 
So-called Meteorite at. 1888. See Robinson, F. C. 

Early Settlers in Northport and Lincolnville. Bang. H. M. 5:166. 

(1890.) [6871 

NoBTH Yabmouth. Incorporated 1680. Harps well set off, 1750; Free- 
port, 1789; Cumberland, 1821; Yarmouth, 1849. 
Petition of inhabitants of North Yarmouth in regard to land. 1686. 
O. T. 2: 146. (1877.) [6872 

Necrology of. 1730-50. See Banks, C. E. 

^Record of Baptisms at the First church. 1731-96. O. T. 4: 490. 

(1881.) [6873 

Necrology of. 1736-62. See Loring, Amasa. 

Intentions of marriage in North Yarmouth. 1747-52. O. T. 5 : 653. 

(1882.) [6874 

Capt. S. Mitchell's Company. 1758. See Carleton, Mary F. 

Tax List. 1759. O. T. 1 : 38, 70. 1877. [6876 

Tax List, notes on. 1759. See Banks, C. E. 

^Petition for division of town. 1787. O. T. 7: 969. (1884.) [6876 

Religious Revival. 1791. See Banks, C. E. 

Letters at the post-office at North Yarmouth, April 1, 1791. Me. 

Rec. 1 : 141. (1884.) [6877 

Tax List of North Yarmouth. 1794. O. T. 1 : 106. (1877.) [6878 



182 BIBLIOGRAPHT OF MAINE. 

NoBTH Yabmouth, Continued. 

Sermon, ordination R. Anderson. 1704. See McKeen, Josepli. 

Sermon on David Mitchell. 1796. See Oilman, Tristram. 



-Eulogy on Washington. 1800. See Mitchell, A. R. 

-Light Infantry Company. 1804. See Pratt, J. F. 

-Light Infantry members. 1805. See Corliss, A. W. 

-Sermon, installation J. Dutton. 1806. See Lyman, Asa. i 

-Sermon, missionary. 1809. See Jenks, William. 

-Sermon, ordination Francis Brown. 1810. See Rand, Asa. 

-Address on music. 1812. See Mitchell, A. R. 

-Sermon, Fast. 1812. See Brown, Francis. 

-Soldiers from. War 1812-15. See Sargent, W. M. 

-Privateers of. 1812-15. See Rich, M. N. 

-Sermon, missionary. 1818. See Bayley, Eiah. 



-Sermon, Fast. 1814. See Brown, Francis. 

-Sermon. 1815. See Ruter, Martin. 

-Direct Tax List of North Yarmouth. 1815. O. T. 1: 1, 35, 67, 108. 
(1877.) [6879 

-Sermon, ordination O. C. Whiton. 1818. See Whiton, J. M. 

-Sermon, ordination S. Chapin. 1819. See Chaplin, Jeremiah. 

■Sermon, centennial. 1820. See Chapin, Stephen. 

-Sermon, ordination Asa Cummings. 1821. See Allen, William. 

-Sermon, to mariners. 1821. See Chapin, Stephen. 

-Discourse before Casco Lodge. 1822. See Chapin, Stephen. 

-Result of an ecclesiastical council at North Yarmouth, May 23, 
1822. Boston: 1822. 8yo. pp.8. [6880 

-Sermon, ordination Caleb Hobart. 1823. See Storrs, R. S. 
-Tax List. 1823. See Corliss, R. £. 

-Letters to a Friend, on ecclesiastical councils, discipline and fel- 
lowship: comprising a history of the late dissentions in North 
Yarmouth, Maine. Portland : Printed at the Mirror Office. 1824. 
8vo. pp. 80. [6881 

-Sermon. 1824. See Cummings, Asa. 



-Address, 4th July. 1825. See Mellen, Grenville. 

-Sermon, ordination Geo. D. Boardman. 1825. See Chaplin, Jere- 
miah. 

-Discourse, Thanksgiving. 1826. See Cressey, N. 

-Diary concerning. 1829-49. See Loring, J. G. 

-Address, temperance. 1830. See Adams, Solomon. 



BIBUOORAPHT OF MAINE. 183 

-Address, historical. 1833. See Russell, Edward. 
-Xorth Yarmouth Aoademy. 1831-33. O.T. 8: 1128. (1885.) [6882 
-List of burials in North Yarmouth. 1833-68. O. T. 2: 165, 212, 
258. 3:301,334,367,413. (1879-80.) [6883 

-Marriages in. 1837-44. See Bradford, H. S. 
-Sermon, missionary. 1837. See Stone, Thos. T. 
-Sermon, on Jacob Mitchell. 1838. See Shepley, David. 
-Sermon, ordination S. H. Shepley. 1838. See Shepley, David. 
-School List. 1838-30. See Cleaves, R. C. 

-Manual First church, with catalogue members, and historical 
sketch. 1848. See Shepley, David. 

-Sermon, on H. P. Herrick, 1863. See Fowler, Stacey. 

-•' Old Times. " 1877-84. See Corliss, A. W. 

-Tombstone Inscriptions. 1877. See Rich, M. N. 

-Vessels built at North Yarmouth. O. T. 1 : 4. (1877.) [6884 

-The Old Meeting House. 1877. See Smith, Elizabeth O. 

-Records of the North Yarmouth Light Infantry. O. T. 1: 11, 44, 
93. 2: 157, 196, 232, 266. (1877-78.) [6885 

-North West Religious Society. 1877. See Rich, M. N. 

-Shipping Interests of. 1877. See Rich, M. N. 

-The First Universalist Society in North Yarmouth. O. T. 1 : 56. 
(1877.) [6886 

-Casco Lodge of Masons. 1877. See Gumey, L. 

-The Post-office in North Yarmouth. O. T. 1: 66. (1877.) [6887 

-Extracts from journal of the Provincial Congress, relating to North 
Yarmouth or its people. O.T. 1:80. (1877.) [6888 

-Fraternity Society Records. O. T. 1: 112. 2: 1. (1877.) [6889 

-First Church. 1877. See Rich, M. N. 

-Old Land Lots in North Yarmouth. O. T. 1: 120. 2: 210. (1877.) 

[6890 

-Lawsuits in North Yarmouth, Gidney Claim. O. T. 1: 128. (1877.) 

[6891 

-Ground Plan of the ** Old Church." O. T. 1 : 144. (1877.) [6892 

-Mitchell Family of. 1878. See Sargent, W. M. 

-Privateer *» Satisfaction." 1878. See Prince, M. G. 

-History of North Yarmouth. O. T. 2: 169, 193, 227, 260. (1878.) 

[6893 
-History of the old meeting house. 1878. See Mason, E. 

-Book of early claims. 1878-80. See Sargent, W. M. 

-Reminiscences of. 1878. See True, N. T. 



184 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

NoBTH Yabmoxtth, Continued. 

^Pirst Saw-mill. 1878. See Sargent, W. M. 

First Boundary Line of North Yarmouth. O. T. 2: 222. (1878.) 

[6894 
Academy. 1878. See Seahury, S. D. 

Soldiers in Revolution. 1879. See Sargent, W. M. 

Burials, Walnut Hills. 1879. See Buxton, P. M. 

Corrections to articles on old church. 1879. See Brink water, N. 

Indians of. 1879. See True, N. T. 

^Early Conveyances of land. 1879. See Banks, C. E. 

^Derivation of titles. 1879. See Sargent, W. M. 

Social Library. 1879. See Buxton, P. M. 

The Baptist Meeting House in North Yarmouth. O. T. 3: 429. 

(1879.) [6895 

Exercises of the 150th anniversary of the First church in Yarmouth, 

Me. 1730-1880. Portland: Printed by William Marks. 1881. 
8vo. pp. 52. [6896 

Contains historical address by J. Torrey. 

^Weare Family. 1880. See Sargent, W. M. 

^History of. 1880. -See Clayton, W. W. 

Biography Walter Gendell. 1880. See Banks, C. E. 

Old Planters at Westcustogo. 1800. See Banks, C. E. 

Bibliography of North Yarmouth. O. T. 4: 447, 638. (1880.) 

[6897 
Old Church. 1880. 5ee Sargent, W. M. 



-Proprietors' Plan of North Yarmouth. O. T. 4:482. (1880.) [6898 

-Proprietors' Reqprds of North Yarmouth. O. T. 4:484, 1197. 
(1880.) '*' [6899 

-Militia Rolls. 1880. See Sargent, W. M. 

-Bradbury Family. 1881. See Banks, Charles E. 

-Recollections of . 1881. fifee Stockbridge, J. 

-Oakes Family. 1881. See Banks, Charles E. 

-Ministers of North Yarmouth. O. T. 5:649. (1881.) [6900 

-Wyman Family. 1880. See Banks, Charles E. 

-Inscriptions from burial ground. 1881. See Seabury, S. D. 

-'List of vessels built at North Yarmouth. O. T. 6: 674, 743. (1881.) 

[6901 
-Baptise Church Papers. 1882. See Humphrey, J. J. 

-Prince Family. 1880-82. See Prince, Mary G., and Banks, Charles 
E. 

-Soule Family. 1882. See Banks, C. E. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 185 

Genealogical Notes from the records of North Yarmouth. O. T. 

6: 907. (1882.) [6902 
Loring House. 1883. See True, N. T. 

Record of Baptisms at First church in North Yarmouth. O. T. 

7 : 979, 1016, 1053, 1111. (1883.) [6903 

Militia in Olden Times. 1884. 8ee Banks, G. £. 

Epitaphs. 1885. See Corliss, A. W. 

Westcustogo Chronicle. 1885. See Corliss, A. W. 

The Four Judges of. 1890. See Loring, Amasa. 

KoBTON, Chablbs B. 1825-91. Journalist, New York. 

1859. No. 4. Norton* s Literary Letter. The bibliography of the 

State of Maine, and other papers of interest; together with a 

catalogue of a large collection of works upon bibliography and 

America. Charles B. Norton, agent for libraries, Appleton*s 

Building, New York. 18.59. sm. 4to. pp. 52. [6904 

Plages 11-30 comprise a descriptive catalogue of books and pamphlets relat- 
ing to the history and statistics of Maine or portions of It, prepared by William 
Willis, of Portland, 1869. This is criticized by 8. L. B., in the Hist. MAg., 
who is replied to by Mr. WUlis, Hist. Mag. 4: 211. 

Norton, Charles L. 

American Summer Resorts. American seaside resorts; a hand- 
book for health and pleasure seekers. Edited by Charles L. Nor- 
ton. New York: Published by Taintor Brothers, 678 Broadway. 
1871. 16mo. pp. 190. (1 illus; map in pocket.) [6905 

Maine, pp. 2&40. 

OfiE the Maine Coast. O. & N. 7: 542. (1873.) [6906 

Norton, David. 6. 1812. Old town. 

Sketches of the town of Old Town, Penobscot County, Maine, from 
its earliest settlement to 1879; with biographical sketches; by 
David Norton, Esq. Bangor: S. G. Robinson, Printer. 1881. 
8vo. pp. 152. [6907 

Norton, Lemuel. 

Autobiography of Lemuel Norton: including an account of his 
early life— rtwo years in a printing office, eleven years at sea, in 
which he was twice shipwrecked and experienced several narrow 
escapes from death, also, his Christian experience and labors in 
the gospel ministry. Portland: H. C. Little. 1861. 16mo. pp. 
192. [6^08 

NoRUMBSOA. See also, Norembegue. 

The earliest maps prevloas to the survey of the New England coast by Capt. 
John Smith in 1614, apply this name to a region of uncertain limits, often 
embracing the entire peninsula east of the Hudson, and south of the St. 
Lawrence, and sometimes limiting it to a portion of Maine. It first appears 
on a map of Verrazano in 1639, as ** Aranbega. *' 



186 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

NoBUMBEOA, Continued, 

Varying Limits of . 1582. /Sfee Hakluyt, Richard. 

River of, visited and described. 1605. See Champlin, Samuel. 

Account of. 1665. See Heylin, Peter. 

What It Was; river of, said by Charlevoix to be the Pentagoet. 1744. 

See Charlevoix, P. F. X. 

Explanation of the import of Norumbega. 1858. See Sewall, R. E. 

Norumbega: a po<m. 1860. See Whittier, John G. 



-Specimens of Indian language of. 1870. iSee Trumbull, J. Ham- 
mond. 

-History of. 1876. See Godfrey, John E. 

-The Lost City of New England. 1877. See DeCosta, B. F. 

-Chapter from Cliamplain*s Voyages, taken from the text of 1632 
for the Magazine of American History. Mag. Am. Hist. 1 : 321. 
(1877.) [6909 

-Notes on authorities concerning. 1877. See Virginia. 

-And its English Explorers, by B. F. DeCosta. 1884. See Winsor, 
Justin. 

-New £ngland*s Lost City Found. 1886. See Berry, A. B. 
-The Site of. 1886. See Horsford, Eben N. 
-Ancient. 1887. See Porter, J. W. 



-The River of. 1880. See Cook, Joel. 



Ancient Norumbega. (From theLewiston Journal.) Bang. H. M. 

6:49. (1890.) L^IO 

The Discovery of. (1890.) See Horsford, Eben N. 

A Voyage to. 1890. See Drake, Samuel A. 

NoBWAT. Incorporated. 1797. 

Sermon, Thanksgiving. 1827. See Morang, Benj. B. 

Sermon, dedication. 1829. See Wood, Jacob. 

Temperance Address. 1829. See Stone, Thomas T. 

History of. 1852. See Noyes, David. 

Catalogue of birds found at. 1862. See Verrill, A. E. 

Centennial History of. 1886. See Lapham, W. B. 



-Norway and South Paris Directory. 1888. See Putnam, Tower 
<&Co. 

-Leading Business Men of, with historical sketch. 1889. See Lead- 
ing Business Men. 



filBLIOOBAPHY OF MAINE. 187 

Articles of Faith, Coyenant and Standing Rules of the Second Con- 
gregational church, Norway, Maine. 

'* Unto him be glory in the church, by Christ Jesus, throughout all ages, 
world without end. " 

1890. Advertiser Print. Norway. 24mo. pp. 15. [6912 

NoBWOOD, Abraham, Jb. 

Religious Proscriptions for Opinion^s Sake, containing an account 

of the dealings of the First Congregational church in Blddeford 

with the author. And also, remarks upon some of the prominent 

features of orthodoxy. By A. Norwood, Jr., mariner. 
** Am I therefore become your enemy because I tell you the truth? *' 

Gal. 4: 16. 

Copyright secured according to law. Saco (Me.), printed for the 

author, by William J. Condon. 1832. 12mo. pp. 80. [6913 

The same. Reprinted 1862. See ** Pilgrimage of a Pilgrim, " &c. 

^The Pilgrimage of a Pilgrim, for forty years, as he journeyed to, 

and from, the partialist church, into and through sixteen years 
experience in the Universalist ministry — and not done yet. By 
Abraham Norwood, recorder of ^^ the acts of the elders, com- 
monly called the book of Abraham, " etc., etc. 

" I will bring the blind by a way that they knew not; I will lead them in 
paths they have not known. '* 

Isa. 42: 16. 

" Whither goest thou, Pilgrim Stranger? " 

Fifth and revised edition. Boston: Published by the Pilgiim for 

the Purchaser. 1852. 12mo. pp. 324. [6914 

The author resided several years in Saco and Blddeford, and was also a 
missionary in Eastern Maine. 

NoBwooD, Elias. 

Norwood's Political Poems, for the poor man's sights. Entered 
according to Act of Congress in the year 1884, by Elias Nor- 
wood, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, 
D. C. Price 25 cts., 600 verses. Portland, Me. 1884. 8vo. pp. 24. 

[6915 

Price 6 cts. Portland Election: Prohibition versus Rum. Entered 

according to the Act of Congress in the year 1888, by Elias Nor- 
wood. 1888. Elias Norwood, 33 Lowell Street. 16mo. pp. 12. 

[6916 

NoBWOOD, Fbancis. 1797-1871. Clergyman, Phipsburg, 1858-67. 

Sketch of the life and character of Sir William Phips. 1862. See 
Ballard, Edward. 

NoTT, Abneb Kikoman. 1834-59. Clergyman, New York. 
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188 BIBLIOORAPHY OF MAINE. 

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'* For we are his workmanship, created in Jesus Christ unto good works, 
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£ph.2:10. 
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2d Cor. 2: 5. 

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[6917 

The early life of the subject of this memoir was passed in Bath and Ken> 
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NoTTAGB, W. A. Wilton. 

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NoTGiNi, Chables. 

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Notes, Edwabd. Peering. 

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190 filBLIOORAPHY OF MAINE. 

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Oakman, Jobiah, Scarboro, and descendants of. 1887. See Flitner, 
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Oaks, SiiiVESTEB, M. D. 1820-87. Physician, Auburn. 
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0*Brien Family. Machias. 

Exertions of, in Revolution. See O'Brien, John. 

O'Bbien, John, Brunswick. 

Exertions of the O^Brien Family, of Machias, Maine, in the Amer- 
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O'Brien, John Maurice. 1786-1865. Lawyer, Brunswick. 

The Powers and Duties of the Town Officers, as contained in the 
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O'Brien, Michael Charles. Clergyman, Bangor. 

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The same. Commencing May 3, 1848, and ending Aug. 13, 1867. 

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The same. Commencing Aug. 10, 1880, and ending Aug. 11, 1885. 

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^The same. Commencing Aug. 11, 1885, and ending Aug. 12, 1890. 

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Grand Encampment Proceedings of the Right Worthy Grand En- 
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^The same. Commencing Aug. 3, 1874, and ending Aug. 13, 1884. 

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Odbll Wills. 

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Odsll, Mabia E. Eastport. 

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** Why do we love this trial by jnry? Because it prevents the hands of 
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Patbiok Hknry. 

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Read also at Columbia College in 1888. 

Old Orchard. Incorporated 1883. 

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12mo. pp. (16). [6946 



192 BIBUOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

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Chautauqua Normal Union and Ocean Park Assembly, at Old Or- 
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Ocean Park Chautauqua Assembly of Summer Schools at Old 

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[6955 
Leading Business Men of. 1888. See Bangor. 

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[6059 

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" Pittlcus, being asked by Crcesus, what was the most excellent govern- 
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COMRADI LVGOSTHENIS APOPII. 

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[6961 
The first edition was printed in Boston, in 1828. 

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The same. Fourth edition, revised and enlarged by a member of 

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12mo. pp. 12. [6966 

14» 



194 BIBLIOORAFHY OF MAINE. 

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196 BIBLIOGRAPHT OF MAINE. 

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I have considered the days of old, the years of ancient times. 

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Owen, Howard, b. 1835. Journalist, Augusta. 

Biographical Sketches of the members of the Senate and House of 
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^The same, for 1877. Volume VI. 8vo. pp. 15. [6999 

The same, for 1878. Volume VII. 8vo. pp. 15. [7000 

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^The same, for 1880. Volume IX. 8vo. pp. 15. [7002 

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^The same, for 1883. Volume XI. 8vo. pp. 16. [7004 

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Owen, Moses. 

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A queer advertising work. 



198 BIBLIOOBAPHT OF MAINE. 

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George H. 

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Vol. I. 1836. Vol. II. 1837. 8vo. pp. 606, 652. [7021 

Memoir, Vol. I, pp. 9-82. 

-Address at the Teachers* Association of Freeport and North Yar- 
mouth. Brunswick: Joseph Griffin. (1837.) [7022 

-An Address delivered at the dedication of the Teacher's Seminary 
at Gorham, Me., September 13, 1837. By A. S. Packard. Pub- 
lished by request. Portland: Arthur Shirley, Printer. 1837. 
8vo. pp. 24. [7028 

-Characteristics of a Good District School. An address delivered 
before the Teacher's Association of Bowdoin College. Bruns- 
wick: Joseph Griffin. 1838. 8vo. pp. 34. [7024 

-Z£NO«QNTOi: ADOMNHMONETMATA, Xenophon's Memorabilia 
of Socrates, with English notes. By Alpheus S. Packard, pro- 
fessor of the Greek and Latin languages and literature, Bowdoin 
College. Andover: Gould, Newman & Sazton. 1839. 12mo. 
pp. iv, 13: 264. [7026 

-The same. Second edition. New York: Gould, Newman A Sax- 
ton. 1841. 12mo. pp. iv, 13:264. [7026 

-The same. Third edition. Andover: Gould, Newman & Saxton. 

1843. 12mo. pp. iv, 5: 256. [7027 

-Memoir of Rev. Hezekiah Packard, D. D., chiefly autobiographical. 

Brunswick : From the press of J. Griffin. 1850. 8vo. pp. OS. 

[7028 
-History of the Bunker Hill Monument. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 3: 230. 

(1853.) [7029 

-The same. In separate form. Portland: B. Thurston & Co. 1853. 

8vo. pp. 33. [7030 

-Nationality. Bib. Sac. 13: 173. (1866.) [7031 

-Contributions to Annals American Pulpit. (1867-66.) Biographical 
notices of Rev. Samuel Eaton, Rev. Jesse Appleton, Rev. Heze- 
kiah Packard. See Sprague, William B. 

-Our Alma Mater. An address delivered before the Association of 
the Alumni of Bowdoin College, by Alpheus S. Packard, August 
6, 1858. Brunswick: Published by J. Griffin. 1858. 8vo. pp. 4ft. 
(Engraving of College.) [7032 

-On the Progress which Forty Years have Witnessed in the Means 
and Methods of Instruction. Maine Teacher and School Officer. 
4:300. (1862.) [7033 

-Bowdoin College in the War. In report of Adjutant General, 
1864-66. pp. 495-520. [7034 

Revised edition in report for 1866, pp. 521-656. 

-The same, in separate form. n. t. p. 1867. 8vo. pp. 36. [7035 



200 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Packard, Alphbus Spring, D. D., Continued. 

^William Smyth. With portrait Cong. Q. 10: 229. (1868). [7036 

Address on the life and character of William Smyth, D. D., late 

professor of mathematics and natural philosophy in Bowdoin 
College; delivered before the alumni of the college, July 7, 1868, 
by Alpheus S. Packard, D. D. Brunswick: Joseph Griflin. 1868. 
8vo. pp. 37. [7037 

Address on the life and character of Thomas C. Upham, D. D., late 

professor of mental and moi*al philosophy in Bowdoin College, 
delivered at the interment, April 4, 1872. Brunswick, Me.: 
Joseph Griffin. 1873. 8vo. pp. 24. [7038 

Historical Sketch of the Brunswick Congregational church. 1872. 

See Brunswick. 

Memoir of the Hon. William Willis, LL. D. K. E. Reg. 27: 1. 

(1873.) [7039 

Address of Alpheus S. Packard, D. D. Delivered on the occasion 

of the centennial celebration of the Congregational church, at 
Wiscasset, Aug. 6, 1873. Wiscasset: Joseph Wood, 20 Main 
Street. 1873. 8vo. pp. 27 [7040 

James McKeen, M. D. Born Beverly, Mass., Nov. 27, 1797, died 

Topsham, Nov. 28, 1873. Remarks at his funeral, December 2, 
1873. By A. S. Packard, D. D. Stephen Berry, Printer, Port- 
land, n. d. (1873.) 8vo. pp. 9. [7041 

Biographical Notice of Hon. William Willis. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 

7:473. (1876.) [7042 

Discourse by Rev. Alpheus S. Packard, D. D., of Bowdoin College, 

at the semi-centennial anniversary of the Congregational churches 
in Maine, delivered in Portland, June 28, 1876. Portland: B. 
Thurston & Co., Printers. 1876. 8vo. pp. 21. [7043 

The same, in Minutes Maine Conference, 1876, pp. 111-133. 

Nehemiah Cleaveland, LL. D. 1796-1877. For private distribution. 

n. t. p. 12mo. pp. 12. (On p. 12 signed) A. S. P. (also) Bruns- 
wick: A. G. Tenney, Printer. 1877. [7044 

Character. A Saturday evening lecture. See Little, George T. 

Delivered before the underg^raduates of Bowdoin College, November 17, 
1877, and again October 9, 1880. 

Remarks at the anniversary of the First church in Yarmouth, 1881. 

See Yarmouth. 

Reminiscences of Bowdoin. Lib. Mag. 7:9. (1881.) [7045 

History Bowdoin College. 1882. See Cleaveland, Nehemiah. 

Longfellow as a Student and Professor at Bowdoin College. (1882.) 

See Me. Hist. Soc. Proceed. 

Proceedings at the celebration of his 84th birthday. 1882. See 

Maine Hist. Soc. Coll. 



n 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 201 

-Recollections of Phillips Exeter Academy, 1883. See Phillips Exe- 
ter Academy. 

-Address, commemorative of. 1885. See Smyth, Newman. 



Address upon. 1885. See Bradbury, J. W. 

Resolutions on his death. 1885. See Barrows, W. 6. 

Memorial of. 1886. See Little, George T. 

Packard, Alpheus Spring (Jr.), M. D., Ph. D. Professor in Brown 
University, r. Maine until September, 1865. 
The Study of Natural History in College. University Q. 3: 319. 
(1861.) [7046 

Report on the insects collected on the Penobscot and AUeguash 

Rivers, during August and September, 1861. 8vo. pp. 4. [7047 
From the report of the Maine Scleiitifl«: Survey for 1861. 

Entomological Report on the army worm and grain aphis. 1861. 

8vo. pp. 16. [7048 

From the report of the Maine Scientific Survey for 1861. 

Report on the geological character of the country about the Fish 

River lakes and the Aroostook River. 1861. 8vo. pp. 6. [7049 
From the report nf the Maine Scientific Survey for 1861. 

How to Collect and Preserve Insects. 8vo. pp. 77. (65 cuts.) [7050 

From the report of the Maine Scientific Survey for 1862. 

On Synthetic Types in Insects. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist Jour. 7 : 590. 

(1869-63.) [7051 

The Character of the Lepidopterous Family Noctuidae. Port 

Nat Hist. Soc. Proc. 1 : 1.53. (1863.) ["7052 

The Humble Bees of New England and their Parasites, with notice 

of a new spetnes of anthophorabia, and a new genus of proctotry- 
pidsB. Ess. Inst Proc. 4: 107. (1864.) [7053 

Notes on the family zygienidsB. Ess. Inst. Proc. 4: 7. (1864.) 

[7054 

Synopsis of the bombycid© of the United States. Entomolog. Soc. 

of Philadelphia Proc. 3:97,331. (1864.) [7055 

Observations on the drift phenomena of Labrador. Canadian Nat. 

andGeol. n. s. 2:441. (1865.) [7056 

Observations on the glacial phenomena of Labrador and Maine, 

with a view of the recent invertebrate fauna of Labrador. 1865. 
Boston Soc. Nat Hist Mem. 1: 210-303. (1866-69.) (5 figures in 
text: 2 plates.) [7057 

Quoted by Geikie, James, F. R. S. E., F. G. 8., in •* The Great Ice Atje and 
Its Relations to the Antiquity of Man," 1888, pp. 384-383; and by Croll, James, 
in ** CUmate and Time in their Geological Relations." &c., 1890, pp. 282, 283. 

Notes on two ichneumons parasitic on Samia Columbia. Bost. Soc. 

Nat Hist Proc. 9:345. (186.5.) [7058 



202 BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

Packabd, Alpheus Spbino (Jb.), M. D., Ph. D., Continued, 

Observations on the drift phenomena of Labrador. Canadian Nat. 

andGeol. 2d ser. 2:441. (1865.) [7050 

Evidences of the existence of ancient local glaciers in the White 

Mountain valleys. Am. Jour. Sci. and Arts. 2d ser. 43: 42. 
(1867.) [7060 

Relating in part to glaciers of the Androscoggin. 

Ice Marks and Ancient Glaciers in the White Mountains. Am. Nat 

1 : 260. (1867.) [7061 

Gives an account of the traces of glaciers in Maine. 

Discovery of a Tardigrade. Am. Nat. 7: 740. (1873.) [7062 

Exploration of the Gulf of Maine with the dredge. Am. Nat. 

8: 145. (1874.) [7063 

Author^s Edition. Report on the causes of destruction of ever- 
green forests in northern New England and New York. By A. S. 
Packard, Jr., M. D. (Extracted from the annual report of the 
entomologist, department of agriculture.) 1883. 8vo. pp. 16. (2 
plates.) [7064 

Author's Edition. Second report 'on the causes of the destruction 

of the evergreen and other forest trees in northern New England 
and New York. By Dr. A. S. Packard, special agent. (Extracted 
from the report of the entomologist, department of agriculture, 
for 1884.) 1885. 8vo. pp. 12, (1), (3 plates). [7066 

Author's Edition. Third report on the causes of the destruction 

of the evergreen and other forest trees in Northern New England. 
By Dr. A. S. Packard. (Extracted from the report of C. V. Riley, 
entomologist, U. S. Department of Agriculture, for 1885.) 1886. 
8vo. pp. 16. (1 plate.) [7066 

(Fourth) Report on insects injurious to forest trees. Bull. 32. pp. 

53-56. U. S. Department of Agriculture. Division of Entomology. 
Washington. 1894. [7067 

Fifth Report U. S. Entomological Commission. Insects injurious 

to forest and shade trees, pp. 955. 1890. With many figures and 
plates. [7068 

AH the foregoing reports refer to injurious forest insects In Maine. 

Packabd, Charles. 1801-67. Clergyman, Biddeford, 1857-64. 
Memorial of. 1864. See Bartlett, Joseph. 

Packard, Chables Appleton, M. D. 6. 1828. Physician, Bath. 

The Physician an Educator. Annual address read before the 
Maine Medical Association, June 11, 1879. By Charles A. Pack- 
ard, M. D., of Bath. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1879. 
8vo. pp. 28. [7069 

The same. Me. Med. Ass. Trans. 6: 509. (1879.) [7070 



BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 203 

Packard, Ctbus A. 6. 1822. r. Blanchard. 

First Annual Report of the forest commissioner of the State of 
Maine. Augusto: 1891. 8vo. pp. 78. [7071 

Packabd, Edwabd Newmaiy. 6. 1841. Clergyman, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Memorial of Lieut. Frederic Henry Beecher, U. S. A. Portland: 
Stephen Berry, Printer. 1870. pp. 47. (Port.) [7072 

On fly leaf, " Edition limited to 200 copies." 

Packard, Gbobob. 1803-76. Physician, Saco. Clergyman, Lawrence, 
Mass. 
An Address delivered before the Female Temperance Society of 
Saco and Biddeford, June 17, 1838. By George Packard, M. D. 
(Published at the request of the Society.) Saco: Printed by S. <& 
C. Webster. 1839. 8vo. pp. 14. [7073 

Packard, Georoe Thomas. 6. 1844. Clergyman, New Haven, Conn. 

Sketch of Bowdoin College. Scrib. 12: 47. (1876.) [7074 

Historical Sketch of Bowdoin College. 1878. See Richardson, C. F. 

^Maine Crisis. Nation, 30: 26. (1880.) [7075 

On the election of governor. 

^A Chapter of Maine History. New Eng. 39: 233. (1880.) 

Subject: Election of Governor. 
— ^What May be Fairly Expected of the American Common School? 
A prize essay. First premium from the Bicknell Fund. Educa- 
tor, 2:111. (1881.) [7076 

Packard, Hezekiah, D.D. 1761-1849. Clergyman, Wiscasset, 1802- 

30. 
Sermon delivered November 11, 1802, at the interment of Mrs. 

Betsey Wood, at Wiscasset. Wiscasset: Babson & Rust 1803. 

8vo. pp. 16. [7077 
^A Catechism, containing the first principles of religious and social 

duties. In three parts. By Hezekiah Packard, A. M. minister 

of the gospel. Second edition, corrected and improved. 

Milk for babes. 

St. Paul. 

Portland : Printed and sold at £. A. Jenks* Office. Sold also by 

the principal booksellers. 1802. 18mo. pp. 72. [7078 

The tir»t edition was published In Boston, in 1796. 

The same, under the following title: 

A Catechism, containing the first principles of religious and so- 
cial duties. Adapted to the capacities of children and youth'; 
designed for schools; and beneficial to heads of families. By 
Hezekiah Packard, minister of the gospel. Boston: Printed 
and sold, (wholesale and retail) by Samuel Avery, No. 79, State- 
Street, and 91 Newbury-Street, 1810. 16mo. pp. 96. [7079 

The same. Fifth edition. Portland. 1811. [7080 



204 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Packabd, Hezekiah, D. D., Continued. 

Two Discourses on prayer, particalarly on family worship. 

Preached in Wiscasset, Feb. 12, 1804. By Hezekiah Packard, 
A.M. minister of Wiscasset. Wiscasset: Printed by Babson A 
Rust. 1804. 8vo. pp. 28. [7081 

A Discourse, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Thomas Coch- 
ran, September 11, 1805, at Cambden. By Hezekiah Packard, 
A. M., of Wiscasset. Together with the charge, by Rev. Mr. 
Windship, of Woolwich, and the right hand of fellowship, by the 
Rev. Mighill Blood, of Buckstown. Buckstown: Printed by W. 
W. Clapp. 1805. 8vo. pp. 32. [7082 

Letter to John Farmer. 1809. See Le Bosquet, John. 

A Dedicatory Address at the opening of the Female Academy in 

Augusta, erected by the Hon. Daniel Cony. Delivered at the 
request of the board of trustees, July 3, 1816. By the Rev. 
Hezekiah Packard, of Wiscasset. 

" Rejoice, O daughter of Zion; shout, O daughter of Jerusalem. " 
Hallo well: Printed by N. Cheever, 1816. 8vo. pp. 20. [7088 

The Rights of Children Defended in two discourses, delivered in 

Wiscasset, Feb. 11th, 1821. On infant baptism. By Hezekiah 
Packard, D. D. 

Can any man forbid water, that these should not be baptized? 
Wiscasset: Printed by S. B. Dana. 1821. 8vo. [7084 

A Short Address, delivered before the sufferers by the late fire in 

Wiscasset and Alna (Maine), at their meeting, January 18, 1824. 
n. p. n. d. (1824.) 8vo. [7085 

Memoir and Autobiography of. 1850. See Packard, Alpheus S. 

Commemorative Notices of. 1865. See Sprague, William B. 



Page, Alpheus Fetch, M. D. 1824-80. Physician, Bucksport. 

Inaugural Address before the Maine Medical Association. Trans. 
5: 32. (1874.) [7086 
Biographical Sketch of. 1882. See Wheeler, George A. 

Page, C. E. Biddeford. 

The Natural Cure of Consumption, Constipation, Bright^ s Disease, 
Neuralgia, etc. A health manual for the people. By C. £. Page, 
M. D. New York: Fowler & Wells. 1883. 12mo. pp. 278. [7087 

Page, Robebt. 1790-1876. Clergyman, Levant, 18:^5-44. 

Character and Blessedness of the Humble. National Preacher. 
New York. 1838. 12mo. pp. 16. [7088 

Sketch of the class which graduated at Bowdoin College in 1810, by 

Robert Page. Printed by vote of the class. Concord: Steam 
Printing works of McFarland & Jenks, Rear of Low's Block, 
Main Street n. d. (1852.) 8vo. pp. 11. [7089 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 205 

Page, Stephen Benson, D. D. 1808-88. Cleveland, Ohio. 

The Cluster: or memoirs of six deceased members of a single 
Sabbath-school in Waterville, Maine. By the superintendent. 
(Anon.) Written for the New England S. S. Union, and revised 
by the committee of publication. Boston, New England Sabbath- 
School Union. 1829. 16mo. pp. 216. [7090 

Memoirs of Eliza Knlgbt, Blary M. Dodge, Maria Cook, Artemas L. Boutelle, 
Jonathan M. Forbusb, Olivia S. Dunbar. 

Paine, Albebt Wabe. 6. Winslow, 1812. Lawyer, Bangor, from 1835. 
InMemoriam. Francis W. Sabine. Printed for his friends. Boston: 
Press of John Wilson <& Son. 1865. 16mo. pp. 21, (1). (Port.) 

[7091 

Speeches on insurance. 1871. See National Insurance Convention. 

Gold and Silver. Bank. Mag. 30: 457. (1875.) [7092 

Elementary Principles as Applicable to the Use of Gold and Silver 

as Money. Bank. Mag. 31 : 289. (1876.) [7093 

Paine Genealogy. Ipswich branch. Including a brief history of 

the Norman race (to which all families of ^^ Paine" belong) from 
its origin until the conquest and the crusade in which Hugh de 
Payen served. By Albert W. Paine, Bangor, Me. Bangor, Maine : 
Printed by O. F. Knowles & Company. 1881. 8vo. pp. 184. [7094 

The New Philosophy. By Albert W. Paine, counselor at law, 

Bangor, Me. Bangor, Me: O. F. Knowles & Company, Printers. 
1884. 12mo. pp. 168. [7095 

Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

Voting by Proxy at Public Election. "Lend a Hand." 1:637. 

(1886.) [7096 

The Territorial History of Bangor and Vicinity. By Albert W. 

Paine. Read before the Maine Historical Society, Portland, May 
25, 1882. Me. Hist Soc. Coll. 9: 221. (1887.) [7097 

The same, separately printed. Portland: 1887. 12mo. pp. 12. 

[7098 
Fifty copies printed. 

The Streets of Bangor. Bang. H. M. 3:213. (1888.) [7099 

Residences of Early Settlers and Prominent Citizens of Bangor. 

By A. W. Paine, Esq. Bang. H. M. 3: 213. (1888.) [7100 

niegitimate Heirship. " Lend a Hand. " 3: 683. (1888.) [7101 

The Grave-yards of Bangor. By Albert W. Paine, Esq. Bang. H. 

M. 4: 84. (1888.) [7102 

Ancestry of. 1888. See American Ancestry. 

Tribute to the memory of Israel Washburn. Read before the 

Maine Historical Society, May 21, 1882. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d 
sen 2: 101. (1891.) [7103 



206 BIBLIOGBAPHT OF MAINE. 

Paikx, Axbebt Wabb, Continued, 

John E. Godfrey. Bead before the Maine Historical Society, May 

28, 1885. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d ser. 1: 79. (1800.) [7104 

Painb, David. 

Portland Sacred Music Society's Collection of church music, con- 
sistincr of psalm and hymn tunes, anthems and chants, composed 
and compiled under the patronage of the Portland Sacred Music 
Society, and adapted to the use of classes, choirs, and the social 
circle. Arranged with small notes for the organ or piano-forte. 
By David Paine, organist to the Portland Sacred Music Society, 
and Park Street church. Portland: William Hyde and Colman 
<fe Chisholm. 1839. oblong. 8vo. pp. 340, (4). [7105 

Paine, Embbbon. 1793-1851. Clergyman. 

An Oration pronounced before the students of Brown University, 

at the First Congregational meeting house in Providence, July 5, 

1813, in commemoration of the anniversary of the senior class. 

"They howl'd for freedom In their senBelesB mood, 
Yet Btlll revolt, when truth would Bet them free ; 
Licence they mean, when they cry Liherty, 
For who loves that, must first be wise and good. ** 

MiLTOK. 

Portland: Printed by Arthur Shirley. 1813. 8vo pp. 24. [7106 

Painb Genealoot. Ipswich branch. 1881. See Paine, Albert W. 

Paine, Heitby William, LL. D. 1810-94. 6. Winslow. Lawyer, 
Hallowell, Boston. 
Argument on removal of Judge Davis. 1856. See Choate, Bufus: 
also Davis, Woodbury. 

^Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

Sketch of, with portrait. 1885. See Mathews, William. 

Paine, John Knowles. b. Portland, 1839. Professor of Music, Har- 
vard College. 
The First Performance of his oratorio, St. Peter. The Metro- 
nome, 3: 28. (1873.) [7107 
At Portland, by the Haydn Association, June 3, 1873. 

The same. See Music. 

Paine, Lemuel. Lawyer, Winslow. 

Notice of. 1859. See Allen, Frederic. 

Paine, Levi Leonard, D. D. Professor Bangor Theological Seminary, 

from 1870. 

Christianity in Its Progressive Belations. Inaugural address as 

professor of ecclesiastical history, Bangor Theological Seminary. 

Bangor: 1871. 8vo. pp. 19. [7108 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 207 



Christianity in Its Progressive Relations. New Eng. 30: 581. 

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Christian Evangelism : A sermon at seventieth anniversary of the 

Maine Missionary Society, at Calais. Bangor: 1877. 8vo. pp. 12. 

[7110 

^The Congregational Order of Worship. An address delivered at 

the Greneral Conference of the Congregational churches in Maine, 
by Professor Levi L. Paine, D. D., of the Theological Seminary, 
Bangor. Portland, June 16, 1881. Bangor: John H. Bacon. 1881. 
8vo. pp. 16. [7111 

Progressive Orthodoxy. New. Eng. 45:249. (1886.) [7112 

Paink, Robebt Tbeat, Jb. 1773-1811. Lawyer, Boston. 

The Hasty-Pudding: A poem in three cantos. Written at Cham- 
bery, in Savoy, January, 1793. Together with The Ruling Pas- 
sion. By Robert T. Paine, Jun. Esq. Hallowell: Published by 
Ezekiel Goodale. Printed by Goodale A Burton. 1815. 24mo. 
pp. 32. [7113 

Paiioe, Rotheus Emeby, M. D. 1834-82. Camden. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1883. ^ee Huse, B. D. E. 

Paike, Miss Selma Wabe. Bangor. 

The Philosopher and the Poet. Scrib. 13:143. (1876.) [7114 
The Legend of Saint Sophia. Atl. Mo. 41:486. (1878.) [7115 

Paine, Thomas. 1697-1757. Clergyman, Weymouth, Mass. 

Preliminary Title: Mr. Paine's Sermon at the Ordination of Mr. 
Willard. 

Title: Gospel-Light Polishes and Enriches the Human World in 
External and Common as Well as Spiritual Things. A sermon 
preached at the gathering of the church at Biddeford, and or- 
daining the Reverend Mr. Samuel Willard to the pastoral olGElce 
there, Sept. 30, 1730. With an addition of some marginal notes, 
for further illustration and proof of the places to which they are 
affixed. By Thomas Paine, M. A. pastor of church in Weymouth. 
John 1, 4, 5, 9. Boston: Printed for D. Henchman in Comhil. 
M,DCC,XXXL 8vo. pp. (4), 51. [7116 

Paine, William. 1806-61. Lawyer, Bangor, Portland. 

Paper in *' Voices From the Kenduskeag.'* 1848. ** Correspond- 
ence.'* See Appleton, Mrs. Jane S. 

Paine, Timothy Otis, LL. D. 1824-95. b. Winslow. Clergyman, East 
Bridgewater, Mass. 
An Inquiry into the history of Fort Halifax. '' The Eastern Mail,** 
newspaper, Waterville, Nov. 4, 11, 18, 25, 1852. [7117 

Cuttings are in the library of the Maine Historical Society. 



208 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Palaibet, John. 

A Concise Description of the English and French possessions in 
North-America, for the better explaining of tlie map published 
with that title. By J. Palairet, agent of their High Mightiness 
the States General of the United Provinces, &c. The second 
edition improved. London: Printed by J. Haberkorn, in Gerrard- 
Street, Soho: and sold by Messrs. Nourse, Vaillant, Millar, Roque, 
in the Strand; Owen, near Temple-Bar; Sayer, in Fleet Street; 
Ward, on Cornhill; Dunoyer, in the Hay-Market; Jackson & Jol- 
liffe, St. James-Street; Davis, in Piccadilly; Chastell, in Compton- 
Street, Soho; Chastelle, in Grosvenor Street; Millan, at Charing- 
Cross, &c., and Mr. Roque in Dublin. MDCCLV. Price One 
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Beknopte Beschryving der Engelsche en Fransche Bezittengen, in 

het vaste-land van Xoord-Am erica, dienende tot Verklaaring van 
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Description abregee des possessions Angloises et Francoises du Con- 
tinent Septentrional de TAmcrique, pour servir d'Explication 4 
la Carte publiee sous ce m^me Titre, par J. Palairet, Agent de L. 
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Palbt, William, D. D. 1743-1805. English theologian and philoso- 
pher. 
Natural Theology: or evidences of the existence and the attri- 
butes of the deity, collected from the appearances of nature. 
By William Paley, D. D. arch-deacon of Carlisle. Hallowell: 
Printed and Published by Glazier & Co. 1826. 12mo. pp. 288. 

[7121 

A View of the Evidences of Christianity, in three parts. Part I. 

Of the direct historical evidence of Christianity, and wherein it 
is distinguished from the evidence alleged for other miracles. 
Part II. Of the auxiliary evidences of Christianity. Part III. 
A brief consideration of some popular objections. By William 
Paley, D. D., archdeacon of Carlisle. Conveniently arranged for 
a text book. Brunswick: J. Griffin. 1847. 8vo. pp. 372. [7122 

A View of the Evidences of Christianity, in three parts, by William 

Paley, D. D., archdeacon of Carlisle; with introductory re- 
marks, and an appendix, containing annotations by Richard 
Whately, D. D., bishop of Dublin. Conveniently arranged for a 
text-book. Third edition. Brunswick: Published by J. Griffin. 



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Boston: Brown <& Taggard-Crosby, Nichols, Lee A Co. James 
Manroe and Co. New York: Phinney, Blakeman & Mason. 1860. 
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Palfbby, Cazkbau, D. D. 1805-88. Clergyman, Belfast, 1848-73. 
Wayland^s Sermons. Chr. Ex. 46: 390. (1849.) [7124 

^Address before Unitarian convention. 1852. See Unitarian Church 

Association. 

^The Problem of Evil Resolved by the Believer. Relig. Mag. 24: 169. 

(1860.) [7126 

Letter. Memorial Essex Street church. Boston. 1860. 5ee Boston. 

The Sons of Rechab. Relig. Mag. 33: 321. (1865.) [7126 

The Bible, and how we should use it Relig. Mag. 34: 193. (1865.) 

[7127 

Memoir of Rev. William Frothingham. 1865. ^ee Sprague, Wil- 
liam B. 

Memoir of Rev. Hersey B. Goodwin. 1865. See Sprague, William B. 

^The Personality of God. Relig. Mag. 36: 26. (1866.) [7128 

God, the maker of Individuals. Relig. Mag. 36: 145. (1866.) [7129 

^The Church and State. Relig. Mag. 36: 223. (1866.) [7130 

^The Book of Job. Relig. Mag. 37: 444. (1867.) [7131 

^The Elements of a Working Church. An essay read before the 

Maine Conference of Unitarian Churches, June 27. Un. Jour. 
8: 394. (1867.) [7132 

Doctrine of Reconciliation. Relig. Mag. 40:1. (1868.) [7133 

^The Sabbath of the Soul. Relig. Mag. 39:265. (1868.) [7134 

^The Religion of Work and Business. Relig. Mag. 42: 169. (1869.) 

[7135 

^The Religion of Recreation and Amusement. Relig. Mag. 42: 365. 

(1869.) [7136 

Optimism. O. & N. 8:167. (1871.) [7137 

Intercessory Prayer. Relig. Mag. 49: 143. (1878.) [7138 

Thoughts on Miracles. Relig. Mag. 49: 341. (1873.) [7139 

Thoughts on Christian Consciousness. Relig. Mag. 50: 25. (1873.) 

[7140 

Self-sacrifice. Relig. Mag. 50:406. (1873.) [7141 

^Mathew Arnold and Israel. O. <& N. 8: 746. (1873.) [7142 

^Notice of. 1888. See Peabody, Andrew P. 

Palmbs, Asa C b. Gorham. Clergyman, Bath. 

A Separate People. Yarmouth: I. C. Wellcome, director Scriptural 
Publication Society. 1885. 12mo. pp. 24. [7143 

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210 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Palmkb, Aba C, Continued, 

The One Fold and Only Door. What the Bible teaches about future 

life and final abode. How, when and where. By Asa C. Palmer, 
Bath, Me. Yarmouth: Scriptural Publication Society. 1885 
12mo. pp. 281. [7144 

^The same. Second edition. Yarmouth: Isaac G. Wellcome. 1888. 

12mo. pp. 231. [7146 

^The Way to Give. A Scriptural guide in giving. Yarmouth: Scrip- 

tural Publication Society. 1886. 12mo. pp. 4. [7146 

Mysteries of the Kingdom of Heaven. Yarmouth : I. C. Wellcome, 

director of the Scriptural Publication Society. 1886. 12mo. pp. 

118. [7147 
The New Birth and Correlative Doctrines. Yarmouth: Isaac C. 

Wellcome, director of Scriptural Publication Company. 1880. 

12mo. pp. 50. [7148 

^Two Classes of Professed Believers, or the Abrahamic maximum 

Christian, andtheholite maximum Christian. Yarmouth: I. C. 
Wellcome, director Scriptural Publication Company. 1889. 
12mo. pp. 12. [7149 

Woman^s Place and Duty in the Church. Yarmouth: I. C. Well- 
come, director Scriptural Publication Company. 1889. 12mo. 
pp. 12. [7150 

The City of God, or New Jerusalem. Yarmouth: I. C. Wellcome, 

director Scriptural Publication Company. 1889. 12mo. pp. 24. 

[7151 

^The Final Home of God's People. Yarmouth: Isaac C. Wellcome, 

director Scriptural Publication Company. 1889. 12mo. pp. 24. 

[7162 

Palmkb, Edwabd Stanton. 6. 1827. Clergyman, Freeport, Gorham. 
A Discourse preached before the First church and society in Free- 
port, by the pastor. Rev. E. S. Palmer, December 28, 1862, and 
published by members of the society. Portland: Printed by 
Brown Thurston & Co. 1863. 8vo. pp 16. [7168 

Palmes, John C. R. 

Explanation: or 1830; being a series of facts connected with the 

life of the author, from 1825 to the present day. Printed for the 

author. Boston. 1831. 18mo. pp. 191. [7154 

Palmer resided in Belfast, and had been an associate of the murderers of 

Stephen White, in Salem, Mass. His testimony secured their conviction. 

Palmbb, Joseph. 1796-1871. Boston. 

Necrology of alumni of Harvard College, 1851-52 to 1862-63. By 
Joseph Palmer, of the class of 1820. Boston: Printed by John 
Wilson and Son, 15 Water Street. 1864. 8vo. pp. vi, (2), 536. [7155 



BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 211 

GontainB obttnary notices of the following Maine graduates: Rafus B. 
AUyn, Belfast; Isaao N. Beals, Dexter; Timothy Boutelle, Waterville; 
Alexander R. Bradley, Fryeburg; Ebenezer Clap, Bath; Parker Cleaveland, 
Bmnswick; Joseph G-. Cole, Paris; Oliver Crosby, Atkinson; William 
Crosby, Belfast; Asa Cummings, Portland; Bnoch L. Cummlngs, Portland; 
Joseph Dane, Kennebunk; John T. P. Dumont, Hallowell; Samuel Emerson, 
Charles O. Emerson, York; William Frothingham, Belfast; Frederick Hobbs, 
Bangor: Leonard Jarvis, Sorry; Theodore Lincoln, Dennysyille; Oeorge 
B. Moody, Bangor; Ichabod Nichols, Portland; Freeman Parker, Wiscasset; 
William P. Preble, Portland; Thomas Rice, Winslow; Samuel E. Smith, 
Wlscasset; George Thacher, Saco, Monroe, Belfftst; Ellas Upton, Bucks- 
port; John Wadsworth, Hiram; Silas Warren, Jackson; Samuel Weed, Port- 
land. 

Palmeb, Mason Skinner. 1803-85. Corinth. 

Early Gleanings and Random Recollections of the Town of Corinth, 
Maine, from 1792 to 1833. By Mason S. Palmer. Bangor: Press 
of B. A. Burr. (Whig & Courier Job Office.) 1883. 8vo. pp. 34. 

[7156 

Palheb, Ray, D. D. 1808-87. Clergyman, r. Bath, 1835-50. 

The Spirits' Life. A poem : delivered before the Literary Frater- 
nity, Waterville College, and the Porter Rhetorical Society, Theo- 
logical Seminary, Andover, at their anniversaries, August and 
September, 1837. By Rev. Ray Palmer. Boston: Published by 
Whipple & Damrell, No. 9 Comhill. MDCCCXXXVII. 8vo. pp. 
16. [7157 

The Study of History Commended to the Active Classes of Society: 

lecture before the Bath Mechanics* Association, Dec. 4, 1838. 
Bath: Printed by E. Clarke. 1839. 8vo. pp. 16. [7158 

Spiritual Improvement: or aid to growth in grace. A companion 

for the Christian's closet. By Ray Palmer, pastor of the Third 
Congregational church, Bath, Me. Boston: Perkins & Marvin. 
1839. 12mo. pp. 239. [7159 

Republished in 1851, under the title of " Closet Hours.'* 

How to Live : or the Christian daughter's manual. A memoir of 

Mrs. Catherine W. Watson. By Rev. Ray Palmer, pastor of the 
Third Congregation church, Bath, Maine. Boston: Isaac Tomp- 
kins. 1839. 18mo. pp. 243. [7160 

The same. Second edition. Boston: Isaac Tompkins. 1843. 18mo* 

pp.243. [7161 

^A Doctrinal Text-book, designed to aid Bible classes, families and 

churches in the study of the cardinal doctrines of Christianity. 
Boston: Massachusetts Sabbath -school Society. 1839. 18mo. pp. 
72. [7162 

National Sufferings the Result of National Sins. A discourse, de- 
livered at Bath, Maine, on the occasion of the annual State Fast, 
April 6, 1843. By Ray Palmer, pastor of the Third Congrega- 
tional church. Boston: Press of T. R. Marvin, 24 C ongress Street. 
1843. 8vo. pp. 33. [7168 



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212 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Palheb, Ray, D. D., Continued. 

Theories of the Christian Life. New £ng. 3 : 373. (1845.) [7164 

This is a re vi«w of ** Principles of the Interior or Hidden Life/* by Thomas 
C. Upham. 



Christ Groing Forth to Purify the World : a sermon preached before 

the Foreign Evangelical Society, New York, May 7, 1848. By 
Ray Palmer, pastor of the First Congregational church, Albany. 
Albany: Joel Munsell, 58 State Street. 1851. 8yo. pp. 34. [7165 

Deacon Gershom Hyde. Cong. Q. 18 : 328. (1876.) [7166 

The same. Reprinted from the Congregational Quarterly for April, 

1876. 8vo. pp. 3. [7167 

*'My Faith Looks Up to Thee." With designs by Lisbeth B. 

Com ins; Engraved by Andrew. Boston: Lee & Shepard, (Copy- 
right. 1888.) 4to. 16 leaves, including 12 plates. [7168 

Education Applicable to the Entire Nature, n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 8. 

(Anon.) [7169 

Pencil note on copy at Bangor Theological Seminary says. " By Rev. Ray 
Paimer. " 

Palbceb, Samuel. 1737-90. Pittston. Soldier in French War. 
Ancestry of. 1890. See American Ancestry. 

Palmbbston, He^by John Temple, Viscount. 1784-1865. English 

statesman. 

Lord Palmerston on the Treaty of Washington, n. p. n. d. (1842.) 

8vo. pp. 31. [7170 

Articles published in the London Morning Chronicle, complaining of the 
treaty, as a surrender of British rights sSxd honor. 

Palmtba. Incorporated 1807. 

Address at. 1823. See Warren, Charles. 

Pabchbb, Geoboe, M. D. 1803-84. Physician, Ellsworth. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1885. See Gordon, S. C. 

Pabis. Incorporated 1793. 

Oration, 4th July, 1805. See Howe, Nathaniel. 

Address before Oxford County Lyceum. 1831. See Stone, Thomas T. 

Address before Oxford County Lyceum. 1832. See Emery, Stephen. 

Discourse on infant baptism. 1832. iSech Walker, Joseph. 

Address, temperance. 1834. See Emery, Stephen. 

Address, temperance. 1834. See Address. 

Discourse, Fast. 1847. See Walker, Joseph. 

Baptist Church at 1854. See Davis, C. B. 

^Trial at. 1863. See Oilman, Ephraim. . 



-Sermon, Mission of Children. 1861. ^ee Snow, J. C. 
-History Paris Lodge. 1872. See King, A. C. T. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 213 

Manual of the First Baptist church. 1876. See Edes, H. C. 

Historical Address, at centennial celebration. 1870. See King, 

Horatio. 

Poem, at centennial celebration. 1879. ^ee Emery, George F. 

^Educational History of. 1879. See Wilson, George A. 

Manual of the First Congregational church, in South Paris. 1882. 

The articles of faith and covenant are as adopted by the churches 
in Oxford Conference, in 1837. The principles and rules were 
adopted by this church in 1882. Paris, Maine: Printed at the 
Oxford Democrat Office. 1882. 12mo. pp. 28. [7171 

^History of. 1884. See Lapham, W. B. 

Semi-centennial Oxford Democrat. 1884. See Lapham, W. B. 

History Oxford Democrat. 1886. See Lapham. W. B. 

^Directory of South Paris. 1888. See Putnam, Tower & Co. 

Leading Business Men of South Paris, with historical sketch. 1889. 

See Leading Business Men. 

The Tourmalines of Mount Mica. 1890. See Merrifield, Susanna 

B. B. 

Pabk, Mbs. Ann A. Berlin, N. H. 

Sermon on. 1839. See Carver, Robert. 

Pabk, Edwabds Amasa, D. D. b. 1808. Professor Andover Theo- 
logical Seminary. 

Writings of Rev. William Bradford Homer, late pastor of the Con- 
gregational church in South Berwick, Me. With a memoir. By 
Edwards A. Park, Bartlet professor in Andover Theological Semi- 
nary. Andover: Allen, Morrill & Wardwell. 1842. 12mo. pp. 
lix, 13, 396. [7172 

The same. With introductory essay, and a memoir. Second 

edition. Boston: Press of T. R. Marvin. 1849. 12mo. pp. lix, 13, 
395. . [7173 

The Life and Character of Leonard Woods, D. D., LL. D. By Ed- 
wards A. Park. Andover, (Mass.) Warren A Draper. 1880. 
8vo. pp. 62. [7174 
Reviewed in The Century, 21 : 188. (1881.) See Dana, Richard H. 

Pabke Danfobth. Pseud. See Talhot, Miss Hannah L. 

Pabksb, Charles C. Gorham. 

Memorial Discourse. 1871. See Robie, Toppan. 

Pabkbb, Ezba, and family, Bluehill. 1890. See Candage, R. G. F. 

Pabkeb, Foxhall Alexandeb. 1821-79. Naval officer. 

The First Sea-fight of the Revolution. The capture of the Marga- 
retta. Mag. Am. Hist. 1 : 209. (1877.) [7176 




214 BIBLIOORAPHY OF MAINE. 

Pabkbb, Fbbdebick G. 1840-83. Presque Isle. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1886. See Lapham, W. B. 

Pabkbb, Fbbbman. 1776-1854. Clergyman, Dresden, Wiscasset 

A Sermon delivered at Dresden, July 23, 1812, the day appointed 
by the governor and council for a State Fast; and at Wiscasset 
on the 20th of August following, the day recommended by the 
president of the United States for a National Fast. By Bev. 
Freeman Parker, A. M., pastor of the church in Dresden. Pub- 
lished by request. Portland : Arthur Shirley. 1812. 8vo. pp. 18. 

[7176 

A Masonic Address, delivered at Wiscasset, before the officers and 

members of Lincoln Lodge, on the Festival of St. John the Bap- 
tist, June 24, A. L. 5813. By Freeman Parker, A. M., chaplain 
of Lincoln Lodge, and minister in the town of Dresden. Hallo- 
well : Printed by N. Cheever. 1813. 8vo. pp. 16. [7177 

^Notice of. 1864. See Palmer, Joseph. 

Pabkbb, Isaac, LL. D. 1768-1830. Jurist and lawyer, r. Castine 
and Portland, 1789-1806. 
An Oration, delivered at Castine, July 4, 1796, at the celebration of 
the twentieth anniversary of American Independence. By Isaac 
Parker, Esq. Printed by Samuel Hall, No. 53 Comhlll, Boston, 
1796. small 8vo. pp. 15. [7178 

An Oration on the sublime virtues of General George Washington, 

late president of the United States. Pronounced before the in- 
habitants of Portland, February 22nd, 1800. By appointment of 
the selectmen, agreeable to the vote of the town. By Isaac 
Parker. Portland: Printed by Elezer Alley Jenks. n. d. (1800.) 
8vo. pp. 24. [7179 

Biographical Sketch of. 1863. ^ee Willis, William. 

Sketch of. 1887. See Porter, J. W. 



Pabkbb, Johx. Parker* s Island. 

Sketch of. 1866. See Drummond, Josiah H. 

Pabkbb, Miohill. 1764-1827. Islesboro. 

A Contribution to the History of Islesboro. (Extract from a letter 
written by Mighill Parker, 1821.) Bang. H. M. 6: 61. (1890.) 

[7180 

Pabkbb, Nathan, and family, Bluehill. 1890. See Candage, R. G. F. 

Pabkbb, Peteb, and family, Bluehill. 1890. See Candage, R. G. F. 

Pabkbb, Robebt, and family, Bluehill. 1890. See Candage, R. G. F. 

Pabkbb, Sabah Nte. 

Sketch of life of. 1830. See Pinkham, Rebekah P. 



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BIBLIOGBAPHY OF MAINE. 215 

Pabkbb, Thomas. 1783-1860. Farmington. 

A History of Farmington, Maine, from its settlement to 1846. By 
Thomas Parker. Farmington, Me. : J. S. Swift, Printer and Pub- 
lisher. 1846. 8yo. pp. 136. [7181 

The same. By the late Thomas Parker, Judge of Probate. Second 

edition. Farming^n: J. S. Swift, Publisher. 1875. 8yo. pp. 120. 

[7182 
Pabksb, William P. Winterport. 

Remarks at his funeral. 1855. See Hayes, Stephen H. 

Pabksb, Woosteb. 1807-84. Clergyman, r. Maine, 1832-84. 

A Sermon occasioned by the death of Mrs. Jane R. Adams, who 
died at Castine, Me., Jan. 7, 1834. By Wooster Parker, pastor of 
the Trinitarian church in Castine. Published by request Ban- 
gor: Printed by James Burton, Jr. 1834. 8yo. pp. 15. « [7183 

A Discourse delivered in Orono, Maine, on Thanksgiving Day, No- 
vember 30th, 1837. By Wooster Parker, minister of the First 
Congregational church. Bangor: Charles Cobb, Printer. 1837. 
8vo. pp. 22. [7184 

The Rule of Duty. A sermon, delivered in Dover, on Fast Day, 

April 10, 1851. By Wooster Parker, pastor of the CongU 
church of Foxcroft and Dover. Bangor: 1851. 12mo. pp. 21. 

[7186 

Departed Saints — Where are They ? A sermon preached at the 

funeral of Mrs. Sarah B. Carpenter, wife of Rev. £. G. Carpen- 
ter, at Dexter, Maine, September 28, 1853. By Wooster Parker, 
pastor of the Congregational church of Foxcroft and Dover. 
Bath : 1854. 8vo. pp. 43. (Port) [7186 

In appendix. ** A Tribute of Love to a Sainted Wife, dedicated to Family 



and Personal Friends. 



It 



Every Man Has His Own Work. Sermon; preached before the Maine 

Missionary Society, at Bangor, June 27, 1860. By Wooster 
Parker, pastor of the church in Belfast. Augusta: Printed at 
the Kennebec Journal Office. 1860. 8vo. pp. 14. [7187 

Pabksb's Island. Plan of Eranohegan. N. E. Reg. 28: 119. (1874.) 

[7188 
Pabkhubbt, John L. 

Latin Lessons for Children on the Inductive Method of Instruction. 
By John L. Paikhurst Boston: William Hyde & Co. 1832. 
18mo. pp 36. [7189 

Pabkm AN. Incorporated 1822. 

Sermon, before Baptist Association. 1832. See Ripley, Thomas B. 
Historical Account of. 1880. See Loring, Amasa. 



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216 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Pabkman, Fbancis, LL. D. 1823-03. Historian, Boston. 

France and England in North America. A series of historical nar- 
ratives. By Francis Parkman, author of ** History of the Con- 
spiracy of Pontiac, " '* Prairie and Rocky Mountain Life, ** etc. 
Part first. Boston: Little, Brown and Company. 1888. 16mo. 
pp. xiv, 473. (Copyright, 1805.) [7190 

OtmtmUt relaHng to Maine: Abenakis IndiADS, the adventure of Biancourt, 
with the, 291, 292; Acadia, De Monte* scheme to colonize, 243; Derivation of 
the name, 243. ITote; Granted Madame de Gnercheville, 297; The ruin of, 
314; Argall, Samuel, Captain, sails for the coast of Maine, 306; Interviews 
the Indians, 307; Attacks the French at Mount Desert, 308; Da Thet killed, 
Seizes their commissions and property, 300; His treatment of his prisoners, 
310; Destroys the French settlements at Mount Desert and St. Croix, 313; 
Sends an expedition to Mount Desert, 313; Asticou, an Indian Chief at 
Mount Desert, 303; Biard, Pierre, makes an excursion to the Kennebec, 
1611; Carried by La Saussaye to Mount Desert, 302; Accompanies Argall on 
his expedition to destroy the buildings at Mount Desert and St. Croix Island, 
318; Blencourt, makes an excursion along the coast of Maine in 1611, 291; 
Champlain, Samuel de, builds a house at St. Croix Island in 1604,250; Ex- 
plores the coast of Maine, 263; At Mount Desert in a storm, 266; Du Thet, 
Gilbert, reaches Mount Desert in 1613, 302; Killed there, 308; Mount Desert, 
named by Champlain, 263; Harbor selected by the Jesuits there, 304; La 
Saussaye, at Mount Desert, 302; Attacked by the English, 306; Flees but re- 
turns, 300; Turned adrift by Argall, 310; Mass^, Enemond, a Jesuit priest, 
287; Carried to Mount Desert, 302; Monts, Pierre du Guast, Sieur de, settles 
the colony at St. Croix, 248, 250; Explores the coast of Maine 263; Transfers 
his lands to Madame de GuerchevlUe, 297; Nonimbega, 202. Note; Fassama- 
qoddy Indians, 248; Penobscot River, called the Pemetlgoet, etc., 263; St. 
Croix Island, Champlain settles the colony at, 348, 360; A severe winter at, 
261; Sickness and death at, 262; St. Croix River, 249. 

The Jesuits in North America in the 17th Century. By Francis 

Parkham, author of '* Pioneers of France in the New World.^' 

24th edition. Boston: Little, Brown <& Co. 1888. 16mo. pp. 

Ixxxix, 463. (Copyright, 1867.) [7191 

C&ntenU relating toMdine: Capuchins, a station of them on the Penobscot 
in 1646, 322; Dreuilletes, Gabriel, his labors among the Abenakis on the Ken> 
nebec, 1646-47, 321, 323. 

The Old Regime in Canada. By Francis Parkman, author of 

** Pioneers of France in the New World," "The Jesuits in North 
America," and "The Discovery of the Great West." 20th edi- 
tion. Boston: Little, Brown & Company. 1888. Copyright, 
1874. 16mo. pp. xvi, 448. (Map.) [7102 

Contente relating to Maine: Saint Castln, a gentilhomme rover, 261. 

Count Frontenac and New France under Louis XIV. By Francis 

Parkman, author of " Pioneers of France in the New World," 

"The Jesuits in North America," "The Discovery of the Great 

West," and " The Old Regime in Canada." 19th edition. Boston: 

Little, Brown A Company. 1888. (Copyright, 1877.) 16mo. pp. 

xvi, 463. (Map.) [7193 

Content* relating to Maine: Abenakis, Indians of Acadia and Maine, 220, 
221, 228, 310, 368; Their domain, 338: Missions, 339; Attack on York, 348; Their 



BIBLIOOBAPHT OF MAINE. 217 

attack on Wells, 363; Is foiled, 366; Treaty with the English of Pemaquid, 
360; Acadia (Nova Scotia and westward to the Kennehec), exposed to in- 
raids from New England, 117, 336; The war in, 336-368; The region, 837, 339; 
Hostilities, 342; Border war, 347, 363, 363; Bigot, Jacques and Vincent, Jesu- 
its, 220, 222; In Acadia, 376, 378; Casco Bay, garrison at, 223; Defeat of 
Indians, 226; The^rrison overcome and slaughtered, 228, 231 ; Dayis, Syl., 
a trader, commanding at Fort Loyal, Casco Bay, 229; His surrender, 231; 
Captivity, 232; Pemaquid, capture by French and Indians, 234, 346; Scheme 
of Frontenac, 367; Its defences, 368; Attack and capture, 378,382; Pentegoet 
(Castine), 337; Held by Saint-Castin, 346; Attack by Andros, 346; Saint- 
Castin, Baron de, on the Penobscot, 221 ; Attacks Fort Loyal, 229; At Castine, 
337; His career, 342, 346; Plan to kidnap him, 369; At the attack on Pemaquid, 
380; On the Penobscot, 386; Villleu, nearly perishes in the Penobscot, 364; 
Takes Pemaquid, 381; Weems, James, surrenders Pemaquid, 1689,224,286; 
Wells, attack by French and Abenakis in 1692, 363, 366; York, massacre at, in 
1692, 340, 361. 

Pabkb, Edwabd C. 

The Maine Register for 1857, with business directory for the year 
1856: embracing the state and county officers, and the titles of 
laws and resolves, of 1856-7. Together with the mercantile, pro- 
fessional, manufacturing and mechanical departments, acctirately 
compiled and alphabetically arranged under their headings, with 
a variety of useful information. By Edward C. Parks, Office 82 
Exchange Street, Portland, Maine. Printed by B. Thurston, 
Portland, Me. Svo. pp. 294. [7104 

Ad vertlsinfif department, pp. 64. 

Pabks, Gobham. 1794-1877. Lawyer, Bangor, Bay Ridge, N. Y. 

Speech in the House of Representatives upon the removal of the 
deposits. 1836. [7195 

Power of Consuls to Remove Merchant Captains; or, the legality 

and propriety of the conduct of Gorham Parks, Esq., late United 
States Consul in Rio de Janeiro, in the removal of the captains of 
of the slilps ^* Pacific ^^ and **Xylon, '* and of the schooners 
"Friendship" and "Sacramento.*' New York: Oliver and 
Brother, Book and Job Printers, 80 Nassau Street, comer of Ful- 
on. 1850. 8vo. pp. 20. [7196 

Pabkb, R. Portland. 

Biographical Sketches by. 1869. See Paul, Hegland. 

Pabmachenbe. a trip to. 1890. Sec Farrar, C. A. J. 

Paboubia (The). See Warren, Israel P. 

Pabbis, Albion Keith. 1788-1857. Jurist, governor of Maine, r. 

Paris, Portland. 

Letter to William D. Williamson. 1815. Bang. H. M. 5:39. (1889.) 

[7197 
Biographical Sketch of. 1857. See Willis, William. 

Biographical Sketch of (with port). 1868. See Willis, William. 

^Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 



218 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Pabribh, Eluah, D. D. 1762-1825. Clergyman, Byfield, Mass. 

A Sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. David Thnrston, 
over the charch of Christ in Winthrop, Feb. 18, 1807. By Elijah 
Parrish, A. M., pastor of the charch in Byfield. Augusta: 
Printed by Peter Edes. 1807. 8yo. pp. 30. [7108 

Ruin or Separation from Anti-Christ. A sermon at Byfield, April 7, 

1808, on the Annual Fast in the commonwealth of Massachusetts. 
Second edition. Portland: 1813. 8yo. pp. 21. [7199 

Parsons, C. G. 

Inside View of Slavery; or a tour among the planters. By C. G. 
Parsons, M. D., with an introductory note by Mrs. H. B. Stowe. 
Boston: J. P. Jewett A Co. 18&5. 12mo. pp. 318. [7200 

Pabbons, Chabues William, M. D. 1823-93. Providence, R. I. 

The Earl of Bellomont and Rale, in 1699. Mag. Am. Hist 18: 346. 
(1865.) [7201 

Pabsovs, Isaac. 1740. New Gloucester. 

An Account of New Gloucester. Me. Hist Soc. Coll. 2: 151. (1847.) 

[7202 
Pabsons, Jambs, and others. 

Sketches of Men of Progress. New York. 1870. [7208 

Contoins sketch of James O. Blaine. 

Pabsons, James E. h. 1846. Ellsworth. 

History Lygonia Lodge. 1890. Set Chilcott, James C. 

Pabsons, John Usheb. 1806-74. Clergyman, Bristol, 1859-62. 

Analytical Primer, being the first part of the Analytical Spelling 
Book. By J. U. Parsons, late principal of the Indiana Teacher's 
Seminary. Portland: W. Hyde. 1836. 16mo. pp. 38. [7204 

^The Analytical Spelling Book. By J. U. Parsons, late principal of 

the Indiana Teacher* s Seminary. Sixth edition. Portland: 
William Hyde. 1837. 24mo. pp.179. [7205 

Exercises at the funeral of Rev. S. Talbot, of Alna, Me. Sermon 

by his classmate, Rev. J. U. Parsons, of Bristol. 1859. 8vo. pp. 
4. [7206 

Pabsons, Theophilus, LL. D. 1750-1813. Jurist, Boston, r. Port- 
land, 1770-75. 
Biographical Skt^tch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Pabsons, Usheb, M. D. 1788-1868. 6. Alfred. Physician, Providence, 
R. I. 
Memoirs of Charles Frost. (Eittery.) N. E. Reg. 3: 249. (1849.) 

[7207 

^The same. Separately reprinted, n. t p. (Boston, 1849.) 8vo. pp. 

15. [7208 



BIBLIOOBAPHT OF MAINE. 219 

Piscataqua, including Eliot, Eittery and South Berwick. N. E. 

Reg. 3: 260. (1849.) [7200 

Frost Genealogy. N. E. Reg. 5: 165. (1851.) [7210 

Genealogy of the Frost family. Eliot, York Co., Maine, n. p. n. d. 

(1851.) 8vo. pp. 27. [7211 
The Life of Sir William Pepperrell, Bart., the only native of New 

England who was created a baronet during our connection with 

the mother country. By Usher Parsons. Boston : Little, Brown 

and Company. 1855. 12mo. pp. zii, 352. (1 map.) [7212 
The same. Second edition. Boston : Little, Brown and Company. 

1855. 12mo. pp. xii, 356. (1 map.) [7218 
The same. Third edition. Boston: Little, Brown and Company. 

London: Samson Low, Son and Company. 1856. 12mo. pp. 

XTi, 356. (Port, and map.) [7214 
The Descendants of Peter Hill, of York Co., Maine. With some 

incidents relating to the French and Indian wars, gleaned from 

old manuscripts of the time. By Usher Parsons. N. E. Reg. 

12:139,258. (1858.) [7215 
The same. Reprinted from the New England Historical and 

Genealogical Register for April and July, 1858. Boston: Henry 

W. Button & Son, Printers. M. DCCC. LVIII. 8/o. pp. 16. [7216 

Pepperrell Genealogy. N. E. Reg. 20: 1. (1866.) [7217 

The same, in separate form. 1866. 8vo. pp. 6. [7218 

A Centennial History of Alfred, York County, Maine. By the laie 

Dr. Usher Parsons. With a supplement by Samuel M. Came, 
Esq. Philadelphia: Published by Sanford, Everts & Co. Collins, 
Printer, 705 Jayne Street. 1872. 18mo. pp. 36. [7219 

Historical Sketch of Alfred. 1872. See Sanford, Everts & Co. 

Passonsfield. Incorporated 1785. 

Religious Magazine. 1811. See Buzzell, John. 

History. 1872. See Sanford, Everts & Co. 

History. 1880. See Clayton, W. W. 

History. 1888. See Dearborn, J. W. 

Pabton, Jamks. 1822-01. Newburyport, Mass. 

People*s Book of Biography; or, the lives of the most interesting 
persons of all ages and countries. Containing more than eighty 
sketches of the lives and deeds of eminent philanthropists, in- 
ventors, authors, poets, discoverers, soldiers, adventurers, trav- 
elers, politicians, and rulers, women as well as men. By James 
Parton. Richly illustrated with 12 steel engravings. Pub. by 
subscription only. A. S. Hale & Co. Hartford, Conn. 1868. 
8vo. pp. 624. [7220 

Sketch of Oen. Henry Knox, pp. 467-62. 



220 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Passadumkbag. 

Indian Town destroyed by Westbrook. See Charlevoix, P. F. X. 

Passadumkbag. Incorporated 1835. 

Census of the town when incorporated, 1835, with the date of birth 
of the inhabitants. Bang. H. M. 2:54. (1886.) [7221 

Inscriptions from gravestones at Passadamkeag, Maine, with addi- 
tions. Bang. H. M. 3: 92. (1887.) [7222 

Passadumkbag Watebs. Resorts of. 1888. See Haynes, George H. 
Passag A88 AW AKB AG : Meaning of. 1890. iSee Williamson, Joseph. 

Passamaquoddt and Machias. 

Map and Chart of bays, harbors, post roads and settlements in. 
1810. 5ee Jones, Benjamin R. 

Passamaquoddt Bay. 

British Claims to islands in. (1816.) See Chalmers, George. 

Sailing Directions for the Island of Newfoundland, Labrador, The 

Gulf and River St. Lawrence, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick 
to Passamaquoddy Bay. London: James Murray. 1851. 8vo. 
pp. vii, 208. [7223 

Passamaquoddt Countbt. 

Surveying Trip to. 1784. £fee Holland, Park. 

Passamaquoddt Indians. See Indians. 

Passamaquoddt Mtth ob Folk-talb. 1890. See Mallery, Garrick. 

Patbnt fob Pltmouth in New England (A). To which is annexed, 
extracts from the records of that colony, etc., etc. Boston: New 
England: Printed by John Draper. 1751. 4to. pp. (1), 10, (1). 

