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BIBLIOGEAPHl' 



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STATE OF MAINE 



FROM THE EARLIEST PERIOD TO 1891 



JOSEPH WILLIAMSON 

MEMBER OF THE MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, AND OF THE 
NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 



IJSr X^WO VOLXJIMES 



VOLUME I 



PORTLAND 

THE THURSTOX PRINT 

1896 



Cneeked 



Copyright 1S'.)6 

BY JOSErH WILLIAMSON 




PREFACE 



This work has been compiled under the auspices of the Maine 
Historical Society. With certain exceptions, its purpose is to give 
the full title of every book, pamphlet, and reputable magazine 
article at any time printed in or having reference to Maine, and also 
all of which the authors were, at the time of writing or publishing, 
residents within the state. 

The exceptions are chiefly public, municipal and legal reports, and 
pami)hlets whicli relate to organizations not of an historical, literary, 
charitable or religiovis character. Although many of the best liter- 
ary productions of the State are to be found only in its newspapers, 
no attempt to enumerate these has been made with the exception of 
such as have been preserved in other form. 

The plan a^" ) excludes the writings of native authors, printed or 
published after they have ceased to be residents, unless these have 
some special relation to Maine. 

In all cases possible, titles have been copied from the original 
works ; those in catalogues being adopted only as a last resort. 

Cross references to general and local histories, encyclopaedias, and 
biographical dictionaries have been usually omitted. 

The task of the compiler has been greatly lessened by kind aid re- 
ceived from his friends in all parts of the country. The bountifiil 
assistance of Mr. Hubbard W. Bryant, librarian of the Maine His- 
torical Society, of Professors George T. Little and Edward W. HaU, 



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]V BIBLIOGRAPHY OF iMAINE. 

librarians respectively of Bowdoiii College and Colby University, has 
largely contributed to the completeness of the work. Special ac- 
knowledgement is due to Mr. .John Ward Dean and to Samuel 
Abbott Green, M. D., both of Boston, for numei'ous kind oiliecs and 
encouraging words. He is under great obligation to Mr. J. G. Elder, 
of Lewiston. not only for free access to his uiRMjualed colk'ctioii of 
Maine books and })amplik'ts. I)ut also for transcripts of inmierous 
titles which otherwise woul«l liave escaped notice ; to Mr. E. Eree- 
man Din-en, of Bangor, for a list of works compiled during his long 
career as a publisher ; and to Mr. Calvin W. Lewis, of Boston, who 
has been indefatigable in securing a large array of authorities con- 
cerning " Lovewell's Eight." 

Although the book may lack some of the characteristies of a tech- 
nical bibliography, the compiler trusts that it will meet Avith favor- 
able accejjtance. It has been with him a lal)()r of love. 

Belfast, April, 1896. 



ABBIIEVIATIONS. 



A. A. A. S. 
Aid. 

Am. Aim. 
Am. An. Ed. 
Am. Antitj. Soc. 
Am. Ass. Proc. 

• Am. Bap. 'Mas;- 
Am. Bap. Mem. 
Am. Bib. Hep. 
Am. Ch. R. 
Am. Cyclo. 
Am. Ed. Soc. 
Am. Gyn. 
Am. Hist. Hec. 
Am. Inst. Ins. 
Am. Jour. Ed. 
Am. Jour. Obs. 
Am. Jour. Sci. 
Am. Jurist. 
Am. Law Rev. 
Am. Mag. 
Am. Med. Ass. 
Am. Meth. Mo. 
Am. Mil. Biog. 
Am. Miss. Ass. 
Am. Nat. 
Am. Xat. Preach. 
Am. Port. Gall. 
Am. Q. Obs. 
Am. Q. Reg. 
Am. Statis. Ass. 
Am. Whig. Rev. 
Am. Theo. Rev. 
Anon. 
Ass. 

Atl. Mo. 
b. 

Bang. H. M. 
Bank. Mag. 

Bap. Mem. and Chron. 
Bapt. Miss. Mag. 
Bap. Quar. 



American Academy of Arts and Sciences. 

Aldine. 

American Almanac. 

American Annals of Education. 

American Antiquarian Society. 

American Association for Advance of .Science 

Proceedings. 
American Baptist Magazine. 
American Baptist Memorials. 
American Biblical Repository. 
American Church Review. 
American Cyclopaedia. 
American Education Society. 
American Gynecological Society. 
American Historical Record. 
American Institute of Instruction. 
American Journal of Education. 
American Journal of Obstetrics. 
American Journal of Science. 
American Jurist. 
American Law Review. 
American Magazine. 
American Medical Association. 
American Methodist Monthly. 
American Military Biography. 
American Missionary Association. 
American Naturalist. 
American National Fi'eacher. 
American Portrait Gallery. 
American Quarterly Observer. 
American Quarterly Register. 
American Statistical Association. 
American Whig Review. 
American Theological Review. 
Anonymous. 
Association. 
Atlantic Monthly. 
Born. 

Bangor Historical Magazine. 
Banker's Magazine. 
Baptist Memorial and Chronicle. 
Baptist Missionary Magazine. 
Baptist Quarterly. 



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Bap. Rev. 

Bib. Rep. 

Bib. Sac. 

Biog. Ency. Me. 

Bost. Daily Adv. 

Bost. Med. & Surg. Jonr 

Bost. Mont. Mag. 

Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist. 

Cath. World. 

Cent. 

Chaut. 

Chr. Disc. 

Chr. Ex. 

Chr. Mo. Spec. 

Chr. Ob. 

Cliurcli Mo. 

Coll. 

Cong. Quar. 

Cong. Rec. 

Cong. Rev. 

Cont. 

Corr. Am. Rev. 

Cosmopol. 

Cyclop. Am. Biog. 

d. 

Dem. Rev. 

Doc. 

Edinburgh Rev. 

Ency. 

Essex Inst. Proc. 

fE. 

Fol. 

Eras. Mag. 

Free Bap. 

Freemason's Rep. 

Godey. 

Gran. Mo. 

Harp. Mag. 

Hist. Mag. 

Hist. Soc. 

Hunt. 

Interna. Jour. Surg. 

Internat. R. 

lUus. 

Jour. 

Kniok. 

1. 



Baptist Review. 

American Biblical Repository. 

Bibliotheca Sacra. 

Biograpliical Encylcopaedia of Maine. 

Boston Daily Advertiser. 

Boston Medical and Surgical Journal. 

Boston Monthly Magazine. 

Boston Society of Natural History. 

Catholic World. 

Century. 

Chautauquan Magazine. 

Christian Disciple. 

Christian Examiner. 

Christian Monthly Spectator. 

Christian Observer. 

Church Monthly. 

Collection. 

Congregational Quarterly. 

Congressional Record. 

Congregational Review. 

Continental. 

Correspondence American Revolution. 

Cosmopolitan. 

Cyclopaedia of Ainerican Biography. 

Died. 

Democratic Review. 

Documents. 

Edinburgh Review. 

Encylcopajdia. 

Essex Institute Proceedings. 

Folios; leaves. 

Folio. 

Eraser's Magazine. 

Free Baptist. 

Freemason's Repository. 

Godey's Lady's Book. 

Granite Monthly. 

Harper's New Monthly Magazine. 

Historical Magazine. 

Historical Society. 

Hunt's Merchant's Magazine. 

International Journal of Surgery. 

International Review. 

Illustration, or Illustrated. 

Journal. 

Knickerbocker Magazine. 

Leaf. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 



Vll 



Law Rep. 

Lippinc. 

Lit. Jour. 

Lit. and Theol Rev. 

Lit. Wor. 

Macf. Am. Hist. 

Mass. 

Mass. Agriciil. Rep. 

Mass. Hist. Soc. 

Mass. Miss. Mag. 

Mass. Quar. Rev. 

Math. Mo. 

Me. 

Me. Biog. 

Me. Gen. Con. 

Me. Hist. Soc. 

Me. Horn. Med. Soc. 

Me. Jour. Ed. 

Me. Med. Ass. 

Me. Press Ass. 

Me. Rec. 

Me. Rep. 

Meth. Quar. Rev. 

Mo. 

Mo. Miscel. 

Mo. Rel. Mag. 

MS.; MSS. 

N. A. Jour. Horn. 

n. d. 

New Eng. 

N. E. Mag. 

N. E. Reg. 

N. H. Hist. Soc. 

New Hamp. Rep. 

New Jeru. Mag. 

Niles Reg. 

No., Nos. 

No. Am. Rev. 

No. Mo. 

n. p. 

n. pp. 

n. s. 

n. t. p. 

N. Y. 

Ob. 

O. & N. 



The Law Reporter. 
Lippincott's Magazine. 
Literary Journal. 
Literary and Theological Review. 
Literary World. 
Magazine of American History. 
Massachusetts. 

Massachusetts Agricultural Repository. 
Massachusetts Historical Society. 
Massachusetts Missionary Magazine. 
Massachusetts Quarterly Review. 
Mathematical Monthly. 
Maine. 

Maine Genealogist and Biographer. 
Maine General Conference (Congregationalist). 
Maine Historical Society. 
Maine Homeopath! c Medical Society. 
Maine Journal of Education. 
Maine Medical Association. 
Maine Press Association. 

Maine Historical and Genealogical Recorder. 
Maine Reports. (Supreme Court.) 
Methodist Quarterly Review. 
Monthly. 

Monthly Miscellany. 
Monthly Religious Magazine. 
Manuscript, Manuscripts. 
North American Journal of Homeopathy. 
No date of publication. 
New England. 
New England Magazine. 

New England Historical and Genealogical Reg- 
ister. 
New Hampshire Historical Society. 
New Hampshire Repository. 
New Jerusalem Magazine. 
Niles's Register. 
Number, numbers. 
North American Review. 
Northern Monthly. 
No place of publication. 
No number on page. 
New series. 
No title-page. 
New York. 
Oblong. 
Old & New. 



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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 



Oi-nith & Oolog. 

O. T. 

Overland Mo. 

p., pp- 

Peab. Mus. 

Pej. Hist. Soc. 

Phot. 

Pop. Sei. Mo. 

Port. 

Port. Soc. Nat. Hist. 

Potter's Am. Mo. 

Prac. Housk. 

Princ. Rev. 

Proc. 

Prov. 

Pseufl. 

Pub. 

Put. Mo. 

Quart. Ob. 

Relig. Mag. 

Repos. 

r. 

Rev. 

Roy. Soc. 

Scrib. 

Sci. Am. 

Ser. 

Sm. 

Smitli. last. 

Soc. 

Spirit of Pil. 

Sq. 

St. Xich. 

Supp. 

t. p. 

Theol. and Lit. Joui 

Unita. Cong. Reg. 

Unita. Misc. 

Un. Mo. Jour. 

Unit. Rev. 

U. S. Lit. Gaz. 

Univer. Q. 

University Q. 

Vol. 



Ornithologist and Oologist. 

Old Times. 

Overland Monthly. 

Page and pages. 

Peabody Museum. 

Pejepscot Historical Society. 

Photograph. 

Popular Science Monthly. 

Portrait. 

Portland Society of Natural History. 

Potter's American Monthly. 

Practical Housekeeping. 

Princeton Review. 

Proceedings. 

Provincial. 

Pseudonym. 

Publisher. 

Putnam's Monthly Magazine. 

Quarterly Observer. 

Religious Magazine. 

Repository. 

Resides. 

Review. 

Royal Society. 

Scribner's Magazine. 

Scientific American. 

Series. 

Small. 

Smithsonian Institute. 

Society. 

Spirit of Pilgrims. 

Square. 

St. Nicholas. 

Supplement. 

Title-page. 

Theological and Literary Journal. 

Unitarian Congregational Register. 

Unitarian Miscellany. 

Unitarian Monthly Journal. 

Unitarian Review. 

United States Literary Gazette. 

Universalist Quarterly Review. 

University Quarterly. 



Volume, volumes. 
Figures within parentheses, thus {18i)0), indicate the year of publication. 
Names within parentheses, indicate probable authorship. 
? and (?) after a word, indicate probably, perhaps. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAIJ^E. 



Abbot. Incorporated 1827. 

Historical Account of. 1880. See Loring, Amasa. 
History Mt. Kineo Lodge. 1889. See Wade, A. T. 

Abbot, Edwin Hale. Lawyer and railroad president, Cambridge, 

Mass. 

Love of Country. A lecture delivered before the Maine and New 

Hampsbire Association of the Xew Church at Contocook, August 

26, 1861. Xew Jerusalem Magazine, 34: 121. (1862.) [1 

Abbot, Jacob. 1746-1820. Brunswick. 
Sermon on. 1820. See Eaton, Samuel. 

Abbot, John Stevens. 1807-81. Lawyer, jSTorridgewock; Boston. 
An address delivered before the temperance societies of "Waterford 
and Farmington, at their annual meetings, in 1831, by John S. 
Abbot. Augusta: Eaton & Severance, Printers. 1831. [2 

Abbot William. 1773-1849. Lawyer, Castine; Bangor. 

Address at centennial celebration, Wilton, N, H. 1839. See Pea- 
body, Ephraim. [3 
Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Abbott, Austin, h. 1831. Lawyer, New York. 

Popular Government Successful in a Great Emergency. An address 
delivered at Farmington, Me., July 4, 1862. By Austin Abbott, 
n.p. n.d. (1862.) 8vo. pp. 8. [4 

Abbott, Edward, D. D. Clergyman, h. Farmington, 1831. r. Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 
The Androscoggin Lakes. Harp. Mag. 55:23. (1877.) (Illus.) [5 
Sketch of Jacob Abbott. 1882. See Abbott, Jacob. 

Abbott, Jacob, D. D. Clergyman, b. Hallowell, 1803. r. Farmington, 
1839-43, and 1870-79. d. 1879. 
New England and her Institutions. By one of her sons. Boston: 
John Allen & Co. 1835. 12mo. (In "The American Popular 
Library, conducted by an Association of Gentlemen," Boston: 
John Allen & Co. 1835. 12mo.) Chap. 8. College Life (at Bow- 
doin) pp. 158-187. rg 



2 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

AiiBOTT, Jacou, D. D., Continued. 

RoUo's Travels. By Jacob Abbott, author of "Rollo Learning to 

Read," and "Learning to Talk." Boston: William Crosby & Co. 

1840. 18mo. pp. 100. [7 
Rollo's Correspondence. By Jacob Abbott. Boston: William 

Crosby & Co. 1840. 18mo. pp. 190. [8 
Jonas a Judge: or law among the boys. By the author of the 

"Rollo Books," &c. Boston: W. D. Ticknor. 1840. 18mo. pp. 

179. [9 

Jonas's Stories: related to Rollo and Lucy. By the author of the 

"Rollo Books." Boston: W. D. Ticknor. 1841. 16mo. pp. 180. [10 

Jonas on a Farm in Summer. By the author of the " Rollo Books." 

Boston: W. D. Ticknor, 1841. 18mo. pp. 178. [11 

Jonas on a Farm in Winter. By the author of the "Rollo Books." 

Boston: W. D. Ticknor. 1841. ISmo. pp. 180. [12 

The Rollo Reader. Boston: 1841. [13 

The Rollo Code of Morals: or the rules of duty for children. 

Arranged with questions for the use of schools. By Jacob 
Abbott, author of the "Rollo Books," &c. Boston: Crocker & 
Brewster. 1841. ISmo. pp. 178. [14 

Cousin Lucy at Study. By the author of the "Rollo Books." Bos- 
ton: B. B. Mussey. 1842. ISmo. pp. 180. [15 

Cousin Lucy's Stories. Stories told to Cousin Lucy when she was 

a little girl. By the author of the "Rollo Books." Boston: B. 

B. Mussey. 1842. 18mo. pp. 180. [16 
Cousin Lucy's Conversations. By the author of the " Rollo Books." 

Boston: B. B. Mussey, 1842. 18mo. pp. 180. [17 
Cousin Lucy at Play. By the author of the "Rollo Books." Bos- 
ton: B. B. Mussey. 1842. 18mo. pp. 180. [18 
Cousin Lucy on the Sea-shore. By the author of the " Rollo Books." 

Boston: B. B. Mussey. 1842. 18mo. pp. 180. [19 
Cousin Lucy among the Mountains. By the author of the "Rollo 

Books." Boston: B. B. Mussey. 1842. 18mo. pp. 180. [20 
The Rollo Philosophy. Part I. Water. By the author of the 

"Rollo Books." Philadelphia: Hagan & Thompson. 1842. 12mo. 

pp. 192. [21 
The Rollo Philosophy. Part II. Air. By the author of the " Rollo 

Books." Philadelphia: Hagan & Thompson. 1842. 12mo. pp. 

192. [22 
The Rollo Philosophy. Part III. Fire. By the author of the 

" Rollo Books." Boston: Otis, Broaders & Co. 1843. 12mo. pp. 

192. [23 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 3 

-The Rollo Philosophy. Part IV. The Sky. By the author of the 
"Rollo Books." Boston: Otis, Broaders & Co. 1843. 12mo. 
pp. 192. [24 

-Marco Paul's Travels and Adventures in Pursuit of Knowledge. 
City of New York. By Jacob Abbott, author of the "Rollo, Lucy 
and Jonas Books." Boston: T. Harrington Carter & Co. 1843. 
12n30. pp. 141. [25 

-Marco Paul's Travels in Pursuit of Knowledge. Vol. II. On the 
Erie Canal. By Jacob Abbott. Boston: T. Harrington Carter & 
Co. 1843. 12mo. pp. 144. [26 

-Marco Paul's Travels in Pursuit of Knowledge. Vol. III. In 
Maine. By Jacob Abbott. Boston: T. Harrington Carter & Co. 
1843. 12mo. pp. 141. [27 

-Marco Paul's Travels and Adventures in Pursuit of Knowledge. 
Vol. IV. Vermont. By Jacob Abbott. Boston: T. H. Carter & 
Co. 1843. 12mo. pp. 144. [28 

-Marco Paul's Travels. Vol. V. In Boston. By Jacob Abbott. 

Boston: T. H. Carter & Co. 1843. 12mo. pp. 144. [29 

-The Spots in the Sun. Harp. Mag. 40:818. (1870.) (Illus.) [30 
-The Mysteries of a Thunder Shower. Harp. Mag. 41: 21. (1870.) [31 
-The Ocean Steamer. Harp. Mag. 41 : 18.5. (1870.) (Illus.) [32 

-The Electric Light. Harp. Mag. 41:3-54. (1870.) (Illus.) [;33 

-The Spectroscope. Harp. Mag. 41:720. (1870.) (Illus.) [.34 

-The Negative in Photography. Harp. Mag. 41:345. (1870.) (Illus.) 

[35 
-Lyell and Geology. Harp. Mag. 43:590. (1871.) (Illus.) [.36 

-The Stricken Heai't. A Romance of the Andes. Harp. Mag. 43 : 877. 

(1871.) (Illus.) [37 

-The August Stories. Four volumes. New York : Harper & Bros. 

1871. 16mo. I. August and Elvie. II. Hunter and Tom. III. The 

Schooner Mary Ann. IV. Granville Valley. [38 

Parti}' written at Farmington. 

-Science for the Young. Force. By Jacob Abbott, author of "The 
Franconia Stories," "Marco Paul Series," "Young Christian 
Series," Harper's Story Books," "Abbott's Illustrated His- 
tories," &c. With numerous engravings. New York: Harper & 
Brothers, Publishers, Franklin Square. 1872, 12mo. pp. 305 [39 

-Science for the Young. Light. By Jacob Abbott, author of 
"The Franconia Stories," "Harper's Story Books," "Abbott's 
Story Books," "Abbott's Illustrated Stories," &c. With num- 
erous engravings. New York : Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 
Franklin Square. 1872. 12mo. pp. 313. [40 



4 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Abbott, Jacob, D. D., Continued. 

Science for the Young. Heat. By Jacob Abbott, author of " The 

Franconia Stories,'' "Marco Paul Series," "Young Christian 
Series," "Harper's Story Books," "Abbott's Illustrated His- 
tories," &c. With numerous engravings. Xew York: Harper & 
Brothers. Publishers, Franklin Square, 1872. 12mo. pp. 312. [41 

Science for the Young. Water and Land. By Jacob Abbott author 

of "The Franconia Stories," "Marco Paul Series," "Young Chris- 
tian Series," "Harper's Story Books," "Abbott's Illustrated His- 
tories," &c. With numerous engravings. New York: Harper & 
Brothers, Publishers, Franklin Square. 1872. ]2mo. pp. 330. [42 
Parts of "Science for the Young" were written at Farinington. 

The Siren of Science: or the mode of numbering sonorous vibra- 
tions. Harp. Mag. 45: 844. (1872.) (Illus.) [43 

The Telegraph. Harp. Mag. 47:332. (1873.) [44 

Abbott's Young Christian. A memorial edition, with a sketch of 

the author by one of his sons. New York: Harper & Brothers, 
Franklin Square. 1882. 12mo. pp. 402, (Illus.) [45 

Tlie sketch, by Rev. Edward Abbott, D. D., pp. viii, 131, contains a 
bibliography. 

Abbott, Johx Stevexs Cabot, D. D. Clergyman, b. Brunswick, 1805. r. 
Brunswick and Farmington, 1853-60; d. Fairhaven, Conn., 1877. 
An oration delivered at Farmington Falls, by Rev. John S. C. 
Abbott, on the Fourth of July, 1850. Farmington: J. F. Sprague, 
Printer, 8vo. pp. 8. [46 

Napoleon Bonaparte. Harp. Mag. 7: 150, 190, 337, 482, 623, 722. 

(1853.) 8: 155, 315, 479, 596, 21. (1853-54.) 9:32, 171, 327,465. 
577, 721. (1854.) 10: 15, 173, 310. (1854-55.) (Illus.) [47 

Scenes in the Life of Louis XIV. Harp. Mag. 7: 475. (1853.) (Illus.) 

[48 

The History of Napoleon Bonaparte. By John S. C. Abbott. With 

maps, illustrations, and portraits on steel. New York: Harper 
& Brothers. 1865. 2 Vols. 8vo. Vol. I. pp.611. Vol. II. pp. 666. [50 
First published m Harper's New Monthly Magazine. Several editions 
have been issued. 

The Conquest of Mexico. By Hernando Cortez. Harp. Mag. 12: 1. 

(1855.) (Illus.) [51 

Napoleon at St. Helena; or interesting anecdotes and remarkable 

conversations of the emperor during the five and a half years 
of his captivity, collected from the memorials of Las Sasas, 
O'Meara, Montholon, Antommarchi, and others, by John S. C. 
Abbott. With illustrations. New York: Harper & Brothers, 
n. d. (Copyright, 1855.) 8vo. pp. 662. [52 

George Washington, Harp. Mag. 12:289. (1856.) (Hlus.) [53 



BIBLIOGEAPHY OF MAINE. 

-The Massacre of St. Bartholomew. Harp. Mag. 13: 720. (1856.) 
(Illus.) (54 

-Confidential Correspondence of the Emperor Napoleon and the Em- 
press Josephine: including letters from the time of their mar- 
riage until the death of Josephine, and also several private letters 
from the emperor to his brother Joseph, and other important 
personages. With numerous illustrative notes and anecdotes. 
By John S. C. Abbott. New York: Published by Mason Bro- 
thers, 108 and 110 Duane Street. 1856. Svo. pp. 404. [55 

-History of Hernando Cortez. By John S. C. Abbott. With engrav- 
ings. New York : Harper & Brothers, Publishers, Pearl Street, 
Franklin Square, n. d. (Copyright, by Harper & Brothers. 1856. 
By Susan Abbott Mead, 1884.) 16mo. pp. -348. [56 

-The National Assembly. Harp. Mag. 15:606. (1857.) (Hlus.) [57 
-The States General. Harp. Mag. 15: 314. (1857.) (Illus.) [58 

-The King Conquered. Harp. Mag. 16: 35. (1857.) [59 

-The Death of Louis XIV. Harp. Mag. 17: 467. (1858.) (Illus.) [60 
-The French Revolution of 1789 as Viewed in the Light of Republican 
Institutions. By John S. C. Abbott. With 100 engravings. New 
York : Harper & Brothers. 1869, 8vo. pp. 4:39. [61 

-South and North: or impressions received during a trip to Cuba 
and the South. By John S. C. Abbott. 
" For PYeedom's battle once begun, 
Bequeathed from bleeding sire to son, 
Though baffled oft, is always won." 

New York: Abbey & Abbott, 119 Nassua Street. 1860, 16mo. pp. 
362. [62 

-The Monarchies of Continental Europe. The Empire of Austria: 
its rise and present power. By John S. C. Abbott. New York : 
Published by Mason Brothers. Cincinnati: Rickey, Mallory & 
Co. 1850. 12mo. pp.520. [63 

-The Monarchies of Continental Europe. Italy: from the earliest 
period to the present day. By John S. C. Abbott. New York: 
n. d. (Copyright, 1860.) 12mo. pp. 284. [64 

-The Monarchies of Continental Euroi3e. The Empire of Russia: 

from the remotest periods to the present time. By John S. C. 

Abbott. New York : Mason Brothers, 5 & 7 Mercer Street. 1860, 

12mo. pp. 528. (One port.) [65 

-Modern Austria. Harp. Mag. 23:717. (1861.) [66 

-Turkey and Russia. Harp. Mag. 24:433. (1862.) (Illus.) [67 

-The History of Maine, from the earliest discovery of the region by 

the Northmen until the present time : including a narrative of 

the voyages and explorations of the early adventurers, the manners 



b BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Abbott, John Stetkxs Caijot, D. D., Continued. 

and customs of the Indian tribes, the liardships of the first 
settlers, the conflicts with the savages, and the gradual advance- 
ment of the state to its present state of opulence, culture and re- 
finement. By John S. C. Abbott, author of the " History of the 
Civil War in America," "French Revolutions," "The Lives of 
the Presidents of the United States," etc., etc. Illustrated. Bos- 
ton: Published by B. B. Russell, 55 Cornhill. Portland: John 
Russell, 1875. 8 vo. pp. 556. [68 

Lives of the Presidents of the United States of America, from 

Washington to the present time. Containing a narrative of the 
most interesting events in the career of each president: thus con- 
stituting a graphic history of the United States. To which is 
added a chapter showing the hundred years' progress of the re- 
public. By John S. C. Abbott, and Russell H. Conwell. Illus- 
trated with portraits of all the presidents engraved on steel, pic- 
tures of their private residences, and thirty other wood engrav- 
ings of the most interesting scenes in their lives, togetlier with 
illustrations of the centennial jubilee. Sold only by distributing 
agents. Portland, H. Hallett & Company. 1831. 8vo. pp, 670. [69 

The History of Christianity: consisting of the life and teachings 

of Jesus of Nazai'eth ; the adventures of Paul and the apostles ; 
and the most interesting events in the progress of Christianity, 
from the earliest period to the present time. By John S. C. 
Abbott, D. D., author of "The Mother at Home," "Life of Na- 
poleon," "Life of Frederic the Great," etc., etc., with addi- 
tions by W. F. Mallalieu, D. D., Portland: George Stinson, & Co. 
n. d. (1889?.) 8vo. pp. 521. (Illus.) [70 

Abbott, .Ioseph Carter, 

Coos and the Magalloway. Harp. Mag. 20: 289. 1860. (Illus.) 

[71 

Abbott, Josuua. 

Sermons to, at York. 1792. See Merriam, M. 

Abbott, Xeiiemiah. 1804-77. Lawyer, Belfast. 

Fishing Bounties. Speech delivered in the House of Represen- 
tives, Feb. 10, 1S59. 8vo. pp. 8. [72 

Government Expenditures. Speech delivered in the House of 

Representatives, Feb. 21, 1859. By Nehemiah Abbott. Washing- 
ton. 1850. 8vo. pp. 8. [73 

Abbott, Sallucia. 1801-88. Farmington. 

The Lay Missionary: or the way to do good. Boston: Pub- 
lished by Pierce & Parker, No. 9 Cornhill. New York: H. C. 
Sleight, Clinton Hall. 1832. 18mo. pp. 8-1. [74 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. / 

Abell, Towxsend Paoli. Clergyman, Camp Hill, Ala. 

Universalist Belief. A discourse preached in the Universalist 
church, Castine, Maine, on the afternoon of March 8, 1840. By 
Rev. T. P. Abell. Boston. 1840. 8vo. pp. 16. [75 

Abexaqui ok Abnaqui Ixdiaxs. .See Indians. 

Abekt, Johx James. 1788-1S63. Washington, D. C. 

Report of the survey of the Kennebec River, and of contemplated 
routes for canals, connected with the vraters of the said river. 
"Washington: Printed by Gales & Seaton. 1828. 8vo. pp. 58. [76 

Academies Incorporated Prior to 1836. Bang. H. M. 3: 137. (1888.) 

[77 
Acadia or Acadie. 

Dr. J. G. Kohl, (Description of JMaine, 234), thinks that the name Larcadia 
appeared first in Russell's map of 1561. The word Acadia is said to be first 
used as the name of ihe country in the letters-patent of De Monts, in 1603. 

Settlement of Acadia. Translated for the Magazine, from Le Mer- 

cure Francois, 1608. Mag. Am. History. 2: 49. (1877.) [78 

Second Settlement in 1611-13. See Porter, J. W. 

French Expedition to. 1613. See Xash, Stephen S. 

Argall's Expedition to. 1613. See Folsom, George, 

Cromwell's Grant of. 1656. See Porter, J. W. 

Dutch Conquest of. 1674. See Hoyt, A. H. 

Dutch Conquest of. 1674. See Tuttle, Charles W. 

Memoir of. 1692. See Cadillac, M. La Mothe. 

Report of Events in. 1685-96. See Tibierge, M. 

Government of Acadia, Maine and Nova Scotia. 1603 to 1710-13. 

Bang. H. M. 5: 167. 1890. [79 

Situation and Description of. 1744. See Charlevoix, P. F. X. 

Memorials Concerning. 1755, See Memorials, 

Letters Concerning, 1762, See Bollan, William. 

Remarks on the French Memorials concerning the Limits of Acadia: 

Printed at the Royal printing house at Paris, and distributed by 
the French ministers at all the foreign courts of Europe, With 
two maps, exhibiting the limits: One according to the system of 
the French as inserted in the said Memorials: The other conform- 
able to the English rights, as supported by the authority of 
treaties, continual grants of the French king, and express pas- 
sages of the best French authors. To which is added, an an- 
swer to the summary discussion, &c. London: Printed for T. 
Jefferys, at the Corner of St. Martin's Lane, in the Strand. 
MDCCLVI. 8vo. pp. 112. (2 folding maps.) [80 

This volume surpasses all others for valuable historical, geographical and 
bibliographical information respecting Xova Scotia or Acadia and part of 



O BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Acadia ok Acadie, Continued. 

Canada. The two maps on the same scale show clearly what is claimed by 
both parties, French and English. They cover the whole territory south of 
the Gulf of St. Lawrence, east of Lake Champlain, and north of Massachu- 
setts, and include all the disputed tracts and grants of the English limits 
claimed in 1750 and 1751: limits of Acadia and Port Royal by the Treaty of 
Utrecht; limits of Nova Scotia as granted to Sir \Vm. Alexander, 1621; 
Cromwell's grant to La Tour, Crown and Temple in 1656: the country re- 
stored to France bj' the Treaty of Breda: the government of Denys in 1654, 
Charnesay's in 1638 and La Tour's in 1638. The English map delineates Nova 
Scotia as claimed by the English by the Treaty of Utrecht, 1713: as granted 
to Sir Wm. Alexander, 1621: according to Champlain, 1603-29: with the 
country west to the Penobscot: Acadia as granted by Louis XIII and XIV, 
1632-1710: enlarged to the Kennebec by further grant to Stirling, 1653: 
Acadia proper occording to the tripartite division named by Charlevoix: 
Charnesay's and La Tour's Government in 1656: Acadia claimed by France 
at the Treaty of Breda, 1C67: Norembega, between the Penobscot and the 
Kennebec : and the Etechemins' coast according to Champlain and Denys. 
Stevens: Hist. Nuggets. 3: 10. (1885.) 

Memorials Concerning. 1766. See Nova Scotia. 

History of. 1815. See Whipple, Joseph. 

Remarks on. 1827. See White, William. 

Aborigines of. 1866. See Vetromile, Eugene. 

History of. 1879. See Hannay, James. 

Lost Chapter in American History. 1884. See Smith, Philip H. 

Account of. 1884. See Winsor, Justin. 

In the Revolution. (1886.) See Varney, George J. 

Map of. 1886. See Winsor, Justin. 

Across Maine in Mid-winter Cont. No. 4: 138. (1863.) [81 

Across the Continent. 1868. See Poor, John A. 

Acton. Incorporated from Shapleigh. 1830. 
History, 1847. See Fullonton, Joseph. 

History. 1872. See Sanford, Everts & Co. 

History. 1880. See Clayton, W. W. 

Adam, Edom, Odem. 1882. See Morgan, E. H. 

Adams, Aaron Chester, h. Bangor, 1815. Clergyman, Gorham; 

Wethersfield, Conn. 
Waiting upon God, the Way to Secure our Country's Welfare. A 

sermon preached upon the day of public fast, April 17, 1845. 

By A. C. Adams, jiastor of the First Congregational church, 

Gorham. Portland: Thurston, Ilsley & Co., Printers. 1845. 8vo. 

pp. 30. [82 
A Word for Bangor Seminary. Addressed to Maine Congregation- 

alists. By a member of the visiting committee. Lewiston: 

Printed at the Journal office. 1860. 8vo. pp. 32. [83 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 9 

Our Hope. Sermon at Lewiston. 1866. [84 

In Memoriam, Eev. David Thurston, D. D., Winthrop. By Rev. 

A. C. Adams, of Auburn, Maine. Portland: Printed by Brown 
Thurston. 1865. 8vo. pp. 23. [85 

Adams, Miss Blanche Hermine. 

Class Day and Graduation. Bervrick Academy. 1890. Dover, N. 
H. Printed by E. L. Howes. 1890. 8vo. pp. 105. [86 

Adams, Mes. Cathekine Lyman, d. 1879. Vassalborough. 

Parlor Lectures on Scripture History. By a mother. In two vol- 
umes. Augusta, Maine. Published by P. A. Brinsmade. At 
Depository of Kennebec Co. S. S. Union. 1830. 12mo. pp. 194. 

[87 

Parlor Lectures on the New Testament. By the author of " Parlor 

Lectures on Scripture History. " Augusta: Brinsmade & Dole. 
1832. 12mo. pp. 227. [88 

Daily Duties, inculcated in a series of letters, addressed to the 

wife of a Clergyman. By Mrs. Adams, author of "Parlor Lec- 
tures, " &c., &c. Boston: Published by Crocker and Brewster, 47 
"Washington Street. New York: Leavitt, Lord & Co., 182 
Broadway. 1835. 16mo. pp. vi. 174. [89 

History of the Jews. [90 

Adams, Charles Francis, LL. D. 1807-86. Statesman, Boston. 

An address delivered at Waterville, before the members of the 
literary societies at Colby University, 27 July, 1875. The River- 
side Press, Cambridge. 1875. 8vo. pp. 30. [91 

Adams, Charles Shaav. 1797-1873. Clergyman, b. Bath. 

A sermon delivered December 14, 1825, at the dedication of the 
first meeting house in Sullivan. By Charles S. Adams, 
preacher of the Gospel. Published by request. Portland: Printed 
by Shirley and Edwards. 1826. 8vo. pp. 24. [92 

Adams, Eliashib. 1773-1855. Bangor. 

A Successful Life. Autobiography of Eliashib Adams. Born at 
Canterbury, Conn., June 6, 1773: Died at Bangor, Me., August 
28, 1885, Bangor: Printed by Benjamin A. Bun-, 1871. 8vo. pp. 
109. (Port.) [93 

Appendix, pp. 23, gives life of his son, Henry Martyn Adams. 

Adams, George. 1807-65. Publisher, Boston. 

The Maine Register for the year 1855: embracing state and county 
officers, and an abstract of the acts and resolves. (State seal.) 
Together with a complete business directory of the state, and a 
variety of useful information. By George Adams, publisher of 
the "Massachusetts Register," "Rhode Island Register," "Boston 



10 BIBLIOGRArHY OF MAINE. 

Adams, George, Continued. 

Directories," etc. Office, 91 Washington St., Boston. Published 
and for sale by Blake & Carter, Portland. George R. Davis, Port- 
land. Masters, Smith & Co., Hallo well. Edward Fenno, Augusta. 
David Bugbee & Co., Bangor. 1855. 16mo. pp. 432, 88 [94 

The Maine Register and Business Directory for the year 1856: em- 
bracing the state and county officers and the titles of laws and 
resolves of 1855. Together with the mercantile, professional, 
manufacturing and mechanical departments, accurately compiled 
and alphabetically arranged under their respective headings, with 
a variety of useful information. By George Adams. Publisher 
of the "Boston Directory," "Massachusetts Register," "Rhode 
Island Register," "New England Business Directory," etc. Office 
91 Washington Street, Boston. Published by Edward C Parks, 
South Berwick. Svo. i^p. 292. (Advei'tising department, pp. 64.) 

[95 

Adams, George Eliashib, D. D. 1801-75. r. Bangor and Brunswick, 
1827-70. 
A Sermon delivered in Machias, June 23, 1841, before the Maine 
Missionary Society, at its thirty-fourth anniversary. By George 
E. Adams, pastor of the Congregational church in Brunswick. 
Portland: Alfred Merrill, Printer. 1841. Svo. pp. 14. [96 

An Address delivered Oct. 9, 1844, at the funeral of Mrs. Nancy 

Ellingwood, wife of Rev. John W. Ellingwood, late pastor of the 
First Church in Bath, Me. Portland: Thurston, llsley & Co., 
Printers. 1845. 24mo. pp. 18. [97 

Biography of Rev. Harvey Loomis. 1857. See Sprague, William 

B. 

Remarks made by Rev. Dr. Adams, at the funeral of Joseph Mc- 

Keen, who died December 2, 1865, aged 78. Printed for the fam- 
ily, n. p. n. d. (Brunswick, 1866.) Printed by Joseph Griffin. 
Svo. pp. 12. [98 

Biographical Notice of Hon. Robert P. Dunlap. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 

7:367. (1876.) [99 

Adams, Henry Martyn. 1822-46. Bangor. 
Sketch of. 1871. -See Crosby, Eliza L. 

Adams, James. 1794-1883. Exeter, Dayton. 

Obituary of. 1883. .See Maine Farmer's Almanac. 

Adams, James, Jr. Publisher, Portland. 

The Portland Directory and Register; containing the names of 
families and persons of business, with other information, accom- 
panied with a new and correct plan of the town. Portland: 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 11 

printed and published by James Adams, Jr. 1827. 16mo. pp. 
93. [100 

Adams, John. 1735-1826. Second president of the United States. 

Letters to Samuel Freeman. 1777. Me. Kec. 2: 117. (1885.) [101 

Letters to James Sullivan. 1796. Mass. Hist. Soc. Proc. 2d ser. 

3: 89. (1886.) [102 

Letter on North Eastern Boundary. 1796. See Winslow, Edward. 

A Selection of tlie patriotic addresses, to the president of the 

United States, together with the ^president's answers. Presented 
in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-eight, and the 
twenty-second of the independence of America. Boston: 1798. 
12mo. pp. 360. [103 

Contains addresses of the citizens of Portland, Wells and Arundel. 

Letter from. 1798. Bang, H. M. 4:116. (1888.) In reply to ad- 
dress of militia at Wiscasset. 

and Jefferson, Thomas. Eulogies on. 1826. See Daveis, Charles 

S. ; Johnson, Alfred Jr.; Sprague, Peleg. 

A Selection of eulogies, pronounced in the several states in honor 

of John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. Hartford: Published by 
D. F. Robinson & Co., and Norton & Russell. Norton & Russell, 
Printers. 1826. 8vo. pp. 426. [104 

Contains the eulogies by Charles S. Daveis at Portland; Alfred Johnson 
Jr., at Belfast, and Peleg Sprague at Hallowell. 

Professional Tours of, in Maine. (1890.) See Williamson, Joseph. 

Adams, John, D. U. 

Fifty Notable Years. Views of the ministry of Christian Universal- 
ism during the last half-century, with biographical sketches. Il- 
lustrated with j)ortraits. Boston, Universalist Publishing House. 
1882. 8vo. pp. 336. [105 

Contains sketches of Rev. George Bates, Fayette; Rev. Ebenezer Fisher, 
Charlotte; Rev. Alex. R. Abbott, Liverraore; Rev. VV. A. P. Dillingham, Au- 
gusta; Rev. Thomas J. Carney, Dresden. 

Adams, John Calvin. 1810-85. Clergyman, Falmouth. 1859-80. 

(A Famine of the Word.) Amos 8:11, 12.-). A sermon preached 
before the Maine Missionary Society, at Portland, (Second Church), 
June 27, 1865. By Rev. John C.Adams, Falmouth. Portland: 
Press of Brown Thurston & Co. 1865. 8mo. pp. 19. [106 

Adams, John Milton, b. 1819, Rumford. Lawyer and journalist, 
Deering. 
An Address before the Independent Order of Rechabites, delivered 
February 19, 1845, by Bro. John M. Adams, P. C. R., of Cumber- 
land tent. Portland: Bros. Thurston, Ilsley & Co., Printers. 
1845. 8vo. pp. 30. [107 



12 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Abams, John Mii.ton, Continued. 

An Address to the people of Cumberland county, by John Milton 

Adams, school commissioner. Portland: Harmon & Williams, 

Printers. 1853. 8vo. pp. 24. [108 
Reports of cases in law and equity, determined by the Supreme 

Court of Maine. By John Milton Adams, reporter to the state. 

Maine Reports. Volume XLI. Hallowell: Masters, Smith & Co. 

1858. 8vo. pp. 655. [109 
The same. Volume XLII. Hallowell: Masters, Smith & Co, 1858. 

Svo. pp. 648. [110 
Speech at celebration birthday of Jefferson, Salem, Mass. 1859. 

See Jefferson, Thomas. 

Biographical Sketch of Melvin W. Higgins. 1887. See Maine Press 

Association. 

Abams, John Quincy. 1767-1848. Sixth president of the United 
States. 
A Letter to the Hon. Harrison Gray Otis, a member of the Senate of 
Massachusetts, on the present state of our national affairs. 
With remarks upon Mr. Pickering's letter to the governor of 
the Commonwealth. By John Quincy Adams. From the second 
Boston edition. Hallowell: Printed and published by Nathaniel 
Cheever. 1808. 8vo. pp. 24. [Ill 

The same, under the following title :— 

A Letter from the Hon. Quincy Adams, Senator in Congress from 
Massachusetts, to Hon. Harrison Gray Otis, a member of the 
Senate of this Commonwealth, on the present state of our 
national affairs: with remarks upon Mr. Pickering's letter to 
his excellency James Sullivan. Portland: Published by J. 
M'Kown, 1808. Svo. pp. 16. [112 

This is designated "The Third Portland Edition." 

Letters on the Masonic Institution. Boston: Press of T. R. Marvin, 

No. 24 Congress Street. 1847. 8vo. pp. xl., (4), 284. [113 

Contains letter dated August 9, 1831, to a reviewer of John H. Sheppard's 
defence. 

Letter read from Hon. Quincy Adams, at the recent celebration of 

West India emancipation in Bangor, May 27, 1843. n. t. p. Svo. 
pp. 8. [114 

Addressed to Asa Walker, C. A. Stackpole and F. M. Sabine, committee 
of Correspondence. 

The same. Emancipator Extra. October 5, 1848. Tract No. 5. 

Liberty Incomplete, n. p. (Boston.) 12mo. pp. 8. [115 

Abams, John Ripley, D. D. 1802-66. Clergyman, Gorham, 1847-64. 

Memorial and letters of Rev. John R. Adams, D. D., chaplain of 

the Fifth Maine and the One Hundred and Twenty-first New York 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 13 

Kegiments during the war of the Kebellion. Serving from the 
beginning to its close. 

" He gave his body to that pleasant country's earth, and his pure soul unto 
his Captain Christ, under whose colors he had fought so long." 

Privately printed. 1890. n. p. 8vo. pp. 4, 242. [116 

Adams, Joxathax. 178.5-1861. Clergyman, Woolwich and Deer Isle. 
Marriages at Deer Isle, 1S32-.52, by Rev. Jonathan Adams. (Com- 
municated by his son, Eev. Jonathan E. Adams, D. D., of Bangor.) 
Bang. H. M. 5:156. (1890.) [117 

Eecord of Marriages by Rev. Jonathan Adams in Woolwich, Maine, 

(1817-31). (Contributed by his son, Rev. J. E. Adams, D. D., of 
Bangor.) Bang. H. M. 5: 218. (1890.) [118 

Adams, Jonathan Edwards, D. D. b. 1822. Clergyman, Bangor. 

Reports as secretary of the Maine Missionary Society, and for the 
trustees, from its 70th to 83d anniversary, 1877 to 1890; twelve 
years; 1877, of General Conference of Congregational Churches, 
pp. 61-110: 1878, pp. 107-126: 1879, pp. 11.3-152: 1880, pp. 124- 
138: 1881, pp. 186-225: 1882, pp. 163-208: 1883, pp. 181-201: 1884, 
pp. 164-186: 1885, pp. 221-242: 1886, pp. 221-251: 1887, pp. 184- 
202: and life members, pp. 221-233: 1888, pp. 231-261: 1889, pp. 
165-191 : 1890, pp. 186-217. [119 

Adams Moses, M. D. 1778-1839. Physician, Ellsworth. 

The trial of Moses Adams, high sheriff of the county of Han- 
cock, before the Supreme Judicial Court of the commonwealth 
of Massachusetts, on an indictment for the murder of his wife. 
(From minutes taken at the trial by John Bulfinch.) Boston: 
Printed and published by E. B. Tileston, No. 8 Congress Street. 
1815. 8vo. pp. 32. [120 

Adams, Samuel, LL. D., governor of Massachusetts, 1794-97. 

Letter to Samuel Freeman. 1777. Me. Rec. 2:186. (1885.) [121 
Adams, Samuel. 1745-1819. Physician, Bath. 

Biographical Notice of. 1842. See Bradford, Alden. 

Adams, Mes. Sarah Barnard, d. 1821, Vassalboro. 

Sermon on. 1821. .See Adams, Thomas. 
Sermon on. 1821. See Tappan, Benjamin. 

Adams, Solomon. 1797-1870. Clergyman and teacher, r. Machias 

and Portland, 1823^0. 
An Address delivered at North Yarmouth, April 28, 1830, before the 

Cumberland County Temperance Society. By Solomon Adams. 

Published by request of the society. Portland: Shirley, Hyde & 

Co. 1830. 12nio. pp. 12. [122 
The same. Second edition. 1830. 12mo. pp. 23. 



14 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Adams, Soi-omon, Continued. 

Report as secretary Cumberland Temperance Society. 1831. See 

Cumberland County. 
Classification of Knowledge. Am. Inst. Ins. p. 31. (1843.) [123 

Adams, Solomon. Farmington. Family of. 1881. See Swift, Josiah S. 

Adams, Thaddeus, Jr., and family. Brewer. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

Adams, Thomas, D. D. 1792-1881. Clergyman, Vassalboro, Winslow 

A Sermon delivered in Farmington (Maine) December 4, 1817; being 

the day set apart by the governor and council as a day of public 

thanksgiving and prayer. Hallowell: Printed by E. Goodale. 

1818. 8vo. pp. 16. [124 

A Sermon delivered at Vassalboro, June 24, 1821. The Lord's Day 

after the interment of Mrs. Sarah Barnard Adams. By Thomas 
Adams, pastor of the Congregational church in said town. Hal- 
lowell: Printed by Goodale, Glazier ct Co. 1821. 8vo. pp. 10. [125 

Sermon delivered in Augusta, September 11, 1828, at the annual 

meeting of the Kennebec Conference of Churches. By Thomas 
Adams, pastor of a church in "Vassalboro. Augusta: Printed by 
Eaton & Severance. 1828. 8vo. pp. 28. [126 

The Duty of Doing Good. Proverbs 19:17. A sermon delivered at 

Waldoborough, before the Maine Missionary Society, at their 
twenty-second anniversary. By Thomas Adams, pastor of a 
church in Vassalborough. Portland: Published by Shirley & 
Hyde. 1829, 8vo. pp. 29. [127 

An Address delivered to the Vassalborough Juvenile Temperance 

Society, Dec. 31, 1833. By Thomas Adams. [128 

Memoir of the Rev. Asa Burton, D. D., Thetford, Vt. Am. Q. Reg. 

10:321. (1838.) (Port.) [129 

The same. Printed separately, n. p. (Boston.) n. d. (1238.) 8 vo. pp. 

23. (Port.) 

David Thurston. By Rev. Thomas Adams, Vassalborough, Maine. 

Cong. Quar. 9:313, (1867.) (Port.) [130 

A Sketch of the Life of David Thurston, by Rev. Thomas Adams, 

Written for the Congregational Quarterly. Portland : Printed by 
B. Thurston & Co, 1867. Portrait, 8vo. pp. 80. [131 

Contains dedication sermon at Litchfield Corner, Feb. 12, 1863. 

Adams, Thomas, Machias. 

Brief Sketch of. 1890. See Green, Samuel A. 

Adams, Mrs. Thomas, Bangor, 

Sermon on. 1834. See Parker, Wooster. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 15 

Adams, W. S. & Co. Publishers, Boston. 

The Rockland, Belfast and Camden Directory and Business Direc- 
tory of Thomaston, for 1875, containing a complete list of the 
names of the citizens, their occupations and residences, a com- 
plete list of officers, societies, etc., and much other miscellaneous 
and valuable information. Price $2.00. W. S. Adams & Co., 
Publishers, 84 Washington St., Boston, Mass. Entered according 
to act of Congress in the year 1875, by W. S. Adams & Co., in the 
office of the librarian of Congress, at Washington. Alfred Mudge 
& Son, Printers, 34 School St., Boston. Svo. pp. 208, 42. [132 

Adams, William T. b. 1832. Author, Dorchester, Mass. 

The Yacht Club Series. Little Bobtail ; or the wreck of the Penob- 
scot. By Oliver Optic, author of "Young America Abroad," 
"The Army and Navy Series," "The Woodville Stories," "The 
Starry Flag Stories," "The Lake and Shore Stories," etc. With 
illustrations. Boston: Lee & Shephard, Publishers. New York: 
Shephard & Dillingham. 1872. 16mo. pp. 333. [133 

Addison. Incorporated 1796. 

Inhabitants on Pleasant River. 1778: Bang. H. M. 1: 173. (1885.) 

[134 

First settlers and proprietors who received deeds of land June 2, 

1794, under act of June 21, 1793, and plan of lots by Lothrop 
Lewis, Esq. Bang. H. M. 2: 20. (1886.) [135 

Prehistoric. Bang. H. M. 5:167. (1890.) [136 

Aged Persons in. Bang. H. M. 5: 169. (1890.) [137 

Additon, Mks. J. H. Rockland. 

The Operetta of Carlotta, in five acts. Libretto by Mrs. J. H. Ad- 
diton. Music arranged by James Wright. Rockland : Free Press. 
1870. Svo. pp. 16. [138 

An Address to the numerous and respectable inhabitants of the 
great and extensive district of Maine, friends, brethren, and fel- 
low citizens, of this important district, n. t. p. pp. 3. [139 
This begins, "The time draws nigh when ye must be, as the God of Nature 
intended ye should be, a free sovereign and independent state," and is 
signed "A number of your representatives," March, 1791. 

Address to inhabitants of Maine, on separation. 1791. See Davis 

Daniel. 

Address to the people of Maine, from the convention of delegates, 

assembled at Portland, n. p. n. d. Svo. pp. 7. [140 

Address of a convention of delegates from twenty towns and five 

plantations, within the counties of York, Cumberland and 
Lincoln, met by adjournment at Portland, on the twenty-eighth 
day of January, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-five, to 
the people of said counties, on the subject of their separation 



16 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

from Massachusetts. Printed at Portland by Thomas B. Wait, 
n. d. (1795.) 8vo. pp. 31. [141 

Signed by William (xorham, president, and Solomon Chase, secretary. 

Address of the ftfty-eight members of tlie Virginia Legislature to 

their fellow citizens in January, 1799. Augusta: (District of 
Maine). Printed by Peter Edes. 1799. 16mo. pp. 39. [142 

(An) Address to the inhabitants of Maine shewing a safe and easy 

method of extracting good from evil. Augusta: 1805. Svo. pp. 
11. [143 

(An) Address of the Bible Society of Maine, established in Port- 
land, August 30, 1808, 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. 1809. 8vo. pp. 14, 
(1). [144 

(An) Address to the electors of the county of Hancock, with the 

resolutions adopted at the convention, held at Buckstown. Sep- 
tember 15, 1812. Castine. Printed by Samuel Hall. 1812. 8vo. 
pp. 15. [145 

Address of the Cumberland Association, to the several churches 

and societies with which they are connected. Portland : Printed 
by Arthur Shirley. 1813. 8vo. pp. 8. [146 

Prepared by "VVintlirop Bailey, Reuben Nason and Francis Brown. 
Altbougb one thousand copies were printed, Rev. A. H. Wright in his 
centennial address, in 1888, inquired " Has any living member seen this 
pamphlet ? " 

Address of the carriers of the Portland Gazette to its patrons. 

Broadside. 19 1-2x9 inches. (Two columns of verse, dated Ga- 
zette Office, January 1, 1813.) [147 

Address to Mothers. 1816. Which preceded the constitution and 

rules of the "Maternal Association" of Portland, n. d. (1816.) 
n. t. p. 120. pp. 8. [148 

Address on separation of Maine from Massachusetts. 1816. See 

Orr, Benjamin. 

Addresses to the people of Maine. Addresses by John Holmes, 

Nathan Goold, John Davis, W. P. Preble, n. d. (1819.) Svo. pp. 8. 
Relating to the Brunswick Convention. [149 

Addresses of a committee from the counties of Cumberland, Lin- 
coln and Kennebec, to the people of Maine on separation, n. d. 
(1819.) (Broadside.) [150 

(An) Address to the people of Maine. Washington: Printed by 

Davis & Force, publishers of the National Calendar. 1820. 8vo. 
pp. 14. [151 

Relating to the admission of 'Maine into the Union. Signed by Martin 
Kingsley, Joshua Cushmau, Ezekiel Whitman and Enoch Lincoln, Repre- 
sentatives in Congress. 