[7224 
The extnusts are concerning the Kennebec River. 

Pattbn. Incorporated 1841. 

1840. Manual of the Congregational church, in Patten, Maine. 
1890. This manual, designed to commemorate the half -century 
since the church was organized, and also for future use, was 
adopted by the church, May 1, 1890. It was also voted to cele- 
brate a semi-centennial, June 1, 1890. Attest: Laroy Miles, 
Clerk. Island Falls: George H. Donham, Printer. 1890. 12mo. 
pp. 2, 8. [7226 

Pattbn, Gbobgb Washington, U. S. A. 1808-82. Houlton. 

Paper in * * Voices from the Kenduskeag.^ ' 1848. ' * The Beleaguered 
City.^^ See Appleton, Jane S. 

Pattebbon, Janb Lippitt. 

The Romance of the New Bethesda, by Jane Lippitt Patterson. 
Portland: 1888. 12mo. pp. 309. [7226 



BIBLIOOBAFHY OF MAINE. 221 

Pattebson, James Willis, LL. D. 1823-98. Hanover, N. H. 

Responsibilities of the Founders of the Republic: an address on 
the peninsula of Sabino, on the two hundred and fifty-eighth an- 
niversary of the planting of the Popham colony, Aug. 20, 1865. 
By Hon. James W. Patterson. Delivered and published at the 
request of the committee on the commemoration. Boston : John 
K. Wiggin. 1865. 8vo. pp. 38. [7227 

Two hundred and fifty copies printed on tinted paper. 

Memorial of Ether Shepley, LL. D. 1880. See Memorials of Judges. 

Address at Bar Harbor. 1886. See American Institute of Instruc- 
tion. 

Pattebson, William Davis. 6. 1858. r. Wiscasset. 

Inscriptions from gravestones in old burying ground in Wiscasset, 
Me. Bang. H. M. 2 : 235. (1887.) [7228 

Intentions of marriage, copied from the records of Pownalborough, 

1760 to 1778. Bang. H. M. 4: 26. (1888.) [7229 

Records of marriage from, Lincoln County records. 1769-74. Bang. 

H. M. 4: 140, 159. (1889.) [7230 

^First Records of deeds in Machias. Bang. H. M. 4: 163. (1889.) 

[7231 

Records of deeds in Lincoln County, now Hancock County. 1768. 

Bang. H. M. 5: 24. (1889.) [7232 

First Records of deeds in Washington County, from Lincoln County 

records. Bang. H. M. 5 : 67. (1889.) [7233 

Old Mansion Houses in Lincoln County. Bang. H. M. 5:281. 

(1890.) [7234 

Records of deeds in Lincoln County records, prior to the incorpo- 
ration of Washington and Hancock Counties. Bang. H. M. 6: 34. 
(1890.) [7235 

Inscriptions from the Carney family burial ground in Dresden. 

Bang. H. M. 6: 47. (1890.) [7236 

pATTisoN, RoBBBT EvBBETT, D. D. 1800-74. President and professor 
Colby University, 1829-39, 1853-57. 

Eulogy on Rev. Jeremiah Chaplin, D. D., first president of Water- 
ville College, Maine, delivered in the Baptist meeting house, 
Waterville, on the evening preceding commencement August 8, 
1843. By R. E. Pattison. Boston: William D. Ticknor & Co. 
1843. 8vo. pp.32. [7237 

Paugus. Indian Chief. 

Sketch of. 1844. See Drake, Samuel G. 



222 BIBLIOORAPHY OF MAINE. 

Paul, Robbbt. Clergyman, Pulaski, N. T. 

The First Bishop of Maine. By the Rev. Robert Paul, rector of St. 
James church, Pulaski, N. Y. 1883. May be had of the author. 
Price 25 c. (n. d. n. p. n. pp.) [7238 

Paykb, William Elisha, M. D. 1815-77. Physician, Bath. 

Statement concerning New church. New Jeru. Mag. August, 
1852. [7239 

^Address, centennial birthday. Dr. Samuel Hahnemann. 1855. See 

Massachusetts Homoeopathic Med. Soc. [7240 

^Introductory Lecture to the gentlemen of the Homoeopathic Medical 

School of New York. N. A. Jour. Hom. 10: 885. (1862.) [7241 

History of Homoeopathy in Maine. An address before the Homoeo- 
pathic Medical Society of Maine, by William £. Payne, M. D., of 
Bath, Me. 1867. N. A. Jour. Hom. 16: 210. (1867.) [7242 

^Address, opening Boston University School of Medicine. 1873. See 

Boston. 

Patbon, Chables. Portland. 

One of the Family (a true story of the life of the dog Bruce), by 
Charles Payson. Portland: B. Thurston & Co., Printers. 18mo. 
pp. 24. [7243 

Payson, Edwabd, D. D. 1783-1827. Clergyman, r. Portland, 1803-27. 
Joy in Heayen over Repenting Sinners. Text, Luke 15 : 10. Sermon 
preached before the Maine Missionary Society at its fifth anniver- 
sary, at Hallowell, June 24, 1812. Works: 3: 235., ed. of 1847. 

[7244 

^A Discourse delivered at Portland, May 5, 1814; before the Bible 

Society of Maine, at their annual meeting. By Edward Payson, 
pastor of the Second church in Portland. Published by request. 
Portland: Printed by Arthur Shirley. 1814. 8vo. pp. 24. [7246 

The same, under the following title: 

The Bible Above All Price. A discourse, delivered at Portland, 
May 5. 1814, before the Bible Society of Maine, at their annual 
meeting. By Edward Payson, pastor of the Second church in 
Portland. Published by request. Second edition. With an ap- 
pendix. Boston: Published by Loring & Manning, and Cum- 
mings and Hilliard. 1814. Profits appropriated to the Bible So- 
ciety of Maine. (5 dols. per 100. 10 cents single.) 12mo. pp. 24. 

[7246 

An Address to seamen, delivered at Portland, October 28, 1821; at 

the request of the Portland Auxiliary Marine Bible Society. By 
Edward Payson, pastor of the Second church in Portland. Port- 
land: Printed by Thayer, Tappan & Stickney, for the society. 
1821. 8vo. pp. 16. [7247 



BIBLIOORAPHY OF MAINE. 223 

-The same, ander the following title: 

An Address to Seamen, delivered in the meeting-house of the 
Second Parish in Portland, on Sabbath evening, October 28, 1821 : 
at the request of the Portland Auxiliary Marine Bible Society. 
By Edward Payson. n. t. p. 12mo. pp. 12. (At close, Crocker & 
Brewster, Printers.) [7248 

-The same, under the following title : 

The Seaman's Chart: an address before the Portland Bible So- 
ciety. By Rev. Edward Payson, D. D. n. t. p. 12mo. pp. 12. 

[7249 
No. 140. American Tract Society. 
Reviewed. See (The) " Sailor's Candid Appeal. " 
-The same. See Allen, William: Shipwrecks and Disasters at Sea. 

-God's Praises Sung; his works forgotten. A sermon, preached 
on the Public Thanksgiving, Nov. 80, 1820, in the meeting-house 
of the Second Parish at Portland. By Edward Payson. Pub- 
lished by request. Portland: Printed by Arthur Shirley, No. 11 
Jones' Row. 1820. 8vo. pp. 20. [7250 

-No. 71. The Bible Above All Price. A discourse before the Bible 

Society of Maine. By Rev. Edward Payson. n. t. p. 12mo. pp. 

16. [7251 

(On last page). Andover : Printed for the New England Tract Society, by 
Flagg & QovLld. 1820. 4th edit. 6000. 

A 6th edition was pnbUshed in 1822. 

-An Address to be delivered before the Portland, Maine Bible So- 
ciety. Religious Tract Society. No. 328, Ist series, n. d. (1830 
in catalogue of British Museum.) 12mo. pp. 8. [7252 

-The Oracles of God. A sermon, delivered at Boston, Jan. 21, 1824, 
before the Marine Bible Society of that city and its vicinity. By 
Edward Payson, pastor of the Second church in Portland. Pub- 
lished by request. Portland: Printed at the Mirror Office by A. 
Shirley. 1824. 12mo. pp. 23, (1.) [7253 

-Concern for the Spiritual Wants of Man. 

Fhillppians, 2: 20. I have no man like minded, who will naturally care for 
yonr state. 

Nat. Preach. 2: 113. Sermon XXVIII. (1828.) [7254 

-The late Dr. Payson. Am. Ed. Soc. Jour. 4: 67. (1828.) [7255 



-Sermons, by the late Rev. Edward Payson, D. D., pastor of the 
Second church in Portland. Portland: Shirley A Hyde, 7 Ex- 
change Street. Sold by Peirce A Williams, Boston: John P. 
Haven, New York: and E. Littell, Philadelphia. 1828. 8vo. pp. 
502. (Port.) [7256 

-The Late Dr. Payson. Am. Q. Reg. 1 : 67. (1829.) [7257 

In index this Is called an " obituary. " 



224 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Patson, Edwabd, D. D., Continued. 

Review of Dr. Payson' 8 sermons. Spirit Pilgrims. 2:604. (1829.) 

[7258 

Sermons, by the late Rey. Edward Payson, D. D., pastor of the 

Second church in Portland. Vol. II. Portland: Gerahom Hyde 
& Co. 1831. 12mo. pp. 400. [7259 

The same. Boston: Published by William Hyde, 134 Washington 

Street 1831. 12mo. pp. viii, 13, 400. [7260 

Reviewed in Christ. Quar. Spect. 2 : 302. 1830. 

Memoir of. 1830. See Cummings, Asa. 

^Review of his sermons. 1830. See Fowler, W. S. 

Review of memoirs of. 1830. See Bigelow, Andrew. 

Moral Estimate of the Character of Dr. Payson. Quar. Reg. of 

Am. Ed. Soc. 3: 173. (1831.) [7261 

Review of memoirs of. 1831. See Fowler, W. S. 

Review of memoirs of. 1831. See *' Sigma. *' 

Sermons for Christian Families, on the most important relative 

duties. By the late Rev. Edward Payson, D. D. Boston: Crocker 
& Brewster, 47 Washington Street: New York: Jonathan Leavitt, 
182 Broadway. 1832. 12mo. pp. 284. [7262 

Sermons by the late Rev. Edward Payson, D. D., pastor of the 

Second church in Portland, in the United States. London: Holds- 
worth & Ball. 18, St. PauPs Church Yard. MDCCCXXXI. 8vo. 
pp. 495. [7263 

Contains 25 sermons. 

Sermons for Christian Families on the most important relative du- 
ties. By the late Edward Payson, D. D. pastor of the Second 
church in Portland, America. Glasgow: George Gkbllie, 99 
Buchanan Street. MDCCCXXXIII. 8vo. pp. 365. [7264 

Memoirs of American divines. Rev. E. Payson. Christian Obser. 

33: 189, 253, 317. (1833.) [7265 

Selections from the conversations and unpublished writings of Rev. 

Edward Payson, D. D., late of Portland. 

" Remember the words that I spake unto you, while I was yet with yon." 

Memoir, p. 375. 

Second edition. Boston: Crocker & Brewster. New York: 
Jonathan Leavitt 1834. 32mo. pp. 192. (Port.) [7266 

The same. Fifth edition. 1840. [7267 

^Remains of the Rev. Edward Payson, D. D., of Portland, U. S., con- 
sisting of selections from his conversations and unpublished 
writings. Published by R. B. Seeley & W. Bumside, and sold by 
L. B. Seeley & Sons, Fleet Street, London. MDCCCXXXIV. 
12mo. pp. 117. [7268 



BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 225 



-Selections from his private conversations and unpublished writings. 
Edinburg. 1834. d2mo. [7269 

-The Pastor's Daughter, or conversations between the late Dr. E. 
Payson and his child, on the way of salvation by Jesus Christ. 
With an introductory notice, by Jacob Abbott. London: L. & J. 
Seeley, 169 Fleet Street MDCCCXXXV. 12mo. pp. 172. [7270 

-The Pastor*s Daughter, or conversations between the late Dr. £. Pay- 
son and his child, on the way of salvation by Jesus Christ. With 
an introductory notice, by Jacob Abbott. Bury: Printed and sold 
by John Yickerman, 1842. 16mo. pp. 224. [7271 

-The Pastor's Daughter; or conversations between the late Dr. E. 
Payson and his child, on the way of salvation by Jesus Christ. 
With an introductory notice, by Jacob Abbott. New edition. 
London: T. AUman, 42 Holbrook Hill. n. d. (1849 in British 
Museum Catalogue.) 32mo. pp. 191. (Illus.) [7272 

-Sin Estimated in the Light of Heaven. 1836. See Stephens, Ann S. 



Fragments of an address on music. 1836. See Stephens, Ann S. 

Thoughts of. See Payson, Louisa Hopkins. 

Life of. 1837. See Bickersteth, Edward. 

Payson's Life and Writings. Am. Meth. Mag. 20: 282. (1838.) 

[7273 

Doctrinal Tract. No. 15. Sinners Wilful and Perverse. By the late 

Dr. Payson. (Published by permission of Mrs. Payson.) Pub- 
lished by the Doctrinal Book and Tract Society. Perkins & Mar- 
vin, Agents, Depository, 114 Washington Street, Boston, n. d. 
12mo. pp. 12. [7274 

^No. 324. Last Days of Rev. Dr. Payson. n. p. n. d. 12mo. pp. 8, 

(Published by the American Tract Society, New York.) [7275 

No. 395. Religious Tract Society, Last Days of Rev. Dr. Payson. 

London: Printed by W. Clowes & Sons, Duke St., Lambeth, for 
the Religious Tract Society; Depository 56 Paternoster Row. n. 
t p. 8vo. pp. 8. [7276 

The Last Days of Dr. Payson. Religious Tract Society. London : 

n. d. n. t p. 12mo. pp. 16. [7277 

The Bible as a Human Composition. (1842.) See New Hampshire 

Book. 

On Prayer. Cong. Mag. n. s. 7 : 484. (1843.) [7278 

Notice of. 1844. See Bickersteth, Edward. 

^Memoir, select thoughts and sermons of. 1846. See Cummings, 

Asa. 

^Dr. Payson and His Writings. 1847. See Thompson, Joseph W. 

Sermons of; complete. 1849. See Cummings, Asa. 

16* 



226 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAIKE. 

Patson, Edwabd, D. D., Continued. 

Memoir, with passages from his select thoughts. Vol. 8, of the 

Christian Fireside Library. London. 1852. 12mo. [7279 

^Memoir of the late Rey. Edward Payson, pastor of the Second 

church in Portland, with passages from his select thoughts. 
(Vignette.) Edinburgh: Johnstone <& Hunter. MDOCCLIII. Svo. 
pp. 361. [7280 

^Anecdotes of. 1855. See Belcher, Joseph. 

Reminiscences of. 1855. See Weston, Isaac. 

Commemorative Notice of. 1857. See Sprague, William B. 

Memoir and Select Thoughts of. 1858. See Cummings, Asa. 

Notice of. 1864. See Waterbury, Jared B. 

Anecdotes of Dr. Fayson nuiy be found in "The Family Sabbath-day 
Miscellany/' 1871, pp. 372, 396, 419, 487. 

Payson, Edwabd. 1813-90. Deering. 

The Maine Law in the Balance; or, an inquiry into the theory and 
working capacities of that measure. By a citizen of Maine. Fe»- 
Unalente. Portland, Me. : Merrill and Whitman, n. d. (1855.) 
8vo. pp. 56. [7281 

^The Law of Equivalents. Nat. Quar. 25:29. (1872.) [7282 

Doctor Tom ; by Edward Payson. Boston : Lee & Shepard. Port- 
land: Dresser, McLellan & Co. 1877. 16mo. pp. 395. [7283 

The Law of Equivalents in its Relation to Political and Social 

Ethics. By Edward Payson. 

** Fruttra At per plura. 
Quod fieri fat erai per paueiora," 

Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin & Company. 1880. 
8vo. pp. viii, (1), 306. [7284 

Noticed in Unit. Rev. 30: 469. (1888.) 

Payson, Edward Payson. b. 1849. Lawyer, Portland, Boston. 

Taxation for Railroads by New England Towns. Am. Law Rev. 

17: 893. (1882.) [7285 

Unequal Taxation. Am. Law Rev. 19: 234. (1885.) [7286 

Payson, Henry Storer. b. 1860. Lawyer, Portland. 

The Decennial Catalogue of the Class of 1881, of Bowdoin College' 
Printed for the use of the class, June 1891. Portland: Press of 
Brown Thurston Company. 8vo. pp. 25. [7287 

Payson, Seth, D. D. 1758-1820. Clergyman, Rindge, N. H. 

A Discourse, delivered December 16th, 1807. At the ordination of 
the Rev. Edward Payson, as colleague pastor of the Second Con- 
gregational church in Portland. By Seth Payson, A. M. pastor 
of the church in Rindge, (N. H.) Portland: Printed by J. 
M*Kown. 1808. 12mo. pp. 27. [7288 



BIBLIOOBAPHY OF MAINE. 227 

Pbabodt, Andbew Preston, D. D., LL. D. Professor Harvard Col- 
lege. 
The Atonement. A discourse delivered at the ordination of Kev. 
Amos D. Wheeler, over the First church and parish at Standish, 
Maine, Jan. 14, 1835. By Andrew P. Peabody, pastor of the 
South church and society, Portsmouth, N. H. Published by re- 
quest. Limington; Charles Davis, Printer. 1835. 8vo. pp. 15. 

[7289 

Sketch of life and character of Jason Whitman. 1840. See Whit- 
man, Jason. 

A Sermon preached at Portland, Maine, at the funeral of Rev. Icha- 

bod Nichols, D. D., pastor of the First church in Portland. By 
Andrew P. Peabody, pastor of the South church in Ports- 
mouth, N. H. Published by request. Boston: Crosby, Nichols 
ft Company. 117 Washington Street 1859. 8vo. pp.27. [7290 

^The Divine Humanity of Christ. A sermon preached at Bruns- 
wick, Maine, at the installation of Rev. Charles A. Allen, as 
pastor of the Unitarian church, April 25, 1879. By Kev. Andrew 
P. Peabody, D. D. American Unitarian Association, (n. d.) 
16mo. pp. 18. [7291 

Cazneau Palfrey. Unit. Rev. 29: 434. (1888.) [7292 



PsABODY, Ephbaih, D. D. 1807-56. Clergyman, Boston. 

An Address delivered at the centennial celebration in Wilton, 
N. H., Sept. 25, 1839. By Ephraim Peabody, with an appendix. 
Boston: Published by P. H. Greene. 1839. 8vo. pp. 103. [7293 
Address in response to toast, by William Abbot, of Bangor ,(pp. 70-81. 

Peabodt, Gboboe. 1795-1869. Philanthropist, London, Eng. 

Mortuary Honors to the late George Peabody, in Portland, Maine. 
Portland : Loring, Short & Harmon. 1870. 8vo. pp. 24. [7294 
Contains response by Oen. J. L. Chamberlain. 

Pbabodt, Hbnrt G. 

Compiler. The Coast of Maine, Campobello to the Isles of Shoals. 
John G. Whittier, Arlo Bates, Horace P. Chandler, Susan Cool- 
idge, Jean Kincaid, Samuel A. Drake, Celia Thaxter. Illustrated 
with fifty views, photographed by Henry G. Peabody. Boston: 
Henry G. Peabody, Publisher, 53 Boylston Street. 1889. ob. 
4to. pp. 280. [7295 

Introduction, John O. Whittier; Campobello, Arlo Bates; Grand Manan, 
Horace P. Chandler; Cutler and Vicinity, Arlo Bates; Mount Desert, Susan 
Coolldge; Reverie, Celia Thaxter; Castine and Penobscot Bay, Samuel A. 
Drake, (from Nooks and Corners of the New England Coast) ;• Monhegan 
Island and Casco Bay, Samuel A. Drake, (from the same) ; Old York, Jean 
Kincaid ; Children on the Shore, (Anon.) ; The Watch of Boon Island ; Celia 
Thaxter; The Wreck of the Pocahontas, Celia Thaxter; The Wreck of 
Ri vermouth, John O. Whittier. 



228 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Peabody, James C. 

The Little Family. 1875. See Clark, Sarah Little. 

Peabody, Olivek William Bourn. 1799-1848. Burlington, Vt 
Life of John Sullivan, major-general in the army of the Revoln* 
tion, by Oliver W. B. Peabody. In the library of American biog- 
raphy, conducted by Jared Sparks. Vol. XIII. New series. 
Vol. III. Boston: Charles C. Little and James Brown. 1844. 
16mo. pp. 1, 177. [729G 

Peaboby, Stephen. 1773-1851. Bucksport. 

Hon. Stephen Peabody of Bucksport. Bang. H. M. 1: 214. (1886.) 

[7297 

Letter from Judge Peabody, of Bucksport, to Andrew Peters of 

Ellsworth. 1836. Bang. H. M. 4: 76. (1888.) [7298 

X ., C L. 

** A Precedent. " Sanitary matters at large and elsewhere. By L. 
C. P. Number-one-First edition. Lewiston, Maine. George A. 
Callahan, Printer. 1879. 8vo. pp. 16. [7299 

Peak, John. 1761-1833. Clergyman, Boston, Mass. 

A Sermon preached at the ordination of the Rev. William Batchelder, 
to the pastoral care of the Baptist church of Christ in Berwick, 
Nov. 30, 1796. By John Peak, pastor of the Baptist church of 
Christ in Newtown, N. H. Second edition. Exeter: Printed by 
Samuel T. Moses, for Josiah Richardson, Preacher of the Ever- 
lasting Gospel. 1823. 8vo. pp. 15. [7300 

Pbabce, Dutee Jerauld. 1789-1849. Lawyer, Newport, R. L 

Speech of Mr. Pearce, of Rhode Island, delivered in the House of 
Representatives, on the 5th, 6th and 7th days of April on the 
resolution of the judiciary committee, relative to the collector of 
Wiscasset. City of Washington: Printed at the office of Jona> 
than Elliot, Pennsylvania Avenue. 1832. 8vo. pp. 34. [7301 

Pbabce, James Alfbed. 1805-72. Statesman, Maryland. 

Addresses on the death of Hon. James A. Pearce, delivered in the 

Senate and House of Representatives, on Tuesday, Jan. 13, 

1863. Washington: Government Printing Office. 1863. 8vo. pp. 

13, 21. [7302 

Contains address by William P. Fessenden. 

Peabl, Cyril. 1805-65. Clergyman, Preeport. 

Diet of Students. Journal of Health. 2: 120. (1830.) [7303 

The Sabbath a Divine Institution. A reply to arguments on the 

negative of the question '* Ought the Law Requiring the Open- 
ing of our Post-offices and the Transportation of our Mails on the 
Christian Sabbath to be Repealed?'* delivered before the Bangor 
Forensic Club, Jan., 1831. By Cyril Pearl. Boston: Published 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 229 

by Pierce & Parker. For sale by 6. Hyde and Company, Port- 
land; P. A. Brinsmade, Augusta; N. P. Hawes, Belfast; and J. 
C. Plummer, Bangor. 1831. 12mo. pp. 36. [7304 

-Maine, as a Field for Moral and Religious Enterprise. Am. Ed. 
Soc. Jour. 10:33. (1837.) [7305 

-Youth's Book on the Mind, embracing the outlines of the intellect, 
the sensibilities, and the will: introductory to the study of mental 
philosophy. By Rev. Cyril Pearl, principal of the Buckfield High 
School and Lyceum. Portland: W. Hyde. 1842. 12mo. 1 pi. pp. 
156. [7306 

-The same. Revised edition. Portland: Published by Hyde, Lord 
& Duren. New York: £. French, 136 Nassau St. 1847. 12mo. 
pp. 155. [7307 

-Spectral Visitants; or journal of a fever, by a convalescent Port- 
land: S. H. Coleswortliy. 1845. 12mo. pp. 75. [7308 

-The Reciprocity Treaty. No. Mo. 1:20,87. (1864.) [7309 

-Our National Defences. The Maine Border. No. Mo. 1 : 219, 530 
(1864.) [7310 

-Six Weeks with the Soldiers. No. Mo. 1 : 377. (1864.) [731 1 

-British American Colonies: their confederation. No. Mo. 1:456. 
(1864.) [7312 

-The Congressional Excursion. No. Mo. 1:596. (1864.) [7313 

-Northern Pacific Railway. No. Mo. 1 : 666. (1864.) [7314 



Pearson, Frederic W. 

(The Elite Library, No. 3.) An Idyl of Bar Harbor. The Welles 
Publishing Company, New York. n. d. (Copyright, 1888.) 12mo. 
pp. 43. [7315 

PEARSOir, H. B. 

Letter to Rufus Choate, on his letter to the Whig committee of 
the state of Maine, on the subject of freedom and slavery. Port- 
land: Daley & Lufkin. 1856. 8vo. pp. 16. [7316 

Peaslbe, Edmund Randolph, LL. D. 1815-78. Lecturer and profes- 
sor Bowdoin College, 1843-60. 
The Elements of Medical Eminence. An introductory address de- 
livered before the medical class of the Medical Scliool of Maine, 
March 13, 1848, by Edmund R. Peaslee, A. M., M. D., professor of 
anatomy and surgery. Published by the class. Press of J. 
Griffin, Brunswick. 1848. 8vo. title-cover, pp. 24. [7317 

An Introductory address to the class in the Medical School of 

Maine, by E. R. Peaslee, A. M., M. D., professor of anatomy and 
surgery, Brunswick, March, 1851. Concord, N. H., Press of Mc- 
Farland <& Jenks. 1851. 8vo. pp. 29. [7318 



230 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Pkck, Calvin, M. D. 1791-1849. Physician, Ellsworth. 

Extracts from address on history of Ellsworth. 1837-38. Bang. H. 
M. 5: 106. (1889.) [7319 

Peck, Geobge. 1738-1835. Eastport, Lubec. 
Account of. 1890. See Vose, Peter E. 

Peculiar Doctrines of the Gospel Explained (The), Ac. Third 
edition. Portland: 1811. [7320 

Peet, Josiah. 1780-1852. Clergyman, Norridgewock, 1814-^2. 

Sermon at funeral of. 1852. See Hathaway, G. W- 
Memoirs of. 1854. See Shepley, David. 

Peirce, David. 1813-90. Belfast. 

The Revelator. Being an accoun tof the twenty one days' entrance- 
ment of Abraham P. Pierce, (by David Peirce), a spiritual medium 
at Belfast, Maine, together with a sketch of his life, (by himself.) 
Bangor: D. Bugbee & Co. 1857. 12mo. pp.58. [7321 

Peirce, John, London and the Plymouth Patent. 1887. See John- 
ston, John. 

Peirce, John. 

Journal of daily occurrences. (Arnold's Quebec Expedition.) Sep- 
tember 8, 1775, to Jan. 16, 1776. [7322 

Referred to by Edward M. Stone, in his edition of the journal of Simeon 
Thayer, 18G7. It has not been printed. 

Peirce, Waldo, and family. Frankfort. 

Genealogy. 1889. See Pierce, Frederick C. 

Pejepscot. 

Abstract of conveyance of lands at. 1639. See Hazard, Ebenezer. 

History of the territory composing. 1878. See Wheeler, George 

A., and Wheeler, Henry W. 

PE.JEP8COT Company. 1753. See Plymouth Company. 

Pejepscot Historical Society. Collections of. See Brunswick. 
Bibliography of. 1890. See Griffin, Appleton, P. C. 

Pemaquid. See Bristol. 

Pemrroke. Incorporated 1832. 

History Crescent Lodge. 1854-70. See Walker, John C. 

History of Crescent Royal Arch Chapter, No. 26, Pembroke, Maine. 

Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1876. 8vo. pp. 27. [7323 
History CrcRcent Lodge. 1870-80. See Campbell, John C. 

Pkmatio, or Pemetic. See Mount Desert. 

Pendleton Family. Stonington, Conn., Searsport, and Islesboro, 
Me. Bang. H. M. 1 : 92. (1885.) [7324 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 231 

Pendlkton, Job, of Islesboro. Letter to Mass. Gen. Court. Bang. H. 
M. 2: 19. (1886.) [7325 

Pendlbtox, Lewis W., M. D. 6. Camden, 1844. Physician, Belfast, 

Portland. 
Bio^aphical Sketch of Putnam Simonton, M. D., of Searsport. 

1870. See Me. Med. Ass. Trans. 
^Involuntary Action. Annual address delivered before the Maine 

Medical Association, June 28, 1876, by Lewis W. Pendleton, 

M. D., of Belfast. Portland, Me. : Stephen Berry, Printer. 1876. 

8vo. pp. 22. [7826 

^Thesame. Proc. Me. Med. Ass. 5: 313. (1876.) [7327 

The Physician and his Neighbor. Address to the graduating class, 

Albany Medical College, commencement day, March 19, 1890, by 
Lewis W. Pendleton, M. O., Portland, Maine. Reprint from the 
Albany Medical Annals, April, 1890. Albany, N. Y. : Burdick & 
Taylor, Printers, 481 Broadway. 8vo. pp. 20. [7328 

Pendleton, Mbs. Rebecca. 1764-1862. Northport. [7329 

Notice of. N.E.Reg. 18:299. (1864.) 
She died at the age of 101. 

Penhallow, Peabce Wentwobth. 1817-85. Boston. 

Penhallow Papers — Indian affairs. Communicated by Pearce W. 
Penhallow, Esq., of Boston. N. E. Reg. 32: 41. (1878.) [7330 
Contains letters from Georgetown, 1720-22. 

Penhallow, Samuel. 1665-1726. Portsmouth, N. H. 

The History of the Wars of New-England, with the Eastern In- 
dians. Or, a Narrative of their continued Perfidy and Cruelty, 
from the 10th of August, 1703. To the Peace Renewed 13th of 
July, 1713. And from the 25th of July, 1722. To their Submis- 
sion 15th December, 1725. Which was Ratified August 5th, 1726. 
By Samuel Penhallow, Esqr. 

Nesdo tu qvibus ««» LeetoTt lecturus OceUiSt 
Hoc tdo, quod HecUt •oHbere non potui, 

Boston: Printed by T. Fleet, for S. Gerrishatthe lower end of 

Comhlll, and D. Henchman over-against the Brick-meeting 

house in Cornhill, 1726. sm. 8vo. pp. (2), iv, (2), 134, (1). [7331 

The same, with notes. New Hamp. Hist. Soc. Coll. 1 : 13-133. 

(1824.) [7332 

The same. Cincinnati: Reprinted from the Boston edition of 1726, 

with a memoir, notes and appendix, for Wm. Dodge, by J. Har- 
per. 1859. Large 4to. pp. 138, 36. [7333 

Of this reprlnty the copies with a rubricated title have an appendix, not 
printed In those with the black title, containing " Loveweirs Fight.** 

With Atkinson, Theodore. Mission to the Penobscot Indians. 

1703- See Goodwin, William F. 



232 BIBLIOGBAPHT OF MAINE. 

Penhallows, of Cornwall and New Hampshire. (1888.) See Sargent, 
W. M. 

Peitnell, Mbs. Lemira C. Portland. 

The Memorial Scrap-Book. A combination of precedents, by Mrs. 
L. C. Pennell, whose novel experience almost exceeds belief. 
Three years ago last April, Dr. Harlow said *^ A great many 
were there who, when brought, were no more insane than I. ^' 
Dr. Oakes said ** You are one of fifty who have told me to-day 
that they are here unjustly, and they are as much as you. " In 
God^s name, where are they now? Why is not a demand 
made on these men to define what patients are so wronged? 
First edition-section first. Published Boston, Mass., July, 1883. 
8vo. pp. 48. [7334 

This Red Book is partly a reprint of what was published in 1883, 

and later. And earlier letters from prominent men. Instructions 
to Dr. Harlow, from Springfield, his letters from the hospital, 
and much else. By Mrs. L. C. Pennell, 9 Bond Street, Boston. 
1886. That class of people about whom the truth is a slander 
would do well not to set themselves up as leaders in religion or 
politics. 8vo. pp. 96. [7336 

This Remarkable Essay, ** Sickness vs. Smells, '* and vice versa, 

was written in Lewiston in 1880, by Mrs. L. C. Pennell. It is 
now printed for the first time, albeit its fame agitated the 
M. D. ^s, as related in *' This Red Book. " Copyright secured. 
July, 1889. Boston. 8vo. pp. 31, (1). [7336 

Pennsylvakia Railboad Compant. 

Summer Excursion Routes. Pennsylvania Railroad Co. 1889. n. p. 
(Philadelphia.) 8vo. pp. 224. (Illus., maps.) [7337 

Bar Harbor (Mt. Desert Island), Me., pp. 24^1. (TUus.) 

Penobscot. 

Map of. (Pentagoet.) (1863.) See Winsor, Justin. 

Col. Westbrook destroys town of. See Charlevoix, P. F. X. 

Boston to the. 1888. See Guild, E. P. 

Depositions about Penobscot, ifec. 1663. N. E. Reg. 8: 287. (1854.) 

[7338 
Indians. See Indians. 



Penobscot. Incorporated 1787. See also Castine. 

Deed of land in. 1771. 8ee Porter, J. W. 
Penobscot Names. 1785-86. Bang. H. M. 1:67. (1885.) [7339 

Penobscot: act of incorporation. 1787. Bang. H. M. 2: 118. (1886.) 

[7340 
Sermon, ordination P. Spaulding. 1809. See Bailey, Eiah. 

Letter from committee of safety. 1814. See Blake, Charles M. 



BIBLIOGKAPHY OF MAINE. 233 

-History of. 1875. See Wheeler, George A. 
-History Bising Star Lodge. 1884. See Wardwell, H. B. 
-History Rising Star Lodge. 1890. See Ward well, H. B. 
-Centennial Address. 1887. See Montgomery, J. H. 
-First Church and Parish. 1888. See Porter, J. W. 
-Early Settlement. 1889. See Wardwell, H. B. 



Penobscot Bay. 

In 1556. See Porter, Joseph W. 

Chart of. 1776. See Des Barres, Joseph F. W. 

History of. 1816. See Whipple, Joseph. 

First Steamboat on. 1824. See Bang. H. M. 2:64. (1886.) [7341 

Islands in. 1847. See Dakin, Moses. 

Glacial Action about. 1864. See DeLaski, J. 

Sketch of. 1873. See DeCosta, B. F. 

U. S. Coast Survey Chart of West. 1876. Size 34x39 inches. 

Scale 1.58 to mile. [7342 

U. S. Coast Survey Chart from, to Kennebec entrance. 1877. Size 

29x33 inches. Scale 0.79. [7343 

Shell Heap at. 1878. See Hardy, M. 

U. S. Coast Survey Chart. 1880. Size 29x33 inches. Scale 0.79 

to mile. [7344 

U. S. Coast Survey Chart of East 1882. Size 24x39 inches. Scale 

1.58 to mile. [7345 

Islands in. Bang. H. M. 1 : 213. (1886.) [7346 

Exploration of; its archipelagoes. 1889. See Cook, Joel. 

(Illustrated.) 1889. See Peabody, Henry G. 

^Penobscot Bay and its Mountain Coasts. (lUus.) 1880. See Drake, 

S. A. 
Brief Outline of and list of lands for sale on. 1890. See Howe, J. 

Murray. 

Penobscot County. Constituted 1816. 

Records of deeds, Hancock County registry, of lands now in 
Penobscot county. 1786-93. Bang. H. M. 5: 81. (1889.) [7347 

^First Term of Court in. 1816. Bang. H. M. 2: 241. (1887.) [7348 

Representatives from to. 1820. See Williamson, W. D. 

The Rules and Regulations of the Bar, in the County of Penobscot, 

established in the year 1828. Bangor: Printed at the Republican 
Office. 1828. 16mo. pp. 11. [7349 

^The Story of Penobscot Bar. 1849. See Godfrey, John E. 

Topographical Map. 1859. See Walling, H. F. 



234 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Pbnobbuot Couimr, Continued. 

Press of. 1872. ^See Griffin, Joseph. 

Atlas of. 1875. See Comstock and Cline. 

Paper relating to history of Press in. 1876. See Smith, Frank K. 

Historical and Descriptive Sketch of. 1879. See Howard, R. H. 

Sketch of. 1879. See Duren, E. F. 

History of Penobscot County, Me., with illustrations and biographi- 
cal sketches. Cleveland, Ohio. 1882. 4to. pp. 922. [7350 

Contains Annals of the County ; The Bench and Bar of, by Hon. John £. 
Godfrey, and its bibliography, by E. F. Diiren. 

The putative author or compiler of the work was Henry A. Ford of Detroit. 
The numerous inaccuracies and omissions detract much from its value. 

^Press of. 1882. See Godfrey, John E. 

The Incorporation of Towns in Penobscot County. Bang. H. M. 

2:239. (1887.) [7351 
Revolutionary Soldiers in Penobscot County. Who probably died 

here, with date of death. Bang. H. M. 3: 345. (1887.) [7352 
Lawyers Admitted to Practice in Courts of Penobscot County. 

Bang. H. M. 3: 228. (188vS.) [7353 

Sketches of early lawyers. (Pub. 1888.) See Williamson, W. D. 

Senators and Representatives from Penobscot County, from 1820 to 

the incorporation of Piscataquis County, March 23, 1838. Bang. 

H. M. 5:21. (1889.) [7354 



■Jails of. 1889. See Porter, J. W. 



Penobscot Expedition. 1779. See Castine. 

Pewobscot Musical Association. 

Catalogue of the officers and members of the Penobscot Musical 
Association, organized October 9, 1848, with the constitution and 
minutes of the annual session, October 10-13, 1854. Bangor: 
Wheeler & Lynde, Printers. 1854. 8vo. pp. 28. [7355 

Address before the Penobscot Musical Association, at its annual 

session in Bangor, by Rev. George B. Little, president of the 
association. Published by request. Also, the minutes of the 
convention: October 23-26, 1855. Bangor: Wheeler A Lynde, 
Printers. 1855. 8vo. pp. 24. [7356 

Penobscot Musical Association. The tenth annual session, held at 

Norumbega hall, commencing on Tuesday, October 13, 1857, at 9 
A. M., and continuing in session four days, under the direction of 
George F. Root. Minutes of the Association, October 11-17, 1856, 
with address by Rev. Nathaniel £. Comwell, of Bangor. Wheeler 
A Lynde, Printers. 1856. 8vo. pp. 12. [7357 

Minutes of the tenth annual session of the Penobscot Musical Asso> 

elation Bangor, October 13-16, 1857. Bangor: Printed at the 
Daily Union Office. 1857. 8vo. pp. 12. [7358 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 235 

Minutes of the eleventh annual session. 1858. See Maine State 

Musical Association. 

Minutes of the twelfth annual session of the Penobscot Musical 

Association, held in Bangor, October 11, 12, 13 and 14, 1859. Ban- 
gor: Wheeler & Lynde, Printers. 1869. 8vo. pp. 20. [7359 

Ck>ntalnB addresses by Hon. John £. Godfrey, president, and Hon. Isaiah 
Stetson, mayor of the city. 

Minutes of the thirteenth annual session of the Penobscot Musical 

Association, held in Bangor, Me., October 22, 23, 24 and 25, 1860. 
Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1860. 8vo. pp. 16. [7360 

Penobscot Musical Association. Minutes of the fourteenth and fif- 
teenth sessions, with the addresses of the president, Rev. A. K. P. 
Small, October 2, 1861, and of Rev. £. W. Oilman, October 16, 
1862. Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1863. 8vo. pp. 16. 

[7361 

Minutes. Sixteenth and seventeenth sessions of the Penobscot 

Musical Association, with the address of Rev. Edwin Johnson, 
October 12, 1864. Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1866. 
8vo. pp. 20. [7362 

Minutes. Eighteenth session of the Penobscot Musical Association 

September 26-29, 1865. Bangor: Printed by Benjamin A. Burr. 
1866. 8vo. pp. 16. [7363 

Minutes. Nineteenth session of the Penobscot Musical Associ- 
ation, September 25, 26, 27, 28, 1866. Bangor: Printed by Benja- 
min A. Burr, 1867. 8vo. pp. 16. [7364 

Minutes. Twentieth session of tlie Penobscot Musical Association, 

October 8, 9, 10, 11, 1867. Bangor: Benj. A. Burr, Printer. 1868. 
8vo. pp. 16. [7366 

Minutes. Twenty-first session of the Penobscot Musical Associ- 
ation, September 29, 30, and October 1, 2, 1868. Bangor: Printed 
by Benj. A. Burr. 1869. 8vo. pp. 16. [7366 

A programme for 1869 was printed, comprising four pages. Subsequent 
reports yearly, to 1880, were published in the dally papers of Bangor. 

Penobscot Rivbb. 

Explored and described. 1604. See Champlain, Samuel. 

Called Norembegue by the Indians. 1611. See Relations des 

J^suites. 
Bounds Etechmins; Position described; Indian name; Armouchi- 

quois formerly between Einibequi and; Indians of, with Villieu; 

Iberville at; Rendezvous of Nesmond and Frontenac; Indians of, 

address governor of Massachusetts. See Charlevoix, P. F. X. 

^Westbrook's Expedition to. 1722-23. See Porter, J. W. 

Early Settlers on. See Porter, J. W. 

First Marriage on. (1765.) Bang. H. M. 2:137. (1887.) [7367 



236 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Penobscot River, Continued, 

^Early Mills on. 1772-1800. See Porter, J. W. 

^Petition from. 1777. Sec Pratt, John P. 

^He-Ads of families on Penobscot River, 1776. See Porter, J. W. 

Early Marriages on. (1791-1800.) Me. Biog. 1 : 127. (1876.) [7368 

Petition of inhabitants of Penobscot River above Orono. 1812. 

(Copied from Massachusetts Archives by Dr. John F. Pratt.) 
Bang. H. M. 5: 103. (1890.) [7369 

Incidents of invasion of. 1814. See Keene, Mrs. Luther. 

Urged as the western boundary of New Brunswick. 1814. See 

Atcheson, Nathaniel. 

Smuggling on. 1814. Bang. H. M. 3: 167. (1888.) [7370 

History of. 1816. See Whipple, Joseph. 

A District School-house on. 1851. See Harvey, George. 

^Ezcursion to East Branch of. 1857. See Thoreau, H. D. 

Penobscot, the river. 1861. See Winthrop, Theodore L. 

Collecting salmon spawn on, 1871 and 1872. See Massachusetts 

Inland Fisheries. 

U. S. Coast Survey Chart of, and of Belfast Bay. 1882. Size, 26x40. 

Scale 1.58 to mile. [7371 

Ancient Land Grants east of. 1885. See Porter, J. W. 

^First Cong. Church on, and ministers. (1886.) See Porter, J. W. 

^Reminiscences of. 1886. See Haynes, Aaron. 

Petition to the Gen. Court from Penobscot River. Bang. H. M. 

4: 139. (1889.) [7372 

Resorts of. 1888. See Haynes, George H. 

Roads on, above Bangor. 1889. See Haynes, Geo. H. 

Description of. 1889. See Cook, Joel. 

East and West Branches. 1890. See Smyth, Newman. 



Pentagokt. See Penobscot. 

Pentaoouetch. Indians on the Penobscot River, so called, 1640. See 
Relations des J^suites. 

Pepphb, Geoboe Dana Boabdman, D. D. b. 1833. Clergyman, Water- 
ville. 1860-65. President Colby University, 1882-90. Clergyman, 
Saco, 1890. 

The Independence of Christian Doctrine. Chr. Rev. 26: 450. (1861.) 

[7373 

^Remarks at celebration 84th birthday Prof. A. S. Packard. (1882.) 

Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d ser. 1 :442. (1890.) [7374 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 237 

-Holy Spirit the Need of the Church. Bapt. Rev. 6: 13. (1884.) 

[7375 

-Publication of the Maine Branch of the Women's National Indian 
Association. Address at the annual meeting of the Maine Branch 
of the Women's National Indian Association, Portland, Me., 
Jan. 24, 1887. By Rev. Dr. George D. B. Pepper, president of Colby 
University. B. Thurston <& Co., Printers, Portland, Me. n. d. 
(1887.) 8vo. pp. 12. [7376 

-God's Word through Men to Man. An address before the Bible 
Society of Maine. In Free Street church, Portland, Maine, May 
15th, 1887. By G. D. B. Pepper, D. D., president Colby Univer- 
sity. Published by the Bible Society of Maine, organized in 
1809. n. p. n. d. (Belfast: 1887.) 8vo. pp. 21. [7377 

-A Portrait of. 1888. See Wilkinson, William C. 

-Theology and Science. Bap. Review. 11 : 207. (1889.) [7378 

-Salvation by Faith. 1890. See Jenkens, Charles A. 



Peppebbell, Andbew. 1726-51. Kittery. 

Sermon occ<i8ioned by his death. 1751. See Stevens, Benjamin. 

Peppebbell Family. Kittery. 

Sketch of. 1869. See Cutts, Mrs. Mary P. S. 

The PeppeiTells of Kittery Point, Maine. (With a wood cut of the 

Pepperrell residence.) 1874. See Drake, Samuel A. 

Account of. Maine Blog. 1 : 20. (1875.) [7379 

Peppebbell, Sib William. 1696-1759. Kittery. 

"The Pepperrell papers have been scattered toithe four winds. " Pabsons, 
Life of Pepperrell. " Their fate Is another Illustration of the insecurity 
that attends private collections, no matter how valuable, unless they are 
placed in the custody of some institution whose existence is not subject to 
the ordinary accidents of a single life, or the caprices of a single will. *' 
Albebt H. Hott. 

Two Tolumes of his papers, covering years 1699-1749, chiefly concerning 
the Loulsburg expedition, were rescued by the Rev. Dr. Belknap, and are 
preserved in the cabinet of the Biass. Hist. Society. 

A portrait of Pepperrell, painted in London, in 1751, by Bmibert, is owned 
by Mrs. Anna H. C. Howard, of Brooklyn, N. Y. The engravings in Par- 
sons*s Life ; in Drake's Boston ; in N. E. Beg.. Jan. 1866, and in Wlnsor; Hist. 
6: 438, are after it. The Mem. Hist. Boston gives a picture from one in the 
Essex Inst., Salem, painted by an unknown artist. But S. A. Drake, who 
reproduced a two-thirds length in Nooks and Comers N. E., p. 146, says It 
was also by Smibert. 

A view of the Pepperrell house appears in the second edition of Parsons* 
Life, p. 324; Drake's Nooks and Corners; in Biag. Am. Hist. 2: 673; in Lamb's 
Homes of America (1879), and in Appleton's Journal, 1 : 66. 

Letters from, to John Hill. 1744. Me. Hist. Coll. 2d ser. 1:207. 

(1890.) [7380 

^Letter of. 1744. See Herrick, K. J. 



238 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Peppbrbsll, Sib Wii^liam, Continued. 

^Letters from, at Louisburg, to the Duke of Newcastle. 1745. 

Farmer & Moore Coll. 3: 01. (1824.) TTSSl 

^Letters relating to the expedition against Gape Breton. Mass. 

Hist. Soc. Coll. 1 : 6. (1792.) [7382 

Letters to Hon. Richard Waldron. 1750. Fanner A Moore Coll. 

3: 36. (1824.) [7388 

Conference with Indians. 1753. See Conferences. 

Commission of Sir William Pepperrell, as lieutenant-general. 

(1757.) (Communicated by J. Wingate Thornton, A. M., of Bos- 
ton.) N. £. Reg. 21 : 208. (1867.) [7384 

The same. See Folsom, Albert A. 

Letters to and from. 1740^7. From originals in possession of N. 

J. Herrick, Esq. Me. Rec. 3: 93. (1886.) [7385 

^Letters from. 1743. See Herrick, N. J. 

Letter of, to Gen. Belcher. 1757. See Herrick, N. J. 

Letter to. 1758. See Pownall, Thomas. 

Sermon occasioned by his death. 1759. See Stevens, Benjamin. 

Sketch of. Farmer & Moore Coll. 3: 85. (1824.) [7386 

Biographical Sketch of. 1832. iSee Hawthorne, Nathaniel. 

^Biographical Notice of. 1842. See Bradford, Alden. 

Biographical Notice of. 1842. See Curwen, Samuel. 

Life of. 1855. See Parsons, Usher. 

Sketch of. 1858. See Ward, George A. 

Life of. 1858. See Hunt, Freeman. 

House at Kittery. 1860. See Dall, Caroline H. 

Pepperrell Manuscripts. (The original in possession of J. Wingate 

Thornton, A. M.) N. E. Reg. 19: 141, 222. (1865.) [7387 

Genealogy of. 1866. See Parsons, Usher. 



-Account of, and of his house and tomb. Essex Inst Proc. 5 : 167. 
(1867.) [7388 

-Drawing of the tomb and of the arms cut thereon. Leslies* Ulust. 
News. Dec. 14, 1867. [7389 

-His Christian Faith. 1868. See Bourne, Edward E. 

•Sir William Pepperrell. St. James Mag. 28:88. (1871.) [7390 

-Pepperrell Papers. 1874. See Hoyt, Albert H. 

-Notice of, with portrait, and engraving of house. 1875. See Drake, 
Samuel A. 

-Biographical Sketch of, with portrait. 1877. See Am. Port. 
Gallery. 



BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 239 

-The First American Baronet. 1878. See Stevens, John A. 
-A Day at Old Kittery. 1879. See Colby, F. M. 
-Coat of Arms of. 1870. See C, I. J. 

-Sir William Pepperrell. Pennsylvania Mag. Hist. 3:358. (1879.) 

[7391 

The above refers to a descendant once residing In Philadelphia, who 
married a Polish gentleman named Lehmanowski. They had in their pos. 
session a portrait of Pepperrell. 

-Letters of. (1880.) See Herrick, Nathaniel J. 

-Monograph on. (1881.) See Wheeler, Everett P. 

-Ancestry of. 1882. See Titcomb, Sarah E. 

-Tale of. 1884. See Gilman, Arthur. 

-Life and Character of. 1884. See Dane, Luther. 

-And his descendants. 1885. See Jordan, Tristram F. 

-Sketch of. 1886. See Rollins, Daniel. 

-Biographical Sketch, autograph and portrait of. 1887. See Winsor, 
Justin. 



-Sketch of, with portrait. 1890. See Drake, Samuel A. 



Peppebbell, Sib William, 2d. 1746-1816. London, England. 
Biographical Notice of. 1842. See Curwen, Samuel. 

Grandson of Sir William, and created successor to his title in 1774. He 
was a refugee, and proscribed as such. 

Peppbbbellb of Etttebt Point. 1874. See Drake, Samuel A. 

Pkbct, Flobence. Pseud. See Allen, Elizabeth Akers. 

Pebham, David. 1779-1846. Lawyer, Bangor, Brewer. 

Early History of Orrington and Brewer, from a letter written by 
Hon. David Perham to Hon. William D. Williamson, now in pos- 
session of the Maine Historical Society. Bang. H. M. 1: 17. 
(1885.) [7392 

Pkbham Family. Me. Biog. 1 : 33. (1875.) [7393 

Pbbhah, Geoboe Quinby, Woodstock. 

Salutatory at Woodstock reunion. 1890. See Chase, A. M. 

Pebham, Lemuel. 1764-1841. Farmington. 

Poem containing addresses io temperance and to various other 

characters; delivered in Farmington Centre meetinghouse, July 

4, 1833. By Capt. Lemuel Perham. [ISM 

Reprinted in History of Farmington. by Francis G. Butler. (1885.) pp. 630- 

646. 

^Letter to Hon. David Perham. 1835. See Perham Family. 



240 BIBLIOGBAPHY OF MAINE. 

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Reconstruction. — The President and Congress. Speech of Hon. 

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Relief from Taxation. The nation's finances. Speech of Hon. 

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Pebkiitb, Albebt C. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

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Pebkins, Augustus Thobxdike. 1827-91. Boston. 

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A Private Proof, printed in order to preserve certain matters con- 
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Pebkikb, Chablbs S. 

Editor. Heaven. Boston: The First Free Baptist Society. 1884. 

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Pebkins, Daniel Chastelab, M. D. b. 1837. Physician, Rockland. 
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[7403 
Pebkiks, David Page. 

History of the Portland Society of the New Jerusalem, with a list 
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[7404 



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—Time Saving and Systematic Manner of Conducting a Business 
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Pebkins, La Fatbtte, M. D. 1786-1874. Physician, Weld, Farmington. 

A Poem delivered on the celebration of Independence, in the Free 

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PsBKiirs, Simeon. 1795-1842. Lawyer, Hebron, Otisileld. 

An Oration on Columbian Independence; delivered in Minot (Me.) 
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** Pottqtiaimt dUcordia tetra — 

BeUi ferratoi potteB portasque r^tgU, " 

HOBAT. 

Portland: Printed by Francis Douglas, at the Argus Office, Fore 
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^An Address delivered before the Reading Peace Society, in Minot, 

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" From whence come wars and fightings among you? '* 

James 4 : 1. 

Published by request Portland: Printed by Shirley & Edwards. 
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PxBLET, Jebemiah. 1784-1834. Lawyer, Hallowell. 

An Anniversary Oration, delivered before the Federal Republicans, 
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" Plus, bani more* vdUntf quam bona Ugu. '* 

*' He too Is vile, who to his country's good 

Prefers his friend; witness all seeing Jove, 

I never will be silent, when I see 

Destruction stalking o*er my native land, 

Nor to my bosm'd confidence receive 

My country's foe ; convinced that in her welfare 

We sail in safety down the tide of life, 

And form our happiest friendships for the voyage. " 

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An Oration pronounced at the consecration of the Eennebeck Lodge 
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17* 



242 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Peblby, Jbbbmiah, Continued, 

The Debates, Resolutions, and other proceedings of the conven- 
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The Maine Civil Officer, or the powers and duties of sheriffs, cor- 
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The Maine Justice: containing the laws relative to the powers and 

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For first edition, »m 0*Brieii, John M. 

Pbblet, John, Jr. 1811-95. Instructor, Unity. 

Questions adapted to John Perley Jun*s system of penmanship, 
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[7416 

Pbblbt, Nathaniel. 1770-1824. Lawyer, Hallowell, 1795-1824. 

Notice of. 1859. See Allen, Frederic. 
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Pebby. Incorporated 1818. 

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PsRBY, Abthub Latham. &. 1830. Williamstown, Mass. 

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Read before the Scotch-Irish Society of America, May 29, 1890. Contains 
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PsBBT, Abthub Lincolx. 5. 1851. Lawyer, Gardiner. 

Descendants of Jonathan Perry, of Topsham, Maine, to the fifth 
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Pebbt, John Josiah. b, 1811. Lawyer, Oxford, Portland. 

Freedom National-Slavery Sectional. Speech of Hon. John J. 
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^The Platform and Candidates for 1856. Speech delivered in the 

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** Posting the Books Between the North and South.*' Speech of 

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The Filibustering Policy of the Sham Democracy. Speech in 

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Defense of New England and the Union. Speech of Hon. John J. 

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Pbbbt, Jonathan. Topsham. 

Descendants of, to fifth generation. 1890. See Perry, Arthur L. 

Pebbt, Noba. h. 1841. Poet, Providence, R. I. 

For a Woman. A novel, by Nora Perry. Boston: Ticknor &, Com- 
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The Bcene is partly laid at and around Moosehead Lake. 

Pkbbt, Tbubman Summebfibld. 6. 1826. Clergyman, Limerick. 
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1879. 8vo. pp. 21. [7428 



244 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Pkbby, Tbubman SuHMEBFiBLDf Continued, 

^A Sermon delivered before the Union Conference, at the semi-cen- 
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Pesby, Wildkb Washington, b. 1848. Camden. 

Essay. ** The Printed Page and Journalism. — Its growth and in- 
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Paper relating to history of the Press of Knox County. 1883. See 

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Pebbt, William Stevens, D. D., D. C. L., LL. D. P. E. bishop of 
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Joint Author. Journals of the genei-al conventions of the Protest- 
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** Illudtmtive notes/* pp. 367-663, with tbe single exception of a foot-note 
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Joint Editor. Documentary History of the Protestant Episcopal 

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One band red copies printed. 

^The Collects of the Church. Privately printed. 1863. 8vo. pp. 15 

[7433 
One bundred copies printed. 

Bishop Seabury and Bishop Provoost; an historical fragment. By 

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One bundred copies printed. 

The Connection of the Church of England with Early American 

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A Century of Episcopacy in Portland. A sketch of the history of 

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[7437 
Contains various references to Maine. On pages 334, 335, is an acconnt of 
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Petebs Family. Maine Branch. 1886. See Porter, J. W. 

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Survey of lots at Bar Harbor, Mount Desert, by John Peters. 1789- 
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Peters, John Andrew, LL. D. Chief-justice Supreme Judicial Court. 

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Speech, Reconstruction. [7440 

Speech, Claim Wm. McGarrahan. [7441 

Speech, (on report) Defence of Gen. O. O. Howard. [7442 

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Address of Chief Justice John A. Peters, at the dedication of Han- 
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Memoir of Col. Melatiah Jordan, of Ellsworth, Maine. By Hon. 

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[7446 

State of Maine. Supreme Judicial Court. Penobscot, ss. February 

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A trial for the alleged murder of John W. Barron, treasurer of the 
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Peterson, Chables Jacobs. 1819-87. Philadelphia. 

The American Navy; being an authentic history of the United 
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By Charles J. Peterson, author of ** The History of the American 



246 BIBLIOGRAPHT OF MAINE. 

Petebson, Charles Jacobs, Continued. 

Revolution "— " The Military Heroes of the War of 1812 "— " The 
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Petit Maitan. 

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Pkttingbll, John Hancock. 1815-87. Clergyman, New Haven, Conn. 
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The same. The Gift of Eternal life through Jesus Christ our 

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"The i^ft of God Is eternal life through Jeaus Christ, our Lord. '* 

Paul. 

With an introduction, by Rev. Edward White, minister of St. 

PauPs chapel, London, England. Ninth thousand. Yarmouth, 

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The Two Ways. The way of life and the way of death. An ad- 
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All Fulness in Christ. Yarmouth: Scriptural Publication Society. 

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Phelps, Elizabeth Stuakt. See Ward, Mrs. Elizabeth Stuart Phelps. 

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Concerning his railroad transactions. 



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PHII.ADELPHIA. 

History of the Philadelphia Com Exchange Regiment, 118th Penn- 
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Introduction by Gen. J. L. Chamberlain, p. vll. Sketch of Gen. G. R. 
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Philbbick, John Dudley, LL. D. 1818-46. Educator, Danvers, Mass. 
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HiLBBOOK, LuTHEB Gboveb. 1820-92. Educator, Castine. 

Xehemiah Allen and family of Sedgwick, now Brooklin, Maine. 
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Philbbook, Thomas. 

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Phillips Academy. Exeter, N. H. 

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Phillips, A. M. 

Phillips Genealogies: including the Phillips families of Water- 
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[7460 
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248 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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Instructions for Treating with the Eastern Indians, given to the 

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PiCKABD, Samuel. 1792-1872. Lewiston. 

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Appendix, pp. 368-360, contains an account of Father Rale's MS. Indian 
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PiCKEBixo, Timothy, LL. D. 1746-1829. Statesman, Salem, Mass. 
A letter from the Hon. Timothy Pickering, a senator of the United 
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Pidgin, William. 1771-1848. Clergyman, Minot. 

A discourse delivered in Minot, July 4, 1811. In commemoration of 
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Thoughts on Death, and a preparation for its approach: Being the 

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Butler, daughter of Mr. Benjamin and Mrs. Lydia Butler, of 

Minot, who died March 19, 1814, in her 19th year. By William 

Pidgin, A. M., pastor of the Second Congregational church in 

Minot. 

" Prepare to meet thy God." 

Amos. 

Portland: Printed by Arthur Shirley. 1814. [7473 



250 BIBLIOORAFHT OF MAINE. 

Pidgin, William, Continued. 

A Compendious System of England Grammar; comprising all that 

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The day in which the Widow Isabel Pratt completed the hun- 
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Wisdom iB the principal thing: Length of days is in her right hand. 

SOLOMOK. 

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PlEBAITD, R. A. 

Homage to Ireland. By R. A. Pierand. Knight of the Holy Cross of 
Jerusalem, and chaplain of the Fifty-third Regiment New York 
French Zouaves in the late American war. 
** Remember your soul and liberty." 

O'CONNELi. 

(Engraving of harp and shamrock.) Second edition. Bangor, 

Maine: Printed by O. F. Knowles & Company. 1881. 8vo. pp. 32. 

[7476 
PiEBCE, Abbaham p. Belfast. 

Sketch of his life. 1857. See Peirce, David. 

PiEBCB, Fbaxklin. 1804-69. Concord, N. H. Fourteenth president 
of the United States. 
Letter to Union meeting. Bangor. 1860. See Bangor. 

PiEBCE, Fbedebick Clifton. b. 1856. Rockford, 111. 

Pierce Genealogy. No. IV. Being the record of the posterity of 
Capt. Michael, John and Capt. William Pierce, who came to this 
country from England. By Frederick Clifton Pierce, of Bock- 
ford, III. Author of History of Grafton, History of Barre, Mass. 
Compiler of Harwood, Gibson, Peirce, Pierce and Pearce Gene- 
alogies. 

I love the lineages of heroes; but I love merit more. 
Patents of nobility are but phantoms; true worth is within. 
Kings are nothing but men, and all men are equal. 

Kino Frederick op Prussia. 

Albany, N. Y. : Published for the author by Joel MunselPs Sons. 

1889. 8yo. pp. 441. (Plate, Peirce coat of arms; motto. Dixit et 
fecit) [7477 

Genealogy of Waldo Peirce, and family, Frankfort, p. 99. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 251 

PiEBCB, JosiAH. 1792-1866. Lawyer, Gorham. 

An Address delivered on the twenty-sixth day of May, 1836, the 

centennial anniversary of the settlement of Gorham, by Josiah 

Pierce. Published by request. Portland: Printed by Charles 

Day & Company. 1836. 8vo. pp. 36. [7478 

The same, reprinted. 1886. SeeGoTham, 

Information concerning Count Rumford. 1837. See Johnston, John. 

A History of the town of Gorham, Maine. Prepared at the request 

of the town. By Josiah Pierce. Portland: Foster & Gushing 
and Bailey & Noyes. Printed by Foster & Gushing, over Casco 
Bank. 1862. 8vo. pp. 239, (1), [7479 

PiEBCB, JosiAH (Jb.) b. Gorham, 1827. Lawyer, Portland, r. London, 
Eng. 
Literature of Almanacs. Put. Mo. 4:270. (1854.) [7480 

Bestowment of the order of St. Anne upon, by the Emperor of 

Russia. (1366.) See Willis, William. 

Memorial of. 1873. See Drake, Francis S. 

PisBPOLE. Indian. 

Traditions of. 1881. See Swift, J. S. 

PisBSON, Samuel. Saco. 

Sermon on. 1852. See Nichols, John T. G. 

PiowACKET. See Fryeburj?. 

PiKB, Fbbdebic Auoustcs. IS17-S(5. Lawyer, Calais. 

Speech in House of Representatives, 1860. [7481 

Commercial Relations with the British Provinces. Speech in the 

House of Representatives, June 3, 1862. n. p. (Washington.) 
n. d. (1862.) 8vo. pp. 8. [7482 

Personal Sketch of. 1867. See Mansfield, J. B. 

Pike, James. 1703-92. Clergyman, Somersworth, N. H. 
Sermon on. 1792. See Hemmenway, Moses. 

Pike, James. 

The Columbian Orthographer: or first book for children. In which 
the words are methodically arranged, rationally divided into 
syllables, and accurately accented according to the best authori- 
ties. For the use of schools. By James Pike. Portland: Daniel 
Johnson. 1806. 12mo. pp. 168. [7483 

Pike, Jameb Shephebd. 1811-82. Journalist, Calais. 

The Financial Crisis: Its evils and their remedy. By James S. 
Pike, late United States minister at The Hague. Republished 
from the New York Tribune. New York: 1867. 8vo. pp. 52. 

[7484 



252 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Pike, Jambs Shepherd, Continued. 

^The Restoration of the Currency. By James S. Pike, late minis- 
ter to The Hague. Republished from the New York Tribune. 
New York: Sun Job-Printing House, Printing-House Square 
1868. 8vo. pp. 52. [7486 

Horace Greeley in 1872. His political position and motives in the 

late presidential contest. By James S« Pike. Republished from 
the New York Tribune. New York: Powers, Macgo wan <& Slip 
per. Printers. 1873. 8vo. pp. 15. [7486 

Chief Justice Chase. By James S. Pike. 1873. New York: Pow- 
ers, Macgowan & Slipper, Printers, Comer Nassau and Frankfort 
Streets (Sun Building). 1873. Svo. pp. 18. [7487 

The Prostrate State: South Carolina under Negro government. By 

James S. Pike, late minister ot the United States at The Hague. 
New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1874. 12mo. pp. 279. 

[7488 

Contributions to the Financial Discussion, 1874-75. By James S. 

Pike. (Calais, Maine.) New York: Macgowan & Slipper. 1875. 
8vo. pp. 44. [7489 

^The New Puritan: New England two hundred years ago: some ac- 
count of the life of Robert Pike, the Puritan who defended the 
Quakers, resisted the clerical denomination and opposed the 
witchcraft persecution. By James S. Pike. New York: Harper 
& Brothers. 1878. 12mo. pp. 237. [7490 

First Blows of the Civil War. The ten years of preliminary con- 
flict in the United States, from 1850 to 1860. A contemporaneous 
exposition. Progress of the struggle shown by public records and 
private correspondence. With letters, now first published, from 
the following persons: Horace Greeley, Charles A Dana, Wm. Pitt 
Fessenden, Hon. I. Washburn, Jr., Hon. Benj. F. Wade, Gen. Fitz 
Henry Warren, Joshua R. Giddings, Hon. Thomas Corwin, Chief 
Justice Chase, Wm. H. Seward, Count Gurowski, Dr. G. Bailey, 
Charles Sumner, Gen. William Schouler, Truman Smith, Hon. £. 
B. Washbume, and others. By James S. Pike, former U. S. min- 
ister to the Netherlands. New York: The American News 
Company. (1879.) 8vo. pp. xiv, 526. [7491 

Notice of. N. E. Reg. 37: 212. (1883.) [7492 

^Memorial of. 1886. See Talbot, George F. 

Memoir of. 1890. See Talbot, George F. 



Pike, J. G. 

Persuasives to Early Piety, interspersed with suitable prayers. 
By J. G. Pike. First American, from the fifth English edition. 
Limerick, Me. : Published by Hobbs, Woodman & Co. W. Burr, 
Printer. 1828. 18mo. pp. 290. [7493 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 253 

Pike, Mbs. Maby Haydek Gbesne. b. 1827. Calais. 

Ida May; a story of things actual and possible. By Mary Lang- 
don. ** We speak that we know, and testify that we have seen. ** 
Boston: Phillips, Sampson & Company. New York: J. C. Derby. 

1854. 12mo. pp. iv, 478. [74&4 

Over 80,000 copies were sold within four years after publication. 

The same. Edited by an Englishclergyman. London: Simpkin, 

Marshall & Co. Ipswich: I. M. Burton & Co. n. d. 8yo. pp. 323. 

Run and Read Library. (Illus.) [7495 
The same. Author^ s edition. Leipzig: Bernard Tauchnitz. 1855. 

sq. 16mo. pp. vi, 362. [7496 
Caste: a story of Republican equality. By Sydney A. Story, Jr. 

Boston: Phillips, Sampson <& Company. New York: J.C.Derby. 

1856. ]2mo. pp. 540. [7497 
Agnes: a novel by the author of "Ida May." Boston: Phillips, 

Sampson & Co. 1858. 12mo. pp. 510. [7498 
My Angel. Harp. Mag. 17: 775. (1858.) [7499 

Several novels have been erroneously attributed to Mrs. Pike. See Ali- 
bone's dictionary of authors. While " Ida May " was in press, a song ap- 
peared over the same name, written by a lady who afterwards published 
works of fiction and magazine articles entitled " By the author of Ida May." 
Three novels entitled ** By the author of Caste, '* followed. Appleton's 
Cyclopaedia of Distinguished Americans contains an authoritative state- 
ment that " Ida May, '* '* Caste, " and " Agnes " are the only published 
novels from the pen of Mrs. Pike. See note in Notes and Queries Depart* 
ment, Boston Transcript, Jan. 12, 1888, over initials ** M. H. P., *' to same 
effect. 

Pike, Richabd. 1813-68. &. Searsport. Clergyman, Dorchester, Mass. 

Building and Occupancy of Fort Pownall. A paper read before 

the New England Historic Gronealogical Society, Oct. 5, 1859. By 

Rev. Richard Pike, of Dorchester, Mass. N. E. Reg. 14: 4. (1860.) 

[7500 
Pike, R. N. b. 1815. Winthrop. 

Herd Book of the Maine State Pure Blood Jersey Cattle Associa- 
tion. Together with extracts from the constitution and by-laws 
of the association: also some practical hints on dairying, dairy 
stock, etc. Vol. I. Augusta, 1876. 8yo. pp. 80. (Illus.) [7501 

Contains : scale of points for Judging Jerseys adopted by the Boyal Jer- 
sey Agricultural Society of the Jersey Islands. 

Herd Book of the Maine State Jersey Cattle Association. Com- 
piled from official entries. Vol. II. Portland: 1880. 8yo. pp. 

75. (Illus.) [7502 

Contains History Jersey Island cattle. 

iame. Vol. III. Portland: 1883. 8vo. pp. 96. [7503 

^ame. Vol. IV. Portland: 1886. 8vo. pp. 137. [7504 

Jame. Vol. V. Augusta: 1889. 8yo. pp. 139. [7505 

Contains constitution, transfers, and list of members. 

-Same. Vol. VI. Augusta: 1892. 8vo. pp. 127. [7506 



254 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MADHS. 

PiLOBiM Fathkbs (The), or the lives of some of the first settlers of 
New England. Designed for Sabbath-school libraries. Portland: 
Shirley, Hyde <& Co. 1830. 18mo. pp. 123. [7507 

PiLLSBUBT, Phihshab, and family, Blnehill. 1890. 8ee Candage, 
R.G. F. 

PiLBBUBY, Chablbs Albbbt. h. Calais, 1839. Journalist, Belfast 
British North America. Her relations to the United States, and 
what the repeal of reciprocity treaties and Fenians have done. 
De Bow, n. s. 3: 156. (1867.) [7508 

Southern Emigration. De Bow, n. s. 4: 545. (1867.) [7509 

^Farming in the South. De Bow, n. s. 5: 363. (1868.) [7510 

The Fair at New Orleans. American Farm. 6th ser. 2: 282, 297. 

(1868.) [7511 

The Gold Mines of Nova Scotia. Appleton's Jour. 6: 66. (1871.) 

[7512 

^A Southern Watering Place. Potter's Am. Mo. 15: 258. (1880.) 

[7513 
Describes the White Sulphur Springs. 

The Blue-Nose Capital. Potter's Am. Mo. 18: 266. (1882.) [7514 

An account of Halifax, N. S. 

Papers relating to history of Press of Waldo County. 1884, 1886. 

1887, 1889. See Maine Press Association. 

Poem. The Country Editor at Home. 1885. See Maine Press Asso- 
ciation. 

Pblsbubt, William H. 1806-88. Clergyman, Bucksport. 

Semi-Centennial Sermon by W. H. Pilsbury, delivered by request of 
the East Maine Conference, at Camden, Maine, April 10, 1884. 
Printed by A. M. Chase & Co., Bryant's Pond, Me. 1884. 8vo. 
pp. 30. [7515 

^Methodism in Maine. 179.3-1886. See Allen, Stephen. 

PiKKHAM, Rebekah P. Sodgwick. 

A Narrative of the life of Miss Lucy Cole, of Sedgwick, Maine. 
(Also, sketches of the lives of Sarah Nye Parker, Susan Bancroft 
Mrs. Sophia W. Kimball.) Boston: J. Loring. 1830. 18mo. pp. 
108. [7516 

^Memoirs of Simeon J. Milliken, Esq., of Mount Desert, Me., with a 

short sketch of his last hours, and dying scene of his two beloved 
brothers. Boston: J. Loring. 183G. 16mo. pp. 108. [7517 

Memoir of. 1840. See Garrison, Edwin W. 

PiPBB, Hob ACS. 6. Parsonsfield, 1810. Lawyer, r. Washington, D. C. 
The Schools of Parsonfield. 1885. See Dearborn, J. W. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 255 

PiBATBS Own Book (Thb), or authentic narratiyes of the lives, 
exploits, and executions of the most celebrated sea robbers. 
(Engraving, Gibbs carrying the Dutch girl on board.) With his- 
torical sketches of the Jossamee, Spanish, Landrone, West India, 
Malay and Algerine pirates. Portland: Sanborn <& Carter. 1837. 
12mo. pp. 432. (Illns.) [7518 

The same. Portland, Me.: Published by Francis Blake. 1850. 

12mo. pp. 432. (Illus.) [7519 

PiBCATAQUA. 

Extracts from Boston News-Letter concerning. N. E. Reg. 12:138. 
(1858.) [7520 

PiSCATAQUA ASBOCIATIOX. 

Historical Sketch of. 1848. See French, Jopathan. 

Piscataquis County. Constituted 1888. 

Congregational Churches and Ministers of. 1842. See Gillet, £. 

Paper relating to history of Press in. 1876. See Smith, Frank K. 

History of. 1880. See Loring, Amasa. 

Historical and Descriptive Sketch of. 1880. See Howard, R. H. 

Notes of a fur hunter in. 1883. See Clapp, Henry. 



•Piscataquis County Atlas. 1882. See Caldwell & Halfpenny. 



PiTTBFiELD. Incorporated 1819. 

History Meredian Lodge. 1864-78. See Whitten, Albion. 

PiTTSTON. Incorporated 1779. 

Muster Roll Capt Jewett's Co. 1799. See Flitner, F. W. 
Sermon, ordination D. Kendrick. 1812. See Gillet, E. 



-History of. 1852. See Hanson, J. W. 

-Tombstone Inscriptions. Me. Rec. 3:92. (1876.) [7521 

-Alleged Prehistoric Remains at (1889.) See DeCosta, B. F. 
-Alleged Prehistoric Remains at (1890.) See Haynes, Henry W. 



P., K. T. 

Debts and Finances of the States of the Union, with reference to 
their general condition and prosperity. The N. England States- 
Maine and Mass. Hunt's Mag. 17:577. (1847.) [7522 

Pl«ACE, MBS. PbBBY. 

The Hapless Lovers, or Shechem and Dinah. A pathetic memoir, 

for the use of children. Resigned to allure them to a love of the 

sacred Scriptures. By the author of ** The Orphan.*' 

" Bat let no pen profane like mine, 
On Bacred themes to rashly dare- 
Turn to the books divine 
And read the blessed page with prayer.'* 

Portland: Printed for the author. 1830. pp.24. [7528 



256 BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

Place, Mbs. Perbt, Continued. 

^The Affectionate Son. For the use of children. In two parts. 

Part first. 

" The grave, the dark, cold grave, has hid thee from my view, 
While I my weary path through life, in solitude pursue. 
Thy father, once my only love, is numbered with the dead, 
And thou, my first, my only son, my boy, thou too art fled. ** 

By the author of *' The Orphan, " '^Shechem and Dinah.** ^bc. 
(Portland, Me.: 1840.) 12mo. pp. 36. [7524 

The same, under the following title: 

The Affectionate Son : for the use of children. In two parts. Part 

the first. 

"Then said the spirit unto me, write ! write what great things the Lord has 
done for my soul ! " 

** I commanded John to seal up these things which the seven thunders 
uttered, and write them not. But I command you to write what the spirit 
has revealed to you. *' 

" And be thou faithful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of life. ** 

** Had some g^od angel op'd to me that book 
Of Providence, and let me read my life, 
My heart had broke when I beheld the sum 
Of ills, which, one by one, I have endured. '* 

By the author of " The Orphan, " " Shechem and Dinah, " Arc. 
Portland: Printed for the author. 1840. 18mo. pp. 34. [7525 

The Affectionate Son, for the use of children. In two parts. Part 

second. 

" The sorrows of a mother are above all human consolation, and can be 
soothed by nothing earthly. God has reserved to himself alone the power 
of softening such affliction ; and if he has allotted them to that sex which 
he has created the most feeble, it is because he has, at the same Ume, 
created it so tender as to love the hand that smites, and to believe in the 
only hope which can afford relief. ** 

By the author of *'The Orphan,*' "Shechem and Dinah, '' ^bc. 
Copyright secured. (Portland, Me.: 1840.) 12mo. pp. 36. [7526 

The same. Second edition. Portland. 1840. 18mo. pp. 32. [7527 

Plaibtkd, Habbis Mbbbill. b. 1828. Governor of Maine. Lawyer, 
Bangor, Augusta. 
Report of the trial of James M. Lowell, indicted for the murder 
of his wife, Mary Elizabeth Lowell, before the Supreme Judicial 
Court of Maine, for Androscoggin County; containing the evi- 
dence, arguments of the counsel and the charge of the court, in 
full, with the verdict of the jury and the sentence of the prisoner, 
and an appendix. By H. M. Plaisted, attorney-general. Port- 
land, Me. : Published by Dresser, McLellan & Co. 1875. 8yo. pp. 
260. (Plan.) [7528 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 257 

With Appleton, Frederick H. 

The Maine Digest; being a digest of the decisions of the Supreme 

Judicial Court of Maine, from 1820 to 1879, reported in Maine 

Reports, Volumes 1 to 68, inclusive. By Harris M. Plaisted and 

Frederick H. Appleton. Portland: Dresser, McLellan & Co. 1880. 

roy. 8vo. pp. xvi, 1464. [7529 

Life and Public Services of Gen'l Harris M. Plaisted. Portland, 

Maine: Published by The New Era Published Co. 1880. 8vo. 

pp. 31. (Portrait on cover.) [7530 

A short sketch of Gen. Plaisted is given in proceedings of Army of the 
James and its reunion in Boston, in 1868. 

Planchettes' Bioobaphy. 1860. See Wellcome, Mrs. M. D. 

Platform of Chubch Discipline. 

Reprinted for A. Lyman & Co., Portland. 1812. 12mo. pp. (2), 
118, 36. [7531 

Plough Patent. 

Account of. 1885. See Banks, C. £. 

P., L. o. 

The way of the soul. 1836. See Stephens, Ann S. 

Pluheb, John Chbistopheb, M. D. Portland. 

The Mechanical Affections of the Human Foot; with suggestions as 
to the mechanical remedies required for their relief. Portland : 
Printed by B. Thurston, 1860. 12mo. pp. 23. (Illus.) [7532 

^Mechanical Appliances in Treatment of Talipes, n. p. n. d. (Boston, 

1862.) 8vo. pp. (5), 11. (Title on cover.) (Illus.) [7533 

Pluhmeb, Moses. New Gloucester. 

History of Cumberland Lodge, No. 12, of Free and Accepted 
Masons, of New Gloucester, Me., from 1803 to 1873, by Moses 
Plummer, P. M. Published by vote of the lodge. Portland: 
Stephen Berry, Printer. 1873. 12mo. pp. 48. [7534 

Plitboceb, Peteb W. 

The Carpenter's and Builder's Guide. Being a hand-book for work- 
men. Also, a manual of reference for contractors and builders. 
By P. W. Plummer. Portland: Hoyt, Fogg & Breed. 1869. 8vo. 
pp. 72. (4 plates.) [7535 

^The Carpenter's Guide. A manual of reference for contractors and 

builders. Plates. Second edition. Portland: 1870. 8vo. pp. 72. 

[7636 
Plxthmbbs and Mobtons. 

History of the ancient. 1635-1885. See Thurston, Mrs. Jane Plum- 
mer. 

18» 



258 BIBLIOGRAFHT OF MAINE. 

Plymouth Comfaitt. 

Remarks on the plan and extracts of deeds lately published by the 
proprietors of the township of Brunswick (as they term them- 
selves) agreeable to their vote of January 4th, 1753. N. B. By 
▼irtue of these deeds, the Plymouth Company, on one part, and 
Sir Byby Lake and others, in opposition to them, claim certain 
tracts of land, lying upon the river Kennebeck, at the eastward, 
n. p. (Boston.) n. d. (175^.) 4to. pp. 8. [7537 

A Defence of the remarks of the Plymouth Company, on the plan 

and extracts of the deeds published by the proprietors (as they 

term themselves) of the township of Brunswick. Being a reply 

to their answer to said remarks, lately published, according to 

their vote of March 28, 1753. Boston: N. £. Printed in the year 

MDCCLIII. 8vo. pp. 50. [7538 

ThU controversy was carried to London in 1766, the opinion of eminent 
lawyers obtained, and an appeal taken to the Courts. Florentius Vassall 
was appointed by the Plymouth Company to attend to its interests in Lon- 
don. The controversy was afterwards settled by compromise. 

Plymouth Patent. 

Charter for the Old Colony. 1629. See Hazard, Ebenezer. 

Poetical Geoonast (A). 1845. See Allen, Hannah B. 

Poets, Native, of Maine. 1854. See Lancey, S. Herbert. 

PoHLMAN, H. N., D. D. Clergyman, Albany, N. Y. 

The German Colony and Lutheran Church in Maine. An address 
delivered before the Historical Society of the Lutheran church, 
at its meeting in Washington, D. C, May 14, 1869. Published by 
request of the society. Gettysburg: J. E. Wible, Printer, North 
East Cor. of Washington and R. R. Sts. 1869. 8vo. pp. 24. [7589 

PoiVBE, M. Le. Pseud. 

Travels of a Philospher; or observations on the manners and arts in 
America and Asia. By M. Le Poivre, late emissary to the king of 
Conchin-China. Augusta, (Kennebec) reprinted by Peter £des. 
1797. 12mo. pp. 94. [7540 

Poland. Incorporated 1795. 

Owners of land in. 1798. See Strout, E. S. 

Poem at, on temperance. 1834. See Fisk, Charles R. 

Annals of. 1847. See Ladd, William. 

Souvenir Album of Poland Spring. 1885. See Maine Guide Books. 

A Story of the history and marvellous curative properties of the 

Poland mineral spring water, South Poland, Maine, n. d. (Copy- 
right 1885.) 12mo. pp. 72. [7541 

A Modem Bethesda. 1888. See Patterson, Jane C. 

Poland Spring. 1889. See Sweetser, M. F. 



BIBLIOORAPHY OF MAINE. 259 



-History of. 1890. See Poole, N. W. & G. W. 
-An Inland Retreat. 1890. See Haynes, Geo. H. 



Poland Spring House. South Poland, Me. (Circular. Season 1890.) 

Also, the Poland Spring House, by W. H. H. Murray, n. p. n. d. 
(1890.) 48mo. obi. pp. 16. (lUus.) [7542 

Political Refobmatiok of 1884 (The). A Democratic campaign 
book. By authority of the National Democratic Committee. New 
York: 1884. 8vo. pp. 302. [7543 

Record of James 6. BlAine, p. 90. 

PoMEBOT, Swan Lyman, D. D. 1799-1869. Clergyman, Bangor, 1825- 
48. 
The Dead in Christ Blessed. Discourse preached at the funeral of 
the Rev. John Smith, D. D. professor theology in the seminary at 
Bangor, (Me.) April 12, 1831. By S. L. Pomeroy, pastor of the 
First Congregational church in Bangor. Augusta: Eaton & 
Severance, Printers. 1831. 8vo. pp. 15. [7544 

^Practical Examination of the Doctrine of Saints* Perseverance. By 

Rev. S. L. Pomeroy, Bangor, Maine. 8vo. pp. 8. National Preach- 
er, No. 83. April, 1833, New York: J. & J. Harper, Printers. 82 
Cliff Street. [7545 

Arguments in Favor of Missions. (Isa. 72: 1.) A discourse deliv- 
ered in Portland, June 26, 1833, before the Maine Missionary 
Society, at its twenty sixth anniversary. By Swan L. Pomeroy, 
Pastor of the First Congregational church in Bangor. Portland: 
Press of the Maine Missionary Society. Alfred Merrill, Printer. 
1833. 8vo. pp. 19. [7546 

The Unchangeable God. Am. Nat. Preach., 11 : 156. 1837. [7547 

Knowledge, Liberty and Religion. A discourse delivered on the 

day of the annual thanksgiving, Nov. 30, 1837. By S. L. Pomeroy 
pastor of the First Congregational church in Bangor, Maine. 
Bangor: Printed by Sam. S. Smith. 1838. 8vo. pp. 24. [7548 

Ministerial Support. A sermon delivered before the Congregation- 
al Charitable Society of Maine, at their annual meeting in Saco, 
June 26, 1838. By Swan Lyman Pomeroy, pastor of the First 
Congregational church in Bangor. Bangor: E. F. Duren. Samuel 
S. Smith, Printer. 1838. 8vo. pp. 23. [7649 

Pond, Benjamin. Railroad laws and charters. 1851. See Gregg, W. P. 

Pond, Enoch, D. D. 1791-1882. Professor in Bangor Theological 
Seminary. 1832-82. 
Memoir of the Rev. Samuel Davies, formerly president of the Col- 
lege of New Jersey. Boston: Mass. Sab. School Soc. 1832. 16mo. 
pp. 131. [7550 

^The same. Second edition. 1839. 18mo. pp. 138, (6). [7551 



260 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

PoxD, Enoch, D. D., Continued. 

A Treatise, on Christian baptism, in four parts: relating to the 

mode of baptism; to the subjects; to the import, design, and 
uses of infant baptism; and to close communion. By Enoch 
Pond, professor of theology in the Theological Seminary, Ban- 
gor, Me. Boston: Peirce & Parker, Cornhill. 1833. 16mo. pp. 
190. [7552 

Sermon CXXXVII. By Enoch Pond, professor of theology in the 

Theological Seminary at Bangor, Maine. Conyiction of sin by 
the law. Rom. 3:20. By the law is knowledge of sin. Am. 
Nat Preach. 7: 120. (1833.) [7553 

The Song of the Angels. Lit. and Theol. Rev. 1 : 428. (1834.) [7554 

^Review of Edwards on the Will. Lit. and Theol. Rev. 1: 520. (1884.) 

[75.55 

^Memoir of John Cotton, by John Norton. With a preface and 

notes by Enoch Pond, professor of theology in the Theol. Semi- 
nary at Bangor, Maine. Boston: Published by Perkins & Mar- 
vin. Philadelphia: Henry Perkins. 1834. 18mo. pp. 108. [7556 
Reviewed in No. Am. Rev. 38: 486. (1834.) 

Memoir of Miss Susanna Anthony; consisting chiefly in extracts 

from her writings. By Enoch Pond. Boston: Massachusetts 
Sabbath-School Society. 1834. 18mo. pp. 180. [7557 

The same. Second edition. 1844. 18mo. pp. 180. [7558 

Review of Upham on the Will. Lit and Theol. Rev. 2: 148. (1835.) 

[7559 
A contintuitlon of " Review of Edwards on the Will. *' 

Pedo Baptists. Enclyclopffidia of Religious Knowledge. 1835. 

[7560 
Report of the Penobscot County Educational Society, at Bangor, 

Sept. 9, 1835. Am. Q.Reg. 8:272. (1836.) [7561 
Necessity and Means of Regeneration. Sermon CCXXI. Am. Nat. 

Preach. 12 : 26. 1836. [7562 
God Glorified in the Work of Redemption. By Rev. Enoch Pond, 

D. D., professor of theology, Bangor, Maine. Doctrinal tract, 

No. 31. Published by the American Doctrinal Tract Society. 

n. d. (1836.) 16mo. pp. 12. [7563 
Doctrinal Tract, No. 36. The Import, Design, and Uses of Infant 

Baptism. Published by the American Doctrinal Tract Society. 

n. d. (1836.) 16mo. pp. 12. [7564 
Doctrinal Tract, No. 37. Close Communion. Published by the 

American Doctrinal Tract Society, n. d. (1836.) 16mo. pp. 16. 

[7565 
^Upham on the Will. Bib. Rep. 7: 330. (1836.) [7566 

Review of Channing on Slavery. Lit. and Theol. Rev. 3: 121. (1836.) 

[7567 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 261 

-The Church. By Enoch Pond, D. D., professor in the Theological 
Seminary, Bangor. Boston: Published by Whipple & Damrell, 
No. 9, Comhill. New York: Scofield & Voorhies, No. 118, 
Nassau Street. 1837. 16mo. pp. 126. [7568 

-The same. Second edition revised. Bangor: E. F. Duren. Boston: 
M. H. Sargent. 1860. 16mo. pp. 126. [7569 

-Celsus. LitandTheol. Rev. 4:219, 584. (1837.) [7570 

-Probation. By Enoch Pond, D. D., professor in Ihe Theological 
Seminary, Bangor. Bangor: Duren & Thatcher. 1837. (Also 
N. Y., Boston & Portland.) 18mo. pp. 137. [7571 

-Voluntary Societies. Lit. and Theol. Rev. 4:393. (1837.) [7572 

-Look at This! Extracts from a letter written by Rev. Enoch Pond, 
D. D., to Rev. Jotham Sewall, Congregational minister in Prov- 
incetown, under the date of Jan^y 4, 1838 (respecting proceed- 
ings of Bangor Seminary with a Mr. John Bovee Dods,) 12mo. 
pp. 12. [7573 

Document signed by John Smith and Bancroft Fowler, professors in sem- 
inary. 

-Consistency of Religious Character. 1838. See Clark, John A. 
-Geology and Revelation. Bib. Rep. 12: 1. (1838.) [7574 

-Memoir of Joseph Stone, Esq., with selections from his original 
poetry and music. Bangor: Samuel S. Smith, Printer. 1838. 
12mo. pp. 88. [7675 

-The Impassable Bridge. 1839. See Clark, John A. 

-Evidence of Testimony. Bib. Rep. n. s. 2: 14. (1839.) [7576 

-Historical Sketch of Atheism. Am. Bib. Rep. n. s. 2: 320. (1839.) 

[7577 

-Memoir of Count Zinzendorf : comprising a succinct history of the 
church of the United Brethren, from its renewal at Hernhut to 
the death of its illustrious patron. By Enoch Pond. Boston: 
Mass. Sabbath-School Society. 1830. 18mo. pp. 195. [7578 

-The same. Second edition. 1851. 18mo. pp. 195. [7579 

-Christian Perfection. Am. Bib. Rep. 2d. ser. 1:44. (1839.) 

[7580 
-The Report of the Spies. 1840. See Clark, John A. 

-The Convent of lona. Am. Q. Reg. 12: 153. (1839.) [7581 

-Historical Sketch of the Theological Seminary at Bangor. Am. Q. 
Reg. 14:27. (1841.) [7582 

-Intermediate Place. Bib. Rep. 2d. ser. 5:464. (1841.) [7583 

-Wickliife and His Times. By Enoch Pond, professor in the Theo- 
logical Seminary, Bangor, Me. Written for the American Sun- 
day-school Union, and revised by the committee of publication. 
Philadelphia: American Sunday-school Union. 18mo. pp. 197. 
(1841.) (Port.) [7684 



262 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

PoiTD, Ehogh, D. D., Continued. 

A Discourse on Christian perfection, delivered in the chapel of the 

Theological Seminary, Bangor, on the evening of March 4th, 
1841. By Enoch Pond, D. D., professor of sjrstematic theology. 
Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1841. 8vo. pp. 48. [7585 

Morning of the Reformation. By Enoch Pond, professor in the 

Theological Seminary, Bangor. Written for the American Sun- 
day-school Union, and approved by the committee of publication. 
Philadelphia: American Sunday-school Union. 18mo. pp. 324. 
(1842.) [7586 

Conversion. Am. Nat Preach. 16: 145. (1842.) [7587 



-Death Desirable to the Believer. A discourse delivered in Orring- 
ton, at the funeral of Mrs. Ellen S. George, wife of Dea. Timothy 
George, November 8, 1842. By Enoch Pond, D. D., professor in 
the Theological Seminary, Bangor. Published by request Ban- 
gor: Smith and Say ward, Printers. 1842. 8vo. pp. 16. [7588 

-Examination of certain points of New England history, as ex- 
hibited by President Quincy in his history of Harvard University, 
and by other Unitarian writers. Bib. Rep. 2d ser. 7 : 89, 145, 253, 
328. (1842.) [7589 

The sabject matter of the first article is Increase Mather; of the second 
and third. Cotton Mather and Witchcraft; and of the fourth, Beyival under 
Whitefield. 

-Millerism Destroyed: or a review of the Second Advent publica- 
tions. First Published in the New England Puritan. By Enoch 
Pond, D. D. 

** FaUe prophets shall arise and shall deceive many.*' 

Matt. 24: U. 

Boston: Printed by S. N. Dickinson. 1842. 12mo. pp. 72. [7590 

-The same. Second edition. Massachusetts Sabbath-School Society. 
1851. pp. 252. [7591 

-The same. Third edition. Boston: Printed by S. N. Dickinson. 
1843. 24mo. pp. 72. [7592 

-The Kingdom Given to the Saints. A discourse delivered at the 
ordination of Rev. Enoch Pond, Jr., as colleague ixastor of the 
Congregational church and society in Georgetown. By Enoch 
Pond, D. D., professor in the Theological Seminary, Bangor. 
Published by request. Andover: Printed by Allen, Morrill and 
Wardwell. 1843. 8vo. pp. 40. [7593 

-The Act of Faith. 

*' Believe on the Lord Jesos Christ, and thoa shalt be saved." 

Acts 16: 32. 

American Tract Society, New York. 1843. No. 356. 12mo. pp. 4. 

[7594 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 263 

-Historical Sketch of the doctrine of pivine decrees. Bib. Rep. 
2d ser. 9:285. (1843.) * [7595 

-No Fellowship with Romanism. By Enoch Pond, professor in the 
Theological Seminary, Bangor. 

** Come oat of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her Bins, and that 
ye receive not of her plagues.'* 

Written for the Massachusetts Sabbath-School Society, and 
approved by the committee of publication. Boston: Massachu- 
setts Sabbath-School Society, Depository, No. 13, Comhill. 1843. 
sm. 12mo. pp. 252. [7596 

-The same. Second edition. 1851. [7597 

-The Great Conflict. A sermon delivered at the ordination of Rev. 
Preston Pond, as pastor of the Central Congregational church 
and society in Eastport, (Me.) Am. Nat. Preach. 17: 265. 1843. 

[7598 

-The Young Pastor's Guide: or lectures on pastoral duties. By 
Enoch Pond, D. D., professor in the Theological Seminary, 
Bangor. Bangor: E. F. Duren. 1844. (Also pub. in Portland, 
Boston, N. Y., and New Haven.) 12mo. pp. 377. [7599 

-The same. Second edition. Entitled ** Lectures on Pastoral The- 
ology. " Andover: Warren F. Draper. 1866. 12mo. pp. 395. 

[7600 
Also published in Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Cincinnati. 

-The Mather Family. By Enoch Pond. Boston: Massachusetts 
Sabbath School Society. (1844.) 18mo. pp. 180. [7601 

Portrait of Increase Mather. 

-The same. Second edition. (1844.) 18mo. pp. 180. [7602 

-The First Principles of the Oracles of God. Boston: Massachu- 
setts Sabbath School Society. 1844. 18mo. pp. 81. [7603 

-Evangelists. New Eng. 2 : 297. (1844.) [7604 

-The World's Salvation. Boston: Massachusetts Sabbath School 
Society. 1845. 18mo. pp. 414. [7605 

First publish ed in 1824 under title of " Monthly Concert Lectures. " 

-Coleman's Apostolical and Primitive Church. New Eng. 4: 182. 
(1846.) [7606 

•Editor. Pope and Pagan, or Middleton's letter from Rome, on the 
similarity between popery and paganism. With an introduction 
and notes by Enoch Pond, professor in the Theological Seminary, 
Bangor. Portland: Hyde, Lord <& Duren. 1846. 16mo. pp. 131. 

[7607 

-The same. Second edition. 1861. 12mo. pp. 250. [7608 

-The same. Third edition. 1874. [7609 



264 BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

Pond, Enoch, D. D., Continued* 

Swedenborgianism Reviewed. By Enoch Pond, D. D., professor in 

the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Me. Portland : Hyde, Lord A 
Duren. 1846. 16mo. pp. 206. [7610 

Remarks upon, 1846, by Rev. W. B. Hayden. Set Bush, G^eorge. 

— r-The same, under the title of "Swedenborgianism Examined. 

Revised edition/' Pablished by the American Tract Society, 28 

Cornhill, Boston. 1861. 16mo. pp.2o0. [7611 
The Lives of Increase Mather and Sir William Phips. By Enoch 

Pond. Boston: Mass. Sabbath School Society. 1847. 18mo. pp.286. 

(Port.) [7612 

Forma Vol. V of "Lives of the Chief Fathers of New England." 

Plato: his life, works, opinions and influence. By Enoch Pond, 

D. D., professor to the Theological Seminary, Bangor. Portland: 
Hyde, Lord A Duren. 1847. 32mo. pp. 156. [7613 

^Miracles. Am. Bib. Rep. 3d ser. 3: 304. (1847.) [7614 

^The Justice of God. Am. Bib. Rep. 3d ser. 4: 586. (1848.) [7615 

Republican Tendencies of the Bible. Am. Bib. Rep. 3d ser. 

4: 283. (1848.) [7616 

A Manual of Congregationalism, prepared for the General Confer- 
ence of the Congregational churches of Maine, and recommended 
by that body to the consideration of the churches. Portland: 
Hyde A Lord. 1848. 12mo. pp. 108. [7617 

The same. New and revised edition. Bangor: E. F. Duren. 1859. 

12mo. pp. 102. [7618 

God in Christ Chr. Observer. 3: 241. (1849.) [7619 



-Review of Dr. BushnelPs " God in Christ. " By Enoch Pond, D. D. 
professor in the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine. Bangor: 
Published by E. F. Duren. Boston: Tappan, Whittemore, and 
Mason. Portland: Hyde A Lord. 1849. ]6mo. pp. zi, 118. 

[7620 

-bufferings of Christ. Bib. Sac. 7:205. (1850.) [7621 

-Memoir of Joseph S. Ware. 1850. (?) [7622 

-Amusements. New Eng. 0:345. (1851.) [7623 

The above is a review of ** A Plea for Amusements,'* by P. W. Sawver. 

-The Ancient Church, from the captivity to the coming of Christ 
Boston: 1851. 18mo. pp. 257. [7624 

-Interpretation of Scripture. Theol. and Lit. Jour. 4:415. (1852.) 

[7625 

-The Religion of Pantheism. Am. Nat Preach., 26: 121. 1852. [7626 

Preached at the installation of the Rev. Preston Pond over the Kd^-ards 
church and society in Boston, February 24, 1852. 

-Spectral Illusions: their causes and laws. Chr. Rev. 17:504. (1852.) 

[7627 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 265 

-Figurative Language of tlie Sacred Writings. Theol. and Lit Jour. 
4:687. (1852.) [7628 

-The Character of Infants. Bib. Sac. 9: 746. (1852.) [7629 

-No. 505. Charles Atwell; or the ruinous effect of Sabbath recrea- 
tions, a narrative of fact. Published by the American Tract 
Society, 150 Nassau Street, New York. 12mo. pp. 20. [7630 

-Life and Writings of Andrew Fuller. Ch. Rev. 17: 161. (1852.) 

[7631 
-Letter on the Maine Liquor Law. 1852. See Barnes, Albert. 

-Commentaries on the Laws of the Ancient Hebrews, by E. C. 
Wines. Theol. and Lit. Jour. 6: 223. (1853.) [7632 

-Synod of Dort. Theol. and Lit. Jour. 7:83. (1854.) [7633 

-History of Changes in Church Government New Eng. 13: 295. 
(1855.) [7634 

-Natural and Moral Ability and Inability. New Eng. 13:387. (1855.) 

[7635 

A Review of Rev. B. Tyler's " Discourse on Human Ability and Inability," 
etc. 

-Memoir of John Knox : including a history of the Reformation in 
Scotland. By Enoch Pond, professor in the Theological Semi- 
nary, Bangor. Written for the Mass. Sabbath School Society, 
and approved by the committee of publication. Boston: Massa- 
chusetts Sabbath School Society. (1855.) 18mo. pp. 239. (Port.) 

[7636 

-The Chronology of the Old Testament. Theol. and Lit. Jour. 
9: 239. (1856.) [7637 

-Future State of the Heathen. Ch. Rev. 22: 31. (1857.) [7638 

-Tract No. 49. Posture in Prayer. By Enoch Pond, D. D., professor 

in Theological Seminary, Bangor, n. p. n. d. (1857.) 12mo. pp. 12. 

[7639 
PabUshed by the Congregational Board of Pablication. 

-Alleged Discrepancies in the Bible. Ch. Rev. 23:390. (1858.) 

[7640 

-Lee on Inspiration. Bib. Sac. 15:29. (1858.) [7641 

A review of " Lee*8 Inspiration of Holy Scripture, Its Nature and Proof/' 
etc. 

-God, the supreme disposer, and a moral governor. Theol. and 
Lit. Jour. 10:624. (1858.) [7642 

-Slavery and the Bible. By Rev. Enoch Pond, D. I). American Tract 
Society. Boston, (n. d.) (1859.) 12mo. pp. 16. [7643 

-Slavery and the Bible. By Rev. Enoch Pond, D. D., professor in the 
Theological Seminary, Bangor, Me. Revised edition. Published 
by the American Tract Society, 28 Cornhill, Boston, n. d. 12mo. 
pp. (2), 12, (2). [7644 



266 BIBLIOOBAPHT OF MAINE. 

Pond, Enoch, D. D., Continued. 

The Wreck and the Rescue. A memoir by the Rev. Harrison Fair- 
field. Written chiefly by himself. Edited by £. Pond, D. D. Bos- 
ton: Massachasetts Sabbath School Society. 1858. 18mo. pp. 
157. (2 pi.) [7645 

Rev. John Sawyer, D. D. Cong. Quar. 1:62. (1859.) [7646 

Letter: memorial services Essex Street chnrch, Boston. 1860. See 

Boston. 

A Discourse, commemorative of the life and character of Rev. John 

Maltby, late pastor of the Hammond Street church, Bangor. By 

Enoch Pond, professor in the Theological Seminary, Bangor. 

Published by request. Bangor: E. F. Duren. 1860. 8vo. pp. 24. 

[7647 

Includes extract from the address of Rev. George Shepard, D. D., at the 
fUDeral of Mr. Maltby. 

The Book of Judges. Theol. and Lit Jour. 12: 463. (1860.) [7648 

God is Love. Theol. and Lit Jour. 12: 571. (1860.) [7649 



TheCuldees. Meth. Quar. Rev. 43 (4th ser. 13) : 628. (1861.) [7650 

Pontius Pilate. Theol. and Lit Jour. 13: 618. (1861.) [7651 

Life of Erasmus. Bib. Sac. 19: 106. (1862.) [7652 

Hopkinsianism. Bib. Sac. 19: 633. (1862.) [7653 

The Atonement, in its relation to God and man. Bib. Sac. 19:695. 

(1862.) [7654 

Laws of Moral Influence. Ch. Rev. 27:394. (1862.) [7655 

^Augustine. Princ. Rev. 34: 406. (1862.) [7656 

A review of the " Life and Works of St. Augustine.** 

^Report on the rights of Congregational churches of Massachusetts. 

Cong. Quar. 5:. 323. (l863.) [7657 

^The Author of Genesis. Meth. Quar. Rev. 45 (4th ser. 15): 601. 

(1863.) [7658 

G^d the Supreme Disposer and Moral Governor. Bib. Sac. 21 : 838. 

(1864.) [7659 

Works of Plato. Princ. Rev. 36:209. (1864.) [7660 

A review of ** Works of Plato,*' by three different translators. 

The Russian Church. Princ. Rev. 36: 614. (1864.) [7661 

^The Missionary Enterprise, in its bearing upon the cause of science 

and learning. Princ. Rev. 38: 611. (1866.) [7662 

Congregationalism. A premium tract. By Enoch Pond, D. D. 

Boston: Congregational Board of Publication. (1865.) 16mo. pp. 
48. [7663 

The same. 1868. 16mo. pp. 48. [7664 

^The Pietists of Germany. Cong. Rev. 7: 331. (1867.) [7665 



BIBLIOGBAPHY OF MAINE. 267 



-Chronology of the Old Testament. Meth. Quar. Rev. 49 (4th ser. 
19): 389. (1867.) [7666 

-Lectures on Christian Theology. By Enoch Pond, D. D., professor 
in the Theological Seminary at Bangor. Boston: Congregational 
board of Publication, 13 Cornhill. 1867. 8vo. pp. 785. [7667 

•The same. Second edition. 1867. 8yo. pp. 785. 

-The same. Third edition. Boston: Congregational Publishing So- 
ciety, Congregational House. 1874. 8vo. pp. 784. [7668 

-The same. Fourth edition. 1875. (Same title and pagination as 
third edition.) 

-Spectral Appearances; their causes and laws. Princ. Rev. 40:293. 
(1808.) [7669 

-The Apostle Paul the Author of the Epistle to the Hebrews. Cong. 
Rev. 8:29. (1868.) [7670 

-The Apocalypse. Cong. Rev. 8: 845. (1868.) [7671 

-** Dr. Huntington and Dr. Pond." (1868.) See Walker, J. P. 

-Congregationalism. A premium tract. By Enoch Pond. Boston: 
Congregational Board of Publication, 13 Cornhill. n. d. (1868.) 
16mo. pp. 48. [7672 

-Statement and Defence of Congregationalism. 1869. See Healey, 
J. W. 

-Foreign Missions. Cong. Rev. 9: 429. (1869.) [7673 

A review of " Rev. Ruf us Anderson's Foreign Missions, their relations and 
claims.** 

-Celsus. Cong. Rev. 9: 603. (1869.) [7674 

-An Historical Address delivered at the semi-centennial anniversary 
of the Theological Seminary at Bangor, July 27th, 1870. By 
Enoch Pond, D. D., professor of ecclesiastical history. Published 
by request of the alumni and trustees. Cambridge: Welch, 
Bigelow and Company, Printers to the University. 8vo. pp. 16. 

[7675 

FosephusandApion. Meth. Quar. Rev. 52 (4th ser. 22) : 274. (1870.) 

[7676 

Bangor Theological Seminary. Cong. Q. 12:484. (1870.) [7677 

St. Patrick and the Primitive Irish Church. Bib. Sac. 28: 21- 

(1871.) [7678 

Porphyry. Cong. Q. 11: 428. (1871.) [7679 

Socrates. Meth. Quar. Rev. 53 (4th ser. 23): 641. (1871.) [7680 

^The Seals Opened: or, the apocalypse explained. By Rev. Enoch 

Pond, D. D., professor in the Theological Seminary, Bangor. 
Portland: Hoyt, Fogg & Breed. 1871. 12mo. pp. 240. (Port.) 

[7681 



268 BIBLIOGKAFHT OF MAINE. 

Pond, Enoch, D. D., Continued. 

Conversion: its nature and importance. Illustrated by examples 

from real life. By Enoch Pond, D. D., professor in the Theolog- 
ical Seminary, Bangor. Boston: Congregational Publishing So- 
ciety, No. 13 Comhill. (1871 ?) 16mo. pp. 179. [7682 

^History of God^s Church from its Origin to the Present Time. By 

Enoch Pond, D. D., professor in the Theological Seminary, Ban- 
gor, Me. Hartford, Conn.: Published by S. S. Scranton & 
Company. 1871. 8yo. pp. 1066. (Portrait, 4 maps, 21 plates.) 

[7683 

Dr. Uodge and the New England Theology. Bib. Sac. 30: 371. (1873) 

[7684 

^The Day- Year Interpretation. Meth. Quar. Rev. 56 (4th ser. 26): 

116. [7685 

Dr. Burton on Metaphysics. Bib. Sac. 32: 773. (1875.) [7686 

Origin of the Human Race. Bapt. Quar. 9: 102. (1875.) [7687 

^Decretal Epistles. Christ. World. 28: 52. (1877.) [7688 

Thirty Years' War. Meth. Quar. Rev. 59 (4th ser. 29) : 321. (1887.) 

[7689 

^Mohammed and His Religion. Bapt Quar. 11: 322. (1877.) [7690 

Relics. Christ. World. 29: 75. (1878.) [7691 

^Wrentham, Mass. Sketches of its ecclesiastical history. Cong. Q. 

20: 323. (1878.) [7692 

Sketches of the theological history of New England. By Enoch 

Pond, D. D., professor emeritus, Theological Seminary, Bangor. 
Boston: Congregational Publishing Society, Congregational 
House, Beacon Street. 1880. 12mo. pp. 102. [7693 

Memorial Discourse on. 1882. See Harris, Samuel. 

The Autobiography of the Rev. Enoch Pond, D. D. for fifty years 

professor in Bangor Theological Seminary. A memorial of his 

character, work and last years. With an introduction by the 

Rev. Edwin Pond Parker, D. D. 

Wbat mAn is he that desireth life, and loveth many days, that he may see 
good? 

Keep thy tonj^ne from evil, and thy lips from speaking galle. 

Depart from evil and do good; seek peace and parsue it. 

Psalm 34, 12-14. 

Boston: Congregational Sunday-School and Publishing Society. 

Congregational House, Comer Beacon and Somerset Streets, n. d. 

(Copyright, 1883.) 16mo. pp. xiii, 147. (Portrait.) [7694 

Conversations on the Bible: its statements harmonized and mys- 
teries explained. Springfield: C. A. Nichols & Co. 1887. Svo. 
pp. 680. (lUus.) [76»5 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 269 

Pond, Samubl Metcalf. 1777-1849. Lawyer, Bucksport. 

Reports on temperance. 1833-34. See Maine Temperance Society. 

Poole, Henby A. b. 1863, and Poole, George W. b. 1861. Poland. 
History of Poland, illustrated. Embracing a period of over a cen- 
tury. By H. A. A G. W. Poole. Mechanic Falls, Me.: Poole 
Brothers, Publishers. 1890. 8vo. pp. 6, 145. [7696 

PooLE, William Fbbdebick, LL. D. 1821-94. Chicago. 

Bibliography of the Popham Colony. 1866. See Popham Colony. 

Wonder-working Providence of Sion's Saviour in New England. 

(By Captain Edward Johnson, of Woburn, Massachusetts Bay.) 

London 1654. With an historical introduction and an index, by 

William Frederick Poole, librarian of Boston Athenseum. An- 

dover Published by Warren F. Draper 1867. sm. 4to. pp. (6), 

clvi, (6), 265. [7697 

The Introduction, pp. civ, clvi, contains tbe genealogy and descendants 
of Rev. Alfred Johnson, Alfred Johnson, Jr., Ralph Cross Johnson, and 
Horatio Huntington Johnson, all of Belfast, and descendants of Edward 
Johnson, the putative author of the foregoing tract. 

The Popham Colony. No. Am. Rev. 107: 663. (1868.) [7698 

PooK, John Alfred. 1808-71. Lawyer, Portland. 

Memorial to the Legislature of Maine asking for the opening of di- 
rect communication between the principal towns of Maine and 
the St. Lawrence River, January, 1844. 8vo. [7699 

This was followed by articles from Mr. Poor advocating a railway from 
Portland to Montreal, In the Sherbrooke Gazette, 5 Sept. 1844 ; In the Port- 
land Advertiser, 17 Sept. 1844; in the Eastern Argus, 26 Sept. 1S44; and in 
the Portland Bulletin, 26 Sept. 1844. The first two of these are reprinted in 
his Life and Works, pp. 142-146, and 147-153. 

Plan of railroad from Lewiston, Maine to Bangor, and St. John, 

New Brunswick, in connection with the line from Portland to 

Montreal, 1847. See St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railway. 

Plan for a line of railway from Danville Junction to Bangor, and 

St. John, New Brunswick, 1848. See St. Lawrence and Atlantic 
Railway. 

Railroads in Maine. K. Y. Railroad Journal; November 18, 1848. 

[7700 

Railroad Economy: cost of running at high speed. N. Y. Rail- 
road Journal. April 20, 1850. [7701 

Plan for shortening the time of passage between New York and 

London. Published by order of the Legislature of Maine. 
Portland: Harmon & Williams, Printers. 1850. 8vo. pp. 24. 
(Folding map.) [7702 

^The same. In Life and Writings, pp. 154-175. 

Proceedings of Portland convention, etc. European and North 

American Railway. Portland: 1850. 8vo. pp. 156. [7708 



270 BIBUOQBAPHY OF MAINE. 

PooB, John Alfbsb, Continued. 

^Prospectus of the European and North American Railway Company. 

Portland: 1851. 8yo. pp. 32. [7704 

Petition to the Legislature of Massachusetts for aid to the European 

and North American Railway. 1851. Svo. pp. 8. [7705 

^Remarks of John A. Poor upon the European and North American 

Railway, at the City Hall, Portland, at a general meeting, July 
22, 1851, in opposition to Hon. Joseph Howe, of Nova Scotia. 
1851. 8vo. pp. 8. [7706 

^Memorial to the Thirty-first Legislature of Maine in relation to the 

European and North American Railway for shortening the transit 
of mails between New York and London. 1852. 8yo. pp. 16. 

[7707 

Memorial to the Congress of the United States for aid to the 

European and North American Railway. January 20, 1852. 8vo. 
pp. 16. [7708 

Report of the directors of the York and Cumberland Railroad 

Company. 1852. 8vo. pp. 8. [7709 

^Railroad Convention to unite the various railroad interests in 

Maine to better aid the building the European and North 
American Railway. Oct. 14, 1852. 8vo. pp. 16. [7710 

Documents in relation to the disposition of the public lands of 

Maine. 1853. 8vo. pp. 30. [7711 

Memorial of the executive committee of the European and North 

American Railway Company to the Legislature of Maine, for 
amendment of its charter and for State aid; containing a histori- 
cal sketch of the State, and suggesting immigration. 1853. 8vo. 
pp. 24. [7712 

Plan for building the European and North American Railway in 

Maine. 1853. 8vo. pp. 4. [7713 

Memorial to the Thirty-third Legislature of Maine: a petition of 

the president and directors of the European and North American 
Railway Company. 1854. 8vo. pp. 8. [7714 

The Paris Exhibition. 1854. 8vo. pp. 8. [7715 

Petition to the Parliament of Canada for a charter for the Northern 

Pacific Railway Company. Quebec: Lovell & Lamoureux. 1854. 
8vo. pp. 8. [7716 

^The same. Portland: Ira Berry. 1854. 8vo. pp. 8. [7717 

Commercial, Railway and Shipbuilding Statistics of the city of 

Portland, and the state of Maine. Prepared to accompany the 
second report of the commissioners on Portland harbor, by John 
A. Poor. Portland: David Tucker, Printer. 8vo. pp.50. (£ngr. 
and map.) [7718 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 271 

-Thirty-sixth Lep^slature. House No. 42. Memorial of John A. 
Poor, Samuel P. Shaw, John M. Wood and others, asking that 
means may he adopted to promote the settlement and sale of the 
public lands of Maine. Augusta: Stevens <& Blaine, Printers to 
the State. 1867. 8vo. pp. 11, (1). [7719 

-Thirty-seventh Legislature. House. No. 4. Memorial of the Maine 
State Agricultural Society, for the settlement and sale of the 
public lands of Maine. Stevens & Sayward, Printers to the State. 
n. p. (Augusta.) n. d. (1858.) 8vo. pp. 26. [7720 

-Memorial to the Congress of the United States of the Board of 
Trade of Portland, Maine, for the extension of the reciprocity 
treaty. Senate Document. 1859. 8vo. pp. 4. [7721 

-Memorial of John A. Poor in behalf of the European and North 
American Railway Co., and for a state policy favorable to immigra- 
tion, and the encouragement of manufactures. 1861. Printed 
by order of the Senate. Augusta: Stevens <& Sayward, Printers 
to the State. 1861. 8vo. pp. 51, (1). [7722 

-Report to the Legislature of Maine, of minority of committee on 
railways, in favor of a tioink line of railway across the state; and 
the granting of the public lands of Maine to aid its construction 
from Bangor to the eastern boundary of the state. 1860. 8vo. 
pp. 22. [7728 

-English Colonization in America. A vindication of the claims of 
Sir Ferdinando Gorges, as the father of English colonization in 
America. By John A. Poor. (Delivered before the Historical 
Societies of Maine and New York.) New York: D. Appleton <& 
Company, 443 and 445 Broadway. London, 16 Little Britain. 
MDCCCLXII. 8vo. pp. 144. [7724 

UBoally boand with ** Memorial Volume of the Fopham Celebration." 

-Report to the Legislature of Maine of commissioners on the coast 
defences of Maine, and documents relating thereto, in favor of 
building the European and North American Railway as a military 
railroad. 1862. 8vo. pp. 16. [7725 

-Defences of Maine. (Privately printed, for convenience in reading.) 
Letter to Hon. E. M. Stanton, secretary of war, proposing to 
build the European and North American Railway as a military 
railroad. 1862. 8vo. pp. 26. [7726 

-The National Finances: Letter to Congress, with statistics, n. t. p. 
1862. 8vo. pp. 8. [7727 

-Documentary History of Maine. Memorial to the Legislature of 
Maine for procuring papers from the British State-Paper Office 
in regard to the early history of Maine. 1862. 8vo. pp. 4. [7728 

-The same. Report of committee on education. Thirty-first Legis- 
lature. Senate. No. 17. 1863. 



272 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

PooB, John Alfbed, Continued. 

^The First Colonization of New England. An address, delivered at 

the erection of a monumental stone in the walls of Fort Popham, 
Aug. 29th, 1862, commemorative of the planting of the Popham 
colony on the peninsula of Sabino, Aug. 19th, O. S. 1G07, estab- 
lishing the title of England to the colonies. By John A. Poor. New 
York: Anson D. F. Randolph, Publisher and Bookseller, 68S 
Broadway, Cor. of Amity Street. 1863. 8vo. pp. 58. (Map.) [7729 

The same, in Memorial Volume of the Popham Celebration, 1863. 

See Ballard, Edward. 

Substance of an Oration. By Hon. John A. Poor. Hist Mag. 7: 9. 

(1863.) [7730 

Report to the Legislature of Maine on the coast defences, with 

documents in favor of building the European and North American 
Railway as a military railroad. 1863. 8vo. pp. 50, (1). [7731 

Memoir of Mrs. Mary Ban*. Printed for private distribution. Cin- 
cinnati: Cincinnati Gazette Company Print, comer of Fourth 
and Vine. January, 1863. 8vo. pp. 10. [7732 

Memoir of Hon. Ruel Williams. Prepared for the Maine Historical 

Society. Read at a special meeting in Augusta, February, 1863. 
Privately printed. (Brunswick.) 1864. 8vo. pp. 66. (Port.) 

[7733 

The same. Maine Hist. Soc. Coll. 8:335. (1881.) [7734 

The Future of North America: A letter to the Chicago ship-canal 

convention suggesting a Zoll-verein with Canada. 1863. 8vo. pp. 4. 

[7736 
The same. See National Ship-canal Convention. 

Memorial to the Legislature of Maine asking aid to the European 

and North American Railway by a grant of the public lands 
lying on the Penobscot and St. John waters; and of the claims of 
Maine against the United States Government held jointly with 
Massachusetts. 1864. 8vo. pp. 4. [7736 

Report to the Legislature of Maine, of the joint standing committee 

on frontier and coast defences, with bills and resolves in aid of 
the European and North American Railway. Augusta: 1864. 
8vo. pp. 24. [7787 

Written by Mr. Poor, but signed by the cbAirnuin of the committee. 

^Report of special committe of House of Representatives at Wash- 
ington on northeastern defences, with documents; in favor of 
building the European and North American Railway as a com- 
pensation to Maine for her territory sacrificed in running the 
line of the northeastern boundary. Washington: 1864. 8vo. pp. 82. 

[7738 
Although the report, pp. 1-32, is signed by Mr. John H. Rice, of Maine, 
chairman of the committee, it was written by Mr. Poor. 



filBLIOGRAFHY OF MAINE. 273 

-The same. In Life and Writings, pp. 176-210. See Poor, Laura E. 

-Prospectus of the European and North American Railway. Clayton 
& Medole, Printers, 4 Thames Street, Trinity Building, N. Y. 
n. p. (1864.) 8vo. pp. 68. [7739 

-Memorial to the Legislature of Massachusetts asking an assign- 
ment of the claim held jointly with Maine against the United 
States; a discharge of the debt due from Maine on account of 
the purchase of the public lands, and a loan of state credit. 
1866. 8vo. pp. 4. [7740 

-Memorial to the governor of Massachusetts asking an exchange of 
State of Maine bonds ; statement of facts. 1865. [7741 

-No Restriction on Railway Transit. Argument of John A. Poor, 
before the joint standing committee on railroads, ways and 
bridges; Messrs. Manson of Penobscot, Woodman of Cumberland, 
Chase of Oxford, of the Senate; Messrs. Patten of Bath, Little 
of Auburn, W illiams of Augusta, Wilson of Rockland, Cram of 
Portland, Ellis of Canton, Holyoke of Brewer, of the House, 
for authority to extend a broad guage track of the railway from 
Portland to Boston. Delivered in the Senate chamber of Maine, 
Feb. 14, 1865. Bangor: David Bugbee <& Co. 1865. 8vo. pp. 75. 

[7742 

-Senate, 39th Congress, 1st session. Misc. Doc. No. 13. Memorial 
of the European and North American Railway Company of Maine 
to the Congress of the United States, praying aid in constructing 
a military road from Bangor to the St. John River, n. t p. (1865.) 
8vo. pp. 38. (Map.) [7743 

-Memorial of the European and North American Railway to the 
Legislature of Massachusetts for State aid, with documents. 
1866. 8vo. pp. 42. [7744 

-Report and Resolves in relation to the confederation of the British 
North American provinces. Maine Legislature. Senate Docu- 
ment No. 87. 1867. 8vo. pp. 8. [7745 

-The Railway. Remarks at Belfast, Maine. July 4, 1867. By John 
A. Poor. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 110 Washington 
Street. 1867. 8vo. pp. 61. [7746 

-Report of the commissioners of the hydrographic survey of the 
State of Maine. 1867. Augusta: Owen & Nash, Printers to 
State. 1868. 8vo. pp. 30. [7747 

-Across the Continent: Atlantic and Pacific Railway; Portland and 

Rutland Railroad. Official record of the corporators, April 30, 

1868. Portland: Brown Thurston <& Company. 1868. 8vo. pp. 

69. [7748 

19* 



274 BIBLIOOBAPHT OF MAINE. 

PooB, JoHV Alfred, Continued. 

^Proceedings of the International Commercial Convention, held in 

the city of Portland, Me., Aagust 4th, 1868. Reported by J. M. 

W. Terrington. Portland: B. Thurston A Company, Printers. 

1868. 8vo. pp. 160. [7740 

Prospectus of the Portland and Rutland Railway. 1868. 8yo. pp. 

4. [7750 

^Report for the Social Science Society of general statistics in regard 

to Maine. 1869. 8vo. pp. 8. [7751 

^The Trans-Continental Railway. Remarks at Rutland, Vermont, 

June 24, 1869. By John A. Poor. Portland: Printed by B. 
Thurston A Co. 1869. 8vo. pp. 77. [7752 

—Remarks at Waterville, Maine, at a special meeting of the stock- 
holders of the Maine Central Railway Company, May 81, 1870. 
8vo. pp. 50. [7753 

Memorial to the Congress of the United States, for aid to the Port- 
land, Rutland, Oswego and Chicago Railway; with a bill to secure 
cheap transportation of breadstuffs and provisions from the West 
to the seaboard, at uniform rates throughout the year, accompan- 
ing the same. January 19, 1871. [7754 

First Annual Report of the directors of the Portland, Rutland, 

Oswego and Chicago Railway Company, July 26, 1871. 8vo. pp. 
58. [7755 

Memoir. (With portrait) 1872. 8ee Tuttle, Charles W. 

^Life and Writings of. 1891. See Poor, Laura Elizabeth. 

PooB, Miss Lauba Elizabeth, d. 1896. New York. 

The First International Railway and the Colonization of New Eng- 
land. Life and writings of John Alfred Poor. Edited by Laura 
Elizabeth Poor. 

** Peace hath her victories 
No less renowned than war.*' 

G. P. Putnam's Sons New York 27 West Twenty-third Street. 
London: 24 Bedford Street, Strand. The Knickerbocker Press. 
1892. (Copyright, 1889.) 8vo. pp. (5), 400. [7756 

Pope, Axexandbb. 1688-1714. English poet 

An Essay on Man, in foar epistles to H. St. John, Lord Broling- 
broke. To which is added. The Universal Prayer. By Alexander 
Pope, Esquire. Bath: Printed by J. 6. Torrey, for Henry Hyde. 
1822. 12mo. pp. 48. [7757 

The same. Gardiner. 1824. 12mo. pp. 36. [7758 

^— The same. With notes. 1824. 1839. See Clarke, Daniel. 



BIBLIOGBAPHY OF MAINE. 275 

Pope, Ghables Henby. b. 1841. Clergyman, Farmington, Eenne- 

bunkport. 

Solar Enginery. Charles H. Pope. n. p. (Farmington) n. d. (1883.) 

8vo. pp. 12. [7769 

The author claims that " the use of sun-heat as a motive power is to-day 
exactly where the artof^iteam enginery was when Fulton set sail up the 
Hudson in 1807." Lit. Wdt., May 19, 1883. 

The Rendezvous of the Dorchester Church Colony. N. E. Reg. 

42:408. (1883.) (lUus.) [7760 

Pope, Joseph. 1778-1852. Lawyer, Portland, 1802-52. 

An Oration delivered before the Maine Charitable Mechanic Asso- 
ciation, on their first anniversary, June 14, 1816. By Joseph 
Pope, Esq. Portland: Printed and published by Francis Douglas, 
n. d. (1816.) 8vo. pp. 16. [7761 

At the close is an ode by Mr. J. Woodman. 

PoPHAH Colony. 1607. 

Draught of St. George Fort. 1607. See Brown, Alexander. 

^Note on same, by Charles Deane. (1800.) See Brown, Alexander. 

Letter from, to King James I. 1607. See Popham, George. 

^Account of. (1618 ?) See Strachey, William. 

^Fort St. Greorge; or the ancient dominions of New England. 

Knick. 16:308. (1840.) [7762 

Signed " P. 8. " 

Substance of an oration upon. 1862. See Poor, John A. 

Oration at anniversary of. 1862. See Poor, John A. 

Colonial Schemes of Popham and Gorges. 1862. See Thornton, 

John Wingate. 

^The Popham Celebration. 1862. See Bourne, Edward E. 

Memorial Volume of the Popham celebration. 1862. See Ballard, 

Edward. 

^Discourse on '^ The Beginning of America. *' 1863. 5ee Benedict, 

Erastus C. 

^The Fort Popham Celebration. 1863. See Goodale, Abner C, Jr. 

Popham Celebration. N. E. Reg. 17: 87. (1863.) [7763 

Connection of the Church of England with Early American Discov- 
ery. (1863.) See Perry, William Stevens. 

Settlement of Maine by George Popham. (Poem.) 1863. See Sig- 

oumey, Mrs. Lydia H. 

Address at celebration. 1863. See Folsom, George. 

^Address on character of the colony. 1864. See Bourne, Edward E. 

The Popham Celebration. Hist. Mag. 9: 358. (1865.) [7764 



276 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

PoPHAK GoLOiTY, Continued. 

^Address in commemoration of, on the responsibilities of the found- 
ers of republics. 1865. See Patterson, James W. 

Remarks on the Popham celebration. 1865. See Haven, Samuel F. 

^The Popham Colony. A discussion of its historical claims with a 

bibliography of the subject. (Monogram, W. A L.) Boston 
J. K. Wiggin A Lunt, 13 School Street 1866. 8yo. pp. 72. [7765 
Biblloicraphy by WiUUm Frederick Poole, pp. 65-72. 
Reviewed in Hf st. Mag. 2d ser. 1 : 181. (1867.) 
Critical notice In No. Am. Rev. 107: 663. (1868.) 
The Popham Colony of 1607. (1866.) See Dawson, Henry B. 

The Popham Colony on the Kennebec. (1867.) See Higginson, 

Thomas W. 

First Christian Worship in New England at (1867.) See Quint, A. H. 

The same. (1867.) See Bourne, Edward E. 

The same. Cong. Quar. 0: 275. (1867.) [7766 

A Letter from near Fort Popham. 1867. See Haven, Samuel F. 

The Popham Colony. (1868.) See Poole, William F. 

First Christian Worship in New Ent^land. In re Bourne versus 

Cushman. A review of Judge Bourne* s article on the subject. 

Hist. Mag. 2d ser. 5: 112. (1869.) [7767 

Settlement of Maine, by Popham. (1870.) See Poor, John A. 

Popham*s Town of Fort St. George. (1876.) See Sewall, Rufus K. 

Notes on authorities concerning. (1877.) See Virginia. 

The 273d Anniversary of Sagadahoc. 1880. See DeCosta, B. F. 



^The 275th Anniversary of the landing at Kennebec. 1882. See 

DeCosta, B. F. 
Rival Views concerning, and literary history of. 1884. See Winsor, 

Justin. 

Popham, Geoboe. 1550(?)-1608. Colonist. 

A Letter from George Popham, president of the Sagadahock 

colony, to King James I. Dated Dec. 13, 1607. With introductory 

remarks by William Willis. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 5:341. (1857.) 

[7768 
The same. Popham memorial volume, 223; also in Brown, Alexander, 
Genesis of U. S., 1 : 146. A fac-simile is given in Baxter's Gorges. 

PoBTEB. Incorporated 1807. 

History of. 1879. See Moulton, Thomas. 

PoBTEB, Benjabcin Jones. 1763-1847. Camden. 

Memorial of. 1873. See Drake, Francis S. 
PoBTEB, Bybon, M. D. 1802-71. Physician, Waterville. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1871. See Porter, P. C. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 277 

PoBTEB, Chablss Gbssnleaf. 1813-76. Clergyman, Houlton, Bangor. 
In Memoriam. 1876. See Hazelwood, F. T. 

POBTBB, DbBOBAH H. 

Memoir of. 1848. See Drinkwater, Anne T. 

PoBTBB, EBEinszEB, D. D. 1772-1832. President Theological Semi- 
nary, Andover, Mass. 
A Sermon preached Sept. 20, 1810, at the ordination of the Rev. 
Thomas J. Murdock, in Portland. By Ebenezer Porter, D. D., 
Bartlet prof, of sacred rhetoric in Theol. Seminary, Andover. 
Andover: Published by Flagg A Gould. 1810. 8vo. pp. 24. [7760 

The Rhetorical Reader: consisting of instructions for regulating 

the voice, with a rhetorical notation, illustrating inflection, 

emphasis and modulation; and a course of rhetorical exercises. 

Designed for the use of academies and high-schools. By Ebenezer 

Porter, D. D., late president of the Theological Seminary, 

Andover. Eighteenth edition, with an appendix. Waterville, 

Me. E. Davis and Company. Andover: Gould & Newman, 1836. 

12mo. pp. 304. [7770 

It U doubtful If this was printed or published in Waterville. A custom 
once prevailed of placing the name of any bookseller who purchased a 
certain number of copies of a schoolbook, upon their title-page. 

POBTSB Family (A). Bang. H. M. 1 : 50. (1885.) [7771 

PoBTEB Families in Maine. 1875. See Porter, Joseph W. 

PoBTEB, John. 1506-1676. Hingham, Salem, Mass. 

Genealogy and Descendants of. 1878. See Porter, Joseph W. 

PoBTEB, Joseph. 1800-78. Lowell. 

Notice of. N. E. Reg. 32: 260. (1878.) [7772 

PoBTEB, Joseph Whitcomb. 6. Milton, Mass., 1824. r. Bangor. 

Porter Families in Maine. Me. Biog. 1 : 45. (1875.) [7773 

Some Early Settlers in Massachusetts. Me. Biog. 2:18. (1876.) 

[7774 

Notes on the Eddy Family. Me. Biog. 2:113. (1876.) [7776 

^Ancestry of Admiral Porter. N. E. Reg. 30: 460. (1876.) [7776 

Memoir of Col. Jonathan Eddy, of Eddington, Maine, with some 

account of the Eddy family, and of the early settlers on Penoh- 
scot River. By Joseph W. Porter, Burlington, Me. Augusta: 
Sprague, Owen & Nash, Printers. 1877. 8vo. pp. 72. [7777 

^A Genealogy of the descendants of Richard Porter, who settled at 

Weymouth, Mass., 1635, and allied families: also, some account of 
the descendants of John Porter, who settled at Hingham, Mass., 
1685, and Salem, (Danvers) Mass., 1644. By Joseph W. Porter, 
Burlington, Maine, member of the New England Historic Genea- 



278 BJBLIOOBAPHY OF MAINE. 

PoBTBB, Joseph Whitcomb, Continued. 

logical Society; of the Maine Genealogical and BiograpUical So- 
ciety; and of the Maine Historical Society. Bangor: Burr & 
Robinson, Printers. 1878. 8yo. pp. 344. [7778 

The Bangor Historical Magazine. Yolnme I. July, 1885,-June 

1886. Joseph W. Porter, editor and publisher. Bangor, Maine. 
Benjamin A. Burr, Printer. 1885-86. 8vo. pp. yiii, 218. (1 port.) 

[7779 

^The same. Vol. II. July, 18d6-June, 1887. 8to. pp. ix, 244. 

(1 port) [7780 

The same. Vol. III. July. 1887-June, 1888. 8yo. pp. x, 240. 

(1 port.) [7781 

^The same. Vol. IV. July, 1888-June, 1889. 8vo. pp. viii, 244. 

[7782 

^The same. Vol. V. July, 188^June, 1890. 8vo. pp. 243. (1.) 

[7783 

^The same. Vol. VI. July, 1890.-June, 1891. 8vo. pp. vii, 300. 

Appendix. [7784 

History Maine State Prison, pp. 1-16. 

Early Settlement of Bangor. Bang. H. M. 1 : 2. (1885.) [7785 

The Municipal History of Bangor. Bang. H. M. 1: 4. (1886.) 

[7786 
Carr Family. Bang. H. M. 1:9. (1885.) [7787 

Billings Family. Bang. H. M. 1: 13. (1885.) [7788 

The Wholesale Boot and Shoe Trade. Founded by a late citizen of 

Bangor. Bang. H. M. 1 : 21. (1885.) [7789 

Ancient Land Grants east of Penobscot River. (No. 1.) Bang. H. 

M. 1 : 29. (1885.) [7790 

Ancient Land Grants east of Penobscot River. (No. 2.) Bingham^ s 

Penobscot Purchase. Bang. H. M. 1 : 33. (1885.) [7791 

Oliver Leonard. Bang. H. M. 1: 41. (1885.) [7792 

A Porter Family. Bang. H. M. 1 : 59. (1885.) [7793 

Talbot Family. Stoughton, Mass., East Machias, Me. Bang. H. M. 

1 : 73. (1885.) [7794 

Pendleton Family, Stonington, Conn., Searsportandlslesboro', Me. 

Bang. H. M. 1 : 92. (1885.) [7795 

The Loyalists at Penobscot. Bang. H. M. 1 : 97. (1885.) [7796 

History of the Maine State Prison. 1886. See State Prison, Me. 

Pub. Doc, also Bang. H. M. 6: Appendix. 

^The First Settlers in Bangor and their lots. Bang. H. M. 1: 119. 

(1886.) [7797 

Hon. William D. Williamson, of Bangor, Me., Bang. H. M. 1: 124. 

(1886.) [7798 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 279 



/ 



-Col. John Brewer, of Brewer, and family. Bang. H. M. 1:131. 

(1886.) [7799 

-Copeland Family, Holden, Maine. Bang. H. M. 1 : 137. (1886.) 

[7800 
-The First Congregational Church and Ministers on the Penobscot 

River. Bang. H. M. 1:138. (1886.) [7801 

-Dr. William Crawford, of Fort Pownall, now Fort Point, Penobscot 
Bay. Bang. H. M. 1: 144. (1886.) [7802 

-Brooks Family, Orrington. Bang. H. M. 1:154. (1886.) [7803 

-Long Island— Islesboro'. Bang. H. M. 1: 167. i[1886.) [7804 

-Land Grants in Eastport and Lubec, to original settlers. Bang. H. 
M. 1:173. (1886.) [7805 

-Mount Desert Island. Bang. H. M. 1: 179. (1886.) [7806 

-The Maine Central Railroad Company, and its system. Bang. H. M. 
1 : 192. (1886.) [7807 

-An Account of the Peters family, Maine branch. Bang. H. M. 
1 : 200. (1886.) Corrections and additions, 3: 240. (1888.) [7808 
Portrait and autograph of Chief Justice John A. Peters. 

-Early Settlements of Penobscot River, now Orono, Milford, Argyle, 
Bradley. Bang. H. M. 1 : 206. (1886.) [7809 

-Hammond Family, of Newton, Mass., and Bangor, Maine. Bang. H. 
M. 1:211. (1886.) [7810 

-Town of Hampden, No. 1, first range north of Waldo Patent. 
Bang. H. M. 2:25. (1886.) [7811 

-Col. Josiah Brewer, Jr. Bang. H. M. 2:42. (1886.) [7S12 

-Dr. John Herbert. Bang. H. M. 2:43. (1886.) [7813 

-Deacon George W. Brown of Bangor. Bang. H. M. 2:43. (1886.) 

[7814 
-Col. Gabriel Johonnot, (Castine.) Bang. H. M. 2: 55. (1886.) [7815 

Rev. Samuel Veazie and family, of Duzbury and Hull, Mass., and 
Harpswell. Bang. H. M. 2:70. (1886.) [7816 

•The De Gr^goire Grant of Mount Desert Island, and what is now 
Ellsworth, Hancock, Trenton and Lamoine. Bang. H. M. 2:81. 
(1886.) [7817 

-Major Robert Treat, of Bangor. Bang. H. M. 2: 85. (1886.) [7818 

-Simon Crosby and family. Bang. H. M. 2:105. (1886.) [7819 

-Benjamin Bowers, of Lowell. Bang. H. M. 2: 119. (1886.) [7820 

-Hewes Family, of Islesboro. Bang. H. M. 2: 120. (1886.) [7821 

-The Aroostook War, and the volunteer troops therein. Bang. H. 
M. 2:121. (1886.) [7822 

-Hon. John Godfrey, of Bangor. Bang. H. M. 2: 188. (1887.) [7823 

-Ancient Nornmbega. Bang. H. M. 2: 184. (1887.) [7824 



280 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

PoBTEB, J08BPH Whitcomb, Continued. 

Barstow Family. Wrentham, Mass., Orrington and Brewer. Bang. 

H.M. 2:135. (1887.) [7825 

Frees Family, of Orono. Bang. H. M. 2: 144. (1887.) [7826 

The State House, Augusta. Bang. H. M. 2: 145. (1887.) [7827 

Doctor and Deacon Elisha Skinner, of Orrington, now Brewer. 

Bang. H. M. 2: 156. (1887.) [7828 
Col. and Dr. Phineas Nevers, the second physician in Bangor. 

Bang. H. M. 2:161. (1887.) [7829 

Caleb C. Billings, of Bangor. Bang. H. M. 2: 164. (1887.) [7830 

Hancock County Lawyers. Bang. H. M. 2: 173. (1887.) [7831 

Joseph Junin, of Bangor. Bang. H. M. 2: 176. (1887.) [7832 

Doctor Hosea Rich, of Bangor. Bang. H. M. 2: 191. (1887.) [7833 

Hamlin Family. Bang. H. M. 2:192. (1887.) [7834 

The Voyage of Capt. George Way mouth to the coast of Maine in 

1605. Bang. H.M. 2:205. (1887.) [7835 

Hon. Samuel Thatcher and family, of Warren and Bangor. Bang. 

H. M. 2:220. (1887.) [7836 

Brown Family. Concord, Mfws. — Bangor, Maine. Bang. H. M. 

2: 224. (1887). [7837 

The First European Settlement in New England. Bang. H. M. 

2: 225. (1887). [7838 

Honorable Isaac Parker, of Castine, Penobscot. Bang. H. M. 2 : 234. 

(1887.) [7889 

Rev. William Mason, of Castine. Bang. H. M. 2: 238. (1887.) 

[7840 
Penobscot County. Bang. H. M. 2: 241. (1887.) [7841 

Isle Haute Papers. Bang. H. M. 3: 1. (1887.) [7842 

Rev. John Strickland and family, of Turner and Andover, Maine. 

Bang. H. M. 3: 8. (1887.) [7843 
Lieut. Governor Bobbins, the founder of Robbinston, Maine. Bang. 

H. M. 3: 13. (1887.) [7844 

An Account of Houlton, Maine. Bang. H. M. 3: 14. (1887.) [7845 

Burnt Coat or Swan's Island and other islands contiguous thereto. 

Bang. H. M. 3: 21. (1887.) [7846 

Joshua Hathaway of Passadumkeag. Bang. H. M. 2: 28. (1887.) 

[7847 

Samuel Webb and family, of Weymouth, Mass., Windham, and 

Deer Isle. Bang. H. M. 3: 29. (1887.) [7848 

Arrowsic Island. Bang. H. M. 3: 41. (1887.) [7849 

^Arrest and Trial of Joseph Inman of Orono, for murder in 1801. 

Bang. H. M. 3: 54. (1887.) [7850 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 281 

>Jone8 Family of Holden, Me. Bang. H. M. 3: 57. (1887.) [7861 

-Oliver Doane, of Orrington, Me. Bapg. H. M. 8: 65. (1887.) [7862 

-Rev. Seth Noble, the first minister of Bangor. Bang. H. M. 3: 66. 
(1887.) [7863 

-Ancient Pentagoet — Pentacost, and Way mouth's River of 1604. 
Bang. H. M. 3: 74. (1887.) [7854 

-Winchester Family of Holden, Maine. Baner. H. M. 3: 76. (1887.) 

[7855 
-Park Holland and family. Bang. H. M. 3: 84. (1887.) [7866 

-Capt Charles Burr, of Brewer. Bang. H. M. 3: 87. (1887.) [7867 

-Capt James Budge, of Bangor. Bang. H. M. 3: 88. (1887.) [7868 

-Phineas Bruce, the first lawyer in Washington County. 1790. 
Bang. H. M. 3: 91. (1887.) [7869 

-Eastern Registry of Deeds for Lincoln County, at Machias, Me. 
Bang. H. M. 3: 99. (1887.) [7860 

-The First Congregational Church and Society in Bangor, Maine. 
Bang. H. M. 3: 101. (1887.) [7861 

-Smuggling in Maine in 1813. Bang. H. M. 3:106. (1887.) [7862 

-Hathom Family, of Bangor. Bang. H. M. 3: 116. (1887.) [7863 

-Pownalborough and Lincoln County. Bang. H. M. 3: 121. (1888.) 

[7864 

-Hon. Allen Oilman, first mayor of Bangor. Bang. H. M. 3:128. 

(1888.) [7866 

-Jacob Bussell, the first white settler in Bangor. Bang. H. M. 3: 136. 
(1888.) [7866 

-Daniel P. Upton, of Eastport, 1800. Bang. H. M. 3: 139. (1888.) 

[7867 
-The Island of Monhegan. Bang. H. M. 3: 141. (1888.) [7868 

-An Account of the first Congregational church and parish in the 
town of Penobscot, Maine. Bang. H. M. 3: 145. (1888.) [7869 



Col. Samuel Dutton and family, and Samuel £. Dutton and family. 

Bang. H. M. 3:161. (1888.) [7870 

Capt. Thomas Campbell and family, of Orrington (Brewer), and 

collateral families of Bradley, Wilkins, Bridgham and Bean. 
Bang. H. M. 3:189. (1888.) [7871 

Hon. Simeon Stetson, of Hampden. Bang. H. M. 3: 184. (1888.) 

[7872 
Chief Justice Isaac Parker. Bang. H. M. 3: 186. (1888.) [7873 

^Doctor Kendall £[itteredge, of Mount Desert, and his family. Bang. 

H. M. 3:198. (1888.) [7874 

Capt. John Harlow, of Bangor, and family Bang. H. M. 3: 199. 

(1888.) [7876 



282 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF liAINE. 

PoBTBB, Joseph Whitcoiib, Continued. 

Smuggling in Maine during the War of 1812. Bang. H. M. 3: 201. 

(1888.) [7876 

Presbyterianism in Maine, prior to 1780. Bang. H. M. 3: 205. 

(1888.) [7877 

^Rev. James Lyon, of Machias. Bang. H. M. 3: 209. (1888.) [7878 

John Dickinson, of Machias. Bang. H. M. 3: 219. (1888.) [7879 

Morris O^Brien and family, of Scarborough and Machias. Bang. H. 

M. 3:221. (1888.) [7880 
John Bennock and family, of Orono, Maine. Bang. H. M. 3: 236. 

(1888.) [7881 
Memoir of General Dayid Cobb and family, of Gouldsborough, 

Maine, and Taunton, Mass. Bang. H. M. 4: 1. (1888.) (Port 

and autograph.) [7882 
The same. In separate form. Bangor: Benjamin A. Burr, Printer. 

1888. 8vo. pp. 8. [7883 

Mansell Family on Penobscot lUver. Bang. H. M. 4: 9. (1888.) 

[7884 

Abner Taylor and family, of Bangor. Bang. H. M. 4: 16. (1888.) 

[7885 

Rev. Enoch Mudge, of Orrington. Bang. H. M. 4: 18. (1888.) 

[7886 
Capt. Israel Snow, of Bangor, and family. Bang.'H. M. 4:19. 

(1888.) [7887 
Capt. William Forbes and family, of Bangor. Bang. H. M. 4: 20. 

(1888.) [7888 

Capt. William Tibbetts, Senior, and family. Bang. H. M. 4: 21. 

(1888.) [7889 

^David W. Haynes, of Bangor and Edinburg, and his family. Bang. 

H. M. 4:21. (1888.) [7890 

The Cranberry Islands. Bang. H. M. 4:22. (1888.) [7891 

John Marsh, Jr., of Orono, Me. Bang. H. M. 4: 35. (1888.) [7892 

Memoir of Col. Jonathan Eddy, of Eddington, Maine. Bang. H. M. 

4:41. (1888.) [7893 

The First Meeting House at Wiscasset Bang. H. M. 4: 54. (1888.) 

[7894 
Hon. Stephen Jones, of Machias, Bang. H. M. 4: 55. (1888.) [7895 

Col. John Black and family, of Ellsworth, Me. Bang. H. M. 4: 61. 

(1888.) (Port, and autograph.) [7896 

Greorge B. Brimmer and family, of Ellsworth. Bang. H. M. 4: 73. 

(1888.) [7897 

^Rey. John Urquhart, of Union Riyer, now Ellsworth and Surry. 

1784. Bang. H. M. 4:77. (1888.) [7898 



BIBLIOGRAPHT OF MAINE. 283 



-Samoset, Lord of Monhegan and Pemaquid. Bang. H. M. 4: 81. 
(1888.) [7899 

-Spragne Family — Islesborough, Maine. Bang. H. M. 4: 90. (1888.) 

[7900 

-Bradford Harlow and family, of Bangor. Bang. H. M. 4: 99. (1888.) 

[7901 

-Nathaniel Harlow, of Bangor. Bang. H. M. 4: 98. (1888.) [7902 

-The First Congregational Church and Minister in Ellsworth. Bang. 
H. M. 4:90. (1888.) [7908 

-Shubael WilliamB, of Islesborough. Bang. H. M. 4: 114. (1888.) 

[7904 

-Andrew Webster and family, of Bangor and Orono. Bang. H. M. 

4: 121. (1889.) [7905 

-Solomon Comstock and family of Edinburg and Argyle, Maine. 
Bang.H. M. 4:125. (1889.) [7906 

-Presidential Electors in the District of Maine When it was a Part 
of Massachusetts. Bang. H. M. 4: 127. (1889.) [7907 

-Thomas Nickerson, Jr., and family, of Orrington and Readfield, 
Me. Bang. H.M. 4: 158. (1889.) [7908 

-Cromwell's Grant of Acadia. 1656. Bang. H. M. 4: 161. (1889.) 

[7909 

-Stephen Messer, of Blue Hill and Lowell, Maine. Bang. H. M. 

4: 161. (1889.) [7910 

-Hon. Thomas Rice, of Pownalborough, now Wiscasset, Maine, and 
family. Bang. H. M. 4: 165. (1889.) [7911 

-Joshua Treat, the pioneer settler on Penobscot River, at Bangor. 
Bang. H. M. 4: 169, 200. (1889.) [7912 

-The First Saw Mill on the Kenduskeag River, at Bangor. Bang. H. 
M. 4: 198. (1889.) [7913 

-Capt. George Waymouth's Pond, discovered on the coast of Maine, 
1605. Bang. H. M. 4: 201. (1889.) [7914 

-Union River. Bang. H. M. 4: 207. (1889.) [7915 

-Zadock French, of Bangor. Bang. H. M. 4: 208. (1889.) [7916 

-Early Settlers in Orrington, Maine. Bang. H. M. 4: 211, 236, 5:4. 
(1889.) [7917 

-The First Printer in Bangor. Bang. H. M. 4: 285. (1889.) [7818 

A sketch of Peter Edes. 
-Senators from Penobscot County from 1820 to the incorporation of 
Piscataquis County, March 23, 1838. Bang. H. M. 5: 21. (1889.) 

[7919 

-Crocker, Stillman, Hillard and Bowles Families of Machias, Me. 
Bang. H. M. 5: 27. (1889.) [7920 

Addenda by Peter E. Vose, Bang. H. M. 6: 68. (1889.) 



284 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

PoBTBB, Joseph Whitcohb, Continued. 

^Thomas S. Sparhawk, of Bucksport Bang. H. M. 5: 29. (1889.) 

[7921 

^Deed of Joshua Eayres to William Crawford, 1771, Early settle- 
ments east of Penobscot RWer. Bang. H. M. 5:32. (1889.) 

[7922 
Of land in Penobscot. 

Sketch of Archibald Little, of Newcastle. Bang. H. H. 6: 34. (1889.) 

[7923 
^Isaac Lincoln, of Bristol, Me. Bang. H. M. 5: 38. (1889.) [7924 

Customs Officers at Castine and Ellsworth. (1789.) Bang. H. M. 

5 : 39. (1889.) [7925 

Elder Thomas Ames, of Islesborough. Bang. H. M. 5: 43. (1889.) 

[7926 

^Eames Family of Islesborough. Bang. H. M. 5: 47. (1889.) [7927 

Rev. Daniel Little, missionary to Eastern Maine, 1772, 1786, 1778, 

1788. Bang. H. M. 5: 57. (1889.) [7928 

^Penobscot Bay ( ?) in 1556. Bang. H. M. 5: 61. (1889.) [7929 

Jacob Dennett, of Bangor. Bang. H. M. 5: 64. (1889.) [7930 

^Early Mills on Penobscot River. Bang. H. M. 5: 82. (1889.) [7981 

McMahon Family of Eddington, Maine. Bang. H. M. 5:87. (1889.) 

[7932 

Cyrus Woodman, Esq., of Cambridge, Mass. Bang. H. M. 5: 88. 

(1889.) [7033 

^Royalists at Penobscot, Fort George now Castine, 1777, 1782. 

Bang. 5:89. (1889.) [7934 

The New Wrentham Religious Society, near Holden, Me. Bang. 

H. M. 5:91. (1889.) [7936 

^Ex tracts from Major Robert Treat^s day book, Bangor, 1786-90. 

Bang. H. M. 5: 93. (1889.) [7936 

Colonel Thomas Westbrook^s Expedition to Penobscot River 

1722-23. Bang. H. M. 5: 101. (1889.) [7937 

^Reverend Paul Ruggles of Carmel, Me. and family. Bang H. M. 

5: 104. (1889.) [7938 

John Gilkey, of Islesboro and family. Bang. H. M. 5: 108. (1889.) 

[7939 
Jails of Penobscot County. Bang. H. M. 5: 112. (1889.) [7940 

Memoir of General Henry Knox, of Thomaston, Maine. Bang. H- 

M. 5: 121. (1890.) (Port and autograph.) [7941 

State vs. (David L.) Stain and (Oliver) Cromwell. Bang. fl. M. 

5: 161. (1890.) (7942 

Capt. John Phillips, of Orrington. Bang. H. M. 5: 170. (1890.) 

[7943 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 285 

Farrow Family of MassachusettB and Maine. Bang. H. M. 5 : 178. 

(1800.) [7944 

Dr. Manly Hardy of Bucksport. Bang. H. M. 6: 178. (1890.) [7945 

Bibliography of Eastern Maine. Bang. H. M. 5: 221. (1890.) [7946 

John Farrow, Jr., of Bristol, Maine. Corrected from pages 175- 

176; with the assistance of Isaac M. Boardman, Esq., of Belfast, 
Me. Bang. H.M. 5:236. (1890.) [7947 

Richard Kent, of Orrington. Bang. H. M. 5: 238. (1890.) [7948 

^The Second Settlement in Acadia, now Maine, 1611-13. Bang. H. 

M. 6: 1. (1890.) [7949 

Pentagoet-Penobscot-Mount Mansel-Mount Desert-Pematiq. Bang. 

H. M. 6: 11. (1890.) [7950 

Col. John Crane, of Whiting, Maine. Bang. H. M. 6: 14. (1890.) 

[7951 

Mills at the Eastward Prior to 1800. Bang. H. M. 6: 18. (1890. 

[7952 

Some Pioneer Settlers on Upper Penobscot River. Ayers, Inman, 

McPhetres, Tourtillot, Littlefield. Bang. H. M. 6: 28. (1890.) 

[7953 
Dunning Family of Maine. Bang. H. M. 6: 35. (1890.) [7954 

Col. Jonathan Buck, of Bucksport. Bang. H. M. 6: 51. (1890.) 

[7955 
Bangor Records. Bang. H. M. 6: 56. (1890.) [7956 

Col. Nathan Jones of Gouldsborough. Bang. H. M. 6: 71. (1890.) 

[7957 

Inscriptions from gravestones and monuments in Oldtown, Me. 