BIBLIOGKAPHY OF MAINE. 17 

Address of the carriers of the Christian MiiTor, to its patrons. 

(Engraving of Bible.) Portland, January 1, 1827. Svo. pp. 16. [152 

An Address delivered at a meeting of the working-men of Bruns- 
wick, July ;>0, 1831, by a mechanic. Published by request of the 
meeting. Press of J. Griffin. 8vo. pp. [153 

Address to the community on the necessity of legalizing the study 

of anatomy. By order of the Medical Society of Maine. Bruns- 
wick: Press of Joseph Griffin. 1832. [154 

(An) Address delivered before the Union Temperance Society (con- 
sisting chiefly of gentlemen of the Bar) of Oxford County, Me., 
in the Court House at Paris, June 10, 1834. Boston: William 
Pierce, 9 Cornhill. 18.35. 12mo. pp. 23. [1.55 

(An) Address to the trafficers in intoxicating liquors in Bangor, by a 

committee appointed by the citizens. Bangor: Smith & Say ward. 
Printers, 1843. Svo. pp. 8. [156 

Eleven prominent citizens of all parties signed the address. 

Address to the Board of Managers of the Colonization Society of 

the State of Maine, n. p. (Portland.) n. d. (1855.) 2mo. pp. 7. [157 

Address to the people. By the State Temperance Convention. 

Held at Augusta, January 14th and 15th, 1868. n. t. p. [158 

(An) Address of the Democratic members of the Legislature, to the 

Democratic party iu Maine, n. p n. d. 8vo. pp. 8. [159 

Addresses to Sabbath-school scholars. By a superintendent. Portland: 
Shirley ct Hyde, Exchange Street. 1828. 18mo. pp. 108. [160 

"A. E. W." Pseud. See Alderdice, Elizabeth W. 

A(iAMEXTicrs. See York. 

Agassiz, Jeax Louis Rudolphe, LL. D. 1807-73. Naturalist, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 
Glacial Phenomena in Maine. At. Month. 19:211,281. (1867.) [161 

Geological Sketches. By L. Agassiz. Second series. Boston: 

Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 11 East Seventh Street, New 
York. The Riverside Press, Cambridge. 1886. 12mo. pp. 229. [162 
Glacial Phenomena in Maine, pp. 90-152. 

In September, 1864, Agassiz made an excursion into Maine, partly to ex- 
amine the drift phenomena on the islands and coast of that state and partly 
to study the so-called "horse backs." The journey proved to be one of the 
most interesting ht had made in this country with reference to local glacial 
phenomena. 

Compass in hand, he foUovped the extraordinary ridges of morainic mate- 
rial lying between Bangor and Katahdin, to the p;beene Mountains, at the 
foot of which are the Katahdin Iron Works. Returning to Bangor, he pur- 
sued with the same minute investigations, the glacial bracks and erratic 
material from that place to the sea-coast and to Mount Desert. Tlie details 
of this journey and its results are given in one of the papers contained in 
the second volume of his " Geological Sketches." Life of Agassiz, by his 
wife. 1885. p. 622. 

3 



m BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Agatha, a romance of Maine. 1S80. See Colby, John S. 

Aiken, Chakles Augustus, D. U. Princeton, N. J. Clergyman, Yar- 
mouth. 1854-59. 
A iSermon on temperance, delivered in the First Congregational 
church, Yarmouth, .Sabbath evening, Feb. 28, 1858. By Rev. 
Charles Aiken, Portland: Printed by David Tucker, 1858. 16mo. 
pp. 15. (The size of an ordinary Svo.) [163 

Akenside, Makk. 1721-70. English poet. 

The Pleasures of Imagination. A poem in three books. By Dr. 
Akenside. Portland: Printed by Thomas B. Wait & Co. 1805. 
Svo. pp. 84. [164 
The same. 1807. 12mo. pp. 81. (Illus). 

Akeks, Mks. Elizabeth, b. Strong, 1832. r. in Maine until 1863. 
Now r. Tuckahoe, N. Y. 
Forest Buds. By Florence Percy. Boston: Brown, Bazin & Co. 
1856. 12mo. pp. 207. [165 

Poems. By Elizabeth Akers. (Florence Percy.) Boston: Ticknor 

& Field. 1866. 16mo pp. vi. 251. [166 

This lias reached several editions. It contains "Rock 31e to Sleep," which 
appeared first in the Philadelphia Saturday Evening Post, in 1860. 

The Silver Bridge, and other Poems. By Elizabeth Akers. Boston : 

Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1885. 16mo. pp. 124. [167 

Some of the articles were written in Maine. 

The Triangular Society. Leaves from the life of a Portland 

family. Portland: Hoyt, Fogg & Donham. 1886. 12mo. pp.381. 

[168 

Queen Catherine's Eose. By Elizabeth Akers. Dublin: J. Charles 

& Son, Middle Abbey-street. London: Griffith & Farran, St. 
Paul's Churchyard. 1886. 12mo pp. 100. [169 

Two Saints. A tribute to the memory of Henry Bergh, founder 

of the First American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to 
Animals. Copyright. Portland, Maine. Brown Thurston & 
Co. n. d. (1888.) Ob. 16mo. pp. 12. [170 

Poem. The Pearl Diver. 1889. See Portland Public Library. 

The High-Top Sweeting and other Poems. By Elizabeth Akers. 

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1891. 16mo. pp. 141. [171 
Some of the poems were written in Maine. 

Akin, Thomas Beamish, D. C L. 1809-91. Barrister. Halifax, N. S. 

Selections from the public documents of the Province of Nova 

Scotia, published under a resolution of the House of Assembly 

passed Mar. 15, 1865. Edited by Thomas B. Aken, D. C L., 

commissioner of public records. The translations from the 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 19 

French by Benj. Curren, D. C. L. Halifax, N. S.: Charles An- 
nand, Publisher. 1869. Svo. pp. 755. [172 

Contains facsimile of Indian treaty at Falmouth (Casco), July 25, 172T. 
Albee, John. Clergyman, Xew Castle Island, near Eye, N. H. 

St. Aspenquid of Mt. Agamenticus. An Indian idyl. By John 
Albee. Portsmouth: Published by Lewis W. Brewster. 1879. 
12mo. pp. 24. [173 

Albiox. Incorporated 1804. 

Sermon before Universalist convention. 1840. See Forbes, Darius. 

Alden, Amasa. (?. 1899. 

A Poem on the grave, education and creed. By Amasa Alden. 
Livermore Falls: John Morrill, Printer. 1853. Sm. 8vo. pp. 26. 

[174 

Alden, AuGrsrrs. 1780-1850. Lawj^er, Augusta; Hallowell. 

An Address, delivered at Augusta, on the thirty-fourth anniversary 
of American Independence. July fourth, 1809. By Augustus 
Alden, Esq. Augusta: Printed by Peter Edes. 1809. Svo. pp. 12. 

[175 

Alden, Edmund Kimball, D. D. Boston: Clergyman, Yarmouth. 

1850-54. 

Two Discourses, delivered before the Congregational church and 
society in Yarmouth, Maine, on Sabbath morning and afternoon, 
January 29, 1854. By Edmund K. Alden, jjastor of the church. 
Published by request, for the use of the church and society 
Portland : Printed by David Tucker. 1854. Svo. pp. 30. [176 

Alden, Hiram Orlando. 1800-82. Lawyer, Belfast. 

Address delivered at the installation of the officers of the Belfast 
lodge, Feb. 15, 1826. By Brother Hiram Orlando Alden, Esq. 
Belfast: E. Fellowes, Printer. 1826. Svo. pp. 16. [177 

A Statement of the inducements which the Belfast and Moosehead 

Lake Eailroad Company presents to the merchants and property- 
holders of Boston, Mass., for investing in its capital stock. Bel- 
fast. 1863. 12mo. pp. 6. [178 

Sketch of. 1879. See Reid, James D. 

Alden, John and others. Sagatahoc, November, 29, 1890. At a treaty 
of peace with the eastern Indians enemy Sagamores. Mass. 
Hist. Soc. Coll. 3d. ser. 1.112.(1825.) [179 

Alden, Petek Oliver. 1770-1843. Lawyer, Brunswick, 1797-1843. 
Biographical sketch of. 1S63. See Willis, William. 

Alden, Timothy Jr., D. D. 1771-1839. Pittsburg, Penn. 

Memoir of Edward Tyng, Esquire of Boston; and of Hon. William 
Tyng, Esq., of Gorham. By Rev. Timothy Alden, Jr., honorary 



20 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Alden, Timothy Jr., D. D., Continued. 

member of the Massacliusetts Historical Society: of the Society of 
New York for the Promotion of Agriculture, Arts and Manufac- 
tures, and of the Boston Humane Society. Boston: Printed by 
Monroe & Parker, No. 4 Cornhill. 1808. 8vo. pp. 8. [180 

Memoir of Hon. William Tyng, Esq. By llev. Timothy Alden, 

Jr. Mass., Hist. Soc. Coll. 10: 186. (1809.) [181 

Alden' Kock, (Casco Bay). Tale of. 1849. <Sep Cutter, William. 

Aldkich, Aktemus, and family. 1899. See Porter, J. W. 

Aldbich, Peleg Emory, LL. D. 1813-95. Lawyer, Worcester, Mass. 
Massachusetts and Maine, their Union and Separation. 
By Judge P. Emory Aldrich, Worcester, Mass. Am. Antiq. Soc. 
Proc. pp. 43-64. (1878.) [182 

The same, in separate form. Worcester: 1818. 8vo. pp. 22. 

100 copies printed. 

Obituary of Leonard Woods. Am. Antiq. Soc. Proc. Report of 

the Council, pp. 12-15. (1879.) [183 

Alexander, Sir William. 1580-1640. 

Scotch Settlement in Canada. See Willis, William. 

Alfred. Incorporated 1794. 

Oration, 4 July, 1809. See Holmes, John. 

Sketch of. 1815. See Cogswell, Jonathan. 

Oration, 4 July, 1818. See Holmes, John. 

Address, temperance. 1822. See Whitman, Jason. 

Sermon before York Association. 1819. See Cogswell, Jonathan. 

Trial for Homicide. 1867. See Swett, Jane M. 

Centennial History. 1872. See Parsons, Usher. 

History. 1872. See Sanford, Everts & Co. 

Trial for Murder. 1873. See Wagner, Louis H. F. 

Epitaphs from Cemetery. 1878. See Boardman, S. L. 

Sermon, Methodist Semi-centennial. 1879. See Bradlee, Charles W. 

History, 1830. See Clayton, W. W. 

Records, Marriages, 1887. See Phoenix, George W. 

View of Shaker Village. 1884. See Avery, Giles B. 

Manual of the Congregational Church. Organized 1780. Sanford: 

W. A. Allen, Steam Printer. 1887. 16mo. pp. 32. [184 
Tombstone Inscriptions. 1888. See Sargent, W. M. 

Alger, Abry Langdon. Boston. 

A Collection of words and phrases taken from the Passamaquoddy 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 21 

tongue. By Abby Langdon Alger. Keacl before the American 
Philosophical Society, February 6, 1885. n. t. p. 8vo. pp. 15. [185 
Alger, Arthur Martineau. Boston. 

The Alger Family of Maine. N.E.Reg. 29:270. (1875.) [186 

Alger Family. (1875.) See Alger, Arthur M. 

Allan, George Hayavard. 1832-86. Boston. 

Memoir of Colonel John Allan; an officer of the Revolution. Born 
in Edinburgh Castle, Scotland, January 3, 1746. Died in Lubec, 
Maine, February 7, 1805. With genealogy. By George H. Allan, 
of New York. Albany: Joel Munsell, 1867, 8vo. pp. 32. [187 

Sketch of Col. John Allan, of Maine. By George H. Allan, Esq., of 

New York City. N.E.Reg. 30:353,(1876.) [188 

The same. Reprinted in separate form. Boston: 1876, 8vo. pp. 8. 

Allan, John. Revolutionary officer, b. Edinburgh, Scotland. 1746. 
d. Lubec, 1805. 

Narrative of. 1858. See Vose, Peter E. 

Memoir of. 1867. See Allan, George H. 

Memoir of. 1867. See Kidder, Frederic. 

Sketch of. 1876. See Allan, George H. 

Col. John Allan's day-book, kept at Machias, 1777. Bang. H. 

M. 4: 89. (1888.) [189 
Expenditure by Col. John Allan at Machias, 1777. Bang. H. M. 

5: 111. (1889.) [190 
Address of Col. John Allan at Machias. 1779. Bang. H. M. 4: 203. 

(1889.) [191 

Allderdice, Mrs. Elizabeth Wixslow. 

Heart's Delight. By E. A. W. New York: George W. Carleton. 

1879. 12mo. pp. 366. [192 
Over the Hill to the White House. Published by Denison & Co., 37 

Park Row, New York. n. d. (Copyright, 1881.) Sq. 16mo. pp. 26. 

[193 
Our President. "He being dead, yet speaketh." Hebrews 11, iv. 

By E. W. Allderdice. A Sequel to "Over the Hill to the White 

House." New York. 1881. Published by Denison & Co. 16mo. 

pp. 28. (Portrait of Garfield faces title-page.) [194 

Allegash and East Branch. 

Excursion to. 1857. See Thoreau, H. D. 

Allen, Amos. Bluehill and Family. 1890. See Candage, R. G. F. 

Allen, Benjamin. 1689-1754. Clergyman, Cape Elizabeth, 1734-54. 
Manuscript diary, referred to by S. P. Mayberry, N. E. Reg. 21 : 331. 
(1877.) [195 



22 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

ALLEiST, Benjamix Rl'ssell. Clergyman, South Berwick, 1S42-1S54. 

The Resijousibilities and Duties of American Citizens. A sermon 

preaolied in the Congregational church. South Berwick, Me., 

Thanksgiving day, December 19, 1850. By Rev. B. R. Allen. 

Published by request. Boston. 1851. 8vo. pp. 32. [196 

Allen, Charles Edwix. Dresden. 

Leaves from the Early History of Dresden. Read before the Maine 
Historical Society, March 27, 1880. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d ser. 
1:313. (1890.) [197 

Allex, Charles Frederic, D. D. Clergyman, h. Xorridgewock, 1810. 
r. Portland. 
Preface to "The Challenge." 1869. -See Fletcher, E. B. 

William Allen. Read before the Maine Historical Society, Feb. 26, 

1891. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d ser. 2:377. [198 

Industrial Education: An address before the graduating class of 

the New Haniijshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic 
Arts, April 29, 1879, by C. F. Allen, D. D., former president of 
the Maine State College. Manchester, N. H.: Printed by John 
B. Clarke. 1879. 8vo. pp. 14. [199 

Allen, Mrs. Charlotte H. Orono. 

Funeral Sermon on. 1852. <S'ee Leonard, H. C. 

Allen, Miss Eleanor. (Mrs. Martin Gay.) (/. 1858. Gardiner. 

The Siege of Agrigentum. A Poem. Bj' Eleanor Allen. Boston: 
Charles C. Little and James Brown. 1841. 12mo. pp. 79. [200 

Allen, Elisha Hunt, LL. D. 1804-83. Lawyer, r. Bangor, 1825-57. 

Speech on the bill "to provide revenue from imports," etc., in the 

House of Representatives, July 11, 1842. Washington: National 

Intelligencer Office. 1842. 8vo. pp. 20. [201 

Speech of Mr. Allen, of Maine, in reply to remarks of Mr. Holmes 

and other gentlemen, on Saturday and Monday last (July 25) dur- 
ing the discussion of the Army Bill, in allusion to the reported 
agreement between the minister of the United States and Great 
Britain for a settlement of the northeastern boundary, n. p. 
(Washington.) n. d. (1842.) Svo. pp. 8. [202 

On the Bill for the Termination of the Hawaiian Treaty. H. R. No. 

2924. Remarks of Mr. Elisha H. Allen and the Hawaiian min- 
ister, and George S. Boutwell, counsel, before the committee on 
foreign affairs. House of Representatives, February 19, and March 
6, 1882. Washington. 1882. Svo. pp. 25. (Government Printing 
Office.) [203 

Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 



BIBLIOGKAPHY OF MAINE. 23 

Allen, Eliza. Eastport. 

Autobiography of. 1851. See Billings, Eliza A. 

Allen, Mks. Elizabeth Akj:rs. See Akers, Elizabeth. 

Allen Family. 

Geneaology of 1658-1882. See Allen, William. 

Allen, Frederic, LL. D. 1780-1865. Lawyer, Gardiner, 1805-65. 

The Early Lawyers of Lincoln and Kennebec Counties. Me. Hist. 
Soc. Col. 6:39. (1859.) [204 

Contents: William Cushing, Charles Gushing, Roland Cushing, James 
Sullivan, .Tolii! Gardiner, "William Lithgow, Jr., Silas Lee, Benjamin Hasey, 
Jeremiah Bailey, .Josiah Stebbiiis, Benjamin Orr, James Bridge, Samuel S. 
Wilde, Thomas Rice, Nathaniel Perley, Solomon Vose, Thomas Bond, Ebene- 
zer T. Warren, Eleazer W. Ripley, Benjamin M hitwell, Nathan Bridge, San- 
ford Kingsbury, Timothy Boutelle, Lemuel Paine, Henry W. Fuller, Erastus 
Foote, John |Ocis, Hiram Belcher, Edward Kavanagh, Ebenezer Clap, Isaac 
G. Reed, Joseph Sewall, William J. Farley, Jonathan Cilley. 
Introducti07i. 

Biographical sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Allen, Fred Hovey. b. Lyme, X. H. 1845. r. in Maine, 188.5-89. 
Great Cathedrals of the World, one hundred and thirty full pages, 
executed in photogravure with explanatory and descriptive text, 
by Fred H. Allen. Boston: Haskell & Post. Two volumes, pp. 
text 320; 130 full-page illustrations. Size of page 12x27 inches. 
Total pp. 580. [205 

Modern German Masters. Text by Fred H. Allen, author of "Mas- 
terpieces of Modern German Art," " Glimpses of Parisian Art," &c. 
Illustrated by original designs and full-paged ga-avures, etchings 
by the artists. 2 vols. pp. 350. (100 full-page illustrations with 
100 original sketches by the artists.) [206 

The Bowdoin Collection. Text by Eev. Fred H. Allen, author of 

"Eecent German Art," "Glimpses of Parisian Art," "Modern 
German Masters," "Masterpieces of Modern German Art," etc. 
Part I-Y. Brunswick: Bowdoin College library. 1886. Entered 
according to act of Congress in the year 1886, by Eev. Fred H- 
Allen, in the office of the librarian of Congress, at Washington. 
Fol. n. pp. [207 

Each part contains four designs, with an introduction to each. 
The Bowdoin collection consists of the sketches gathered up in Europe 
before isil, by Hon. James Bowdoin, together with a number of valuable 
paintings secured by the same person. The value of the collection is great ; 
Perhaps America has no collection, with one exception, which is its superior. 

Grand Modern Paintings. A collection of one hundred photograv- 
ures, facsimiles of the most famous paintings of Europe. Bio- 
graphical and descriptive text, by Fred H. Allen. Vols. I-II. 
Haskell Publishing Company. Boston. 220 pages, text; 100 full 
page illustrations. Size of page, 14x20 inches. Total pp. 420. [208 



24 BIBLIOGUAPHY OF MAINE. 

Allen, Fred Hovey, Continued. 

Famous Paintings. Text by Fred H. Allen, author of "Great 

Cathedrals of the World," "Modern German Masters," "Master- 
pieces of Modern German Art," " Bowdoin Art Collection," 
" Glimpses of Parisian Art," "Adventures in Search of a Book," 
etc. Photogravures by Lakeside Press. Vols. I-II. Haskell & 
Post Co., Boston, and New York. Size of page, 12x18 inches. 
Text, pp. 260. (90 full page illustrations.) [209 

The Dore Album. Illustrated with photogravures. Text by Fred 

H. Allen, author of " Famous Paintings," " The Great Cathedrals 
of the World," "Modern German Masters," "Masterpieces of 
German Art," " Glimpses of Parisian Art," etc., etc. Printed at 
the Lakeside Press, Auburn, Maine. Size of page, 7x10 inches, 
pp. 32. [210 

The Gerome Album with photogravures. Text by Fred H. Allen, 

author of "Famous Paintings," "Great Cathedrals of the 
World," "Modern German Masters," "Masterpieces of German 
Art," "Bowdoin Art Collection," "Glimpses of Parisian Art," 
etc.. Auburn, Maine: Lakeside Press, Printers and Publishers. 
1889. Size 11x14 inches, pp. 48. [211 

Allen, Hannah Bowen. (Mrs. Frederic Allen.) Gardiner. 

Farmer Houston and the Speculator. A New England Tale. Port- 
land: O. L. Sanborn & Co. 1839. 18mo. pp. 69. [212 

A Poetical Geognasy. By Mrs. H. B. Allen, Boston: Charles C. 

Little and James Brown. MDCCCXLV. 12mo. pp. 34. 

Allen, John. (Campmeeting John.) Life of. 1888. See Allen, Stephen. 

Allen, J. W. 

Lecture at Portland. 1864. -See American Institute of Instruction. 

Allen, Joshua. 

Mortality in Augusta, Maine. 1852-.55. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 5:431. 
(1857.) [213 

Allen, Joseph Henry, D. D. b. 1820. Clergyman, Bangor, 1850-57. 
Discourse on the death of Hon. John Fairfield, in Washington, De- 
cember 25, 1847. Washington. 1848. Svo. pp. 27. [214 

The Great Controversy of States and People, being two discourses 

preached on Thanksgiving and Forefather's day, 1850, in the 
Union Street church, Bangor. By Joseph Henry Allen. Eevised 
and published by request. Boston: William Crosby and H. P. 
Nichols, 111 Washington St. 1851. 12mo. pp. 46. [215 

Comte's Positive Philosophy. Chr. Ex. 50: 174. (1851.) [216 

Benedict and the Monasteries. Univer. Q. 8:221. (1851.) [217 

Athenasius and the Arian Controversy. Univ. Q. 9: 35. (1852.) [218 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 25 

Conditions of Social Progress. Clir. Ex. 52:344. (1852.) 

A Manual of Devotions for Families and Sunday-schools. 

" The true worshipers shall worship the father in spirit and in truth. " 

Boston: Crosby, Xichols & Company. New York: C. S. Francis & 
Company. 1852. 12mo. pp. 16.3. [219 

Anschar, the Apostle of the North. Chr. Ex. 54:188. (1853.) [220 

Ewald's Hebrew History. Chr. Ex. .55:161. (18.53.) [221 

The Hebrew Prophets. Chr. Ex. 56:374- (18-54.) [222 

Prospects of American Slavery. Chr. Ex. 57:220. (1854.) [223 

Children of the Perishing and Dangerous Classes. N. A. Rev. 

79:406. (18-54.) [224 

A Reign of Terror. A sermon preached at the Union Street 

church, Bangor, on Sunday evening, June 1, 1856. By Joseph 
Henry Allen. Published by request. Bangor: Printed by Samuel 
S. Smith. 1856. 8vo. pp. 16. [225 

Newman's Hebrew Monarchy. Univer. Q. 13: 1. (1856.) [226 

The Church as a Social Power. Ch. Ex. 60:368. (1865.) [227 

On Some Foreign Charities. Relig. Mag. 17:73.(1857.) [228 

Elisha Kent Kane. A discourse preached at the Union Street 

church, Bangor, Sunday, March 1, 1857, by Rev. J. H. Allen, n. p. 
(Bangor, 1857.) 8vo. pp. 6. ' [229 

Proof of my Ministry. A farewell sermon preached in Union 

Street church, Bangor, May 24, 1857. By Joseph Henry Allen. 
Published by request. Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 
1857. 8vo. pp. 15. ■ [2:30 

Allen, Maria M. Brunswick. 

Notice of. 18.34. Sep Knapp, Samuel L. 

Allen, Nehemiah, and Family. Brooklin. 1889. See Philbrook, I. C 

Allen, Stephen, D. D. 1810-88. Clergyman. Brunswick; Win- 
throp. 
The Bible and National Prosperity: a Thanksgiving discourse 
preached in the Congregational church at Waterville, at a united 
meeting of the Baptist, Congregationalist and Methodist congre- 
gations, November 27, 1851. By Rev. S. Allen, pastor of the 
Methodist church in Waterville: Printed by Maxham & Wing. 
Eastern Mail Office. 1861. 8vo. pp. 24. [231 

Address delivered in the Congregational church, Feb. 9, 1869, at 

the funeral of John A. S. Fellows, B. A., late instructor of 
Bowdoin College By Rev. Stephen Allen, pastor of the Metho- 
dist church, Brunswick. Brunswick: Joseph Griffin. 1869. 8vo. 
pp. 19. [232 



26 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Allen, Stephen, D. D., Continued. 

With rilsbury, W. H. 

History of Methodism in Maine. 1793-1886. Published with the 
approval of the Maine and East Maine Conferences. By Rev. 
Stephen Allen. D. D., of the Maine Conference, and Rev. W. H. 
Pilsbury, of East Maine Conference. Augusta: Press of Charles 
E. Nash. 1887. 8vo. pp. xvi, 650. 

Book II. History of Methodism in East Maine. From date of 
its coming in 1793, to 1886. Published by request of the East 
Maine Conference. By Rev. W. H. Pilsbury. Augusta: Press 
of Charles E. Nash. 1887. pp. 282. (27 portraits; 6 engravings 
in both books, which are comjirised in one volume.) [283 

The Life of Rev. John Allen, better known as " Campmeeting 

John, " by Rev. Stephen Allen, D. D., to which is added tributes 
and eulogies, by Dr. Charles Cullis, Rev. B. B. Howard, Rev. 
Mark Trafton, D. D., Rev. J. W. Hamilton, D. D., Rev. William 
McDonald, Rev. S. B. Bates and others. Boston: B. B. Russell. 
57 Cornhill. 1888. Small 8vo. pp. 140. (1 port., 4 illus.) [234 

Allen, Weld Noble. 1837-75. b. Alfred. Commander U. S. N. 
Sketch of. 1876. See Herrick, Nathaniel J. 

Allen, Willam, D. D. 1784-1868. Clergyman and president Bow- 
doin College, 1820-39. 
A Sermon delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Asa Cummings, 
to the pastoral care of the First Church in North Yarmouth, 
February 14, 1821. By William Allen, A. M. president of Bow- 
doin College. Brunswick: Printed by Griflfin & Tappan. 1821. 
8vo. pp. 25. [235 

A Sermon delivered at Farmington, June 26, 1822, before the Maine 

Missionary Society, at their fifteenth anniversary. By William 
Allen, D. D., president of Bowdoin College. Hallowell : Printed 
by Goodale, Glazier & Co. 1822. Svo. pp. 40. [236 

An Account of shipwrecks and other disasters at sea. Designed to 

be interesting and useful to mariners. With an appendix, con- 
taining Dr. Payson's address to seamen, and a few prayers for 
their use. Compiled by a friend of seamen. Brunswick: Me: 
Printed by Joseph Griffin. 1823. 12mo. pp. xxiv, 335. [237 

A Sermon preached at the funeral of the Rev. Samuel Eaton, of 

Harpswell, who died Nov. 5, 1822, in the 59th year of his minis- 
try, aged 85 years. By William Allen, D. D., president of Bow- 
doin College. Brunswick: Printed by J. Griffin. 1823. Svo. pp. 
23. [238 

A Sermon delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Jacob C. Goss, 

as pastor of the Congregational church and society in Topsham, 
December 8, 1824. By William Allen, D. D., president of Bow- 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 27 

doin College. Portland: Printed by J. Griiffin. 1825. 8vo. pp. 
24. [239 

-Value of the Bible: a discourse delivered at Portland, May 4, 1826, 
before the Bible Society of Maine. By William Allen, D. D., 
president of Bowdoin College. Portland: Printed at the Mirror 
Office. 1826. 8vo. pp. 28. [240 

-Junius Unmasked; or Lord George Sackville proved to be Junius 
With an appendix, showing that the author of the letters of Ju- 
nius was also the author of " The History of the Reign of George 
III," and author of "The North Briton," ascribed to Mr. 
Wilkes. Embellished with a print of Sackville. Movet Urna 
Nomen. Boston: Hilliard, Gray, Little and Wilkins. 1828. 
12mo. pp. 187. [241 

-A Lecture on the doctrine of universal salvation, delivered in the 

chapel of Bowdoin College. By William Allen, D. D., president 

of Bowdoin College. Published by request of the students. 

Brunswick: Printed by Moore & Wells. 1828. 8vo. pp. 40. [242 

For a reply, ^See Ball our, Walter. 

-An Address occasioned by the death of Nathan Smith, M. D., first 
lecturer in the Medical School of Maine, at Bowdoin College, de- 
livered by appointment of the Faculty of Medicine, March 26, 

1829. By William Allen, D. D., president of Bowdoin College. 
Brunswick: G. G. Griffin, Printer. 1829. 8vo. pp. 31. [243 

-Ordination by Elders Vindicated. A discourse delivered May 12, 

1830, at the Dudlean lecture at Harvard College. By William 
Allen, D. D., president of Bowdoin College. Boston: Published 
by Pierce & Williams. 1830. Svo. pp. 43. [244 

Noticed in Sp. Pilgrims, 9:502. J,1S30.) 

-A Decade of Address, delivered from 1820 to 1829, to the senior 
class at Bowdoin College: together with an inaugural address: 
to which is added a Dudlean lecture, delivered May 12, 1830, at 
Harvard University. By William Allen, D. D., president of 
Bowdoin College. Concord: Horatio Hill & Co. MDCCCXXX.. 
12mo. pp. 272. [245 

-The same. Boston: Hilliard, Gray, & Co., MDCCCXXX. 16mo. 
pp. 272. 

-Congress of Nations. Am. Q. Reg. 2:50. (1830.) [246 

-Account of Arnold's Expedition to Quebec. Compiled by William 
Allen. Coll. Me. Hist. Soc. 1 : 499. (1831.) [247 

-The Minister's Warfare and Weapons. A sermon, preached at the 
installation of Rev. Senaca White, at Wiscasset, April 18, 1832. 
By William Allen, D. D., president of Bowdoin College. Pub- 
lished by request of the committee. Brunswick: Press of Joseph 
Griffin. 1832. Svo. pp. 31. [248 



28 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Ali.en, Wii.llam, I). D., Continued. 

Freedom Conferred only by the Gospel. A sermon preached in 

New York, October 3, 1832, before the American Board of Com- 
missioners for Foreign Missions. By William Allen, D. D., pres- 
ident of Bowdoin College. Boston: Printed by Crocker & 
Brewster, 47 Washington Street. 1832. 8vo. pp. 38. [249 

The same. New York. 1832. 8vo. pp. 1.5. 

The same. Sermon CXXXII. Preached 'in New York, October 3, 

1832, before the American Board of Foreign Missions. By 
William Allen, I). D., president of Bowdoin College, Maine. 
Freedom Conferred only by the Gospel. John: viii, .36. If the 
son shall make you free, you shall be free indeed. Am. Nat. 
Preach. 7: 6.5. (1832). [2.50 

An American Biographical and Historical Dictionary, containing 

an account of the lives, characters and writings of the most 
eminent persons in North America from its first settlement, and 
a summary of the history of the several colonies and of the 
United States. By William Allen, D. D., president of Bowdoin 
College, Fellow of the Amer. Acad, of Arts & Sciences, & 
member of the Amer. Antiq. Soc. & of the Hist. Soc. of Maine, 
New Hampshire, New York. Quique sui memores alias 
fecere merendo . Virg. Second edition. Boston: William 
Hyde & Co. 1832. 8vo. pp. 800. [251 

The first edition, published in 180'J, contained more than TOO notices. It 
was the earliest book of general biography which appeared in the United 
States. In the second edition, 1100 new names are given. A third edition, 
issued in 1857, contained over 4000 biographical articles. 

Sermons of. Am. Mo. Rev. 2:129. (1832.) [252 

Lectures to young men: to which is added the Dudlean lecture, 

delivered May, 1830, at Harvard University. Boston: Lilly, 
Wait, Colman and Holden. Portland: Colman, Holden & Co. 

1833. 22mo. pp. 272. (Port.) [253 
Congress of Nations. Address before the *. B. K. at Bowdoin Col- 
lege, Sept. 5, 1833. Quar. Obser. 2:5. (1834.) [2.54 

Defensive War Vindicated. Calumet, 1 : .524. (1834.) [255 

Psalms and Hymns for Public Worship, containing all the psalms 

and hymns of Dr. Watts, which are deemed valuable, together 
with a new version of all the psalms, and many original hymns, 
besides a large collection from other writers. By William Allen, 
D. D., president of Bowdoin College: Author of the "Amer. Biog. 
and Hist. Dictionary." Boston: Wm. Pierce: New York: 
Leavitt, Lord & Co. Hartford: D. Burgess & Co. 1835, 12mo. 
pp.XLVlI. (Reverse Printed by J. Griffin, Brunswick.) (680.) [2-56 

^Wunnissoo, or the vale of Hoosatunnuk. A poem, with notes. By 

William Allen, D. D., member of the Historical Societies of Mas- 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 29 

sachusetts, Maine and Xew Hampshire, Xew York and New 
Jersey: late president of Bowdoin College: author of the 
" American Biographical Dictionary." Boston : Published by John 
P. Jewett & Company. Cleveland, Ohio: Jewett, Proctor & 
Worthington; New York: Sheldon, Blakeman & Company. 
MDCCCLVI. 16mo. pp. 287. [257 

Commenced at Brunswick in 1825. Completed in 1856. 

Notice of. 1857. See Willis, William. 

Discourse at his funeral. 1868. See Sprague, William B. 

Allex, William. 1780-1873. Norridgewock. 

The History of Norridgewock : comprising memorials of the original 
inhabitants and Jesuit missionaries, hardships of the pioneers, 
biographical notices of the early settlers, and ecclesiastical 
sketches. "A man was famous according as he had lifted up 
axes upon the thick trees." Ps. 74: 5. Norridgewock: Published 
by Edward J. Peet. 1849. 12mo. pp. 252. (Plates.) [258 

History of the Town of Industry, Me., by William Allen. 1854. 

M. Littlefield, Printer. Skowhegan. 12mo. pp. 44. [259 

The same. From the first settlement in 1791. By William Allen. 

Second edition. Improved and enlarged. 1869. Skowhegan: 
Smith & Emery, Printers. 1869. 8vo. pp. 48. 

Sandy River Settlement. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 4: 29. (1856.) [260 

Biographical sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Genealogy of Allen from 1568. Skowhegan: Boies & Spaulding, 
Printers. 1868. 8vo. pp. 14. [261 

A Genealogy of the Allen Family, from 1568 to 1882. Compiled by 

Hon. William Allen. Revised by Joshua Allen. Farmington: 
Chronicle Book & Job Press, 1882, 8vo. pp. 31, 4. (Family 
Arms.) [262 

Extract from an obituary record in Norridgewock, in the county of 

Somerset, Maine, from 1832 to 1867, 35 years. Hist. Mag. 2d ser. 
7: 249. (1870.) [263 

Old Point Monument, at Norridgewock. Hist. Mag. 2d. ser. 9 : 399. 

(1871.) [264 

Sketch of. 1875. See Boardman, S. L. 

Now and Then. By the late William Allen, Esq., of Norridgewock. 

Read at the winter session, Augusta, January, 1868. Me. Hist. 
Soc. Coll. 8: 266. (1816.) [:^65 

Bingham Land. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 7:351. (1876.) [266 

Minutes of the Brunswick convention of 1816, taken and pre- 
served by the late William Allen of Norridgewock, a member of 
the same. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d ser. 2:129. [267 

Sketch of. 1891. See Allen, C. F. 



30 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 



Allen, Willis Boyd. b. Kittery, 1855. Lawyer/Boston. 

Silver Rags, by Willis Boyd Allen, author of "Pine Cones," 
" Like beggared princes of the wood, 
In silver rags the birches stood." 

Boston: D. Lothrop Company, Franklin and Hawley Street, 
n. d. (Copyright-1886.) 16mo. pp. 224. (Illus.) [268 

Describes a vacation in Maine. 

Kelp. A story of the Isles of Shoals. By Willis Boyd Allen, au- 
thor of " Pine Cones," "Silver Rags, The Xorthern Cross," 
"Christmas at Surf Point," "The Mountaineers," etc. Boston: 
D. Lothrop Company, Publishers, Franklin and Hawley Streets. 
1888. 16mo. pp. 242. (Illus.) [269 

Allyn, John, D. D. 1767-1833. Clergyman, Duxbury, Mass. 

The Office of a Bishop a Good Work. Illustrated in a sermon, de- 
livered November 14, 1793, in the East Parish of Pownalborough, 
at the ordination of Alden Bradford, to the Episcoi^al care of the 
Christian society of that place. I magnify mine office.... PawZ. 
Printed by Samuel Hall, Xo. 53 Cornhill, Boston, 1704, Svu. pp. 31. 

[270 

Allyn, Rrrus Bradfokd. 179:3-1857. Lawyer, Belfast. 1816-57. 

Notice of. N.E.Reg. 11:183.(1857.) [271 

Notice of. 1864. See Palmer, Joseph. 

Almanacs. 

Astronomical Diary or Almanack. 1788-97. See Low, Nathanael. 

Astronomical Diary or Almanack. 1807-09. See Sewall, Daniel. 

Belfast City Almanac. 1877. -See Belfast. 

Bickerstaffs'. 1786-87. See George, Daniel. 

Bickerstaffs'. 1S02. See Bickerstaffs' Almanack. 

Calendar of Maine, or eastern almanack. 1797. See Livermore, 

Daniel. 
Century. 1857. See King, Cyrus W. 
Eastern Standard. 1883-84. See Hoyt, Edmund S. 
Farmers'. 1821. <S'ee Farmer's Almanac. 
Farmers' Almanac. 1797. See Wait, Thomas B. 
Farmers'. 1822. Sec Sewall, William B. 
Farmers' Club. 1889. See Farmers' Club Almanac. 
Historical, relating to Richmond. 1888. See Richards, C. W. 
Knowles' Bangor Business. 1875. See Roberts, Charles P. 
Low's, an astronomical diary or almanack. 1786-1812. See Low, 

Nathanael. 
Low's Genuine Almanack. 1813, 1814. See Low, Nathanael. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 31 

Low's. Xew England Farmer's Almanack. 1815. See Low, 
Nathanael. 

Low's Almanack and Agricultural Register 1816, 1817. See Low, 

Nathanael. 
Low's Almanack and Astronomical and Agricultural Register. 

1818, 1819. See Low, Natlianael. 
Low's Almanack, and Agricultural Kalendar. 1820. See Low, 

Nathanael. 
Low's Almanack. 1821, 1822. See Low, Nathanael. 
Low's Almanack, Mechanic's and Farmer's Calendar. 1823. 1827. 

See Low, Nathanael. 
Maine Farmer's. 1819-1822. See Springer, Moses. 
The same. 1823-64. See Robinson, Daniel. 
The same. 1865-66. See Chase, Charles B. 
The same 1867-74. See Richardson, Hobart W. 
The same. 1875-90. See Fish, Charles. 
Maine Almanack and Register. 1805. See Maine. 
New Maine Farmer's Almanac. 1849. See Maynard, A. 
Perpetual, for one hundred years. 1856. See Dresser, Richard. 
Portland Almanac and Register. 1860. See Dockham, C. Augus- 
tine. 
Sande awikhigan. (Indian pictorial calendars.) 1861, 1862, 1867, 

1871, 1S73, 1874, 1875, 1876. See Vetromile, Eugene. 
Weather wise's Almanack. 1787. See Wait, Thomas B. 
York, Cumberland and Lincoln Almanack. 1788, 1792, 1793, 1794, 

1796. See Wait, Thomas B. 
The same. 1789. See Low, Nathanael. 

Alxa. Incorporated 1794. 

Discourse. Obligations. 1813. See Ward, Jonathan. 

Sermon, Fast. 1815. See Ward, Jonathan. 

Sermon. Ord. S. Johnson. 1818. See Thurston, David. 

Address before sufferers by fire. 1824. See Packard, Hezekiah. 

Sermon. Farewell. 1828. See Johnson, Samuel. 

Sermon. 1831. See Harris, Moses T. 

Alna Lodge. History Supplement. ISSO. 

Poem. Centennial. 1889. See Denison, Charles H. 

Alpha Delta Phi. 

Oration and poem delivered before the Alpha Delta Phi conven- 
tion, held with the Williams Chajjter, Wednesday and Thursday, 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Alpha Delta Phi, Continued. 

May 23 and 24, 1877. Orator, Rev. Edward Everett Hale, of Bos- 
ton, Mass. Poet, Prof. Henry L. Chapman, of Bowdoin C'ollege. 
n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 29. [272 

Amblee, Isaac W. 

Biography of. 1860. See Freeman, William P. 

America. 

Early Voyages to 1869. Sec Baxter, James P. 

Narrative and Critical History of. 1884-1889. See Winsor, Justin. 

America Painted to the Life. 1859. -See Gorges, Sir Ferdinando. 

Ameeican Adventuke, by Land and Sea. Being remarkable instances 
of enterprise and fortitude among Americans; shipwrecks, ad- 
ventures at home and abroad, Indian captives, etc. In two 
volumes. New York: Harper & Brothers, Cliff Street, n. d. 
(Copyright, 1841.) 24mo. pp. 29.3 and 302. [273 

Escape of two distinguished American prisoners (Gen. Wadsworth and 
Major Barton) from tlie British, 1 : 4G; A Forest on Fire, 277; Wreck of the 
Nottingham Galley, 2: 7. 

Ameeican Ancestry : giving the name and descent in the male line of 
Americans whose ancestors settled in the United States previous 
to the Declaration of Independence, A. D., 1776. Vol. III. Em- 
bracing lineages from the whole of the United States. 1888, 
"Those who do not look upon themselves as a link connecting 
the past to the future do not perform their duty to the world." 
Daniel Webster. Monogram: Motto: Aldi-Dlficijmlus Albamensis. 
Albany, N. Y.: Joel Munsell's Sons, 82 State Street. 1888. Roy. 
8vo. pp. 229 [274 

Contains ancestry of Charles S. Drake, John E. DeM'itt, Tortland; Samuel 
F. Dike, J. Lufl<in Douglas, Bath; George E. B. Jackson, Portland; William 
B. Lapham, Augusta; Augustus F. Moulton, Portland; Albert \V. Paine. 
Bangor; Parker M. Reed, Bath; William M. Sargent, Portland ; Howard D, 
Smith, Norway; John F. Spragne, Monson ; Horatio P. Thompson, Belfast; 
Stephen M. Watson, Portland; George A. Wheeler, Castine; A. Tenny 
White, Biddeford; Joseph Williamson, Belfast. 

The same. Vol. IV. 1889. 8vo. pp. 247. 

Contains ancestry of Isaac S. Bangs, Waterville; Eli B. Bean, Brownfield; 
Bion Bradbury, Portland; James W. Bradbury, Augusta; Kimball Eastman, 
Cumberland Mills; John Gerrish, Jr., Portland; Hannibal Hamlin, Bangor; 
George F. Holmes, Portland; Charles T. Libby, Portland; Albion K. P. 
Meserve, Portland; Fabius M. Ray, Westbrook ; James B. Thornton, Scar- 
boro; Israel P.Warren, Portland; Dexter C. Washburn, Lewiston; Henry 
W. Wheeler, Brunswick; Joseph H. Williams, Augusta; Peter C. Vose, 
Deunysville. 

The same. Vol. V. 1890. 8vo. pp. 240. 

Contains ancestry of Henry S. Burrage, Portland; Jonathan P. Cilley, 
Rockland; Leonard Cooper, Pittston; Henry N.Fairbanks, Bangor; James 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 33 

Gr. Garland, Biddeford; Joseph S. Gilliatt, rortlaiid; Archelaus Lewis, Fal- 
mouth; Frank B. Miller, Gushing; Samuel Palmer, Pittston; William Torrey, 
Bath. 

American Antiquarian Society. 

Proceedings at the semiannual meeting held in Boston, April 24. 
1867. Cambridge. Press of John Wilson & Son. 1867. 8vo. pp, 
141. [275 

Records of the Council for Xew England, (concerning the Kennebec 
Patent.) p. 35. 

American Authors. 

List of American writers. 1833. Am. Quar. Reg. 6: 23. (1833.) [276 
Of 496 names, are only the following from Maine : Jesse Appleton, Bruns- 
wick; Charles Jenkins, Portland; Jonathan M. Sewall, York. Living authors 
were not included. 

American Biographical Dictionary. 1832. 
See Allen, "William. 

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 

Report of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Mis- 
sions, presented at the twenty-ninth annual meeting, held in the 
city of Portland, Me., Sept. 12, 13, and 14, 1838. 8vo. pp. 151, (1.) 

[277 

Report of A-B of C for F-M-, presented at the forty-second annual 

meeting held at Portland, Me., Sept. 9-12, 1851. Boston: W. R. 
Marvin. 1851. 8vo. pp. 225, (1.) [278 

Seventy-second Annual Report of the A-B-C-F-M-, presented at the 

meeting held at Portland, Me., October 3-6, 1882. Boston: River- 
side Press, Cambridge. 1882. 8vo. pp. Ixxvi. 115. [279 

(An) American Citizen. 

The American Boundary Question. 
" 'Tis the last stone 

That makes the arch. The rest that there were put 
Are nothing till that comes to bind and shut : 
Then stands it a triumphant mark ! then men 
Observe the strength, the height, the way, and when 
It was erected : and still walking under. 
Meet new matter to look up and wonder." 

Be>' Jonsox. 

By an American citizen: New Haven: Printed for the author, by 
W. Storer, Jun. 1840. [280 

(The) American Citizen's Sure Guide: Being a collection of most 
important State papers, such as The Declaration of Independ- 
ence; Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union; the Con- 
stitution of the United States; All the Treaties now in Force 
which the United States has ever Made; Merchants' and Seamen's 



34 BIBLIOGRArHY OF MAINE. 

(The) American Citizen's Sure Guide, Continued. 

Acts; Duties on Goods, Wares and Merchandise; The Census as 
taken in 1800, etc., etc. Printed for Charles Peice of Portsmouth, 
N. H., proprietor of the work. By S. Sewall, Kennebunk. (Dis- 
trict of Maine.) MDCCCIV. 16mo. pp. 356. (Index, 2 pp.) [281 

American Education Society. 

Fifty-sixth Annual Report of the Directors of the American Educa- 
tion Society, presented at the annual meeting held in the city of 
Boston, May 29, 1872. Boston: Press of T. R. Marvin & Son, 
131 Congress Street. 1872. 8vo. pp. 60. [282 

Address bj' Rev. Ezra H. Byington, pp. 57-60. 

American Institute of Instruction. 

The Lectures delivered before the American Institute of Instruction 
at Portland, August 30 and 31, 1844. Including the journal of 
proceedings, and a list of the officers. Published under the di- 
rection of the Board of Censors. Boston: William D. Ticknor 
& Co. 1845. 8vo. pp. 309. [283 

Lectures. The Religious Element in Education, by Calvin E. Stowe; Fe- 
male Education, by William Russell ; On Some of the Obstacles to the 
Greater Success of Common Schools, by Charles Northend; Some of the 
Dangers of Teachers, by Daniel P. Galloup ; On the Introduction of Natural 
History as a Regular Classic in our Seminaries, by Charles Brooke; On 
Classical Instruction, By A. H. "Weld; On School Discipline, by Joseph Hale; 
On Method of Teaching to Read, by Samuel S. Green; Tlie Duty of the Amer- 
ican Teacher, by John X. Bellows; The Necessity of Education in the Re- 
publican Form of Government, by Horace Mann. 

The Lectures delivered before the American Institute of Instruc- 
tion, at Bangor, Me., August, 1848, including the journal of pro- 
ceedings and a list of officers. Published under the direction of 
the Board of Censors. Boston: William D. Ticknor & Co., 
corner of Washington and School Streets. 1848. 12mo. pp. 
xxii: 140. [284 
Lectures. 1. Failure in Teaching. By John Kingsbury. 2. Cooperation 
of parents and teachers. By Jacob Bachelder. 3. The Qualification of the 
Teacher. By Rev. Nathan Munroe. 4. On School Government. ByJ. D. 
Philbrick. 5. The Improvement of Common Schools. ByWm. D. Swan. 

The Lectures delivered before the American Institute of Instruction, 

at Portland, Me., August, 1864. Including the journal of pro- 
ceedings and a li.st of officers. Published under the directions 
of the Board of Censors. Boston: Committee of publication. 
1865. 16mo. pp. xci, (1), 87. [285 

Forty-seventh Annual Meeting of the American Institute of In- 
struction. Lectures, discussions and proceedings. Bar Harbor, 
Me., July 6-9, 1886. Published by order of the Board of Direct- 
ors. Boston: Willard Small. 1887. lOmo. pp. xxix, 243. 

Addresses. I. President's Address, by Hon. J. W. Patterson, LL. D; II. 
Education as a Preventive and Cure for Crime, by Supt. S. T. Dunton; III. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 35 

Chief Needs of the Schools, by Supt. G. A. Littlefleld; IV. The new de- 
partment in Education, by Prof. A. S. Hardy; V. The Study of Anglo- 
Saxon, by Prof. L. Sears; VI. Methods, their Use and Abuse, by Prof . 
Albert C. Perkins; VII. Overwork in Public Schools, by Pres. Wm. De- 
Witt Hyde, D. D; VIII. Confessions of a Schoolmaster, by M. A. Newell, 
LL. D; IX. The study of English Literature, by Emily G.Wetherbee; X. 
Temperance Teaching in Schools, by Axel Gustafon; XI. The Right and 
Duty of the State to Educate its Children, by Col. Nicholas Van Slyck; XII. 
School Instruction and the Labor Question, by Hon. Edward Atkinson. 

Amekicax Militaky Biography, containing the lives and characters 

of the officers of the Revolution: also of Lafayette. Cincinnati: 

1834. 8vo. pp. 515. [286 

The sketch of Gen. Henry Knox is taken from Thatcher's Military Journal. 

Amekicax Missioxaky Associatiox. 

The Twenty-ninth Annual Report of the American Missionary Asso- 
ciation and the proceedings of the annual meeting held at Mid- 
dletown, Conn., October 27tli and 28th, 1875, together with a list 
of the life-members added during the year. ]S^ew York: Pub- 
lished by the American Missionary Association, office 56 Reade 
Street. 1875. 8vo. pp. 93. [287 

Sermon on " The Unfailing Virtue, " by Rev. William M. Barbour, pp. 
83-93. 

(The) Americax Portrait Gallery. With biographical sketches of 
presidents, statesmen, military and naval heroes, clergymen, 
authors, poets, etc., etc. Steel plate illustrations. New York: 
J. C. Buttre, Publisher, 48 Franklin Street. (Copyright, 1877.) 
3 Vols. Royal 8vo. Not paginated. [288 

Sir William Pepperrell, with portrait, VoL I. No. 61 in list of contents. 

Hannibal Hamlin, with portrait, VoL II. No. 68 in list of contents. 

Americax Presidents (The). 

Sat. Rev. 57: 598, 58: 4. (1884.) [289 

Subject, the rival candidates, Blaine and Cleveland. 

(The) American Shipmaster's Daily Assistant: or compendium of ma- 
rine law and mercantile regulations and customs : being a correct 
and useful guide to all men of business, especially those em- 
ployed in the merchant service. Explaining by judicial decisions, 
the duty, authority, responsibility of shipmasters, and the liabil- 
ity of ship owners for the contracts, or misconduct of those they 
employ as masters. Containing also a great variety of useful 
tables, and commercial forms, calculated to assist ship-owners 
consignees, super-cargoes, and masters of vessels. The whole 
carefully compiled from undoubted authorities ; and revised, com- 
pared and corrected by a gentleman of distinguished commercial 
information. In one volume. Portland: Printed for Daniel John- 
son. Sold by Thomas & Whipple, Xewburyport. 1807. 8vo. pp. 14, 
608. (Plate.) [290 



36 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

American Writers. American Almanac. 1840. 67-83. [291 

The list embraces' 770 names of deceased authors, among whom 11 were of 
Maine, viz: .lesse Appleton, Brunswick; Samuel Deane, I'ortland; Moses 
Greenleaf, Williamsburg; Moses Hemmenway, Wells; Charles Jenkins, Port- 
land; Enoch Lincoln, Paris; Joseph AIcKeen, Brunswick; Samuel Moodey, 
York; Edward Payson, Portland; Sebastian Rale; J. M. Sewall, York; Amos 
Stoddard, Hallowell. 

America's Younger Poets. A collection of poems by America's 
younger poets. Vol. I. Philadelphia: The Westminister Pub- 
lishing Co., 619 Walnut Street, MDCCCLXXXVIII. [292 
Contain " Pleasure, " and " Heaven's Edelweiss; " poems by Miss Grace 
H. Boutelle, of Bangor. 

Americus. Pseud. 

Charles Walgrave, or the last of the frigate Adams. A tale of the 
last war with Great Britain. By Americus. Thomaston: Cor- 
thell & Swan. 1851. [293 

Ames, Benjamin. 1778-1835. Lawyer, Bath. 

An Oration pronounced at Bath, in the District of Maine on the 
Fourth of July A. D., 1808, in commemoration of the American 
Independence. By Benjamin Ames. Portland: From the Ar- 
gus Press. 1808. 8vo. pp. 18. [294 

Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Brief Sketch of. 1890. See Green, Samuel A. 

Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Encly. Maine. 

Ames, Thomas, d. 1826. Clergyman, Islesboro, 1794-1809. 
Sketch of. See Porter, J. W. 

Amoky, Thomas Coffin. 1812-88. Boston. 