Bang. H. M. 6: 72. (1890.) [7958 

Brewer and Holden families. Bang. H. M. 6: 78. (1890.) [7959 

Tbaddetts Adams, Jr., James Austin, Artemus Aldriob, Solomon Blake, 
Joseph Burr, Gersbom Blokford, Thomas O. (or C.) Brackett, Jacob L. 
Barker, Hollis Bond, Job Chamberlain, Joshua Chamberlain, Isaac Clewly, 
Nathan Clark, Joseph Copeland, Crowell Cook, William Cook, Benjamin 
Goodwin, Calvin Green, Calvin Holbrook, Allen Hodges, Gideon Horton, 
Simeon Johnson, Philip B. King, Charles Leavens, Elijah Leavens, Enoch 
Lovell, George Leonard, David Mann, Benjamin Snow, Samuel Sterns, 
Daniel Shed, Jr., Sibley families— Brewer, Eddington— John Thoms, John 
Tibbete, Nathaniel Clark, Noah Clark John Clark, Boswell Fitts, Elijah F. 
Fitts, William Field, Bussell Field, Daniel Field, Elias Field, Peter Field, 
Samuel C. Field, Solomon Field, Jr., Thomas George, Jacob Hart, Jesse 
Fisher, Fatty Fisher, Gurdon Fisher, Ebeneser Fisher, Jr., Samuel Knapp, 
Henry Kenney, Samuel Kenney, Benjamin Kingsbury, Joseph Little, James 
Little, Isaac Robinson, Josiah Rogers, John Phillips, John Rider, Daniel 
Sargent, John Rogers, Newell Shepard, Daniel Skinner, George Wiswell, 
John D. Wilson, Asa Whiting, Emerson Orcntt, Lemuel Qopeland, John 
Farrlngton, Samuel Gilmore, John Gilmore. 

Parker Family of Exeter and Bangor. Bang. H. M. 6: 77. (1890.) 

[7960 



286 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

PoBTEB, Joseph Whitoomb, Continued, 

Thomas Bartlett and family of Bangor. Bang. H. M. 6: 104. (1890.) 

[7061 

Titles of lands of the Binghain estate onMt. Desert Island, Hancock 

County, in the State of Maine, 1878. Bang. H. M. 6: 115. (1800.) 

[7962 

POBTBB, OLIVEB. 

A Criticism on Rev. Dr. Rankin's '* Credulity of Unbelievers,*' by 
Oliver Porter, layman. Given by invitation of Rev. J. S. Richards, 
an Orthodox clergyman; together with a discussion with him on 
important doctrinal matters. Waterford— Maine. Bridgton: 
News Power Print. 1883. 8vo. pp. 28. [7963 

POBTEB, Pabkeb Clbaveland, M. D. 6. 1833. r. Chicago', 111. 

Biographical Sketch of Byron Porter, M. D. Me. Med. Asso. Trans. 
4:187. (1871.) [7964 

PoBTEB, Nathaniel, D. D. 1745-1837. Clergyman, Conway, Mass. 

A Discourse delivered at the dedication of the new academy in 

Fryeburg, June 4, 1806. By the Rev. Nathaniel Porter, A. M. 

Published at the request of the trustees. Portland: Printed by 

Thomas B. Wait. 1806. 8vo. pp. 24. [7965 

PoBTEB, RiCHABD. 1635-89. Wcymouth, Mass. 

Genealogy and descendants of. 1878. See Porter, Joseph W. 

PoBTEB, RuFus. 1791-1884. Portland, New Haven, Conn. 

The Martial Musician's Companion. Containing instructions for 
the drum and fife, together with an elegant collection of beats, 
airs, marches and quicksteps. To which is added instructions 
for the bass drum. By Rufus Porter. 1815. [7966 

PoBTEB, Mbs. Rhoda Keith. Burliugtou. 

Notice of. N. E. Reg, 30: 27. (1876.) [7967 

PoBTLAND. Incorporated under name of Falmouth, 1718. 
Addresses. 

Associations. 

a. Charitable and Christian. 

b. Masonic. 

c. Miscellaneoup. 

Biographical and personal. 

Clubs. 

Conferences, conventions and meetings. 

Descriptive. 

Directories. 

« 

Discourses. 
' Fires, and fire department 
History and antiquities. 
Lectures, speeches, poems eulogies, etc. 



BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 287 

Libraries. 
Magazines. 
Military, and naval. 
Miscellaneous. 
Orations. 

a. Foartb of July. 

b. MisoellaneouB. 

Public Meetings, See Conventions. 
Public Works. 
Publications relating to. 
Religious. 

a. Baptist. 

b. Catholic. 

c. Congregational. 

d. Episcopal. 

e. Mariners* church. 
/. Methodist. 

g. Ministry at large. 

h. New Jerusalem. 

<• Unitarian. 

j, Cniversalist. 

k. Sermons. 

Topography, See Descriptive. 

ADDBESSES. 

Masonic. 1796. See Symmes, William. 

Citizens to the President. 1798. See Adams, John. 

Sacred Music. 1802. See Mitchell, Ammi R. 

Masonic. 1805. See Bray, Oliver. 

Masonic. 1807. See Jenks, William. 

To seamen. 1811. See Miltimore, William. 

Masonic. 1811. See Holbrook, Moses. 

At organization Chapel church. 1812. See Lancaster, Thomas. 

Masonic. 1820. See Sias, Solomon. 

Masonic. 1820. See Sheppard, John H. 

To Grand Jury United States Court. 1820. See Story, Joseph. 

To seamen. 1821. See Payson, Edward. 

Before Mechanic Association. 1822. See Mellen, Grenville. 

Before Peace Society. 1824. See Ladd, William. 

On Adams and Jefferson. 1826. See Daveis, Charles S. 

To seamen. 1826. See Ladd, William. 

On temperance. 1828. See Nichols, Ichabod. 

On temperance. 1829. See Neal, John. 

To young men. 1832. See Colesworthy, Daniel C. 



288 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

PoBTLAVD, Continued, 

To Sunday-school teachers. 1832. See Willis, William. 
On temperance. 1832. See King, Alonzo. 
To Cumberland Bar. 1833. See Hopkins, James D. 
To people of color. 1833. See Colesworthy, Daniel C. 
On public schools. 1837. See Whitman, Jason. 
On punctuality. 1838. See Holden, Charles. 
Before Mechanic Association. 1838. See Neal, John. 
On temperance. 1837. See Fleming, L. D. 
Before the Pnyxian Club. 1840. See Pratt, James. 
On temperance. 1841. Sec Walton, John T. 
On temperance. 1842. See Bannatyne, James. 
Masonic. 1844. See Sheppard, John H. 
Masonic. 1849. See French, Benjamin B. 
Dedication Preble Chapel. 1851. See Waterston, Robert C. 
Before Unitarian convention. 1852. See Palfrey, Cazneau. 
On temperance. 1854. See Chickering, John W. 
' Before Maine Colonization Society. 1861. ^ee Blyden, E. W. 
At Editor's and Publisher's convention. 1864. See Holden, Charles. 
At fair for soldiers' widows. 1866. See Chamberlain, J. L. 
Before State Agricultural Society. 1867. See Chamberlain, J. L. 
To General Conference New Church. 1868. See Worcester, Thomas. 
Before Maine Press Association. 1869. See Dingley, N. Jr. 
Before Maine Press Association. 1869. See Holden, Charles. 
Before Maine Press Association. 1869. See Whitman, W. E. S. 
On receiving body George Peabody. 1870. See Chamberlain, J. L. 

In behalf of Portland Benevolent Society. 1872. See Clifford, 
William H. 

Before Portland Alumni of Bowdoin College. 1872. See Brown, 
Philip Henry. 

At dedication School Med. Instruction. 1874. See Dana, Israel T. 

Historical, missionary. 1876. See Packard, Alpheus S. 

Fourth of July. 1876. See Talbot, George F. 

Before Benevolent Society. 1879. See Gould, William E. 

On Memorial Day. 1881. See Strout, Almon A. 

Before Maine General Conference. 1881.. See Paine, Levi L. 

Before Maine General Conference. 1881. See Ropes, C. J. H. 

Before Maine General Conference. 1881. See Steams, Lewis F. 

Before Maine Bible Society. 1887. See Pepper, G. D. B. 



BIBLIOOBAPHT OF MAINE. 289 

On twenty years of second Episcopate in Maine. 1887. See Hays, 
Charles W. 

Historical. 1888. See Wright, Abiel H. 

On Washington. 1889. See Healey, James A. 

ASSOCIATIONS. 
CHARITABLE AND OHRISTIAN. 

By-Laws of the Aged Brotherhood, Portland, Me. Incorporated 
October 20, 1869. Portland: Ira Berry, Printer. 1875. 16mo. 
pp. 16. [7968 

Rules and Regulations of the Aged Brotherhood of the City of 
Portland, adopted August 31, 1876. Portland, Me.: Ira Berry, 
Printer. 1876. 8vo. pp. 20. [7969 

Rules and Regulations of the Aged Brotherhood of the City of 
Portland. Incorporated Oct 20, 1869. Adopted August 31, 1876. 
Amended September 15, 1881. Portland: Ford & Rich, Printers. 
1887. 16mo. [7970 

Directories of the Associated Charities of Portland. Portland, Me. 
William M. Marks, Printer. 1880. 16mo. pp. 31. [7971 

Constitution and By-Laws of the Association for the Relief of 
Aged, Indigent Women of Portland. Portland: Printed by Daley 
<fe Lufkin. 1857. 8vo. pp. 11. [7972 

Army and Navy Union. Dedication of the Portland Army and 
Navy Union Hall. Portland: Press of El well, Pickard & Co. 
1867. 8vo. pp. 23. [7973 

Benevolent Society. An act to establish a corporation by the name 
of the Portland Benevolent Society: with the rules and by-laws 
of said society, and the names of the subscribers. Portland: 
Printed by Thomas B. Wait.- 1806. 8vo. pp. 11. [7974 

Bricklayers Union. Constitution and by-laws of the Portland 
Bricklayer's Benevolent and Protective Union, of Portland, 
Maine. Organized March 19, 1883. Portland: Castell & Co., 
Printers. 1884. 16mo. pp. 20. [7975 

Camp Hospital Association. The semi-annual report of the Maine 
Camp Hospital Association of Portland; with letters and journal 
of nurses. Portland: N. A. Foster & Co., Printers. 1863. 12mo. 
pp. 24. [7976 

Catholic Union. A. M. D. G. Constitution and by-laws of the 
Portland Catholic Union, organized January, 1874. Portland: 
Eustis A Castell, Printers. 1874. 16mo. pp. 12. [7977 

Civil Service Reform Association. Annual meeting. Portland 
1884. 8vo. pp. 13. [7978 

Civil Service Reform Association. Constitution and by-laws, with 
a list of officers, n. t p. (Portland, 1885 ?) 8vo. pp. 8. [7979 

20» 



290 BIBLIOOBAPHT OF MAINE. 

PoBTULND, Continued, 

Conference Societies Christian Endeavor at 1883. See Christian 
Endeavor. 

Dispensary. Rales of the Portland Dispensary and Vaccine Insti- 
tution. Portland: 1825. 16mo.pp. 18. [7980 

Dispensary. Institution of the Portland Dispensary, for the relief 
of the poor. Established 1853. Portland: D. Tucker, Printer. 
1853. 12mo. pp. 10. [7981 

Institution of the Portland Dispensary, for the medical relief of 
the poor. Established 1858. Portland: Printed by David Tucker. 
1809. 16mo. pp. 9. [7982 

Portland Female Charitable Society. Celebration 7th anniversary, 
1818. Chr. Dis. 0: 383. (1818.) [7883 

Female Orphan Asylum. Constitution and by-laws, &c., of the 
Female Orphan Asylum of Portland. Shirley & Hyde, Printers. 
(1828.) 24mo. pp.33. [7984 

Reports of the managers of the Female Orphan Asylum, of Port- 
land, October, 1870. Act of incorporation, constitution, by-laws, 
Ac. Portland : Stephen Berry, Printer. 1871. 16mo. pp. 27. 

[7986 

Report of the managers of the Female Orphan Asylum, of Port- 
land, February, 1877. Incorporated in 1828. Portland: Stephen 
Berry, Printer. 1877. 8vo. pp. 19. [7986 

Portland. Semi-centennial report of the managers of the Female 
Orphan Asylum of Portland, October, 1878. Incorporated in 
1828. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1878. 16mo. pp. 38. 

[7987 

Constitution and By-Laws of the First Colored Female Benevolent 
Society of Portland. Portland: D. C. Colesworthy, Printer. 1835. 
8vo. pp. 12. [7988 

Fraternity. Report of the Portland Fraternity, for the year 1872. 
Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1878. lOmo. pp.20. [7989 

Report of the Portland Fraternity for the year 1873. Portland: 
Berry, Printer. 1874. 16mo. pp. 21. [7990 

Report of the Portland Fraternity for the year 1874. Portland: 
Berry, Printer. 1875. 16mo. pp. 20. [7991 

Constitution, By-Laws and Annual Report of the board of directors 
of the Portland Fraternity for the year 1878. (Seal.) Port- 
land: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1878. 8vo. pp. 81. [7992 

Constitution, By-Laws and Annual Report of the board of directors 
of the Portland Fraternity for the year 1879. (Seal.) Portland : 
Stephen Berry, Printer. 1880. [7993 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 291 

Constitution, By-Laws and Annual Report of the board of directors 
of the Portland Fraternity for the year 1880. (Seal.) Portland: 
Stephen Berry, Printer. 1881. 16mo. pp. 28. [7094 

Constitution, By-Laws and Annual Report of the board of directors 
of the Portland Fraternity for the year 1881. (Seal.) Port- 
land: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1882. 16nio. pp. 88. [7995 

Constitution, By-Laws and Annual Report of the board of directors 
of the Portland Fraternity, for the year 1882. Portland: Stephen 
Berry, Printer. 1883. 16mo. pp. 31. [7996 

Constitution, By-Laws and Annual Report of the board of directors 
of the Portland Fraternity, for the year 1884. Portland: Stephen 
Berry, Printer. 1884. 16mo. pp. 33. [7997 

Constitution, By-Laws and Annual Report of the board of directors 
of the Portland Fraternity, for the year 1885. (Seal. Legend: 
The Portland Fraternity. 1871.) Portland: Stephen Berry, 
Printer. 1886. 12mo. pp. 37. [7908 

Home for Women and Children. Second report of the Temporary 
Home for Women and Children, Portland, Maine. Portland, Me.: 
William M. Marks, Printer. 1884. 8yo. pp. 20. [7999 

25th Annual Report of the managers of the Home for Aged Women, 
Emery Street, Portland, Maine. Presented at the annual meet- 
ing of the association, October 28th, 1879. Incorporated 1854. 
Portland: Dresser, McLellan & Co. 1880. 8vo. pp. 23. [8000 

Constitution and By-laws of the Association for the Relief of Aged 
Indigent Women of Portland. Portland : Stephen Berry, Printer. 
1866. 8vo. pp. 12. [8001 

Constitution and By-Laws of Howard Temple of Honor, Number 
Six. Instituted February 6, 1867. Portland: Ford & Perry, 
Book and Job Printers. 1872. 16mo. pp. 24. [8002 

Constitution and By-Laws of the Irish- American Relief Association 
of Portland. Organized May 4, 1863. Incorporated Feb. 4, 1865. 
Portland: David Tucker, Printer. 1867. 16mo. pp. 10. [8003 

The same. Portland: Printed by David Tucker. 1871. 16mo. pp. 24. 

[8004 

The same. Portland: Printed by David Tucker. 1873. 16mo. pp. 27. 

[8006 

The same. Portland: Ford & Perry, Book and Job Printers. 1876. 
16mo. pp. 27. [8006 

Constitution and By-Laws of the Portland Laborers* Benevolent 
Union, organized February 4, 1882. Portland: Stephen Berry, 
Printer. 1882. 24mo. pp. 16. [8006a 



292 BIBLIOORAPHY OF MAINE. 

POBTLAKDf Continued. 

By-Laws and Rules of Order of the Portland Longshoremen* s 
Benevolent Society of I'ortland, Maine. Adopted January 31, 
1881. Portland: Castell & Co., Printers. 1883. 16mo. pp. 24. 

[8007 

Laws of the Marine Society, instituted at Portland and incorporated 

by the General Court, February, 1796. Portland: Printed by 

Thomas B. Wait. 1805. 24mo. pp. 16. [8008 

Laws of the Marine Society, Instituted at Portland and incorporated 
by the General Court, February, 1796. Portland: Printed by A. 
W. Thayer. 1825. 24mo. pp. 23. [8009 

Laws of the Marine Society, instituted at Portland and incorporated 
by the General Court Feb., 1796. Portland: Printed by Charles 
Day & Co. 1837. 24mo. pp. 23. [8010 

Laws of the Marine Society, instituted at Portland and incorporated 
by the General Court, Feb., 1796. Portland: Printed by Stephen 
Berry, 1866. 24mo. pp. 27. [8011 

Maternal Association of Portland, account of. Panoplist. 12:278. 
(1816.) [8012 

Mechanic Association, Maine Charitable. See Maine. 

Constitution of the Portland Medical Association, together with 
the rules and regulations of police and practice. Adopted June 
28, 1833. Portland: Printed by J. <& W. E. Edwjkrds, 1833. 12mo. 
pp. 15. [8013 

The Medical Police Rules and Regulations and By-Laws of the 
Medical Association of Portland, with the names of its officers 
and members. Portland: Printed by Foster & Grerrish. 1854. 
8vo. pp. 31. [8014 

Constitution and By-Laws of the Mutual Aid Society of the United 
States. Portland : Ford & Perry, Book and Job Printers. 1879. 
16mo. pp. 12. [8015 

Rules and Regulations of the Odd Fellows* Mutual Relief Associa- 
tion, Portland, Me. Incorporated May 19, 1868. Portland: 
Printed by Ford & Perry, 1871. 16mo. [8016 

Second Annual Report of the Portland Society for the Prevention 
of Cruelty to Animals. Organized May 22, 1872. (Seal.) Port- 
land, Me. : Daily Press Job Office, Wm. M. Marks, Manager. 1874. 
16mo. pp. 11. [8017 

Third Annual Report of the Portland Society for the Prevention of 
Cruelty to Animals. Organized May 22, 1872. Portland: Printed 
at Tucker Printing House, 1876. 16mo. pp. 22. [8018 

Consti tution and By-Laws of the Portland Co. Mutual Relief Asso- 
ciation. Organized Feb. 22, 1873. Portland: James S. Staples, 
Printer. 1873. 16mo. pp. 16. [8019 



BIBLIOOBAFHY OF MAINE. 293 

Rules and Regulations of the P (ortland), S (aco), & P (ortsmouth) 
Railroad Mutual Relief Association. Organized September 14, 
1872. Portland Transcript Print 1872. 10mo. pp. 8. [8020 

The Constitution of the Portland Society for Promoting Christian- 
ity among the Jews; with an address to the Christian public: 
and a collection of interesting facts relative to the conversion of 
the Jews. Portland: Printed by Arthur Shirley. 1823. 8vo. pp. 
24. [8021 

By-Laws and Rules of Order of Preble Council No. 124. A. L. O. H. 
Portland* Maine. Instituted, March 18, 1880. Portland: Com- 
panion W. H. Staples, Pr. 1888. lOmo. pp. 15. [8022 

Second Annual Report of the Provident Association of Portland, 

for the year ending October, 1855. Organized February, 1854, 

with the constitution and by-laws. 

" Self-love thuB pasb'd to aooial, to divine, 
Gives thee to make thy neighbor's blessinK thine. 
Is this too little for the boundless heart? 
Extend it, let thy enemies have part: 
Orasp the whole world of reason, life, and sense, 
In one close system of benevolence : 
Happier as kinder, in whate'er degree. 
And height of bliss but height of charity." 

Pope. 

Portland: Printed by Benjamin D. Peck. 1855. 12mo. pp. 32. 

[8023 

Constitution and By-Laws of the St. Patrick's Society, Portland, 
Maine. Organized December 2nd, 1869. Portland: Stephen Berry, 
Printer. 1871. 16mo. pp. 12. [8024 

Report of the committee of the Society in Portland for Suppress- 
ing Vice and Immorality, made at the fourth annual meeting of 
the society, holden at the Friends' meeting-house, April 27, 1816. 

" To him that knoweth to do good, and doeth it not, to him is sin. " 

James 4 : 17. 

Portland: Printed by A. & J. Shirley. 1816. 12mo. pp. 12. 

[8025 

Samuel Freeman was a chairman, and his name appears in the report. 

First Annual Report of the Portland Sunday School Union, October, 
1868. Portland: Printed by D. Tucker, 1868. 8vo. pp. 17. [8026 

By-Laws of Relief Association of the Templars of Honor and Tem- 
perance. Portland : Ford & Perry, Book and Job Printers. 1874. 
16mo. pp. 7. [8027 

The Constitution and Names of Members of the Young Men's 
Total Abstinence Society, of Portland, Me. Organized Aug. 4, 
1841. Portland: Short <fe Pennell, Printers. 1841. 12mo. pp. 7. 

[8028 



294 BIBLIOOBAPHT OF MAINE. 

POBTLAN^D, Continued, 

Charter and By-Laws of the Widow's Wood Society, Portland, Me. 
Organized October 23, 1850. Portland: Printed at Tncker Print- 
ing House. 1872. 16mo. pp. 18. [8029 

Report of the managers of the Portland Women's Christian Asso- 
ciation, June, 1874. Organized 1809. Act of incorporation, con- 
stitution, by-laws, Ac* Portland: Press of B. Thurston A Co. 
1874. 8vo. pp. 32. [80S0 

Report of the managers of the Women's Christian Association of 
Portland, June, 1878. Organized 1809. Act of incorporation, con- 
stitution, by-laws, Ac. Portland: William M. Marks, Printer. 
1878. 8vo. pp.31. [8031 

Young Men's Christian Association Report, 1800. See Walker, 
George L. 

The Portland Toung Men's Christian Association. Organized No- 
vember 9, 1853. Incorporated March 12, 1800. Constitution and 
by-laws, sixth annual report and other documents. Rooms No. 
144 Middle Street. Portland: Printed by David Tucker. 1800. 
8vo. pp. 29. [8032 

Toung Men's Christian Association. ** Loyalty to God and Fra- 
ternity to Man." Constitution and by-laws of the Portland 
Young Men's Christian Association. Organiz<*d Nov. 9, 1853. In- 
corporated March 12, 1800. Portland: Printed by Brown Thurs- 
ton, 1808. lOmo. pp. 30. [8033 

Constitution and By-Ijaws of the Young Men's Christian Ajssoci- 
ation of Portland, Me. Revised and adopted Dec. 3, 1888. Port- 
land: Printed by B. Thurston A Co. 1888. lOmo. pp. 32. [8034 

Atlantic Lodge, History. 1871. See Burton, Alfred M. 

Masonic Relief Association. By-Laws of the Portland Masonic Re- 
lief Association. Organized December 24, 1873. Incorporated 
April 3, 1883. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1883. lOmo. 
pp. 30. [8035 

Mount Vernon Chapter, History of. 1879. See Berry, Stephen. 

Ancient Land-mark Lodge, History of. 1880. See Berry, Stephen. 

Commandery of No. 2, Knights Templar, History. 1882. See Berry, 
Stephen. 

Ancient Land-mark Lodge, 1883. See Rugg, Henry W. 
Portland Lodge, History of. 1881. See Drummond, Josiah H. 

The one hundred twenty fifth anniversary of Portland Lodge, 
No. 1. of Free and Accepted Masons, Portiand, Maine, March 22, 
1887. Published by the committee. 1887. 8vo. pp. 33. [8030 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 295 

MIBOBLLAjncOUS. 

Beethoven Mnsical Society. 1819-25. History. See Berry, Ira. 

Portland Civil Service Reform Association. Annual meeting, 1884, 
Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1884. 8vo. pp. 13. [8037 

Constitution and By-Laws of the Orattan Literary Association of 
Portland, Me. Organized October 30, 1877. Portland: Tucker 
Printing House. 1882. 16mo. pp. 14. [8038 

Local Laws of Washington Camp, No. 3, Maine Patriotic Sons of 
America. Convenes every Monday evening, at 8 o'clock, in the 
First National Bank building, comer Plum and Middle Streets, 
Portland, Maine. Adopted March 21st, 1881. Portland Me.: 
Holmes & Moulton, Printers. 1881. 24mo. pp. 21. [8030 

Nautical Society. Constitution and By-Laws of the Portland Nau- 
tical Society. (Cut of a ship.) Instituted Nov. 2, 1825. Portland : 
Shirley & Edwards, Printers. 1825. 12mo. pp. 24. [8040 

Philharmonic Orchestral Society. By-laws of the Philharmonic 
Orchestral Society. Adopted January 7, 1882. Portland: Tucker 
Printing House 1882. 24mo. pp. 8. [8041 

Local Laws of Washington Camp, No. 4, of Maine. P. O. S. of A- 
Where we branch we root. Located at Portland, Me. Adopted 
August 27, 1875. Instituted February 22, 1874. Portland: Eustis 
A Caswell, Printers. 1875. 16mo. pp. 8. [8042 

Portland Society of Art. Account of. 1882. See Koehler, S. R. 

Portland Society of Art. 1883. By-Laws. 24mo. pp. 10. (Obverse.) 
Stephen Berry, Printer. [8043 

Portland Society of Art. Exhibition of portrait engravings from 
the collection of John E. DeWitt. Fall exhibition. 1883. (Port- 
land, 1883.) 8vo. pp. 20. [8044 

By-Laws of Portland Council No. 1, Sovereigns of Industry. Or- 
ganized August 11th, 1874. Portland, Maine. Portland: Ford & 
Perry, Job Printers. 1874. 16mo. pp. 12. [8045 

Constitution of the Portland Gymnasium, with the rules and regu- 
lations, and the names of the subscribers. Portland: Printed by 
James Adams, Jun., 1828. 16mo. pp. 15. [8046 

Portland SocUtyof Natural HiMtOfy, 
Portland Society of Natural History. Constitution, by-laws, and 
names and members of the Portland Society of Natural History. 
Portland: Foster A Gerrish, Printers. 1851. 8vo. pp. 24. [8047 

Proceedings of the Portland Society of Natural History. Vol. I. 

(Part I.) (Corporate seal.) Portland: Printed for the society. 

1862. 8vo. pp. 96, xiv. (1 pi., 1 map.) [8048 

Contains catalopnie of ttae flowering pUnts of Maine, by George L. Good- 
ale; Oatalogne of the mammals and birds of Maine, by Charles H. Hitoh- 
cock; Notes on the geology of Maine, by the same; Fossils of the Potsdam 



296 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

PoRTLAKD, Continued. 

group, In North America by the same ; Grooved builders in Bethel, M aine, 
by N. T. True; List of reptiles and amphibians of Maine, by Benjamin F. 
Fog^; On fossil plants discovered at Perry, Maine, by Sir John Dawson. 

The same. (Part 2. n. d. 1869.) 8vo. pp. 97-212, x, 7, (2 pi. 
iUus.) [8049 

Contains catalogue of fossils from Square Lake, by E. Billings, Montreal; 
Influende of location in the growth of shells, by N. T. True, M. D.; Cata> 
logue of the flowering plants of Maine, by George L. Goodale, (continued 
from p. 62) ; Discovery of aheatiiin Maine, by William Wood; On the orthop- 
tera of Maine, by Sidney I. Smith; The characters of the lepidopterous fam- 
ily noctuids, by A. S. Packard, Jr.; Fresh water polyzoa occurring in Maine, 
by A. Hyatt; New localities of minerals of Maine, by N. T. True; Mineralogy 
among the aborigines of Maine, by same; On the motion of glaciers, by 
John DeLaski; Decades of Maine fungi, by M. G. Cooke, London, Eng.; The 
Clio Borealis on the coast of Maine, by Dr. William Wood; Notice of Henry 
Willis. 

Journals of the Portland Society of Natural History. Vol. I. No. 

L (Corporate seal.) Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1864. 

8yo. pp. 03. (10 pi.) [8050 

Art. I. Observations on the terrestrial pulmontfera of Maine, including 
a catalogue of all species of terrestrial and fluyiatile mollusca known to in- 
habit the state, by Edward S. Morse. 

The Portland Catalogue of Maine plants, published by the Port- 
land Society of Natural History, adapted for marking desiderata 
in exchange of specimens, &c. (Corporate seal.) Portland: Tran- 
script Print. 1868. 8vo. pp. 12. [8051 
1107 specimens and varieties are enumerated. 

The same. Second edition. 1802. 8vo. pp. (1), 41-72. [8052 

Shows an increase of oyer 460 specimens from the first edition. 

History and Condition of the Portland Society of Natural History, 
from 1866 to 1860, with lists of donations. (Engraving of build- 
ing.) Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1869. 8vo. pp. 103-212. 

[8053 
Edward Bicknell, Portland. A memorial tribute. (1877.) Broad- 
side, 26x6 inches. [8054 
Notice of Ether Shepley, Jan. 16, 1878. Broadside, 12x6 inches. 

[8054a 
Session of 1880-81. Proceedings ninth regular meeting. JAn. 17, 

1881. 8vo.pp. 7. [8055 

Paper on organic form, by Rev. Thomas Hill. 

Proceedings tenth regular meeting. Feb. 7, 1881. 8vo. pp. 7. [8056 
Lecture on geology of western Maine, by Dr. N. T. True. 

Proceedings eleventh regular meeting. Feb. 21, 1881. 8vo. pp. 10. 
(1 eng.) [8057 

Papers on amphloxus lanceolatus, by Dr. Charles D. Smith; Mountain lig- 
noles, by Dr. William Wood. 

Proceedings twelfth regular meeting, March 9, 1881. 8vo. pp. 12. 

[8058 
Lecture on hill plants, by Mrs. E. G. Holies, of Salem, Mass. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 297 

Proceedings thirteenth regular meeting, March 11th, 1881. 8yo. pp. 

6. [8060 

Lecture on glacial deposits in eastern North America, by George H. Stone. 

Proceedings fourteenth and fifteenth regular meetings, April 4th 
and April 18th, 1881. 8yo. pp. 8. [80d0 

A Circular to seansaptains and other sea-faring men. Portland, 
Maine, IT. S. A. Portland Society of Natural History. April, 
1881. 8vo. pp. 11. [8061 

Proceedings sixteenth regular meeting. May 2d, 1881. 8yo. pp. 10. 

[8062 
Paper by Dr. William Wood, npon vegetable structure. 

Proceedings first and second regular meetings, Oct. 3, and Oct. 17, 

1881. 8yo. pp. 16. [8068 
Paper, theological hypothesis In science, by Rev. Thomas Hill, D. D. 

Third and fourth regular meetings, Nov. 7 and Nov. 21, 1881. 8yo. 

pp.11. [8064 

Glacial erosion in Maine, by George H. Stone. 

Circular, Dec. 28, 1881. 8yo. pp. 3. [8066 

Signed by William Wood, president: John M. Gtould, sec'y. 

Proceedings eighth and ninth regular meetings, Jan. 2, and Jan. 12, 

1882. 8yo. pp. 16. [8066 

Paper by Prof. Leslie A. Lee, upon the recent work of the U. S. fish 
commission. 

To Fishermen. Circular, n. d. (1882.) 8yo. pp. 1. [8067 

Tenth Regular Meeting. Feb. 6, 1882. 8yo. pp. 10. [8068 

Columbite in Maine, by Dr. K. T. True. 

Proceedings eleyenth regular meeting, Feb. 20, 1882. 8yo. pp. 8. 

[8060 

Paper by Prof. John Robinson upon the importance of ornamental trees 
and their proper selection. 

Proceedings of the regular meeting, Dec. 4, 1882. 8yo. pp. 40. [8070 

Catalogue of birds known to occur in the vicinity of Portland, Me. 
Especially in the townships of Falmouth, Deering, Westbrook, Cape 
Elizabeth and Scarborough. Briefly annotated. By Nathan Clifford Brown. 

Sessions of 1888-89. 

Proceedings of ninth regular meeting. May 20, 1889. 8yo. pp. 9. 

[8071 
Report of the president, William Wood, M. D., embraces notice of the 
Rev. John W. Chickering, D. D. 

BIOGBAPHIOAL AXD P1SB80NAL. 

Cleeyes, George. 1630-37. See Baxter, James P. 

Letters remaining in the post office, Jan. 18, 1786. Me. Rec. 1: 111. 
(1884.) [8072 

Poor Widows, (The) of Portland in 1806. Me. Rec. 1 : 65. (1884.) 

[8078 



298 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

PoBTLAin), Continued. 

Faneral of Barrows and Blyth. 1818. See Lossing, Benson J. 
Tour of James Monroe. 1817. See Waldo, S. P. 
Visit of LaFayette. 1825. See Goold, William. 
Visit of LaFayette. 1826. See Foster, John. 
Vf)iit of LaFayette. 1825. See Levasseur, A. 
Visit of LaFayette. 1825. See Watson, Stephen M. 
Catalogue of Monitorial School. No. 2. Portland, March 10, 1828. 
18mo. pp. 16. [8074 

A List of young ladies, boarders, who attended the Misses Martinis 
school in Portland. From the year 1804 to 1820. n. t. p. 16mo. 
pp. 16. [8075 

Inscriptions from burying-ground. 1854. See Brooks, W. G. 

Visit of the Earl of Elgin to, and speech at 1854. See Walroud, 
Theodore. 

Death of John Bobbins. 1855. See Bobbins, John. 

Prince of Wales, embarkation at 1860. See New England Tour. 

Proceedings at, on the seventy-fifth birthday of Longfellow. (1882.) 
See Maine Hist Soc. Proc. 

Mortuary Honors to George Peabody. 1870. See Peabody, George. 

Collectors of the Customs, and custom houses. 1873. 8ee Goold, 
William. 

Business Houses of. 1875. See Elwell, Edward H. 

Bowdoin Alumni resident in Portland. 1862. See Bowdoin Col- 
lege. 

Leading Business Men of Portland and vicinity. 1887. See Beck- 
ford, W. H. 

Longfellow Statue. 1889. See Curtis, George W. 

Inscriptions on some of the old tombstones in the Eastern ceme- 
tery. Copied by William Willis, and rewritten by S. M. Watson, 
sm. 4to. pp. 50. [8076 

Ms. in Portland Public Library. 

CLUBS. 

The Fraternity Club. Instituted December, 1873. Articles of or- 
ganization, n. d. n. p. 12mo. pp. 6. [8077 

The same. Revised Oct 0, 1884. Portland Transcript Job Print- 
ing Office. 1884. 16mo. pp. 12. [8078 

Constitution, By-Laws, Sailing Regulations, etc., of the Portland 
Yacht Club. Portland: Printed by David Tucker. 1873. 32mo. 
pp. 30. [8079 

The same. 1880. 16mo. pp. 16. [8060 



BIBLI06BAPHT OF MAINE. 299 

Constitution, By-Laws, Sailing Regulations, etc., of the Portland 
Yacht Club. Organized April 20, 1869. Incorporated February 
19, 1878. Portland: William S. Lowell, Engraver and Stationer, 
1881. 16mo. pp. 66. (Engraving.) [8081 

Constitution, By-Laws, Sailing Regulations, etc., of the Portland 
Yacht Club, 1878. Organized 1869. Incorporated February 19, 
1878. Portland: Printed by Ford & Pen-y, 1878. 16mo. pp. 50. 

[8082 

Charter and Constitution of the Cumberland Club, with a list of its 
officers and members. Portland: 1882. 16mo. pp. 29. [8083 

Charter, Constitution, By-Laws and House Rules of the Cumber- 
land Club, with a list of its officers and members. Portland: 1887. 

[8084 

Act of Incorporation and By-Laws of the Oxford Club. Organized 
May 8, 1875. Portland: Printed by Tucker Printing House, 1876. 
16mo. pp. 20. [8085 

By-Laws of the Portland Rossini Club. 1877-78. Portland: Stephen 
Berry, Printer. 1888. 16mo. pp. 12. [8086 

The same. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1888. 16mo. pp. 14. 

[8087 

COKFEBBXCEB, CONVENTIONS AND HBBTINGB. 

Conference with Indians at Falmouth. 1726. See Conference, In- 
dian. 

Conference with Indians at Falmouth. 1727. See Conference, In- 
dian. 

Conference with Indians at Falmouth. 1732. See Conference, In- 
dian. 

Treaty with Indians at Falmouth. 1749. See Journal of Proceed- 
ings. 

Meeting at which British goods were refused. 1769. Willis Papers. 
Me. Rec. 1 : 9. (1884.) [8088 

Proceedings (The), of a meeting held at Portland, Me., August 15, 
1835, by the friends of the Union and Constitution on the subject 
of interfering at the North and East with relation of master and 
slave at the South. Printed by order of the meeting. Portland: 
1835. 8vo. pp. 8. [8089 

Railroad Convention, proceedings. 1850. See Poor, John A. 

Proceedings of citizens meeting, July 23, 1855, and on the death of 
John Robbins, killed in a riot, Portland, 1855. 8vo. pp. 112. 

[8090 
Sabbath-School Convention. 1859. See Sabbath-Schools. 

Proceedings of intercolonial commercial convention, 1868. See 
Poor, John A. 



300 BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

PoBTLAND, Continued. 

Yearly Meeting of Friends for New England. 1879. See Friends. 
The same. 1881. See Friends. 
The same. 1883. See Friends. 
The same. 1886. See Friends. 
The same. 1886. See Friends. 

Reunion Society Army Potomac at. 1890. See Society Army Po- 
tomac. 

DE8CBIPTIVE. 

Chart of Falmouth harbor. 1776. See Des Barres, J. F. W. 

Description of. 1816. See Dwight, Timothy. 

Account of visit to. 1818. See Bernard, John. 

Letter from. 1821. See Letters. 

Plan of. 1823. See Bowen, Abel. 

Chart of harbor. 1825. See Moody, Lemuel. 

Plan of. 1837. See Hall, James. 

Map of. 1836. See CuUum, John. 

Trip to. 1844. See Lanman, Charles. 

Visit to. 1849. See Lyell, Sir Charles. 

Portland, White Mountains and Montreal Guide. Illustrated. 
Portland, 1852. [8091 

The same, 1853, from Montreal and Quebec to eastern townships of 
Lower Canada and to Portland, Maine. Montreal, 1853. 12mo. 
(Large map.) [8092 

Map showing the commercial position of Portland, Maine, and its 
connection by lines of steamboat and railroad with Europe, the 
British provinces, and the United States. Drawn and engraved 
for the State of Maine Newspaper, 1854. [8008 

Trip to. 1858. See Cames, J. A. 

Guide book for Portland and vicinity, to which is appended a sum- 
mary history of Portland by Hon. Wm. Willis; with maps and 
sixteen illustrations. (City seal.) Portland: Published by B. 
Thurston & J. F. Richardson, at the Commercial News Room, 79 
Middle Street 1859. 12mo. pp. 104. [8094 

The summary history appeared in a fcnlde-book, 1873. See Deering, MazyB. 

Account of. 1861. See TroUope, Anthony. 

Commerce of. No. Mo. 1 : 63. (1864.) [8095 

Sketches of. 1871. See Colesworthy, D. C. 

Illustrated Guide Book for Portland and vicinity. 1873. See 
Deering, Mary S. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 301 

Traveller's Guide. A complete list of stations, distances and fares, 
from Portland, the railroads and steamboats, in the state of 
Maine. With other yaluable information for travellers. Price 
10 cents. Portland: Geo. A. Jones A Co., Printers. 1878. 16mo 
pp. 80. [8096 

Business Guide and Directory. 1878. See Jones, W. S. 

Deane Mansion in. 1876. See Goold, William. 

Illustrated, 1876. See Elwell, Edward H. 

U. S. Coast Survey Chart of the harbor. 1877. Size 26x28 inches. 
Scale 8.17. [8097 

Souvenir Albums of. 1882. See Maine Guide Books. 

The Portland of Longfellow's Youth. 1882. See Elwell, E. H. 

Summer Homes. Cushing's Island. Portland Harbor, Coast of 
Maine. Hosford & Sons, Printers and Stationers, New York. 
1888. 4to. pp. 9, (1). (7 eng. 1 map.) [8098 

Guide Book to Cushing's Island. 1886. See Sargent, William M. 

Handbook of. 1888. See Hull, John T. 

Diamond Island. 1889. See Elwell, Edward H. 

Description of. 1889. See Cook, Joel. 

A day in. 1890. See Drake, Samuel A. 

DIBBCTOBIE8. 

1828. See Jewett, Nathaniel G. 

1828. See Thayer, A. W. 

1827. See Adams, James, Jr. 

1881. See Colman, Samuel. 

1884. See Shirley, Arthur. 

1887. See Shirley, Arthur. 

1841. See Harris, Harlowe. 

1844. See Harris, Harlowe. 

1846. See Beckett, Sylvester B. 

1847-48. See Beckett, Sylvester B. 

1850-51. See Beckett, Sylvester B. 

1851-52. See Beckett, Sylvester B. 

1856-57. See Beckett, Sylvester B. 

1858-59. See Beckett, Sylvester B. 

1860. See Dockham, C. A. 

1868-64. See Beckett, Sylvester B. 

The Portland Directory, embracing the city record, a general direc- 
tory of the citizens and a business directory for the year 1866. 

[8099 



302 BIBLIOORAPHY OF MAINE. 

POBTLAND, Continued, 

1866-67. See Beckett, Sylvester B. 

1868. See Atwell & Co. 

1869. See BeckeU, Sylvester B. 

Directory for RusselPs Map of Evergreen and Pine Grove ceme- 
teries. Portland, Me.: Daily Press Printing House. 1869. 18mo. 
pp. 108. [8100 

1871. See Beckett, Sylvester B. 

1873. See Beckett, Sylvester B. 

1875. See Beckett, Sylvester B. 

1877. See Beckett, Sylvester B. 

1879. See Beckett, Sylvester B. 

1881. See Beckett, Sylvester B. 

1882. See Hull, John T. 

1888. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. or Thurston, B. & Co. 

1884. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. or Thurston, B. A Co. 

1885. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. or Thurston, B. & Co. 

1886. See Greenough, W. A. <& Co. or Thurston, B. A Co. 

1887. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. or Thurston, B. & Co. 

1888. See Greenough, W. A. <& Co. or Thurston, B. & Co. 

1889. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. or Thurston, B. & Co. 

1890. See Greenough, W. A. dk Co. or Thurston, B. & Co. 

DISCOURSES. 

To sea-faring men. 1771. See Smith, Thomas. 

Interment Rev. Thomas Smith. 1785. See Kellogg, Elijah. 

On death Rev. Thomas Smith. 1795. See Deane, Samuel. 

Ordination Edwaid Payson. 1807. See Payson, Seth. 

Masonic. 1808. See Richards, Greorge. 

Before Maine Bihle Society. 1814. See Payson, Edward. 

Before Universalist Society. 1820. See Hudson, Charles. 

To Universalist Society. 1822. See Streeter, Russell. 

Before Apprentices Society. 1822. See Mellen, Grenville. 

Dedication Stone church. 1826. See Nichols, Ichahod. 

Before Maine Bible Society. 1826. See Allen, William. 

On temperance. 1827. See Mead, Asa. 

To the Baptist church. 1828. See Ripley, T. B. 

On hard times. 1837. See Whitman, Jason. 

On the decalogue. 1839. See Chickering, John W. 

On revivals. 1840. See Burr, C. C. 

On death President Harrison. 1841. See Dwight, William T. 



BIBLIOGBAPHY OF MAINE. 303 

On death President Harrison. 1841. See Champlin, James T. 

On capital punishment. 1842. See Dwight, William T. 

Dedication Preble chapel. 1851. See Waterston, R. C. 

On Christopher T. Bayley. 1857. See Merrill, Samuel H. 

On slavery. 1857. See Frothingham, Frederick. 

On Spiritualism. 1857. See Dwight, William T. 

Fast Day. 1861. See Moore, Henry D. 

Semi-centennial. 1808. iSee Fenn, William H. 

In memory of Joseph Libby. 1871. See Williams, Moses H. 

Semi-Centennial. 1876. See Packard, Alpheus S. 

Semi-Centennial. 1876. See Shailer, William H. 

In memory of Mrs. Alice W. Bradbury. 1885. See Bellows, John A . 

FIBE8 AND FIBS DBPABTMKNT. 

Destruction of Falmouth, by the British, 1775. 

Letter dated Falmouth, Oct. 16, 1775. Gentleman^ s Magazine and 

Historical Chronicle, 45: 598. (1775.) [8101 

** We forbear to reason on this foot till It is better aathenticated ; only this 
we may be permitted to remark, that It either cannot be true or the reasons 
for this severe order are concealed. 

Editor.*' 

Description of. 1775. See Bailey, Jacob. 

Reference to. (1775.) See Hutchinson, Thomas, Diary and Letters. 

Account of. (1783.) See Murray, James. 

Capt. Mouat burns the town of Falmouth. (1804.) See Beatson, 
Robert. 

Mentioned. (1842.) See Curwen, Samuel. 

Disowned by the British goyemment. (1861.) See Stanhope, 
Philip H. (Lord Mahon.) 

Anonymous Letter concerning. Hist. Mag. 2d. ser. 5:202. (1860.) 

[8102 

Burning of Falmouth. Am. Mo. 11 : 548. [8103 

Account of. (1873.) See Goold, William. 

Described. (1875.) See Mayberry, S. P. 

Noticed. (1879.) See Jones, Thomas. 

Petition of the town to Congress, for aid in consequence of the de- 
struction by Mowatt Me. Rec. 1 : 42. (1884.) [8104 

Account of. 1888. See Winsor, Justin. 

See also, Impartial Hist, of War with America, 1780, 280-287, with plan; 
Old Times, 6:823. (1882.) 

In Vol. Ill of Sparks's writines of Washington, pp. 129-130, are letters from 
Washington to Congress dated October 24, 1776, concerning the destmctlon 



304 BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

PoBTLAXD, Continued, 

of Falmouth and to the committee of the town that he was unable to re. 
lieve their distress. The appendix. No. XI, pp. 52(M(22, contains an account 
of the destruction of Falmouth. 

In Sparks's Correspondence of the American Resolution, Vol. I, pp. 70, 71, 
is a letter from Qeneral SuUiTan to Washington, dated October 29, 1775, stat- 
ing that Capt. Mowatt showed orders to him to bum all the seaports east 
of Boston. 

Rules and orders to be observed by the Fire Society, instituted 

in Falmouth, (now Portland), February 24th, 1783. Revised by 

the society in March, 1805. Also in March, 1816. Portland: 

Printed by A. & J. Shirley. 1816. 12mo. pp. 16. [8105 

By-Laws of the Relief Fire Society, instituted at Portland, January 
1, 1807. Portland: Printed by William E. Edwards <& Co. 1849. 
12mo. pp. 8. [8106 

Fire of 1866. Destruction of Portland. See Congdon, C T. 
The same. 1866. Full account of. See Elwell, Edward H. 
The same. 1866. The great conflagration. See Neal, John. 

The same. 1866. Paper concerning. See Once a Week. 10:484. 
(1866.) [8107 

The same. 1866. Incidents of. See Sewall, E. D. 

The same. 1866. The great fire. See Walker, George L. 

The same. 1866. The great Portland fire. See '* Fighting Fire.** 

Map, showing that portion of the city destroyed by fire, July 4, 
1866. W. H. Forbes & Co., Printers, 265 Washington Street, 
Boston. Size 17 1-2 by 12 inches. 

Report of the committee for the relief of Portland, New York, Au- 
gust, 1866. Brooklyn: The Union Steam Press, 10 Front Street, 
1866. 8vo. pp. 48. [8108 

Report of collections in Washington, D. C, in behalf of sufferers 
by the fire in Portland, Me. 1867. n. p. 8vo. pp. 7. [8109 

Act of Incorporation and Constitution of the Relief Association of 
the Portland Fire Department. Formed March 1848: By-laws re- 
vised Nov. 1851, and March, 1863. Incorporated Jan. 1852. Port- 
land: J. S. Staples, Printer, Transcript Job Office. 1870. 16mo. 
pp. 24. [8110 

The same. Portland: Printed by Ford & Perry. 1871. 16mo. pp. 
22. [8111 

History Fire Apparatus and Casco Engine Company. 1872. See 
Goold, William. 

Fire Service of Portland. A souvenir containing an account of the 
service from leather bucket times to the present fire department. 
The Portland Firemen^s Relief Association. Portland. 1888. 
8vo. pp. 64. (lUus.) [8112 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 805 

HISTORY AXD ANTIQUITIES. 

/ 

History of Portland, from 1682 to 1831. See Willis, William. 

The same, from 1Q34 to 1864. See Willis, William. 

Historical Item concerning. See Fogg, J. S. H. 

Submission of, to Massachusetts. 1658. See Black Point. 

Petition from, not to be under govemment of Gorges. 1665. See 
Hutchinson, Thomas. 

Pendleton's Letter upon attack of Casco. N. £. Reg. 1: 53. (1847.) 

[8113 

Indian Attack on. 1676. N. £. Reg. 31: 288. (1877.) [8114 

Deed to trustees of Falmouth. 1684. See Danforth, Thomas. 

Casco Lost (1690.) See Mather, Cotton. 

Fort Loyal, map of its position. (1690.) See Winsor, Justin. 

The same. Taken by Portneuf. See Charlevoix, P. F. X. 

The same. Account of its attack by the French. (1690.) N. Y. 
Col. Hist. Doc. 9: 472. (1856.) [8115 

Concerning settlement. 1717-18. See Moore, Mary J. 

Agreement of committee of Falmouth for settlement, 1729. Me. 
Rec. 1 : 160. (1884.) [8116 

Agreement of merchants not to purchase British manufactures. 
1769. Maine Rec. 1 : 9. (1884.) [8117 

Tax-payers in 1777. See Hall, Edward W. 

Impost Office. 1783-84. Maine Rec. 3: 16. (1886.) [8118 

Extracts from the journal of Rev. Thomas Smith, 1719-88. See Free- 
man, S. 

The same. 1849. See Willis, William. 

Extracts from the diary of Rev. Samuel Deane, 1761-1814. See Willis, 
William. 

Summary History of. 1849. See Willis, William. 

Chronicles of Casco Bay. 1850. See Colesworthy, D. C. 

Records of Falmouth, (now Portland, Maine). K. E. Reg. 14: 143, 
233. (1860.) 16:317,(1862.) 17:30,150,(1863.) [8119 

Ballads of. 1874. See Owen, Moses. 

Centennials of, 1675-1975. See Ilsley, Charles P. 

Early Records of Casco or Falmouth. (1883.) See May berry, S. P. 

Early Records of Casco or Falmouth. (1884.) See Sargent, W. M. 

Portland in the Past. 1886. See Goold, William. 

Schools of, to 1886. See Elwell, Edward H. 

21* 



306 BIBLIOGRAPHT OF MAINE. 

Portland, Continued. 

LBCrUBBS, SPEECHES, P0BH8, EULOGIES, ETC. 

Eulogy on Washington. 1800. See Parker, Isaac. 

Poem, anniversary Peace Society. 1826. See Mellen, Orenyille. 

Lectures on religion. 1833. See Rayner, Menzies. 

Lectures on religion. 1834. See Rayner, Menzies. 

Lecture. Duty of the American Teacher. 1844. See Bellows, 
John N. 

Lecture. Introduction of Natural History in Seminaries. 1844. 
See Brooks, Charles. 

Lecture. Some of the Dangers of Teachers. 1844. See Galloup, 
Daniel P. 

Lecture. Methods of Teaching to Read. 1844. See Green, Sam- 
uel S. 

Lecture. School Discipline. 1844. See Hale, Joseph. 

Lecture. Necessity of Education in a Republican Form of Govern- 
ment 1844. See Mann, Horace. 

Lecture. Some of the Obstacles to Greater Success of Common 
Schools. 1844. See Northend, Charles. 

Lecture. Female Education. 1844. See Russell, William. 

Lecture. The Religious Element in Education. 1844. See Stowe, 
Calvin E. 

Lecture. Classical Education. 1844. See Weld, Allen H. 
Charge to clergy Maine diocese. 1850. See Burgess, George. 
Charge to clergy Maine diocese. 1853. See Burgess, George. 
Eulogy on Daniel Webster, 1852. See Woods, Leonard. 

Lecture, before Maine Medical Reform Society. 1856. See Calkins, 
Marshall. 

Speech. 1858. See Davis, Jefferson. 

Lecture. Educational. 1864. See American Institute. 

Lecture. Ramble Amid the Rubbish of Theology. 1870. See Gk>old, 
Oliver A. 

Poem, Fourth of July. 1876. See Simpson, S. L. 

Poem, Memorial Day. 1885. See El well, Edward H. 

Poem, reunion Society Army Potomac. 1890. See King, Horatio. 

LIBRARIES. 

Catalogue of the library of the Portland Athenaeum: with the by- 
laws of the institution, adopted Feb. 19, 1849. Portland: Printed 
by Wm. Edwards & Co. 1849. 12mo. pp. 150. [8120 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 307 

Report of the directors of the Portland A then® am, submitted at 
the annnal meeting of the proprietors, October 1, 1851, together 
with the report of the treasurer. 8vo. pp. 6. [8] 21 

The same. 1852. 

Catalogue of books in the Apprentices^ library. Portland: Argus 
Office. 1843. 18mo. pp. 40. [8122 

Catalogue of the books of the library of the Maine Charitable 
Mechanic Association. Founded July, 1820. Revised June, 1875. 
Portland: Press of B. Thurston & Company. 1875. 12mo. pp. 28. 

[8123 

By-Laws of the proprietors of the Portland library: With the 
names of the proprietors and a catalogue of the books. Portland : 
Printed by Thomas B. Wait. 1806. 8vo. pp. 14. [8124 

By-Laws of the proprietors of the Portland library, (originally 
instituted A. D., 1763), with the names of the proprietors and a 
catalogue of the books. Portland: Printed by Arthur Shirley, 
No. 12 Jones* Row, Exchange Street. 1821. 16mo. pp. 32. [8125 

By-Laws and Regulations of the Portland AthensBum, Portland, 
1827. 12mo. [8126 

Catalogue of books in the Portland Athenaeum : with the by-laws 
and regulations of the institution. Portland: Shirley <& Hyde, 
Printers. Exchange Street. 1828. 12mo. pp. 52. [8127 

Catalogue of the library of the Portland Athenaeum. 1839. 12mo. 

[8128 

Charter, Constitution, By-Laws and Regulations of the Mercantile 
Library Association of Portland. (City seal.) Portland: Printed 
by Foster, Gerrish & Co. 1850. 8vo. pp. 15. [8129 

Mercantile Library Association. Supplemental catalogue, n. d. 
8vo. pp. 14. [8130 

Catalogue of the books in the library of the Mercantile Library 
Association, incorporated March, 1852. Rooms No. 106 1-2 
Middle, Comer Plum Street, Portland. Portland: Printed by 
David Tucker. 1865. 8vo. pp. 103. [8131 

Catalogue of the girls* library of the Portland High School. Port- 
land: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1866. 12mo. pp. 36. [8132 

Catalogue of the books in the library of the Mercantile Library 
Association, incorporated March, 1852. (Seal.) Portland: Printed 
by David Tucker. 1867. 12mo. pp. 75. [8133 

Catalogue of books in the library of the Mercantile Library Asso- 
ciation, incorporated March, 1852. (Seal.) Portland: Printed 
by David Tucker. 1873. 8vo. pp. 164. [8134 



308 BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

PoBTLAKD, Continued. 

Portland Institute and Public Library: Finding list for books, 
April 1, 1869, with supplementary list to June 1, 1809. The 
charter, laws, regulations, names of officers and life members 
and list of donations to the library. Portland, Me.: 1869. 8vo. 
pp. 119. [8135 

Finding Lists of the Portland Public Library. W. S. Jones, 
Publisher. B. Thurston <& Co., Printers, Portland. 18T7. 8vo. 
pp. 144. [8136 

Portland Public Library. Finding Lists of the Portland Public 
Library. (City seal.) Portland: Loring, Short & Harmon, 
Publishers. 1883. 8vo. pp. 184. [8137 

Dedicatory exercises of the Baxter Building, to the uses of the 

Portland Public Library and Maine Historical Society, Thursday, 

February 21, 1889. Illustrated with photogravures. Auburn, Me.: 

Lakeside Press, Printers and Binders. 1889. 8yo. pp. 35. [8138 

Contenti .-—Introduction (from the Portland Dally Press, Feb. 22, 18S8). 
The opening exercises; address on presentation by James P. Baxter; 
Response by Mayor Charles J. Chapman; address by Joseph W. Symonds; 
Remarks by James W. Bradbury; history of the Portland Institute and 
Public Library, by Edwin A. Noyes; address on presentation of Paul Akers' 
" Pearl Diver,** by William L. Putnam; Response by Edward H. Elwell; 
Poem : The Pearl Diver, by Elizabeth Akers. 

Finding Lists of the Portland Public Library. Portland: Loring, 
Short and Harmon, Publishers. 1888. 8vo. pp. 184. [8139 

Catalogue of the books in the Portland Public Library, with by- 
laws, regulations, names of officers and trustees and list of peri- 
odicals. 1890. Portland, Maine. Roy. 8to. pp. (1), yli, 425, (1). 

[8140 

First Annual Report of the Portland Public Library. 1890. (City 
seal.) Portland, Maine: Brown Thurston A Co., Printers. 1890. 
8vo. pp. 17. [8141 

Catalogue of the Park Street Sabbath-school library. 1867. Port- 
land: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1867. 16mo. pp. 31. [8142 

Catalogue of Sunday-school books. First Baptist Society, Portland, 
Me.: Printed by David Tucker. 1868. 16mo. pp. 16. [8143 

Catalogue of Casco Street S. S. library. 1871. Portland: Stephen 
Berry, Printer. 1871. 16mo. pp. 11. [8144 

Catalogue of books in the Congress Street Methodist Episcopal 
Church Sunday-school. Portland : Ford & Perry, Book Printers. 
1874. 16mo. pp. 16. [8145 

Catalogue of books in the library of the India Street Universalist 
Church Sunday-school. Portland: Geo. B. Bagley, Book and Job 
Printer. 1874. 16mo. pp. 24. [8146 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 309 

Catalogue of Free Street Baptist S. S. library, re-organized Sept. 
1874. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1874. 16mo. pp. 81. 

[8147 

Charter, Constitution, By-Laws and Regulations of the Mercantile 
Library Association of Portland. (Seal.) Portland: Printed by 
David Tucker. 1874. 8vo. pp. 32. [8148 

Catalogue of books in the library of the India Street Uniyersalist 
Sunday-school. Portland: Greo. B. Bagley, Book and Job Printer. 
1879. 16mo. pp. 24. [8149 

Catalogue of Free Street Baptist S. S. library. 1879. Portland: 
Stephen Berry, Printer. 1879. 16mo. pp.27. [81f>0 

Catalogue of the Congress Street Methodist Episcopal Church Sun- 
day-school. Portland: Press of Henry F. Perry & Co. 1880. 
16mo. pp. 19. [8151 

Catalogue of the Second Parish Sabbath-school library, Portland, 
Me. January, 1884. 16mo. pp. 12. [8152 

Catalogue of the Plymouth F. B. Sunday-school library. April 1, 
1885. Portland: Printed by B. Thurston A Co. 1885. 16mo. pp. 
16. [8153 

Catalogue of Free Street Baptist Sunday-school library. 1886. 
Portland: Owen, Strout & Co., Printers. 1886. 16mo. pp. 26. 

[8154 

Catalogue of the Congress Street M. £. Sunday-school library, Jan- 
uary, 1886. Portland: Hoyt, Fogg & Donham. 1886. 16nio. pp 
11. [8155 

Catalogue of the First F. B. Sunday-school library, February, 1888. 
Portland: Owen, Strout <fe Co., Printers. 1888. 16mo. pp. 16. [8156 

MAGAZINES. 

The Christian Monitor, or Theological Magazine. 1798-99. See 
Rand, John, and Burdick, William. 

Quarterly Religious Magazine. 1814-18, inclusive. 

Edward Payson, Asa Rand, D. Thurston and Francis Brown, were con- 
dacton. 

Christian Intelligencer and Gospel Advocate. 1821-27. See Street- 
er, Russell. 

Portland Magazine. 1835-36. See Stephens, Ann S. 

Maine Monthly Magazine. 1836. See Oilman, Charles. 

Colman*s Monthly Miscellany. 1839. See Colman, Samuel. 

Portland Eastern Rosebud. 1840. iSee Colesworthy, S. H. 

Family Instructor and Sabbath- School Visitor. 1841. See Flem- 
ing, L. D. 

Northern Home Magazine. 1858. 



310 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

PoBTLAND, Continued, 

Northern Monthly Magazine. 1864. See Weston, Edward P. 

Maine Journal of Education. 1870. See Stone, A. P. 

Portland Journal of Education. 1870. See Chase, A. E. 

The Ambassador. 1878-90. See Religious — Second Gongpregational 
Church. 

Maine Genealogical and Biographical Record. 1885-91. See Wat- 
son, S. M. 

MILITABT AKD NAVAL. 

Killed and Wounded at Falmouth. 1689. Me. Rec. 1: 196. (1884.) 

[8157 
Seige and Capture of Fort Loyal. 1690. See Hull, John T. 

Capt. Berry* s Account of the guard at the treaty with the Indians, 
Falmouth, 1754. Me. Rec. 3:98. (1886.) [8158 

Agreement between suppliers and scouters after Indians. Septem- 
ber 12th, 1757. Me. Rec. 1: U. (1884.) [8159 

Portland Rifle Company. Rules and regulations of the Portland 
Rifle Company. Portland: 1812. 16mo. [8160 

Privateers in War of 1812. (1884.) See Goold, William. 

By-Laws of the Portland Rifle Company. Adopted April 13, 1829. 
Together with the names of the officers and members. Portland : 
J. & W. E. Edwards, Printers. 1829. 24mo. pp. 8. [8161 

By-Laws, (as revised and finally adopted Oct. 6, 1854), of the Port- 
land Rifle Corps, being the **A" Company of riflemen in the 
First Regiment, Second Brigade and Fifth Division of the Maine 
Volunteer Militia, organized June 12, 1811, re-organized July 10, 
1854. Portland: Printed by Foster <& Gerrish. 1854. 18mo. pp. 
13. [8162 

Portland Light Infantry, account of excursion to Montreal, 1859. 
See Starbird, Samuel T. 

History Rifle Corps. 1810-61. See Goold, William. 

Constitution and By-Laws of the Portland Army and Navy Union, 
organized June, 1866. Portland: Gosse, Newhall A Co. Printers. 
1870. 16mo. pp. 19. [8163 

The same. Portland: Harmon, Paine & Co. Printers. 1875. 16mo. 

pp. 27. [8164 

Grand Army of the Republic, Portland, Me. Portland: Stephen 

Berry, Printer. 1883. 16mo. pp. 37. [8165 

Soldiers* and Sailors* Monument Fair, Portland Maine. Portland 
soldiers and sailors. A brief sketch of the part they took in the 
War of the Rebellion. Published for sale at the fair held in Port- 
land, June 2-7, 1884, in aid of the soldiers' and sailors* monu- 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 311 

ment. By members of Bosworth Post, Grand Army of the Re- 
public. Portland: Printed by B. Thurston & Co. 1884. 8yo. pp. 
56. [8166 

Souvenir of the 19th annual encampment, G. A. R. 

** Then Freedom sternly said, I ehon 
No strife nor pang beneath the sun, 
When human rights are staked and won." 

WHrrrnsB. 

Cook and Saunders, Publishers. Portland: Harris & Williams, 
Book and Job Printers. 1886. 16mo. pp. 48. [8167 

Souvenir and official profpramme: of the nineteenth annual encamp- 
ment of the Grand Army of the Republic, at Portland, Me., June 
22d to 27th, 1886. Portland, Me.: Press of Ford & Rich, comer 
Exchange and Fore Streets, n. d. 8vo. pp. 64. (Engr.) [8167a 

Reunion Society Army Potomac at. 1890. See Society Army Po- 
tomac. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

General Review of proceedings concerning city government. 1820. 
See Neal, John. 

Sanitary Condition of Portland. 1849. See Gilman, J. T. 

Operation of the liquor law in. 1852. See Dow, Neal. 

Report of the committee on the riot of 1856. See Willis, William. 

Review of the testimony before the inquest Riot of 1856. See 
Ware, Joseph A. 

Account of riot. 1866. See Robbins, John. 

The Law of the riot 1866. See Daveis, Charles S. 

Practical Effects of the Maine Law in. 1856. See Farewell, A. 

The Theatre in Portland Sixty Years Ago. (1864.) See Weston, 
Isaac. 

Performance of oratorio of St. Peter, at 1878. See Paine, John K. 

Sanitary Condition of. 1877. See Gerrish, F. H. 

Portland Time-Tables, fall and winter. 1880-81. Published by M 
H. Cleaves, Portland, Me. 16mo. pp. 24. [8168 

Results of emplo3rnient of police matrons at. 1882. See Charities, 
or Devall, Sarah W. 

Oyster Business of. 1882. See IngersoU, Earnest 

Rules and Regulations of the school committee of Portland, adopt- 
ed October 8, 1883. Portland, Me.: Printed by B. Thurston & Co. 
1883. 8vo. pp. 64. [8169 

Title to certain islands. 1883. See Hull, John T. 
Portland Election. 1888. (Rhymes.) See Norwood, Elias. 



312 BIBLIOOBAPHT OF MAINE. 

POBTLAND, Continued. 

OBATIONB. 
FOUKTH OF JULY. 

1793. See Deane, Samuel. 

1795. See Kellogg, Elijah. 

1796. See Davis, Daniel. 

1797. See Symmes, William. 

1799. See Stoddard, Amos. 
1801. See Willard, Samuel. 
1808. See Hilliard, Timothy. 

1804. See Longfellow, Stephen. 

1805. See Taylor, Joshua. 

1806. See French, Ebenezer. 
1808. See Freeman, William. 
1815. See Carter, Nathaniel H. 
1817. See Pope, Joseph. 
1817. See Ware, Ashur. 

1824. See Emerson, A. L. 

1825. See Kelly, Albert L. 
1827. See Fessenden, William P. 
1829. See Freeman, William. 
1829. See Dow, Neal. 

1838. See Appleton, John. 

1838. See Neal, John. 

1861. See Dwight, William T. 

HISGELULirEOUS. 

1800. On music. See Emerson, Samuel. 

1801. Masonic. See Hopkins, James D. 

1890. Reunion Society Army Potomac. 1890. See Walker, Francis 
A. 

PUBLIC WOBKS. 

Portland and Montreal Railroad. Report of route, 1844. See Hall, 
James. 

The Charter and By-Laws of the Atlantic and St Lawrence Rail- 
road Company. Incorporated Feb. 10, 1845. Portland : Thurs- 
ton, Fenley & Co., Printers. 1845. 12mo. pp. 24. r8170 

Rules and Regulations for the introduction of gas and for exten- 
sions and alterations of gas fittings: together with the terms 
upon which the public will be supplied with gas by the Portland 
Gas Light Company. Portland: F. W. Nichols <& Co., Printers. 
15 Exchange Street. 1850. 8yo. pp. 8. [8171 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 313 

Across the Continent. Atlantic and Pacific Railway. Portland 
and Rutland Railroad. Official report of the corporation, April 
30, 1868. Portland: Brown Thurston & Co. 1858. 8vo. pp.59. 

[8172 

Reports of the Commissioners on Portland harbor, accompanied by 
statistics of commerce, railways, <fec, of the state of Maine, and city 
of Portland, and by proceedings and correspondence of the city 
government. Portland : Printed by David Tucker. 1855. 8vo. pp. 
61. (Map.) [8173 

Report of the commissioners on improvement of the north eastern 
front of the city of Portland. Portland, Me. From the Press of 
F. O. Rich, 1869. 8vo. pp. 16. (Folded map.) [8174 

Report of the committee on the harbor. Portland: Printed by 
David Tucker, 1870. 8vo. pp. 9. [8176 

Portland and Ogdensburg Railroad. To holders of the joint sink- 
ing fund gold bonds of the Vermont division of the Portland and 
Ogdensburg trunk railroad line, and all desiring to convert their 
5-20 and other high-priced bonds into an equally safe and more 
profitable security. G. Opdyke & Co., K. T. (1871.) 12mo. pp. 
12. [8176 

Portland and Ogdensburg Railroad. Vermont division of the Port- 
land and Ogdensburg trunk railroad line. A statement, showing 
the condition of the enterprise, progress of the work, (etc.) St. 
Johnsbury, Vermont, (1871. Pub. by the executive committee.) 
8vo. pp. 16. [8177 

Same. N. Y. : Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck. 1871. 8vo. pp. 24. 

[8178 

The Portland and Ogdensburg Railroad Line. 1872. See Wells, Wal- 
ter. 

The Portland and Ogdensburg Railroad Line, eastern division, Ver- 
mont division. The resources, population, wealth, business, man- 
ufacturing capabilities, and tourist attractions of the country 
tributary thereto. Also, its relation to the territory and com- 
merce of the Great Lakes. Portland : 1873. 8vo. n. p. pp. 170. 
(Map and wood illus.) [8179 

Portland Water Company. Water supply, rates, rules and regula- 
tions, with a sketch of its history, charter, etc., etc. (Mono- 
gram.) Portland: Printed by William M. Marks. 1881. 8vo. pp. 
55. [8180 

PUBLICATIONS BELATINO TO. 

A Collection of pamphlets issued by committee on public safety. 
1809. See Embargo. 

Housewright^s Rules of Work for the town of Portland, 1819. 
Printed by A. & J. Shirley, 1819. 8vo. pp. 24. [8181 



314 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

POBTLAND, Continued. 

Portland Sketch Book. 1835. See Stephens, Ann S. 

Portland Sacred Music Society's Collection Church Music. 1839. 
See Paine, David. 

School is Out. By D. C. Colesworthy. 1876. [8182 

A poem, with notes giving biographical sketches of 348 Portland people, 
many of whom were schoolmates of the author. 

History of a Ring. 18T7. See Baxter, James P. 

Our Street 1880. See Clark, S. R. Graham. 

The Boys of '35. 1882. See Elwell, Edward H. 

The Triangular Society. 1886. See Akers, Elizabeth. 

BELIGI0U8. 
OBlfERAL. 

Churches of Portland. See Thwing. E. P. 

BAPTIST. 

First Baptist Church, historical notice. Am. Bapt Memorial. 
18:334. (1864.) [8183 

Trial before the Free Will Baptist church. 1861. See Merrill, W. P. 

Directory of the occupants of pews in the First Baptist church, of 
Portland, Maine, April Ist, 1871. With historical notes of the 
progress of the church and society to the present time. Portland : 
Printed by Ford <fe Perry. 1871. 16mo. pp. 16. [8184 

Free Street Baptist Church: The semi-centennial anniversary 
Portland: Sept. 26, 27, 1886. Portland, Me.: 1887. 8yo. pp. 88. 
(Illus.) [8185 

CATHOLIC. 

Dioecesis Portlandensis. Documenta Quadem. 1879. Excudebat 
Stephanus Berry. Portland, Me. : 8to. pp. 7. [8186 

CONOREOATIONAL. 

Second Church, covenant, articles of faith, and regulations of the 

■ Second Congregational church, Portland, Me. With catalogue 

of its members, June, 1852. Portland: A Shirley & Son, Printers. 

1852. 24mo. pp. 32. [8187 

Covenant, Articles of Faith, and Regulations of the Second Congre- 
gational church, Portland, Me. With a catalogue of its members, 
January, 1860. Portland: Printed by David Tucker. 1860. 
24mo. pp. 33. [8188 

The Ambassador. Published monthly by the Second Congre- 
gational church. 1878-90. 4to. [8189 

Accoant of centennial anniversary of the church, 9 : 863. (1888.) See also, 
Cumberland Association. 

Articles of Faith and Covenant, adopted by the Third Congrega- 
tional church of Christ in Portland ; together with the rules and 



BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 315 

regulations for its government and discipline. Organized Sept. 
9, 1825. Portland: Shirley and Edwards, Printers. 1826. 12mo. 
pp. 24. [8190 

Articles of Faith and Covenant, adopted by the Third Congrega- 
tional church of Christ in Portland : together with the rules and 
regulations for its government and discipline. Organized Sep- 
tember 9, 1825. Portland: Arthur Shirley, Printer. 1832. 24mo. 
pp. 33. (Appendix.) [8191 

List of members belonging to the Third Congregational church of 
Christ in Portland, June, 1841. Portland: Arthur Shirley <& Son. 
1841. 16mo. pp. 14. [8192 

Statement of tl|e Third Congregational church of Portland, Maine, 
in relation to the call and ministerial labors of Rev. Jeremiah E. 
Walton, and the action of ecclesiastical councils. Published by 
order of the church. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1865. 
8vo. pp 16. [8193 

History of the Third church. 1868. See Walton, J. E. 

Convenant, Aiticles of Faith and Rules of the High Street Congre- 
gational church, Portland, Maine. With a catalogue of its mem- 
bers, November, 1846. Printed for the use of the members. 
Portland: Thurston, Foster & Co., Printers. 12mo. pp. 48. [8194 
Compiled by E. F. Daren. 

Convenant, Articles of Faith and Rules of High Street Congrega- 
tional church, Portland, Me. With a catalogue of its members, 
January, 1855. Printed for the use of the members. Portland : 
1855. 12mo. pp. 68. [8195 

Cbarch organized Sept. 9, 1831. Catalogue 1b very minute. 

Articles of Faith and Rules of the High Street Congregational 
church, Portland, Me., with a catalogue of its members. July, 
1868. Printed for the use of the members. Portland: Printed 
by B. Thurston & Co 1868. dvo. pp. 94. [8196 

Reminiscences of High Street church. 1881. See Deane, Llewellyn. 

1831-1881. Services at the semi-centennial of High Street church 
Portland: Brown Thurston A Co., Printers, n. d. sq. 16mo. 
pp. 87. (Five diagrams of pews and occupants.) [8197 

Sermon by Rev. WUliam H. Fenn. 

Proceedings of the State Street church, with result of an ecclesias- 
tical council and the vote of the church, and the reasons there- 
for. Portland : Printed by Staples & Lunt 1856. 8vo. pp. 16. 

[8198 
In reference to withdrawing and forming a new church. 

Catalogue of the State Street church, Portland, Maine. January, 
1872. Portland: Printed at the Christian Mirror Office. 1872. 
16mo. pp. 12. [8199 



316 BJBLIOOBAPHT OF MAINE. 

PoBTLAKD, Continued, 

Union Conf^^egational Church. Coyenant, articles of faith and 
rules of the Union Congregational church, Portland, He. With 
a catalogue of its members May, 1B57. Printed for the use of 
the members. Portland: Printed by Brown Thurston & Co., 
1857. 8vo. pp. 36. [8200 

The Articles of Faith and Covenant, of the St Lawrence Street 
church, Portland. With a list of the members. November, 1858. 
Printed by B. Thurston. [8201 

Historical sketch by Rev. J. W. Chlckering. 

The Manual of the St. Lawrence Street Congregational church, 
Portland, Maine. 1884. 

" Unto him be glory in the church, by Christ Jesus, through all ages world 

without end, Amen.** 

£ph.3:21. 

Portland: Hoy t, Fogg & Donham. 103 Middle Street. 12mo. pp. 75. 

[8202 
Catalogue of the St. Lawrence Street Sunday-school library. Port- 
land : Printed by South worth Bros. 1889. 24mo. pp. 29. [820S 

Annual Beport and Directory of the Williston Congregational 
church, Portland, Me. Portland: Press of B. Thurston & Com- 
pany. 1880. 12mo. pp. 24. [8204 

Manual of Williston church. Portland, Me.: Press of B. Thurston 
& Company. 1880. 12mo. pp. 36. [8205 

Tenth Anniversary Memorial and Directory of Williston church, 
1873-83. Portland, Me.: Printed by B. Thurston & Company. 
1883. 12mo. pp. 40. [8206 

EPISCOPAL. 

Extracts from i-ecords St. Paul's church. 1763-1817. See Hull, John 

T. 

History of the Episcopal Church. Portland, 1853. 8vo. [8207 

Only 2O0 copies printed. 

History of the Episcopal Church. 1863. See Perry, William S. 

St. PauPs Church, Portland. Laying of the corner stone, Wednesday, 
November 4, MDCCCLXVIIL Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 
MDCCCLXVIIL 16mo. pp. 11. [8208 

Annual Report, Constitution and By-Laws of the Employment So- 
ciety of St. Luke's Cathedral. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 
1869. 16mo. pp. 12. [8200 

St. Luke's Cathedral Church. Consecration and dedication. 1877. 
See Dix, Morgan. 

St. Luke's Cathedral, Portland. The parish book for the year of 
our Lord 1881. Stephen Berry, Printer. 16mo. pp. 24. [8210 

St. Stephen's Church, history of. 1886. See Dalton, Asa. 

St. Luke's Cathedral, description. 1889. See Shinn, George W. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 317 

MAHIKEBS' CHUBOH. 

Statement of the plan and object of the Mariners* church, Port- 
land. 1829. 8yo. pp. 14. [8211 

Memorial of the trustees. 1829. [8212 

MKTHODI8T. 

Directory of the Pine Street M. E. church, congregation and Sab- 
bath-school, Portland. 1878. B. Thurston & Co., Printers. 16mo. 
pp. 32. [8213 

History Chestnut Street Methodist church. 1887. See Bashford, J. 
W. 

Constitution and By-Laws of the Chestnut Street Church Oxford 
League. Portland: Harris & Williams, Printers. 1888. 16mo. 
pp. 7. [8214 

MIKIHTBY AT LABOE. 

First Annual Report. 1850. See Waterston, R. C. 
Preble Chapel, dedication of. 1851. See Waterston, R. C. 
Third Annual Report. 1853. See Hadley, William H. 
Disturbance at 1856. See Hadley, William H. 
Fourth Annual Report. 1853. See Hadley, William H. 
Sixth Annual Report. 1855. See Hadley, William H. 

KEW JEBU8ALEM. 

History New Jerusalem Society. 1883. See Perkins, David P. 

UNITABIAK. 

Early Unitarianism in. (1812.) See Belsham, Thomas. 

Dedication to the young men of the First Parish in Falmouth, n. t. 
p. 12mo. pp. 20. [8215 

Dedication stone church. 1826. See Nichols, Ichabod. 

Sunday-school Regulations, First Parish, Portland. Instituted, 
April, 1820. Portland: Thomas Todd, Printer, 2 Union Street. 
1827. 16mo. pp. 8. [8216 

Unitarianism in. 1848. See Carey, S. 

The Fiftieth Anniversary of the dedication of the meeting-house 

of the First Parish, Portland, Maine, February 8, 1826. Not 

published. Printed by request of the First Parish. 1876. 8vo. 

pp. 32. [8217 

Address of Rev. Thomas Hill, D. D., occupies pp. 3-16. 

Articles of Organization of the Portland (Maine), branch of the 
National Alliance of Unitarian and other Liberal Christian Wo- 
men. Adopted 1882. Revised 1891. Portland: Stephen Berry, 
Printer. 1891. 16mo. pp. 8. [8218 



318 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

PoBTiJL2n>, Continued. 

UMIVXBSALIST. 

The Profession of Faith, Bond of Union and Peace, and Church Or- 
ganization and GoYemment of the First Universalist church of 
Christ. 

*' Beloved, when I gave all diligence to write nnto yon of the common aal- 
vation, it was needful for me— to exhort yon, that ye should contend earn- 
estly for the faith which was once delivered to the saints. " 

JUDB. 

** Saying unto Ahraham, and in thy seed (Christ) with all the kindreds of 
the earth be blessed. " 

Jkhovah. 

Portland: Printed by Todd A Smith. 1822. 12mo. pp. 8. [8219 

Fiftieth Anniversary of the First Universalist society, Portland, 
He., Tuesday, April 18, 1871. Portland: 1871. 8vo. pp. 47. [8220 

First Universalist Church, (Congress Square,) Portland, Maine, Rev. 
Henry Blanchard, pastor. The twenty -fifth anniversary of the 
dedication, Thursday, Feb. 13th, 1860, at 3.00 P. M. Parish com- 
mittee: George Trefethen, chairman, Edward A. Gray, secretary, 
Arthur S. Megquire, George E. Davis, Samuel F. Bearce. n. p. 
(Portland), n. d. (1890.) 12mo. pp. 24, (1). [8221 

BEBMONB. 

Ordination Samuel Deane. 1764. See Meriam, Jonas. 
Four Sermons to young men. 1774. See Deane, Samuel. 
Ordination Elijah Kellogg. 1788. See Thacher, Peter. 
Dedication Second church. 1788. See Kellogg, Elijah. 
On Rev. Thomas Smith. 1795. See Deane, Samuel. 
Thanksgiving. 1797. See Kellogg, Elijah. 
** A Golden Sermon.*' 1809. See Smith, Elias. 
Ordination Ichabod Nichols. 1809. See Barnard, Thomas. 
Ordination Nathan S. S. Beeman. 1810. See Bailey, Kiah. 
At opening new meeting house. 1811. See Blood, Caleb. 
Missionary. 1811. See Ward, Jonathan. 
National Fast. 1812. ^ee Beeman, Nathan S. S. 
Installation Elijah Kellogg. 1812. See Miltimore, William. 
Missionary. 1812. See Payson, Edward. 
The Sabbath. 1814. See Appleton, Jesse. 
On the death of a son. 1814. See Miltimore, William. 
Education for the Ministry. 1819. See Appleton, Jesse. 
Ordination T. J. Murdock. 1819. See Porter, Ebenezer. 
Thanksgiving. 1320. See Payson, Edward. 
On the rich man and Lazarus. 1822. See Streeter, Russell. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 319 

Explanatory. 1822. See Streeter, Russell. 

Missionary. 1823. See Loomis, Harvey. 

Thanksgiving. 1824. See Cressey, Noah. 

Ordination Samuel H. Peckham. 1825. See Smith, John. 

Installation Charles Jenkins. 1825. See Dwight, Edward S. 

Before Cumberland Conference. 1826. 5eeMead, Asa. 

Before Bible Society. 1826. See Allen, William. 

Thanksgiving. 1827. See Bisbe, John, Jr. 

Installation Bennett Tyler. 1827. See Beecher, Lyman. 

On Christian Deportment. 1828. See Ripley, Thomas B. 

Ordination E. Thresher, Jr. 1829. See Sharp, Daniel. 

Before Universalist Society. 1829. See King, Thomas F. 

Before Prayer-Book Society. 1831. See Doane, George W. 

St. Paul a Universalist. 1831. See Rayner, Menzies. 

Heathen without Gospel. 1832. See Tyler, Bennett. 

On death of Rev. George Leonard. 1832. See Babcock, Rufus. 

Missionary. 1833. See Pomeroy, Swan L. 

Thanksgiving. 1836. See Dwight, William T. 

Missionary. 1838. See Humphrey, Heman. 

Fear of Gk>d Only True Courage. See Chickering, J. W. 

Ordination Cyrus Hamlin. 1838. See Maltby, John. 

Missionary. 1842. See Wood, S. D. 

On American Universalism. 1843. See Hill, M. 

Missionary. 1847. See Frost, Charles. 

On Rev. Sylvester Judd. 1853. See Cutler, Rufus P. 

Missionary. 1855. See Fessenden, Samuel C. 

Installation Horatio Stebbins. 1855. See Ellis, George E. 

Dedication St. Lawrence chapel. 1858. See Kellogg, Elijah. 

Funeral Rev. Ichabod Nichols. 1859. See Peabody, Andrew P. 

In memory Rev. Ichabod Nichols. 1859. See Stebbins, Horatio. 

Thanksgiving. 1859. See Walker, George L. 

Missionary. 1859. See Maltby, John. 

On social alliance. 1859. See Sadler, L. L. 

Before Y. M. Christian Association. 1860. See Walker, George L. 

Before First Maine Regiment 1861. See Bosworth, G. W. 

On offered national regeneration. 1861. See Walker, George L. 

Missionary. 1862. See Fiske, John O. 

On civil war. 1862. See Templeton, P. B. 

Thanksgiving. 1862. See Carruthers, John J. 



320 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

PoBTLAKD, Continued. 

National Fast. 1863. See Walker, George L. 

Centenary Maine Episcopacy. 1863. See Perry, William S. 

Thanksgiving. 1864. See Walker, George L. 

State Fast 1864. See Walker, George L. 

On J. C. Churchill. 1865. See Atwood, I. M. 

Missionary. 1865. See Adams, John C. 

Thanksgiving. 1868. See Fenn, William H. 

Memorial. 1871. See Fenn, William H. 

The Life Is More Than Meat. 1873. See Hill, Thomas. 

Missionary. 1876. See Dickerman, George S. 

In St Stephen^s church. 1876. See Dalton, Asa. 

Consecration St. Luke^s cathedral. 1877. See Diz, Morgan. 

On Ether Shepley. 1877. See Hinks, Edward Y. 

On the perfection of the Bible. 1870. See Barrows, John H. 

Missionary. 1881. See Fisher, William P. 

Death of Garfield. 1881. See Dickinson, C. A. 

Semi-Centennial High Street church. 1881. See Fenn, William H. 

Missionary. 1882. See Goodwin, Edwin P. 

Centennial Cumberland Conference. 1888. See Barbour, William M. 

Centennial Cumberland Conference. 1888. See Smyth, Egbert C. 

Pobt-Offices IN Eastern Maine (Eably). Bang. H. M. 1:12. (1865.) 

PosTLETHWAYT, Malacht. 1707 (?)-67. English author. 

Universal Dictionary of Trade and Commerce. 4to. n. pp. Lon- 
don, 1766. [8222 
An article entitled ** Indian Affairs In North America," la reputed to have 
been written by Gen. William Llthgow, of Georgetown. See Me. Hist. Soc. 
Coll. 5:417. (1867.) 

Pots, Jbbemy. Portland. 

Strictures on the life of Capt. Jeremy Pote. Portland: 1708. [8223 

PoTTEB, Albert Knioht, D. D. 

In Memoriam. Rev. William Hosmer Shailer, D. D. An address 
before the Maine Baptist state convention, at Skowhegan, Oct. 5, 
1881. By Rev. Albert K. Potter, D. D. n. d. n. p. (PortUuid: B. 
Thurston & Co.) sm. 4to. pp. 24. [8224 

POTTBB, Alonzo, D. D., LL. D. 1800-65. P. E. Bishop, Philadelphia. 

Editor, Lectures on the evidence of Christianity. Philadelphia: 

E. H. Butler & Co. 1855. 8vo. [8225 

Lecture by Rev. George Burgess, D. D., biahop of Maine : ** The Modem 
Necromancy no Argument against the Gospel," pp. dOlSSl. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 321 

Potter, Babbett. 17T7-1865. Lawyer, Portland. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1868. 8ee Willis, William. 

Potteb, Babbett. b. 1867. Lawyer, Brunswick. 

Oration by Barrett Potter, delivered in Pikers opera house, Calais, 
Maine, July fourth, 1882. Printed by vote of the city government. 
Calais Times Press, (n. d.) 8vo. pp. 8. [8226 

Potteb, Chandleb Eastman. 1807-68. Lawyer, Manchester, N. H. 

LovewelPs Expeditions. The Farmer^s Monthly Visitor, Dec.« 

1863. pp. 363-365. [8227 

Appendix to ** Language of the Abnaquies. '* Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 

4:185. (1856.) [8228 

Alibone says *' He Is author of two addresses on Penobscot Indians. *' 

Potteb, Hobatio, D. D. 1802-07. P. E. bishop of New York. 

The Light of the World. A sermon preached at the consecration 
of the Right Rev. Henry A. Neely, D. D., as bishop of Maine. 
By the Rt. Rev. Horatio Potter, D. D., LL. D., D. 6. L., bishop of 
New York. In Trinity chapel, New York, on the 26th day of 
January, 1867. Being the feast of the conversion of Saint Paul. 
New York: F. J. Huntington & Co., 459 Broome Street. 8vo. pp. 
32. [8229 

Potteb, James. 

Narration of the experience, travels and labours of Elder James 
Potter, minister of the gospel, and pastor of the baptized church 
in Bowdoin, Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Published by re- 
quest ot many of the friends of Zion. Boston: Printed by Lin- 
coln & Edmands, 53 Comhill. 1813. 16mo. pp. 34. [8230 

Potteb, L. F. Limestone. 

Essay on farming, and other poems. By L. F. Potter, n. p. n. d. 
(1889.) sm. 4to. pp. 12. [8231 

POUCHET, Db. F. a. 

The Architecture of God. The wonders of creation. The infinite- 
ly great and the infinitely little. By Dr. F. A. Pouchet, corre- 
sponding member of the Institute of France (Academic Des 
Sciences), and of the Royal Institute of Italy; director of the 
Museum of Natural History at Rouen; officer of the Legion of 
Honor, etc. Illustrated by 270 engravings, from drawings by A. 
Faguet, Mesnel and E. Bayard. Portland, Me.: H. Hallett & Co. 
n. d. 8vo. pp. 783. [8232 

^The Universe; or the wonders of creation. The infinitely great 

and the infinitely little. By F. A. Pouchet, M. D., corresponding 
member of the Institute of France (Acad^mie Des Sciences), and 
of the Royal Institute of Italy; director of the Museum of Natural 
History at Rouen; officer of the Legion of Honor, etc. Seventh 

22» 



322 BIBLIOOBAPHT OF MAINE. 

PoucHET, Db. F. a., Continued. 

edition. niuBtrated by 270 engraTings on wood, from drawings 
by A. Fagnet, Mesnel and Emile Bayard. Portland, Maine. H. 
Hallett & Company. 8vo. pp. 761. [823S 

PowBLL Family. 

NoticeB of the Powell family, and extracts from manuscripts of T. 
D. Powell. Given to Eliza Susan Quincy, 1848, by the nephew of 
Mrs. Powell, — John Bromfleld, Esq., of Boston, and copied by 
her for the Maine Historical Society. 1869. 5 Park Street, Bos- 
ton. Me. Hist Soc Coll. 7: 231. (1876.) [8234 

POWKLL, Jebbmiah. 1714-84. North Yarmouth. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1842. See Bradford, Alden. 
Sketch of. 1890. See Loring, Amasa. 

PowELii, John Wesley, D. D., LL. D. Geologist, Washington, D. C. 

Eighth Annual Report of the United States geological survey, to 

the secretary of the interior, 1886-87, by J. W. Powell, director. 

Washington: Government Printing Office. 1889. 8vo. pp. six, 

1061. [8235 

Contains " The Geology of The IsUuid of Mount Desert, ** by Nathaniel 8. 
Shaler, pp. 9S7-1061, accompanied by a large geological map of the island, a 
map of the qoarternary deposits, eleven full-page plates of scenery and 
twenty-three smaller diagrams and illustrations. 

PowBBS, Llewellyn, vs. Thbodobe Caby. Report of trial. 1874. See 
Pulsifer, J. D. 

Powers, Jonathan. 1762-1807. Clergyman, Penobscot. 
Sermon and elegy on. 1807. See Fisher, Jonathan. 

Powers, Peter. 1729-1800. Clergyman, Deer Isle. 

An Humble Inquiry into the nature of covenanting with God. By 
the Rev. Peter Powers, pastor of the church at Deer Isle. Printed 
at Newburyport, by Blunt & March, 1796. 8vo. pp. 44. [8236 

Letters concerning revival of religion in Deer Isle, 1799. See Brief 

Account: also Woodward, William W. 

PowNAL. Incorporated 1808. 

Sermon. Funeral P. Chapin. See Cummings, Ana. 
Old Times in. See Corliss, A. W. 

PowNALBOROUGH. Incorporated 1760. Xame changed to Dresden, 
1794. See Dresden, and also Wiscasset. 

PowNALL, Fort. See Stockton Springs. 

PowNALL, Thomas. 1722-1805. Governor of Massachusetts, 1767-60. 

Letter to Sir William Pepperrell, 1758. N. H. Hist. Soc. Coll. 6: 131. 

(1850.) [8287 

Relative to an affected French-Indian attack. 



BIBLIOORAPHY OF MAINE. 323 

Journal of a voyaf^e from Boston to Penobscot River, Hay, 1759 

With notes, by Joseph Williamson. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 5: 863. 
(1857.) [8238 

— -^Certificate of taking possession of the Penobscot. 1759. See Wil- 
liamson, Joseph. 

A Topographical Description of such parts of North America as are 

contained in the (annexed) map of the Middle British Colonies, 

Ac. in North America. By T. Pownall, M. P. late governor, &c, 

Ac. of His Majesty's provinces of Massachusetts Bay and South 

Carolina, and lieutenant governor of New Jersey. London: 

Printed for J. Almon, opposite Burlington House, in Piccadilly- 

MDCCLXXVI. fo. pp. vi, 46, 16. (Folded map.) [8289 

Id 1779, the author prepared a new and enlarged edition which was never 
printed. The new matter introduced in manuscript, inchided the narrative 
of his travels in America, and an additional map of the southern colonies. 
This Interesting^yolume was sold by Messrs Bangs, Brothent & Co., at N. Y., 
in 1854, for $63. See Catalogue Welf ord*ft sale, Nos. 1346, 1342. 

Sabim. 

Biographical Sketch of, with portrait. 1886. See Fowler, Robert L. 

Pratt, Hobacb S. 

Sermon, delivered at Fryeburg, Maine, on the 4th of July, 1828, 
By Rev. Horace S. Pratt, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, 
St. Mary^s Georgia. *' He is a freeman whom the truth makes 
free.** Portland: Shirley & Hyde, Printers. 1828. 12mo. pp. 31. 

[8240 
Pbatt, Mb8. Isabel. 1729-1829. Hebron. 

Sermon on completion of her hundredth birthday. 1829. See Pid- 
gin, William. 

Pratt, Jacob Loring. 18*35-1891. Clergyman, Strong. 

Evening Rest, or under the shadow of the Great Shepherd. By L. 
L. Boston: Published by D. Lothrop & Co. Dover, N. H. G. T. 
Day A Co. 16mo. pp. 830. [8241 

Branches of Palm. By L. L. Boston: Published by D. Lothrop & 

Co. Dover, N. H.: G. T. Day & Co. 16mo. pp. 334. [8242 

Broken Fetters. By L. L., author of ** Evening Rest'* and 

** Branches of Palm.'' Boston: Published by D. Lothrop & Co. 
Dover, N. H.: G. T. Day & Co. 16mo. pp. 334. [8243 

The Mask Lifted. By Erving Campbell. Boston: Published by 

Henry Hoyt, No. 9 Cornhill. 16mo. pp. 319. [8244 

^—Bonnie Aerie. By L. L. Boston: Published by D. Lothrop <& Co. 
12mo. pp. 337. [8245 

^Meoca. By F. H. North, author of '* The Mask Lifted." Boston: 

Published by Henry Hoyt, No. 9 Cornhill. 16mo. pp. 290. [8246 



324 BIBLIOORAPHY OF MAINE. 

Pbatt, Jacob Lobino, Continued, 

^The Crown of Silver. By J. L. Pratt Published by Ira Bradley & 

Co., Boston, Mass. 16mo. pp. 183. [8247 

The Other Giant. By Rev. J. Loring Pratt. Golden Rule, (1886.) 

[8248 
Pbatt, Jambs. 1809-74. Clergyman, Portland, 1840-58. 

An Address delivered before the Pnyxian Club, at their third anni- 
versary, February 13, 1840, in Park Street church, Portland, 
Maine. By Rev. James Pratt. Portland: Arthur Shirley, Printer, 
1840. 12mo. pp. IG. [824d 

Pbatt, Johit Fbank. 5. Greene, 1830. Physician, Chelsea, Mass. 

North Yarmouth Light Infantry. 1804. O. T. 7:1032. [8250 

Amos Davis's Deposition. 1787. (Concerning Androscoggin Falls.) 

Communicated by Dr. J. F. Pi*att, Chelsea, Mass. Me. Rec. 1: 83. 
(1884.) [8251 

^Petition of inhabitants of Deer Isle and Sedgwick, for aid in 1775. 

From Mass. Archives. (Communicated by J. F. Pratt, M. D. Chel- 
sea.) Bang. H. M. 2: 103. (1886.) [8252 

Petition to the General Court of Massachusetts. 1789. From what 

was incorporated into the town of Prospect. Feb. 24, 1794. Com- 
municated by John F. Pratt, of Chelsea, Mass. Bang. H. M. 
2: 209. (1887.) [8253 

Islesboro. Petition from inhabitants of Long Island. (1787.) Com- 
municated by Dr. John F. Pratt, of Chelsea, Mass. Bang. H. M. 
2:216. (1887.) [8254 

Petition from Frankfort 1790. Communicated by J. F. Pratt, 

Chelsea, Mass. Bang. H. M. 3: 44. (1887.) [8255 

Buck's Harbor Settlement, now in Machiasport. From Massachu- 
setts Archives. Bang. H. M. 3:5. (1888.) [8256 

Petition from inhabitants of Majabagwaduce, now Penobscot and 

Castine, to Governor Francis Bernard, 1763. From the archives 
of Massachusetts. Contributed by Dr. John F. Pratt, of Chelsea, 
Mass. Bang. H. M. 3: 104. (1887.) [8257 

Petition from Frankfort, 1807, for military company. From Massa- 
chusetts Archives. Communicated by John F. Pratt, of Chelsea, 
Mass. Bang. H. M. 3: 150. (1888.) [8258 

Petition from Penobscot River to the General Court 1777. Con- 
tributed by John F. Pratt, of Chelsea, Mass. (From Massachu- 
setts Archives, Vol. CLXXXIII, page 261.) Bang. H. M. 4: 12. 
(1888.) [8259 

Census of male inhabitants in township No. One, now Bucksport, 

and No. Two, now Orland, Maine. August, 1777. From the 
Massachusetts Archives. Bang.H. M. 4:202. (1889.) [8260 



BIBUOORAPHY OF MAINE. 325 

Petition from New Worcester plantation, now Orrington and Brew- 
er, 1788. Bang. H. M. 5:240. (1890.) [8261 

The Settlement and Settlers in Orrington (and Brewer) prior to 

1786. Contributed by Dr. John F. Pratt, from the Massachusetts 
Archives. Bang. H. M. 6:27. (1890.) [8262 

Samuel Titcomb*s Return of the survey of the main branch of 

Schoodik, with eight townships on that river and lakes. Dec. 
1704. Contributed by Dr. John F. Pratt, from Mass. State Ar- 
chives. Bang. H. M. 6:268. (1891.) To be continued in future 
issues. [8263 

Petition for the incorporation of North Yarmouth, Me. Academy. 

1813. Contributed by Dr. John F. Pratt. From Mass. State Ar- 
chives. O. T. 7:1057. [8264 

" The Great Isle of Holt. " Petition from inhabitants. 1802. Con- 
tributed by Dr. John F. Pratt. Me. Rec. 1 : 30. (1884.) [8265 
Daring the past fourteen yean Dr. Pratt has gratuitously translated and 
sent to various Maine newspapers copies of nearly one thousand old docu- 
ments from the Massachusetts Archives. 

Pbatt, Spbnceb. Physician, Norridgewock. 

An Oration pronounced at Norridgewock, on the fourth day of 
July, 1805, being the anniversary of American Independence, by 
Spencer Pratt. Augusta: Printed by Peter Edes and Son. 1805. 
8vo. pp. 16. [8266 

Pbat, Edmund. 

Two Discourses on the law of Moses from Mount Sinai, and the 
law of God from Mount Sion. By Edmund Pray. Discourse I. 
On the law of Moses, on Mt. Sinai engraved on tables of stone : 
designed for the Jews only and for them but for a limited time, 
till the Messiah should come. This was only a law of works or 
carnal ordinances, and gendered to bondage: and was not that 
**Law of the Lord*^ spoken of by David, which converteth the 
soul. Discourse II. On the law of God which proceeds from 
Mount Sion, where Christ as the chief stone is laid for the hope 
of the guilty: or the perfect law of liberty, which bringeth life 
to all who submit to it, and is obligatory or binding both on Jews 
and on Gentiles. Hallowell : Printed for the author. 1833. 24mo. 
pp. 144. [8267 

A Discourse on the second death. 

'* And death and hell were cast into the lake of fire : this is the second 
death." 

Rev. 20: 14. 

By Edmund Pray. Boston: J. H. & F. F. Farwell, Printers. 

1839. 24mo. pp. 170. [8208 

Pbbble, Abbaham (Company). 1703. See Preble, George H. 



326 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Pbbble, Commodore Edwabd. 1761-1807. Naval commander, Port- 
land. 
Diary of, before Tripoli. 1804. Mag. Am. Hist 3: 182. (1879.) 

[8269 
The same. 8ee Preble, George H. 

His Bombardment of Tripoli. 1804. See Dawson, Henry B. 

Life of. Portfolio, 3:853. (1809.) 4:629. (1810.) [8270 

The first paper contains enjcravlng of the Preble medal. 

Life of. 1810. See Eiricland, John T. 

Memoirs of. 1815. See Bailey, Isaac. 

History of his battles. 1816. See Naval Temple. 

Sketch of. 1821. See Wilson, T. 



-Sketch of. 1823. See Waldo, S. P. 

-Chronicle of. 1824. See Goldsborough, Charles W. 



-Sketch of. 1835. See Thatcher, Benj. B. 

-The Preble Medal, with plate. God. 25: 109. (1842.) [8271 

-Biographical Notice of. 1842. iSee Bradford, Alden. 

-Life of. 1846. See Cooper, J. Fenimore. 

-Life of. 1846. See Sabine, Lorenzo. 

-Memoir of. 1848. See Wyatt, Thomas. 

-Biographical Sketch of. 1857. See Peterson, Charles J. 

-Biographical Sketch and Portrait of. 1862. See Lossing, Benson J. 

-The same. 1869. See same. 

-The First Cruise of the U. S. Frigate Essex under His Command. 
(1870.) See Preble, Geo. H. 

-Commodore Preble and Tripoli. (1872.) See Preble, Geo. H. 

-Com. Preble's Infernal. (1873.) See Riley, E. S., Jr. 

-Biographical Sketch of, and description of medal presented to him, 
with engravings. 1880. See Loubat, J. F. 

-Sketch of. 1883. See Berry, Stephen. 

-Sketch of. 1888. See WInsor, Justin. 



Preblk, Enoch. 1763-1842. Portland. 

Remarks on the death of Capt Enoch Preble. From the Portland 
Transcript, Oct. 8, 1842, (and) from the Eastern Argus, n. p. n. d. 
4to. 1 p. [8272 

Preble Families. Genealogical Sketch of. 1850. See Preble, William P. 
The same. 1868. See Preble, George H. 

Pbbble, Geoboe Henbt. 1816-83. U. S. Naval officer. 6. Portland. 

Genealogical Sketch of the first three generations of Prebles in 

America: with an account of Abraham Preble, the emigrant. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 827 

their common ancestor, and of his grandson, Brigadier General 
Jedediah Preble, and his descendants. By Geo. Henry Preble, 
Captain U. S. Army. 

" The fame that a man wins himself is best 

That he may call bis own ; honors put on him 

Make him no more a man than bis clothes do, 

Which are soon ta*en off; for in the warmth 

The heat comes from bis own body, not the weeds; 

So man's true fame must strike from his own deeds. ** 

MiDDLETON. 

Boston: Printed for family circulation. David Clapp & Son. 
1868. 8vo. pp. (4), iv, 5, 337. (9 engravings.) [8273 

One hundred and twenty-five copies printed, of which 25 were offered for 
sale. A copy brought $15 in 1888. 

-Abraham Preble, the common ancestor of all of that name in 
America. N. E. Reg. 21 : 811. (1868.) [8274 

-Brigadier General Jedediah Preble. 1707-84. (Communicated by 
Capt. George H. Preble, U. S.) N. E. Reg. 22: 404. (1868.) [8275 

-The same, reprinted separately. Boston: 1868. 8vo. pp. 16. 

-Martha Preble Oznard, eldest child of Brigadier General Jedediah 
Preble and Mehitable Bangs, 1754-1824, and her common 
descendants to 1869. Prepared for the Genealogy of the Preble 
Family in America- Boston: 1869. 8vo. pp. 8. [8276 

-The Preble Family. Henry Preble, youngest son of Brigadier 
General Jedediah and Mehitable Preble. (Communicated by 
Capt. George Henry Preble, U. S. N.) K. E. Reg. 22: 419. (1868.) 
24:253. (1870.) [8277 

-The First Cruise of the United States Frigate Essex, under com- 
mand of Capt. Edward Preble, U. S. N. With a short account of 
her origin, and subsequent career until captured by the British 
in 1814, and her ultimate fate. Prepared by Capt G. H. Preble, 
U. S. N. Essex Inst. Hist. Coll. 10 (part 3): 1. (1870.) [8278 

-In Memoriam. John Cox, 1795-1871. Henry Oxnard Preble, 
1847-71. Boston: D. Clapp & Son. 1871. 8vo. pp. ?7. [8279 

-Memoir of William Pitt Fessenden. N. £. Reg. 25: 105. (1871.) 

[82^0 

-William Pitt Fessenden: a memoir prepared for the New England 
Historical and Genealogical Register for April, 1871, by George 
Henry Preble. Reprinted for private circulation, with additions. 
Boston: David Clapp <& Son, Printers. 1871. 8vo. pp. 24. [8281 

-Commodore Preble and Tripoli. Am. Hist. Rec. 1:53. (1872.) [8282 

-Three Historic Flags and Three September Victories. A paper 

read before the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 

July 9, 1873. N. E. Reg. 28:17. (1874.) [8283 

Contains an acconnt of ** The Flag t)f the Enterprise." and ** The liattle 
between the Enterprise and Boxer,'* in 1813, off the coast of Maine. 



328 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF IfAINE. 

Pbxble, Geobob Hbnbt, Continued, 

^The Garrison Houses of York, Me. N. E. Reg. 28: 268. (1874.) 

[8284 

^The same. Printed for private distribation. Boston: MDCCCLX- 

XIV. 8vo. pp. 8. (2 engravings.) 
60 copies printed. 

^Diary of Commodore Edward Preble before Tripoli. 1804. Hag. 

Am. Hist 3:182. (1870.) [8285 

Capt. Abraham's Preble's Company. 1703. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 

2dser. 1:824. (1890.) [8286 

Pbeble, Jedbdiah. 1707-84. Portland. 

Letter from, 1777. Willis Papers. So. III. (In Portland Public 
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Biographical Notice of. 1842. See Bradford, Alden. 

Letters of Brigadier General Preble to his friend Col. John Waite. 

(Communicated by Lt. Col. George H. Preble, of Charlestown, 
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Pbbble, Jedbdiah, 3d. 

Birth, Parentage, Life and Experience of Jedediah Preble, 3d. 
Written by himself. 

** Come and hear all ye that fear Qod, and I will declare ^^lat he has done 
for my sonl." 

Portland: J. & W. E. Edwards. 1830. 12mo. pp. 216. [8289 

Pbbble, William Pitt, LL. D. 1783-1857. Justice Supreme Judicial 

Court, lawyer, Portland. 
Memoir of the First Parish, Portland. 1826. See Nichols, Ichabod. 
Statement of north eastern boundary case and appendices to the 

same. 1829. See Gallatin, Albert. 
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^An Address to Mr. Gladstone, the English colonial secretary. 1846. 

[8292 

^A Memorial to the governor general of Canada. 1847. [8293 

A Genealogical Sketch of the Preble families, resident in Portland, 

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Biographical Sketch of (with portrait). 1863. See Willis, William. 

Notice of. 1864. See Palmer, Joseph. 

Memorial of. 1873. See Drake, Francis S. 

Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 329 

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Pbekticb, Thomas. 

Sketch of the character of Rev. Samuel Willard. 1743. See 
Thompson, William. 

Pbbntibs, Hbb. Elizabeth Patson. 1818-78. b. Portland. 

Pemaqnid: a story of old times in New England. By Mrs. E. Pren- 
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Pbentisb, Geobob Lewis, D. D. 6. Gorham. 1816. Professor Union 
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The Free Christian State and the Present Struggle. An address 
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Pbbntibs, Henby Mellen. 6. 1840. Bangor. 

The North Pole and the South Pole. Overland Mo. 16:50. (1890.) 

[8297 
Pbbittiss, Thomas M. Instructor, Portland. 

The Maine Spelling Book: containing a variety of words divided 
and accented; with moral and entertaining lessons for reading; 
useful tables, etc. To which is annexed a concise geographical 
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Pbesbttebiaxism. 

In Maine. Prior to 1780. See Porter, J. W. 

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Pbesbyteby of the Eastwabd. Bath-kol. A voice from the wilder- 
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Pbescott, Jedediah B. 1784-1861. Clergyman, Monmouth. 

Memoir of Jedediah B. Prescott, late pastor of the Christian church 
in Monmouth. Monmouth, Me.: Published by request. 1861. 
16mo. pp. 135. (Port.) [8300 

An autobiography. 



330 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Pbesgott, JoHir R. Newtonville, Mass. 

The Camden MountaiDs. The Norway of America. A hand-book 
of moantain, ocean and lake scenery on the coast of Maine. With 
sixty illustrations, by Wm. Goodrich Beal. Boston: Lee <& Shep- 
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[8301 
Pbescott, Jobiah, M. D. 1785-1864. Physician, Farmington. 

Brief Extracts from a physician^s diary, by which truth is vindi- 
cated and errors exposed. Respectfully addressed to the people 
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8e€ Beyiew, by W. C. SUple. 

Notice Of. N.E.Reg. 19:174. (1866.) [8303 

Pbbsebvation of thb Union (The). A treatise designed to promote 
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Pbess of Mains. 

History of. 1872. See Griffin, Joseph. 

Prince Family. North Yarmouth. 1S80-S2. See Prince, Mary G. 

Pbince, Geobge. b. 1817. Thomaston, Bath, Boston. 

Rambles in Chili and life among the Avancarian Indians in 1836. 
By Will the Rover. Thomaston: D. J. Starrett 1851. 8to. 2 pi. 
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The Voyage of Capt. Geo. Waymouth to the coast of Maine in 1605. 

An attempt to show that the islands on which he landed, and the 
river which he explored, were the St. Georges of the present 
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The Voyage of Capt. George Waymouth to the coast of Maine in 

1605. Complete. With remarks by George Prince, showing the 
river explored to have been the Georges River: Together with a 
map of the same and the adjacent islands. 8vo. pp. 45. Bath: 
Eastern Times Press. 1860. 8vo. pp. 45. (Folded map.) [8306 

Pbince, Maby G. 

The Privateer ** Satisfaction " of North Yarmouth. O. T. 2: 149. 

[8807 
^^With Banks, Charles E. The Prince family of North Yarmouth. 
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Pbince, Newell Andbbson. 1815-87. Clergyman, New Gloucester, 
Suffield, Conn. 
Memoir and Select Writings of William Reed Prince. Edited by 
N. A. Prince. With a sketch of his qualities as a preacher. By 
George Shepard, D. D., professor in the Theological Seminary, 
Bangor. Portland: Hyde, Lord & Duren. 1846. 8vo. pp. 300. 

[8306 



BIBLIOGBAPHT OF MAINE. 331 

Pbince of Wales. 

Tour of, to Portland, 1860. See New England Tour. 

Pbince Society. The Publications of the Prince Society. Established 

May 25th, 1858. The Andros Tracts. Volume first. (Seal. Motto: 

In memory of Thomas Prince.) Boston: Printed for the society. 

By T. R. Marvin & Son. 1868. sm. 4to. pp. xlix, 215. [8809 

Contains petition of the inhabitants of Maine. (From Mass. Archives, 
XXXV: 184,186. 1869.) 

Pbince, Thomas. 1687-1758. Clergyman, Boston. 

Some Memoirs of Rev. Thomas Prince. N. E. Reg. 5: 376. (1851.) 

[8310 
Contains an account of his visit to the eastern coast of Maine, in 1734. 

Pbince, William Reed. 1817-45. Clergyman, Cumberland. 
Memoirs and Writings. 1846. See Prince, Newell A. 

Pbinceton. Incorporated 1832. 

History of Lewy's Island Lodge, No. 138, of Free and Accepted 
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Supplementary History of Lewy's Island Lodge, Free and Accepted 

Masons, Princeton, Maine, from March 9, 1870 to Dec. 31, 1880. 
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[8312 

Pbixo, Jambs Hubly, M. D. England. 

Captaine Martin Pringe, the last of the Elizabethan seamen. (Also: 
woodcut of his monument in St. Stephen^ s church, Bristol, with 
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Captain Martin Pringe, the last of the Elizabethan seamen. Giving 

a notice of his voyages, and a more particular exposition of his 

first voyage for the discovery of the north part of Virginia, in 

the year 1603. By James H. Pring, M. D. Plymouth: W. H. Luke, 

Printer to Her Majesty, Bedford Street 1888. sm. 4to. pp. 34. 

(2 illus). [8814 

On the cover, " Supplement to the Western Antiquary, July-August, 
1888. " 

Pringe touched the coast of Maine at the mouth of Penobscot Bay. 

Pbingb, Mabtin. 1580-1626. Voyager, Bristol, England. 

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De Costa, B. F. 

Sketch of, and notice of his voyages. 1888. See Pring, James H. 



332 BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

Pbison Disciplins SocncTT. Boston. 

Second Annual Report of the board of managers of the Prison 

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Printer, 32 Congress Street 1828. 8vo. pp. 100. [8315 

Ck)ntatn8 view of the Maine prlion, with a description. '* The constmction 
of this prison Is peculiar. The night rooms, for cells, are pits, entered from 
the top, with a small ladder through an orifice about two feet square. *' 

Pbobate Laws and Forms fob thb State of Maihe. Calculated for 
the use of probate courts, executors and administrators and oth- 
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Pbogtob, Robebt J. 6. Thomaston. 

The Life and Adventures of Robert J. Proctor: from the year 
1821, to March, 1825; including all the principal incidents of his 
life during that period, with an account of many narrow escapes 
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war with the Burman Empire. Portland: Printed for the author. 
1840. 12mo. pp.22. [8317 

Pbofaite Sweabing (On). 

" It chills my blood to hear the blest Sapreme 
Rudely appeal'd to, on each trifling theme ! 
Maintain your rank; vulgarity despise; 
To SwBAB Is neither brave, polite, nor wise; 
You would not swear upon a bed of death; 
Reflect! Tour Maker now could stop your breath." 

Kennebunk: Printed by James K. Remick. 1832. 12mo. pp. 12. 

[8318 
Prospect. Incorporated 1794. 

Petition for incorporation. 1789. See Frankfort 

Petition from. 1789. See Pratt, J. F. 

^Act of incorporation. February 24, 1794. Bang. H. M. 2: 184. 

(1887.) [8319 

Prout, Timothy. 6. 1768. Scarborough. 

(Cash book of Timothy Prout of Scarborough, Maine, begun April 
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In Boston Public Library. 

Pboutt, Lobenzo. 

Fish: their habits and haunts and the method of catching them, 

together with fishing as a recreation. By Lorenzo Prouty. 

** In such green palaces the first kings rei8:ned, 
Slept In their shades and angels entertained ; 
With such old counsellors they did advise, 
And by frequenting sacred groves grew wise. " 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 333 

Boston: Cupples, Upham A Company. Old Corner Bookstore. 
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Pin«siFEB, JosiAH Dunk. 1820-96. Lawyer, Aabum. 

Report in full of the trial of Bartlett, Simms and McGuire, for the 
robbery of the Bowdoinham bank, before the Supreme Judicial 
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Report of the libel suit, Llewellyn Powers vs. Theodore Cary, edi- 
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Me. Hon. John A. Peters, J., presiding. Containing a copy of 
writ, defendant's specifications, testimony of witnesses, judge's 
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^Reports of cases of law and equity determined by the Supreme Ju- 
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Appendix. In memorlam. Proceedings of the Penobscot bar on the death 
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-~— Maine Reports. Volume LXVI. Portland, Me.: Dresser, McLellan 
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Sapplement. In memoriam. Proceedings of the Cumberland bar in re* 
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the Supreme Judicial Court, had before the court at the April term in Fort- 
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Proceedings of the Penobscot bar in relation to the recent death of Hon. 
Edward Kent, formerly a Justice of this court, had before the Law Court at 
the June term in Bangor, on Tuesday, June 26, 1877. 

Maine Reports. Volume LXVIL Portland, Me.: Dresser, McLel- 
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Supplement. In memoriam. Proceedings of the Cumberland bar in rela- 
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Maine Reports. Volume LXVIII. Portland: Dresser, McLellan 

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In memoriam. Proceedings of the Waldo bar in relation to the death o f 
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before the court at the October term, in Belfast, on Saturday, October 26, 
1878, pp. 6(»4M. 



334 BIBLIOGBAPHT OF MAINE. 

PuBGHAS, SAMUBii. 1577-1628. Clergyman, London. 

Purchas, His pilgrimage or Relations of the world and the religions 

observed in all ages and places discovered, from the creation 

unto this present. In foure partes. This first containeth a Theol- 

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with the Islands adjacent, Declaring the ancient religions before 

the Floud, Heathnish, Jewish and Saracenicall in all ages since, 

in those parts professed, with their severall Opinions, Idols, 

Oracles, Temples, Priestes, Fasts, Feasts, Sacrifices and Right, 

Religions, etc., with briefe descriptions of the countries. Nations, 

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The foregolDi; in the title of the first edition. The elfrhthand ninth books, 
commencing on page 601 and extending to page 752, relate wholly to 
America. Other editions, much enlarged, appeared in 1614, 1617, 1626. The 
larger and greatly extended work in five folio volumes appeared in 
1G2&-26. 

R^erenees to early Maine voyagert and JournalUU: Champlaln, 933; De 
Monts, 934; Gorges and Levett; Poutrinconrt, 936; Pring, 938; Popham, 939; 
Rosier, 938; Smith, 939; Lescarbot, Nova Francia; notes by John Brereton 
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the Sagadahoc in 1606; James Da vies sent by Popham and others to the 
Sagadahoc, in 1607. 

Purchas his Pilgrimes. In Five Bookes. 

The tenth. English Discoveries and Plantations in New England, 
New-found-land; with the Patent and voyages to New Scotland; 
Relations also of the fleets set forth by Queene Elizabeth against 
the Spaniards. 

The fourth part. Unus Detts, Una Verit€L8. London: Printed by 
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Beferences to Voyages to Maine : Patent of the French king to M. de Monts. 
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Ptjrinoton, Gbobge Colbt. b. Embden, 1848. Educator, Farmington. 
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[8330 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 335 

History of the State Normal School, Farmington, Maine: with 

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History la the science of innamerable biographies. 

Garlylb. 

Farmington, Me.: Press of Know! ton, McLeary & Co. 1880. Svo. 
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PUBPOODITCK. 

Ravaged by Abnenaquis. See Charlevoix, P. F. X. 

PuBiNGTON, Jambs. 

(Head-line of eight coffins.) Horrid Murder! Capt. James Purring- 

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Dated '* Augusta, (Kennebec) July 11, 1806, " and apparently reprinted 

from two columns of a newspaper. 

Contains an account of tbe murder by Capt. James Purrlngton of his 
wife, his six children, and himself, and of the funeral. 

Discourse on murder by. 1806. See Merritt, Timothy. 

^Horrid Murder! ! (Engraving of 7 coffins.) Sketches of the life of 

Capt. James Purrington, who on the night of the 8th of July, 
1806, murdered his wife, six children and himself, with a partic- 
ular account of that horrid catastrophe, to which is subjoined 
remarks on the fatal tendency of erroneous principles, and mo- 
tives for receiving and obeying the pure and salutary precepts of 
the gospel. Copyright secured. Boston: Printed for Nathaniel 
Coverly. 1818. (Coffin, with figure of broadaxe and razor.) 
12mo. pp. 22. [8333 

PuBBiNOTON, Tobias. Brunswick. 

Report on capital punishment, made to the Maine Legislature in 

1836, by Hon. Tobias Purrington. Boston. J. Wilson & Son. 

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The same. Third edition. Washington: (>ideon & Co., Printers. 

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PxTdHOB, Habbib, M. D. b. Hartland. Physician. 

Biogn*aphical Sketch of Calvin Blake, M. D., of Hartland. Me. 
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Puss IN Boots, as exhibited by the S. P. Society, Christmas season, 

1868. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1868. 16mo. pp. 12. 

[8337 
Putnam, E. Clergyman, Whitefield. 

An Exposition of the Apocalypse of St. John the Apostle. By a 
secular priest. 
Verbum »nim Crueit, pereuntUms quidam &Mtitia eat: iU autem qui 9aM 

JIunt, id e»t nobi9, J>ei virtuM est. 

I Cor. 1 : 18. 

Boston: Published by Patrick Donahoe, No. 23 Franklin Street 
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336 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Putnam, Eleanor. 

A Woodland Wooing. Boston: Roberts Brothers. 1880. 16mo. pp. 
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The scene Is laid In Maine. 

Putnam, Fredbbick Ward. 6. 1839. Anthropologist, Salem, Mass. 

Notes on liparis and cyclopterus. By F. W. Putnam. (From the 

proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of 

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The Kitchen-middings of Maine. Kansas City Review. 6: 523. 

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Report as curator of the Peahody Museum of American Archaeology 

and Ethnology Reports. 3:408-9. (1886.) [8342 

Ck)ntains an account of the Damariscotta shell-heapB. 

Putnam, George Augustus, b. 1835. Clergyman, Yarmouth, 1860- 
70. 
Address at the funeral of Eleazer Burhank, M. D., by Rev. George 
A. Putnam, pastor of the First Congregational church, Yarmouth, 
Me., April 23, 1867. Portland: Printed by B. Thurston & Com- 
pany. 1867. 12mo. pp. 26. [8343 

Sermon preached at Yarmouth, Me., November 13, 1870. By Rev. 

George A. Putnam, pastor of the First Congregational church. 
Published by request. Portland: Printed by Brown Thurston & 
Co. 8vo. pp. 16. [8344 

Putnam, Israel, M. D. 1827-76. Physician, Bath. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1877. See Fuller, A. J. 

Putnam, John M. 

Helps at the Mercy Seat. Prayers from the Scriptures, old divines, 
and poets. Portland: Hoyt, Fogg & Donham. 1869. sq. 24mo. 
pp. 272. [8345 

Putnam, Henry. 1778-1822. Lawyer, Brunswick. 

A Description of Brunswick, in letters. By a gentleman of South 
Carolina, to a friend in that state. Brunswick : 1820. 8vo. pp. 28. 

[8346 

The same. Second edition, with additions. Brunswick : Published 

by the author. 1823. 8vo. pp. 39. [8347 

Touches on Agriculture; including a treatise on the preservation of 

the apple-tree, with family receipts, etc. By the author of the 
"Description of Brunswick." Portland: A. W. Thayer, Printer. 
1824. 8vo. pp. 43. [8348 

The same. By Henry Putnam. 2d edition. Salem : J. D. Cushing, 

Printer. 1825. 8vo. pp. 64. [8349 



BIBLIOOBAPHT OF MAINE. 337 

Putnam, Samubl. 

Putnam* s Introdaction. The introduotion to the analytical reader; 
consisting of easy and interesting lessons in reading, in which the 
pupil is taught to distinguish between words that are liable to be 
confounded, and those of the same sound, but of different ortho- 
graphy and meaning. To which are added a few simple questions 
on the rudiments of grammar, by the inductive method. By 
Samuel Putnam. Stereotype edition. Portland: Published by 
William Hyde. A. Shirley, Printer. 1835. 16mo. pp. 144. [8350 

Putnam* s Reader. The Analytical Reader, containing lessons in 

simultaneous reading and defining, with spelling from the same. 

To which are added, questions, and references to an appendix, 

containing sketches of characters, persons and places, alluded to 

in the work. By Samuel Putnam. 

" I had rather speak five words with my understanding, that I might teach 
others also, than ten thousand words in an unknown tongue. *' 

Portland: Published by William Hyde. Arthur Shirley, Printer. 
1836. 12mo. pp. 228. [8351 

The same. Second edition. Dover: Published by E. French. Bos- 
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^The same. Portland: Published by William Hyde. 1837. 12mo. 

pp. 300. [8353 

Sequel to the Analytical Reader: in which the original design is ex- 
tended, so as to embrace an explanation of phrases and figurative 
language. By Samuel Putnam. Portland: Shirley & Hyde. 1828. 
12mo. pp. 300. [8354 

Putnam, Towbb A Co. Portland. 

Directory of the inhabitants, institutions, establishments, societies, 
business, business firms, etc., etc., in the towns of Waterville, Oak- 
land and|Fairfield, for 1887. Putnam, Tower & Co., Compilers and 
Publishers. Portland: B. Thurston & Co., Printers. (Copyright, 
1887.) 8vo. pp. 218. [8355 

Waterville, pp. 1-86; Oakland, pp. 99-128; Fairfield, 129-159. 

^A Directory of the inhabitants, institutions, establishments, so- 
cieties, business firms, etc., etc., etc., in Skowhegan for 1888. 
Putnam, Tower & Co., Compilers and Publishers, 97 1-2 Exchange 
Street, Portland. (Copyright, 1888.) 8vo. pp. 156. [8355a 

-^--A Directory of the inhabitants, institutions, establishments, socie- 
ties, business firms, etc., etc., etc., in Norway and South Paris for 
1888. Putnam, Tower & Co., Compilers and Publishers, 97 1-2 
Exchatige Street, Portland. (Copyright, 1888.) 8vo. pp. 144. 

[8356 

^A Directory of the inhabitants, institutions, establishments, socie- 
ties, business firms, map, etc., etc., etc., of the town of Eastport 

23» 



338 BIBLIOGRAPHT OF MAINE. 

Putnam, To web & Co., dmtinued. 

for 1888. Putnam, Tower & Co., Compilers and Pablishers, 97 
1-2 Exchange Street, Portland. (Copyright, 1888.) 8yo. pp. 164. 

[835da 

1889. The Rockland City Directory, containing a list of the resi- 
dents, business firms, institutions, societies, &c., &c. (City seal.) 
Putnam, Tower & Co., Compilers and Publishers, 97 1-2 Exchange 
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Putnam, William Ls Babon, LL. D. &. 1835. Lawyer and judge 
United States Court of Api>eals, Portland. 
Address on presentation Paul Aker's " Pearl Diyer." 1889. See 
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QUAKJEBS. 

List of, in Kittery. 1737. N. E. Reg. 30: 106. (1876.) [8357 
Obseryations on. 1817. See Cobb, Edward. 

QuABsoN, Joseph. 

Account of his life and death. 1726. See Moodey, Samuel. 

Quebec. 

Expedition against, through Maine. 1775. See Arnold, Benedict. 

Excursion of Maine Press Association to. 1879. See Keyes, Charles 

W. 

Questions on the Histobical Pabts of the Old Testament, for 
Sunday exercises in Families and Schools. Hallowell: 1820. [8358 

Quilibet, Philip. Peeud. 

Rambling in Maine. Galaxy, 12: 422. (1890.) [8359 

Qives an account of Moosehead Lake. 

QuiMBY, Geoboe Albebt. h. 1841. Belfast 

Poem. '' Our Old Time Journalists. '* 1887. See Maine Press As- 
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Phineas Parkhurst Quimby. K. E. Mag. 6: 267. (1888.) (3 ports.) 

[8360 
Quimby, Phineas Pabkhubst. 1802*66. Belfast 

Extracts from his unpublished manuscripts. 1887. See Dresser, 
Julius A. 

Sketch of. 1888. See Quimby, George A. 

QuiNBY, Geobge Washington, D. D. 1810-84. Clergyman and editor, 

Augusta. 

Editor, Fifteen sermons, with a prayer at the close of each, by 

fifteen Universalist clergymen. Edited by Bev. Geo. W. Quinby. 

Portland: S. H. Colesworthy. 12mo. pp. 662. [8361 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE, 339 

-Reply to the ^* Substance of a discourse " originally delivered at 
West Livermore by Elder Ferdinand Ellis, of the First Baptist 
church, Livermore; in a discussion of the conjoint question, '* Is 
the doctrine of endless punishment taught in the Bible? — or 
does the Bible teach the final holiness and happiness of all man- 
kind?" By Qeo. W. Quinby, pastor of the First Universalist so- 
cieties in Livermore and Winthrop. 

** Prove all things : bold fast that which is good. " 

Paul. 
Portland: 1839. 8vo. pp. 40. [8862 

-The Salvation of Christ; or, a brief exposition and defence of Uni- 
versalism, for the special and prayerful consideration of all such 
as are opposed to a universal Savior. By Rev. G. W. Quinby, pas- 
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Me.: Printed by S. Webster. 1848. 24mo. pp. 80. [8868 

-I. O. O. F. '^Friendship, Love and Truth.'' A lecture showing 
why females should be initiated in Odd Fellowship, delivered in 
Odd Fellows hall, Saco, on Thursday evening. May 26, 1844, on 
the opening of the hall for the admission of ladies. By Rev. G. 
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-Christian Doctrine of the Resurrection and a Future Life, con- 
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-The Gallows, the Prison and the Poor-House. A plea for human- 
ity; showing the demands of Christianity in behalf of the crim- 
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Quinby, Publisher, 74 West Fourth Street 1856. 12mo. pp. 826. 

[8866 

-Heaven our Home: The Christian doctrine of the resurrection; 

showing man the victor over sin and death. A comfort to all 

who mourn and a help to such as need faith in God and hope of 

heaven. Augusta. J875. 16mo. pp. 272. [8807 

Several editions were published. 

-Papers relating to the history of the Press in Kennebec County. 

1881, 1882. See Maine Press Association. 
-Sketch of. 1884. See Lapham, W. B. 



QniNBT, Oliveb H. d. 1842. Clergyman, Lisbon. 

Opening and Shutting the Door of Christ's Kingdom. A discourse 
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of April 11, 1841. Portland. 1841. 8vo. pp. 15. [8368 

QxrnrcT, Jobiah. 1802-82. Lawyer, Boston. 

Journals of Major Samuel Shaw, the first American consul at Can- 
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Maj. Snow resided several years in Gonldsboroagh. 



340 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

QunrcT, JosiAH, Continued. 

-^ — Remarks on the letter of the Hon. Rufus Choate to the ** Whig 
State Committee of Maine. *' Written in answer to a letter of 
the Hon. John J. Goodrich. By Josiah Quincy. n. p. n. d. (1856.) 
8vo. [8370 

QuiNCY, Samuel M. 

The Fair Penitent, or unknown stranger. A tale of the eighteenth 

century. Founded on fact. 

" And love and hope, and beauty's bloom, 
Are blossoms gathered for the tomb — 
There's nothing bright but Heaven." 

MOORE. 

** Cling not to earth — ^there's nothing there — 
However loved— however fair— 
Bat on its features still must wear 

The impress of mortality.*' 

Hebald. 
By Samuel M. Quincy. 1833. [8371 

Quint, Alonzo Hall, D. D. &. 1828. Boston, Mass. 

First Christian Worship in New England. Reply of the Congrega- 
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QUODDY HSAD. 

From Petit Manan to. 1890. Illus. See Drake, S. A. 

Railboad Laws and Chabtebs of Maine. 
1851. See Gregg, W. P. 

The same. 1875. See Webb, Edmund F. 

(Raithby, John.) 

The Study and Practice of the Law, considered in their yarious 
relations to society. In a series of letters. By a member of 
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Thomas B. Wait & Co. 1806. 8vo. pp. 364. [8373 

Rale, Sbbastien, S. J. 1675-1724. Missionary at Norridgewock, 

1694-1724. 

His name is printed by different writers in seven modes, Bale, BUe, Balle, 
Rall4, Ralley, Rasle and Basl^. Bat he wrote it distinctly, Seb. Rale, wlth- 
oat s, and without accent, clrcnmflex or acute. See fac-simllea In Shea's 
Catholic Missions, and in Winsor's History of America, 

Rale and the Earl of Bellomont in 1699. See Parsons, C. W. 

Letter from, to Captain Moody. (1712.) Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 

2d ser. 8:258. (1819.) [8374 

Account of his visit to Rev. Hugh Adams. 1716. See Deane, 

Charles. 

Letter to. 1718. See Shute, Samuel. 

Deposition of John Minot relative to. 1716. Me. Hist Soc. Coll. 

2d ser. 1 : 372. (1890.) [8874a 



BIBLIOOBAPHT OF MAINE. 341 

Hon. Ralley the Romish Priest at Korridgewock, his letter to his 

Rev. Father dated August 12, 1724, the very day that Capt. Har- 
man and his men slew him and a numher of Indians. Mass Hist 
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Dr. John G. Shea, in his edition of Charlevoix, 6: 278, regards this letter as 
BospicioaB. 

Letters from 1722 and 1723, descrihing his mission life. Lettres 

Miflantes et curieuses, ecrites des missions ^trang^res. 17:207. 
22 : 325. (Paris, 1781.) [8376 

Full tranBlations are given by Kip, William I., Early Jesuit Missions in 
North America (1846), tnd partial ones in Allen, William P., History Nor- 
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Letter from Chasse, P^re la, 1724, giving an account of his death. 

Lettres 6difiantes. 17:321. [8877 

A translation is given in Kip's Early Jesuit Missions. 

Notice of; anxious to arrest hostilities; attempt of Rev. J. Baxter 

to prevent flock of; their controversies; why i>ersecuted hy the 
English; they wish Ahnekis to surrender or send him away; set 
a price on his head; in danger of being carried off; church and 
house pillaged by Harmon, and his dictionary and strong box 
carried off; urged to retire to Quebec; his reply; killed by 
English; outrages to his corpse; eulogium on; esteemed by his 
flock; reputation in Canada; answer of Superior of Seminary of 
Montreal; letters of; noticed; lives of; estimate of his conduct; 
monument to. 1744. See Charlevoix, P. F. X. 

^Numbers in the Norridgewog language, from Ralle^s Ms. dictionary 

of the Norridgewog language in the library of Harvard College. 
Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 10: 137. (1809.) [8378 

^Biographical Memoir of Father Rasles. Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 

2d ser. 8:250. (1819.) [8379 

^Account of the ** Strong Box '' taken from Ralle the Jesuit, at Nor- 

ridgewock in 1721; and a short biographical notice of Ralle. 

Farmer A Moore Coll. 2: 108. (1823.) [8380 

This box, and also tiie chapel bell are now owned by the liaine Historical 
Society. For their history, and description and engravings of them, se* 
Ooold, William, Portland in the Past, 180-83, 187. (1886.) 

^Biographical Memoir of. 1826. See Harris, Thaddeus M. 

The Church in the Wilderness, a tale of Rale. 1828. See Child, 

Lydia M. 
Carrabasset, a tradeg^ founded on the death of Rale. 1830. See 

Deering, Nathaniel. 

Account of. 1831. See Lincoln, Enoch. 

His Dictionary of the Abnaki language, with memoir and notes. 

1833. See Pickering, John. 

^Poem concerning, ** Mogg Megone. " 1836. See Whittier, John G. 

^Narrative of his death. 1845. See Drake, Samuel G. 

—Life of. 1846. See Francis, Convers. 



342 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Rale, Ssbabtibn, S. J., Continued. 

Account of his death. (1846.) See Kip, William I. 

^His Life, Career and Death. (1855.) See New York: Documents re- 
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Legend of. 1856. See Scribner, Isaac W. 

Account of his hand-book, or vade mecum. Hist. Mag. 2: 84. (1858.) 

[8381 
Thia was Busenbaum's Medulla Theologlfe Moralls, edition of 1675. 

Crucifix supposed to be his. (1861.) See Ballard, Edward. 

Monument to. (1862.) See Boardman, S. L. 

^Traditionary Account of his death at the hands of Richard Jaques. 

(1864.) See Ballard, Edward. 

^Account of monument to. 1871. See Allen, William. 



^Biographical Sketch, and autograph. 1884. See Winsor, Justin. 

Tale of: "The Patriarch of Norridgewock. " 1884. See Oilman, 

Arthur. 

^Account of, with autograph. 1886. See Shea, John O. 

A Crucifix which belonged to him. Am. Cath. Researches. 4: 168. 

(1887.) (8382 

Ramsey, Albxandbb, M. D. 1754(? )-1824. Fryeburg, Parsonsfleld. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1883. See Bradley, G. P. 

Rambdbll., H. J. 

Life and Public Services of Hon. James G. Blaine, the brilliant 
orator and sagacious statesman. The bosom friend of the la- 
mented Garfield, and now the choice of the nation for president 
of the United States. Prepared with great care by his intimate 
friend and associate, H. J. Ramsdell, Esq. For twenty years a 
prominent journalist at Washington. Also the life of the coura- 
geous soldier, distinguished senator and nominee for the yice- 
presidency, Gen. John A. Logan, by Ben: Perley Poore, author 
of " Life of Napoleon, ^* ** Gen. Burnside, " (&c., for fifty years a 
popular journalist at Washington, and twenty-two years an offi- 
cer of the U. S. Senate. Profusely illustrated. Hubbard Broth- 
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Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City: A. L. Bancroft A Co., San Fran- 
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Rand, Asa. 1783-1871. Clergyman, Gorham and Portland. 1809-25. 

The Doctrine of the Cross, the only Gtospel. A sermon, deliyered 

January 11, 1810, at the ordination of the Rev. Francis Brown, 

to the pastoral care of the First church in North- Yarmouth. By 

Asa Rand, pastor of the church in Gorham. 

Bat Christ Is all. 

Coll. 3: 11. 

Portland: Printed by Arthur Shirley. 1810. 8vo. pp. 35. [8384 



BIBLIOOBAPHT OF MAINE. 343 

(A Great Work to be Done in the Earth. 1 Chron. 29: 5.) A ser- 
mon delivered in Buckstown, June 28, 1816, before the Maine 
Missionary Society, at their eighth annual meeting. By Asa 
Rand, pastor of the church in Gorham. Hallo well: Printed by N. 
Cheever. 1816. 8yo. pp. 26. [8385 

Two Sermons on Christian fellowship, preached at Gorham, Octo- 
ber 20, 1816. By Asa Rand, pastor of the Congregational church 
in that place. Portland: Printed by A. & J. Shirley. 1817. 8vo. 
pp. 35. [8386 

A Word in Season, in behalf of the Holy Scriptures; tit which is 

added a brief reply to *^ The Observations '* of Friend Edward 

Cobb. By Asa Rand, pastor of the Congregational church in 

Gorham. 

'* Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits, whether they be of 
God : becaase many false prophets are Rone out into the world. " 

1 John 4 : 1. 

Portland: Printed by A. & J. Shirley. 1818. 12mo. pp. 166. 

[8386a 
" Examined : " 1818. See Hossey, Samuel F. 

A Discourse delivered June 4, 1823, at the ordination of Rev. Chris- 
topher Marsh, as pastor of the Congregational church and society 
in Sanford, Maine. By Asa Rand. Portland: Printed by A. 
Shirley. 1823. 8vo. pp. 15. [8387 

Familiar Sermons. By Asa Rand, editor of the Christian Mirror, 

and lately pastor of the church in Gorham. Portland: Printed 
at the Mirror Office. 1826. 12mo.pp. 393. [8388 

Rand, Benjamin, LL. D. 1785-1862. Lawyer, Boston. 

A Statistical View of the district of Maine, more especially with 
reference to the value and importance of its interior, etc. No. Am. 
Rev. 3:362. (1816.) [8389 

The article Is really a review of Moses OreenleaTs work, and of *' Memo- 
rial of Mark Langdon Hill and others to the Legislature of Mass., 1816, '* 
and " Act concerning the separation of Maine from Mass. " etc., 1816. 

Rand, E. L. 

Woods of Mount Desert Island. Garden and Forest. 2: 473. (1889.) 

[8390 
Rand, Gxobgb Doanb. Lawyer, Portland. 

The Doane Family in America. By George Doane Rand, Esq. Me. 
Rec. 4: 119. 286. (1887.) [8391 

Rand, John, and Bubdick, William. 

Editors, The Christian Monitor, or Theological Magazine. **To 
wake the soul by gentle admonition. *' Portland: 1798-99. 8vo. 

[8392 
Rand, John. &. 1811. Lawyer, Portland. 

Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 



344 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Rakd, Samuel. 1784-1830. Clergyman, Portland. 

Biographical Sketch of Elder Samuel Rand, who died at his resi- 
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Randall, Benjamin. 1749-1808. Clergyman, Berwick, New Durham, 
N. H. 
Life of. 1826. See Buzzell, John. 

Randall, John Witt, M. D. 1813-92. Boston. 

Descriptions of new species of coleopterous insects inhabiting the 
State of Maine. Bost Jour. Nat Hist. 2: 1. (1838.) [8394 

Randall, Thomas. 1778-1859. Poet, Eaton, N. H. 

The Farmer^ s Meditations, or shepherd's songs. By Thomas Ran- 
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Randell, Joshua. 

The Universality of the Atonement, with its undeniable consequen- 
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agreeable to Scripture and'reason: in a sermon. By Joshua Ran- 
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[8396 

The Trial of Joshua Randell, by the New England Annual Con- 
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of religion. Hallowell: Printed by Glazier & Co., No. 1 Kenne- 
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^A Sermon on the conditionality of man's salvation: or the distinc- 
tion between the laws and the gospel. By Joshua Randell. 

'* And If by grace, then It \b no more of works; otherwise grace is no more 
grace. But if it be of works, then It is no more grace ; otherwise work Is no 
more work. " 

Rom. 11 : 6. 

(Thus, it is on the principles of justice, and the condition is, 
works, according to the first covenant, or it is on the principle of 
grace, and the condition is faith, according to the second cove- 
nant.) 

**Now to him that worketh (that is, performs the condition of the covenant 
of works) is the reward not reckoned of grace, but of debt. But to him 
that worketh not, but belie veth on him that Justifleth the ungodly, (that is, 
performs the condition of the covenant of grace) his faith is counted for 
righteousness." 

Rom. 4: 4,6. 

Hallowell: Glazier, Masters & Smith. 1841. [8398 

Randolph. Incorporated 1887. See Pittston. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 345 



Raitgelbt Lakes. 

Conglomerates at 1868. See Yose, George L. 

^Trout-fishing in. 1876. See Seymour, E. 

Trout-fishing in. 1883. See Meyer, Alfred M. 

^Adventures at. 1887. See Farrar, C. A. J. 



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Raitkin, Mathew H. Lewiston. 

Divine Proyidence illustrated in his life. 1875. See Goddard, 
Mary J. 

Rastell, John. 

Les Fermes de la Leg. London. 1721. (Reprint.) Portland: 1812. 

[8399 

Ratio Disciflinab, or Constitution of Congregational churches. 
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Rattebmann, H. a. 

Geschichte des Deutschen inn Staate Maine. N. Y. E. Steuger A 
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Sketch of. Me. Biog. 1 : 26. (1875.) [8401 

Rat, Db. David. Otisfield. 

Sketch of his life and times. 1881. See Holden, G. B. 

Ray, Fabius Maximtts. 6. 1837. Lawyer, Portland. 

A Week in Scotland. No. Month. 1:291,366. (1864.) [8402 

^The Christmas Tree, and other poems. By F. M. Ray. Portland, 

Me. : Dresser, McLellan & Co., 47 Exchange Street 1874. 16mo. 
pp. 38. [8408 

Dedicated to Albert B. Otis, Esq., of Boston. 

The Journal of Dr. Caleb Rea, written during the expedition 

against Ticonderoga in 1758. Edited by his great-grandson, F. M. 
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The same. Separately printed. Salem, Mass: 1881. 8yo. pp. 71. 

[8405 
^Ancestry of. 1889. See American Ancestry. 



346 BIBUOGRAPHT OF MAINE. 

Bat, Isaac, M. D., LL. D. 1807-81. Physician, r. Maine, 1827-46. 
Conversations on the animal economy: designed for the instmction 
of youth and the perusal of general readers. By Isaac Bay, M. 
D. 

"In explaining these things, I esteem myself as composing a solemn 
hymn to the Great Architect of our bodily frame, in which, I think, there is 
more true piety, than in sacrificing hecatombs of oxen, or in burning the 
most costly perfumes.'* 

GAIiEN. 

Portland: Shirley <ft; Hyde. 1829. 12mo. pp. 242. [8406 

Obituary. (Of Benjamin Lincoln.) N. £. Mag. 9: 146. (1836.) 

[8407 

A Treatise on the medical jurisprudence of insanity. Boston: 

Charles C. Little and James Brown. 1888. 8yo. pp. xy, 480. [8406 

The same. Fifth edition, revised and enlarged. Boston: Little, 

Brown and Company. 1871. 8yo. pp. xy, 668. [8409 

The same, with an introductory essay by D. Spillan. London : G. 

Henderson. 1839. 16mo. pp. 1 p. y,-xxyiii, 436. [8410 

Medical Jurisprudence of Insanity. Lucid intervals. Am. Jurist. 

18:390. (1838.) [8411 

Ratmokd. Incorporated 1803. 

Extracts from records. 1734. See Cook, Charles S. 

Ratneb, Menzies. Clergyman, Portland, 1831-36. 

St Paul a Uniyersalist. A sermon delivered in the Universalist 

church in Portland, Nov. .6, 1831, by Menzies Rayner, pastor of 

said church. 

** Unto me, who am less than the least of all saints, is this iqraoe given, that 
I should preach among the Qentiles the unsearchable riches of Christ. 

Sph. 3:8. 

Published by Menzies Rayner, Jr. Portland : Printed by Day, 

Fraser & Co. Exchange Street 1831. 8vo. pp. 16. [8412 

A Review of Dr. Tyler's Missionary sermon. By Menzies Rayner, 

pastor of the first Universalist society in Portland, Me. Portland: 
Published by M. Rayner, Jr. 1832. 8vo. pp. 28. [8413 

Parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus; illustrated in nine lectures, 

delivered in the First Universalist church in Portland, Maine. 
1833. Boston: Marsh, Capen & Lyon. 1833. 12mo. pp. 187. 

[8414 

Six Lectures on revivals of religion, delivered in the Uniyersalist 

church in Portland, 1834. By Menzies Rayner. 

" And, behold the Lord passed by, and a great and strong wind rent the 
mountains and brake in pieces the rocks, before the Lord ; but the Lord was 
not in the wind : and after the wind an earthquake ; but the Lord was not in 
the earthquake : and after the earthquake a fire ; but the Lord was not in the 
fire : and after the fire a still small voice." 

IKinf2:s,19:ll, 12. 



BIBLIOOBAPHT OF MAINE. 347 

" Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of 
God." 

IJohn, 4: 1. 

Portland: Menzies Rayner, Jr. 1834. 18mo. pp. 126. [8415 

Rka, Db. Caleb. 

Journal Ticonderoga Expedition. 1758. See Ray, F. M. 

Rbad, David. 1709-1881. Burlington, Vt. 

Nathan Read: his invention of the multi-tubular-boiler and porta- 
ble high-pressure engine, and discovery of the true mode of ap- 
plying steam-power to navigation and railways. A contribution 
to the early history of the steamboat and locomotive engine. By 
his friend and nephew David Read. New York : 1870. 12mo. pp. 
xiyi, 201. (Port, and plates.) [8416 

Read, Nathan, A. A. S. 1759-1849. Inventor, r. Belfast, 1807-49. 

A Disquisition on creation, annihilation, the future existence and 

final happiness of all sentient beings. 

"The genuine dictate of our natural faculties is the voice of God, no less 
than what he reveals from heaven; and to say that it is fallacious is to im- 
pute a lie to the Ood of truth. " 

Bkid. 

Belfast: Printed by Ephraim Fellowes. 1828. 8vo. pp. ^. 

[8417 

The same. By Nathan Read, A. M., A. A. S. Belfast: Charles Giles, 

Printer. 1846. 8vo. pp. 14. [8418 

Biographical Sketch of. Essex Inst. Hist. Coll. 1:184. (1859.) 

(Port) [8419 

Biography of, with portrait. 1861. See Reed, Jacob W. 

His Invention of high-pressure engine and discovery of application 

of steam power. (1870.) See Read, David. 

Read, Noah. 

Testimony concerning. 1849. See Memorials Deceased Friends. 

Read, Thomas Buchanan. 1822-72. Poet, New York. 

The Female Poets of America, with portraits, biographical notices, 

and specimens of their writings, by Thomas Buchanan Read, 

Philadelphia. 1849. 8vo. pp. 420. [8420 

Maine is represented by eight poems, written by Elizabeth Oakes Smith, 
and by one poem written by Harriet Winslow, of Portland. 

RsADFiBLD. Incorporated 1791. 

Sermon, ordination of James Murphy. 1789. See Green, Thomas. 

« 

Poem. 1835. See Tefft, Benj. F. 

Sermon on Rev. Isaac Case. 1852. See Thurston, David. 

Tragedy at. 1868. See Greene, Jonas. 



348 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Readfield, Continued. 

Constitution of the alumni association of the Maine Wesleyan 

Seminary and Female College. Portland: Castell & Co., Printers. 

1885. 16mo. n. pp. (pp. 4.) [8421 

Real Actions. Law and Practice of. 1831. See Steams, Asahel. 

Reasons fob the Instbtjction of Younobb Minds. 1820. See Cotton, 

N. 

Rebellion (Maine in the Wab of). 

Adjutant General. Annual reports. 1861-66. See Maine: Public 
Documents. 

^Bates College. Roll of honor. See Adjutant General* s Report 

1 : 522. (1864-65.) 

Bowdoin College. List of members who served in the army or 

navy. 1865. See Bowdoin College. 

^Bowdoin College. Patriotic record of. 1867. See Thompson, J. H. 

Colby University in. 1866. See Colby University. 

East Maine Conference Seminary War Record. 1877. See Webb, 

N. B. 
Eastern Maine and the Rebellion, with brief histories of regiments. 

1887. See Stanley, Ruel H. 

Maine in the War for the Union. 1865. See Whitman, W. E. S. 

Portland Soldiers and Sailoi*s. List and brief sketch of the part 

they took. 1884. See Portland. 

BEOIUENT8 AND B0LDISB8 — HIST0BIE8 AND BEUNI0N8. 

Cavalry. First Regiment. Campaigns of. 1866. See Merrill, 
Samuel H. 

Cavalry. First Regiment. History of. 1887. See Tobie, Edward P. 

First Maine Cavalry. Records of the proceedings of the First 

Maine Reunion, held at Augusta, September 26, 1872. 8vo. 

pp. 40. [8422 

Ck>iitainB list of members, also lists of deceased members of the regiment. 

First Maine Cavalry. Second Annual Reunion, Bangor, Sep- 
tember 18, 1873. 8vo. pp. 46. [8422a 

First Maine Cavalry. Third and Fourth Annual Reunions, held 
at Portland, September 0, 1874, at Rockland, September 15, 1875. 
pp. 18, pp. 43. [8422b 

First Maine Cavalry Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Reunions at Port- 
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Augusta, August 7, 1878. One pamphlet, pp. 77. [8422c 

First Maine Cavalry. Eighth and Ninth Reunions at Lewiston, 
September 2, 1879, and at Pittsfield, August 25, 1880. One 
pamphlet, pp. 108. [8428 



BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 349 

First Maine Cay airy. Tentli Reunion at Dover, August 31, 1881. 

pp. 80. [8428a 

First Maine Cayalry. Eleventh Reunion at Brunswick, 1882. 

pp. 62. [8423b 

Heavy Artillery. Roster of Company C. 1887. See Smith, Zimro A. 
Infantry. First Regiment. History of. 1871. See Gould, John M. 
Infantry. First Regiment. Directory of association. 1889. See 

Gould, John M. 
Infantry. Second Regiment. Flag presented to, by Vice-President 

Hamlin. 18Bl. See Moore, Frank. 

Infantry. Fifth Regiment. Address to, on presentation of colors. 
1861. See Williams, Isaiah T. 

Fifth Regiment. History of. 1871. See Bicknell, George W. 
Fifth Regiment. Account of reenlisted men and recruits. 1871. 

See Hyde, Thomas W. 
Infantry. Tenth Regiment. History of. 1871. See Gould, John M. 

Infantry. Tenth Battalion. History of. 1871. See Jordan, Leon- 
ard G. 

Infantry. Eleventh Regiment. Roster and record Company D, 
with sketch of services. 1883. See Maxwell, Albert. 

Infantry. Fifteenth Regiment. History. 1890. See Shorey, Henry 

A. 
Infantry. Sixteenth Regiment. The Sixteenth in War of Rebellion. 

1871. Sec Small, Abner R. 

Infantry. Seventeenth Regiment. The campaigns of. 1866. See 
Houghton, Edwin B. 

Infantry. Nineteenth Regiment. Reunions of. 1878. See Nash, 
Charles E. 

Reunions of the Twentieth Maine Regiment Association at Port- 
land, with a sketch of its history. Waldoboro, Maine. 1881. 
8vo. pp. 31. [84230 

Infantry. Twentieth Regiment. Army life of. 1882. See Gerrish, 
Theodore. 

Dedication of the Twentieth Maine Monuments at Gettysburg, Oct. 

3, 1889, with report of annual reunion, Oct. 2, 1889. Waldoboro, 

Maine: News Steam Job Print. 1891. 8vo. pp. 25. [8424 

Addresses of Qen. J. L. Chamberlain at dedication of monaments at 
Round Top. pp. 2&61. 

Light Artillery. Seventh Maine Battery. History. 1892. See 
Twitchell, A. S. 

Grand Army of the Republic. Department of Maine. Proceedings, 
and account of introduction of order into Maine. 1877. See 
Lapham, William B., and Nason, George A. 



356 BIBUOOBAFHT OF MAINE. 

Rbbeluon, (Mains in the Wab of), Continued^ 

Proceedings of the llth-16th annual encampments of the Grand 
Army of the Republic, department of Maine, with general orders 
and circulars, etc. 1877-83. Lewiston : Printed at the Journal 
office. 1884. 8yo. [8425 

Grand Army of the Republic. Souvenir and official programme; 
of the nineteenth annual encampment of the Grand Army of the 
Republic, at Portland, Me., June 22d to 27th, 1885. Portland, 
Me: Press of Ford A Rich, comer Exchange and Fore Streets, 
(n. d.) 1885. 8yo. pp. 64. (Illus.) [8426 

G. A. R. Roster of the Department of Maine, Grand Army of the 
Republic. 1887. n. p. 16mo. n. pp. (pp. 12.) [8427 

Department of Maine. Grand Army of the Republic. Roll of the 

seventy-second annual encampment at Lewiston. Feb. 7 and 8, 

1889. Portland: Owen, Strout & Co. Printers. 1889. 8yo. pp. 32. 

[8428 
Roster of. 1889. See Milliken, E. C. 

RSCHABITBS. 

The Regulations and By-laws to be observed by the members of the 
Independent Order of Rechabites in the United States of America. 
Portland: A. Shirley & Son, Printers. 1844. 18mo. pp. 22. [8429 

The Regulations and Greneral Laws of the Independent Order of 

Rechabites, in North America. Adopted September 19, 1845. 
Portland: 1847. 12mo. pp. 32. [8430 

RxD RiDme Hood. 1868. See Baxter, J. P. 

Redinoton, Aba, LL. D. 1789-1874. Lawyer, Augusta, Lewiston. 
Complete List of attorneys at law in the counties of Franklin and 
Somerset, Maine. Am. Q. Reg. 13:293. (1841.) [8431 

^Attorneys at Law in Kennebec County, Maine. Am. Q. Reg. 15: 

501. (1843.) [8432 

^Reports of cases in law and equity, determined by the Supreme Ju- 
dicial Court of Maine. Compiled, under a resolve of the Legis- 
lature, from the minutes of Hon. John Shepley, late reporter. 
Msdne Reports. Volume XXIX. Hallowell: Masters, Smith & 
Co. 1850. 8vo. pp. 600. ^ [8433 

The same. Volume XXX. Hallowell: Masters, Smith & Co 

1851. 8vo.pp.603. [8434 

^Reports of cases in law and equity, determined by the Supreme Ju- 
dicial Court of Maine. By Asa Redington, reporter to the State. 
Volume XXXI. Hallowell: Masters, Smith <& Co. 1851. 8vo. 
pp. 651. [8435 

^The same. Volume XXXII. Hallowell: Masters, Smith & Co. 