Life of James Sullivan. With selections from his writings. By 
Thomas C. Amory. Boston: Phillips, Sampson and Company, 13 
Winter Street. 1859. 8vo. Vol. I. pp. xii, 414. (Portrait.) Vol. 
II. pp. V, 424. [295 

The Military Services and Public Life of Major-General John Sulli- 
van, of the American Kevolutionary army. By Thomas C. 
Amory. Boston: Wiggin and Lunt. Albany X. Y., J. Munsell. 
1868. 8vo. pp 320. [206 

Daniel Sullivan's Visits, May and June, 1781, to General John 

Sullivan, in Philadelphia, to explain declaration in Sir Henry 
Clinton's secret journal. By Thomas G. Amory. (Reprinted 
irom a paper read to the Massachusetts Historical Society, March 
1884). With additional comments. Cambridge: John Wilson 
<fe Son, Univer.sity Press. 1884. 8vo. pp. 23. [297 

Also in Mass. Hist. Soc. Proc. 2d. ser. 1:47. (1884.) 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 37 

Lettei* from Thomas C. Amory, concerning the course pursued by 

General Sullivan and his brother in 1781. Mag. Am. Hist. 11: 3.54. 

1884.) [298 

Relates to Daniel Sullivan of Sullivan. 

Ancient Dominions of Maine. 1859. 
See Sewall, Rufus K. 

Ancient Harmony reviewed. 1847. See Symphonia Grandfeva 
Rediviva. 

Ancient Land Grants East of Penobscot River. No. I. Bang. H. 
M. 1: 29. (1885.) [299 

The same. Xo. II. Bingham's Penobscot Purchase. Bang. H. M. 

1: 33. (1885.) ^ [300 

Anderson, Hugh Johnston. 1801-81. Belfast; Portland. Gov- 
ernor of Maine. 
Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Encly. Maine. 

Anderson, Isaac Parsons. 1798-1818. North Yarmouth. 

Memoir of Isaac P. Anderson, A. B. Who died at Beverly, Mass., 
Dec. 16, 1818. In the twenty-first year of his age. 
Per varies casus, per tot discrimina rerum, 
Tendemus. ViBGIL. 

Earth's flattering trifles now shall tempt in A'ain 
Nor interrupt my sweet, my blest employ. — Steele. 

Boston: Published by Samuel T. Armstrong. No. 50 Cornhill. 
M. Crocker, Printer. 1819. 12mo. pp. 143. [301 

Anderson, John. 1792-1853. Lawyer, Portland. 

Speech of Mr. Anderson of Maine, on the proposed inci'ease of the 
tariff: delivered in the House of Representatives of the United 
States, March 5, 1828. n. t. p. 8vo. pp. 8. [302 

Anderson, John Farwell. 1823-87. Civil engineer, Portland. 
Memoir of. 1889. See Bodge, George M. 

Anderson, Martin Brewer, LL. D. 1815-90. Educator. r. 
Waterville, 1842-50. 

Origin and Political Life of the English Race. Ch. E. 15: 30. (1850.) 

[303 
The above is a review of "John Mitchell Kemble's Saxons in England." 

Anderson Pedigree. 1889. See Bodge, George M. 

Anderson, Rufus, D. D. 1763-1814. Clergyman, North Yarmouth, 
1794-1804. 
Two Discourses, delivered on the public fast, in the Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts, April 8, 1802, by Rufus Anderson, A. M., pas- 
tor of the Second church in North Yarmouth. Portland : Printed 
E. A. Jenks. 1802. 8vo. pp. 40. [304 



38 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Anderson, Thomas N., and Nolin, Frank A. Skowhegan. 

History of Somerset Lodge, No. 34, of Free and Accepted Masons, 
Skowhegan, Maine, from January 1, 1875 to December 31, 1889, by 
Thomas H. Anderson, and Frank A. Nolin. Skowhegan: J. O. 
Smith & Co., Printers. 1891. 12mo. pp. 36. [305 

Andrew, John Albion, LL. D. 1818-76. b. Windham. Lawyer and 
governor of Massachusetts. Boston. 
Oration before the Athenian Society of Bowdoin College. 1844 
-See Chandler, Peleg W. 

Address at the Maine Female Seminary, Gorham, 1859. See Chand- 
ler, Peleg W. 

Andrews, Charles. 1814-52. Lawyer, Paris. 

Speech of Mr. Charles Andrews of Maine, in the House of Repre- 
sentatives, February 25, 1852, on the resolutions of the Legislature 
of the State of Maine, tendering sympathy to Louis Kossuth, con- 
demning the unwarranted intervention of Russia in the affairs of 
Hungary, and asking the influence of the United States against 
all such interventions in future, n. t. p. (Washington, 1832.) 8vo. 
pp. 7. [306 

Andrews, Christopher Columbus, b. 1829. St. Paul, Minn. 

Andrews Papers. Me. Rec. 3:194, 257. (1886.) 4:7, 209, 236, (1887.) 
5:22.(1888.) [307 

Andrews, Charles Everett. Clergyman, Somerville, Mass. 

Statement concerning Bangor Theological Seminary. Bangor: J. H. 
Bacon, Printer. 1880. 12mo. pp. 12. (Map.) [308 

Andrews, H. F. Audubon, Iowa. 

Robert Andrews, who .settled at Ipswich, Mass., about 1735, and 
some of his descendants. Me. Rec. 5:161. (1888.) [309 

Andrews, James. Falmouth, 1888. -See Mayberry, S. P. 

Andrews, Jeremiah. 1757-1826. Revolutionary soldier. Bethel. 

Sketch of. Me. Biog. 3:44. (1877.) [310 

Andrews, Robert, and descendants. (Ipswich, Mass.) 

See Andrews, H. F. 
Andrews, Samuel. 1737-1818. Clergyman, St. Andrews, N. B. 

The True Means to Avert National Judgments. A sermon upon 
the solemn fast, ordered through the states of America, May 9th, 
1798, delivered in Robbin.ston. Bo.ston: 1798. 8vo. pp. 22. [311 

Andros, Sir Edmund. Governor of Massachusetts, 1686-89. 
Order for Jurisdiction of Pemaquid. 1686. See Bristol. 

Builds Fort Pemaquid; Plunders Pentagoet. *See Charlevoix, P. 

F. X. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 39 

By His Excellency. A proclamation given at Fort Charles at Pema- 

quid, 10th January, 16SS. Signed, E. Andros. (Printed at Boston 
in New England, 1688.) A Broadside. Reprinted. [312 

A copy is in the librarj' of Harvard College. See also, Boardman, S. L. 

This proclamation is reprinted in the Andros Tracts iniblished by the 
Prince Society, Vol. I, pp. 7o-7G, Note; also in Hist. Mag. 10:144. (,1SG6.) 

Account of his Visit to Pemaquid and Penobscot. 1688. -See 

Hutchinson, Thomas. 

Answer to his Complaints. 1688. See Massachusetts. 

Account of Forces in Maine. 1689. Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 3d ser. 

1:85. (1825.) [313 

Androscoggin County. Constituted 1854. 

Eules and regulations of the Bar of Androscoggin County. Adopted 
at the August term of the Supreme Judicial Court, Auburn, Sep- 
tember 6, 1855. Lewiston: William H. Waldron, Printer, Garce- 
lon's Building. 18-56. 12mo. pp. 20. [314 

Statement of the county commissioners to the inhabitants of the 

county of Androscoggin, in relation to their county buildings. 
Lewiston: Wm. H. Waldron, Printer. Garcelon's Building. 18.56. 
Smo. pp. 16. [315 

Atlas and History. 1873. See Sanford, Everts & Co. 

Historical and Descriptive Sketch. 1880. See Howard, R. H. 

Proceedings of the Supreme Judicial Court, Androscoggin County, 

on the deaths of Hon. Seth May, M. T. Ludden, and Liberty H. 
Hutchinson. Published by Androscoggin Bar Association, 1883. 
Printed at the Journal Office, Lewiston. 8mo. pp. 23. [316 

Paper relating to history of the Press in. 1887. See Dingley, 

Nelson, Jr. 
Paper relating to history of the Press in. 1889. See Owen, Howard. 

Androscoggin Falls. 

Deposition concerning. 1787. See Pratt, J. F. 

Androscoggin Glacier. 

Note on, 1880. See Stone, George H. 

Androscoggin Lakes. 

1887. See Abbott, Edward. 

1888. See Farrar, C. A. J. 

Androscoggin River. 

Grant of Lands on. 1686. See Wharton, Richard. 

Survey on. 1768. See Little, Moses. 

Account of Early Settlement on. 1853. See M'Keen, John. 

Indian Names of. 1864. See True, N. T. 



40 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Ansox. Incorporated 1798. 

History Northern Star Lodge. 1875. See Moore, Albert. 

Anthony, Henry Bowen. 1815-84. Providence, R. I. 

Memorial Addresses on several occasions: delivered in the Senate of 
the United States. Providence: Sydney S. Rider. 1875. 8vo. pp 
(1), 52. (Port.) [317 

Address on Wm. P. Fessenden, 1869, with portrait, pp. 8-12. 

Anthony, Susanna. 1726-91. Newport, R. I. 

Life and character of. 1810. See Hopkins, Samuel. 
-Memoir of. 1834. See Pond, Enoch. 

Anthony's Business Directory, Guide and Manual for Augusta, Gardi- 
ner, Hallo well, Waterville, Portland and Fairfield. 1890. Au- 
gusta: Anthony Publishing Co. 1890. [318 

Anti-Masonic. 

Fourth Anti-Masonic Convention. Proceedings of the Anti-Masonic 
Republican convention of the state of Maine, held at Hallowell. 
July 3d and 4th, 1834. Hallowell: Herrick & Rice. 1834. 8vo. 
pp. 30. [319 

Anti-Slavery. 

Anti-Slavery Union in Behalf of the Colored Race. Proceedings of 
convention. Portland: 1838. 8vo. [320 

Fourth Annual Report of the Maine Anti-Slavery Society. With 

the minutes of the anniversary meeting, on the 7th and 8th of 
February, 1839. Brunswick: Printed by Thomas W. Newman, 
1839. 8vo. pp. 56. [321 

Fifth Annual Report of the Executive Committee of the Maine 

Anti-Slavery Society, with the minutes of the anniversary meet- 
ing, held in Hallowell, on the 6th and 7th of February, 1840. 
Brunswick: Press of Joseph Griffin. 8vo. pp. 48. [322 

Significance of its Struggle. 1840. See Frothingham, Frederic. 

Slavery vs. The Bible. Correspondence of the General Conference 

of Maine and the Presbytery of Tombecbee, Mississippi. With 
appendix, by Cyrus P. Grosvener, 1840. [323 

Proceedings of the American Anti-Slavery Society, at its third 

decade held in the city of Philadelphia, Dec. 3d and 4th, 1863. 
With an appendix and catalogue of anti-slavery publications in 
America, from 1750 to 1863. New York: American Anti-Slavery 
Society, No. 48 Beekman Street. 1864. 8vo. pp. 175. [334 

Contains letters from Samuel Fessenden and David Thurston. 

History of the cause in Maine. 1888 -See Willey, Austin. 

(An) Appeal to the People on the Qpestion of Separation. 

" Shall the Legislature be requested to give its consent to the sepa- 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 41 

ration of the District of Maine from Massachusetts, proper, and 
to tlie erection of said District into a separate state." Mass. Re- 
solves. Printed (by request). April, 1816. 8vo. pp. 21. [325 
The same. Second edition. Svo. pp. 20. 

(The) Appeal to the two counties of Lincoln and Hancock, from the 
Forlorn Hope, or Mount of Distress; to the General Court, or to 
all the world. Portsmouth, N. H. Printed by Charles Peirce, 
proprietor of the work. 1796. 12mo. pp. 11-20 (and lacking 
some pages beyond). [326 

This seems to be connected with " The Unmasked Nabob of Hancock 
County," which see. 

Appleton. Incorporated 1829. 

Account of bell presented to by Samuel Appleton. -See Lothrop, 
Samuel K. 

Appleton Record, Census, History, Statistics, Business Directory, 

etc., etc. 1888. Union Publishing Co., Union. 18mo. pp. 28. [327 

Appleton, D. F. 

The Origin of the Maine Law and of Prohibiting Legislation, with a 
brief memoir of James Appleton. By D. F. Appleton. New 
York: The National Temperance Society and Publication House. 
1886. 8vo. pp. 52. (Port.) [328 

Appleton, Edward. Civil engineer, Boston. 

Report of a survey and estimate for a railroad from Waterville to 

Bangor, Me. Waterville: E. Maxham, Printer. 1848. 8vo. pp. 

12. (Folded map.) 329 

This was the Penobscot and Kennebec railroad, which merged in 1862 with 

the Maine Central railroad. 

Appleton, Fkedekick. 

Recollections of. 1847. .See Appleton, Martha W. H. 

Appleton, Frederick Hunt. b. 1844. Lawyer, Bangor. 

Co-author Maine Digest, 1880. -See Plaisted, Harris M. 
Appleton, James. 1786-1852. Temperance reformer. Portland. 

Memoir of. 1886. See Appleton, D. F. 

Appleton, Mrs. Jane Sophia, and Barrett, Mrs. Cornelia Crosby, 
Bangor. 

Editors. Voices From the Kenduskeag. 

"Whether we whisper of love, hope or fear, 
Bring laughter, or tears, or only a sneer, 
Or lull you to sleep as we buzz in your ear, 
The gravest and gayest must candidly own 
That to please yon we seek — whatever our tone. 

Bangor: Published by David Bugbee. 1848. 12mo. pp. 286. [330 

Contents. The Poetical Introduction, by Mrs. Jane S. Appleton and Mrs. 

Henrietta C. Ingersoll; The Speculator, by John E. Godfrey; The Countess of 



42 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Appleton, Mks. Jaxe Sophia, and Barrett, Mrs. Cornelia Crosby. 
Continued. 
Croye, by JNIrs. Martha Hill Barker ; The Morning Star, by Rev. F. H. Hedge ; 
Criticism upon Critics, by Edward M. Field ; To the Author of a Version of 
the CXXXVII Psalm, by Mrs. Eliza L. Crosby; Woman, Is It by Thee? by Mrs. 
Jane S. Appleton ; Love and Romance, by Mrs. Henrietta C. IngersoU ; Song 
of the Angels, from Goethe's Faust, by Rev. F. H. Hedge; The Star, by the 
same; A Vision of Bangor in the Twentieth Century, by Edward Kent; The 
Macedonian, byJIrs. Jane S. Appleton; Asa Glover, Esq., by Mrs. Cornelia C. 
Barrett; I Have a Shroud, by Mrs. Martha H. Barker; The Field of the In- 
curables, by Edward Kent; Manners, by Mrs. H. C. IngersoU; On Hearing 
Ladies Toasted as "The Poetry of Life," by Mrs. Jane S. Appleton ; The Dream, 
by Rev. F.H. Hedge; An Idle Word, by Mrs. Eliza L. Crosby; The Whist- 
ling Wind, by Mrs. H. C. IngersoU; The Festival of the C4sa de Campo 
author unknown; Lenora, from the German of Burger, by Mrs. Jane S. 
Appleton; Correspondence, by William Paine; The Flight, by Mrs. 3Iartha 
H. Barker; A Dirge, by Mrs. H. C. IngersoU; Social Intercourse, by Mrs. 
Eliza L. Crosby; A Simple Sketch of Simple Things, by Miss Mary Moulton; 
The Violet, from the German, author unknown; Veneration for the Past, by 
Rev. F. H. Hedge; Portrait of C. H. C, by Mrs. Eliza L. Crosby; Childhood 
and the Old Elm, by Mrs. Isaac S. Hatch ; The Human Heart, by Mrs. Martha 
H. Barker; Tlie Secret Offering, by Mrs. Benjamin Plummer; The Resolve, a 
Tale, by Mrs. Cornelia C. Barrett; Stanzas, by Rev. Frederick H. Hedge; A 
Garden, a Shadow, a Book and a Tree, by Mrs. Eliza L. Crosby; A Sketch, au- 
thor unknown; Softly, Woman, by Mrs. Eliza L. Crosby; Tlie Archer and the 
Maid, by Mrs. H. C. IngersoU: Sequel to "Vision of Bangor," by Mrs. Jane S. 
Appleton; The Child's Spring Song, by the same; Tobacco, by Mrs. Withers; 
The Teachings of Nature, author unknown; It is Not Fit For Thee to Wear, 
by Mrs. Eliza L. Crosby; The Veiled Donor, by Mrs. Jane S. Appleton; 
Penobscot Characters, by John E. Godfrey; An Apology, by Mrs. H. C. Inger- 
soU; The Beleagured City, by Capt. George W. Patten. 

Appleton, Jesse, D. D. 1772-1819. Clergyman and president of Bow- 
doin College, 1807-19. 
God's Care of the Church. A sermon delivered at Gorliam, Jan. 
18th, 1809, at the ordination of the Rev. Asa Rand, to the pastoral 
care in that place. By Jesse Appleton, A. M., president of Bow- 
doin College. Portland: Printed by Weeks & M'Kown. n. d. 
(1809.) 12mo. pp. 28. [331 

The Immutability of Religion. A sermon preached at the ordin- 
ation of the Rev. Reuben Nason, to the pastoral charge of the 
Congregational church in Freeport, i'eb. 7th, 1810. By Jesse 
Appleton, A. M. Portland: J. M'Kown, Printer, March 1810. 8vo. 
pp. 19. [332 

A Sermon delivered at Saco, Oct. 24, 1810, at the ordination of the 

Rev. Jonathan Cogswell, to the pastoral office in that place. By 
Je-sse Appleton, D. D., president of Bowdoin College. Portland : 
Printed by Francis Douglas, 1810. 8vo. pp. 17. [333 

A Sermon delivered at Augusta, Oct. 16, 1811, at the ordination of 

Rev. Benjamin Tappan, to the pastoral office in that place. By 
Jesse Appleton, D. D., president of Bowdoin College. Augusta: 
Printed by Peter Edes, 1811. 8vo. pp. 23. [334 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 43 

-A Discourse, delivered June 20, 1813, before the officers and stu- 
dents of Bowdoin College, occasioned by the death of Frederick 
Southgate, A. B., lately a tutor in said college. By Jesse Apple- 
ton, D. D. 

Our dying friends are pioneers, to smooth 

Our rugged path to death; to break those bars 
Of terror and abhorence, nature throws 

Cross our obstructed way; and thus to make 
Welcome as safe our i)ort from every storm. 

Young. 
Si supremus ille dies non extinclionem, sed comnmtatione adfert loci: 
quid optabilius . Cic. Tus. Dis. 1,1: 49. 

Boston: Printed and published by Nathaniel Willis, No. 76 State 
Street, 1813. Svo. pp. 24. [335 

Frontispiece, monument inscribed, " Sacred to the memory of Frederick 
Southgate. Born Aug. 9, 1791. Died, May 19, 1813." 

-A Discourse, delivered at Bath, May 11, 1813, before the Society for 
Discountenancing and Suppressing Public Vices. By Jesse Apple- 
ton, D. D., president of Bowdoin College. 

Nihil est enim illi prlncipi Deo, qui omnem Imnc vmnduni regit, 
quod quidem. in terrisjiat acceptins, quam concilia, coetusque hom- 
inum jure sociati. Cic. de Repub. L. vi. 9. 
Boston: Printed for the Society. 1813. 8vo. pp. 24. [336 

-A Sermon preached at Boston, at the annual election. May 25, 1814, 
before His Excellency, Caleb Strong, Esq., His Honor, William 
Phillips, Esq., Lieutenant Governor, the Honorable Council aud- 
Legislature of Massaschusetts. By Jesse Appleton, D. D., pres- 
ident of Bowdoin College. Boston: Printed by Russell, Cutler 
& Co., for Benjamin Russell, printer to the State. 1814. 8vo 
pp. 29. [337 

-The Perpetuity and Importance of the Sabbath. A sermon deliv- 
ered at a meeting of citizens from most of the towns in the 
county of Cumberland, and from several in the counties adjacent, 
held in Portland, Nov. 10, 1814, for the purpose of taking meas- 
ures to promote the due observance of the Lord's Day. By Jesse 
Appleton, D. D., president of Bowdoin College. 

The nations whence this spirit (of religion) is best preserved have the 
greatest respect for the Sabbath. Necker on the Imp. of Rel. Opin. 

As necessary as it is that religion should be at all preserved in the world, 
so necessary it is that some time should be set apart for men's instruction 
in the will of God, and for their solemnizing his worship. Db. S. Clarke. 
Printed by A. &. J. Shirley. 1814. Svo. pp. 30. [338 

-A Sermon delivered at Brunswick, April 13, 1815, appointed as a 
day of national thanksgiving, by the president of the United 
States, on account of the peace recently established between this 
country and Great Britain. By Jesse Appleton, D. D., president 



44 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Appleton, Jesse, D. D., Continued. 

of Bowdoin College. Hallowell: Ezekiel Goodale. 1815. 8vo. pp. 
24. [339 

An Address delivered before the Massachusetts Society for Sup- 
pressing Intemperance, at their anniversary meeting May 31, 
1816. By Jesse Appleton, D. D., president of Bowdoin College. 
Boston: Printed by Samuel Etheridge. 1817. 8vo. pp. 31. [340 

A Sermon delivered at Freeport, Xov. 6, 1816, at the ordination of 

the Rev. Enos Merrill, to the pastoral office in that place. By 
Jesse Appleton, D. D., president of Bowdoin College. Charles- 
town: Printed by Samuel Etheridge, 1817. Svo. pp. 31. [-341 

A Sermon delivered at Northampton, Sept. 18, 1817, before the 

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. By 
Jesse Appleton, D. D., president of Bowdoin College. Charles- 
town. Printed by Samuel Etheridge, 1817. 8vo. pp. 31. [342 

A Sermon before the Maine Missionary Society, at its eleventh an- 
niversary in Xew Gloucester, June 24, 1817. See his Avorks, 2 : .300. 

A Sermon delivered at Portland, Nov. 19, 1818, at the formation of 

the Maine branch of the American Society for Educating Pious 
Youth for the Gospel Ministry. By Jesse Appleton, D. D., presi- 
dent of Bowdoin College. Hallowell: Printed by E. Goodale, 
1819. 8vo. pp. 28. [348 

Sermon at funeral of. 1819. See Tappan, Benjamin. 

Addresses of Jesse Appleton, late president of Bowdoin College, 

delivered at annual commencements from 1808 to 1818: with 
sketch of his character. Brunswick: Joseph Griffin. 1820. 8vo. 
pp. xxxi, 176. (Port.) [344 

The sketch was written by Rev. I. Nichols, D. D., of Portland. This book 
is said to have been the first book printed in Brunswick. I?ut see note un- 
der Cotton, N. 
A portion of the edition appeared in quarto form. 

Lectures, delivered at Bowdoin College, and occasional sermons. 

By Jesse Appleton, D. D., late president of Bowdoin College. 
Brunswick: Printed by Joseph Griffin. 1822. Svo. pp.421. (Port.) 

[34.5 
This volume contains a memoir of the life and character of the author, 
by Rev. Benjamin Tappan, of Augusta. 

The works of Jesse Appleton, D. D., late president of Bowdoin 

College, embracing his course of theological lectures, his 
academic addresses, and a selection from his sermons; with a 
memoir of his life and character. Tn two volumes. Andover: 
Publi.shed by Gould & Newman. 1837. Vol. I. 1836. 8vo. pp. 
.506. Vol. II. 8vo. pp. 552. [346 

The memoir is by Rev. A. S. Packard, D. D. 

"Few of our writers show equal correctness and propriety in the use of 
words, and of the idioms of the Knglish language. " " We would character- 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 45 

ize the style of President Appleton as chaste, luminous and polished, occa- 
sionally exhibiting passages of striking beauty and force. " 

" The interesting and able memoir of Prof. Packard adds much to the 
value of the publication." No. Am. Rev. 45: 231. 

Eeview of his life and writings. 1837. See Stone, Thomas T. 

Notice of his life and writings. 1837. See Tappan, Benjamin. 

Memoir of President Appleton. Am. Q. Keg. 11: 1. (1838.) (Port.) 

[347 
Sermons of. Chr. Mo. Spec. 5: 432. (1838.) [348 

Biographical Notice of. 1842. See Bradford, Alden. 

Moral and Intellectual Culture. (1842.) See New Hampshire Book. 

Sketch of. N. E. Reg. 1: .329. (1847.) [349 

Commemorative Notice of. 1837. See Sprague, William, B. 

Appleton, John, LL. D. 1804-91. Lawyer, and chief justice Supreme 

Court, Bangor. 
Usury Laws. Am. Jur. 6: 282. (1831.) [.3,50 
Reports of cases determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of the 

State of Maine. By John Appleton. 
Maine Reports. Volume XIX. Hallowell: Glazier, Masters and 

Smith. 1842. 8vo. pp. 499, (1.) [351 

Maine Reports. Volume XX. Hallowell: Glazier, Masters and 

Smith. 1843. 8vo. pp. viii , (.5), 10-.511, (1.) [352 

From pp. 1 to 256, by John Appleton, Volume VI. From pp. 257 

to 511, by John Shepley, Volume VII. 
The same. Second edition. Portland: Dresser, McLellan and Co. 

1878. 

Law of Evidence. Mass. Quar. Rev. 2: 39. (1848.) [353 

Review of Greenleaf's Law of Evidence. 

Judicial Oaths. Mass. Quar. Rev. 3: 161. (1850.) [354 

Review of " Bentham on Oaths," and "The Oath," by D. X. Junkin. 

The Rules of Evidence Stated and Discussed. By John Appleton, 

justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of Maine. Philadelphia: 
T. and W. Johnson & Co., law booksellers and publishers, 525 
Chestnut Street. 1860. 8vo. pp. 284. [355 

Reviewed by George S. Hillard, No. Am. Rev. 92: 515. (1861.) The most 
remarkable thing about Chief Justice Appleton is his early adoption of the 
views of Jeremy Bentham and that school in regard to legal reform. He 
entered into this discussion with the greatest enthusiasm half a century 
ago, and has never ceased with tongue and pen to advocate these doctrines. 
When he began this labor, it required no small courage to meet the scorn, 
contempt and even abuse of the legal profession. Such radical doctrines 
the lawyers all thought were worthy of a mad-house, and they were de- 
nounced with vigor and not seldom with venom. Now all is changed. In 
every state of the Union, as well as in England, ancient and absurd rules of 
evidence have been altered, and common sense has full sway in the most 
important branch of jurisprudence. To no man living is the credit due 
more than to John Appleton. Every Other Sat., Jan. 1884. 



46 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Appleton, John, LL. D., Continued. 

Testimony of parties in criminal prosecution. Letters in American 

Law Register, X. S., 4: 577. (1865.) 5:129. (1886.) [356 

Reviewed and criticised, Am. Law. Reg. 6: 385. (18G7.) 

Biography of. 1885. See Biograph. Encyl. Maine. 

Proceedings of the Penobscot Bar in relation to his death. 1891. 

See Hamlin, Charles. 

Appleton, John. 1815-64. Lawyer, Portland. 

Oration delivered before the democratic Republicans of Portland 

and vicinity, July 4, 1838. By John Appleton. Portland: Printed 
at the Argus office, 1838. 8vo. pp. 16. [357 

Obituary Address on Daniel Webster. 1852. See Webster, Daniel. 

Sketch of. See Emery, George F. 

Appleton, John Francis. 1835-70. Lawyer, Bangor. 

Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Encyl. Maine. 

Appleton, Martha Wylly (Hyde) b. 1816, Portland. 
Recollections of Frederic. 

" Is it well with the child? " 

And she answered, " It is well." 2d Kings, IV. 26. 

Portland: Hyde, Lord and Duren. 1847. 160. pp. 72. [358 

Appleton, Samuel. 1766-1853. Boston. 
Memorial of. 1850. See Jewett, Isaac A. 

Apthorp, Leonard Foster. 1805-29. Teacher, Baltimore. 

Confessions of a Country Schoolmaster. Boston Month. Mag. 

2: 14. (1826.) [359 

Concerning his experience at Harpswell 

Arbxjckle, J. 

A Temperate Experience on Mount Desert. Lippinc. 14: 250. 

(1882.) [360 

Aecher, Gabriel, d. 1609-10. Secretary Virginia colony. 

The relation of Captain Gosnold's voyage to the north part of 

Virginia, begun the sixth and twentieth of March, Anno. 42, 
Elizabethae Regina, 1602, and delivered by Gabriel Archer, a gen- 
tleman in said voyage. Purchas, Samuel, his Pilgrims, 4: 1647. 
(1625.) [361 

The same. Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 3d. ser. 8: 72. (1843.) 

Abgall, Sir Samuel. 1572-1639. Eng. dep. gov. of Virginia. 

Voyage of. 1610. See Brown, Alexander. 

Destroys Mount Desert. 1611. See Relations des Jesuites. 

Expels French from St. Sauveur; ruins St. Sauveur. 1611. See 

Charlevoix, P. F. X. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 47 

His Expedition to Acadia. (1613.) See Hamor, Raphe. 

Expedition to Acadia. 1613. See Folsom, George. 

Biography of. 1708. -See Belknap, Jeremy. 

Attempted Vindication of his capture and dispersion at Mount 

Desert. Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 4th. ser. 9: 42-46 and note, 498. 

(1871.) [362 

Discussed at meeting of Maine Hist. Soc. at York, August 22, 1870. For 

report. See Boston Daily Adv., Aug. 31, 1870. 

Akgyle. Incorporated 1839. 

Early settlement in. (1886.) See Porter, Joseph W. 

Akmstkong, John. 1709-79. English physician and poet. 

Art of Preserving Health, first published in the year 1774. By John 

Armstrong, M. D., Kennebunk, (Maine). Printed and sold by 
Stephen Sewall. 1804. 120. pp. [363 

Akmy of the Potomac. 

See Military History. 

Abnold, Alexander S. Valley Falls, R. I. 

Uncle Timothy Taber, or the new minister. A story for old and 

young, by a Sabbath-school superintendent. 

"Buytlie irutli and sell it not : also wisdom, instruction and understand- 
ing." Prov. XXIII. 2.3. 

G. W. Quimby: Publisher, Augusta, Me. Boston, Mass. 1868. 
16mo. pp. 228. (1 Illus.) [364 

Ajrnold, Benedict. 1741-1801. 

The original manuscript of Colonel Benedict Arnold's journal of 

the expedition to Quebec, left by him at West Point, whence he 
fled on hearing of Andre's capture. 4to. pp. 40. [36.5 

Sold at the Barlow auction, 1890. It commences September 27th, 
1775, and ends October 29th of the same year. Extracts are con- 
tained in the appendix of Samuel L. Knapp's Life of Burr, 1835. 

Letters written while on the expedition across the state of Maine, 

with journal of the tour from the St. Lawrence to the Kennebec, 
supposed to have been made by Col. Montresor, chief of the en- 
gineer department, about 1760. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 1 : 447. (1831.) 
Several of these letters are in Bowdoin College library. They are de- 
scribed by G. T. Packard in the New York Independent, 1881. For an account 
of the journal, see Montresor, John. 

[366 

DIARIES AND JOURNALS OF THE EXPEDITION TO QUEBEC. 1875. 

Journal. See Dearborn, Henry. '' 

Diary of Caleb Haskell. See Withington, Lothrop. 

Account of hardships and sufferings of the forces. See Henry, 

John J. 



48 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Abxold, Benedict, Continued. 

Journal of the expedition. (Unprinted.) See Hetli, William. 

Journal of the march. (Anonymous.) See Journal. 

Journal. (Unprinted.) See McCoy, Sergeant. 

Journal of occurrences. See Meigs, Return J. 

Journal of expedition. See Melvin, James. 

Journal of daily occurrences. <See Pierce, John. 

Journal of the expedition. See Senter, Isaac. 

Diary of Sergt. Squier, Connecticut line. See Squier, Ephraim. 

Journal of September, October and November. See Topham, John. 

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Journal kept by Joseph Ware. See Ware, Joseph, and Winsor, 

Justin. 
Diary of Ebenezer Wild. With list of diaries and journals. See 

Winsor, Justin. 



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His March to Quebec. (1844) See Goodrich, S. G. 

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Account. 1851.) See Stanhope, Philii) H. (Lord Mahon.) 

Arnold's Expedition to Quebec. (1879.) See Jones, Thomas. 

A Lost Chapter of the Expedition. (1885.) See Hayden, Horace E. 

March to Canada. (1885.) See Mills, W. H. 

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by Des Barres, Atlantic Neptune; and one is noted in Capt. King's maps in 
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Moose Hunting in. 1886. .See Selfridge, Arthur J. 

Akoostook County. Established 1839. 

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Record of newspapers in 1868. See Gary, Theodore. 

Excursions of editors to. 1858, and 1878. -See Elwell, E. H. 

Press of. 1872. See Griffin, Joseph. 

Atlas of. 1877. See Roe, F. B. 

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Historical and Descriptive Sketch of. 1880. <See Howard, R. H. 

Papers relating to Press of. 1880, and 1882. See Oilman, W. S. 

Some Facts about. 1884. -See Maine Central Railroad Co. 1884. 

Address concerning. 1885. See Wiggin, Edward. 

Notes on its physiography. 1887. <See Bailey, L. W. 

Papers relating to Press of. 1887, and 1889. See Gilman, George H. 

Akoostook War. 

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The Oificers of the drafted troops in the Aroostook war. 1839. 

.See Bang. H. M. 6: 118. (1890.) ^ [368 

Arrowsic. Incorporated 1841. See also Georgetown. 

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Cemetery Inscriptions. 1885. See Douglas, J. Lufkin. 

Akrowsick Island. 

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Arruhawikwabemt. Indian chief. 

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" At present, amongst the European nations, a naval strength, which is 
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Bacon. 

5 



50 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Atchesox, Nathaniel, Continued. 

"The Sea, which is our Mother, that embraces 
Both the rich Indies in her outstretched arms, 
Yields every day a crop, if we dare reap it. " 

Massenger. 

London: Printed for J. M. Richardson, 1814. 8vo. pp. (4,) 39 [369 
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Atkinson. Incorporated 1819. 

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Atkinson, Edward, Ph. D. Boston. 

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Atkinson, Theodore, and Penhallow, Samuel. 

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Atwell & Co. 

The Portland Business Directory, and business man's guide for 
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Atwood, Archelaus D. 179.'>-187o. Orrington. 

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Atwood, Charles Francis, M. D. Physician, Winterport; Everett, 
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[372 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 51 

Atwood, Isaac Morgan, D. D. President Divinity School, Canton, 
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Sermon in memory of the late Hon. James C. Churchill, by Rev. 
I. M. Atwood. Preached in the Pearl Street Universalist church, 
Portland, Sunday morning, Nov. 26, 1865. Portland: Stephen 
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Auburn. Incorporated 1842. 

Historical Sketch of Danville. 1820. See Banks, Elias. 

Sermon, Thanksgiving, 1839. See Chapin, Horace B. 

Articles of faith and covenant adopted by the Congregational 

church at Lewiston Falls, Jan. 3d, and Feb. 21st, 1840. 24mo. pp. 
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Sermon to young men. 1847. See Drummond, James. 

Address, agricultural. 18.57. See Webster, C. S. 

Sermon on slavery. 1859. See Tufts, Samuel X. 

History and directory. 1860. -See Lewiston. 

Sermon on Rev. James Drummond. 1862. (See Sewall, Jotham B. 

Directory. 1864. See Stanwood, W. F. 

Sermon, memorial of a soldier. 1864. See Snow, J. C. 

Directory. 1867. *See Lewiston. 

Discourse, on Samuel Pickard. 1872. <See Balkham, Uriah. 

Tourmalines and Crystals from. 1872. See Kuntz, George F. 

History, 1873. See French, N. 

Catalogue Young Men's Christian Association. 1874. 8vo. pp. 44. 

[375 

Trial at, of James M. Lowell for murder. 1875. See Plaisted, 

Harris M. 

History Tranquil Lodge. 1876. See Martin, Robert. 

Directory, 1876. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. 

Directory, 1878-79. See Greenough, W. A. &. Co. 

Sermon, missionary. 1878. See Webster, Woodbury. 

Semicentennial Exercises of the Elm Street Universalist Parish. 

Auburn Feb. 11th, 12th, and 13th, 1879. Historical address by 
Rev. William R. French. Poem, by Mrs. Mary Salina Read 
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[376 

Directory. 1880-81. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. 

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Art Club. Course of study at the Auburn Art Club. Auburn: 

Merrill & Moore, Printers. 1883. 4to. pp. 8. [377 



52 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Auburn, Continued. 

The same. n. d. (1884.) 4to. pp. 9-14, (1.) (378 

Constitution, by-laws and course of study of the Auburn Art Club. 

(1885.) 4to. pp. (2), 1.5-17. [379 

Course of study of the Auburn Art Club. (1886) pp. (1) 2-23, (1.) 

[380 

The .same. (1887.) 4to. pp. (1,) 27-29. [381 

The same. Season 1888-89. Auburn, Printed by the Lakeside Press 

1888. 16mo. n. pp. (5.) [382 

The same. Season 1889-90. Lakeside Press Print, Auburn. 12mo. 

pp. 5. [383 

The same. Season 1890-91. Joiirnal Print, Lewiston. 12mo. pp. 

7. [384 

Catalogue of Auburn Art Club library, n. d. IGmo. pp. 4. [385 

Address to employees. 1887. See Cushman, Ara. 

Address before Pedagogical Society. 1888. See Hall, Edward W. 

Shoe Business in, 1889. See Gilman, Nicholas P. 

Leading Business Men of, with historical sketch. 1889. See Lead- 
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Auburn as an Inland Resort. 1890. See Haynes, George H. 

Augusta. Incorporated 1797. 

Ordination Sermon. 1785. -See Gray, Robert. 

Extracts from the acts of incorporation, and by-laws of the pro- 
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Acts and regulations of the Augusta Fire Club. 1799. 

Eulogy on Washington. 1800. See Whitwell, Benjamin. 

Oration. Fourth of July. 1804. See Fuller, H. Weld. 

Oration. Fourth of July. 1807. See Jones, Seth. 

Oration. Fourth of July. 1807. See Cushman, Joshua. 

Trial at, of David Lynn and others. 1809. See Chadwick, Paul. 

Sermon, funeral Solomon Vose. 1809. See Stone, Daniel. 

Address. Fourth of July. 1809. See Alden, Augustus. 

Oration. Fourth of July. 1810. See Weston, Xathan, Jr. 

Sermon. Ordination B. Tappan. 1811. See Appleton, Jesse. 

Discourse, National fast. 1812. See Gillet, Eliphalet. 

Address. Peace celebration. 1815. See Tappan, Benjamin. 

Address. Masonic celebration. 1815. See Weston, Nathan. 

Address. Dedication of Cony Female Academy. 1816. See Pack- 
ard, Hezekiah. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY Or MAINE. 53 

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[387 

-Sermon, missionary. 1819. .See Cogswell, Jonathan. 

-Address before Bible Society. 1822. See Thurston, David. 

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vin. 

-Sermon, before Kennebec conference. 1828. -See Adams, Thomas. 

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-Sermon, missionary. 1836. -See Thurston, Stephen. 

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-Discourse on death of President Harrison. 1841. See Tefft, Benja- 
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-Address before State Mechanic Association. 1841. -See Gerrish, 
Oliver. 

-Address before State Mechanic Association. 1841. -See Severance, 
Luther. 

-Address. Fourth of July. 1841. -See Smith, Wm. R. 

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-Report of the committee to the Congregational church in the South 
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The committee was Carlecon Dole and E. S. Tappan. This report is also 
published in " Scenes in a Vestry," p. 5. 

-Sermon. "The Beautiful Zion," 1841. See Judd, Sylvester. 

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Sylvester. 

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Isaac H. 



54 BIBLIOGRArHY OF MAINE. 

Augusta, Continued. 

Sermon. "The True Dignity of Politics." 1850. See Judd, Syl- 
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Tale connected with; — "Richard Edney." 1850. See Judd, Syl- 
vester. 

Sermon on religious prosperity. 1850. <See Thompson, Zenas. 

Mortality in, 1852 to 1855. See Allen, Joshua. 

Oration. Fourth of July. 1854. See Weston, Nathan. 

Discourse. " The Birthright Church." 1854. <S'ee Judd, Sylvester. 

Address before the Maine Historical Society. 1885. See Willis, 

William. 

Practical Effects of the Maine Law. 1885. See Farewell, A. 

Sermon, missionary. 1856. See Carpenter, E. Gr. 

Charge to the clergy of Maine Diocese. 1856. 6'ee Burgess, 

George. 

Address before the Maine Historical Society. 1857. See Willis, 

William. 

Eulogy on Parker Cleaveland, before the Maine Historical Society, 

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Speech. 1858. See Davis, Jefferson. 

Its manufactures, growth and history. 1856. See New England 

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Sermon, on Mrs. E. B. Townsend. 1859. See Hayden, William B. 

Sermon, ordination of Alexander McKenzie. 1861. See Richards, 

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Discourse, on Benjamin Tappan. 1863. See McKenzie, Alexander. 

Discourse, on the times. 1863. See Gierlow, John. 

Address, Masonic. 1863. See Gierlow, John. 

Memoir of Reuel Williams, read before the Maine Historical Society. 

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Sunday at the Capital. No. Mo. 1:42. (1864.) 

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Lecture on agriculture. 1869. See Goodale, S. L. 

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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 55 

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-The Articles of Faith and Covenant of the South Congregational 
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-Address on industrial and commercial interests. 1874. See 
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-Sermon, missionary. 1875. See Emerson, J. D. 

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56 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Augusta, Continued. 

Catalogue of Litligow Library and Reading Room, Augusta, 1SS4. 

Augusta: Kennebec Journal Print. 1884. Svo. pp. 112. [396 

Directory, 1884. See Greenougli, W. A. & Co. 

Souvenir Album of. 1885. See Maine Guide Books. 

Year Book of the South Congregational church in Augusta, for the 

year ending 1885, with a list of members from 1874 to 1885. Au- 
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[397 

Our Dumb Animals. Annual report of the Augusta Society for the 

Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. 1885-86. " Speaking for those 
who cannot speak for themselves." Augusta: Maine Farmer Job 
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Directory, 1886-87. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. 

Historical Account of the State House. 1887. See Porter, J. W. 

Our Dumb Animals, annual report of the Augusta Society for the 

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Directory. 1888. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. 

Leading Business Men, with historical sketch. 1889. See Leading 

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Address, before Board of Trade. 1889. See Allen, E. C. 

Picturesque Augusta. 1889. 

Sermon, the Mortal Transcended by the Beautified Jesus. 1890. See 

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Sermons. A Lamp for the Sepulchre; The Hair Helping the Head; 

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Oration, Memorial Day. 1860. See Griffin, R. Andrew. 

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Henry W. Longfellow. His life, his works, his friendships, by 

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Austin, James, and family, Brewer. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

Austin, Mrs. Jane Goodwin. Cambridge, Mass. 

Mrs. Beauchamp Brown. No Name Series. Boston: Roberts Broth- 
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Relates to summer life on the coast of Maine. 

Austin, Samuel, D. D. 1760-1830. Clergyman, Worcester, Mass. 

An Examination of the representations and reasonings contained in 
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58 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 59 

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Editor. Memorial Volume of the Popham Celebration, Aug. 19, 

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Reply to Rev. Samuel F. Haven. 
6 



66 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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A Candid Review of a Pamphlet Entitled, A Candid Reply; the whole 

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BostoD, antlior of "Notes and Illustrations on the Parables," 

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"For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive. " St. 

Paul. 
"And there shall be no more death. " St. John. 

To which is prefixed a letter of the author further declarative of 
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Bangor. Incorporated 1791. 
Addresses. 
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Biographical and Personal. 
Descriptive and Topographical. 
Directories. 
Discourses. 
Educational. 
History and Antiquities. 
Lectures, Speeches, Eulogies, &c. 
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Orations and Celebrations. 
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To Trafiickers in Intoxicating Liquors, 1843. See Addresses. 
To California Pilgrims. 1849. .See Caldwell, S. L. 
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At Sunday-school anniversary. 1859. /See Maltby, John. 



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Before Penobscot Musical Association. 1861. See Small, Albion 

K. P. 
Before Penobscot Musical Association. 1862. See Oilman, Edward 

W. 
Before Penobscot Musical Association. 1864. See Johnson, Edwin. 
Memorial Day. 1870. See Chamberlain, Joshua L. 
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ASSOCIATION.S. 

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Constitution of the Bangor Medical Association, together with the 
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Revised 1837. Bangor: Printed by S. S. Smith, 1837. 12 mo. pp. 12. 

L48() 
Originally called the Association of Physiciansof Bangor, Maine. 

Grounds and Reasons of Abstinence from Wine. Bangor: Clias. 

Cobb, Printer. 1838. 12mo. pp. 14. [487 

Report of a committee on the Bangor Temperance Association, consisting 

of Prof. I'ouU, Prof. Woods, Doct. John Barstow, Dea. S. S. Crosby, John 

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Constitution of the Bangor Rifle Corps. Adopted May 8, 1835. Re- 
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The Report of the Prudential Committee of the Bangor Temperance 
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of the committee. Bangor: Printed by order of the society. 
1845. 12mo. pp. 26. [489 
Rev. John West is printed with the other officers as chairman. 

First Annual Report of the Young Men's Bible Society of Bangor. 

Presented March 2, 1845. Bangor: Bayne & Mower, Printers. 

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Association for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Bangor 

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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 69 

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annual meeting of the society, January 6, 18S0. Bangor: Daily 
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Children's Home. Annual Report of the Children's Home. Ban- 
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Bangor Humane Society. "Christianity is humanity, and humanity 
to animals and to our fellow citizens is Christianity in its broadest 
and best teachings." The Bangor Humane Society for the Pre- 
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BIOGKAPHICAL AND PERSONAL. 

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37, 80. (1888.) [499 

Heads of Families in 1876. See Porter, J. W. 
Extracts from Robert Treat's day-book at. 1786-90. See Porter, 

J. W. 
Deaths in Bangor. From town and other records. 1795-1836- 

Bang. H. M. 2:180,217. (1887.) [500 

Marriages on Bangor Records. 1796-1809. Bang. H. M. 1: 39. 

(1885.) [501 

Postmasters of . 1801-71. Bang. H. M. 1:8. (1885.) [502 

Intentions of Marriage on Bangor Records. (1806-10.) Bang. H. M. 

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Marriages in Bangor. 1811-18. By Rev. Harvey Loomis. Bang. 

H. M. 1:83. (1885.) [504 

Marriages in Bangor. 1811-32. Bang. H. M. 2 : 83. (1886.) [505 
Parol signed by the inhabitants of Bangor during the War of 1812. 

Bang. H. M. 4 : 177. (1889.) [506 

First Printer in Bangor. (Peter Edes.) 1815. See Porter, J. W. 
Publishments on Bangor Records, 1819-21. Bang. H. M. 1:198. 

(1886.) [507 

Publishments in Bangor, 1821-27. Bang. H. M. 2:61. (1886.) 3: 194. 

(1888.) 5:34. (1889.) [508 

Marriages in Bangor. 1821-27. Bang. H. M. 2:79. (1886.) [509 



70 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Bangor, Continued. 

Marriages on Bangor Records. 1821-22. Bang. H. M. 2:79.(1886.) 

[510 

Deaths in Bangor. F rom records of Joseph Wing, city undertaker. 
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Deaths in Bangor. From April 1, 1834 to Oct. 2, 1853, from city 
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Trial for Murder at. 1835. See Spencer, Francis C 

Residences, Early Settlers, and Prominent Citizens. 1888. <See 
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Leading Business Men of Bangor, Rockland and vicinity: embrac- 
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Thomaston, Oldtown, Orono, Brewer. Illustrated. Boston: 
Copyrighted, 1888, by Mercantile Publishing Company, No. 146 
Franklin Street. (1888.) n. p. Boston. 8vo. pp. 260. [513 

Contains " Historical Sketches" of above places, erroneous and unreli- 
able. 

Trial at, for Murder in Dexter. 1890. -See Stain, David L. 

DESCRIPTIVE AND TOPOGRAPHICAL. 

Visit to. 1835. See Fox, Mary A. 

Account of. ■' 1835. See Cox, F. A. 

Sketch of Bangor. Am. Mag. 3:430. (1837.) (Engraving.) [514 

Sketch of Bangor. Maine Monthly Mag. 2: 529. (1837.) [515 

The Bangor House. Am. Mag. 3:437. (1837.) (Engraving.) [516 

The Unitarian Church. Am. Mag. 3:483. (1837.) (Engraving.) 

[517 

Bangor and its Lumber Trade. Hunt's Merchants' Magazine 
18:517. (1844.) [518 

Account of. 1878. -See Tefft, Benjamin F. 

The City of Bangor. "Queen City of the East." A condensed his- 
torical and descriptive review, together with a brief statement of 
facts relating to lier commercial and manufacturing advantages, 
industries and resources. Also her leading manufactures and ex- 
ports for the year 1882. Published by the Bangor Board of Trade. 
Mining and Industrial Journal, Bangor. May, 1883. 8vo. pp. 36. 

[519 

Souvenir Album of. 1884. See Chisholm Brothers. 

Sketch of. 1884. See Godfrey, George F. 

Streets of. 1888. -See Paine, A. W. 

Mount Hope Cemetery, Bangor. Bang. H. M. 3:49. (1887.) [520 

Arsenal at Bangor, deed of land for. Bang. H. M. 3:100. (1887.) 

[521 



BIBLIOGKAPHY OF MAINE. 71 

Graveyards of. 1887. See Paine, A. W. 

BIRECTOKIES. 

1834. See Burton, James, Jr. 
1843. See Smith, Samuel S. 
1846. See Smith, Samuel S. 
1848. See Smith, Samuel S. 
1851. See Smith, Augustus C 
18.51. See Bugbee, David. 
lS59-fiO. See Smith, Samuel S. 
1864-65. See Stanwood, William F. 
1867-68. See Smith, Samuel S. 
1869-70. See Symonds, Chase & Co. 
1871-72. See Greenough, Jones & Co. 
1873-74. See Greenough, Jones & Co. 
1875. See Greenough & Co. 
1877. See Greenough & Co. 
1879-80. See Greenough & Co. 
1880. See Greenough & Co. 
•1882. See W. A. Greenough & Co. 
1884. See W. A. Greenough & Co. 
1885-86. See W. A. Greenough & Co. 
1887-88. See W. A. Greenough & Co. 
1890. See W. A. Greenough & Co. 

DISCOURSES. 

Funeral Rev. John Smith 1831. See Pomeroy, S. L. 

Thanksgiving. 1835. See Curtis, Thomas. 

Thanksgiving. 1837. See Pomeroy, S. L. 

On Temperance. 1839. See Maltby, John. 

Methodist Centennary. 1839. See Tefft, Benjamin F. 

Elements of a Perfect Character. 1840. See Tefft, Benjamin F. 

On Death of President Harrison. 1841. See Tefft, Benjamin F. 

On Death of President Harrison. 1841. See Hedge, Frederick H. 

On Christian Perfection. 1841. 6'ee Pond, Enoch. 

On Impulses of Piety. 1844. See Maltby, John. 

On Princeton Disaster. 1844. See Chaplin, Jei'emiah. 

On Controversy of State and People. 1850. See Allen, Joseph H. 

On Pev. D. H. Man.sfield. 1855. See Knox, Loren L. 

On Elisha Kent Kane. 1857. See Allen, Joseph H. 



72 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Bangor, Continiied. 

On Twenty-fifth Year of Pastorate. 1859. See Maltby, John. 

On Rev. John Maltby. 1860. See Pond, Enoch. 

On the National Crisis. 1861. See Tefft, Benjamin F. 

Historical. 1861. See Small, Albion K. P. 

On Abraham Lincoln. 186.5. See Rowland, Lyman S. 

On Rev. Enoch Pond. 1882. See Harris, Samuel. 

In Memory of Benson Sewall. 1888. See Field, George W. 

EDUCATION, LIBRARIES AND PUBLICATIONS. 

Theological Seminary. See Bangor Theological Seminary. 

Eastern Magazine. 1835. See Carter, John S. 

Maine Monthly Magazine. 1836. See Oilman, Charles. 

Catalogue of Bangor Circulating Library. 1836. See Duren, E. F. 

Fifth Annual Report of the Managers of the Bangor Lyceum. 
Submitted Apr. 13, 1841. Bangor: Printed by Edwards & 
Smith. r2mo. pp. 12. [522 

Voices from the Kenduskeag. 1848. See Appleton, Mrs. Jane S. 

Catalogue of books in the library of the Bangor Mercantile Asso- 
ciation. 1855. Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1855. 
12mo. pp. 55. [523 

Catalogue of the Girl's High School, Bangor. 1851-58. Bangor: 
Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1858. Svo. pp. 22. [524 

Catalogue librai-y Mechanics' Association. 1870. [525 

Library Association catalogue of books. 1873. 8vo. pp. 244. [526 

Catalogue of the library of the Bangor Mechanic Association, 
Bangor. 1873-75. Svo. pp. 244, 146. [527 

Pamphlet for Teachers of. 1885. See Robinson, Franklin C. 

Bangor Historical Magazine. 1885-91. See Porter, Joseph W. 

Catalogue of the Public Library of Bangor. Bangor: Press of 
Joseph Mooney & Co. 1886. Svo. (pp. 935.) [528 

HISTORY AND ANTIQLUTIES. 

First White Settler. 1769. See Porter, J. W. 

First Settlers and their Lots. See Porter, J. W. 

Annals of. 1769-86. See Williamson, W. D. 

Early Settlement of. Bang. H. M. 1 : 2. (1885.) [529 

Early Settlement of. See Williamson, W. D. 

Exploration of. 1786. See Stone, Jonathan. 

Municipal History of. 1787-96- Sre Porter, Joseph W. 

Letter of the Selectmen. 1798. Bang. H. M. 4: 191. (1889.) [530 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 73 

Post-office, Bangor. Established Jan. 1, ISOl. Bang. H. M. 1:8. 

(1SS.5.) [5.31 

First Saw-mill on the Kenduskeag. 1801. See Porter, J. W. 
Petition for Taking Toll on the Kenduskeag Bridge, 1802. (From 

Massachusetts Archives.) Bang. H. M. 3: 160. (1888.) [532 

British at. 1814. See Lossing, B. J. 

First Newspaper in. 1815. Bang. H. M. 5: 47. (1889.) [533 

Sketch of. 1834. See Directory. 1834. 

Great Freshet of March 29, 1846. See West, John. 

Remarkable Petrifaction Found at Bangor. jST. E. Reg. 8: 263. (1885.) 