8vo. pp. 656. [8436 



BIBLIOOKAPHT OF HAIKE. 351 

^Thesame. Volume XXXIII. Hallowell: Masters, Smith & Co. 

1853. 8vo. pp. 660. [8437 

ContaixiB sketch of Hon. Nathan Weston, LL. D. 

^The same. Volume XXXIV. Hallowell: Masters, Smith & Co. 

8vo. pp. 648. [8438 

The same. Volume XXXV. Hallowell: Masters, Smith & Co. 8vo. 

pp. 640. [8430 

^Repentance and Forgiveness after Death. By Asa Redington, a lay- 
man. Lewiston : Printed for the author. 1873. 8yo. pp. 44. 

[8440 

Biographical Sketch of Frank Vose. (1886.) See N. E. Hist. Gen. 

Soc. Memorial Biographies. 

Reed, Albert Alfbbd. Boston. 

Where? By Albert A. Reed. Bath, Me.: The H. W. Howard PH'g 

Co. 1886. 16mo. pp. 10. [8441 

Descriptive of summer resorts at and near the mouth of Kennebec River. 

(Reed, Benjamin.) 

The Tree of Life, the flying angel and the millenium. Bangor: 
Author. 1871. 12mo. pp. 105. [8442 

Reed Family. Phipsburg. 1888. See Reed, Parker M. 

Reeb, Isaac Gabdneb. 1788-1847. Lawyer, Waldoboro. 

An Oration delivered at Warren, on the fourth day of July, A. D. 
1800, in commemoration of the Declaration of American Inde- 
pendence, at the request of the Library Society in Warren. By 
Isaac 6. Reed, Esq. of Waldoboro. Portland: Printed by Arthur 
Shirley. 1800. 12mo. pp. 21. [8448 

Notice of. 1850. See Allen, Frederic. 

Reed, Jacob Whittemobe. 1806-64. Lawyer, Groveland, Mass. 

History of the Reed family in Europe and America. By Jacob 
Whittemore Reed, member of the New England Historic Geneal- 
ogical Society. Boston: Printed by John Wilson & Son, 22 
School Street. 1861. 8yo. pp. viii, 688. (Illus.) [8444 

Biography of Hon. Nathan Read, with portrait, pp. 280-804; the London- 
derry ReidB, 464; the Boothbay stock, 478. 

Rkibd, Johk, D. D. 1761-1881. Clergyman, Bridgewater, Mass. 

A Sermon, preached October 10, 1792, at the ordination of the Rey. 
Jonas Hartwell, to the pastoral care ol the First church and con- 
gregation in Kittery. By Rev. John Reed, of Bridgewater. Bos- 
ton: Printed by Upton & Farwell, No. 4, Washington Street 
1841. 8yo. pp. 16. [8445 



352 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Bbbd, Mbs. Mabt Sabina. 

The Wild Flower. By Mrs. M. S. Heed. 

There's beauty all around our path, If but our watchful eyes 
Can trace it midst familiar things and through their lowly guise : 
We may ilnd it where a hedgerow showers its blossoms o'er our way 
Or a cottage window sparkles forth in the last red light of day. 

Mbs. Hxmaxs. 

Portland: S. H. Colesworthy. 1848. 82mo. pp. 96. [8446 

Poem. 1875. See Maine Press Association. 

Poem. 1879. See Auburn : Elm Street Parish. 

Rbed, Pabkeb McCobb. 6. 1813. Bath. 

Reed Family. Me. Bee. 5: 129. (1888.) [8447 
^Ancestry of. 1888. See American Ancestry. 

The Bench and Bar of Wisconsin. History and biography, with 

portrait illustrations. By Parker McCobb Reed. Milwaukee: 
P. M. Reed, Publisher. 1882. sm. 4to. pp. 541. [8448 

History of the Lower Kennebec, 1602-1889. By Parker McCobb 

Reed, author of *^ History of the Bench and Bar of Wisconsin. " 
President Sagadahoc Historical Society. Member Maine State 
Historical Society. Bath, Maine. 1889. sm. 4to. pp. 57. (Adyer- 
Usements, pp. 58-72.) [8449 

Reed, Rebecca Peblet. 

Everybody * 8 Providence. By Rebecca Perley Reed. Approved by the 
committee of publication. Boston: Congregational Publishing 
Society, Congregational House, Beacon Street. 1873. 12mo. pp. 
270. [8450 

Reed, Thomas Bbackbtt, LL. D. 6. 1839. Statesman, lawyer, Port- 
land. 

May Training. University Q. 1 : 264. (1860.) * [8451 

Relating: to tiie military display by the students of Bowdoin Colleg^e, in 
1838. A note under the title is as follows: 

" The only account of the singular scene which we shall attempt to 
describe, is to be found in the local paper, dated May 7th, 1896. Upon this, 
the sole source of information, the following article is based." 

Oration; By Hon. Thomas B. Reed, of Maine. Delivered at Colby 

University, Waterville, Me. June 30, 1885. (n. p.) 8vo. pp. 8. 

[8452 

Obstacles to Gk>od Legislation. By Hon. T. B. Reed, M. C, of 

Maine. Chant. 6:516. (1886.) [8458 

Outlying Province. No. Am. Rev. 146:86. (1888.) [8454 

On Alaska. 

-On Protection. Speech delivered in the United States House of 

Representatives, May 19, 1888. New York: M. J. Ivers A Co. 

1888. 8vo. [8455 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 853 

-The same. 1888. See ^'Platforms and Candidates.'' 

-Democracy at St. Louis. No. Am. Rev. 147: 37. (1888.) [8456 

-The President's Letter. No. Am. Rev. 147 : 385. (1888.) [8457 

-Rules of the House of Representatives. Cent. 37: 792. (1889.) [8458 

-The Protectionist's View of It. Belford's Mag. 3:641. (1889.) 

[5459 

-Obstruction in the National House. No. Am. Rev. 149:421. (1889.) 

[8560 

-Reforms Needed in the House. No. Am. Rev. 150:537. (1890.) 

[8561 

-The Limitations of the Speakership. By the Hon. Thomas B. Reed, 
the speaker, and the Hon. John G. Carlisle, ex-speaker of the 
House of Representatives. No. Am. Rev. 150:382. (1890.) [8562 

-Contested Elections. By the Hon. Thomas B. Reed, speaker of the 
House of Representatives. No. Am. Rev. 151:112. (1890.) [8563 

-Speaker Reed's Error. 1890. See X. M. C. 

-A Reply to X. M. C. By the Hon. Thomas B. Reed, speaker of the 
House of Representatives. No. Am. Rev. 151 : 228. (1890.) [8564 

-Speaker Reed's Change of Rules in Congress. 1890. See Cham- 
berlain, D. H. 

-Sketch of Mr. Reed, with portrait. 1890. See Brownson, W. H. 



The Federal Control of Elections. No. Am. Rev. 150: 671. (1890.) 

[8565 
The President of Harvard. American Economist. (1890.) [8566 

The House of Representatives. Youth's Companion. 63: 665. 

(1890.) [8567 

Reese, Levi H. 1806-51. Clergyman, Philadelphia. 

A Funeral Address delivered Feb. 27th, 1838. Before the Congress 
of the United States, on the occasion of the death of Hon. Jona- 
than Cilley, by the Rev. Levi R. Reese, chaplain of the House of 
Representatives. Washington City: Printed by Jacob Gideon, Jr. 
1838. 8vo. pp. 7. [8568 

Reflections ON Was. By a layman. No. 1. Portland: 1830. 12mo. 

[8569 
Reginald Revebie. Paeud. See Mellen, Grenville. 

Reid, James D. 

The Telegraph in America. Its founders, promoters, and noted 

men. By James D. Reid. New York: Derby Brothers. 1879. 

8vo. pp. 846. (Portraits.) [8570 

Chap. 27. New York and BoBton Magnetic Telegraph Company; F. O. J. 
Smith. Chap. 30. Maine Teleg;raph Company; James Eddy; Hiram O. Alden; 
James 8. Bedlow. 

24* 



354 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Reidhead, William. 1757-1811. British soldier, r. Penobscot 
Journal at seige of Penobscot. 1779. See Wardwell, Hosea B. 

Relatiokb des Jbsuites con tenant ce qui s'est pass^ de plus remar- 
quable dans les Missions des P^res de la Compagnie de J^sns 
dans la Nouvelle-France. Ouvrage public sous les auspices du 
Gouvemement Canadien. Volume I. Embrassant les ann^es 
1611, 1626 et la p^riode de 1632 ft 1641. Volume II. Embrassant 
les ann^es de 1642 ft 1655. Volume III. Embrassant les ann^es de 
1656 ft 1672, et une table analytique des mati^res contenues dans 
tout Pouvrage. Quebec, Augustin Cot^, £diteur-Imprimeur, 
Pr^s de PArchevdch^ 1858. roy. Svo. (Separate pagination for 
each year.) [8671 

Contents reUUing to Maine: Anglais. Comment leB Sanvages de I'Acadle 
lesappellent, 1611, 8; ^tablisen Virginle, 46; s'emparent de S. Sauvenr, 46; 
pillent I'habitation, 48; comment lis traitent lee J^uites, 48 et tuie.; brAlent 
8. Sauyenr, Ste. Croix et Port-Royal, 63; on apprend qn*lls ont remisft M. de 
Raxilly le Fort de Pentag^oaet, 1636, 12; ont an ^tabliaeement snr le Kte^bee, 
1640, 36; on apprend qu'lls l*ont abandonn^, 1641, 47; esttme qn'ils font da P. 
Druillettes, 168S, 29. 

Argall (Samuel), capitaine anglais; se saisit secrfttement de La Sanssaye, 
et s'empare de 8. Saaveur, 1611, 48; retoume en Virginie, 62; avoue sa foar^ 
berie poar sauver ses prisonniers, 62; revlent d^tmire et brAler S. 8auyear, 
Ste. Croix et Port-Royal, 63, 64; sa g^nerosite poar le P. Biard, 64, 66. 

Biard (Pierre), P^re j^uite, missionnaire en Acadie, 1611, 3, 4; Accom 
pagne M. de Poutrincourt an pays des Etchemins, 30; accompagne M. de 
Biancourt ft la riTiftre Ste Croix, 32;. suit M. de la Saussaye A S. Sanveor, 44; 
prls par les Anglais, 48; demeare prisonnier, ponvant s'evader, 49; refose 
conduire Argall a Ste. Croix, 63; enooart la haipe da lieutenant Tamel, 64; 
g<^n^roBit^ d* Argall ft son ^gard, 64, 66. 

Biencoort (La siear de) 1611, Ta 4 la rivlAre Ste. Croix avec le P. Biard, 32; 
Tabsence da P. Biard Pempdche de faire fea sor les saavages de Ki^neb^ 
36; retoame ft Port-Royal, arrftte ft Pentagoaet, pais ft Ste. Croix, oft Plitrier 
lai donne des vivres, 37. 

C^anibas, saavages de la riTiftre K^n^bec (ce sont les yrain Ab^naqols), 
1611,6; lear caractdre, 36; amis des Fran^ais, ennemis des Anglais, 36. 

Stcbemins, primitivement Eteminquois, nation saavage de la Nouvelle- 
France qui s'^tendait de la riviere S. Jean au K^n^bec, 1611, 2, 6; alli^ des 
Fran^ais, 8; sa population, 16. 

Kadesqnit, port d' Acadie, oft La Saussaye avait projete un ^tabliseement, 
1611, 44, 45. 

K^^bec ou Kinibeki, rividre des CanibasouAb^naquis, 1611,16; prochedes 
Armouchlquois, 36; pourquoi les sauvages dn K^n^bec chassdrent les Ang- 
lais qui voulaient s' ^tablir chez eux, en 1608 et 1609, 1611, 36; les Anglais j 
ont vu ^tablissement, 1640, 36; on apprend qu'ils I'ont abandonn^, 1641, 48; le 
Tkre Druillett6s redescend cette riviftre, 1647, 62; le m6me F^re vislte on 
douzaine de bourgades abenaquises Stabiles sur cette riviere, 1662, 26; di- 
verses tribus abenaquises qui fr^quentent cette riviftre, 1660, 27; les Iroquoia 
y font des incursions, 1662, 1. 

Masse (Enmond), P6re jesuite, natif de Lyon, 1611, 18; se rend ft Dieppe 
avec le P. Biard, pour passer en Canada, 27; reste seul ft Port Royal avec un 
autre fran^als, pendant que les autres vont au K^neb^, 37; se rend, avec le 
P. Biard, aupres du capitaine anglais Argall, etlui d^lare ouvertement qa'll 
est j^uite, 49. 

Monts (Pierre du Gua, Sieur de), obtient de Henri IV des lettres patentee 
de Lieutenant general en Canada, 1611, 2; s* ^tablit ft Ste. Croix, puis ft Port 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 355 

Royal, 2, 4; cdde k Madame de Guercbeyllle ses droits Bur 1* Acadle, k V ex- 
ception de Port-Royal, 99. 

Naranchoaac, village ab^naquis, 1662, 24; lea habitants de ce lieu re^oiyent 
bien le P. Druilettes, 24; le natnralisent ab^naqnis, 30. 

Norembegue, ancien nom du pays arros^ par la rividre de Pentagouet* 
1611, 2 ; M. de Monts s' ^tablit sur la cOte de Norembegue, ^; aspect de oette 
contr^, 5; ses terres, 6. 

Pemetig on Pemetic, noun nom sauvage d'anetle situte vers remboncbure 
de la riviere Pemtegoaet ou Pentagouet (auj. Penobscot), et que Cbamplain 
appela Montet-DiMertit k cause de son aridity, 1611, 44. 

Pencouit ou Pemaquid, ties oil les Anglais de la V Irginle faisaient tous les 
les ans le p6cbe de la morue, 16X1, 46. 

Pentagouet (auj. Penobscot), riviere que quelques anteurs anciens ont 
applte Norembigue, 1611, 6, 11; les Etcbemins s* etendalent jusqu'4 oette 
riyitoe, 15; ... 37; lesPftres Capucins yayaient un petit hospice, 1647, 62; 
les Etcbemins de Pentagouet font partie de la mission ab^naquise, 1660, 27. 

Pentagouetch, sauyages de la rlvidre Pentagouet, 1640, 36. 

Razilly (M. le Commandeur de); les Anglais lui rendent Pentagouet, 1686, 
12, 19; estime dont il est I'objet en Acadie, 1636, 41. 

Saint-Sauveur, ^tablissement de M. de la Saussaye, 1611, 6, 44, 45; pris et 
plU^ par les Anglais, 46-SO; d^truit et brille, 63. 

Sainte-Oroix, He ou se flxa M. de Monts, 1611, 2, 4; 4 six lieues du Port-«ux. 
Coquilles, 32; Thabitation est detruite et brftl^e par les Anglais, 63. 

Bainte-Croix (Riyidre), k V embouchure de laquelle est situ^ lUe Sainte- 
Croix, 1611, 11. 

Saussaye (Le Sieur de la), fond un ^tablissement k Saint-Sauveur, 1611, 48f 
44; il est fait prisonnler par les Anglais, 46-48. 

Thet (Gilbert du), Frftre jesuite ; arrive en Acadie, 1611, 39, 43; blesse k mort 
par les Anglais, k la prise de Saint Sauveur, 47; enterr^ au pied d'une grande 
croix, 48. 

Tumel (Guillaume), lieutenant de Samuel Argall, 1611, 60; prendle P. Biard 
en aversion, et pourquoi, 54, 56. 

llELLT, James. 1720-78. English author. 

Union: or a treatise on the consanguinity and affinity between 
Christ and his church. (Originally published in London, 1750.) 
Paris, Me., 1826. 12mo. pp. xvi, 75. [8672 

Rbhabkb on the Two Last Repobts of the Land Agent, together 
with some particulars of his conduct while in office; addressed 
to the Governor, Council and Legislature of the State of Maine, 
(n. p. n. d.) (1828.) 8vo. pp. 13, (1). [8673 

See ** Honestus," pseud, for a ** Vindication." 

(A) reply to the "Vindication" of ** The Land Agent,** &c, by the author 
of the Remarks (n. p. n. d.), 8vo. pp. 23, followed. 
The land agent was Daniel Rose, of Thomaston. 

Remabks upon the Wbitinob of Swedenboro: with extracts from 
the works of different authors. Bath, (Me.) Published for the 
compiler. 1822. 8yo. pp. 38. [8574 

Remick, Misb Martha. Elttery. 

Agnes Stanhope: A tale of English life. By Miss Martha Remick. 
Boston: Published by James M. Usher, No. 37 Cornhill. 1862 
12mo. pp. 443. [8676 



356 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Remigk, Miss Mabtha, Continued. 

Richard Ireton: A legend of the early settlement of New England. 

By Martha Remick. Boston: Loring, Publisher, n. d. 12mo. 

pp. 466. [8576 

Millicent Halford: A tale of the Dark Days of Kentucky in the 

year 1861. By Martha Remick. Boston: A. Williams A Co., 
100 Washington Street. 1865. 12mo. pp. 424. [8577 

Remsen, Iba O. 

On Para-brom benzoic sulphlnide. 1886. See Bayley, W. S. 

Republican Pabty. 

History of its formation in Maine. (1884.) See Fogg, W. Fred P. 

Resubbection OF THE Blue-Laws (A); or Maine reform in temperate 

doses. Being a discussion of the principles, moral, political, 

and constitutional, involved in the provisions of the liquor bill, 

before the Massachusetts Legislature during the session of 1852. 

By a Primitive Washington! an. 

" ^Tell 

Why thy canonizM bones, hearsed in death, 

Have burst their cerements ; why the sepulchre, 

Wherein we saw thee quietly inum'd. 

Hath op*d his ponderous and marble jaws, 

To cast thee up again. What may this mean. 

That thou, dead corse, again In complete steel, 

Revist'et thus the glimpses of the moon, 

Making night hideous? " 

Shakbpeare. 

Second edition. Boston: Printed by William Chadwick. 1852. 

8vo. pp. 24. [8578 

Chap. YII. Operation of the Liquor Law in Maine. 

Resubbection of the Body Demonstbated (The). By a theologian. 
The different resurrection theories stated. The facts of the res- 
urrection proved. The objections answered. Important points. 
Portland: Published by Bailey & Noyes. 1874. 16mo. pp. 93. 

[8579 
Revebie, Reginald. Pseud. See Mellen, Grenville. 

Review of the Pboceedings of the Leoislatubb of Maine in 
1843. By a Citizen of the State. ** We speak to honest, think- 
ing men. '* Augusta: Severance & Dorr, Printers. 1843. 8vo. 
pp. 32. [8580 

Revised Statutes of Maine Reduced to Questions and Answebs. 
1841. See Wedgewood, William. 

Revolution. 

A History of the American Revolution. Published in London un- 
der the superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Use- 
ful Knowledge. London: 1830. [8581 



BIBLIOORAPHY OF MAINE. 357 

Contains President Dwlgbt's account of the capture and escape of Gene- 
ral Peleg Wadsworth and Major Benjamin Burton from the British fort at 
Gastlne In 1781. pp. 171-189. 

The same. First American edition. With notes and cuts. Boston: 

Stimpson & Clapp. 1832. 16mo. pp. (1), 202. [8582 

RBYOLUTIOI7ABT PsNsiONEBs IN MAINE. 1859. See Willls, William. 

Rbvolutionaby Soldieb, Nabbativb of a. 1830. See Martin, 
Joseph P. 

Revolvtionabt Soldiebs at the Eastwabd. (1777.) Bang. H. M. 
4; 119. (1888.) [8583 

In Machlas and vicinity. 

Rexdale, Robebt. Pseud. See Barbour, Robert F. 

Retnolbb, Edwabd C. 

The Maine Scholars' Manual. Arranged for the use of schools. By 
Edward C. Reynolds. Fourth edition. Revised and enlarged. 
Portland, Me.: McLellan, Mosher & Co. 1888. 12mo. pp. 81. 

[8584 
Reynolds, Jesse T. 

Conflict of Reason and Theology. By Jesse T. Reynolds. 

Come, now, and let us reason together, saith the Lord. 

Isaiah 1:18. 

Published by the author. Portland, Me.: 1877. 12mo. pp. 124. 

[8585 
Rice, David. 1733-1816. Clergyman, Kentucky. 

Slavery Inconsistent with Justice and Good Policy, proved by a 
speech delivered in the convention held at Danville, Kentucky. 
By the Rev. David Rice. Printed at Augusta, by Peter Edes. 
1804. 8vo. pp. 23. [8586 

Ricb, Richabd Dbxtby. 1810-82. Lawyer and justice Supreme Judi- 
cial Court, Augusta. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1885. See Lapham, W. B. 
Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

Ricb, Thomas. 1768-1854. Lawyer, Winslow. 
Notice of. 1850. See Allen, Frederic. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Notice of. 1864. See Palmer, Joseph. 

Brief Sketch of. 1890. See Green, Samuel A. 

Rice, Thomas, and family, Wiscasset. 
Sketch of. 1889. See Porter, J. W. 

Ricb, W. A., and Clabk, Isaac R. 

Objects and History of United Fellowship in Maine. By. W. A. 
Rice, deputy supreme director, and I. R. Clark, Bangor. Ban- 
gor: O. F. Knowles <& Co., Printers. 1883. 12mo. pp. 32. [8587 



858 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Rich, Caroline W. D. Lewiston. (Mrs. Thomas Hill Rich.) 

Slippery Paths. A temperance story. Portland: Hoyt, Fogg A 
Donham. 1872. 16mo. pp. 71. [8588 

^The same. Second edition. 1876. 

The same. Third edition. 1884. 



Poem written for the centennial celebration of the town of Turner, 

Maine, by Mrs. Caroline W. D. Rich. Printed by B. Thurston & 
Company, Portland, Me. 1886. 8yo. pp. 14. [8580 

Happenings, by Caroline W. D. Rich. Illustrated by Miss Lyle 

Durgin, Boston. Lakeside Press, Auburn, Maine, Publishers. 
1888. 4to. pp. 114. (9 illus.: photogravures.) [8590 

The same. Second edition. 1889. 

A Summer Idyl a poem. Printed as souvenir for friends and il- 
lustrated by her own brush. Printed by Journal Publishing Co., 
Lewiston, Me. 4to. pp. 9. [8591 

Rich, Fbanklix Gabdineb. b. 1835. Publisher, Portland, Bangor. 

The Two Monuments: contrasting heaven gained and heaven lost. 

A Sabbath-school concert exercise. By F. G. Rich. Portland: 

Hoyt, Fogg & Breed, Publishers. F. G. Rich & Co., Printers. 

1871. 8vo. pp. 16. [8592 

Rich, Hosea, M. D. 1780-1866. Physician, Bangor, 1805^. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1866. See Weston, J. C. 

Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

Sketch of. 1886. See Porter, J. W. 

Rich, Mabshall Nye. b. 1830. r. Portland. 

Tombstone Inscriptions. North Yarmouth. O.T.I: 4. (1877.) 

[8593 

The Northwest Religious Society of North Yarmouth. O. T. 1: 22. 

(1877.) [8594 

Shipping Interest of North Yarmouth. O. T. 1: 49. (1877.) [8595 

Privateers of North Yarmouth. 1812-15. O. T. 1: 65. (1877) 

[8596 

^The First Church of North Yarmouth. O. T. 1 : 117. (1877.) [8597 

Early Churches in Maine. O. T. 2: 117. (1878.) [8598 

Originally published in the Portland Transcript. 

^The Ring Family in Maine. Me. Rec. 1 : 144. (1884.) [8599 



Rich, Thomas Hill. 1822-93. Lewiston. Professor Bates College. 
«' A Study of Nahum.'' Boston: D. Lothrop & Co. 1879. 12mo. pp. 
24. [8600 

" The Song of Deborah." Journal Society Biblical Literature and 

Exegesis. Middletown, Conn. 1:56. (1881.) [8601 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 359 

A Metrical Rendering of the Second Psalm, by Professor Thomas 

Hill Rich. Lakeside Press Print, Auburn, Me. MDCCCLXXX- 
VIII. sm. 4to. pp. 7. [8602 

** Psalm 110." Old and New Testament Student, 9: 210. (1889.) 

[8003 

RiCHABDS, C. W. 

A Historical Almanac containing historical matter concerning the 
town of Richmond, collected from town records and other 
sources, and arranged by months, under each date. An * pre- 
ceding a paragraph denotes that it has been impossible to fix the 
exact date. Published in the interests of the advertisers. 1888. 
By 0. W. Richards. Richmond, Me. Copyright applied for. Bee 
Steam Job Print. 12mo. n. pp. (26). ' [8604 

RiCHABDS, Geobqe. (2. 1814. Clergyman, Philadelphia. 

The Scripture Doctrine of Election, considered as glory to God in 
the highest; and on earth peace and good will towards men: 
being the spirit of a discourse delivered at the ordination of 
Brother Thomas Barnes, ministering to the Universal societies 
of Falmouth, New-Gloucester, and Norway, in the District of 
Maine and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Wednesday, January 
6, 1802. Portsmouth, N. H. 4to. pp. 47. [8605 

RiCHABDS, Geoboe. 1816-70. Clergyman, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Sermon and other exercises at the ordination and installation of 
Alexander McEenzie, as pastor of the South Parish church, 
Augusta, Maine, August 28, 1861. Augusta: Printed at the 
Kennebec Journal Office. 1861. 8vo. pp. 48. [8606 

RiCHABDS, Mbs. Lauba ELIZABETH. Gardiner. 

Sketches and Scraps. By Laura E. Richards. With pictures by 

Henry Richards. Estes A Lauriat, Boston. 1881. cm. 4to. pp. 

64. (59illust.) [8607 
^Five Mice in a Mouse-Trap. By the Man In the Moon. 

Done in vernacular 
From the Innacular. 

By Laura E. Richards, author of ** Babyhood,*' Ac. With illus- 
trations by Kate Greenaway , Addie Ledyard and others. Boston : 
Published by Estes A Lauriat, 299 to 305 Washington St 1883. 
sm. 4to. pp. 228. (126 illust) [8608 

Mrs. Richards was not the sole author of " Babyhood," as stated in the 
foregoing title, but edited it, and wrote a good part of the text. 

The Joyous Story of Toto. By Laura E. Richards. With illustra- 
tions by E. H. Garrett. Boston: Roberts Brothers. 1885. 12mo. 
pp. 226. (30 illus.) [8609 

Tell Tale from Hill and Dale: originated and illustrated by A. Hoch- 

stein: verses by Mrs. Laura E. Richards. Troy, N. T., Kims A 
Knight. (1886.) 8vo. pp. 48. [8610 



360 BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

Richards, Mbs. Laura Elizabeth, Continued, 

Kasper Kroak's Kaleidoscope: originated and illustrated by A. 

Hochstein: verses by Laura £. Richards and Henry Baldwin. 

Troy, N. Y.: Nims & Knight, (1886.) 8vo. pp. 48. [8611 

Editor. Four Feet, Two Feet, and No Feet: or, furry and feathery 

pets, and how they live. Edited by Laura £. Richards. Fully 
illustrated. Boston: Estes & Lauriat, 301-305 Washington Street. 
1886. sm. 4to. pp. vii, 282. (Nearly 250 engravings.) [8612 

Toto's Merry Winter. By Laura E. Richards, author of "The Joy- 
ous Story of Toto,'' "Five Mice in a Mouse Trap,'' "Sketches 
and Scraps,'' etc., etc. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1887. 4to. 
pp. 296. (3 illus.) [8613 

Queen Hildegarde. A story for girls. By Laura E. Richards. Bos- 
ton: Estes & Lauriat, Publishers, n. d. (Copyright, 1880.) sq. 
16mo. pp. 292. (illus.) [8614 

Compiler, The Julia Ward Howe Birthday Book. Boston: Lee & 

Shepard. 1889. 8vo. pp. 292. [8615 

Captain January. By Laura E. Richards. Boston: Estes and Lau- 
riat. 16mo. pp. 64. [8616 

In My Nursery. By Laura E. Richards, author of "The Joyous 

Story of Toto," " Toto's Merry Winter," Ac. Boston: Roberts 
Brothers, 1890. 4to. pp. 238. (144 illus.) [8617 

Hildegarde's Holiday. A sequel to "Queen Hildegarde." By 

Laura E. Richards. Illustrated. Boston: Estes & Lauriat, Pub- 
lishers. Copyright, 1891, by Estes & Lauriat. sq. 16mo. pp. 370. 
(8 illus.) [8618 

Hildegarde's Home. By Laura E. Richards, author of "Queen 

Hildegarde," " Hildegarde's Holiday," " Captain January," etc. 
Illustrated, n. d. 16mo. pp. 318. [8619 

Richardson, Alford. d. 1854. North Yarmouth, Portland. 

A Vindication of the character of Alford Richardson against the 

aspersions of Governor King. 

** Pleads be in earnest? look upon bis face: 
His prayers are full of false bypocrisy : 
He prays but faintly, and would be denied.*' 
• • • • • • 



"Tls slander, 



Whose edge is sharper than the sword, whose tongue 
Out venoms all the worms of Nile, whose breath 
Rides on the posting winds. ** 

• ••••• 

** He would say untruths: and be ever double, 
Both in his words and meaning." 

Portland: Printed by Arthur Shirley. 1822. 8vo. pp. 41. [8620 

Concerning a petition to the Massachusetts Legislature in 1S18, In behalf 
of the college at IrVaterville. 



BIBLI06BAPHT OF MAINE. 361 

RiCHABDSON, CHABLBS FBANCIS, AND ClABK, HeNBT ALDBH. 

The College Book. Edited by Charles F. Richardson and Henry A. 
Clark. Boston: Houghton, Osgood A Company. 1878. sq. 8vo. 
pp. iv, 394. [8621 

Contelns sketch of Bowdoin College by Qeorge T. Packard, pp. 198-209. 

RiCHABDSON, HoBABT WooD. 1831-1889. Joamallst, Portland. 

The Differential and Integral Calculus. Atl. Mo. 3: 704. (1859.) 

[8622 

The Defence of Socrates. (Two articles.) Chr. Rev. 25: 294, 472. 

(1860.) [8623 

A review of W. S. Tyler's " Plato*s Apology and Criton." 

Democracy on Its Trial. Chr. Rev. 27:94. (1862.) [8626 

Amory Square Hospital. No. Mo. 1 : 688. (1864.) [8626 

(No. 49.) The Maine Farmer's Almanac, for the year of our Lord 

1867; it being the third after bissextile or leap year, and the 

ninety-first ninety second of our country's independence. 

The astronomical computations being to mean, or true clock time, 

for lat. 44 deg. 16 m. N. and long. 69 deg. 48 m. W. of the meridian 

(very nearly) of the capitol of the state of Maine, at Augusta. 

Area of the state, 35,000 square miles. Population in 1860, 628,600. 

Founded in 1819. and formerly edited by Daniel Robinson. (lUus.) 

"Tbe moon so constant in Inconstancy, 
Doth rule the monthly seasons orderly ; 
The sun, eye of the world, doth know his race, 
And when to show and when to hide his face. 
O Lord, thy providence sufflceth all : 
Thy goodness, not restrained but general 
Over thy creatures: the whole earth doth flow 
With thy great largness poured forth here below.** 

Hallowell: Masters, Smith and Company. Price ten cents. 12mo. 
pp. 48. (Illus.) [8627 

(No. 60.) The same. For the year 1868. 12mo. pp. 48. 

(No. 51.) The same. For the year 1869. 12mo. pp. 48. 

(No. 52.) The same. For the year 1870. 12mo. pp. 48. 

(No. 53.) The same. For the year 1871. 12mo. pp. 48. 

(No. 54.) The same. For the year 1872. 12mo. n. pp. (46.) 

(No. 55.) The same. For the year 1873. 12mo. n. pp. (44.) 

(No. 56.) The same. For the year 1874. 12mo. n. pp. (44.) 

The Press of Cumberland County. 1872. See Griffin, Joseph. 

" The Old Portland " (Advertiser). 1872. -See Griffin, Joseph. 

The Pemaquid Country under the Stuarts. Read before the Maine 

Historical Society, at Portland, March 14, 1878. Me. Hist. Soc. 
Coll. 8: 18. (1881.) [8628 



362 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF BIAINE. 

R1CHA.BD8ON, HoBABT Wood, Continued. 

Paper Money: A collection of the principal historical facts bearing 

upon the current financial discussion. By H. W Richardson. 

Kew York: D. Appleton and Company, 540 and 551 Broadway. 

1870. 16mo. pp. 50. [8620 

The National Banks. By H. W. Richardson, author of " Paper 

Money. ** New York: Harper & Brothers, Franklin Square. 1880. 

32mo. pp. 212. [8630 

"It tells the Btory In regard to national banks in brief and well chosen 
words. A thorough reading of this treatise by the mass of people wonld 
greatly enlighten them as to the utility and importance of these institu- 
tions. " 

Independent, N. Y. 

The Treasury and the Banks. Interna. Rev. 11 : 207. (1881.) [8631 

A Baltimore Penny. Mag. Am. Hist. 10: 104. (1883.) [8632 

(Economic Tracts. No. XV.) The Standard Dollar. By H. W. 

Richardson. New York: The Society for Political Education, 
1884. 16mo. pp. 40. [8633 

A Glastonbury Medal. Mag. Am. Hist. 14: 806. (1885.) [8634 

A Professional Numismatist. Reply to a criticism. Mag. Am. Hist. 

15:401. (1886.) [8635 

Editor. York Deeds. Book I. Portland: John T. Hull, 1887. 

8yo. pp. 76. ff. 165, 16, 7. pp. 160. [8636 

The preface and introduction by the editor comprise pp. 6-74. 

Editor. York Deeds. Book II. Portland: John T. Hull and B. 

Thurston A Co. 1887. 8vo. pp. 42. ff. 105. pp. 150. [8637 

The preface by the editor occupies pp. 5-12; The introduction, by William 
M. Bargent, pp. 13-42, arg:nes the genuineness of Capt. John Mason's Royal 
Cliarter of 1636 to New Hampshire, and the 10,000 acres S. E. of Sagadahoc, 
called "Masonia." 

Editor. York Deeds. Book III. Portland: John T. Hull and B. 

Thurston A Co. 1888. 8yo. pp. 16. ff. 130. pp. 157. [8638 

The preface occupies pp. 6-14. 

Editor. York Deeds. Book IV. Portland: John T. Hull and B. 

Thurston A Co. 1888. 8yo. pp. 20. ff. 162. pp. 158. [8630 

The preface occupies pp. 6-17. 

The pagination of the text in each of the foregoing volumes f oUows that 
of the original folios. 

A legislative resolve appropriated one thousand dollars in aid of each vol- 
ume. 

Obituary of. 1880. See Drummond, J. H. 



The Metric System. Harp. Mag. 81 : 500. (1800.) [8640 

Biographical Sketch of. 1800. See Thurston, Brown. 

RiCHABDSOir, James Page. 1852-72. Portland. 

Shurtleff Family Records. Me. Biog. 1: 08. (1876.) [8641 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 363 

Genealogical Sketches of the descendants of Stephen Hopkins of 

Plymouth. 1620. Me. Biog. 3: 1. (1877.) [8642 

Genealogical Sketches of the descendants of John Hastings of 

Cambridge. 1643. Me. Biog. 3: 33. (1877.) [8643 

Notice of, with portrait. Me. Biog. 3: 33. (1877.) [8644 

RiCHABDsoN, James Pbeblb. 1796-1862. Clergyman, Poland, Otis- 
field and Gray. 
The Public Worship of God a Christian Duty. A sermon delivered 
in Harrison, December 29, 1836. At the dedication of the Con- 
gregational meeting house, in that place. By James P. Richard- 
son, pastor of the churches in Otisfield and Harrison. Published 
by request of the church and society in Harrison. Portland: 
Merrill A Byram. 1837. 12mo. pp. 23. [8645 

RiCHABDSON Lakes. A tale of. 1890. See Farrar, C. A. J. 

RiCHABDSON, Mabtin Luthbb. 6. 1830. Clergyman, Bromfield, Mass. 
Dr. Shepard and his sermons. Cong. R. 9: 60. (1869.) [8646 

RiGHABDSON Memobial. 1876. See Yinton, John A. 

RiGHABDSON, P. 

Randall and the Freewill Baptists. Ch. Rev. 23: 372. (1858.) [8647 

The above article is a review of "Elder John Buzzeirs Memoir of Elder 
Benjamin Randall." 

Richmond. Incorporated 1823. 

Fort at, described, in deposition concerning the Kennebec country. 
1767. See Lithgow, William. 

^Directory. 1867-68. See Langford A Chase. 

Eleventh Annual Campmeeting. Richmond, Maine. By Juniata. 

Ad. Chr. Hoi. 3: 55. (1872.) [8648 
^Directory. 1871-72. See Jones, S. G. A Co. 

Directory. 1874. See Greenough, Jones A Co. 

History Richmond Lodge. 1857-75. See Mathews, Samuel W. 

^Directory. 1876-77. See Greenough A Co. 

^Poem, before Nineteenth Regiment. 1878. See Nash, Charles E. 

Address, before Nineteenth Regiment. 1878. See Fogler, William H. 

Directory. 1880. See Greenough, W. A. A Co. 

^Directory. 1883-34. See Greenough, W. A. A Co. 

Directory. 1887. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. 

Historical Almanac. 1888. See Richards, C. W. 

Manual and Articles of Faith of the Congregational church, Rich- 
mond, Maine. With a historical sketch, n. d. (1889.) 16mo. 
(pp. 17.) [8649 

Leading Business Men of, with historical sketch. 1889. See Lead- 
ing Business Men. 



364 BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

Richmond's Island Habbob. 

U. S. Coast Survey Chart. 1876. Size 14x17 inches. Scale 3: 17. 

[8650 
RiCKEB Family. 1877. See Lapham, W. B. 

RiCKEK, Gboboe and Matubin. 

Descendants of. 1877. See Lapham, W. B. 

Rickbb, Geoboe H. 

Parsonsfleld Seminary and Its Students. 1885. See Dearborn, J. W. 

RiCKEB, Joseph, D. D. h. 1814. Clergyman, Augusta. 

The College Graduates of Parsonfield. 1885. See Dearborn, J. W. 

Riddel, William. 1768-1849. Clergyman, Bristol, 1796-1804. 

The Christian Doctrines Stated, and false teachers discovered, in 
two sermons. By William Riddel, A. B. Pastor of the Congre- 
gational church in Bristol, Me. 

" To the Law and to the Testimony, if they spealc not according to this 
word, it is becaase there is no light in them. *' 

Jehovah. 
Wiscasset: Printed by Henry Hoskins. 1800. 8vo. pp. 28. [8651 

Riddle, David H., D. D. Pittsburgh, Pa., Kent, O. 

Ground of ConHdence in Foreign Missions. A sermon preached at 

Portland, Maine, September 9, 1851, before the American Board 

of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, at their forty-second 

annual meeting. By David H. Riddle, D. D., of Pittsburgh, Penn. 

Boston: Press of T. R. Marvin, 42 Congress Street. 8vo. pp. 34. 

[8652 
RiDEOUT, £. L. Readfield. 

Poems. 1889 ? [8653 

RiDEB, John, and family. Brewer. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

RiDLON, Geoboe T. Clergyman, Harrison. 

Importance of Family History. Me. Biog. 1 : 4. (1875.) [8654 
Centenarians (in Maine). N. £. Reg. 80: 392. (1876.) [8656 

Early Settlers of Harrison, Maine, with an historical sketch of the 

settlement, progress and present condition of the town. By Rev. 

G. T. Ridlon. Skowhegan: Kilby <fe Woodbury, Printers. 1877. 

8vo. pp. 138. [8656 
Contributions to genealogy of the Burbank and Burbanck families 

in America. Saco: 1880. 8vo. pp. 26. [8657 

History of the ancient Ryedales and their descendants in Norman- 
dy, Great Bricain, Ireland and America, from 860 to 1884. Com- 
prising the genealogy and biography, for about one thousand 
years, of the families of Riddell, Ridlon, Riddle, Ridley, etc. 
Fully illustrated with engravings of portraits, residences, monu- 
ments, coats-of-arms, and autographs on steel, stone and wood. 



BIBLIOORAFHT OF MAINE. 365 

by G. T. Ridlon, author of *' Early Settlers of HarriBon, Maine;** 
*'Burbank Genealogy;*' **Hamblin*s of Beech Hill,** and other 
biographical and genealogical works. 

ThAt the g^enenttioD to come might know them, even the children which 
■hould be born; who should rise and declare them to their children. 

Psalms 78: 6. 

Manchester, N. H. : Published by the author. 1884. roy. 8vo. 
pp. 786. [8658 

RieBT, Albxakdeb. 

Account of. 1885. See Banks, C. £. 

RlOBY, Edwabd. 

Letter to inhabitants of Laconia. 1652. See Hazard, Ebenezer. 

Riley, E. S., Jb. 

Com. Preble*s Infernal. Southern Monthly. 12:80. (1873.) [8659 

RiOBDAjr, R. 

A Pilgrimage Down East Lippincott, 81 : 345. (1883.) [8660 

RiPLBT, Mbb. Dollt. 1800-23. Bath. 

Notice of. Am. Bap. Mag. 4: 269. (1824.) [8661 

RiPLET, Eleazbb Whbelock. 1782-1839. Lawyer, Portland. 

An Oration pronounced at Hallowell, on the Fourth of July, 1805, 

in commemoration of American Independence. By E. W. Ripley. 

Portland: From the Argus Press— by K. Willis, Jun. 1805. 12mo. 

pp. 12. [8662 
Notice of. 1859. See Allen, Frederic. 

Ripley, Ezba, D. D. 1751-1841. Clergyman, Concord, Mass. 

A sermon delivered at York, October 10, 1798, at the ordination of 
the Rev. Rosewell Messinger to the pastoral charge of the First 
church, as colleague pastor with the Rev. Isaac Lyman. By Ezra 
Ripley, A. M., pastor of the church of Christ in Concord, Maas. 
** Be ye therefore wise as serpents and harmless as doves.'* Ports- 
mouth, N. H. : Printed by Charles Peirce. 1798. 8vo. pp. 24. 

[8663 

A Sermon at the installation of Rev. William Frothingham to the 

pastoral charge of the Congregational society in Belfast, Me., 

July 21, 1819. By Ezra Ripley, D. D. Minister of Concord, Mass. 

Cambridge: Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf. 1819. 8vo. pp. 43. 

[8664 
Ripley, Henby Whbelock. Portland. 

Guide to White Mountains. [8665 

Ripley, Lincoln. 1761-1856. Clergyman, Waterford. 

A Description and History of Waterford, in the county of York. By 
Rev. Lincoln Ripley, August 2, 1803. Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 9: 
137. (1804.) [8666 



366 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Ripley, Thomab Baldwin. 1795-1876. Clergyman, Portland, Bangor. 

A Selection of hymns for conference and prayer meetings. 

**Tby statutes have beeo my songs in the house of my pilgrimage." 

Psalms. 119: M. 

By Thomas B. Ripley, pastor of the Baptist church in Portland. 
Portland: Printed by Thos. Todd & Co. 1821. 12mo. [8667 

•^—Christian Deportment A discourse, addressed to the Baptist 
church in Portland, Lord*s-day, March 30, 1828. By Thomas B. 
Ripley, late pastor of the church. Boston: Lincoln and £d- 
mands. No. 59 Washington St. (Comhill.) 8yo. pp. 25. [8668 

^A Selection of hymns for conference and prayer meetings, and 

other occasions. By Thomas B. Ripley, pastor of the Baptist 
church in Bangor. ** Whoso offereth praise glorifieth God.** 
Second edition, with numerous additions and improvements. Ban- 
gor: Printed by Burton & Carter. 1831. 12mo. pp. 162. [8669 



^A Discourse delivered in the Baptist meeting house in Parkman, 

September 12, 1832, before the Penobscot Association, by T. B. 
Ripley, pastor of the Baptist church in Bangor. Bangor, (Me.) 
Burton <fe Carter. Printers. 1832. 8yo. pp. 20. [8670 

RiSHWOBTH, Edwabd. York. 

Apology. 1670. Me. Rec. 2:112. (1884.) [8671 

Rivals of Acadia. 1827. See Cheney, Harriet Y. 

xC., M. X . Jsl. 

Tombstone Inscriptions. Falmouth Cemetery. Me. Rec. 3:91. (1886.) 

[8672 

Rives, William Cabell. 1793-1868. Lawyer, Charlottsville, Va. 
Speech of William C Ri^es, of Virginia, on the treaty with Great 
Britain. Delivered in the United States Senate, August 17 and 
19, 1842. 8vo. pp. 16. [8673 

Bobbins, Augustus Cogswell. 1816-68. Brunswick. 

Editor. Letter from €ren. Washington to G^n. Knox, with remarks 

on American manufactures. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 4: 49. (1856.) 

[8674 

Hie occasion of these remarks was the presentation by Mr. Bobbins to the 
Maine Historical Society » of a letter from Washington. 

Bobbins, Chavdleb, D. D. 1738-99. Plymouth, Mass. 

A Sermon preached at the ordination of the Rev. Eliphalet Gillet 
to the pastoral charge of the church in the South Parish in Hal- 
lowell (District of Maine), August 12th, 1795. By Chandler Rob- 
bins, D. D., pastor of the First church In Plymouth. Printed by 
Wait, Robinson A Baker, at the Hook, Hallowell. MDCCXCY. 
8vo. pp. 31. [8675 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 367 

Bobbins, Chables. 

The Columbian Harmony, or Maine collection of church music; in 
three divisions, containing 1. The rules of vocal music, laid 
down in a very plain manner. 2. A large variety of psalm and 
hymn tunes, of various metres, suitable for divine worship; ar- 
ranged in alphabetical order. 3. Anthems, dirges, odes and 
choruses, suited to many occasions; many of which were never 
before published. The whole compiled for the use of schools, 
singing societies, and worshipping assemblies. By Charles Rob- 
bins. Exeter. (N. H.) author. 1805. obi. 18mo. pp. 208. [8676 

^The Drum and Fife Instructor; in two divisions— containing 1. 

Instructions for the drum and fife, laid down in a concise and 
plain manner; together with the ceremony for receiving the reg- 
imental standards in the 8 division. 2. A valuable collection of 
the most approved marches, suitable for the discipline of the 
militia. With many never before published. By Charles Rob- 
bins. 1811. [8677 

RoBBiNB, Edwabd Hutchinson. 1758-1829. Lawyer and Lieutenant- 
governor, Milton, Mass. 
Sketch of. 1888. See Porter, J. W. 

RoBBiNs, John. Deer Isle. 

The Death of John Robbins, of Deer Isle, who was shot in the 

streets of Portland by order of Neal Dow, mayor, June 2d, 1855. 

A full report of the testimony taken before the coroner's inquest, 

as published in the ** State of Maine" newspaper. Portland: 

Published by Bearce, Starbird, Rich A Co. 1855. 8vo. pp. 112. 

[8678 
^Death of. 1865. See Ware, Joseph A. 

Death of. 1855. See Willie, William. 

RoBBiNS, Mbs. Mabt C. 

Translator. The Old Masters of Belgium and Holland (les maitres 
d' autrefois) by Eugene Fromentin, translated by Mrs. Mary C. 
Robbins. Second edition. (Monogram.) Boston: James R. Os- 
good and Company. 1883. 4to. pp. viii, (1), 339. (Illus.) [8679 

RoBBiNSTON. Incorporated 1811. 

Sermon at. 1798. See Andrews, S. 

Murder at. 1811. See Ball, Ebenezer. 

ST. CBOIX ISLAND, OTHBBWI8E CALUED CB088 OB DON AN* S ISLAND. 

Visited and named. Maps of, and of the settlement. 1604. See 
Champlain, Samuel. 

Cham plain at; severe winter; sickness and death at. 1604. See 

Parkman, Francis. 
Settlement of De Monts. 1604. See Haliburton, T. C 



868 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

ROBBINSTON, Continued, 

Habitation of, destroyed by English. (1611.) See Relations des J^s- 
uites. 

The Settlement there, with engravings. (1011.) See Lescarbot, 
Marc. 

De Monts settles at; inconvenient; abandoned; ruined by English; 
taken by Eertk and Sterling; English claims to. (1744.) See 
Charlevoix, P. F. X. 

Account of settlement (1704.) See Belknap, Jeremy. 

Account of settlement at (1865.) See Murdoch, Beamish. 

The Colony of. (1865.) See Park man, Francis. 

Brief Account of the colony at (1884.) See Smith, Philip H. 

Description of, and engravings. (1884.) See Winsor, Justin. 

First Chapel on, with engraving. (1880.) See Shea, John G. 

De Monts* Colony there, with engraving. (1888.) See Drake, Sam- 
uel A. 

RoBEBTS, Chables Phelps. Joumallst b. Bangor, 1822. r. Boston. 
Editor. Enowles' Bangor Business Almanac for 1875, with his- 
torical sketches of Bangor, and its business enterprises. C. P. 
Roberts, editor. Bangor: O. F. Knowles & Co., Printers and 
Publishers. 1875. 12mo. pp. 84. [8680 

Ck>ntain9 blojcraphical noticeB of buBiness men. 

Robbbts, Sauubl E. 

History of Waterboro. 1872. See Sanford, Everts A Co. 

RoBEBTSON, J. Ross. Torouto, Canada. 

The Cryptic Rite: its origin and introduction on this continent 
History of the degrees of royal, select, and super-excellent 
master; the work of the rite in Canada, with a history of the 
various grand councils that have existed from the inception of 
the rite in Canada till the present time. By J. Ross Robertson, 
of Toronto, Canada, past grand master and grand recorder of 
the Grand Council of the Dominion of Canada; and the history 
of all grand councils in the United States; with historical 
memoranda concerning the rite. By Josiah H. Drummond, of 
Portland, Maine, past grand master of the General Grand 
Council of the United States. Toronto: Printed by Hunter, 
Ross & Co. 1888. 8vo. pp. viii, 253. [8681 

RoBix, Edwabd, D. D. b. 1821. Clergyman, Greenland, N. H. 
Address, 150th anniversary of Gorham. 1886. See Gorham. 

ROBiE, Fbedbbick, M. D., LL. D. 6. 1822. Governor of Maine, Gorham. 

Memorial Address by. 1879. See Warren, William. 
Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 369 

RoBiE, TOPPAK. 1782-1871. Gorham. 

Memorial of Hon. Toppan Robie. Portland, Me.: Daily Press Print- 
ing House, Wm. M. Marks, Printer. 1871. 8vo. pp. 29. (Photo.) 

[8682 

Historical sketch, by Hon. J. A. Waterman; burial services; memorial 
discourse, by Rev. C. C. Parker, D, D. 

RoBiNHOOD. Indian chief. 

Sketch of. 1846. See Drake, Samuel G. 

RoBiirs, HsimT Ephbaim, D. D. 6. 1827. President Colby University, 
1873-82. 

Essay, on the relation of education to evangelization. 1878. See 
Colby University. 

Memorial Sermon for Gardiner Colby. Baccalaureate discourse. 

1879. See Colby University. 

ROBDTSON, AlVAK, JuN. 

Massachusetts Collection of Martial Musick; containing a plain, 
easy, and concise introduction to the grounds of Martial Musick, 
laid down in the most comprehensive manner. Together with a 
large collection of the most approved Beats, Marches, Airs, &c; 
Including the principal part of the duties of the camp, the 
Evolutions for the Musicians, and their Signals; a great part of 
which was never before published. Desigpaed principally for the 
benefit of the Militia of the United States. By Alvan Robinson, 
Jun. Third edition, revised, corrected and improved. Hallowell : 
Glazier A Co. 1826. 8vo. pp. 71, (1). [8683 

Instructions for the violin, compiled and arranged by Alvan 

Robinson, Jr. Hallowell: Glazier A Co. 1826. 4to. pp. 48. [8684 

^Flauto Traversiere, or instructor on the German flute, compiled 

by Alvan Robinson, Hallowell: Glazier A Co. 1826. 4to. pp. 48. 

[8686 
RoBiKBON, Miss Ann Julia. Bath. 

Life and Alone. Boston: Lee A Shepard. 1870. 16mo. pp. 407. 

[8686 
Robinson, Asa P. 

Suggestions as to the Pacific railway. By A. P. Robinson, civil 

engineer. Portland: Printed at the Advertiser Job Office. 1866. 

8vo. pp. 16. (Folded plan.) [8687 

An explanation of the aathor's plan for improving the speed, safety and 
comfort of railroad traveling, 

Robinson, Danibl. 1777-1866. Instructor, West Gardiner. 

Editor. Short System of Practical Arithmetic. 1822. See Einne, 
William. 

25» 



370 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Robinson, Danibl, Continued, 

^No. 5. The Maine Farmers* Almanac, for the year of our Lord, 

1823. Being the third after bissextile or leap year, and the forty- 
seventh of the Independence of the United States of America. 
Calculated for the latitude and meridian of Hallowell, (Maine.) 
Lat 44° 15^ North, Long. 69^ 48' West from Greenwich. And con- 
taining, among other various and interesting matter, a fee table 
of the courts and county officers of Maine. By Daniel Robinson, 
(nius.) 

" still o'er the mountains stars serenely rise : 
Still the soft moonbeam trembles from the skies: 
The sun, fair image of unborrow*d day, 
Lights heaven, and earth, and cheers the boundless sea: 
Revlying seasons, crown*d with lustre, roll, 
And plains of plenty glad th' expecting soul. ** 

Hallowell: Printed and Published by Goodale & Glazier A Co. 
Sold by them at their store, wholesale and retail: also by C. 
Spaulding A W. F. Laine, Hallowell; Moses Springer, Jr., Gardi- 
ner; D. Stone, Augusta; D. Stone, Brunswick; Isaac Adams, 
and W. & H. Hyde, Portland and Bath; Enoch Goodale, Saco; 
John Babson, Wiscasset; H. Tainter, Brewer; Ladd & Morrill, 
Belfast; H. Little, Bucksport; and by the Traders in general. 
Price $0 a gross. 87^ cts. dozen. 12i cts. single. 12mo. pp. 44. 
(Illus.) [8688 

The old pictures of New England farm life were introduced in this num- 
ber. 

^No. 6. The same. For the year 1824. 12mo. pp. 48. 

No. 7. The same. For the year 1825. 12mo. pp. 48. 

No. 8. The same. For the year 1826. 12mo. pp. 46. 

No. 9. The same. For the year 1827. 12mo. pp. 50. 

^No. 10. The same. For the year 1828. 12mo. pp. 44. 

^No. 11- The same. For the year 1829. 12mo. pp. 48. 

No. 12. The same. For the year 1830. 12mo. pp. 48. 



-No. 13. The same. For the year 1831. 12mo. pp. 46. 

-No. 14. The same. For the year 1832. 12mo. pp. 48. 

-No. 15. The same. For the year 1833. 12mo. pp. 48. 

-No. 16. The sapM. For the year 1834. 12mo. pp. 48. 

-No. 17. The same. For the year 1835. 12mo. pp. 36. 

-No. 18. The same. For the year 1836. 12mo. pp. 46. 

-No. 19. The same. For the year 1837. 12mo. pp. 48. 

-No. 20. The same. For the year 1838. 12mo. pp. 48. 

-No. 21. The same. For the year 1839. 12mo. pp. 46. 

-No. 22. The same. For the year 1840. 12mo. pp. 48. 



BIBUOOBAPHT OF MAINE. 371 

-No. 23. The same. For the year 1841. 12mo. pp. 48. 

-No. 24. The same. For the year 1842. 12mo. pp. 48. 

-No. 25. The same. For the year 1843. 12mo. pp. 48. 

-No. 26. The same. For the year 1844. 12mo. pp. 48. 

-No. 27. The same. For the year 1845. 12mo. pp. 48. 

-No. 28. The same. For the year 1846. 12mo. pp. 48. 

-No. 29. The same. For the year 1847. 12 mo. pp. 48. 

-No. 30. The same. For the year 1848. 12mo. pp. 48. 

-No. 31. The same. For the year 1849. 12mo. pp. 48. 

New cuts, with some changes, appeared in this number, and were retained 
until I860. 

-No. 32. The same. For the year 1850. 12mo. pp. 48. 

-No. 33. The same. For the year 1851. 12mo. pp. 48. 

-No. 34. The same. For the year 1852. 12mo. pp. 48. 

-No. 35. The same. For the year 1853. 12mo. pp. 46. 

-No. 86. The same. For the year 1854. 12mo. pp. 48. 

-No. 37. The same. For the year 1855. 12mo. pp. 48. 

-No. 38. The same. For the year 1856. 12mo. pp. 48. 

-No. 39. The same. For the year 1857. 12mo. pp. 48. 

An autobiography of the compiler is contained in this number.^ 

-No. 40. The same. For the year 1858. 12mo. pp. 48. 

-No. 41. The same. For the year 1859. 12mo. pp. 48. 

In this number new cuts were adopted : only the old familiar one on the 
title-page being retained. 

-No. 42. The same. For the year 1860. 12mo. pp. 48. 

-No. 43. The same. For the year 1861. 12mo. pp. 48. 

-No. 44. The same. For the year 1862. 12mo. pp. 48. 

-No. 45. The same. For the year 1863. 12mo. pp. 46. 

-No. 46. The same. For the year 1864. 12mo. pp. 48. 



^Biographical Sketch of. 1881. See WiDg, Daniel R. 

Robinson, Daniel Abthub, M. D. b. 1850. Physician, Bangor. 

Notes on stimulants and narcotics, prepared for the use of the 

teachers of the public schools of Bangor, by D. A. Robinson, M. 

D. Bangor: Benjamin A. Burr, Printer. 1885. 8yo. pp. 12. 

(In connection with it is — Instructions to Teachers in Regard to 

Contagious Diseases. 6 pp.) [8689 

These are published in the annual reports of the city of Bangor, 188(M)6. 
pp. 106-112, and each year to 1800-91. 

Oration before Maine Medical Association. 1890. Trans. 10: 209. 

[8690 



372 BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

Robinson Family. Thomaston. 
Reunion of. 1879. See Barton. 

Robinson, Franklin Glbment. 6. 1852. Professor Bowdoin College 

from 1874. 

Chemical Note Book. The metals, by F. C. Robinson, professor of 

chemistry in Bowdoin College. Brunswick, Me.: Printed for the 

publisher, 1888. 8vo. pp. 72. [8091 

(On the reverse of tltie-page. Printed at Joomal Office, Lewlston.} 

On the so-called Northport, Maine, meteorite. Am. Jour. Sci. 185: 

212. (1888.) L8692 

Robinson, Gboboe. 

Genealogy and Family Register of George Robinson, late of Attle- 
borough, Mass. With some account of his ancestors. Compiled 
by one of his sons in 1829. Hallowell : Glazier, Masters A Co., 
Frinteis. 1831. [8693 

Robinson, Isaac, and family. Brewer, 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

Robinson, Db. J. H. 

The Life and Adventures of Wm. Harvard Stinohfield, or the wan- 
derings of a travelling merchant Portland, Maine: Printed for 
the author by Thurston A Co. 1851. 16mo. pp. 81. [8094 

Robinson, John. Cambridge, Mass. (?) 

The Importance of Ornamental Trees and Their Proper Selection. 
1882. See Portland Soc. Nat Hist Proc. [8095 

Robinson, Thomas B. 

Abstract of the semi-centennial discourse delivered at Charlestown, 
September 5, 1876. n. p. 8vo. pp. 4. [8696 

Robinson, W. Hebbbbt. 

Legislative Register of Maine. 1869. See Heath, Herbert M. 

Robinson, William Chaffee, M. D. 1822-72. Professor Bowdoin 
College, 1861-72. 
Claims of Materia Medica. Introductory lecture delivered before 
the students of the medical department of Bowdoin College. 2d 
Feb., 1868, by William C. Robinson, professor of materia medica 
and therapeutics. Published by request of the class. Portland : 
Stephen Berry, Printer. 1868. [8697 

Biographical Sketch of. 1873. See Lamson, D. L. 

RoBT, Joseph. Clergyman, Lynn, Mass. 

A sermon, deliverd at Lynn, on the General Fast, April 17, 1794. By 
Joseph Roby, A. M. pastor of the church in said town. Pub- 
lished at the request of the hearers. Printed at Portland, by 
Thomas Baker Wait n. d. (1794.) 8vo. pp. 31. [8698 



BIBLIOOKAPHY OF MAINE. 878 

BOHCEFOUCAULD - LIANC0T7BT D 'ESTISSAB, FbAN^OIB ALBXAXTDBB 

Fbedbric, Duke de la. 1747-1827. French publicist. 

Voyage dans les Etat-unis Am^rique, fait en 1796, 1796, et 1797. Pa 

la Eochefoucauld-Liancourt. A Paris, Tan vii de la Bepublique. 

8 Vols. 16mo. Vol. I. pp. xxiv, 365. Vol. 11. pp. iv, 849. Vol. 

III. pp. iv, 884. Vol. IV. pp. iii, 349. Vol. V. pp. iv, 400. Vol. 

VI. pp. iii, 386. Vol. VII. pp. iv, 866. Vol. VIII. pp. (ii), 244. 

(Folded maps.) [8699 

Qen. Henry Knox mentioned. Vol. I. pp. 203. Vol. II. 348. Vol. III. pp. 
29, 38, 39, 3941, 42, 68, 69, 87, 88, 93. Vol. V. pp. 196, 199, 206. 

Travels through the United States of America, the country of the 

Iroquois, and Upper Canada, in the years 1795, 1796, and 1797. 
With an authentic account of Lower Canada. By the Duke de la 
Bochefoucault Liancourt. London: Printed for B. Phillips. 1798. 
2v. maps, plates. 4to. Vol. I. pp. xxiii, (1), 642, (12). Vol. II. 
pp. 686. [8700 

General Knox is mentioned. Vol. I. pp. 416449. Vol. II. pp. 179-184. 

BocKi4A2<n>. See also Thomaston. Incorporated 1848. 
Sermon, consecration. 1854. See Burgess, George. 

Manual of the Congregationdkl church in Bockland, printed at the 

Free Press Office. 1858. 16mo. pp. 16. [8701 

^Discourse, Christian Endurance. 1859. See Wallace, Findley. 

Sermon, funeral Hiram G. Berry. 1868. See Butler, Nathaniel. 

Inauguration of statue of Major General Berry. 1865. See Berry, 

Hiram G. 

History, 1865. See Eaton, Cyrus. 

Eulogy on President Lincoln. 1865. See Langford & Chase. 

By-laws of Aurora Lodge, No. 50 of Free and Accepted Masons. 

Bockland. Also, so much of the constitution and by-laws as re- 
lates to the government of subordinate lodges, decisions of the 
grand master and standing regulations of the Grand Lodge, to- 
gether with the rules and regulations of Aurora Lodge library, 
and a list of officers and members. Lodge chartered July, 1836. 
By-laws revised and adopted June 3, 1868. Bockland : Wortman 
A Porter, Printers. 1868. 12mo. pp. 8. [8702 

^DisGOurse, Temperance. 1872. See Mason, Javan E. 

By-laws of King Solomon^ s Chapter of Boyal Arch Masons, No.^8. 

Bockland, Maine, together with a list of officers and members 
compiled to June 1st, 1874. Chartered January, 1849. Bockland: 
Vose and Porter, Printers. 1874. lemo. pp. 15. [8703 

^Directory. 1875. See Adams, W. S. & Co. 

U. S. Coast Survey Chart. 1876. Size, 20x22 inches. Scale 3.17. 

[8704 
^Directory. 1877-78. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. 

^Directory. 1882-83. See Greenough, W. A. A Co. 



374 BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

RocKLAXD, Continued, 

Hart Murder Trial at. 1882. See Dunton^ A. R. 



-Original Water Color Engraying of harbor. 1887. See Harlow, 

Louis K. 
-Leading Business Men of. 1888. See Bangor. 
-Sermon, missionary. 1888. See Hyde, William D. W. 



Directory. 1889. See Putnam, Tower & Co. 

Manual of the Congregational church in Rockland, Maine. Con- 
taining its creed, covenant, form for infant baptism, standing 
rules and list of members. Rockland, Me.; Printed at the Free 
Press Office. 1888. 16mo. pp. Id. [8706 

RocKWOOD, Chabubs Gbesne, Ph. D. Professor Bowdoin College, 

1868-78. 
Daily Motion of a Brick Tower caused by Solar Heat. Am. Jour. 

Sci. 3d ser. 2: 177. (1871.) (2 figures in text) [8706 
Notice of the earthquake in New England, Jan. 9, 1872. Am. Jour. 

Sci. 3d ser. 3:233. (1872.) [8707 
Notice of recent earthquakes. Am. Jour. Sci. 3d ser. 4: 1. (1872.) 

[8708 
RocQUE, Mart Anx. London, England. 

A Set of Plans and Forts in America, reduced from actual surreys. 
PublishM according to Act of Parliament, by Mary Ann Rocque, 
topographer to his Royal Highness the duke of Gloucester, in 
the Strand. (London, 1765.) obi. 4to. (30 plans.) [8709 

Fort Halifax, plan No. T.j 

RoDOEBS, Esther. Kittery. 

Confession, and Execution for murder. 1701. See Rogers, John. 

Rob, F. B., ash Colby, N. Oeobgb. 

Atlas of Aroostook County, Maine. Compiled and drawn from 
official plans and actual surveys by F. B. Roe and N. €reo. Colby. 
Published by Roe and Colby, 27 South 6th Street, Philadelphia, 
Pa. 1877. Eng'd by Worley A Bracker, 27 South Sixth Street 
Philadelphia. F. Bourquins, Steam Lithographic Press, 31 South 
6th Street Philadelphia. 4to. pp. 107. [8710 

RooEBS Fahilt of Fbebpobt. L887. See Drummond, J. H. 

RooEBS, Isaac. 1705-1872. Clergyman, Farmington. 

On cultivating a spirit of universal peace. A sermon delivered be- 
fore the Peace Society of Temple, in the Methodist meeting- 
house, on Tuesday, Oct 28, 1828, it being the anniversary of 
said society. By Isaac Rogers, pastor of the First Congrega- 
tional church, in Farmington. Portland : Shirley A Hyde, Print- 
ers. 1828. 8vo. pp. 19. [8712 

Sermon at funeral of. 1872. See Marden, Greo. N. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 375 

R06BB8, John. 1666-1745. Ipswich, Mass. 

Death the Certain Wages of Sin to the Impenitent: Life the sure 
Reward of Grace to the Penitent: Together with the only way 
for youth To avoid the former, and attain the latter. DeliverM 
in three Lecture Sermons; Occasioned by the Imprisonment, Con- 
demnation and Execution, of a Young Woman, who was guilty of 
Murdering her Infant begotten in Whoredom. To which is added, 
an Account of her manner of Life & Death, in which the Glory of 
free Grace is displayed. By Mr. John Rogers, Pastor of the 
Church of Ipswich. I. Tim. i, 16. Boston: Printed by B. Green 
and J. Allen, for Samuel Phillips at the Brick Shop. 1701. 12mo. 
pp. 12, 153. [8713 

•* The Preface,*' pp. 3, is signed " William Hubbard." An addreas " Tb the 
Christian Reader," pp. 7, is signed" Nicholas Noyes, Joseph Gerrish.** At 
p. 121 begins "The Declaration and Confession of Esther Rodgers, of 
Kittery in the Province of Main, in New England, Single Woman." It is 
followed by " A Relation of her Experience," an aoconnt of her last days 
and execution and " Last Dying Words and Prayers." 

R00BB8, John, and family. Brewer. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 
RoGSBS, John L. 

Lobsters and Lobster Pots. Outing. 15: 181. (1889.) [8714 

Scene laid In Maine. 

RooBBs, J08IAH, and family. Brewer. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

RoosBS, Samuel. 1703-1855. English Poet. 

The Pleasures of Memory. In two parts. To which are added 
the pains of memory. Portland: Printed for Daniel Johnson. 
1805. John McKown, Printer. 16mo. pp. 127. 
Contents: The Pleasures of Memory. Part I, p. 93. Part II, 
p. 45. Notes, p. 77. The Pains of Memory, p. 93, (to 127 inclu.) 
The latter has a separate title-page as follows: '^The Pains of 
Memory. A poem by Robert Merry, A. M. 

*'0 Memory! thou fond deceiver. 
Still tmportunate and vain; 
To former joys recurring ever. 
And turning all the past to pain : 

" Thou*rt like the world, th'opprest oppressing. 

Thy smiles Increase the wretch's woe, 

And he who wants each other blessing, 

In thee must ever find a foe." 

(Goldsmith. 

Portland: Printed for Daniel Johnson. 1805. John McKown, 

Printer, pp. 98-127. [8715 

RoGSBS, Susanna, b, 1711. Boxford, Mass. 

The Mournful Elegy of Mr. Jona. Frye. 1725. K. E. Reg. 15: 91. 
(1861.) [8716 

The same is given in Kidder, Frederis, Expedition, also in Bouton, N., 
Lovewell's Great Fight, and (in a corrupt and incomplete form) in Bailey's 
Hist. Sketches of Andover. An account of the author, by C. W. Lewis, 
appears in the Oxford Democrat, Paris, June 14, 1887. 



376 BIBLIOORAPHY OF MAINE. 

RoGEBS, William Augustus, Ph. B., F. R. M. S. 6. 1832. Professor 

Colby Uniyersity, from 1886. 
Portrait of. 1887. See Colby University. 
On the radiation of heat between metals, with numerical results 

for brass and steel. Reprinted from the proceedings of the 

American Society of Microscopists, Vol. X. Columbus, Ohio, 

1888. Hartford, Conn. 1889. 8yo. pp. 12. [8717 
^Method of Tracing Constellations. (Reprint from the Siderial 

Messenger, No. 74, 8: 145-160.) 8vo. (5 illus.) (Northfield, Minn. 

1889.) [8718 
Address at laying corner stone Shannon observatory. 1889. See 

Colby University. 
Concerning Thermometers. Am. Met. Jour. 7:1, 133. (1890.) [8719 

Outline Lectures in mechanics, n. t. p. (Waterville, 1890.) 8vo. 

pp. 32. [8720 
^Higher Criticism Considered in its Relation to Science and Religion. 

n. t. p. (Waterville, 1890.) 8vo. pp. 20. [8721 
On the division-errors of the graduated scale used in the Ruther- 

furd photographic measures of the Pleiades. Astronomical 

Journal, No. 281. 1890. [8722 



On the unexpected which often happens. Proceedings of the 

American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 7: 157. (1890.) [8723 

On the exact subdivision of an index-wheel into any required 

number of equal parts. Proceedings of the American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers. 12:696. (1890.) [8724 

An additional contribution to the perfect screw problem. Pro- 
ceedings of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 
12:725. (1890.) [8725 

RoLFE, Mbs. Putnam. 

Address delivered on the occasion of the burial of Mrs. Putnam 
Rolfe, Princeton, Me., July 3d, 1872. n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 8. [8726 

RoLLEB Skatikg Made Eabt. This is the sole instruction book for 
roller skating, and is indispensable to all skaters. A healthful 
exercise and most graceful accomplishment quickly and easily 
learned. Portland, Maine: Published by E. Smith. (P. O. Box 
1898.) 1884. 12mo. pp. 87. [8727 

RoLiJiTS, Daniel. Clergyman, Bostx>n. 

Lieut-Gen. Sir William Pepperrell, Bart Gran. Mo. 9:263. (1886.) 

[8728 
Romagn£, Fatheb. Account of. 1831. ^ee Lincoln, Enoch. 

RoMEB, Colonel. 

Description of Kennebec River in 1700. Original documents relat- 
ing to Maine, 1, 108. See Folsom, George. 



BIBLIOGBAPHY OF MAINE. 377 

Root, Frbdebick Stasley. b. 1853. Clergyman, Auburn, Hartford, 
Conn. 
No. 1. Familiar Vestry Talks on Christ's Christianity as applied 
to economic questions. By Rev. F. S. Root. A birdseye view of 
the industrial situation. Delivered in the vestry of the High 
Street church, Sunday evening, January 10, 1890. Published by 
W. S. Morse, Auburn, Maine. 8vo. pp. 19. [8729 

No. 2. Familiar Vestry Talks on Christ's Christianity as applied 

to economic questions. The use and abuse of wealth in America. 
By Rev. F. S. Root, pastor of the High Street Congregational 
church, Auburn, Maine. Published by W. S. Morse, Auburn, 
Maine. 8vo. pp. 18. [8730 

^No. 3. Familiar Vestry Talks on Christ's Christianity as applied 

to economic questions. The vision of Edward Bellamy. By Rev. 
F. 8. Root, pastor of the High Street Congregational church, Au- 
burn, Maine. 8vo. pp. 19. [8731 

Ropes, Chables Joseph Habdt, D. D. 6. 1851. Professor Bangor 
Theological Seminary from 1881. 
A Brief Review of the New Revision. An address delivered before 
the Maine State Conference of Congregational churches, June 16, 
1881, by Rev. Charles J. H. Ropes. Bangor: John H. Bacon, 
Printer. 1881. 8vo. pp. 16. [8732 

Ropes, Joseph. Portland. 

Perspective. Synopsis of the first lesson. Comprising two rules 
and references to three figures. By J. Ropes. Portland : 1848. 

[8733 

Practical Perspective. For the use of schools and students in 

drawing. By Joseph Ropes. 

** Every man should be able to sketcb a road, or a river, to draw the out- 
lines of a simple machine, a piece of household furniture, or a farming 
utensil, and to delineate the internal arrangement and construction of a 

house. *' 

HOK. HORAOS Mank. 

Portland: 1849. 8vo. pp. 16. (Plates.) [8734 

—Linear Perspective. For the use of schools and students in draw- 
ing. By Joseph Ropes. 

** Every man should be able to sketch a road, or a river, to draw the out- 
lines of a simple machine, a piece of household furniture, or a farming tool, 
and to delineate the internal arrangement and construction of a house. '* 

HOM. Horace Maitk. 

Portland: Printed for the author. 1849. 8vo. pp. 32. [8735 

^The same. Second edition. 1850. 8vo. pp. 32. 

Practical Perspective. A sequel to Linear Perspective, for the use 

of schools and students in drawing. By Joseph Ropes. 

" The most consummate master is tied to the strict observance of these 
rules, and an indifferent painter, if he makes himself a thorough master of 
them will be able to do wonders. " 



378 BIBLIOGBAPHT OF MAINE. 

Ropes, Joseph, Continued. 

Portland: Sanborn A Carter. Boston: M. J. Whipple. 1851. 
8yo. pp. 16. (Illus. 8 plates.) [8736 

The same. Fourth edition. Philadelphia. 1868. 

Rose, Daniel. 1771-1833. Thomaston. 

Remarks on his reports as a land agent. 1828. See Remarks. 

Ross, Daniel, M. D. 1813-71. Physician, Thomaston. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1872. See Levensaler, H. C. 

RosiEB, Jahes. 1575-1675( ?) English explorer. 

A Trve Relation of the Most prosperous Voyage made this present 
yeer 1605, by Captain George Waymouth, in the Discovery of the 
land of Viiginia: where he discouered, 60 miles up, a most ex- 
cellent river: together with a most fertile land. Written by 
James Rosier, a gentleman employed in the voyage. London! : 
Impensis Geor. Bishop. 1605. [8737 

** Of foar copies of this rare tract known to exist, three are In America. 
The fourth is in the British Museum. " Ma^. Am. Hist. 1 : 260. (1877.) 

** In blacic letter. Extremely rare, not more than five or six copies being 
known. A copy was sold at auction in London, in 1883, for £376, and after- 
wards priced by Quaritch at £326. '* 

Babim. 

At the Brinley sale in New York, a copy brought $800, Mr. C. H. Kalber- 
fleisch being the purchaser. In 1800, at the Barlow sale, a copy was sold to 
the Lenox Library for $1826. Two other copies are known to exist in this 
country; one being in the library of the New York Historical Society, and 
the other in the John Carter Brown Library. 

The same. Mass. Hist Soc. Coll. dd ser. 8: 125. (1843.) [8788 

Reprinted from a transcript procured in England by Professor Sparks. 

The same. (With remarks and map.) 1860. See Prince, George. 

A copy of the foregoing transcript. 

The same. Reprinted in facsimile for Henry Stevens, London. 

1870. Small 4to. 20 leaves in black letter. [8739 

^The same. With introduction and notes. 1887. See Barrage, 

Henry S. 
From a transcription of an original copy in the John Carter Brown Ubrsry. 

A partial reprint, with some additions, and a vocabulary, is in PurehasHis 
PUgrimes, 4: 1860-1667. (1625.) 

Sabin mentions the announcement of an edition of the Relation by Mr. R . 
Prescott Innes, of Glasgow (January, 1888), as one of the volumes of a series 
entitled **The Book Hunter's Library." It is doubtful if it reached publi- 
cation. 

Rounds, John. Clergyman, r. Maine, until 1874. 

The Baptist Church in Kew-Gloucester. An historical discourse, 
preached at the re-opening of the Baptist meeting-house in New 
Gloucester, Sunday, August 16, 1857. By Bev. John Rounds. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 379 

Published by request Portland: J. B. Foster: Zion's Advocate 
Office. B. Thurston, Steam Printer, Fox Block. 1857. 8yo. pp. 
16. [8740 

HouNBY, John, and family. 1890. See Candage, R. G. F. 

ROWBOTHAM, J. 

A Practical Grammer of the French Language. With alterations 
and additions by F. M. J. Sureult Third edition. Hallowell: 
Glazier, Masters A Smith. 1841. 16mo. pp. (6), 324. [8741 

RowE, Mbs. Henbietta Gould. Bangor. 

Shadow and Light. No. Mo. 1:307. (1864.) [8742 

Miriam. No. Mo. 1 : 683. (1864.) [8743 

Adaptation. Godey. 72: 138, 611. (1866.) [8744 

Ned Bryant's Ward. Godey. 73. (1867.) [8745 

Stealing Strawberries. Bailouts Mag. (1870.) [8746 

Not Ashamed. Wood's Mag. (1870.) [8747 

^A Good Name. Wood's Mag. (1870.) [8748 

Sugaring Off. Aid. 6: 136. (1873.) [8749 

Puck in the Pulpit Aid. 7 : 142. (1874.) [8750 

The Eagle in the Sea-bird's Nest. Aid. 7: 220. (1874.) [8751 

Persie Wynne. Gold. Hours. 7:34, 510. (1876.) [8752 

Mrs. White's Party. Wide Awake. 12:263. (1877.) [8753 

The King's Cousin. 9 : 35, 630. (1877.) 

A Golden Harvest. Gold. Hours. 10:163. (1878.) [8754 

Bread upon the Waters. Gold. Hours. 10:276. (1878.) [8755 

^Aunt Bessie's Boy Bertie. Gold. Hours. 10:341, 688. (1878.) [8756 

Grandmother's Story. Gold. Hours. 10:354. (1878.) [8757 

Grandmother Merritt's Corner. Gold. Hours. 11:28, 557. (1878.) 

[8758 
Representative Women of Other Lands. Godey. 159, 362. (1879.) 

[8759 

Tempest in a Teapot. Potter's Am. Mo. 14: 419. (1880.) [8760 

A Bit of May in Mid-winter. Cottage Hearth. (1880.) [8761 



-The Relief of Hennebon. Cont. 2:264. (1882.) [8762 

-Aunt Polly Shedd's Brigade. Wide Awake. 18:283. (1884.) [8763 
-New England Manners and Customs in the Time of Bryant's Early 

Life. Bay. State Mo. 4:864. (1886.) [8764 

-The Yankee School-mistress. Wide Awake. 10: 313. (1887.) [8765 

-Axes to Grind. Quiet Hours. 1:349. (1888.) [8766 

-Majorie's Knight Godey. 116. (1888.) [8767 

-A Royal Cinderella. Quiet Hours. 3:27. (1889.) [8768 

-The Chautauqua Ten. Lend a Hand. (1890.) [8769 



380 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

RowB, James Swett. Bangor. 

Fire Service of Bangor. A Souvenir. Containing an account of 
the service, from leather bucket times to the present fire depart- 
ment. The proceeds to be donated for the benefit of disabled 
members of the Bangor Fire Department n. p. (Bangor.) Fire- 
man^s Relief Association. 1890. sm. 4to. pp. 62, (2.) (HIus.) 

[8770 
RowE, John. 1755-1815. Revolutionary officer, Lisbon. 

Biographical Notice of. 1873. See Drake, Francis S. 

RowELL, Eliphalet. b. 1823. Publisher, Hallowell. 

The Press of Kennebec County. Hallowell. 1872. See Griffin^ 
Joseph. 

RowELL, Geobge S. b. 1846. Publisher, Portland. 

Essay, '* Queer Advertisements and the Secret of Newspaper Pros- 
perity. ^* 1889. See Maine Press Association. 

Rowland, Elizabeth M. 

Adeltha; a true story of a woman* s life and work. Boston: Con- 
gregational Sunday-school Publishing Society, n. d. (Copyright, 
1888.) [8ni 

Rowland, Ltman S. Clergyman, Bangor, 1864-67. 
Discourse on the death of President Lincoln. 1865. 

RowBON, Susanna Haswell. 1762-1824. Boston. 

A Spelling Dictionary, divided into short lessons for the easier 
committing to memory by children and young persons, and cal- 
culated to assist youth in comprehending what they read. Se- 
lected from Johnson* s dictionary, for the use of her pupils. By 
Susanna Row son. 

"When we have tauf^ht children to read, however accarately they may 
pronounce, however attentive they may be to the panctnation, we have 
done' nothing toward the Information of their minds, anless we teach them 
to associate ideas; and this can never be done if they do not understand the 
exact meaning of every word. " 

Portland. 1815. 12mo. pp. 132. [8772 

RoTALL, Anne. 1760-1854. Washington, D. C. 

The Black Book, or a continuation of travels in the United States. 
In two volumes. By Mrs. Anne Royall, author of History, Life 
and Manners in the United States and The Tennesseau. Wash- 
ington City, D. C. Printed for the author. 1828. 16 mo. pp. 
328, 396. [877S 

Gives an account of Augusta, Bangor, Bath, Belfast, Brunswlclc, Bucks- 
port, Castine, China, Hallowell, Oldtown, Portland, Saco, Thomaston, Vas- 
salborough, Waldoborough, WatervUleand Wiscasset, and of many of their 
citizens. 

RoTAL Tab, Steambb. 

Conflagration of. 1836. See Howland, S. A. 



BIBLIOGBAPHT OF MAINE. 381 

Boy ALL Family. Korth Yarmouth. 1886. See Harris, Edward D. 

ROYCS, Vbbb. 

Sketch of. 1889. See Farrlngton, E. C. 

RuGG, Hbnby W. 

Ajioient Land-Mark Lodge. (Portland.) Freemason's Bepository. 
12:278. (1888.) [8774 

^Vacation Experience. Freemason's Repository. 13:468. (1884.) 

[8776 
At Bangor and Monnt Desert. 

RuoGLEB, Paul, and family, Carmel. 1889. See Porter, J. W. 

RuHFOBD. Incorporated 1800. 

Organization of the plantation of New Pennacook, 1795. Me. 
Biog. 8:65. (1877.) [8776 

History of. 1890. See Lapham, William B. 

Bubal Socbatbb (Thb). See Yaughan, Benjamin. 

BussBLL, A. L. Plymouth, Mass. 

Affray at Kennebec. 1684. N. E. Reg. 9: 80. (1865.) [8777 

RussBLL, Edmuitd, M. D. 1824-80 Physician, Lewlston. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1881. See Beede, J. W. 

Russell, Edwabd. 1782-1885. North Yarmouth. 

History of North Yarmouth. Me.Hist.Soc. Coll. 2: 164. (1847.) [8778 
^Notice of. N. E. Reg. 27: 290. (1873.) [8779 

Russell, William. 1798-1873. Educator, Lancaster, Mass. 
Lecture on Female Education. 1844. See Am. Inst. Ins. 

RUBT, William Maxwell. 1818-88. Lawyer and journalist. Belfast. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1889. See Brackett, G^rge B. 

RuTBB, Mabtin, D. D. 1785-1888. Clergyman, North Yarmouth, 
Portland. 

A Sketch of the life and doctrine of the celebrated John Calvin. 
Including some facts relatiye to the burning of Servetus. By 
Martin Ruter. Portland: Printed by A. A J. Shirley. 1814. 8yo. 
pp. 19. [8780 

Replied to by Bey. Francis Brown, of North Tftrmonth. See Brown, 
Francis. 

^A Letter addressed to Rev. Francis Brown, pastor of a church in 

North Yarmouth; containing an answer to his defence of Calvin 
and Calvinism. By Martin Ruter. Portland: Printed by F. 
Douglas. 1815. 8vo. pp. 61. [8781 

Tbls also elicited a reply. See Brown, Francis. 



382 BEBLIOGRAFHT OF MAINE. 

BuTBB, Mabtin, D. B., Continued. 

^A Disconrse on the last day or the second appearing of Christ; 

taken chiefly from Mr. Benson* s sermons on the coming of Christ 
and the future miseries of the wicked. Portland: Published by 
Hyde, Lord A Co. F. Douglas, Printer. 1813. Sro. pp. 16. [8782 



^A Beply to Bev. Francis Brown, containing animadversions on his 

second publication in favor of Calvin and Calvinism. Concord, 
N. H.: Printed by Isaac Hill. 1816. 8vo. pp. 58. [878$ 

BUTGBBB FXMAUB COLLXGB. 

Addresses at the commencement of Butgers Female College, New 
York City, on conferring the honorary degree of doctor of laws 
upon Thomas C. Upham, and of doctor of science and philosophy 
upon Miss Maria Mitchell, by the president of the college, and 
the president of the board of trustees. New York: Cushing, 
Bardua A Co. Printers. 1870. 12mo. pp. 10. \ei^ 

BTDBEB6, YlKTOB ABBAHAM. 

The Last Athenian. (Translated, 1869.) See Thomas, William W. 
Jr. 

Btdbb, Aztjbah Fbbeman. 1784-1888. Orrington. 

A Short Sketch of the life of Mrs. Azubah Freeman Byder, a cen- 
tenarian; now living at the advanced age of 104 years and 6 
months. Also, a list of her immediate ancestors and descendants. 
Price 25 cents. Boston: John H. Byder, Publisher. 1888. sm. 
16mo. pp. 44. (Port, and autograph.) [8785 

She died Sept. 80, 1888, aged 104 years, 8 months and 25 days. 

Bydbb, Wilson Cbockeb. 1806-88. Clergyman, Middleboro, Mass. 
r. Maine, 182441. 
A Course of Lectures on future punishment, delivered at the Bap- 
tist meeting-house in Cherryfleld. By Wilson C. Byder, A. M., 
pastor of the First Baptist church in Cherryfleld. Published by 
request. Ellsworth: Daniel T. Pike <& Co. 1836. 12mo. pp. 287. 

[8786 
Sabatis. Indian chief. 

Sketch of. 1845. See Drake, Samuel G. 

SABBATH-SGHOOLS A17D SUNDAT-SCHOOLS. 

Beports from directors of, in Augusta. Chr. Mon. 7 : 124. (1818.) 

[8787 

^Beports of, in Hallowell. Chr. Mon. 7: 125. (1818.) [8788 

^First Annual Beport of the Maine Sunday-school Union, auxiliary 

to the American Sunday-school Union, Portland: Printed at the 
Mirror Office. 1827. 8vo. pp. 24. [878» 

Hon. Albion K. Farrls was president; William Cutter, oorrespondins sec- 
retary; Bev. Tbomas B. Blpley, recording secretary. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 383 



-Second Annnal Report of the Maine Sabbathnschool Union, auxil- 
iary to the American Sunday-school Union. Portland: Shirley & 
Hyde, Printers. 1828. 8yo. pp. 86. [8790 

-Sabbath-school Addresses. Portland: Shirley & Hyde. 1828. [8791 



— — Third Annual Report of the Maine Sabbath-school Union, January, 
1829. Portland : Shirley & Hyde, Exchange Street. 1829. 8yo. 
pp. 32. [8792 

Maine Sabbath-school Union. The Sabbath-school Treasury. 6: 39. 

1833. [8793 

^Eighth Annual Report of the board of managers of the Maine Sab- 
bath-school Union. Portland, January 9, 1834. Portland: Charles 
Day ft Co., Printers. 1834. 8yo. pp. 44. [8794 

Report of the doings of the first Maine State Convention of Sab- 
bath-school teachers, held at Portland, Me., June 28 and 29, 1859, 
with statistics appended. Published by order of the committee. 
Portland: James S. Staples, Printer. 1869. 8yo. pp. 82. [8795 

Maine Sunday-school Conyention. Lewiston, September 14th, 16th 

and 16th, 1869. Lewiston: Journal Steam Printing Office. 1869. 
8yo. pp. 20. [8796 

Maine Sunday-school Conyention held at Bath, Sept. 13th, 14th, 

and 15th, 1870. Lewiston: Journal Steam Press. 1870. 8yo. pp. 
23. [8797 

Proceedings of the eighth annual conyention of the Maine State 

Sabbath-school Association, held in the Congregational church, 
Belfast, May 24th and 25th, 1876. Augusta: Sprague, Owen A 
Nash, Printers. 1876. 8yo. pp. 31. [8798 

^Proceedings of the tenth annual conyention of the Maine State S. 

S. Association, held in Winter Street church, Bath, May 14th, 
and 15th, 1878. Farmington: Knowlton's Book and Job Press. 
1878. 8yo. pp. 15. [8799 

Sunday-school Assembly and Chautauqua Union. 1886, 1887, 1888, 

1889. See Fryeburg. 

Sabin, Elijah Robihsobt. 1776-1818. Clergyman, Hampden. 

The Life and Reflections of Charles Obseryator: in which are dis- 
played, the real characters of human life. By Rey. Elijah R. 
Sabin. **Man know thyself.*' Boston: Printed by Rowe & 
Hooper, 73 State Street. 1816. 12mo. pp. 271. [8800 

Sabikk, Fbancib Wallikgfobd. 1839-64. Bangor. 
In Memoriam. 1865. 8ee Paine, Albert W. 

Sabine, Lobenzo. 1803-77. 5. Lubec. r. Eastport. 1821-49. 

Forest Lands and the Timber Trade of Maine. No. Am. Rey. 
58:299. (1844.) [8801 



384 BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

SABims, LOBBKZO, Continued. 

American Loyalists, or biographical sketches of adherents to the 

British Crown in the War of the Reyolution; alphabetically 
arranged; with a preliminary historical essay. By Lorenzo 
Sabine. Boston: Charles C. Little and James Brown. MDCCCX- 
LVn. 8vo. pp. (1), 733. [8802 

Biographical Sketches of Loyalists in the American RoTOlntion, 

with an historical essay. By Lorenzo Sabine. In two volumes. 
Boston: Little, Brown and Company. 1864. 8yo. pp. xii, 608, (2), 
600. [8803 

Life of Edward Preble, commodore in the nayy of the United 

States; by Lorenzo Sabine. In the library of American Biog- 
raphy. Conducted by Jared Sparks. Second series. Vol. 12. 
Boston: Charles C. Little and James Brown. 1847. 16mo. pp. 
1-192. [8804 

Early Settlers of Eastport From the notes of the late Hon. 

Lorenzo Sabine. 1847. Bang. H. M. 1:1 15. (1886.) [8805 

^Early Settlers of Eastport First published in 1847. See Kilby, 

WiUiam H. 

Indian Tribes of New England. (The Passamaquoddys.) Chr. Ex. 

52: 96. (1851.) [8806 

Report on the principal fisheries of the American seas: Prepared 

for the treasury department of the United States, by Lorenzo 

Sabine, of Massachusetts; and submitted by the Hon. Thomas 

Corwin, secretary of the treasury, as a part of his annual report 

on the finances, at the second session of the thirty-second Congress. 

Washington: Robert Armstrong, Printer. 1853. 8vo. pp.317. [8807 

Fisheries In Maine from IflOT to the Bevolntionary controyeray, pp. 104; 
Isles of Shoals from 1614 to the Bevolatlon, 118. 

^A Frontier Missionary and Loyalist. No. Am. Rev. 78: 202. (1854.) 

[8808 
The subject is Rev. Jacob Bailey of Fownalboro. 

Indian Tribes of New England. (The Penobscots.) Chr. Ex. 

62:27,210. (1857.) [8809 

^Moose Island, (Eastport) and its dependencies. Four years under 

martial law. Hist. Mag. 2d ser. 7: 220, 317. (1870.) [8810 

Reprinted in " Eastport and Passamaqnoddy," 1888. See Kilby, W. H. 

^Notes on duels and duelling, alphabetically arranged, with a pre- 

lindnary historical essay. By Lorenzo Sabine. Boston: Crosby, 

Nichols and Company, 111 Washington Street. 1855. 12mo. pp. 

Tiii, 394. [8811 

Duel between Jonathan Cilley and William J. Graves, pp. 89, 108. Death 
of Jonathan Cilley. Extracts from the debate in the House of Represeata' 
tiyes, on Wednesday, Febroary 28, 1838. Appendix. No. X. p. 860. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 385 

Moose Island. Outline of affairs during the restrictive measures 

of the United States which preceded the war of 1812, and to the 
capture of the island, July 11, 1814. (Published in 1872.) See 
Kilby, William H. 

Early Ecclesiastical History of Eastport. (1888.) See Kilby, 

William H. 

Saco. Incorporated under the name of Biddeford, 1718; as Pepperell- 
borough, 1762. 

Petition to Oliver Cromwell. 1656. See Maine. 

Deed to William Phillips. 1664. See Moore, M. J. 

Abnequis murdered at. See Charlevoix, P. F. X. 

Sermon, ordination of Elihu Whitcomb. 1788. See Thayer, 

Nathaniel. 

^Trial for heresy. 1793. See Hill, Jeremiah. 

Letters in the postoffice at Pepperrellboro, July 4, 1804. Me. Rec. 

1 : 28. (1884.) [8812 

Sermon, dedication. 1806. See Whitcomb, Elihu. 



-Address, Masonic. 1806. See Emerson, Samuel. 



^Sermon, ordination of Jonathan Cogswell. 1810. See Appleton, 

Jesse. 

Unitarianism at, 1812. See Belsham, Thomas. 

Sketch, topographical and historical. 1816. See Cogswell, Jona- 
than. 

Sermon, missionary. 1816. See Thurston, David. 

Visit of President Monroe, to. 1817. See Waldo, Samuel P. 

Address, Masonic. 1818. See Holmes, John. 

Sermon, dedication. 1827. See Greenwood, F. W. P. 

Discourse, exclusive system. 1827. See Walker, James. 

Sermon, farewell. 1828. See Cogswell, Jonathan. 

w —History of. 1830. See Folsom, George. 

Sermon, missionary. 1838. See Hurd, Carlton. 

Sermon, Thanksgiving. 1888. See Hopkins, Samuel. 

^AddresB, temperance. 1839. See Packard, George. 

Sermon, State Fast. 1889. See Packard, George. 

Oration, 4 July, 1839. See Emery, Moses. 

Poem, 4 July, 1839. See Soule, J. B. L. 

Catalogue of books in the York Library, Saco. July, 1839. Saco: 

Printed by S. & C. Webster. 1839. 16mo. pp. 16. [8813 

Lecture, Odd-Fellowship. 1844. See Quinby, G. W. 

Burying Ground in Saco. N. E. Reg. 2: 892. (1848.) [8814 

Sermon, death S. Pierson. 1852. See Nichols, J. T. G. 

26* 



386 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Saco, Continued. 

Sermon, missionary. 1853. See Keeler, S. H. 

Sermon, to Second Parish. 1856. See Nichols, J. T. G. 

-^ — Address, centennial of First church. 1862. See Dwight, £. S. 

^Discourse, 20th anniversary. 1863. See Nichols, J. T. 6. 

^Directory. 1864. See Biddeford. 

Discourse, Fast Day. 1865. See Windsor, J. H. 

Proceedings of the town of Saco, April 19, 1865, with the eulogy 

of R. P. Tapley, Esq., Biddeford. 1865. 8vo. pp. 27. [8815 

On death of President Lincoln. 

Directory. 1866. See Biddeford. 

^Trial at 1867. See Swett, Jane M. 

^Discourse on Daniel Smith, Jr. 1867. See Windsor, J. H. 

Catalogue AthensBum. 1868. 

History of. 1872. See Sanford, Everts & Co. 

Act of Incorporation, constitution and by-laws of the York Insti- 
tute, located at Saco, Maine. Established March, 1866. Incor- 
porated, 1867. Biddeford: John Hanscom, Printer. 1867. 8vo. pp. 

8. [8816 
Directory. 1875. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. 

Directory. 1877. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. 

Sketches of Old Orchard. 1879. See Locke, J. S. 

Shores of Saco Bay. 1880. See Locke, J. S. 

History of. 1880. See Clayton, W. W. 

^Directory. 1880. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. 

^Directory. 1882. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. 

Class Catalogue of the Dyer Library of Saco, Maine. 1882. Boston: 

Franklin Press. Rand, Avery & Co. (Seal.) 1882. 8vo. pp. xv, 
123. [8817 

Confession of Faith and Covenant of the First Congregational 

church in Saco, Me. Adopted March, 1838. 

** This is my cummandment, that ye love one another as I have loved yon. 
If ye love me, keep my commandments. ** 

Portland: 1884, Merrill & Byram. 24mo. pp. 12. [8818 

Directory. 1884. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. 

Address, educational. 1884. See York Institute. 

Address, historical. 1884. See York Institute. 



-Directory. 1886. See Greenough, W. A. A Co. 

-Manual of the First Congregational church in Saco, Maine, 1886. 
The articles of faith are as adopted in 18^38. The form of admis- 
sion and rules of government were adopted in January, 1886. 
Biddeford: Daily Times Print. 1886. 16mo. pp. 76, (1). [8819 
Contains a historical sketch. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 387 

-Catalogue of the First Parish Sunday-school library, Saco, Me. n. 
t. p. D. d. 16mo. pp. 14. [8820 

-Leading Business Men of. 1887. See Beckford, W. H. 

-Catalogue of books in the Trinity church Sunday-school libraryi 
Saco, Maine. Biddeford, Maine. From the Press of the Union 
and Journal. 1887. 16mo. pp. 18. [8821 

-Catalo^e of Kendrick^s circulating library, 108 Main Street, Saco, 
Maine. Price 10 cents. Union and Journal Print. Biddeford, 
Me.: n. d. 12mo. pp. 24. [8822 

-Directory. 1888. 5ee Greenough, W. A. A Co. 

-Thornton Academy Rejuvenated. 1889. See Emery, George F. 

-Directory. 1890. See Greenough, W. A. A Co. 

-Old Times in. 1891. See Owen, Daniel E. 



Saco Riveb. 

Map of entrance to. 1005. See Champlain, Samuel. 
Poem on. 1860. See Lyons, James G. 

Sacbbd Songs. 1830. See Norcross, C. T. 

Sadleb, L. L. Clergyman, Portland, 1842-47. 

An Easy and Familiar Catechism on the gospel of St. Matthew. 
Prepared and arranged for the use of Sabbath-schools and Bible 
classes. By Rev. L. L. Sadler. Part I. Portland: S. H. Coles- 
worthy. 1840. [8823 

A Sermon before the Maine Educational Convention. 1841. [8824 

The Prophecies of Daniel, with their application and fulfilment, il- 
lustrated by profane history. By Rev. L. L. Sadler Portland: 
S. H. Colesworthy. 1843. 18mo. pp. 152. [8825 

A Review of Rev. M. Hills' sermon on American Universalism, by 

a Universalist minister. 3d. edition. Portland. 1844. 12mo. 
pp. 24. [8826 

Sagadahoc, and Sagadehoc. See Kennebec; also Popham Colony. 
Voyage to, 1606. 5ee Strachey, William. 

Shipwreck at. 1637. See Bradford, William. 

Relation of voyage to. 1607. See DeCosta, B. F. 

Treaty with Indians at. 1690. See Alden, John. 

Grant of. 1749. See Douglas, William. 

^Account of early settlement. (1853.) iSee McKeen, John. 



The Two Hundred and Seventy-third Anniversary of. 1880. 5e« 

DeCosta, B. F. 

Sagadahoc Bat. See Charlevoix, P. F. X. 



388 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Saoadahoc County. Established 1854. 
Press of. 1872. See Griffin, Joseph. 

Paper relating to history of Press in. 1878. 8ee Barker, Fen. G. 

History of. 1879. See Howard, R, H. 

Paper relating to history of Press in. 1881. See Upton, J. F. 

Paper relating to history of Press in. 1889. See Dunbar, Kendall M. 

Saosb, Joseph J. Gardiner. 

A Transcript of the writings of Joseph J. Sager, while confined in 
the jail at Augusta, Me., who was tried for the murder of his 
wife before the Supreme Court, Oct. term, 1834. Condemned and 
executed, Jan. 2, 1835. ^* He being dead, yet speaketh. " Au- 
gusta: 1835. 8vo. pp. 44. [8827 

Sailob'8 Caxdid Appeal to His Shipmates (The); being an exanii- 
nation of an address to seamen, delivered at the meeting-house 
of the Second Parish in Portland on Sabbath evening, October 
28, 1821, at the recj^uest of the Portland Auxiliary Marine Society, 
by Edward Payson. n. t. p. 12mo. pp. 16. [8828 

See Payson, Edward. 

Saixt Aspbnquid of Aoamenticus. (Indian Idyl.) 1879. See Albe«, 
John. 

Saint Castin, Babon Anselm de. 

Son of Saint Castin, and known in history as ** Castin the Young- 
er. " 
Commandant at Pentagoet; sent to Vaudreuil to report surrender 
of Port Royal; entertains Livingston at Penobscot; saves his 
life; appointed commandant in Acadia and lieutenant; treacher- 
ously carried off by English; interrogated as a criminal at Bos- 
ton; Vaudreuil demands release of ; set at liberty and goes to 
France; prevented Abnequis joining English; marries Charlotte 
d* Armour. See Charlevoix, P. F. X. 

Sketch of. 1876. See Godfrey, John E. 

« 

Saint-Castin, Jeak Yincent, de L*abadie, Babox db. French col- 
onist, r. Maine, 1667-1708. (? ) 
Account of. 1703. See Hon tan, Baron la. 

Return to France, 1708: his death at B6am, 1722. See Maurault, J. 

A. 

Letter about sending him back to Acadie. 1711. See Vaudreuil, 

Marquis of. 

Sketch of; ensign, not captain in Carrignan-Sali^res regiment; ap- 
pointed by Grandfontaine his lieutenant; summoned by English 
to surrender Fort Pentagoet; calls on Denonville for aid; report 
of; establishment pillaged by English; marries an Indian wife; 
report to Frontenac; English attempt to assassinate; leads 200 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 389 

Indians at siege of Pemkiut; exploit at siege of Port Royal; 
Suberciise attributes its deliverance to; ambuscades English and 
attacks their works; wounded. See Charlevoix, P. F. X. 

-Biographical Sketch of. 1829. See Haiiburton, T. C. • 

-Tale of. 1831. See Bacon, Delia. 

-Fanciful Narrative of. 1841. See Williams, Catherine R. 

-Sketch of. 1845. See Drake, Samuel 6. ' 

-Account of. (1865.) See Murdoch, Beamish. * 

-A Gentleman Adventurer in Acadia. (1869.) See Bourinot, J. G. 



^The Baron of St. Castin(e). Poem. (1871.) See Longfellow, H. W. 

Sketch of. (1876.) See Godfrey, John E. 

^Holds Pentagoet; attacked by Andros; attacks Fort Loyal; Skgentil- 

homme rover; his career: plan to kidnap him; at the attack on 

Pemaquid. (1877.) See Parkman, Francis. 

^Account of, and his death. (1879.) See Hannay, James. . 

The Bsron de Castin. (1883.) See Brooks, Noah. 

Sketch of, and autograph. (1884.) See Winsor, Justin. 

Sallivan'B Hlstoryof Maine, 109, says that Voltaire and the Abb^ Raynal 
consider his character a very extraordinary one. But no mention of him is 
found in the works of Voltaire. 

Saikt Castin, Joseph Dabadis db. 

Letter from Baron de Castine, the younger, 1725. (Copied from 

the Massachusetts Archives, Vol. 52, pp. 226-29, by J. L. Stevens.) 

N. E. Reg. 14: 139. (1860.) 

Bon of Saint Castin. He is incorrectly designated in the foregoing title 
as ** Baron," and as " the Younger.'* 

St. Castinb. A Legend of Cape Breton. 1850. See McKennon, W. C. 

Saikt Cboix IsLAin). See Robbinston. 

Saint Cboix Riveb. 

Account of. 1611. See Relations des Jesuit^s. 

Title of country between it and the Kennebec. 1763. See Massa- 
chusetts Bay. 

Saint Gboboes. See Thomaston. 

History of. 1851-77. See Eaton, Cyrus. 

Saint Geoboes Islands. 1788. (From Enox papers, N. E. Gen. 
Soc, Boston.) Bang. H.M. 2:60. (1886.) [8829 

Saint Gbobges Riveb. 

Limits between New France and New England, fixed at. In 1700. 
See Charlevoix, P. F. X. 

Saint Geoboe's Riveb and Muscle Ridge Channel. 

IJ. S. Coast Survey Chart 1878. Size 28x38 inches. Scale 1.58. 

[8830 



390 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

St. La whence and Atlantic Railway Company. 

Report of directors. Montreal. 1847. [8831 

Contains plans of Jobn A. Poor for a railway from Lewlston to Bangor 
and St. Jobn, as adopted by tbe board. 
Tbis was tbe Inception of tbe Earopean and Nortb American Railway. 

^Report of Directors. Montreal. 1848. [8832 

Embodies an adoption of tbe plans of Jobn A. Poor for a line from Dan- 
ville Junction to Bangor and New Brunswick. 

Saint Saxtveub. See Mount Desert. 

Saint Stephen, N. B. 

Annals of. 1875. See Knowlton, I. C. 

Salmon Falls. See Berwick. 

Samosbt, ob Somerset. Indian chief. 

Visits Plymouth. 1621. See Bradford, William; alsoMourt, George. 
Account of. (1857.) See Thornton, J. Wingate. 

Samoset and New England Colonization. 1882. See Sewall, Rufus 

K. 

Lord of Monhegan and Pemaquid. 1888. See Porter, J. W. 

Sampson, Abel. Gorham. 

Autobiography. 1870. [8833 

Sampson, Patience. 

The Confession, Declaration, Dying Warning and Advice of Patience 
Sampson, alias Patience Boston, who was executed at York, July 
24th, 1735 for the murder of Benjamin Trot of Falmouth in 
Casco Bay, a child of about eight years of age, which she drowned 
in a well, July 9th, 1734, and went immediately and accused her- 
self before one of His Majesty's justices of the peace, continuing 
her self -accusation from first to last; even on her trial; standing 
to it also from her condemnation, to the very time of her exe- 
cution. No title-page. (Boston: Printed and sold by S. Knee- 
land and T. Green, in Queenstreet, 1735. 8vo. pp. 8. [8834 

With a testimonial on tbe last two pages dated York, July Slst, 1735, signed 
by ttamael Moodey, Hugh Adams, William Allen, Joseph Moody, James 
Pike, and a postscript dated Aug. 4,1735, signed Jer. Wise. 

^— A Faithful Narrative of the wicked life and remarkable conversion 
of Patience Boston alias Samson; who was executed at York, in 
the County of York, July 24th, 1735, for the murder of Benjamin 
Trot of Falmouth, in Casco Bay, a child about eight years of age, 
whom she drowned in a well. With a preface by the Rev. Mess. 
Samuel and Joseph Moody, pastors of the churches in York, 
aforesaid. (Remainder of title-page badly torn: The date 1738 
appears in the imprint.) 16mo. pp. ii, 35. [8835 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 391 

Samuels, Edwabd Auoubtus. &. 1836. Nataralist, Boston. 

With Fly-rod and Camera. Illustrated with 150 plates, from 
photographs by the author. New York: Forest and Stream 
Publishing Co. 1800. 4to. pp. 477. (Including plates.) [8836 

Sakbobn, Abraham. 1805-85. Lawyer, Bangor. 

An Citation delivered on the anniversary of the Literary Fraternity 
of Waterville College, in Waterville, July 28th, 1829. By A. San- 
bom. Waterville: Printed by William Hastings, 1829. 8vo. pp. 
27. [8837 

An Address delivered at Corinth, October 2d, 1835, before the 

Penobscot Association of Teachers and Friends of Popular Edu- 
cation, bv Abraham Sanborn. 

"Man cannot propose a higher and holier object of deliberation than an 

education itself, and all that appertains to it. " 

Plato. 

Bangor: Cobb& Merrill, Printers. 1836. 8vo. pp. 22. [8838 

Sai^bobn, Fbanklin Benjamin, b. 1831. Concord, Mass. 

Editor. Proceedings of the eighth annual conference of charities, 
held at Boston, July 25-30, 1881. Edited by F. B. Sanborn, pres- 
ident of the conference, and secretary of the American Social 
Association. Boston: Published for the conference by A. Wil- 
liams & Company, October, 1881. 8vo. pp. zlvi, 330. [8839 

The state penal and charitable institutions of Maine, by Rev. Javan K. 
Mason, pp. 20&*208. 

The result of employing a police matron in the city of Portland, Maine. 
Read by Mrs. Sarah W. Devoll, M. D., of Portland, pp. 909^17. 

Sanbobn, James S. 

The Gentleman's Road Horse for the Future. Presented with the 

compliments of James S. Sanborn, proprietor of Elmwood Farm, 

Poland, Maine, the home of Gemare. 1889. C. W. Calkins & Co., 

Printers, Boston, Mass. [8840 

Sakdfobd, William. 1816-1877. Bangor. 

An Historical Sketch, Articles of Faith, Covenant and Catalogue of 
the First Congregational church, Bangor, Me., from 1811 to 1856. 
Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1856. 12mo. pp. 55. [8841 

Sandy Riveb. 

Settlement of. 1856. See Allen, William. 

Sanfobd. Incorporated 1758. 

Sermon, ordination C. Marsh. 1823. See Rand, Asa. 

Temperance Address. 18.35. See Wells, George W. 

Sanford and the Embargo. (1866.) See Emery, Edwin. 

Confession of Faith and Covenant of the Congregational church, 

Sanford. n. p. n. d. 24mo. pp. 12. [8842 

History of. 1872. See Sanford, Everts & Co. 



392 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Sanfobd, Continued. 

The Messenger. 1879. See Stone, H. J. 

History of. 1880. See Clayton, W. W. 

Sanfobd, David. 1737-1810. Clergyman, Medway, Mass. 

Two Dissertations. First. The Nature and Constitution of the 
Law, which was given to Adam in Paradise; designed to shew 
what was the effect of his disobedience. Second. The Scene of 
Christ in the Garden of Gethesemane; designed to shew the na- 
ture of the cup, which he prayed might pass from him. By David 
Sanford, A. M Pastor of a church in Medway, Massachusetts. 
Boston: Published by Farrand, Mallory and Co., Suffolk Build- 
ings — and Lyman, Mallory & Co. Portland. 1810. 8yo. pp. 85. 

[8843 
Sanfobd, E. F., Evebts, W. P., axd Roe, F. B. 

Atlas of York Co., Maine. From actual surveys, drawn out. Pub- 
lished by Sanford, Everts <& Co., 320 Chestnut Street. Philadel- 
phia. 1872. E. F. Sanford, W. P. Everts, F. B. Roe. Assist- 
ants: F. W.Tucker, M. D., Jas. A. Edgerly, A. Landon, N. Geo. 
Colby, C. H. Edwards, J. P. Edwards. Entered according to Act 
of Congress, in the year 1872, by Sanford, Everts & Co., in the 
office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington. Engd. by 
Worley & Bracher, 320 Chestnut Street, Phila. Printed by Fred 

Bourquin, 320 Chestnut Street, Phila. 4to. pp. 127. [8844 

Contains history of Acton, by Horace Bod well; Alfred, by Usher Parsons; 
Berwick, by W. F. Lord ; Cornish, by Thos. Lincoln ; Kennebank, by Edward 
E. Bourne ; Lebanon, by Samuel W. Jones; Limerick, by E. P. Ladd; LimiuK- 
ton, by L. E. Strout; Newfleld, by Charles E. Clifford; Parsonsfield, by J. A. 
Edgerly; Sanford, by O. B. Ilsley; Waterboro, by Samuel K. Roberts; ^Vells, 
by Edward E. Bourne: and of remaining cities and towns in the county 
without names of authors. 

^Atlas and History of Androscoggin County, Maine. From actual 

surveys, drawn and published by Sanford, Everts & Co., 31 South 
Sixth Street, Philadelphia. 1873. E. F. Sanford, W. P. Everto. 
Assistants — C. T. Leggett, J. D. Wolcott, J. P. Edwards, A. D. 
Roe, A. Landon, C. H. Edwards, Jas. A. Edgerly, N. Goo. Colby, 
A. H. Harlow. Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 
1873 by Sanford & Everts, in the office of the librarian of Con- 
gress, at Washington. Printed by Fred. Bourquin, 20 A 31 So. 
Sixth Street, Philadelphia. Engraved by Worley A Bracher, 31 
So. Sixth Street, Philadelphia. 1873. square 4to. pp. 120. [8845 

Sanobb, Eugene Francis, M. D. b. 1829. Physician, Bangor, since 

1857. 

Annual Address delivered before the Maine Medical Association, 

1869, by Eugene F. Sanger, A. M., M. D. Portland: Stephen 

Berry, Printer. 1870. 8vo. pp. 20. [8846 

^The same. Me. Med. Ass. Trans. 1869. p. 26. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 393 

Professional Slander. A paper read before the Maine Medical As- 
sociation, Jnne 11, 1872, by Eugene F. Sanger, A. M., M. D. n. p. 
n. d. (1879.) 8vo. pp. 12. [8847 

President's Address before the Maine Medical Association. Me. 

Med. Ass. Trans. 6: 31. (1877.) [8848 

Report on malpractice. A paper read before the Maine Medical 

Association, June 12, 1878. By Eugene F. Sanger, A. M., M. D., 
of Bangor. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1878. 8vo. pp. 
25. [8849 

Report on malpractice. By Eugene F. Sanger, A. M., M. D. Ban- 
gor, Me. (Reprinted from the Boston Medical and Surgical Jour- 
nal, January 2 and 9, 1879.) Cambridge: Printed at the River- 
side Press. 1879. 8vo. pp. 19. [8850 

Sangebville. Incorporated 1814. 

Historical Account. 1880. See Loring, Amasa. 

SABOEirr, Mbs. Anna Hunt. Augusta. 

Poem. The Power of the Press. 1888, 1889. See Maine Press As- 
sociation. 

Saboent, Daniel, and family. Brewer. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

Saboent, Ignatius. 1815-87. Machias. 

Col. Paul Dudley Sargent, of Sullivan, Maine, and family. Con- 
tributed by Ignatius Sargent, Esq., of Machias, Me. Bang. H. 
M. 2:125. (1887.) [8861 

The same, in separate form. Bangor: From the Press of Benj. A. 

Burr. 1887. 8vo. pp. 8. 

Sketch of. Bang. H. M. 3:16. (1887.) [8852 

Sabgent, Lucius Manlius. 1786-1867. West Roxbury, Mass. 
The Temperance Tales. 

Cum vini vis penetravit 
Con$equltur ffravitas mmnbrorum, prapediuniur 
Crura vaociUanti, tardetcit linffuat model men; 
2iant oeuH, clamor , HnguUiMtjurgiaglUcu'ni, 

Lucretlas, Lib. ill. ver. 476. 

New illustrated edition. Two volumes in one. Springfield, 

Mass.: W. J. Holland & Co. 1873. 12mo. pp. 301 and 332. [8853 

First published In separate numbers, in 1B36. The story of ** Kitty Graf- 
ton," 2: 5, Is founded on fact, and the village of Heathennead, Its scene, Is 
New Gloucester. Parson Moore, the narrator, was not a minister, but was 
General Samuel Fessenden, afterwards of Portland. The little boy named 
in the tale was Mr. Lane, the founder of Lane Seminary, Ohio. John H. 
Sheppard's memoir of Mr. Sargent says Prof. Simon Greenleaf , whose early 
life was passed in New Gloucester, wrotQ the material of the story. 

Letter on Maine Liquor Law. 1855. See Maine Law. 

Saboent, Paul Dudley, and family. 1745-1828. Sullivan. 
Sketch of. 1887. See Sargent, Ignatius. 



394 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Sabgent, William Mitchell. 1848-91. 6. El Dorado, Ark. Law- 
yer, Portland. 
The Mitchell Family of North Yarmouth, Maine. Old Times Office. 
Yarmouth, Maine. 1878. 8yo. pp. 9. [8854 

Book of Early Claims relating to North Yarmouth. O. T. 2: 215. 

(1878.) 3:382. (1879.) 4:444. (1880.) [8855 

The First Saw-mill in North Yarmouth. O. T. 2: 220. (1878.) 

[8856 

Soldiers of the War of 1812-15, North Yarmouth. O. T. 3: 296. 

(1878.) [8857 

The Weare Family, of Hampton, New Hampshire, and North Yar- 
mouth, Maine. O. T. 3: 475. (1879.) [8858 

The same, in separate form. Old Times Office. Yarmouth, Me. 

1879. 8vo. pp. 9. [8859 

Book of Eastern Claims. From a copy in the Willis manuscripts. 

O.T. 2:215. (1878.) 3:386. (1879.) 4:444. (1880.) [8860 

Soldiers of the Revolutionary War, North Yarmouth. O. T. 3: 293. 

(1878.) [8861 

The Old Church in North Yarmouth. O. T. 4: 453. (1880.) [8862 

^Records of the First Congregational church in Scarborough, Me. 

Organized June 26, 1728. Me. Rec. 1: 51, 112, 163. (1884.) 2: 29, 
78, 162, 230, (1886), 3:8, 83, (marriages), 144, (marriages), 238, 
(marriages), (1887). 4:256. (1888.) [8863 

Early Records of Casco or Falmouth. N. E. Reg. 38: 85. (1884.) 

[8864 

^The Skillings Family. Me. Rec. 2: 100, 169. (1885.) [8865 

Genealogical Notes. 1885. See Hull, John T. 



^The York Family. Me. Rec. 2: 217. (1885.) 3: 17. (1886.) (Arms 

of the family.) [8866 

Gleanings from County files. Me. Rec. 2: 129, 197, 258. (1885.) 

3 : 52, 128, 200, 273, (1886.) [8867 
County of York. 
The Shapleighs of Devonshire. The Western Antiquary, (Ply- 
mouth, England), 5: 221-227. (1886.) (Broadside pedigree, and 
family arms.) [8868 
Traces the Knglish connection of the Kittery family. 

An Historical Sketch, Guide Book and Prospectus of Cushing's 

Island, Casco Bay, coast of Maine. By Wm. M. Sargent, A. M. 

" A nosegay of culled flowers I bring, 
With nothing of my own except the string 
That binds them.'* 

MO>'TAIOKE. 

John Calvin Stevens. New York: American Photo-Engraving 
Company, 13 and 15 Vandewater Street, n. d. (1886.) small 4to. 
pp. 100. Illustrated [8869 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 395 

-Merrill Family. Me. Rec. 3: 178. (1886.) (Arms.) See also Mer- 
rill, William P. [8870 

-Henry Josselyn, the first and only chief magistrate of Maine. N. E. 
ReR. 40:290. (1886.) [8871 

-Gleanings from York County files. By William M. Sargent, Esq. 
Marriages compiled from the court records. Me. Rec. 4 : 60. 142, 
218, 289. (1887.) [8872 

-Records of the Second Congregational church in Scarborough, 
Maine. Marriages. Me. Rec. 4: 29, 87, 195. (1887.) [8873 

-Maine Wills. 1640-1760. Compiled and edited with notes by Wil- 
liam M. Sargent, A. M., of the Cumberland bar. Portland : Brown 
Thurston & Co. 1887. 8vo. pp. xii, 964. [8874 

Published under the auspices of the Maine Historical Society, with finan- 
cial aid from the State. 

These wills are copied from the York County records, and comprise all 
those recorded from the earliest period down to 1760, when York County was 
divided into separate counties. "Until then the County of York had em- 
braced the entire Province of Maine.'* 

-Introduction to Book II, York Deeds. See Richardson, H. W. 

-Real Family of York. Me. Rec. 5: 241. (1888.) [8875 

-Tombstone Inscriptions at Alfred, Maine. Copied 1887. Me. Rec. 
5:244. (1888.) [8876 

-The Penhallows of Cornwall and New Hampshire. Western An- 
tiquary (Plymouth, England). 8: 108. (1888.) (Broadside pedi- 
gree and family arms.) [8877 

-Ancestry of. 1888. See American Ancestry. 

-Gleanings from historical records concerning Maine, in Massachu- 
setts Archives. Me. Rec. 5: 173. (1888.) [8878 

-The Swett Family of York. Me. Rec. 6: 318. (1889.) [8879 

-Gleanings from York County files. First meeting of the govern- 
ment of Maine under President Danf orth. Me. Rec. 6 : 427. (1889.) 

[8880 

-The Corporate Limits of the City of Gorgeana and the Town of 
York. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d ser. 1: 219. (1890.) [8881 

-Query-Point Ingleby. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d ser. 1: 221. (1890.) 

[8882 

-An Alleged Deed by President Danf orth to the Town of York. Me. 

Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d ser. 1: 222, 326. (1890.) [8883 

Made subject of communication to the Massachusetts Historical Society, 
April 10, 1890, by Hon. Samuel A. Green, M. D., who gives the deed in full. 
See Green, Samuel A. 

-A Topographical Surmise, locating the houses of Gorges and 
Godfrey at York, Me. (Extract from an ** Abstract of Title of 
Mr. Samuel A. Allen's Farm in York.'* By William M. Sai^ent.) 
Read before the Maine Historical Society, February 20, 1890. Me. 
Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d ser. 1 : 133. (1890.) [8884 



396 BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

Sabobxt, William Mitchell, Continued. 

^York Deeds. Book Y. Edited by William M. Sargent, A. M., 

member of the Maine Historical Society, of the Maine Genealogi- 
cal Society, and of the Gorges Society. Portland: Brown Thurs- 
ton & Company. 1889. 8vo. pp 10. ff. 121, 129. pp. 76. [8885 

York Deeds. Book VI. Edited by William M. Sargent, A. M., 

member of the Maine Historical Society, of the Maine Genealogi- 
cal Society and of the Gorges Society. Portland: Brown Thurston 
& Company. 1889. 8vo. pp. 10. ff. 177. pp. 130. [8886 

The preface comprlseH pp. 6-10. 

The pagination of the text in each of the foregoing volames follows that 
of the original folios. 

A Legislative resolve authorized the purchase for the State, of four hun- 
dred and fifty copies of each volume, at five dollars per volume. 

Sasanoa's Riveb, Mains. 

Location of. 1868. See Ballard, Edward. 

Saunders, Fbedebick. 6. 1807. Author, New York. 

Editor, Our National Centennial Jubilee. Orations, addresses^ 

and poems, delivered on the Fourth of July, 1876, in the several 

states of the Union. Edited by Frederick Saunders, A. M., of 

the Astor Library, author of ^' Salad for the Solitary and the 

Social," " Evenings with the Sacred Poets," etc. New York: E. 

B. Treat. 1877. 8vo. pp. 879. [8887 

Contains oration by George F. Talbot, Portland; "TheNation*8 Birthday." 

Saussate, Le Sieub de la. French colonist. 

Established colony at Mount Desert. 1611. See Relations des 
Jesuit^s. 

Taken prisoner there by the English. 1611. See same. 

Sent out in charge of Madame de Guercheville^s colony; settles on 

Somes' Sound, Mt. Desert Island; neglects to fortify; attacked 
by Argall ; taken to England. See Charlevoix, P. F. X. 

Savage, James, and family, Bluehill. 1890. See Candage, R. G. F. 

Savage, William Thomas, D. D. 1812-88. Clergyman, r. in Maine 

until 1849. 

Sermon CCCCXXIII. By Rev. William T. Savage, pastor of the 

First Congregational church, Houlton, Maine. Am. Nat. Preach. 

20:111. (1846.) [8888 

On Christian tolerance. 

Sawtelle, H. M. Clergyman, Lebanon. 

Sermon by Rev. H. M. Sawtelle, on the death of James A. Garfield, 
President of the United States, delivered at the Baptist church, 
Lebanon, Maine, September 25th, 1881. Portland, Me.: Printed 
by B. Thurston & Co. n. d. (1881.) 8vo. pp. 16. [8889 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 397 

Sawteb, Fbanklik. Millbridge. 

The History of Naskeag Lodge, No. 178, Free and Accepted Masons. 
Millbridge, Maine. From its organization, July, 1874, to July, 
1802. By Franklin Sawyer, P. M. Portland: Stephen Berry, 
Printer. 1892. 12mo. pp. 40. [8800 

Sawybb, John. 1755-1858. Clergyman, Bangor. 

Centennial of. 1856. See Souther, Samuel. 
Biographical Sketch of Cong. Quar. 1 : 62. (1850.) [8801 

Address on. 1850. See Pond, Enoch. 

Biographical sketches are In Harper's Weekly (with portrait) 30 Oct., 18JS9; 
in Maine Evangelist, 26 Feb., 1859, and in Cong. Year Book, 1869, p. 131. 

Sawybb, J. H. 

Digest of Arithmetic. Portland: 1860. 12mo. 

Principles and Rules of Reading. By J. H. Sawyer, A. M., principal 

of Corinna Union Academy, Me. Portland: Advertiser Steam 
Job Printing Office. 1862. 16mo. pp. 16. [8802 

Sawybb, Moses H. 

Lieutenant Colbom, or the disinherited. Portland: Published by 
the author. For sale by Bailey <& Noyes. 1861. 12mo. pp. 340, (1). 

[8803 

Sawyeb, Nathaniel Knight. 1816-88. Journalist, Ellsworth. 

Report of newspapers in Hancock County. 1866. See Maine Press 
Association. 

The Press of Hancock County. 1872. See Griffin, Joseph. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1880. See Chilcott, James C. 

Sawyeb, Rufus Mobbill. 1820-72. Clergyman, Winthrop and York. 
Agamenticus, Gorgiana, or York, Maine. Cong. Q. 8:141, 267. 
(1866.) [8804 

Contains sketch of the life of Rev. Samael Moodey. 

Saxe, L. 

Lady from Maine. Atl. Mo. 60:183, 200. (1887.) [8805 

Saywabd, Chables Auoustits. Ipswich, Mass. 

The Say ward Family: Being the history and genealogy of Henry 
Say ward, of York, Maine, and his descendants. With a brief 
account of other Saywards who settled in America. By Charles 
A. Sayward. Ipswich, Mass.: Independent Press, E. G. Hull. 
1800. sm. 8vo. pp. vi, 177. [8806 

Saywabd, Henby, and Descendants. York. 

History and Genealogy. 1800. See Sayward, Charles A. 



398 BIBLIOORAFHY OF MAINE. 

Satwabd, John Shannon. 1805-75. Journalist, Bangor, Augusta, 
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Saywabd, Joseph. 1787-1869. Alfred. 

Notice of. N.E.Reg. 26:104. (1872.) [8887 

ScAXLOP Giant, Fishbbt of Maine. 1888. See Smith, Hugh M. 

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Colonel Scammans and the Battle of Bunker^s Hill. Hist Mag. 
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ScAMMON, Stephen. Cape Elizabeth. 

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Scabborouoh. Incorporated 1658. 

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A Declaration to y« Towns of Scarborough and Falmouth, Black 

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SCHACKFOBD, SAMUEL. CiucagO. 

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SCHOODIC RiVEB. 

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School Dlilooues : being a selection of the best dramatic pieces, from 
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upon the island. 



400 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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ScBBVSsr, William. 1629-1713. Clergyman, Kittery. 

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ScBiBNEB, Fbai^^k L AMBON. KnozviUe, Tenn. 

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Laconia: or legends of the White Mountains and Merrymeeting 

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" These mountains, forests, lakes, and plains 
Have echoed oft my cantle strains ; 
But now what else for me remains 
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The streamlets f rae thy crimson stains 

Maun onward flow.** 

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This does not relate to Merrymeeting Bay in Maine, but to a locality by the 
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Seabxjbt, Samuel Dobbai^ce. 

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[8923 
Sbabs, Lobenzo. Professor University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. 
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27» 



402 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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A Pictorial Description of the United States; embracing the his- 
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Sbarsmont. Incorporated 1814. 

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Seabspobt. Incorporated 1845. 

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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 403 

Seayeb, Edwabd R. PortlaDd. 

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"Then strike the harp, old Erin's harp, with fearless force and bold; 
It breathes not for a ttmorons hand, nor for a heart that's cold ; 
It loves the open generous soul— the bold, the brave, the free; 
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[8029 

Skavby, Calvin^ M. D. 1809-86. Physician, Bangor. 

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Sbavt, Asa H. Portland. 

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Sebago Pond, in the County of Cumberland; the eastern extrem- 
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See Harpswell. 

Sbbbc. Incorporated 1812. 

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Sbdgwick. Incorporated 1789. 

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404 BIBLIOGRAPHT OF MAINE. 

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Lapham's HUt. Bethel, p. 46, says this was dictated by Mr. Segar, and 
written out by Rev. Daniel Gould. 

Seguik Islaxd to Eennebu^kpobt. 

U. S. Coast Survey Chart. 1878. Size, 30x38 inches. Scale, 0.97. 

[8937a 

Seitz, Josiah Augustus. Clergyman, Norway, 1877-82. 

Universalism, and the Universalist Church; a short history, By J. 

A. Seitz. 

" The whole family in heaven and earth.** 

Ephesians 3 : 15. 

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[8938 
^The Plan of Salvation; here and hereafter. 

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Senteb, Isaac. 1755-99. Physician, Newport, R. I. 

The Journal of Isaac Senter, physician and surgeon to the troops 
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Senteb, Nath. G. M. 

A Lecture on the beauty, principles and importance of agriculture, 
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Seveittebnth Jewel, of the United States of Amebic a (The) : shin- 
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Sevebance, Lutheb. 1797-1855. Journalist, Augusta. 
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406 BIBUOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

Sewall, Daniel. 1755-1842. York, Kennebunk. 

For nuiny yean he famished the caloalatlont for the astronomical depart, 
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ALIilBONK. 

An Eulogy occasioned by the death of General Washington. Pro- 
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View through each month, what varied seasons rise. 

Transform the earth and beaatify the skies! 
First, Spring advancing, sows the earth with pearl. 

Next, Summer comes, to crown the reaper's toil : 
Then Autumn^ with her richest harvests crowned. 

And sober Winter, fills the annual round. 

Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Printed for Charles Peirce, and 
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Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 



Sewall, Daniel. 1808-66. Clergyman, Castine, Augusta, St Albans. 
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^A Sermon and Memorial delivered at the funeral of Capt. Isaac 

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Sbwall, David, LL. D. 1735-1825. Lawyer and judge U. S. District 

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Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Memoir of. 1883. See Bumham, Edward P. 

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Sewall Family of New England. See Sewall, Riifus K. 

Sewall, Frank. &. 1837. Clergyman, Washington, D. C. 

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Sewall, Fbbdebic Dummeb. 6. 1826. Lawyer, and general, Bath. 
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Sewall, Geobqe Pophau. 1811-81. Lawyer, Oldtown. 

In Memorlam. Resolutions and proceedings of the Penobscot bar, 
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Sewall, Henby. 1752-1845. Augusta. 

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Sketch of. 1867. See Boardman, Samuel L. 

Memorial of. 1873. See Drake, Francis S. 

Sewall, John Smith, D. D. 6. New Castle, 1830. Professor Ban- 
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[8967 

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408 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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The Pulpit New Eng. 20: 401. (1861.) [8970 

Some points in church architecture. 

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How to Accommodate a Worshiper. New Eng. 21 : 24. (1862.) 

[8972 
On church architecture. 

^How to Come to Christ. Published by the American Tract Society, 

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[8974 
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^A Study in Chinese History. New. Eng. 31 : 57. (1872.) 



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Review of Robert Browning's poem with the above title. 

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Inaugural address as professor at Bangor. 

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A criticism on Mallock's article in the " Nineteenth Century, ** for Jan., 
1879, called " Logic of Tolerance." 

-What Are We to Gain from the Resurrection? Sermon. 1884. 
See Perkins, Chas. S. 

-Nathaniel Hawthorne. New Eng. 44: 403. (1885.) [8988 

Review of his life by Julian Hawthorne. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 409 

-Denominational Union. Maine Gen. Conf. Minutes. 1886. 147. 

[8089 

-Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. New £ng. 45 : 745. (1886.) [8990 

-General Statistical Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, 
Maine. 1820-90. (1890.) pp.126. [8991 

-The Inyincible Armada in Japan. New Eng. 58:201, 331. (1890.) 

[8992 
Personal reminiscences of the Japan expedition ander Commodore Perry. 

-Our Typhoon. New Eng. 53:526. (1890.) [8993 



What May We Preach? New Eng. 54: 546. (1891.) [8994 

Sewall, Joseph. 1795-1851. Lawyer, Bath. 

History of Bath. Read before the Lyceum in 1883. Me. Hist. Soc. 
Coll. 2: 189. (1847.) [8995 

Notice of. 1859. See Allen, Frederic. 

Sewall, Jotham. 1760-1850. Clergyman, Chesterville. 

Rev. Mr. SewalPs Poem on the mode of Baptism, n. d. 8yo. pp. 7. 

[8996 

The same. Second edition, n. p. (Augusta.) n. d. (1804.) 8yo. pp. 

3. [8997 
Abstract of the Rev. Jotham SewalPs journal, 1805. (Dated Ches- 
terville, May 14, 1806.) Mass. Miss. Mag. 4: 74. (1806.) [8998 

Commemorative Notice of Rev. Samuel Moodey of York. See 

Sprague, William B. 
Reminiscences of George Whitefield's visit to York in 1770. See 

Sprague, William B. 

Letter concerning Jesse Appleton, D. D. See Sprague, William B. 

Memoir of. 1853. See Sewall, Jotham, Jr. 

Commemorative Notice of. 1856. See Shepard, George. 



-Sketch of. 1866. See Buck, Edwin A. 



Sewall, Jotham, Jb. 1791-1884. Clergyman, Newcastle, Westbrook, 

Bluehill, Woolwich. 

A Memoir of Rev. Jotham Sewall, of Chesterville, Maine. By his 

son. Rev. Jotham Sewall. Boston : Published by Tappan & Whit- 

temore. 1853. 12mo. pp. 407. (Fort.) [8999 

Infant Baptism an Ordinance of the gospel. Mass. Sabbath-school 

Soc. 1863. [9000 

The Second Coming of Christ to be Poslmillenial. By Rev. Jotham 

Sewall. Chicago: Culver, Page, Hoyne & Co., Printers, 118 A 
120 Monroe Street. 1879. 12mo. pp. 79. [9001 

" Parousia " Incorrect, or Christ's spiritual presence not his second 

coming. By Rev. Jotham Sewall. Chicago. 1883. 12mo. pp. 49. 

[9002 



410 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Sew ALL, JoTHAM Bbadbuby. b. Newcastle, 1825. Tutor, 1851-52 and 
professor Bowdoin College, 1865-T7. 
Greek Conditional Sentences, n. p. (Brunswick.) n. d. (1855.) 
12mo. pp. 8. [0003 

In Memoriam. A discourse delivered at the North Congregational 

church, Springfield, Mass. July 5, 1862: also in the High Street 
Congregational church, Lewiston Falls, Me., July 26, 1862, in 
memory of the late Rev. James Drummond. By J. B. Sewall, 
pastor of the Central church, Lynn, Mass. Springfield : Samuel 
Bowles & Co., Printers. 1862. 8yo. [9064 

^Religion and Chemistry. Bost Rev. 5 : 461. (1865.) [9005 

Evenings with the Bihle and Science. By J. B. Sewall. 

'O obpavdc koZ ^ 77 irapeXevoo»rm;, ol 6k Xoyoi ftov ob ^ wapeXSwn. 

Matt. 34:35. 

Boston: Croshy A Nichols. New York: O. S. Felt 1864. 16mo. 
pp. 151. [9006 

^Appendiz to Curtius's Greek Grammar; containing versiflcations 

and list of Greek verbs. New York : Harper & Brothers. 1873. 
12mo. pp. 353-357. (1 pi.) [9007 



On the distinction between the subjunctive and optative modes in 

Greek conditional sentences. Transactions of the American 
Philological Associations. 1874. pp. 77-82. [9008 

Sewall, Oliver, d, 1861. Chesterfield. 

History of Chesterville, Maine. By the late Oliver Sewall, Esq. 
Farmington, Me. Published by J. S. Swift. 1875. 8vo. pp. 96. 

[9009 
Sewall, Rufus. 1787-1880. Clergyman, Edgecomb. 

History of the Congregational church, Edgecomb: embracing arti- 
cles of faith and covenant, and a full schedule of members. By 
Rufus Sewall, church clerk, in the 84th year of his age, 1870. 
Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1871. 12mo. pp. 20. [9010 

Sewall, Rufus Kino. Lawyer, b. Edgecomb, 1814. r. Wiscasset since 
1857. 
Explanation of the import of Norumbegua. Hist Mag. 2: 187. 
(185«.) [9011 

^Ancient Dominions of Maine: embracing the earliest fifccts, the re- 
cent discoveries of the remains of aboriginal towns, the voyages, 
settlements and battle scenes, and incidents of Indian warfare, 
and other incidents of history; together with the religious devel- 
opments of society within the ancient Sagadahoc, Sheepscot, and 
Pemaquid precincts and dependencies. By Rufus King Sewall, 
author of *' Sketches of the City of St Augustine." Portland: 
Published by Sanborn A Carter. 1859. 8vo. pp. 866. [9012 



BIBLIOGBAPHT OF MAINE. 411 

The Lost Augusta. 1862. See Ballard, Edward. 

History of Lincoln Lodge, at Wiscasset. By Rufus King Sewall, 

author of *' Ancient Dominions of Maine.*' Portland: Bailey & 
Noyes. 1863. Sto. pp. 54. Index (2). [0013 

History of Lincoln Lodge. Supplemental from A. D. 1870, inclu- 
sive. By Rufus K. Sewall. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 
1871. 8vo. pp. 58-69. [9014 
Paged consecutively from last title. 

Popham's Town of Fort St George, Me. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 7: 

291. (1876.) [9016 

The same, in separate form. 1876. 8vo. pp. 32. [9016 

Historical and Descriptive Sketch of Lincoln County. 1879. See 

Howard, R. H. 

Samoset and Kew England Colonization. Mag. Am. Hist. 8: 820. 

(1882.) [9017 

Wiscasset Point. The old meeting-house, and interesting incidents 

connected with its history. By Rufus E. Sewall, Esq. Wiscasset: 
Charles E. Emerson, Printer. 1883. 8vo. pp. 18. (Engr.) [9018 

Reunion. Class of 1837. Bowdoin College, June 22, 1887. Bruns- 
wick : Telegraph Job Press. 8vo. pp. 21. [9019 

^The Sewall Family of New England. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d ser. 

2:306. [9020 

Biographical Data of the public life of David Sewall, LL. D., of 

York. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d ser. 2: 334. [9021 

SswALL, Samuel. 1652-1730. Chief Justice of Massachusetts. 

A Memorial relating to the Kennebec Indians. 1721. (Boston, 
1721.) 4to. pp. 3. [9022 

The same. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 3: 351. (1853.) [9023 

See Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 6th ser. 7 : 292, nofs. 

Sbwaxl, Samuel. 1724-1815. Engineer, York. 

Biographical Notice of. 1842. See Bradford, Alden. 

Sewall, Samuel. 1765-1826. Clergyman, Edgecomb. 

The Christian's Triumph. A sermon delivered at Edgecomb, 25th 

December, 1816, at the interment of Widow Sarah Parsons, by 

Rev. Samuel Sewall. 

" And I heard a voice from Heaven sayinf? unto me, write, blessed are the 
dead which die in the Lord.*' 

St. Johk. 

Portland: Printed by Francis Douglas. 1817. 8vo. pp. 8. [9024 

SswALL, Thomas. York. 

Funeral Discourse on. 1716. See Moodey, Samuel. 



412 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Sewall, William Babtlstt. 1782-1860. Lawyer, PorUand, Kenne- 
bunk. 
The Maine Register and United States' Calendar, for the year of our 
Lord 1820, and forty-fourth of American Independence, Con- 
taining civil, judicial, ecclesiastical and military lists in Maine; 
associations and corporate institutions, for literary, agricoltnral 
and charitable purposes. Names of the posttowns and post mas- 
ters in Maine. Also, the constitution as reported by the conyen- 
tion. Catalogues of the officers of the general govemment, in 
its several departments and establishments. Times of the sit- 
tings of the several courts, and a variety of other interesting arti- 
cles. Portland: Published by F. Douglas & A. Shirley. Sold 
wholesale and retail at their Printing Offices, and at the several 
Bookstores. 16mo. pp. 268. (Index, 2 pp.) [9025 

The Maine Register and United States' Calendar, for the year of our 

Lord, 1821 : and forty-fifth of American Independence. Contain- 
civil, judicial, ecclesiastical and military lists in Maine; associ- 
ations and corporate institutions, for literary, agricultural and 
charitable purposes. Names of the post towns and post masters 
in Maine. Also, catalogues of the officers of the general govern- 
ment, in its several departments, and a variety of other interest- 
ing articles. Portland: Published by A. Shirley & T. Todd A Co. 
For sale at their Offices, and the Bookstores in Maine. 16mo. pp. 
214. Index, pp. 2. [9026 

The Farmer's Almanac for the year of our Lord 1822: being the 

second after bissextile or leap year, and the forty-sixth of the In- 
dependence of the United States of America. Calculated for the 
meridian of Portland, and particularly intended for the state of 
Maine. Portland : By William B. Sewall, Esq. (Seal of the State.) 

" HAppy the man, who from the world escap'd. 
In still retreats and flowery solitudes, 
Tf* Nature's voice attends from day to day, 
And month to month, through the revolving year; 
Admiring sees her, in her every shape ; 
Feels all her sweet emotions at his heart; 
Takes what she liberal gives, nor thinks of more.'* 

Portland: Printed and Published at the Gazette and Argus offices, 
and may be had wholesale and retail at William Hyde's and Isaac 
Adams' Bookstores, and of the principal traders in the state. 
{1821.) 8yo. pp. 46. [9027 

The Maine Register, and United States, Calendar, for the year of 

our Lord, 1822: and forty-sixth of American Independence. Con- 
taining civil, judicial, ecclesiastical and military lists in Maine; 
associations and corporate institutions, for literary, agricultural 
and charitable purposes; names of post towns and post masters 
in Maine. Also, catalogues of the officers of the general govern- 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 413 

ment, in its several departments and establishments; times of 
the sittings of the several courts, and a variety of other interest- 
ing articles. By William B. Sewall, Esq. Portland : Printed by 
A. Shirley and T. Todd. For sale at their offices, and Bookstores 
in Maine. 16mo. pp. 142. Index, pp. 2. [0023 

-The Maine Register, and United States Calendar for the year of our 
our Lord 1823: and 47th of American Independence. Containing 
civil, judicial, ecclesiastical and military lists in Maine; associa- 
tions and corporate institutions, for literary, agricultural and 
charitable purposes; names of the post towns and post masters 
in Maine. Also, catalogues of the officers of the general govern- 
ment, in its several departments and establishments; times of 
the sittings of the several courts, and a variety of other interest- 
ing articles. By William B. Sewall, Esq. Portland: Published 
by A. Shirley and Todd and Smith. For sale at their offices, and 
the Bookstores in Maine. 16mo. pp. 178. Index, pp. 2. [9029 

-The Maine Register, and United States' Calendar, for the year of our 
Lord 1824: and 48th of American Independence. Containing 
civil, judicial, ecclesiastical and military lists in Maine; associa- 
tions and corporate institutions, for literary, agricultural and 
charitable purposes; names of the post towns and post masters 
in Maine. Also, catalogues of the officers of the general govern- 
ment, in its several departments and establishments; times of 
the sittings of the several courts, and a variety of other interest- 
ing articles. By William B. Sewall. Hallo well: Published by 
Glazier & Co. For sale at their Bookstore, No. 1, Kennebec Row. 
sm. 16mo. pp. 144. [9030 

-The Maine Register, and United States Calendar, for the year of our 
Lord, 1825: and 49th of American Independence. Containing 
civil, judicial, ecclesiastical and military lists in Maine: associa- 
tions and corporate institutions, for literary, agricultural and 
charitable purposes; names of the post towns and postmasters 
in Maine. Also, catalogues of the officers of the general govern- 
ment, in its several departments and establishments; times of 
the sittings of the several courts, and a variety of other interest- 
ing articles. By William B. Sewall. Hallowell: Published by 
Glazier & Co. For sale at their Bookstore, No. I Kennnebec Row. 
sm. 12mo. pp. 144. [9031 

-The Maine Register, and United States Calendar, for the year of our 
Lord 1826, and 50th of American Independence. Containing 
civil, judicial, ecclesiastical and military lists in Maine: associa- 
tions and corporate institutions for literary, agricultural and 
charitable purposes; names of the post towns and post masters 
in Maine: also, catalogues of the officers of the general govern- 
ment, in its several departments and establishments; times of 



414 BIBIilOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

Skwall, Wiluam Babtuett, Continued. 

the Bittings of the courts; and a variety of other interesting arti- 
cles. By William B. SewalL Hallowell: Printed and published 
by Glazier A Co., No. 1, Kennebec Row. sm. 12mo. pp. 144. [9032 

^Biographical Sketch of. (With port) 1868. See Willis, William. 

Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

Sbwaix, William D. Bath. 

The Golden Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. D. Sewall. January 1, 
1821-71. 8yo. pp.27. [9033 

SXTMOUB, E. 

Trout Fishing in the Raugeley Lakes. Scrib. 13: 433. (1876-77.) 

[9034 

Alao in " Sport with Gan and and Bod in American Woods and Waters, ** 
1883. Set Mayer, Alfred M. 

SsTMOUB, RiCHABD. Chaplain of Popham Expedition, 1607. 
Account of. (1862.) See Burgess, G^rge. 

Shaejebibm. 

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— ^-A Concise Statement of the principles of the only true church, 
according to the gospel, of the present appearance of Christ as 
held to and practiced by the followers of the living Saviour, at 
New Lebanon, Ac. Together with a letter from James Whitta- 
ker, minister of the gospel in this day of Christ^ s second appear^ 
ing, to his natural relations in England. Dated October 9th, 1785. 
Printed at Bennington, Vermont, by Haswell and Russell, 1790. 
Reprinted in the United Society, New Gloucester, Me. 1847. 
12mo. pp. 26. \W35 

Shahjeb, William Hosmbb, D. D. 1807-81. Clergyman, Portland, 

1854-81. [9086 

What is a Baptist? A circular letter read before the Cumberland 

(Maine) Baptist Association, August 27, 1856. n. p. n. d. 8yo. 

pp. 8. [9036a 

^A Historical Discourse delivered at Winthrop, June 16, 1874, be- 
fore the Maine Baptist Convention, by William H. Shailer, pastor 
of the First Baptist church, Portland. Portland: B. Thurston A 
Company. 1874. 8vo. pp. 67. [9087 

A Historical Discourse by Rev. William H. Shailer, pastor of the 

First Baptist church, Portland. Preached in Hallowell, June 20, 
1876, at the fifty-second anniversary of the Maine Baptist Mis- 
sionary Convention. Portland: Printed by B. Thurston A Com- 
pany. 1876. 8vo. pp. 18. [9038 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINB. 415 



-A Discourse preached on the occasion of the seventy-fifth anniver- 
sary of the First Baptist church, in Portland, July 28, 1870, by 
Rev. William H. Shailer, D. D., pastor of the church. Portland: 
1876. 8vo. pp. 34. [9030 

-A Discourse delivered at the fiftieth anniversary of the Kennebec 

Association, at Norridgewock, September 2, 1879. By Rev. W. 

H. Shailer, D. D. Portland: B. Thurston & Go. 1879. 8vo. pp. 

24. [9040 

Contains assoolatlon record for the years 1830-79. 

-Memorial Address on. 1881. See Potter, Aibert E. 



Shaleb, Nathaniel Southgats, S. D. 6. 1841. Professor of fi^eology, 
Harvard College. 
Preliminary Report on the recent changes of level on the coast of 
Maine; with reference to their origin and relation to other 
similar changes. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist Mem. 2:321. (1871-78.) 

[9041 
GeolQgy of the Island of Mount Desert. 1889. See Powell, J. W. 

Shannon, Nathaniel, M. D. 1822-90. Physician, Gape Elizabeth, 
Portland. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1890. See Meserve, A. K. P. 

Shaplbioh. Incorporated 1783. 

History of. 1864. See Loring, Amasa. 

^History of. 1872. See Sanford, Everts <fe Co. 

History of. 1880. See Clayton, W. W. 

Shapleigh, Alexandeb. Kittery. 

Descendants of. 1851. See Thornton, J. Wingate. 

Shapleioh, D. M. 

Kittery Records. Me. Rec. 1 : 21, 47 (intentions of marriage), 65, 133. 
(1884.) [9042 

Shapleioh, Elibha. 1779-1852. Eliot 

Notice of. N. £. Reg. 6: 310. (1852.) [9043 

Shapleigh Family. Kittery. 

English Connection of. 1886. See Sargent, W. M. 

Shapleigh, Majob Nicholas. Kittery. 

Descendants of. 1851. See Thornton, J. Wingate. 

Shabp, Daniel, D. D. 1783-1853. Clergyman, Boston. 

The Selection and Use of Acceptable Words. A sermon, delivered 
at the ordination of Mr. Ebenezer Thresher, Jr. to the pastoral 
charge of the First Baptist church, Portland. By Daniel Sharp, 
pastor of the Third Baptist church, Boston. Published by 
request. Portland: Printed by Day <fe Eraser. 1828. 8vo. pp. 18. 

[9044 



416 BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

Shattuck, W. p., M. D. Waterford. 

Disease; faith cure. Are persons restored by prayer? Viewed 

from a scientific standpoint By W. P. Shattuck, M. D. Oxford 

Coanty Advertiser Press, n. d. 16mo. pp. 20. [0045 

Shaw, Chablbs. 1782-1828. Lawyer, Jefferson. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Shaw, Elijah. 1793-1850. Clergyman, Portland, 1830-35. 

Bible Truth: or a treatise relative to the Eternal God, our Lord Je- 
sus Christ, and the Holy Spirit. By Elijah Shaw. Portland: 
Charles Day A Co. Printers. 1833. 12mo. pp. iv, 5, 36. [9046 

Memoir of. 1852. See Shaw, L. J. 

Shaw, E. R. 

The Millions of Menhaden. Potter's Am. Mo. 19: 1. (1882.) [9047 

Shaw, Fbedebick Elias. 1825-85. Journalist Clergyman, East 
Machias. Brewer. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1886. See Thurston, Brown. 

Shaw, Jim. 

The Hens in Convention. 

** Accept this lowly lay of mine.*' 

Btbok. 

Portland: Dresser, McLellan A Co. 1874. 12mo. [9048 

Shaw, L. J. 

Memoir of Elder Elijah Shaw. By his daughter. With an intro- 
duction by Elder D. Millard. 

** So fkrewell, 
Leader in Israel I— thou whose radiant path 
Vii'tkS like the angel's standing in the snn, 
Undazzled and unswenring, — it was meet 
That thou shonld'st rise to light without a cloud. " 

Boston: Published by L. J. Shaw. Philadelphia: Christian Gen- 
eral Book Concern: J. R. Freese, Agent. 1852. 12mo. pp. 377. 
(Port) [9040 

Shaw, Mbs. O. M. Portland. 

Mrs. Shawns Receipt Book, and Housekeeper's Assistant. By Mrs. 
O. M. Shaw. Portland, Me: Loring, Short and Harmon. Boston: 
Nichols & Hall. 1878. 16mo. pp. 196. [9050 

Shaw, Robbbt Gould, b, Gouldsborough, 1776. d. Boston, 1850. 
A Biographical Sketch of Robert Gould Shaw. (1776-1853.) Pre- 
pared for the New England Historic Genealogical Society, of 
Boston, Mass. Printed for the family. 1880. Large 8yo. pp. 34. 

[9051 
Contains some account of early times in Gonldsborough. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 417 

Shaw, Ma job Samuel. 1754-09. Gouldsborough, Boston. 
Journal and Life of. 1847. See Quincy, Josiah. 

Shaw, Samuel Pabkmak. 1813-69. r. Parkman, Wateryille, Portland, 
1836-63. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1872. See Harvard College. 

Shaw, Thomas. Standish. 

Melancholy Shipwreck. The following lines were occasioned by 

the loss of the schooner Charles, Capt. Adams of Portland which 

was wrecked on Richmond Island, near the entrance of Portland 

Harbor on the night of the (1?) 2th of July 1807 — which schooner 

had on board 22 persons, sixteen of which perished. Composed 

by Thomas Shaw, of Standish. [9052 

Broadside, 6x15 IncheB including a black border 3-16 inches wide. Within 
the border at the top are representations of sixteen coffins. There are 
twenty-nine verses of four lines, dated *' Portland July 14, 1807." A list of 
those lost and of those saved, &nd a notice of the funeral are within the 
border. 

A Mournful Song, occasioned by the shipwreck of the schooner 

Armistice, Captain Douglas, on Cohasset rocks, August 31, 1815, 
bound from Portland for Baltimore, on which occasion five per- 
sons perished. Broadside. [9053 

Ratification of the treaty in. 1815. 4 column broadside. 14x20 

inches. [9054 

^Yisit of Lafayette. 1824. Broadside. [9055 

Sketch of. 1887. See Choate, Isaac B. 



Shatbacks in Camp. 1887. See Barrows, Samuel J. 

Shea, John Gilmabt, LL. D. 1824-92. New York. 

Journal of an embassy from Canada to the United colonies of New 

England, in 1650. By Father Gabriel Druillette of the Society 

of Jesus. Translated from the original manuscript with notes, 

etc. By John Gilmary Shea, member of the society. Coll. New 

York Hist. Soc. 2d ser. 3 : 303-328. (1857.) [9056 

The above article has also an introductory note referring to Father 
Dreuillettes, Father Rale, etc. 

^The same. In separate form. New York. 1857. 8yo. pp. 18. 

[9057 
The Capuchin Missions in Maine. Hist Mag. 8: 177. (1865.) 

[9058 

The Capuchins in Maine. Hist. Mag. 8: 301. (1865.) [9059 

The two foregoing papers give an account of the copper plate found at 
Castlne in 1864. 