[534 

Historical Sketch. 1807. See Smith, Samuel S. 

Annals of. 1882. See Godfrey, John E. 

History Boston and Bangor Steamship Company. 1884. See Var- 

ney, George J. [535 

Looking Back: series of articles in Bangor Commercial, 1885-86. 

8vo. 

Cuttings in Jiangor Public Library. 
Territorial History of. 1887. »S'ee Paine, Albert W. 
Graveyards of. 1888. -See Paine, Albert W. 

LECTURES, LETTERS, SPEECHES, EULOGIES, ETC 

A Political Letter of 1813. Bang. H. M. 3: 211. (1888.) [536 

Lecture on Agriculture. 1818. See Senter, Nath. G. M. 

An Argument delivered before the Bangor Forensic Club, on the 
question " Ought the Law , Requiring the Opening of our Post- 
offices, and the Transportation of our Mails, on the Christian 
Sabbath, to be Repealed? *' Thursday evening, Jan. 6, 1831. 
Bangor: Burton & Carter, Printers. 1831. 8vo. pp. 28. [537 

Poem before Debating Club. 1835. See Snow, George W. 

Speech at Banquet. 1835. See Webster, Daniel. 

Lecture, Lyceum. 1836. See Hedge, Frederick H. 

Letter to Citizens. 1843. .See Adams, John Quincy. 

Lecture on Failures in Teaching. 1848. .See Kingsbury, John. 

Lecture on Cooperation of Parents and Teachers. 1848. See 
Batchelder, Jacob. 

Lecture on The Qualifications of the Teacher. 1848. See 
ilunroe, Xathan. 

Lecture on School Government. 1848. See Philbrick, J. D. 

Lecture on The Improvement of Common Schools. 1848. See 
Swan, W. D. 



74 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Bangor, Continued. 

Presentation by ladies of. 1844. See Gougli, John B. 

Eulogy on President Taylor. 1850. See Little, George B. 

Letter in reply to invitation. 1856. See Curtis, George W. 

A Sacred Maintenance of the Common Bond. Bangor Daily Union 
report of the grand Union meeting in Norembega Hall, Bangor, 
Wednesday evening, Jan. 11, 1860; containing the speeches of 
Judge Hathaway and Hon. George Evans, and the letters from 
ex-President Pierce, Hon. Edward Everett, Hon. Caleb Gush- 
ing, ex-Governor Wells, Hon. M. H. Smith, Hon. James W. 
Bradbury. The call and signatures, officers of the meeting, 
prayer of Dr. Tefft, the resolutions, and the patriotic letter of 
Mrs. Ann S. Stephens to Victor Hugo. (Phonographic rei^ort.) 
Bangor: Printed at the office of the Daily Union. 1860. 8vo. pp. 
32. [538 

Speech, political. 1860. See Douglas, S. A. 

Charge to clergy. 1862. See Burgess, George. 

Eulogy on Lincoln. 1865. <S'ee Everett, Charles C. 

Speech, political. 1868. -See Wilson, Henry. 

Speech on Chinese Question. 1870. -See Kimball , C P. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Report on the affairs of the Bangor bank. Boston: Printed by 
Russell & Gardiner. 1822. 8vo. pp. 16. [539 

Report of survey of railroad from, to Waterville. 1848. *See Apple- 
ton, Edward. 

Almanac of. 1875. -See Roberts, Charles P. 

A Southern Moral from Bangor. The Nation. 49:44. (1889.) [540 

The Fire Service of. 1890. -See Rowe, James Swett. 

ORATIONS AND CELEBRATIONS. 

Fourth of July in, 1805. Bang. H. M. 2:219. (1887.) 

Oration, Masonic. 1808. -See May, Hezekiah. 

Oration, 4 July, 1838. -See Hedge, Frederick H. 

Oration, 4 July, 1840. -See Bartlett, Joseph T. 

Oration, 4 July, 1861. -See Harris, Samuel. 

Oration, consecration soldiers' monument, 1866. -See Tefft, Benj. F. 

Centennial Celebration of the Settlement of Bangor, Sept. 30, 1869. 
(Seal of city.) Published by direction of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements. Bangor. 1870. 8vo. pp. 182. [541 
This volume contains the address of Hon. John E. Godfrey. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 75 

RELIGIOUS. 
ADVENT. 

History of the Advent Christian church. 1889. .See Duren, E. F. 

BAPTIST. 

Manual First Baptist church. Bangor. Organized 1818. Bangor: 
Wheeler & Lynde, Printers. 1868. 12mo. pp. 21. [542 

Semi-centennial Anniversary of First Baptist church, Bangor, Jan- 
uary 2.5, 1868. Bangor: Wheeler & Lynde, Printers. 1868. 12m. 
pp. 34. [.543 

Historical discourse by Rev. Albion K. P. Small, from 1 Sam. 12: 7. 

History of the First Baptist church. 1868. See Duren, E. F. 

Confession of Faith and catalogue of the members of the Second 
Baptist church, Bangor. Organized September 12, 1845. Bartlett 
& Burr, Printers. 1852. 12mo. pp. 21. [544 

Second Baptist church, Bangor. Declaration of belief, church 
covenant, and catalogue of members. 

" Beloved, let us love one another: for love is of God; and every one that 
loveth is born of God, and knoweth God. " 

Bangor: Thomas W. Burr, Printer. 9 Hammond St. 1882. 18 mo. 
pp. 5. [545 

Our Church Waymark. Published in the interest of the Columbia 
Street (Second) Baptist churcli. Bangor. No. 1. January, 1887. 
4to. pp. 4. [546 

History of the Second Baptist church. 1888. See Duren, E. F. 

A Souvenir Programme of the first annual reunion and reception 
of the Essex Street Free Baptist church, Thursday evening, Nov. 
18th, 1886. Smith & Son, Printers. Bangor. 16mo. pp. 16. [547 

The same. Second annual meeting, Nov. 29th, 1887. 16mo. pp. 16. 

[548 
History of the First Free Baptist church. 1888. See Duren, E. F. 

CONGREGATIONAL. 

Confession of Faith and Covenant. Adopted by the First Congre- 
gational church Bangor, at its organization. Nov. 27, 1811. Ban- 
gor: Samuel S. Smith, Printer. 1841. 18mo. pp. 18. [549 

Manual, historical sketch, &c. 1856. See Sanford, William. 

First Congregational church and society. 1888. See Porter, J. W. 

History of. 1886. See Duren, E. F. 

Second, or Hammond Street church. Catalogue of members of 
Hammond Street Congi-egational church. Organized December 
5, 1833. n. d. (1833.) 16mo. pp. 7. [550 



76 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Bangor, Continued. 

Catalogue of the members of Hammond Street Congregational 
church. Organized December 5, 183:3. Original members from 
the First Congregational church in Bangor. 1837. 18mo. pp. 8. 

[551 
Catalogue of books in the library of the Hammond Street Sabbath- 
school, Bangor. 1840. 18mo. pp. 16. [552 

Confession of Faith and Covenant of the Hammond Street Congre- 
gational church, Bangor. Adopted at its organization, December 
5,1833. Bangor: Samuel S. Smith. Printer, 1850. ISmo. pp. 18. 

[553 
It includes a list of members. 

Supplementary Catalogue of the members of the Hammond Street 
Congregational church. 1856. 18mo. pp. 12. Nos. 446-561, and 
changes. [554 

Catalogue of books in the library of the Hammond Street Sabbath 
school, Bangor. Bangor: Samuel S. Smith, Printer. 1859. 18mo. 
pp. 20. [555 

Catalogue of books in the library of the Hammond Street Sabbath- 
school, Bangor. Bangor: 1870. 18mo. pp. 16. [556 

Hammond Street Congregational church. Bangor. Members re- 
ceived from Oct. 1, 1871, to Dec. 24, 1873. Xos. 876-917, and 
changes. 

Hammond Street Congregational church. Bangor. Members re- 
ceived from March 20, 1878, to December 31, 1881. 12mo. pp. 20. 
Nos. 1047-1880, changes and summary. [557 

Annual Record of the Hammond Street Congregational church, 
Bangor, for 1882. 12mo. pp. 8. Nos. 1081-1099, changes, etc. [558 

Hammond Street church. 1883-84. System of work. 1883-84. See 
GriflBn, Henry L. 

Library of the Hammond Street Sabbath-school. Bangor. 1883. 

12mo. pp. 16. [559 

Supplement. 1885. 12mo. pp. 4. 
Supplement. 1886. 12mo. pp. 4. 
Supplement. 1887. 12mo. pp. 4. 
Catalogue Hammond Street church Sunday-school library. 1890. 

Bangor: O. F. Knowles & Co. 1890. 18mo. pp. 24. [560 

History. 1887. See Duren, E. F. 
Monthly Chronicle, containing church ncAvs. Published by the 

Hammond Street church. 1887. 8vo. pp. 4. 
The same. 1888. 4to. pp. 4. 
The same. 1889. 4to. pp. 4. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 77 

The same. 1890. 4to. pp. 4. 

Third, or Central church. Confession of faith and covenant of the 
Central churcli. Bangor: Burr & Robinson, Printers. 1877. 
16mo. pp. 9. [561 

History. 1887. See Duren, E. F. 

West Bangor. Dedication of the chaiiel at West Bangor. Thurs- 
day evening, April 2, 1874. 12mo. pp. 2. [562 

EPISCOPAL. 

History of St. John's church. 1886. See Duren, E. F. 

METHODIST. 

First Methodist society in Bangor. List of the certificates of mem- 
bers of the religious society called Methodists filed with the 
town clerk of Bangor. 1812-15. Bang. H. M. 3:129. (1888.) [563 

History. 1886. See Duren, E. F. 

(Second church.) Manual Union Street Methodist Episcopal (Grace) 
church. Organized 1846. Bangor: O. F. Knowles & Co., 
Printers. 1886. 18mo. pp. 16. [564 

History. 1886. See Duren, E. F. 

UNITARIAN. 

Unitarian church. Sermon at dedication. 1829. See Huntoon, 

Benj. 
Sketch of. 18-37. See Descriptive. 
Farewell Sermon at. 1850. (See Hedge, Frederick H. 
Farewell Sermon at. 1857. See Allen, Joseph H. 
History. 1886. .S'ee Duren, E. F. 
Pastorate of Eev. Frederick H. Hedge. (1890.) See Cressey, 

George C. 

UNIVEBSALIST. 

Universalist church. History. 1886. See Duren, E. F. 

SEKMONS. 

Ordination James Boyd. 1800. <See Messenger, Roswell. 

Ordination Harvey Loomis. 1811. See Gillet, Eliphalet. 

Missionary. 1824. (See Greeley, Allen. 

Dedication Union Street church. 1829. See Huntoon, Benj. 

On Universalism. 1829. See Dods, John B. 

Missionary. 1835. See Shepard, George. 

Thanksgiving. 1837. See Pomeroy, Swan L. 

On " A Ministerial Support. " 1838. (See Pomeroy, Swan L. 

Fast, " Characteristics of the Times. " 1838. See Maltby, John. 

" Owe No Man Anything. " 1839. -See Hedge, Frederick H. 



78 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Bangor, Continued. 

" Practical Goodness tlie True Religion. " 1840. <See Hedge, Fred- 
erick H. 

On Character, Rev. Dr. Clianning. 1842. See Hedge, Frederick H. 

On the Error and the Correction. 1845. See Maltby, John, 

On the Guilt of Contempt. 1847. See Giles, Henry. 

Missionary. 1843. See Hathaway, G. W. 

Missionary. 1848. See Hobart, Caleb. 

Missionary. 1854. -See Cutter, Edward F. 

Farewell. 1850. See Hedge, Frederick H. 

" A Reign of Terror. " 1856. See Allen, Joseph H. 

On Government. 1856. See Maltby, John. 

Farewell. 1857. See Allen, Joseph H. 

Missionary. 1857. See Hopkins, Mark. 

On " A Pattern Church. " 1859. See Maltby, John. 

After Installation. 1869. See Oilman, Edward W. 

On Temperance. 1859. See Harris, Samuel. 

Missionary. 1860. See Parker, Wooster. 

In Memory Rev. John Maltby. 1860. See Shepard, George. 

"A Year of War. " 1862. See Battles, Amory. 

On Lincoln. 1865. See Everett, Charles C. 

On Lincoln. 1865. See Johnson, Edwin. 

On Lauding of the Pilgrims. 1865. See Everett, Charles C. 

Missionary, 1866. See Ives, Alfred E. 

On Fellowship of Churches. 1870. See Oilman, Edward W. 

The Promises of God. 1875. See Knapp, Arthur M. 

Other Worlds than Ours. 1875. See Knapp, Arthur M. 

In Memory Chapin Humphrey. 1875. See Hazelwood, Francis F. 

On " Fiat Religion. " 1878. See Knapp, Arthur M. 

Creation Continuous. 1879. See Knapp, Arthur M. 

On the Bible. 1881. See Stewart, S. J. 

On Orthodoxy. 1881. See Stewart, S. J. 

On Morality. 1881. See Stewart, S. J. 

Bangor Theological Seminary. Incorporated 1814, as the 
" Maine Charity School." Opened at Hampden, 1816. Removed 
to Bangor, 1819. 

CATALOGUES. 

General Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Dec. 1827. 
Burton & Carter, Printers. Bangor. 8vo. pp. 5. [565 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 79 

Catalogvie of the officers and students of the Theological Institu- 
tion at Bangor, Maine, with an outline of the course of study, 
etc. Bangor: S. S. Smith, Printer. 1834. 12mo. pp. 12. [566 

Catalogue of the officers and students of the Theological Institu- 
tion, Bangor, Maine. 1834-35. With an outline of the course of 
study. Bangor: S. S. Smith, Printer. 1835. 12mo. pp. 12. [567 

Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine. 1835-36. 
Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1836. 12mo. pp. 12. 

[568 

Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine. 1837-38. 
Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1838. 8vo. pp. 12. [.569 

Catalogue of the Classical Institute, Bangor, Maine. 1836-37. 
Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1837. 12mo. pp. 11. [570 

Catalogue of the Classical Institute, Bangor, Maine. 1837-38. 
Bangor: Samuel S. Smith, Printer. 1838. 12mo. pp. 11. [571 

Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine. 1838-39. 
Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1839. 8vo. pp. 12. [572 

Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine. 1839-40. 
Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1840. Svo. pp. 12. [.573 

General Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor. Maine. 
Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1841. 8vo. pp. 16. [574 

General Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine. 
Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1842. Svo. pp. 12. [575 

Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine. 1842. 
Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1843. 8vo. pp. 12. [576 

Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine. 1844. Ban- 
gor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1844. Svo. pp. 12. [577 

Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine. 1845. Ban- 
gor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1846. Svo. pp. 12. [578 

Catalogvie of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine. 1846. Ban- 
gor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1846. Svo. pp. 12. [579 

Catalogue of the officers, alumni, and students of the Theological 
Seminary, Bangor, Maine. 1847. Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. 
Smith. 1847. Svo. pp. 12. [580 

Catalogue of the officers and students of the Theological Seminary, 
Bangor, Maine. Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1848. Svo. 
pp. 12. [581 

Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, 1849. Bangor: 
Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1849. Svo. pp. 12, [582 

Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, 1850. Bangor: 
Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1850, Svo. pp. 8. [583 

General Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Me. 1851 . 
Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1851. Svo. pp. 20. [584 



80 BIBLIOGRArHY OF MAINE. 

Bangor, Continued. 

Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Baugor, 1852. Bangor: 
Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1852. 8vo. pp. 12. [585 

Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, 1853. Bangor: 
Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1853. 8vo. pp. 12. [586 

Catalogue of the Theological Seminarj% Bangor, Me. 1854. Bangor: 
Printed by Samuels. Smith. 1854. 8vo. pp. 22. [587 

Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, 1855. Bangor: 
Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1855. 8vo. pp. 12. [588 

Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, 1856. Bangor: 
Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1856. 8vo. pp. 12. [589 

General Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Me. 1857. 
Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1857. 8vo. pp. 24. [590 

Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, 1858. Bangor: 
Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1858. 8vo. pp. 12. [591 

Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, 1859. Bangor: 
Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1859. 8vo. pp. 12. [592 

Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, 1860. Baugor: 
Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1860. 8vo. pp. 12. [593 

Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Baugor. 1861. Bangor: 
Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1861. 8vo. pp. 12. [594 

General Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Me., 1862. 
Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1862. 8vo. pp. 28. [595 

Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Me. 1863. Bangor: 
Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1863. 8vo. pp. 12. [596 

Catalogu e of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Me. 1864. Ban- 
gor: Printed by Samnel S. Smith. 1864. 8vo. pp. 12. [597 

General and Annual Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Ban- 
gor, Me., 1865. Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1865. 
Svo. pp. 32. [598 
Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Me. 1865-66. Ban- 
gor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1866. 8vo, pp. 12. [599 

Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine. 1866-67- 
Bangor: Printed by Smith ct Hill. 1867. Svo. pp. 12. [600 

General and Annual Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Ban- 
gor, Maine. 1868. Bangor: Printed by Smith & Hill. 1868. 
Svo. pp. 36. [601 

Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Me. 1868-69. Ban- 
gor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1869. 8vo. pp. 12. [602 

Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Me., 1869-70. Ban- 
gor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1870. pp. 12. Svo. [603 



BTBLIOGUAPHY OF MAIXE. 81 

General and Annual Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Ban- 
gor, Maine. 1871. Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith & Son. 
8vo. pp. 36. [604 

General and Annual Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Ban- 
gor, Maine, 1872. Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith & Son. 
8vo. pp. 36. [605 

General and Annual Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Ban- 
gor, Maine, 1873. Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith & Son. 
8vo. pp. 36. [606 

General and Annual Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Ban- 
gor, Maine. 1874:. Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith & Son. 
1874. 8vo. pp. 36. [607 

Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine. 1875. 
Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith & Son, 1875. 8vo. pp. 11. 

[608 

Fifty-seventh Annual Catalogue of the Theological Seminary. Ban- 
gor, Maine. 1876. Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith & Son. 

1876. 8vo. pp. 12. [609 
Fifty-seventh Annual Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Ban- 
gor, Maine. 1877. Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith & Son. 

1877. 8vo. pp. 15. [610 

Fifty-eighth Annual Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Ban- 
gor, Maine. 1878. Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith & Son. 
Printers. 8vo. pp. 15. [611 

Fifty-ninth Annual Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, 
Maine. 1879. Bangor: Samuel S. Smith & Son, Printers. 8vo, 
pp. 15. [612 

General and Annual Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Ban- 
gor, Maine. 1880. Bangor: Printed by O. F. Knowles & Co. 
1880. 8vo. pp. 44. [613 

Sixty-first Annual Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor. 
Maine. 1881. Bangor: John H. Bacon, Printer. 1881. 8vo. pp. 
15. [614 

Sixty-second Annual Catalogue of Bangor Theological Seminary, 
Bangor, Maine. 1882. Bangor: John H. Bacon, Printer. 1882. 
8vo. pp. 16. [615 

Bangor Theological Seminary. Sixty-fourth Annual Catalogue. 
Bangor, Maine. Bangor: John H. Bacon, Printer. 1883. 8vo. 
pp. 18. • [616 

Bangor Theological Seminary. Sixty-fifth Annual Catalogue. Ban- 
gor, Maine. 1884. Bangor: John H. Bacon, Printer. 1884. 8vo. 
pp. 18. [617 
7 



82 BIBLIOGRAPHY Or MAINE. 

Bangok, Continued. 

General and Annual Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Ban- 
gor, Maine. 1885. Bangor: Printed by John H. Bacon. 1885. 
8vo. pp. 19. [618 

Sixty-seventh Annual Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Ban- 
gor, Maine. 1S8G. Bangor: 1886. Printed by John H. Bacon. 
8vo. pp. 19. [619 

Sixty-eighth Annual Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Ban- 
gor, Maine. 1886-87. Bangor, 1886-87. Printed by John H. Bacon. 
8vo. pp. 17. [620 

Sixty-ninth Annual Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Ban- 
gor, Maine. 1887-88. Bangor: 1888. Press of John H. Bacon. 
8vo. pp. 20. [621 

Seventieth Annual Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Bangor, 
Maine. 1888-89. Bangor: 1889, Press of John H. Bacon. 8vo. 
pp. 20. [622 

Seventy-first Annual Catalogue of the Theological Seminary, Ban- 
gor, Maine. 1889-90. Bangor: 1890. Press of John H. Bacon. 
8vo. pp. 20. [623 

General Statistical Catalogue of the Theological Seminary. Bangor, 
Maine. 1820-90. Bangor: Printed by Journal Publishing Co. 
1890. 8vo. pp. 126. [624 

A historical sketch occupies pp. 3-9. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Account of the Maine Charity School, Bangor. 1820. 8vo. pp. 8. 

[625 
Laws of the Maine Charity School, Aug., 1821. Crocker & Brews- 
ter, Printers, Boston. 12mo. pp. 12. [626 
Sermon to senior class. 1822. See Smith, John. 

Receipts at the treasury of the Theological Seminary, at Bangor. 

Hallowell: Goodale, Glazier & Co. 182.3. 8vo. pp. 24. [627 

Survey of the Theological Seminary at Bangor. Published by the 

Trustees. Bangor: Burton & Carter, Printers, 1830. 8vo. pp. 

20. [628 

Account of. 1832. See Smith, John. 
Theological Seminary at Bangor. From the Christian Mirror. Am. 

Q.Reg. 8:369. (1836.) [629 

Historical Sketch of. 1841. See Pond, Enoch. 
Discourse before Rhetorical Society. 1843. See Haddock, Charles 

B. 
Report to the Board of Trustees of Bangor Theological Seminary, 

July 25, 1860. By the Treasurer and Agent. Bangor: Printed 

by Samuel S. Smith. 1860. 8vo. pp. 15. [630 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 83 

Report to tlie Board of Trustees of Bangor Theological Seminary, 
July 25, 1861. By the Treasurer and Agent. (Charles W. Jen- 
kins.) Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1861. 8vo. pp. 11. 

[631 

Appeal for. 1865. See Adams, Aaron C. 

Address at. 1868. See Herrick, John R. 

Historical Semi-centennial Address. 1870. See Pond, Enoch. 

Inaugural Address at. 1871. See Paine, Levi L. 

Inaugural Address at. 1881. See Stearns, Lewis F. 

Bangor Theological Seminary. A statement. (By the Trustees, 
with a map.) Bangor: John H. Bacon, Printer. 1880. 8vo. pp. 
12. [632 

Bangs, Isaac Spaeroav. Waterville. 

Ancestry of. 1889. See American Ancestry. 

Bangs, William McKendeee. 1810-52. Xew York. 

Strictures on Prof. Upham's Philosophical Works. Amer. Meth. 
Mo. 15:296. (1836.) [633 

Bankeuptcy. 

Rules and Forms in Bankruptcy, in the District Court of the United 
States, for the District of Maine. Printed and for sale at the 
American office, No. 1 Union Street, n. p. (Portland) n. d. 
(1842.) 8vo. pp. 36. [634 

Bankeupts. 

A List of Bankrupts in Maine. Prepared by an officer of the Dis- 
trict Court. Augusta: Wm. R. Smith & Co. 1843. 12mo. pp. 45. 

[635 

Catalogue of, in Maine. 1873. See Hamlin, Charles. 

Catalogue of, in Massachusetts, 1873. See Hamlin, Charles. 

Banks, Charles Edward, M. D. b. Portland. 1854. Surgeon U. 
S. M. H. S. 

A Case of Hydrophobia. Bost. Med. and Surg. Jour, 100: 288. 
(1879.) [636 

Religious Revival at North Yarmouth, 1791. O. T. 3:383. (1879.) 

[637 

Notes on Tax Lists, North Yarmouth, 1759. O. T. 3 : 305, 4: 499 

(1879.) [638 

{With Sargent, W. M.) Early Conveyances of Land in North Yar- 
mouth. O. T. 3:410. (1879.) 6:86-3. (1882.) [639 

Old Planters at Westcustogo. O. T. 4:4.37. (1879.) [640 

Cholera Infantum ; its causes, nature and treatment. Fiske Fund 

prize essay, for the year 1879. By Charles Edward Banks, M. D., 



84 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Banks, Charles Edward, M. D., Continued. 

Portland, Maine. Providence: E. L. Freeman & Co., Printers to 

the State. 1879. Svo. pp. 32. [641 

Capt. Walter Gendell, of Xorth Yarmouth. A biographical 

sketch, by Dr. Charles E. Banks. "Old Times Office," Yar- 
mouth. 1880. 8vo. pp. 27. [642 
Thirty copies printed separately. 

The Puritan Militia. Unit. Serv. 3:1. (1880.) [643 

Roger Garde, mayor of Agamenticus and recorder of the Province 

of Maine. N. E. Reg. 3.5: .343. (1881.) [644 

The Oakes Family. (Xorth Yarmouth.) O. T. .5:635.(1881.) [645 

Wyman Family. (Xorth Yarmouth.) O. T. 5: 661. (1881.) [646 

Bradbury Family. (Xorth Yarmouth.) O.T. 5:719. (1881.) [647 

{With Prince, Miss Mary G.) The Prince Family. (Xorth Yar- 
mouth.) O.T. 4:. 563. (1880.) 5:726. (1881.) [648 

Aneurismal Varix, involving the external illiac and femoral vessels, 

with general observations on the disease. In "Annual Report of 
Supervising Surgeon-general of the Marine Hospital Service of 
the U. S." pp. 141-140, for year ending June, 1882. [649 

The Soule Family of Xorth Yarmouth and Freeport, Maine. By 

Dr. Charles E. Banks, and Enos Soule, Yarmouth. 1882. 8vo. pp. 

31. [650 

Reprinted from Old Times. 100 copies. 

Widow Ann Messant, alias Godfrey. X. E. Reg. 37: 246. (1883.) 

[651 

Necrology of Xorth Yarmouth. 1730-50. O. T. 7: 1035. [652 

.Editor. Xew England's Vindication, by Henry Gardiner. Edited 

with notes, by Charles Edward Banks, M. D. London. 1660. 
Printed for the Gorges Society, Portland. 1884. Sm. 4to. pp. 84. 

[653 
One hundred and sixty-copies printed. The original title-page spells his 
name Gardener. 

The Militia of Xorth Yarmouth in Early Times. O. T. 7: 1064. 

(1884.) [654 

The Bonython Family of Maine. X. E. Reg. 38:50. (1884.) [6.55 

One hundred copies printed separately. 1884. 8vo. pp. 7. (2 engravings.) 
Stephen's Dictionary National Biography states that an ancestor of Henry 
W. Longfellow occurs in that Richard Bonython who settled in Maine in 
1638. The Nation, Feb. 4, 1886. 

The Pirate of Pemaquid. Me. Rec. 1: 61. (1884.) [656 

Walter Bagnall. Me. Rec. 1:61. (1884.) [657 

Lists of Royalists and Puritans in Maine. Me. Rec. 1:45. (1884.) 

[058 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 85 

-Colonel Alexander Eigby: a sketch of his career and connection 
with Maine as proprietor of the Plough Patent and president of 
the Province of Lygonia. 

I. (Portrait, autograph and crest.) Alexander Rigby. Me. Rec. 
2:1. (1885.) 

II. The Plough Patent. 2:65. (1885.) (Map and coat of arms.) 

III. The Province of Lygonia. 2:145. (1885.) (Lygon. Arms.) [659 

-The same. Privately printed. (50 copies.) (1885.) Sm. 4to. 
pp. 57. 