Notes on the early history of the Catholic church in New England. 

(Beprinted from the Boston Pilot of 1856.) Hist. Mag. 2d ser. 
5:313,392. (1869.) [9060 

28« 



418 BIBLIOORAPHY OF MAINE. 

Shea, John Gh^maby, LL. D., Continued. 

Early Missions in Acadie. Catholic World. 12: 620, 826. (1871.) 

[9061 

The Catholic Church in Colonial Days. The thirteen colonies — ^The 

Ottawa and niinois Country — Louisana — Florida — Texas — ^New 
Mexico and Arizona. 1521-1763. With portraits, maps and fac- 
similes. By John Gilmary Shea. New York: John G. Shea- 
1886. 8yo. pp. xyii, 668. [9062 

ContalnB proposed settlement In Maine, pp. 17-27; First work of the church 
in Maine; First chapel on Sainte Croix, or Neutral Island, (with engraving of 
the island) p. 217; Settlement at Sainte daaveur, p. 220; The Capuchins in 
Maine, (with fac-similes of copper plate found at Castine in 1863,) pp. 335- 
238; Father DreuiUettes in Maine, pp. 238-242; Missions in Maine, pp. 335- 
338; Acadian colonists at Madawaska, p. 439; The church of Maine, 1600-1763, 
(with account of Father Rale), pp. 502-606. 

Sheab Fixer, (The). Giying full directions for truing, grinding, hon- 
ing and setting shears. By an experienced finisher. Portland, 
Me.: Printed by B. Thurston & Co. 1878. 12mo. pp. 12. [9063 

Shed, Daniel, Jr., and family. Brewer. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

Sheepbcot. 

River. Capture of French mast-ship in, 1780. See Town, Ithiel. 

^River. Description of. 1801. See Bradford, Alden. 

River. Ancient Settlement on. (1847.) See Johnson, Samuel. 

^Ancient Settlement of. (1866.) See Cushman, D. Q. 

History. 1882. See Cushman, D. Q. 

Natural Oyster Beds of. 1882. See Ingersoll, Ernest. 

^Ancient Deeds at Sheepscot, Muscongus and Bath. Bang. H. M. 

1 : 84. (1885.) [9064 

^Farm. 1887. See Johnston, Alexander. 

Persons from Sheepscot at Scituate, Mass. 1675-76. Bang. H. M. 

5: 217. (1890.) [9065 

Sheldon, Edward Stevens. Professor Harvard College, Cambridge, 
Mass. 
Some Specimens of a Canadian French dialect spoken in Maine. 
By Edward S. Sheldon, A. B., assistant professor of romance 
philology in Harvard University, Cambridge. Mass. Modern 
Language Association of America Proc. 3:210. (1887.) [9066 

Sheldon, David Newton, D. D. 1807-89. President of Waterville 
College, r. Maine, 1833-89. 
The Nature of Spiritual Worship. A sermon preached ac the dedi- 
cation of the Baptist meeting house, in Bath, Me. Published by 
request. Bath: Printed at the Tribune Office. 1853. 8vo. pp. 21. 

[9067 



BIBLIOGBAPHT OF MAINE. 419 



Sin and Redemption: a series of sermons, to which is added an 

oration on moral freedom. By D. N. Sheldon, D. D. pastor of 
the Elm Street Baptist church, in Bath, Maine. New York: 
Sheldon, Lamport A Blakeman. Boston: Gould & Lincoln. 
1856. 12mo. pp. 332. [0068 

^The same. Second edition. Boston: Crosby, Nichols & Co. 12mo. 

pp. 332. [9069 

Reviewed in Joar. Am. Unit. Ass. 3: 998. (1866.) 

Christian Services: A sermon, preached in the town hall, Waterville, 

Maine, Sunday, January 5, 1862, on occasion of the formation of 
a new religious society. Published by request. Bangor: Wheeler 
& Lynde, Printers. 1862. Svo. pp. 11. [0070 

^The Place Belonging to the Holy Spirit in the Religious Training 

of the Soul. Unit Rev. 2:413. (1874.) [9071 

Shepabd, Chablbs Upham, LL. D. 1804-86. Professor Amherst 
College. 
Account of the meteorite of Castine, Maine, May 20, 1848. Am. 
Jour. Sci. 2d ser. 6: 251. (1848.) [9072 

^Notice of the meteorite stone of Searsmont, Maine. Am. Jour. 

Sci. 102:133. (1871.) [9073 

Shbpabd, Gbobob, D. D. 1801-68. Professor Bangor Theological 
Seminary. 

Two Discourses on the divinity of Christ, delivered in Hallowell, 
on the evenings of Dec. 25th and 30th, 1832. By George Shepard, 
pastor of the First church in Hallowell. Hallowell: Glazier, 
Masters & Co., Printers. 1833. 8vo. pp. 47. [9074 

The Works of the Rev. Robert Hall. Am. Q. Obs. 3: 67. (1834.) 

[9075 

^The Duty of Helping the Weak. (Acts 20, 35.) A sermon delivered 

in Bangor, (Hammond Street Church) June 24, 1835, before the 
Maine Missionary Society, at its twenty-eighth anniversary. By 
George Shepard, pastor of the Congregational church in Hallo- 
well. Hallowell: Glazier, Masters & Smith. 1835. 8vo. pp. 13. 

[0076 

The Influence of Christ^s Coming upon Human Destiny. Nat. 

Preach. 11: 1836. 8vo. pp. 10. [9077 

Character in the Christian Ministry. Am. Bib. Rep. 9:64. (1837.) 

[9078 

^Address to the American Home Missionary Society, New York, 

May 9, 1838. The Home Missionary. 11 : 2. (1838.) [9079 

^Manner in the Preacher. Bib. Rep. 2d ser. 4: 78. (1840.) [9080 

^The Methods of the Adversary. Am. Nat. Preach. 15:73. (1841.) 

[9081 



420 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Shepabd, George, D. D., Continued. 

^The Evils and the Remedy of Covetousness. Am. Nat. Preach. 

16: 137. 1842. [9082 

The Complete Works of Rev. Daniel A. Clark, with a biof^^phical 

sketch, and an estimate of his powers as a preacher. In two vol- 
umes. New York. 1842. 8vo. pp. 480 and 440. [9083 



South's Sermons Reviewed. Am. Bib. Rep. 2d ser. 12: 392. (1844.) 

[9084 

Sermon CCCCIX. By Rev. George Shepard, professor In the Theo- 
logical Seminary, Bangor. The Eclipsed Luminary. Am. Nat. 
Preach. 19: 241. (1845.) [9085 

Sketch of William R. Prince. 1846. See Prince, Newall A. 

Preaching of the Late Dr. Griffin. Am. Bib. Rep. 3d ser. 3:623. 

(1847.) [9086 

Addresses of the Rev. Professor George Shepard and Rev. S. L. 

Caldwell, to the California Pilgrims from Bangor, Maine. Ban- 
gor: Smith & Sayward, Printers. 1849. 8vo. pp. 7. [9087 

The Suffering and the Glory. Sermon. Nat. Preach. 1850. [9088 

The Moral Discipline of Giving. A sermon, before the American 

Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, at the meeting 
in Detroit, Michigan, September 7, 1858. By George Shepard, D. D., 
professor in Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine. Boston: 
Press of T. R. Marvin & Son, 42 Congress Street 1858. 8vo. pp. 
24. [9089 

Extract from his address at the funeral of Rev. John Maltby. 

(1860.) See Pond, Enoch. 

Providence, Endowment, Character and Service. 1 Peter, 1 : 24, 25. A 

sermon preached at the fifty-seventh anniversary of the Maine 
Missionary Society, at Searsport, June 22, 1864. By George Shep- 
ard, professor in the Theological Seminary, Bangor. Portland: 
Printed by Brown Thurston. 1864. 8vo. pp. 19. [9090 

The same, under the following title: 

A Discourse commemorative of Rev. Benjamin Tappan, D. D., 
late secretary of the Maine Missionary Society. Delivered be- 
fore the society, June 22, 1864. By George Shepard, professor in 
the Theological Seminary, Bangor. Portland: Printed by Brown 
Thurston. 1864. 8vo. pp. 23. [9091 

Sermons of the late Rev. George Shepard, professor in the Theo- 
logical Seminary, Bangor, Maine. With a memorial by Prof. D. 
S. Talcott Boston: Nichols and Noyes. 1868. 16mo. pp. zxxix, 
368. [»092 

^Dr. Shepard and His Sermons. 1869. See Richardson, M. L. 

Professor Shepard and His Sermons. 1870. See Fish, F. W. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 421 

-Demosthenes and the Rhetorical Principles Established by His Ex- 
ample. Bib. Sac. 27: 401. (1870.) [0098 

-Cicero, and remarks on the Ciceronian style. Bib. Sac. 28: 123. 
(1871.) [0094 

-British Eloquence in Debate. Bib. Sac. 29: 22. (1872.) [9095 

-Edmund Burke. Bib. Sac. 31 : 507. (1874.) [9006 

-Charles James Fox as an Orator. Bib. Sac. 34: 447. (1877.) [0097 



Biography. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

Shefabd, Kewell, and family, Holden. 1800. 8^e Porter, J. W. 

Shbphebd'b So»ros. 1833. See Randall, Thomas. 

Sheplet, David, D. D. 1804-81. Clergyman, North Yarmouth and 
Winslow. 
The Great Motive to Ministerial Fidelity. A sermon delivered at 
the ordination of the Rev. Samuel Howard Shepley, as pastor of 
the Congregational church, New Gloucester, Me., October 31, 
1838. By David Shepley, pastor of the First church in North 
Yarmouth. Brunswick: Press of Joseph Griffin. 1838. 8vo. pp. 
31. [0008 

Convictions Essential to Missionary Exertions. (2 Cor. 4: 13.) A 

sermon delivered in Fryeburg, June 25, 1845, before the Maine 
Missionary Society, at its thirty-eighth anniversary, by Rev. 
David Shepley, pastor of the First church in North Yarmouth. 
Portland: Thurston, Ilsley & Co., Printers. 1845. 8vo. pp. 18. 

[0000 

The Good Servant Welcomed to His Reward. A sermon preached 

at the interment of Dea. Jacob Mitchell, Feb. 8, 1848. By David 
Shepley, pastor of the First church of North Yarmouth. Fort- 
land: Printed at the Mirror office. 1848. 8vo. pp. 24. [9100 

Confession of Faith and Covenant of the First church in North 

Yarmouth, Me., with a catalogue of its members and brief his- 
torical notices, April, 1848. Portland : Printed at the Mirror Of- 
fice. 1848. 8vo. pp. 64. [0101 
Appendix. (1868.) 8vo. pp. 8. 

^Memoir, with sermons, of Rev. Josiah Peet. By Rev. David Shep- 
ley. 

Prayer ardent opens heaven. 

YOUNQ. 

New York: John F. Trow, Printer, 40 Ann Street 1854. 8vo. pp. 
844. (Port., 3 illus.) [0102 

^Report as provisional secretary trustees Maine Missionary Society. 

1864. See Maine Missionary Society. 

^A Remarkable Genealogy. Cong. Quar. 13 : 36. (1871.) [0103 

Concerning the Mitchell family of North Yarmouth. 



422 BIBLIOGRAPHT OF liAINE. 

Shbpley, Ethbb, LL. D. 1789-18T7. Chief justice Sapreme Jadicial 
Court, r. Portland. 

Speech of the Hon. Ether Shepley of Maine, on the subject of the 
removal of the public deposits, from the Bank of the United 
States; delivered in the Senate of the United States, January 14 
& 15, 1834. City of Washington: Printed by Francis Preston 
Blair. 1834. 8vo. pp. 14. [9104 

Speech on the bill to provide compensation for French spoliations 

prior to 1800. In the Senate, Dec. 22, 1834. Washington, 1834. 
8vo. pp. 8. [9105 



-Speech of Mr. Shepley of Maine, on the bill making appropriations 
for fortifications. Delivered in the Senate of the United States, 
February 25, 1836. Printed at the Metropolitan Office, by Lang- 
tree & O'Sullivan. 1836. 8vo. pp. 12. [9106 

-Letter from. 1858. See American Tract Society. 

-Biographical Sketch of. (With port) 1863. See WiUis, WUliam. 

-Sermon on. 1877. See Hincks, Edward Y. 

-In Memoriam. Proceedings of the Cumberland Bar in relation to 
the recent death of Hon. Ether Shepley, formerly chief justice of 
the Supreme Judicial Court, had before the Court at the April 
term in Portland, on Wednesday, April 11, 1877. Maine Reports, 
66:593. (1878.) [9107 

-Notice of his death. 1878. See PortUnd Soc. Nat. Hist Proc 

-Memorial of. 1880. See Memorials of Judges. 

-Memoirs of. 1881. See Washburn, Israel, Jr. 

-Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

-Brief Sketch of. 1890. See Green, Samuel A. 



Shepley, Geoboe Fosteb, LL. D. 1819-78. Judge United States Cir- 
cuit Court, Portland. 
Proceedings of the Bench and Bar of the Circuit Court of the 
United States, District of Maine, September 28, 1878, upon the 
decease of Hon. George Foster Shepley. Portland: Stephen Berry, 
Printer. 1878. 8vo. pp. 45. [910S 

Addresses by Wilbur F. Lunt, Nathan Webb, A. A. Btrout, WilUam L. 
Putnam; reply by Judge Natban Cllflord. 

^Remarks upon his death. 1878. See Clifford, Kathan. 

^Incidents of the capture of Richmond. Atl. Mo. 46: la (1880.) 

[9109 
This was not Intended for publication and was neyer re vised. It was 
hastily prepared for a few friends comprising a literary club in Portland; 
and was reprinted after the decease of the author at their request. 

Memorial of. 1880. See Memorials of Judges. 



BIBLIOGRAFHY OF MAINE. 423 

Shbpley, John. 1787-1867. Lawyer, Saco. 

Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Judicial 
Court of the State of Maine. By John Shepley, counsellor at 
law. 

Maine Reports. Volume XIII. Hallo well: Glazier, Masters & 

Smith. 1888. 8vo. pp. 496. [0110 

Maine Reports. Volume XIV. Hallowell: Glazier, Masters & 

Smith. 8vo. pp. 502. [9111 

Maine Reports. Volume XV. Hallowell: Glazier, Masters & 

Smith. 1840. 8vo. pp. 502. [9112 

Maine Rei>orts. Volume XVI. Hallowell: Glazier, Masters & 

Smith. 1841. 8vo. pp. 511. [9113 

Maine Reports. Volume XVII. Hallowell: Glazier, Masters & 

Smith. 1841. 8vo. pp. 499. [9114 

Maine Reports. Volume XVIII. Hallowell: Glazier, Masters & 

Smith. 1842. 8yo. pp. 512. [9115 

Reports of cases determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of the 

State of Maine. By John Shepley, counsellor at law. Volume 
VIII. Maine Reports. Volume XXI. Hallowell: Glazier, Mas- 
ters & Smith. 1843. 8vo. pp. 602. [9116 

The same. Volume IX. Maine Reports. Volume XXII. Hallo- 
well: Glazier, Masters <& Smith. 1844. 8vo. pp. 602. [9117 

The same. Volume X. Maine Reports. Volume XXIII. Hallo- 
well: Glazier, Masters & Smith. 1845. 8yo. pp. 604. [9118 

The same. Volume XI. Maine Reports. Volume XXIV. Hallo- 
well: Glazier, Masters & Smith. 1846. 8yo. pp. 602. [9119 

The same. Volume XII. Maine Reports. Volume XXV. Hallo- 
well: Glazier, Masters & Smith. 1847. 8vo. pp. 600. [9120 

The same. Volume XIII. Maine Reports. Volume XXVI. Hallo- 
well: Masters, Smith & Co. 1848. 8vo. pp. 600. [9121 

The same. Volume XIV. Maine Reports. Volume XXVII. 

Hallowell: Masters, Smith & Co. 1849. 8yo. pp. 599. [9122 

The same. Volume XV. Maine Reports. Volume XXVIII. 

Hallowell: Masters, Smith & Co. 1850. 8yo. pp. 600. [9123 

Brief Sketch of. 1890. See Green, Samuel A. 



Sheppabd, Johw Hannibal. 1789-1873. Lawyer, r. Wiscasset, 1810- 
1842. 

An Address deliyered at Wiscasset, before Lincoln Lodgt^; on the 
anniyersary of St. John the Baptist, A. L. 5815. By John H. 
Sheppard. Hallowell: Printed by Ezeklel Goodale. 1815. 8yo. 
pp. 24. [9124 



424 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE« 

Sheppard, John Hannibal, Continued. 

An Address in Portland at the consecration of the Grand Lodge of 

Maine and the installation of its officers, in the presence of the 

Grand Lodge of New Hampshire, on the 24th of Jane, A. L. 

5820. By John H. Sheppard. Portland: Printed by A. Shirley. 

1820. 8yo. pp. 16. [9125 



-An Address delivered before Lincoln Lodge, Wiscasset, Jane 24, 

A. L. 5831. By John H. Sheppard, counsellor at law. 

Jiutumt et ienacempropoHH mrttm, 
Kon cMum ardor prava juhemtium, 
Non 9uU9U inwianita ^|rraiiii< 
Mente quaUi woUdOf neque Auater 
Dux inquieti turbidut Adriis, 
Nee J%iiminantU magna mantu JotU: 
Si fradu* inlabatur orM*, 
ImptnHdum /erieni ruina. 

Third edition. Boston: Printed by Beals A Homer, No. 42, Con- 
gress Street 1831. 8vo. pp. 32. [9126 

This was a defence of Masonry, and was delivered at a time when the at- 
tacks upon the institntion were incessant and severe. Three editions of one 
thousand copies each were published. The address brought upon the author 
a shower of crimination and abuse from all the anti-Masonic papers in the 
country. Among those who assailed its sentiments, was Ex-President John 
Quincy Adams, who denied a statement made in it that John Adams, his 
father, was a friend to Masonry. To this denial Mr. Sheppard conclusively 
replied by quoting a letter from the elder Adams to the Orand Lodge of 
Massachusetts, in 1796. 

-Mr. Sheppard' s Letters to John Quincy Adams on the subject of 
John Adams- opinion of Masonry. Boston: 1831. 8vo. pp. 8. 

[9127 

-An Eulogy pronounced at Wiscasset, in the afternoon of the State 
Fast, April 22d, 1841. On William Henry Harrison, late president 
of the U. S. Delivered and published at the request of a commit- 
tee of the citizens of Wiscasset, by John H. Sheppard. Wiscas- 
set: Printed by R B. Caldwell. 1841. 8vo. pp. 24. [9128 

-Address delivered at Portland, before the Grand Lodge and Chap- 
ter of Maine, and visiting lodges, on the festival of St John the 
Baptist, June, A. L. 6844. By John H. Sheppard, P. H. P. A K. T. 
counsellor at law. (Masonic emblems. Motto: Magna est zeritas 
et prevalebit) 

** Its liberal principles are founded on the immutable laws of truth and 
Justice.** 

WASHIirOTOM. 

" Destroy it not; for a blessing is in it." 

Isaiah lxv:8. 

Boston: Printed by Tuttle and Dennett. 1844. 8vo. pp. 80, 8. 

[9129 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 425 

Letter concerning Talleyrand in Maine. 1854. See Talleyrand. 

^Memoir of John H. Sheppard, — register of probate, 1817-S4. n. p. 

(Portland: 1863.) 8vo. pp. 7. [9130 

^The same. With portrait and note. 1863. See Willis, William. 

^Dumuresq Genealogy. N.E.Reg. 17:317. (1863.) [9181 

^Reminiscences and Genealogy of the Yaughan family. Read be- 
fore the (H. G.) Society, August 2, 1865, by John H. Sheppard, 
librarian. N. E. Reg. 19: 343. (1865.) [9132 

Reminiscences of the Yaughan family, and more particularly of 

Benjamin Yaughan, LL. D. Read before the New England His- 
toric-Genealogical Society, August 2, 1865. By John H. Shep- 
pard, A. M., librarian of the society. With a few additions, a 
genealogy and notes. 

" Di qwA oh'udise e ehepaiar tfipiace, 
Noi udUemo e parleremo a vui, 
Mentre che*l verUOt come/a $i iaet. " 

Dante Inf. Canto V. 

Boston: David Clapp & Son, Printers, 334 Washington Street 
1865. 8vo. pp. 40. [9133 

Notice of Hon. Ezekiel Whitman. N. E. Reg. 20: 381. (1866.) 

[9134 

The Life of Samuel Tucker, commodore in the Ajnerican Revolu- 
tion. By John H. Sheppard, A. M., librarian of the New England 
Historic-Genealogical Society. 

" HiB biography would make a conspicuous figure, even at this day, in the 
naval annals of the United States. ** 

Ex-Pbbsidbkt John Adams. 

Boston: Printed by Alfred Mudge and Son, 34 School Street. 

1868. 12mo. pp. 384. Portrait.) [9135 

Account of Chadwlck murder and trialKPP. 20, 215. 

Commodore Samuel Tucker. N. E. Reg. 26: 105. (1872.) (Port.) 

[9136 

SHEBMA17, WiLUAM TECT7M8EH, LL. D. 1820-91. United states general. 
5. Lancaster, O. 
Hon. James G. Blaine. No. Am. Rev. 147: 616. (1879.) [9137 

Shsbman's Guide Book to Bab Habbor. 1890. 

Shebwood, R. H. 

Missions in Maine from 1613 to 1854. Cath. World. 22: 666. (1876.) 

[9138 

Shbbbubne, Andbew. Clergyman, Kennebunk. 

Memoirs of Andrew Sherburne, a pensioner of the navy of the 
Revolution, written by himself. Utica, (N. Y.) 12mo. pp. 262. 

[9139 



426 BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 

Shebbuske, Andbbw, Continued. 

The same. Written by himself. Second edition, enlarged and im- 
proved. Providence: H. H. Brown, Market-Square. 1831. 12mo. 
pp. xii, 312. [9140 

Shbbbubne, Jacob. Castine. 

A Narrative of the principal incidents in the life and adventures of 
Capt. Jacob Sherburne, for many years master of vessels in the 
merchant service, and now keeper of the light-house, on Dice's 
Head, Castine, Maine. Written by himself. Castine: Printed at 
the Eastern American Press, by B. F. Bond. 1829. 16mo. pp. 96. 
(Port) [9141 

Shink, GBOBex Wolfe, D. D. 6. 1839. Clergyman, Newton, Mass. 

King*s Hand-Book of notable Episcopal churches in the United 

States. By the Kev. George Wolfe Shinn, D. D., rector of Grace 

church, Newton, Mass. One hundred illustrations. Boston, 

Mass. Moses King Corporation. 1889. 12mo. pp. 286. [9142 

St. 8aTioar*8 church at Bar Harhor. p. 176. (3 illns.) St. Ann's church at 
Kennebunk. p. 218. (1 lllas.) St. Luke's cathedral at Portland, p. 210. (1 moa.) 

Shipwbbcks and Disastbbs at Sba. 

Edinburgh, 1812. 3 vols. [914S 

Vol. U. pp. a-28. ** Loss of the Nottingham galley, 11th December, mo. 
By Captain John Dean. (On Boon Island, sev^en leagues eastward of Plseai- 
aqua River.) 

Shipwbbcks and Othbb Disastbbs at Sea. See Allen, William. 

Shiblet. Incorporated 1834. 

Historical Account of. 1880. See Loring, Amasa. 

Shiblxt, Abthub. 1864. Publisher, Portland. 

The Portland Directory, containing the names of the inhabitants, 
their occupations, places of business and dwelling houses, and 
the city register, with list of the streets, courts and wharves, the 
city officers, public officers, banks and societies, together with 
other useful information. Portland: Arthur Shirley, Printer. 
1834. 16mo. pp. 126. [9144 

The Portland Directory; containing the names of the inhabitants, 

their occupation, places of business, and dwelling houses, and 
the city register, with lists of the streets, courts and wharves, 
the city officers, the public officers, banks, etc. Portland: A. 
Shirley, Printer. 1837. 16mo. pp. 104. [9145 

Shibi^t, Edwabd, Sbn. 

Genealogy. 1864. See Shirley, (George H. 

Shiblkt, Geoboe H. 

Grenealogy of Edward Shirley, Senior. Prepared in 1864. Portland: 
Printed by Brown Thurston. 1864. 18mo. pp. 23. [9146 



filBLIOGRAFHY OF MAINE. 427 

Shiblet, William. Goyemur of Massachusetts, 1741-45. 
Letters of. 1744. See Herrick, N. J. 

Journal of his expedition to Maine in 1754-65. N. E. Reg. 27.: 281. 

(1878.) [9147 

^Memoir of. 1870. See Drake, S. G. 

Shoemaksbs, Illubtbious: Lives of. 1849. See Winks, W. E. 

Shobet, Henbt a. Publisher, Bridgton. 

Essay. " Rural Journalism, What I Enow About It/' 1888. See 
Maine Press Association. 

History of Maine Fifteenth. A brief narrative of the most impor- 
tant events in the history of the 15th Maine Regiment, together 
with a complete roster of the regiment, embracing the name of 
every officer and enlisted man serving at any time with it, at any 
time during its term of service, and illustrations, and brief 
biographical sketches of nearly all the commissioned officers 
of the Regiment. By Henry A. Shorey, secretary and historian 
15th Maine Regimental Association. Bridgton, Me.: Press of the 
Bridgton News. 1890. Crown 8vo. pp. 178. (26 pp. Adver.) [9148 

Shobt Histoby of a Long Tbavel fbom Babylon to Bethel (A). 
(1821.) See Crisp, Stephen. 

Shobt System of Pbactical Abithmetic (A), compiled from the best 
authorities; with demonstrations of the rules. To which is 
annexed a short plan of bookkeeping. The whole designed for 
the use of schools. Hallowell: Maine. Published by Ezekiel 
Groodale. Sold by him at the Hallowell-Bookstore, sign of the 
Bible, and by most of the Booksellers in the State. Dec, 1807. 
Nathaniel Cheever, Printer. 16mo. pp. 178. [9149 

Shobt Stobies. Sabbath-school book. Portland: Shirley A Hyde. 
1828. [9150 

Shubt, Abbaham. 1582-1662 (?) Pemaquid. 
Sketch of. 1871. See Johnston, John. 

Shubtleff, Family Recobds. 1876. See Richardson, James Page. 

Shubtleff, Iba a. 

Class Poem. 1864. See Bates College. 

Shubtleff, William. 1689-1747. Clergyman, Portsmouth, N. H. 
Distressing Dangers, and signal deliverances, religiously improved. 
A sermon preached at New-castle, in New Hampshire, January 1, 
1726-27, by William Shurtleff, M. A. In commemoration of the 
sufferings, preservation and deliverance of a company of marri- 
ners, many years since ship- wrecked upon Boon-Island rock. To 



428 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Shubtleff, Williah, Continued, 

which is added a narratiye of the same. Published by the com- 

mander of the said company, 

Psal. 66 : 16. Come and bear all ye that fear God, and I will declare wbMt 
he hath done for my sool. 

Boston, New England; Printed by B. Green, for Eleazer Rassel, 
at Portsmouth. 1727. sm. Svo. pp. 50. [9151 

^A Letter to those of his brethren in the ministiy who refused to 

admit the Rev. Mr. Whitefield into their pulpits. By William 
Shurtleff, M. A. And pastor of the Second church in Portsmouth 
in New-Hampshire. With an appendix containing the concur- 
rence of some other ministers. Boston: Printed and sold by 
Samuel Kneeland and Timothy Green in Queen-Street. 1745. 
12mo. pp. 23. [9152 

The ooncorrence is aig^ned by Jeremiah Wise, pastor of the church in Ber- 
wick, John' Rogers, pastor of the Second church in KJttery, and Samnel 
Chandler, pastor of the Second church In York. 

Shuts, Samuel. 1653-1742. Goyemor of Massachusetts, 1716-27. 
Letter from Gov. Shute to Rale, the Jesuit. (1718.) Mass. Hist. 
Soc. Coll. 5: 112. (1798.) [9153 

SiAs, Solomon. 1781-1853. Clergyman, Portland, 1819-21. 

Address, before Portland and Ancient Land-Mark Lodges of Ma- 
sons, on St. John the Evangelist^s day, 1819. [9154 

SiBLKY Families. Brewer, Eddington. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

(Sibley, James.) 

The Sibley s, according to records hunted up by John Langdon Sib- 
ley, of Cambridge, Mass., as recorded in his book, giving a his- 
tory of the town of Union, in Maine, n. p. n. d. (1854.) 12mo. 
pp. 20. [9155 

Sibley, John Lanodon. 1804-85. 6. Union. Clergyman, librarian 
Harvard College, 1856-77. 
A History of the town of Union, in the County of Lincoln, Maine, 
to the middle of the nineteenth century; with a family register 
of the settlers before the year 1800, and of their descendants. By 
John Langdon Sibley, member of the Massachusetts Historical 
Society. ^* E minimua maxima. ^^ Boston: Benjamin B. Mussey 
& Co. 1851. 12mo. pp. ix, (3), 540. (Port) [9156 

^Family Register of the inhabitants of the town of Union, previous 

to 1800. By John Langdon Sibley. Boston: 1851. 12mo. pp. 88. 

[9157 

^Fort Pownall and Brigadier Waldo. N. E. Reg. 13: 167. (1859.) 

[9158 



BIBLIOGBAPHT OF MAINE. 429 

-Biographical Sketch of Cyrus Eaton. Mass. Hist. Soc. Proc. 13 : 438. 
(1878-75.) [9169 

-Biographical Sketches of graduates of Harvard Uniyersity, in 
Camhridge, Massachusetts. By John Langdon Sibley, M. A., 
librarian of Harvard University, and member of the Massachu- 
setts and other Historical Societies. Volume I. 1642-58. With 
an appendix, containing an abstract of the steward^s accounts, 
and notices of non-graduates, from 1649-50 to 1659. (College 
seal.) Cambridge : Charles William Sever, University Bookstore. 
1873. 8vo. pp. XX, 618, 16, (6, list of subscribers.) [9160 

Sketch of Rev. Shubael Dammer, York, p. 471. 

-The same. Vol. II. 1659-77. 1881. 8vo. pp. viii, 557. Benjamin 
Blakeman, (1643?-98?) Minister, Scarboro, Saco; George Bur- 
rough. (1650-92.) Minister, Portland, 1676, 1683. [9161 

-The same. Volume III. 1678-89. Cambridge: Charles William 

Sever, University Bookstore. 1885. 8vo. pp. viii, 457. [9162 

Sketch of Rev. Fercival Green, Wells, p. 208; Samuel Moody, Portland, 
407; John Eveleth, Arundel (Kennebunkport), 424. 

-A Remarkable Self Made Man. Unit Rev. 3: 373. (1875.) [9163 



The same, reprinted from the Unitarian Review, April, 1875, with 

remarks by the editor. Cambridge: John Wilson and Son. Uni- 
versity Press. 1886. 8vo. pp. 20. [9164 
A memoir of Cyrus Eaton of Warren. 

SiDKBT. Incorporated 1792. 

Address, 4 July, 1823. See Dillingham, Pitt. 

" Sigma. " Paeud. 

Review of memoirs of Edward Payson, D. D. Spirit Pilgrims. 
4: 21. (1881.) [9165 

SiGouBNET, Mbs. Ltdia HuiTTLBY. 1791-1865. Author, Hartford, 
Conn. 

The Settlement of Maine by George Popham in August, 1607. Hist. 
Mag. 7 : 9. (1863.) [9166 

Poem. Also in Popham Memorial Volume. See Ballard, Edward. 

Sills, Chasles Mobton, D. D. 6. 1850. Clergyman, Portland. 

Historical Sketch of S. Luke's parish, Portland, Me. Delivered in 
S. Luke's cathedral on the occasion of the centennial celebration 
of Portland, July 4th, 1886. By C. Morton Sills, M. A., canon S. 
Luke's cathedral. Portland: B. Thurston <& Company, Printers. 
1886. 8vo. pp. 16. [9167 

Sm MO. Indian chief. 

Sketch of. 1845. See Drake, Samuel G. 

SmoNTOK, Putnam, M. D. 1812-1870. Physician, Searsport. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1870. See Pendleton, Lewis W. 



430 BIBLIOOBAPHY OF MAINE. 

SiMONTOH, Thaddsub Robkbts. 6. 1829. Lawyer, Camden. 

Tourist's Guide of picturesque Camden on the coast of Maine. 

** High mountains of Penobscot Bay, 
Against whose feet doth beat the sea.*' 

'* A land of hills. 
Rivers and fertile plains and sounding shores.*' 

Camden, Me.: Camden Herald Print 1886. 12mo. pp. 60. (14 
illus., 1 map.) [9168 

Simpson, Mbs. Cobblli C. W. Bangor. 

T6te k T^te Culinary Gleanings with Useful Hints for Health, Ac 
Copyrighted, 1890, by Mrs. A. L. Simpson. All rights reserved. 
Bangor: John H. Bacon, Printer. 1891. (1890.) 16mo. n. pp. 
(pp. 42.) [9169 

SnfPSON, WiLUAM Hbkby. 1826-82. Journalist, Belfast. 

An Address delivered before the Maine Editors and Publishers As- 
sociation, January, 1876. By William H. Simpson, editor of Bel- 
fast Republican Journal. Portland: 1876. 8vo. pp. 15. [9170 

^The same: entitled '^The Press, its Relations to Its Patrons and the 

Public." See Maine Ed. A Pub. Ass. 1876. 

^Biographical Sketch of. 1886. See Brackett, George E. 

SnrcLAiB, Edwabd, and family, Bluehill. 1890. See Candage, R G. F. 

Skkbls, John. 

The New England Grammar: being a concise system of the English 
language. Designed for the use of schools and private persona. 
By John Skeele. 1810. [9171 

Sketch of the Life and Awful Death of a Pibate (A), who was 
lately found in a forest near St Juan de Los Remedios (Island 
of Cuba.) Written by a sailor. 1824. [9172 

Sketches of Axumxi at the Diffebent Colleges in New Exe- 
LAHD. N. E. Reg. 1 : 278. (1847.) [9173 

Sketches of William D. Williamson, of Banfcor, and Nathan Weston of 
Augusta. 

Sketches of Domestic Life. By an Observer. 

"Lessons of wisdom and principles of action are hetter understood and 
more correctly appreciated, when drawn out in the scenes of actoal life, 
than they possibly can be, when simply and abstractedly delivered. And the 
sentiments which the delineation of character is calculated to illnstrate, are 
better remembered when associated with names, with places and with 
deeds; whilst they make a far deeper impression upon the heart, from the 
circnmstances that their nature and tendency are at once demonstrated, by 
the actual consequences to which they have led. '* 

Portland: Shirley, Hyde A Co. 1831. 12mo. pp. 339. [9174 

Sketches of the Past. No. 1. Father Moodey. Lowell Offering 
2:19. (1842.) [9175 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 431 



Shillings Family. Falmouth, Kittery. 
Notes on. 1885. See Lapham, W. B. 

^Account of. 1886. See Sargent, W. M. 

A Female Branch. 1885. See Lapham, W. B. 



SKILLINeS RlVBB. 

Account of settlements along. (1870.) See Foss, Thomas. 
Skinveb, Dakibl, and family. Brewer. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

Skinneb, Davis Nevenb, M. D. 1841-92. Physician, Auburn. 

The Care of the Eyes in Health and Disease. By D. N. Skinner, M. D. 
Boston: J. G. Cupples Publishing Company, Publishers. 1890. 
16mo. pp. 116. [9176 

Skikneb, Elisha, of Brewer. 1887. See Porter, J. W. 

Skinneb, Joseph O. 1817-79. Clergyman, Rockland, Watenrille. 

History of Waterville Lodge, No. 38, of Free and Accepted Masons, 
of Waterville, Me., from its foundation to 1874, by Rev. Joseph 
O. Skinner, A. M. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1874. 8yo. 
pp. 104. [9177 

Skowhegait. Incorporated 1828. 

Sermon, funeral of Bryce McLellan. 1836. See Hathaway, G. W. 

^History of. 1849. See Hanson, J. W. 

Lecture, defence Maine Law. 1854. See Hathaway, G. W. 

Skowhegan Library Association. Catalogue, and librarian's first 

annual report. Skowhegan, 1869. 12mo. pp. 52. [9178 

Sermon, missionary. 1872. See Smith, Joseph. 

Skowhegan, centennial celebration. September, 1875. (Broadside.) 

[9179 



-History Somerset Lodge. 1875. See Estes, W. R. G. 
-Discourse, farewell. 1877. See Hathaway, G. W. 
-Address on Rev. W. H. Shailer. 1881. See Potter, Albert E. 
-Directory. 1888. See Putnam, Tower & Co. 
-Shoe Business In. 1889. See Gilman, Nicholas P. 



Leading Business Men in, with historical sketch. 1889. See Lead- 
ing Business Men. 

History Somerset Lodge. 1889. See Anderson, Thomas H. 

Slade, William. 1786-1859. Lawyer and governor, Middlebury, Vt 
Speech of Mr. Slade of Vermont, on the resolution relative to the 
collector of Wiscasset. Delivered in the House of Representa- 
tives, May, 18.32. Washington: Printed at the office of Jonathan 
Elliot, Penn. Avenue, 1882. 8vo. pp. 48. Appendix, 49-62. [9180 



432 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Slafteb, Edmund Fabwell, D. D. 6. 1816. Cletgyman, Boston. 
The DiscoYery of America by the Northmen in the Early Fart of 
the Eleventh Century. A paper read before the Bostonian Socie- 
ty, Dec. 10, 1889. Bang. H. M. 5: 78. (1889.) (From the Boston 
Journal.) [9181 

Knox Manuscripts: being the substance of a report made at 

the annual meeting of the New England Historic Genealogical 
Society, January 5, 1881, on the arrangement and binding of the 
manuscripts presented to the society by the late Rear Admiral 
Henry K. Thatcher, with practical observations on the proper 
disposition of old manuscript letters and other documents. By 
the Rev. Edmund F. Slafter, A. M., corresponding eecretary of 
the society, etc., etc. Boston: The Society's House, 18 Somerset 
Street. MDCCCLXXXI. 8vo. pp. 12. 

The same. See New Eng. Hist. Gen. Soc. [9182 

Chairs of New England Governors. Being a report made at the 

annual meeting of the New England Historic Genealogical Socie- 
ty, January 7, 1885, on the acquisition of memorial chairs, which 
had belonged to distinguished governors of the several New 
England States, to occupy the dais of the public hall of the so- 
ciety. By the Rev. Edmund F. Slafter, A. M., corresponding sec- 
retary of the society, etc. Boston: The Society's House, 18 Som- 
erset Street. M. DCCC. LXXXV. 8vo. pp. 8. [9183 
Cbalr of Governor Israel Washbam, Jr.. pp. 5. 

Slave Tbade : abolition of the African. 18S0. See Clarkson, Thomas. 

Slavebt. 

In Maine. (1876.) See Williamson, Joseph. 

^In Massachusetts. (1866.) See Davis, George T. 

Sleepkb, Samuel. Divine hymns. 1803. See Smith, Joshua. 

Slemokb, Thomas. 

Oration. Pronounced at Mr. Thaddeus Broad's, July 4th, 1810, be- 
fore the Republicans of Falmouth, (Me.) Portland: 1810. 8vo. 
pp. 16. [9184 

Sliceb, Heitbt, D. D. 1801-74. Clergyman, Baltimore, Md. 

'*That Which is Morally Wrong, Can Never be Politically Right** 
A discourse, in which is considered the history, character, causes 
and consequences of duels, with the means of prevention. Pre- 
pared to be delivered in the capitol, by Henry Slicer, chaplain to 
the Senate of the United States, during the last two sessions. 
Washington City: 1838. 8vo. pp. 16. [9185 

Slippeby Paths. See Rich, Caroline W. D. 



BIBLIOGBAFHY OF MAINE. 433 

Small, Abneb R. Oakland. 

History of Messalonskee Lodge, West Waterville, from its organi- 
zation to the year 1870, by Bro. Abner R. Small as historian. A. 
R. Small, P. M., Wm. Macartney, J. Wesley Oilman, committee. 
Stephen Berry, Printer, Portland, Me. 1871. 8vo. pp. 48. [9186 

The Sixteenth Maine Regiment in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-65. 

By Major A. R. Small, with an introduction written by Oen. 
James A. Hall. Fredericksburgh, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, 
Mine Run, Wilderness, Spottsylvania, North Anna, Tolopotomy, 
Bethesada Church, Petersburgh, Weldon R. R., Hatcher* s Run, 
Gravelly Run, Five Forks, Appomattox. Published for the Regi- 
mental Association by B. Thurston & Company, Portland, Maine. 
1886. 12mo. pp. 823. (lUus.) [9187 

Small, Albion Kbith Pabbis, D. D. b. 1824. Clergyman, Bangor, 
Biddeford. 

Address. 1861. See Penobscot Musical Association. 

Historical Discourse. First Baptist church, Bangor, Me. Semi- 
centennial anniversary, January 25, 1868. '* Hitherto hath the 
Lord helped us." Bangor: Wheeler A Lynde, Printers. 1868. 
12mo. pp. 84. [9188 

Memorial Sermon at the centennial anniversary of the East Bruns- 
wick Baptist church in connection with the seventy-flfth anni- 
versary of the Cumberland Association, Sept. 8, 1885. Portland : 
Printed by B. Thurston A Co. 1885. 8vo. pp. 14. [9189 
Devoted largely to tbe history of the Baptist Church in Bfaine. 

Small, Albion Woodbuby, Ph. D. Professor and president Colby 
University, 1881-92. 
Colby University. N. E. Mag. 6: 309. (1888.) [9190 

Syllabus. Introduction to the history of European civilization. By 

Albion W. Small, Ph. D., president of Colby University. Water- 
ville, Me.: Printed for the University. 1889. 8vo. pp. 100. [9191 

Address at laying comer stone of Shannon observatory. 1889. See 

Colby University. 

^The Dynamics of Social Progress. An address by Albion W. Small, 

Ph. D., president of Colby University. (Reprinted from the pro- 
ceedings of the sixtieth annual meeting of the American Insti- 
tute of Instruction.) Concord, N. H. : Printed by the Republican 
Press Association. 1889. 12mo. pp. 16. [9192 

^Introduction to the Science of Sociology. Printed for the use of 

the senior class of Colby University, Waterville, Me.: Mail 
Office. 1890. 8vo. pp. 149. [9193 

Portrait of. 1890. See Colby University. 

29» 



434 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Small, Albion Woodbuby, Ph. D., Continued. 

The Beginnings of American Nationality: the constitutional re- 
lations between the Continental Congress and the colonies and 
states from 1774 to 89. (Johns Hopkins University Studies in His- 
torical and Political Science, Eighth series, I-II.) Baltimore, Pub- 
lication Agency of the Johns Hopkins University, January and 
February, 1890. 8vo. pp. 77. [9194 

Small, Ebbnbzbb. Waterville. 

A Lecture, on the subject of venesection, or blood-letting; delivered 
before the convention of the Maine Thomsonian Medical Society, 
at Waterville, June 20, 1841, by Dr. Ebenezer Small, F. M. T. M. 
S. Please read and circulate, (n. p.) Watervillonian Office, No. 
3 Boutelle Block, Main-Street (n. d.) 8vo. pp. 15. [9195 

Small, Edwin Sumnbb. b. 1848. Clergyman, Livermore. r. Melrose, 
Mass. 
Educational Address. 1884. See York Institute. 

A Centennial Review of the Bowdoinham Association of Baptist 

churches in Maine, delivered at the one hundreth anniversary 
meeting, at Bowdoinham, Sept. 13, 1887. By Edwin S. Small, pas- 
tor of the Baptist church at Livermore Falls, Maine. 

" First the blade, then the ear, after that the full com in the ear." 

Mark 4: 28. 

Portland: Press of B. Thurston & Co. 1887. 12mo. pp. 54. [919d 

Small, Hobatio Nelson, M. D. 1840-86. Physician, Portland. 

How the Obstetrical Forceps Should be Used. By H. N. Small, M. 
D., instructor of obstetrics, Portland School for Medical Instruc- 
tion, physician to the Maine General Hospital, etc., etc. Read 
before the Cumberland County Medical Society, October, 1882. 
Portland, Me.: Ford & Rich, Printers and Publishers. 18S2. 8vo. 
pp. 16. [9197 

—^Extra-Uterine Pregnancy. A paper read before the Maine Medical 
Association, June 12, 1883. By H. N. Small, M. D., of Portland. 
Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1883. 8vo. pp. 13. [9198 

Biographical Sketch of. 1887. 5ee Gerrish, Frederic H. 

Small, Jonathan, M. D. Greenwood. 

An Inquiry Into the Nature and Character of Ancient and Modem 

Slavery. To which is added a brief review of a book entitled 

Testimony of God Against Slavery, by Rev. La Roy Sunderland. 

" For I am a man under authority, havinic soldiers under me : and I say to 
this man, go, and he ^oeth; and to another, come, and he cometh; and (to 
domU mote) to my servant, (slave) l>o this, and he doeth it. When Jesus 
heard this, he marvelled, and said to them that followed, Verily, I gay unto 
yon, I have not found so great faith, no, not in Israel.*' 

Matt. 8: 9, 10. 

By J. Small, M. D. 1836. n. p. 12mo. pp. 122. [9199 



BIBLIOORAPHT OF MAINE. 435 

Small, Lattbiqton Wabd. 

The Old Baptist Church in Cornish, Maine. By Lauriston Ward 
Small. Kezar Falls, Maine, R. Fult: Wormwood, Publisher, 1887. 
32mo. pp. 65. [0200 

Shabt, Db. Bubleioh. Kennebunk. 

An Address delivered before the Kennebunk Temperance Society, 
December 25, 1829. [9201 

Smabt, Ephbaim Knight. 1818-72. Lawyer, Camden. 

Free Territory. Speech of Mr. E. K. Smart, of Maine, on the Ore- 
gon Territorial bill, delivered in the House of Representatives, 
Tuesday, March 28, 1848. Washington: Printed at the Congress- 
ional Globe Office. 1848. 8vo. pp. 8. [9202 

Smith, Abthub. Clergyman, Freeport. 

A Sermon in memory of Rev. Henry G. Storer, preached in the 
Congregational church, Scarborough, September 80, 1888, by 
Arthur Smith, acting pastor of the church. Portland: Owen, 
Strout A Co. Printers. 1888. 8vo. pp. 14. [920a 

Smith, Augustus C. 

Bangor City Directory and State Register. 1851. By Augustus C. 
Smith. Bangor: Published by David Bugbee. Entered according 
to Act of Congress in the year 1851, by Augustus C. Smith, in the 
clerk^s office of the District Court of the District of Maine. Print- 
ed at the Mercury Office. 12mo. pp. viil, 88, 36. [9204 
Smith, Chables Cabd. 

Acadia. 1890. See Winsor, Justin. 

Smith, Chables Denkison, M. D. b. 1855. Physician, Portland. 
Amphioxus Lanceolatus. 1881. See Port Soc. Nat. Hist. Proc. 

Biographical Sketch of Atwood Crosby, M. D., of Waterville. Me. 

Med. Ass. Trans. 8: 155. (1883.) [9205 

Smith, Daniel, Jb. Sermon on. 1807. ^ee Winsor, John. 

Smith, Daniel D. Clergyman, Portland, 1842-47. 

Editor. The Child's Universalist's Own Book, consisting of origi- 
nal tales, hymns and illustrations, elucidating the nature and 
tendency of Universalism, and particularly designed to guide the 
infant mind to the knowledge and practise of virtue. Edited by 
Daniel D. Smith. Portland: S. H. Colesworthy. 1886. sq. 16mo. 
pp. 46. [9206 

Lectures on Domestic Duties. By Daniel D. Smith, pastor of the 

First Universalist Society in Portland, Me. Portland: S. H. Coles- 
worthy. 1887. 16mo. pp. 160. [9207 

Smith, Daniel T. 

See Talcott, Daniel Smith. 



436 BIBLIOORAPHY OF MAINE. 

Smith, Edwin Bbadbuby. 5. 1832, Kennebunki>ort. Lawyer, New 
York City. 

Reports of cases in law and equity, determined by the Supreme 
Judicial Court of Maine. By Edwin B. Smith, Reporter to the 
State. 

^Maine Reports. Volume LXI. Portland: Loring, Short A Har- 
mon. 1874. 8to. pp. 661. [9208 

^— Maine Reports. Volume LXII. Portland, Me. : Dresser, McLellan 
& Co. 1875. 8vo. pp. 672. [9209 

Maine Reports. Volume LXIII. Portland: Dresser, McLellan A 

Co. 1875. 8vo. pp. 655. [9210 

Maine Reports. Volume LXIV. Portland: Dresser, McLellan A 

Co. 1870. 8yo. pp. 653. [9211 

—-Memoir of Edward Emerson Bourne, LL. D. By Edwin B. Smith, 
Esq., of Saco, Me. N. E. Reg. 28: 1. (1874.) (Port) [9212 

Memoir of Hon. Edward Emerson Bourne, LL. D. 1797-1873. Re- 
printed, with additions, from the New England Historical and 
Genealogical Register for January, 1874. Me. Hist. Soc. ColL 
8:386. (1881.) (Port.) [9213 

^The same. Printed for private distribution. MDCCCLXXIV. 

8vo. pp. 20. (Port.) [9214 

Smith, Eli as. 1769-1846. Clergyman, Portland, Lynn, Mass. 

A Discourse of the Resurrection. Containing an account of the 
Resurrection of Christ, the First Fruits, — The Resurrection of 
the Just, which will be one thousand years before that of the un- 
just The Resurrection of the Unjust, after the thousand years 
are finished, and the manner in which the dead will be raised. 
By Eli as Smith, Windsor, Vermont. Printed by Alden Spooner. 
Sold by him; by Richard Ransom, Jr., Woodstock; Elder William 
Dana, Lebanon; Daniel Conant, No. 9 Backstreet, Boston; Ben- 
jamin Carter, Wiscasset; and by the author, and booksellers in 
Portsmouth. 1806. 12mo. pp. 19. [9215 

A Golden Sermon: upon the candlestick of gold, with the bowl, 

pipes and lamps, and two olive trees. Delivered at the Methodist 

meeting house, in Portland, December 26, 1809. By Ellas Smith. 

" I have also spoken by the prophets, and I have multiplied visions, and 
used similltttdes, by the ministry of the prophets.'* 

Rosea 12:10. 

Portland: (Me.) Printed and sold by the author, at his Bookstore 
and Printing Office, head of Fish Street By Charles Tappan, 
Portsmouth, N. H.; Thomas Mickel, Boston; Amos Bradley, Free- 
town; Obed Eempton, New Bedford; Joseph H. Page, Hallowell; 
Richard Ransom, Jr., Woodstock, (Vt) 1810. [9216 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 437 



^A Discourse on government and religion : delivered at Gray, (Me.) 

July Fourth, 1810: at the celebration of American Independ- 
ence. By Elias Smith. 

** I bave thiB day set thee over the nations, and over the kingdomSf to 
root outy and pull down, and to destroy, and to throw down, to buUd and to 
plant. " 

Published by request. Portland. Printed: at the Herald Office 

and Bookstore. 1810. 16mo. pp. 54. [9217 

Three Sermons on Election: containing a description, 1. Of the 

election of Christ. 2. The election of angels. 3. The election 

of the patriarchs. 4. The election of the Jewish nation. 5. The 

election of the prophets. 6. The election of the apostles. 7. The 

election of saints. By Elias Smith. 

"I have written to him the great things of my law, hat they were counted 

as a strange thing. '* 

Hosea 8 : 12. 

Second edition. Portland: Published and sold at the Herald 

Printing Office and Bookstore, Columbian Row. John P. Colcord, 

Printer. 1811. 24mo. pp. 117. [9218 

The History of Anti-Christ: In three books. Written in Scripture 

style, in chapters and verses. For the use of schools. By Elias 
Smith, Portland. 1811. 24mo. [9219 

With Jones, Abner. Hymns. Original and selected, for the use of 

Christians. By Elias Smith and Abner Jones. 

And they sang a song saying, thou art worthy to take the hook and to open 
the seals thereon : for thou wast slain and hast redeemed us to Ood by thy 
blood out of every kindred and tongue, and people and nation: and hast 
made us unto our God, kings and priests : and we shall reign on the earth. 

Rev. 6:9-10. 

Fourth edition, corrected. Portland, Maine. Printed and sold 
at the Herald Office, and Bookstore. By Charles Tappan, Ports- 
mouth; Abner Jones, Salem; Nathan Foster, Boston; Charles 
Norris & Co., Exeter; Kichard Ransom, Jr., Woodstock, Yt.; Jo- 
seph H. Page, Hallowell; John Burgin, Eastport, and by the 
Booksellers in different parts of the United States. 1810. 12mo. 
pp. 329. [9220 

A Collection of Hymns for the use of Christians. By Elias Smith. 

Fourth edition. Portland: Published and sold at the Herald 
Printing-office and Bookstore, Columbian Row. John P. Col- 
cord, Printer. 1811. 18mo. pp. 36. [9221 

Smith, Elizabeth L. (Mrs. Henry B. Smith.) New York. 

Family records for six generations. 1685-1808. Descendants of 
Thomas Bourdoux. n. t. p. n. d. (Portland, 1883.) 4to. pp. 93. 

[9222 
Smith, Mbs. Elizabeth Oakes (Prince.) 1806-93. r. Maine until 
1837 (?). 
The Blush. 1836. See Stephens, Ann S. 



438 BmUOOBAPHY OF MAINE. 

Smith, Mbs. Elizabeth Oakes (Pbdtcb), Continued. 

^Margaret Haines. Godey, 16: 118. (1838.) [9223 

The Three Gifts. A legend of Mt Desert. Interna. Monthly Mag. 

1 : 546. (1850.) [9224 

^The Sinless Child, and other poems, by Elizabeth Oakes Smith. 

Edited by John Keese. Wiley and Putnam, New York. W. D. 
Ticknor, Boston. MDCCCXLIII. 16mo. pp. 117, (1). [9225 

Sketch of the author, by John Neal. 

^Kinneho: a legend of Moosehead Lake. Godey. 42: 175. (1851.) 

[9226 

^The Old Meeting House. O. T. 1 : 6. (1876.) [9227 

Maine: an historic sketch. Potter's Am. Mo. 13: 198. (1879.) [9228 

Smith, Fbaxcis Obmond Jonathak. 1806-76. Lawyer, Portland. 
A Dissertation on the nature and effects of lottery systems, and 
principles of public policy relating to them: dedicated to the 
governor and Legislature of Maine. By Civis. *^ Quando aU- 
quid prohibetur, etomne per quod devenitur ad iUud,^^ Portland: 
Arthur Shirley, Printer. 1827. 8vo. pp. 36. [9229 

^Decisions in the Circuit Courts Martial, of questions arising on the 

trials had in said courts. Compiled from original papers in the 
office of the adjutant general in conformity to a resolve of the 
Legislature of Maine, passed March 31, 1831. To which is added 
an appendix of practical forms of proceedings in circuit courts 
martial. By Francis O. J. Smith, counsellor at law. Portland: 
Printed by Todd & Holden. 1831. 8vo. pp. (2), 13. [9230 

Laws of the State of Maine. Volumes I and II; with the constitu- 
tion of the United States and of said State, prefixed. Also, notes 
and references, delineating the additions and modifications there- 
of, which have been enacted by the State from 1821 to 1834. To 
which is appended, in notes and comments, a full synopsis of the 
decisions relating thereto, contained in the 17 volumes of Massa- 
chusetts reports; 11 volumes of Pickering^s reports, and 7 vol- 
umes of Greenleaf s reports. By Francis O. J. Smith, counsellor 
at law, Portland: Printed by Todd & Holden. 1834. Vol. I. 
Vol. II., pp. 1048. [9281 

A Letter relating to the administration and present condition of 

the post office department of the United States, under the Hon. 
William T. Barry, postmaster general. By Francis O. J. Smitii, 
member of Congress from Cumberland District, in Maine. Writ- 
ten in answer to inquiries of a constituent, and published by per- 
mission of the author. Poi-tland, Me. I. Berry & Co., Printers. 
1835. 8vo. pp. 23. [9282 

The constituent was Hon. N. G. Jewett. 



BIBLIOOBAPHT OF MAINE. 439 

-Letters from Mr. Smith, member of Confess from Maine, in vin- 
dication of his vote against Sub-Treasury Bill. n. p. 1887. 8yo. 
pp. 16. [9283 

-A Letter on the proposed policy and measures of the national ad- 
ministration, relative to currency and commerce: addressed to the 
electors of Cumberland Congressional District in Maine. By F. 
O. J. Smith, a member of Congress from Maine. Bangor: Printed 
at the Republican Office. 1838. 8yo. pp. 29. [9234 

-Letters to, and political life of. 1889. See Greene, H. W. 

'Editor, Laws of the United States of Ajnerica, from the 4th of 
March, 1889, to the8rd of March, 1845, including all the treaties 
negotiated and ratified within that period, and several other val- 
uable documents which have resulted from or are counected with 
the Acts of Congress and Treaties. Together with copious notes 
and references. Vol. X. Corresponding with and intended as a 
continuation of the edition of Bioren & Co., as published by au- 
thority of Congress. Edited by Francis O. J. Smith, Counsellor 
at Law. 1845. [9285 

-The Secret Corresponding Vocabulary: adapted for use to Morse's 
Electro-Magnetic Telegraph: and also, in conducting written 
correspondence, transmitted by the mails, or otherwise. By 
Francis O. J. Smith, Esq. Portland: Thurston, Ilsley & Co., 
Printers. 1845. 8vo. pp. (Unnumbered.) 247. [9286 

-The Faith of Government in Matters of Contracts and Other Obli- 
gations. Hunt. 13: 19. (1845.) [9237 

-The Post Office Department considered with Reference to its Con- 
dition, policy, prospects and remedies. Hunt. 11:522. 12: 140. 
(1845.) [9238 

-Legislative Policy of Maine: with reference to the subject of cor- 
porations. Hunt. 16:256. (1847.) [9239 

-Progress. Hunt. 18: 256. (1848.) [9240 

-The Electric Telegraph. American Almanac. 1848. pp. 187. [9241 

-Currency of New England, and the Suffolk Bank system. Hunt. 
24: 316, 437. (1851.) [9242 

-The Sphere and Influence of Woman, over the well-being of so- 
ciety. Printed for private distribution. Boston: Bazin & Chand- 
ler. 1853. 8vo. pp. 24. [9243 

Delivered before the ladles of the Buckfleld Sewing Circle on the 7th of 
Augnst, 1861. 

-Argument on removal of Judge Davis. 1856. See Choate, Rufus. 

-Railroad Management in the United States. Hunt. 34: 682. (1856.) 

[9244 
-On the acquisition of Cuba. Hunt. 40: 403. (1859.) [9245 



440 BIBLIOORAPHY OF MAINE. 

Smith, Fbaiicis Obmonb Jonathait, Continued, 
Aignment before Saperior Court, Boston. 1866. See Common- 
wealth v. Smith. 



-Commonwealth of MasBachusetts yb. Francis O. J. Smith, on an in- 
dictment procured by the conspiracy and perjuries of D. H. 
Craig and his witnesses, male and female. Portland: Monitor 
Printing Company. 1867. 8yo. pp. 72. [9246 

-A Letter addressed to the committee of the city government of 
Portland, on supplying the citizens with pure water, by Francis 
O. J. Smith. Portland: Monitor Printing Company, October, 
1867. 12mo. pp. 12. [9247 

-A Second Letter, addressed to the chairman of the second commit- 
mittee of the city government of Portland, on supplying the 
citizens with pure water, for domestic, municipal and manufac- 
turing purposes. By F. O. J. Smith, 1867. 8vo. pp. 8. [9248 

-The Last Will and Testament of Francis O. J. Smith. Written by 
his own hand. Feb. 8th, 1876. n. t p. 8yo. pp. 31. [9249 

-Notice of. 1877. See Elwell, E. H. 

-Sketch of. 1879. See Reid, James D. 



Smith, Fbank K. Publisher, Bangor. 

Paper relating to history of Press in Penobscot County, with obit- 
uaries of Samuel S. Smith and John H. Lynde of Bangor. 1876. 
See Maine Press Association. 

Papers relating to the history of the Press in Piscataquis County, 

(with notice of George Y. Edes of Dover.) 1876. See Maine 
Press Association. 

Smith, Gamaliel E. Newfield. 

Journal of the proceedings of the convention of delegates assembled 
at Brunswick, on the last Monday of September, 1816, on the sub- 
ject of the separation of Maine from Massachusetts. With the 
principal speeches and debates, on the different questions before 
said convention. By Gamaliel E. Smith, member of said conven- 
tion from the town of Newfield. To which is affixed the decision 
of the legislature of Massachusetts thereon. Kennebunk: James 
K. Kemick. 1817. Small 8vo. pp. 80. [9250 

^Report of the trial of Jacob Cochrane on sundry charges of adult- 
ery and lewd and lascivious conduct. Before the Supreme Jadi- 
cial court, begun and holden at York, within and for the County 
of York, in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, on the third 
Tuesday of May, 1819. By Gamaliel E. Smith, Esq. Kennebunk: 
Printed by James K. Remick. 1819. 8vo. title page. pp. 5-40. 

[9251 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 441 

Smith, Geobge W. Mattawamkean;. 

History of Pine Tree Lodge, No. 172, Free and Accepted Masons, 
Mattawamkeag, Penobscot County, Maine, from the date of its 
institution in 1873 to Jan. 1, 1802. 8tark Webster, George W. 
Smith, Wm. T. Mincher, committee on lodge history. George W. 
Smith, historian. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1892. 12mo. 
pp. 81. [0262 

Smith, Gibson. 

A Vindication of Jesus and his Gospel, being a candid and critical 
examination of his life, doctrines and miracles, as related in the 
New Testament. By Gibson Smith. Part first — Number one. 
The New Testament contains nothing that was new when written, 
excepting the pure and beautiful life of Jesus. Lewiston, Maine: 
Published by D. H. Hamilton. 1860. 16mo. pp. 64. [9253 

Brief Sketch of. 1890. See Green, Samuel A. 

Smith, Helen Ainslie. 

Stories of persons and places in America. George Routledge and 
Sons, New York. n. d. (Copyright, 1888.) 8vo. pp. 370. [9264 
From Mt. Desert to Nantucket. 

Smith, Henbt Boynton, D. D., LL. D. 1815-77. 6. Portland, r. 
Maine until 1841. 

Reyiew of outline of philosophy. Maine Monthly Mag. 1:83. 

(1836.) [9255 

^Moral Reform Societies. Lit. and Theol. Rev. 3: 620. (1836.) [9256 

^Review of Upham's Mental Philosophy. Lit. and Theol. Rev. 4:621. 

(1837.) [9257 

Memorial Notice of. 1877. See Hitchcock, R. D. 

Smith, Howabd D. Norway. 

Ancestry of. 1888. See American Ancestry. 

Smith, Hugh M. 

The Giant Scallop Fishery of Maine. (In the U. S. Fish Commission 
Bulletin, Vol. IX, 1889. pp. 313-335). Map and 4 pi. Washington: 
1891, 4to. [9258 

Smith, Ibem W. Clergymen, Brookville, 1856-58. 

The Sins of the Nation. A sermon preached on Thanksgiving Day, 
Nov. 19th, 1857, at West Brooksville, Me. By Rev. Irem W. 
Smith. Ellsworth : Printed by N. K. Sawyer. 1857. 8vo. pp. 15. 

[9259 
Smith, John Lawbence. 1818-83. Chemist, Louisville, Ky. 

Mineralogical and Chemical Composition of the Meteoric Stone 
that fell at Searsmont, Me., May 21, 1871. Am. Jour. Sci. 102: 133. 
(1871.) [9260 



442 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Smith, Captaik John. 1570-1631. English voyager and discoverer. 
A Description of New England; or the observations and dls- 
coueries of (Japtain John Smith, (Admirall of that Country) in 
the North of America, in the year of our Lord, 1614; with the 
Successe of sixe Ships that went the next yeare, 1615; and the 
accidents befell him among the French men of warre: With the 
proof e of the present benefit this Country affoords; whither, this 
present yeare, eight voluntary ships are gone to make further 
tryal. At London: Printed by Humfrey Lownes, for Robert 
Clerke. 1616. 4to. pp. (18), 61, (2). [9261 

The same. Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 3d. ser. 6: 05. (1837.) [0262 

The same. With a fac-simile of the original map. Boston: William 

Veazle. MDCCCLXV. 8vo. pp. 80. [0263 

The same. In Peter Force's Tracts, &c., relating to Colonies. 2: 

[0264 

The English Scholar's Library. Capt. John Smith of Willoughby 

by Alford, Lincolnshire; president of Virginia and admiral of 
New England. Works. 1608^1. What shall I say? but thus we 
lost him (4 Oct., 1609) that, in all his proceedings, made justice 
his first guide, and experience his second ; even hating baseness, 
sloth, pride, and indignity, more than any dangers; that never 
allowed more for himself than his souldiers with him; that upon 
no danger, would send them where he would not lead them him- 
self; that would never see us want what he either had, or could 
by any means get us; that would rather want than borrow, or 
starve than not pay; that loved actions more than words, and 
hated falsehood and cozenge worse than death; whose adventures 
were our lives, and whose loss, our death. Richard Pots, Clerk 
of the council at JamesTown, Virginia. W. Phettiplace, (ventle- 
man. (p. 167.) To Christ and my country a true souldier, and 
faithfuU servant. (Dec, 1626.) John Smith, (p. 788.) Edited by 
Edward Arber, fellow of King's College, London; F. S. A., pro- 
fessor of English language and literature, Sir Josiah Mason^s 
College, Birmingham. Birmingham: 1884. No. 16. 12mo. pp. 
CXXXVI, 084. (Folded maps and pUites.) [0265 

Tbi8 edition of Capt Smith's works is undoabtedly the most complete ever 
Issued. The edition includes everything known to have been written by 
the author, and f umlahes a wealth of valuable information in the UitrodQe> 
tion and notes. 

The Generall Historic of Virginia, New England, and the Summer 

Isles: With the names of the Adventurers, Planters and Gover- 
nours from their beginning An^: 1584 to this present 1626. With 
the Proceedings of those severall Colonies and the Accidents that 
befell them in all their Journeys and Discoveries; also, the Maps 
and Descriptions of all those Countryes, their Commodities, peo- 



BIBLIOGRAPHT OF MAINE. 443 

pie, Goyernment, CuBtomes, and Religion yet known. Divided 

into Six Bookes. By Captaine John Smith, sometymes Govemour 

in those Country es & Admirall of New England. London: 

Printed by I. D. & I. H. for Michael Sparkee. 1626. F®. pp. (10), 

248. [9266 

There are copies with dates 1627 and 1632, bat they are probably the same 
as those of 1626. 

At the sale of the Beckford Library In 1883, a copy brought $3029. 

Advertisements for the unexperienced Planters of New England, or 

anywhere. Or, the Pathway to experience to erect a Plantation. 
With the Yearly Proceedings of this Country in Fishing and 
Planting, since the Teare 1614. to the yeare 1630. and their pres- 
ent estate, also how to prevent the greatest inconveniences, by 
their proceedings in Virginia, and other Plantations, by approved 
examples. With the Countries Armes, a description of the 
Coast, Harbours, Habitations, Landmarks, Latitude and Longi- 
tude: with the map, allowed by our Royall King Charles. By 
Captaine lohn Smith, sometimes Governour of Virginia, and Ad- 
mirall of New England. London: Printed by lohn Haviland, 
and are to be sold by Robert Milbovme, at the Grey-hound in 
Paul's Church-yard. 1631. [9267 

On the back of the title-leaf Is a coat of arms with the following motto, 
" Qena, Incognita. Mihi, Serviet. " 

^The same. Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 8d ser. 3: 1-53. (1833.) (Fold- 
ing map.) [9268 

The same. Republished in fac-simile. Boston: William Veazie. 

MDCCCLXV. 4to. pp. viii, 72. [9269 

Smith, John, D. D. 1766-1831. Professor Bangor Theological Semi- 
nary, 1819-31. 
Sermon at installation of Rev. Amasa Smith, in North Yarmouth. 
Portland:From the Gazette Press. 1806. 8vo. pp. 34. [9270 

A Sermon delivered August 25, 1822, to the senior class in Bangor 

Theological Seminary. By John Smith, professor theology. 
Hallowell: Printed by Goodale, Glazier & Co. 1823. 8vo. pp. 18. 
(Appendix, 19-23.) [9271 

^A Sermon delivered September 14, 1825, at the ordination of the 

Rev. Samuel H. Peckham, as pastor of the church in Gray, 
Maine. By John Smith, A. M., professor of theology in the sem- 
inary, Bangor. Published by request. Portland: Shirley & Ed- 
wards, Printers. 1826. 8vo. pp. 24. [9272 

The same was delivered at the ordination of Mr. Isaac E. Wilkins at Oar- 
land, Oct. 12, 1825, and at the ordination of Mr. Henry White at Brooks, Nov. 
19, 1825. 

A Sermon delivered September 25, 1827, at the ordination 

of the Rev. Nathaniel Wales, as pastor of the First church 



444 BmUOORAPHY OF IfAINE. 

Smith, John, D. D., Continued, 

in Belfast. By John Smith, professor in the seminary, Ban- 
gor. With cliarge by Rev. Benjamin Tappan, of Angnsta, 
right hand of fellowship by Rev. Stephen Tharston, and address 
to the people by Rev. S. L. Pomeroy, of Bangor. Printed by 
Ephraim Fellowes, Belfast 1828. 8yo. pp. 20. [0273 

Labor of Christians for the Cause of Christ Not in Vain. 1 Cor. 

15 : 58. A sermon delivered in Winthrop, Jtme 25, 1830, before 
the Maine Missionary Society, at their twenty-third anniversary. 
By John Smith, D. D., professor of Christian theology in the 
Theological Seminary, Bangor. Portland: Published by Shirley, 
Hyde & Co. 1830. 8vo. pp. 20. [9274 

Funeral Discourse on. 1831. See Pomeroy, S. L. 

Commemorative Notice of. 1857. See Sprague, William B. 



Smith, John. 

John Smith's Letters, with plcters to match, containing reasons why 

John Smith should not change his name. Miss Debby Smith's ju- 

venile spirit, together with the only authentic history extant of 

the late war in our disputed territory. New York, 1839. [9275 

NameroQs bnmorons enfi^raved plates. 

Smith, Joseph. 1790-1877. Rear Admiral U. S. N. (Formerly of 
Maine.) 
Sermon, commemorative of his life and character. 1877. See 
Brooks, William H. 

Smith, Joseph. 1810-89. Clergyman, Minot, Kenduskeag. 

Sermon before Maine Missionary Society. 1872. See Congregation- 
al Conference. 

Smith, Joseph Couch. 1819-57. Clergyman, Frankfort 
Brief Sketch of. 1890. See Green, Samuel A. 

Smith, Joseph Embbson. 1835-81. b. Wiscasset. Lawyer, Chicago, HL 

Oakridge : an old-time story. Boston : James R. Osgood A Company. 

1875. 12mo. pp. 415. [9276 

The Bcene ia laid at Wiscasset. 

Smith, Joseph Otis. 6. 1839. Journalist, Skowhegan. 

Papers relating to history of Press of Somerset County, 1886, 1887, 
1888, 1889. See Maine Press Association. 

^Essay. '*The Practical and Ethical in Journalism." 1890. See 

same. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 445 

Smith, Joseph W. Andover, Mass. 

Winter Talk on Summer Pastime. A landsman's log. Methuen, 
Mass.: Chas. £. Trow & Co., Printers. 1883. Svo. pp. (2), 63. 
(Port, and 5 illus.) [9277 

Chiefly about Blddeford Pool. 

^—Gleanings from the Sea: showing the pleasures, pains and penalties 
of life afloat, with contingencies ashore. By Joseph W. Smith. 

" The sea Is His, and He made It." 

Andover, Mass. Published for the author, 1887. 8yo. pp. (2), 

399. (1 port. 85 photo plates.) [9278 

CantakiM: Blddeford Pool as a Watering Place; The Industries of the 
Pool; Romance of the Pool; Pool Strategy; From Blddeford Pool to Booth- 
bay; A Shadow-canoe Trip; A Day at York Beach; A Shore Town, (Sedgwick); 
Old Monhegan; The Life-saving Service. 

Smith, Joshua, akd Slbepbb, Samuel. 

Divine Hymns and Spiritual Songs for the use of religious assem- 
blies and private Christians. Being a collection by Joshua Smith 
and Samuel Sleeper. To which are added 32 hymns. Printed 
for Thomas Clark. Portland: 1803. 16mo. pp. 140. [9279 

Smith, Justin E. 1807-88. Publisher and cashier. Hallowell. 
Obituary of. 1888. See Maine Farmer's Almanac. 

Smith, Manasseh. 1749-1823. Lawyer, Wiscasset. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Smith, Manasseh Hoyst. 1807-65. Lawyer, Warren, Portland. 
Letter to Union meeting, Bangor. 1860. See Bangor. 

Smith, Nathan, M. D. 1762-1828. Professor, Yale College. Lecturer, 
Bowdoin College, 1820-25. 

Address on. 1829. See Allen, William. 

Smith, Obamandel. Litchfield. 

Editor. Present Condition of the State. Its agricultural, financial, 
commercial and manufacturing developments. Advantages of 
the State as a summer resort. Published under directions of the 
secretary of State. Augusta: Kennebec Journal Book Print. 
1885. Svo. pp. 40. [9280 

Smith, Oscab L. 

History of OUve Branch Lodge, No. 124, of Free and Accepted Ma- 
sons, Charlestown, Me., from A. D. 1864 to A. D. 1881, by O. L. 
Smith. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1881. Svo. pp. 24. 

[9281 



446 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Smith, Phiuf H. 

Acadia; a lost chapter in American history. By Philip H. Smith. 
Illastrated. 

" The beloyed Acadian land, the land of Evangeline. ** 

LiOVOrELI/>W. 

** Let those who would persecute or proscribe for opinion's sake, and limit 
by political exclusion the right to worship God in the form by which he who 
worships chooses; who woald, if let alone, join in the hunt or exile of those 
who, like the Acadians, cherish the ftdth of their childhood and anceston, 
let them read the story of the Acadian exiles, and beware of the sure retzi> 
bation of history.'* 

Memoirs Penn. Hist. Society. 

Pawling, N. Y.: Pahlished by the author. 1884. 12mo. pp. 381. 

[9282 

Brief account of the St. Croix colony, pp. 43, and of the settlement at Mt. 
Desert, p. 62. Pages 56-82 are devoted to the La Tours and to D'Aulnay 
Chamise. 

Smith, Roswell C. 

Intellectual and Practical Grammar, in the series of inductive 
questions, connected with exercises in composition. By Roswell 
C. Smithy author of Practical and Mental Arithmetic. N^ames 
should succeed ideas. Portland: Puhlished hy Colman, Holden 
and Company. Boston: Perkins and Manrin. 1833. 12mo. pp. 
123, 82, [9283 

Smithes Geography. Geography on the productive system; for 

schools, academies and families: revised and improved. Aooom- 
panied by a large and valuable atlas. By Roswell C. Smith, au- 
thor of " Introductory Arithmetic, ^' ** Practical and Mental 
Arithmetic, ^* ** The Productive Grammar, ** Ac Portland: Pub- 
lished by Sanborn & Carter. Sold by Booksellers throughout 
the United States. 1844. 12mo. pp. 312. [0SS4 

Smith, Rusl. Lawyer and stenographer, Bangor. 

Smithes Short Numerals, or quick way of writing figures. By Rnel 

Smith, twenty years official stenographer of the Maine Supreme 

Judicial Court Bangor, Me.: Published by the author. 1889. 

16mo. pp. 16. [9285 

Mr. Smith's system is adopted by some of the best stenographers in this 
country; and also in England and Germany. 

Smith, Samuel Emebson. 1788-1860. Lawyer and governor, Wiscas- 
set 
Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Notice ot 1864. See Palmer, Joseph. 

^Brief Sketch of. 1890. See Green, Samuel A. 



BIBLIOGBAPHT OF MAINE. 447 

Smith, Samuel Pbancis, D. D. 1808-96. Clergyman, Waterville, 1834- 
41. 
Juvenile Lyre, or, hymns and songs, religious, moral and cheerful, 
set to appropriate music for the use of primary and common 
schools. Boston: Garter, Hendee & Co. 1835. 8vo. pp. vi, 72. 

[9286 

Sermon occasioned by the death of William Henry Harrison. Hal- 

lowell: Glazier, Masters & Smith, Printers. 1841. 8yo. pp. 15. 

[9287 

History of Baptists in Maine. Ch. Rev. 10: 384. (1845.) [9288 

A review of " Rev. Joshua Millet's History of the Baptists in Maine, '* &o. 

Smith, Samuel S. 1809-75. Printer, Bangor. 

Bangor Directory ; containing the names of the inhabitants, their 
occupations, places of business, dwelling houses, and the streets, 
boundaries of wards, city officers, banks, churches, and other 
useful information. Bangor: Samuel S. Smith, No. 13 West Mar- 
ket Square. 1843. 16mo. pp. 72. [9289 

The Bangor Directory; containing the names of the inhabitants, 

their occupations, places of business, residence, city officers, 
banks, churches, and other useful information. Bangor: Samuel 
S. Smith. No. 13 West Market Square. 1846. 16mo. pp. 104. 

[9290 

The Bangor Directory; containing the names of the inhabitants, 

their occupations, places of business, residence, city officers, 
banks, churche