-Was William Hooke Governor of the Province of Maine ? N. E. Reg. 
29: 189. (1885.) [660 

-Seal of the Province of Maine. 1640. N.E.Reg. 39:190. (1885.) 

[661 

-The Early Settlements in Maine, prior to 1620. Me. Rec. 2: 207. 

(1885.) [662 

-The Bartol Family. (Maine Branch.) Westcustogo Chron. 1 : 4. 

(1885.) [663 

Only a few sheets were printed. The plan of publishing was abandoned. 

-Sir Robert Carr in Maine. 1665. Mag. Am. Hist. 8:623. (1885.) 

[664 

-Court Records of the Province of Maine. N. E. Reg. 39: 358 
(1885.) [665 

-Letter of Rev. Robert Jordan to Rev. John Cotton. 1645. From 
Cotton MSS., Prince Collection, Boston Public Library. Me. Rec. 
2:79. (1886.) [666 

-Edward Godfrey: his life, letters, and public services. 1584- 
1664. By Charles Edward Banks, M. D. Read before the Maine 
Historical Society at Portland, May 25, 1881. Coll. Me. Hist. Soc. 
9:295. (1887.) [667 

-The same. Privately printed. 1887. (Fifty copies printed.) Sm. 
4to. pp. 88. (Etched frontispiece.) 

-The Treatment of Phthisis by the Administration of Gaseous 
Enemata. The results obtained in thirty cases. In "Annual Re- 
port of Supervising Surgeon-general, " etc., pp. 128-133, for the 
year ending June, 1887. [668 

-Studies in Service, statistics, syphilis, pneumonia, and typhoid 
fever. In " Annual Report of Supervising Surgeon-general, " etc., 
pp. 224-229, for year ending June 30, 1888, [669 

-The Administration of William Gorges, 1636 to 1637. Read before 
the Maine Historical Society, Dec. 22, 1885. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 
2dser. 1: 25. (1890.) [670 



86 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Banks, Charles Edward, M. D., Continued. 

The Bank(e)s Family of Maine. By Charles Edward Banks, M. D. 

(Dart.) Past Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Marine Hospital Service. 
N. E. Reg. 44: 258. (1890.) [671 

The same, reprinted separately. Boston: Press of David Clapp 

and Son. 1890. 8vo. pp. 8. 
100 copies printed. 

Aids to Hospital Management. In ''Annual Report of Supervising 

Surgeon-general," etc., pp. 138-142, for the year ending June 30, 
1890. [672 

Studies in Service Statistics. II. Acute rheumatism, etc. In 

"Annual Report of Supervising Surgeon-general," etc., pp., 143- 
146, for the year ending June 30, 1890. [673 

The Frequency of Pleuritic Adhesions, as shown in 1356 necropsies. 

In "Annual Report of Supervising Surgeon-general, " etc., pp. 147- 
149, for the year ending June 30, 1890. [674 

Banks, Elias, M. D. 1774-1841. Physician. North Yarmouth, Dan- 
ville. 
Historical Sketch of Danville, Me. Prepared by Elias Banks, M. 
D., late of Danville. Communicated by his grandson, Charles 
Edward Banks, M. D. Me. Rec. 5:12. (1888.) [675 

Bannatyne, James. Lecturer, h. Scotland, d. Portland. 1842. 
Intemperance among Literary Men. An address delivered be- 
fore the Portland Young Men's Total Abstinence Society, on 
Sunday evening, July 31, in the Park Street church, and repeated 
by request, on Sunday evening, Aug. 7, in the First Parish church. 
By J. Bannatyne. Portland : A. Shirley & Son, Printers. 1842 
Svo. pp. 24. [676 

"Knowledge is Power. " A lecture by the late James Bannatyne, 

Esq., with an introduction by Rev. James Pratt. Portland: 
Printed by Foster & Gerrish. 1852. Svo. pp. 24. [677 

Baptists. 

Confession of Faith: with a treatise on church discipline. Portland: 
1794. 12mo. pp. 108. [678 

Design and Rules of the Bowdoinham Convention. 1819. See Fran- 
cis, Thomas. 

Accoiint of the Denomination in Maine. 1835. See Cox, F. A. 

Brief View of Interests in Maine. 1840. See Babcock, Rufus, Jr. 

Historical Sketch of the Baptist Denomination in Maine. Bapt. 

Mem. and Chronicle. 3:353. (1843.) [679 

History of. In Maine. 1845. See Millet, Joshua. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 87 

-Circular Letter, " What is a Baptist? " iSeeShailer, William H. 
-Centennial Discourse. 1868. See Worth, Edmund. 
-Historical Discourse at Winthrop. 1876. See Shailer, William H, 
-Discourse at 52nd Anniversary of the Kennebec Association. 1879. 

See Shailer, William H. 
-Historical Discourse. Brunswick: 1885. See Small, A. K. P. 
-Centennial Review of the Bowdoinham Association. 1887. See 

Small, Edwin W. 

CONVENTIONS. 

-A Pamphlet containing the doings of the late Baptist Convention, 
holden at Winthrop, Maine, June 23, 1824, with an appendix on 
the question: " Why God Employs Feeble Means to Produce 
Great Effects. " Waterville: Printed by William Hastings. 1824. 
16mo. pp. 16. [680 

-Minutes of the Baptist Convention of Maine , holden at Noble- 
borough, June 22, 1825: With the annual pastoral letter. Hallo- 
well: Printed by C. Spaulding. 1825. 12mo. pp. 12. [681 
-Minutes of the doings of the Maine Baptist Convention, at the 
adjourned meeting, held at Bath, Oct. 6, 1825. Thomaston: 
Printed by Edward Moody. 1826. 12mo. pp. 8. [682 
-Minutes of the Maine Baptist Convention, held at Thomaston, Oct. 
10 & 11, 1827. Printed by Spaulding & Livermore, Hallowell. 
16mo. pp. 24. [68-3 
-Minutes of same, held in Readfield. 1828. 16mo. pp. 23. 
-Fifth Anniversary. Minutes of same, at Jefferson. 1829. 16mo. 
pp. 24. 

Sixth Anniversary. Minutes of same, at North Yarmouth. 1830. 
16mo. pp. 24. 

Seventh Anniversary. Minutes of same. Bloomfield. 1831. 16mo. 
pp.21. 

Eighth Anniversary. Minutes of same. Warren. 1832. 16mo. pp. 
23. 

Ninth Anniversary. Minutes of same. Readfield. 1838. 16mo. pp. 
27. 

Tenth Anniversary. Minutes of same. Topsham. 1834. 16mo. 
pp. 27. 

Eleventh Anniversary. Minutes of same. Portland. 1835. 19mo. 
pp. 36. 

Twelfth Anniversary. Minutes of same. Bangor. 1836. 16m o. 
pp. 40. 

Thirteenth Anniversary. Minutes of same. Bath. 1837. 16mo. pp 
16. 



88 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Baptists, Continued. 

Fourteenth Anniversary. Minutes of same. Watei'ville. 1838. lOmo. 

pp. 24. 
Fifteenth Anniversary. Minutes of same. Sedgwick. 1839. 16rao. 

pp. 24. 
Sixteenth Anniversary. Minutes of same. Tliomaston. 1840. 16mo. 

pp. 24. 
Seventeenth Anniversary. Minutes of same. Hallowell. 1841. 16mo. 

pp. 24. 
Eighteenth Anniversary. Minutes of same. Turner, 1841. 16mo. 

pp. 24. 
Nineteenth Anniversary. Minutes of same. Warren, 1842. 16mo. 

pp. 32. 
Twentieth Anniversary. Minutes of same. China, 1843. 16mo. 

pp. 36. 
Twenty-first Anniversary. Minutes of same. East Winthrop, 1845. 

16mo. pp. 32. 
Twenty-second Anniversary. Minutes of same. Brunswick, 1846. 

16mo. pp. 40. 
Twenty-third Anniversary. Minutes of same. Dover, 1847. 16mo. 

pp. 31. 
Twenty-fourth Anniversary. Minutes of same. Damariscotta, 

1848. 16mo. pp. 34. 

Minutes of twenty-fifth annual meeting of same. Ellsworth, 

1849. 12mo. pp. 34. 

Minutes of twenty-sixth annual meeting of same. South Berwick, 

1850. 12mo. pp, 40. 

Minutes of twenty-seventh annual meeting of same. Bloomfield. 

1851. 12mo. pp.36. 

Minutes of twenty-eighth annual meeting of same. Belfast, 1852. 

12mo. pp. 40. 
Minutes of twenty-ninth annual meeting of same. Saco, 1853. 

12mo. pp. 40. 
Minutes of thirtieth annual meeting of same. Bangor, 1854. 

12mo. pp. 40. 
Minutes of thirty-first annual meeting of same. Eastport, 1855. 

12mo. pp. 40. 
Minutes of thirty-second annual meeting of same. Rockland, 1856. 

12mo. pp. 40. 
Minutes of thirty-third annual meeting of same. Portland, 1857. 

12mo. pp. 40. 
Minutes of thirty-fourth annual meeting of same. Waterville, 

1858. 12mo. pp. 44. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 89 

Minutes of thirty-fifth annual meeting of same. Biddeforcl, 1859. 

12mo. pp. 46. 
Minutes of thirty-sixth annual meeting of same. Augusta, 1860. 

12mo. pp. 36. 
Minutes of thirty-seventh annual meeting of same. Bath, 1861. 

12mo. pp. 48. 
Minutes of thirty-eighth annual meeting of same. Skowhegan, 

1862. 12mo. pp. 36. 
Minutes of the thirty-ninth annual meeting of same. South Ber- 
wick, 1863. 12mo. pp. 32. 
Minutes of the fortieth annual meeting of same. Bangor, 1864. 

12mo. pp. 34. 
Minutes of the forty-first annual meeting of same. Lewiston, 1865. 

12mo. pp. 40. 
Minutes of the forty-second annual meeting of same. Saco, 1866. 

12mo. pp. 48. 
Minutes of the forty-third annual meeting of same. Rockland, 

1867. 12mo. pp. 60. 

Minutes of the forty-fourth annual meeting of same. Brunswick, 

1868. 15mo. pp. 80. 

Minutes of the forty-fifth annual meeting of same Oldtown, 1869. 

12mo. pp. 74, 
Minutes of the forty-sixth annual meeting of same. Portland, 

1870. 12mo. pp. 88. 
Minutes of the forty-seventh annual meeting of same. West 

Waterville, 1871, 12mo. pp. 88. 
Minutes of the forty-eighth annual meeting of same. Bath, 1872. 

12mo. pp. 92. 
Minvites of the forty-ninth annual meeting of same. Damariscotta, 

1873. 12mo. pp. 92. 

Minutes of the fiftieth annual meeting of same. East Winthrop, 

1874. 8vo. pp. 76. 

Minutes of the fifty-first annual meeting of same. Auburn, 1875. 

12mo. pp. 72. 
Minutes of the fifty-second annual meeting of same. Hallowell, 

1876. 8vo. pp. 100. 

Minutes of the fifty-third annual meeting of same. Thomaston, 

1877. 8vo. pp. 80. 

Minutes of the fifty-fourth annual meeting of same. Biddeford, 

1878. 8vo. pp. 80. 

Minutes of the fifty-fifth annual meeting of same. Bangor, 1879. 
8vo. pp. 80. 



90 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Baptists, Continued. 

Minutes of the fifty-sixth annual meeting of same. Augusta, 1880. 

Svo. pp. 80. 
Minutes of the fifty-seventh annual meeting of same. Skowhegan, 

1881. 6vo. pp. SO. 

Minutes of the fifty-eighth annual meeting of same. Waterville, 

1882. 8vo. pp. 80. 

Minutes of the fifty-ninth annual meeting of same. South Ber- 
wick, 1883. Svo. pp. 80. 
Minutes of the sixtieth annual meeting of same. Houlton, 1884. 

Svo. pp. 80. 
Minutes of the sixty-first annual meeting of same. Portland, ISS.J. 

Svo. pp. 84. 
Minutes of the sixty-second annual meeting of same. Rockland, 

1886. Svo. pp. 84. 
Minutes of the sixty-third annual meeting of same. Bangor, 1887. 

Svo. pp. 163. 
Minutes of the annual meetings of same. Lewiston, 1888. Svo. 

pp. 88. 
Minutes of the annual meetings of same. Bar Harbor, 1889. Svo. 

pp. 92. 
Minutes of the annual meetings of same. Sanford, 1890. Svo. pp. 

95. 
Minutes of the annual meetings of same. Bath, 1891. Svo. pp. 112. 
Bowdoinham Association. Annual minutes from 1790 to 186.5, both 

inclusive. Seventy-nine pamphlets. 12mo. and 16mo., varying 

from 8 to 24 pp. 
Cumberland Association. Annual minutes from 1811 to 1865, both 

inclusive. Fifty-four pamphlets, 12mo. and 16mo., varying from 

8 to 24 pp. each. 
Damariscotta Baptist Association. Minutes of the anniversaries, 

from the first to the 22d, both inclusive, from 1843 to 1867. 

Twenty-five pamphlets, 12mo. and 16mo., varying from 8 to 35 pp. 

each. 

Eastern Maine Association. Minutes from 1819 to 1833, both in- 
clusive. Sixteen pamphlets, Svo. and 12mo., varying from 8 to 
16 pp. each. 

Hancock Baptist Association. Minutes of the anniversaries from 
the first to the thirty-second, both inclusive, 1835 to 1866 
Thirty-two pamphlets, Svo., 12mo. and 16mo., varying from 12 to 
23 pp. each. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 91 

Kennebec Association, Annual minutes from 1830 to 1865, both in- 
clusive. Thirty-six pamphlets, 12mo. and 16mo. varying, from 8 
to 24 pp. each. 

Lincoln Association. Annual minutes from 180.5 to 1867, both in- 
clusive. Sixty-three pamphlets, 8vo. and 16mo., varying from 8 
to 24 pp. each. 

NevF Hampshire Association. (Comprising towns in the western 
part of Maine.) Minutes from 1789 to 1818, both inclusive. 
Thirty pamphlets, 8vo., 12mo. and 16mo., varying from 8 to 17 pp 
each. 

Oxford Association. Minutes of the anniversaries from the first to 
the thirty-ninth, both inclusive. 1829 to 1867. Thirty-nine 
pamphlets, 12mo. and 16mo., varying fi-om 3 to 16 pp. each. 

Penobscot Association. Annual minutes from 1826 to 1864, both in- 
clusive. Thirty-nine pamphlets, 12mo. and 16mo., varying from 
8 to 31 pp. each. 

Piscataquis Association. Minutes of the anniversaries from 1839 to 
1865, both inclusive, excepting those for 1861, which appeared 
with the Convention minutes for that year. Twenty-six pamph- 
lets, 12mo. and 16mo., varying from 8 to 28 pp. 

Saco River Baptist Association. Minutes of the anniversaries from 
the first to tlie twenty-fourth, both inclusive. 1842 to 1865. 
Twenty-four pamphlets, 12mo. and 16mo., varying from 12 to 20 
pp. each. 

Waldo Association. Annual minutes from 1829 to 1866, both in- 
clusive. Thirty-eight pamphlets, 8vo. and 12mo, varying from 8 
to 22 pp. each. 

Washington Baptist Association. Minutes of the anniversaries from 
1835 to 1866, both inclusive, being from the first to the thirty- 
second anniversary. Thirty-two pamphlets, 12mo. and 16mo., 
varying from 12 to 24 pp. each. 

York Baptist Association. Annual minutes from 1819 to 1867, 
both inclusive. Forty-nine pamjihlets, 12mo. and 16mo., varying 
from 8 to 16 pp. each. 

Note. The separate publication of the annual minutes of the foregoing as- 
sociations ceased in 1865. After that year they were included in the minutes 
of the General Convention. 

Bapts, Johx, S. J. Clergyman, Ellsworth; Bangor. 

Outrage upon. 1854. See Ellsworth. 
The same. (1872.) See Tincker, Mary A. 

Bakber, John. 

Journal of John Barber when Fort Halifax was built. 1754. N". E. 
Reg. 27:281. (1875.) [684 



92 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Barbour, Miss Mary Elizabeth, b. 1827. Portland. 

Extracts from James Merrill's Will, 1753. Me. Kec. 3: 182. (1886.) 

[685 

Babbour, Robert F. b. 1859. Joui-nalist, Portland. 

Preface to "Wreck of the Rainier." 1883. See Humphrey, Omar J. 

Drifting Songs and Sketches. By Robert Rexdale. Portland: 

William Stevens & Company. (Successors to Hoyt, Fogg & Don- 
ham.) 1887. 12mo. pp. 136. [686 

On the Road. By the author of the novel, " Saved by the Sword." 

Read at the dinner of the Maine Commercial Travelers' Associ- 
ation, Dec. 31, 1888. n. p. (Portland.) 24mo. pp. 6. [687 

Saved 'by the Sword. A novel by Robert Rexdale, author of 

"Drifting Songs.'" Illustrated by John Calvin Stevens and Bert 
Poole. Boston: Winthrop Publishing Company. 1889. 12mo. 
pp. 226. [688 

The same. New York: John W. Lovell Company, 150 Worth 

Street, Corner Mission Place, n. d. (Copyright, 1890.) 16mo. pp. 
226. 

Babbour, William Macleod, D. D. b. 1827. Professor Bangor 
Theological Seminary, 1868-77. 
Christ a Preacher. Matt. 9:35. Sermon before the Maine Mission- 
ary Society at its sixty-seventh anniversary at Newcastle, June 24, 
1874. Bangor: Burr & Robinson, Printers. 1874. 8vo. pp. 10. 



The same. Minutes forty-eighth annual meeting Congregational 

Conference, pp. 9.3-104. 

America's Interest in Common Schools. Address delivered at the 

dedication of the new Grammar School, Bangor, Dec. 30, 1875. 
By the Rev. W. M. Barbour, D. D., professor in Bangor Theo- 
logical Seminary. Bangor: Burr & Robinson, Printers. 1876. 
8vo. pp. 8. [690 

Sermon, Love of Christ. 1888. See Cumberland Association. 

Bar Harbor. .See Mount Desert. 

Barker, David. 1816-74. Lawyer, Exeter. 

Poems by David Barker, with a historical sketch by Hon. John E. 

Godfrey. Bangor: Press of Samuel S. Smith & Son. 1876. 

12mo. pp. 232. [691 
The same. (Second edition.) Bangor: O. F. Knowles & Co., 

Printers. 1886. 12mo. pp. xvi, 330. (Port, and illus.) [692 

This edition numbered 2000. 

The same. (Third edition.) Bangor: O. F. Knowles & Co., 

Printers. 1887. 12mo. pp. 3.58. (Port, and illus.) [693 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 93 

Babkek Family of Exeter and Bangor. 1890. -See Porter, J. W. 

Barker, F. C, and Danforth, J. S. 

Hunting and Ti-apping on the Upper Magalloway Eiver and Par- 
machenee Lake. First Winter in the Wilderness. Boston; D. 
Lothrop & Company. 1882. 16mo. pp. 238. [694 

Barker, Fen G. Bath. 

Paper relating to history of Press in Sagadahoc County. 1878. See 
Maine Press Association. 

Barker, Jacob L., and family. Brewer. 1890. »See Porter, J. W. 

Barker, Jeremiah. 

Account of Febrile Diseases, as they have appeared in several towns 
in the county of Cumberland, District of Maine, Jan. 1800-01. 
Med. Repos. 5: 144. (1802.) [695 

Barker, Lewis. 1818-90. Lawyer, Exeter and Bangor. 

Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Encyl. Maine. 
Sketch of. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

Barker, Mrs. Martha Hill. Bangor. 

Papers in "Voices from the Kenduskeag, " 1848. "The Countess 
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See Appleton, Jane S. 

Barker, Noah. 1807-89. Exeter. 

Report of the Commissioners on the Variations of the Magnetic 

Needle. Augusta: 1868. Svo. pp. 83. [696 
Obituary of Mrs. Julia Barker Crane. 1885. <See Maine Farmer's 

Almanac. 
Obituary of Noah Barker of Sedgwick. 1889. See Maine Farmer's 

Almanac. 

Obituary of. 1890. See Drummond, J. H. 

Barker, Noah. 1808-87. Sedgwick. 

Obituary of. 1889. See Barker, Noah. 

Barlow, Joel. 1754-1812. Statesman. Hartford, Conn. 
The Hasty Pudding. A poem in three cantos. 

" Oinne tulit ptinctum qui 7niscuit utile dulci. " 
He makes a good breakfast who mixes pudding with molasses. 
Written in Champerry in Savoy, 1793. By Joel Barlow, Esq., 
author of the " Columbiad, " "Vision of Columbus," &c., 
Hallowell: 1815. 12mo. pp. 23. [697 

Barlow, Nathan. 

A Vision seen by Nathan Barlow, of Freetown, (called so by the 
inhabitants) adjacent to the north end of Harlem, in the county 



94 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Barlow, Nathax, Continued. 

of Kennebec, District of Maine. Jan. 8, 1801. Boston: n. d. 
(1802.) Sold at the Printing Office in Temple Street. l2mo. pp. 
11. [698 

A Vision seen by Nathan Barlow, of Freetown, (called so by the 
inhabitants) adjacent to the north end of Harlem in the county 
of Kennebec, District of Maine. (Signed " Wm. Taylor .") n. t. 
p. (Greenfield, Mass. 1810 ? ) 8vo. pp. 4. [699 

Babnard. Incorporated 1834. Incorporation repeated, 1877. 
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Baenaed, John. 

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lating to Mount Desert. 1783. Bang. H. M. 3: 212. (1888.) [700 

Barnard, Thomas, D. D. 1748-1814. Clergyman, Salem, Mass. d. 
1814. 
A Sermon delivered June 7th, 1809. At the ordination of the Rev. 
Ichabod Nichols, as colleague pastor of the First Congregational 
church in Portland. By Thomas Barnard, D. D., pastor of the 
North church, in Salem, Mass. Printed by J. M'Kown, Port- 
land. 1809. 8vo. pp. 23. [701 

Barnes, Albert. 1798-1870. Theologian, Philadelphia. 

Memoir and sermons of Edward Payson. Princ. Rev. 3:225. (1830.) 

[702 

Albert Barnes on the Maine Liquor Laws. The Throne of Iniquity: 

or sustaining evil by law. A discourse in behalf of a law prohib- 
iting the traffic in intoxicating drinks. Delivered in the First 
Presbyterian church, Philadelphia, Feb. 1, 1852, and in the Pres- 
byterian church, Harrisburg, Feb. 29, 1852. By Rev. Albert 
Barnes, n. p. n. d. (1852.) 16mo. pp. 24. [703 

Contains letter from Rev. Enoch Pond, P. D., of Uangor, ui)on the work- 
ings of the JIaine Law. 

Barnes, Francis. 1840-93. Houlton. 

The Story of Houlton from Public Records, and from the experi- 
ences of its founders, their descendants, and associates to the 
present time. Also announcements. Houlton, Maine: Will H. 
Smith, Publisher and Printer. 1889. 12mo. n. pp. (pp. 130.) [704 
The cover has the title " Houlton Souvenir, Christmas, 1890, " and there 
is also a vignette map. 

Spauldingiana, 1800-84. Autobiographical sketch of the Rev. 

Royal Crafts Spaulding, and extracts from letters of himself, and 
his wife, Jerusha Bryant Spaulding. With notes and explana- 
tory text, arranged and edited by Francis Barnes. Houlton, 
Maine: Press of William H. Smith. 1891. 8vo. pp. 53. (2 ports., 
3 illus.) [705 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 95 

Barnes, (obBabns) Miss Lucy. 1780-1809. Poland. 

The Female Christian : containiug a sketch from the writings of 
Miss Lucy Barnes: who departed from this life Aug. 2.5th, 1809. 
She " being dead yet speaketh. " 

That you may be able after my decease to have these things always in re- 
membrance. St. Peter. 

Portland: Printed at theArgus Office. Francis Douglas, Printer. 
12mo. pp. 71. [706 

Serious and Important Questions Answered from the Scriptures. 

By Lucy Barns. New York: 1835. 32mo. pp. 12. [707 

Baknes, Phinehas. 1811-71. Lawyer, Portland. 

The Colleges for the Industrial Classes, contemplated by act of 
Congress of 1862. Reprinted from the Maine Farmer. (Dated 
Portland, Dec. 6, 1866.) 8vo. pp. 39. [708 

Resolutions and Remarks of the Bar of Cumberland County upon 

the death of Hon. Phiuehas Barnes, 1871. Maine Reports, .59: 
597. (1872.) [709 

Barnes (or Barns), Thomas. 1749-1816. Clergyman, Falmouth, 

Poland. 

An Oration delivered at Freeport, on the 4th day of July, 1807. 

Being the anniversary of American Independence. By Thomas 

Barnes. Printed at Portland. 1807. 8vo. pp. 12. [710 

At the Supreme Judicial Court, May term, 1810, in Cumberland. 

Thomas Barnes versus the Inhabitants of the First Parish in 
Falmouth, n. t. p. 8vo. pp. 16. [711 

The plaintiff, an Universalist minister, demanded that taxes assessed upon 
his hearers for congregational purposes, should be applied towards his sup- 
port, but the decision was against him, because his society had not been in- 
corporated. See 10 Mass. Reports, 401. (1810.) 

Memoir of. 1856. See Buck, Levisa. 

Barr, Mary. 

Memoir of. 1863. See Poor, John A. 

Barratt, Joseph, M. D. Middletown, Conn. 

Key to the Indian Language of Xew England in the Etchemin, or 
Passamaquoddy Language, spoken in Maine and St. John, New 
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The Indian of New England, and the North Eastern Provinces. A 

sketch of the life of an Indian hunter, ancient traditions, relat- 
ing to the Etchemin tribe. Their modes of life, fishing, hunting, 
&c., with vocabulai'ies in the Indian and English, giving the 
names of the animals, birds and fish. The most complete that 
has been given for New England, in the languages of the Etche- 



96 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Bakratt, Joseph, M. D., Continued. 

rain and Micmacs. These are now the only Indian tribes to the 
northeast, the former inhabitants of New England, tliat liave 
preserved their language entire, being the oldest and purest In- 
dian spoken in the Eastern States. Derived from Nicola Tenesles. 
By a citizen of Middletown, Conn. 

2i^=This is the only work of its kind to be had. It contains 
the elements of the Indian tongue, and much that is new to 
the reading public, especially the names by which the red men 
of the forest designated the natural objects before them. Mid- 
dletown, Connecticut: Charles H. Pelton, Printer. 1851. 
Price 25 cents. 12mo. pp. 24. [713 

Barrett, Mrs. Cornelia Crosby. Bangor. 

Joint editor " Voices from the Kenduskeag." 1848. -See Appleton, 
Mrs. Jane S. 

Barrett, J. H. 

Barrett's Authentic Edition. Life of Abraham Lincoln(of Illinois), 
with a condensed view of his most important speeches, and also 
a sketch of the life of Hannibal Hamlin (of Maine). By J. H. 
Barrett. Cincinnati: Moore, Wilstack, Keys & Co., 35 West 
Fourth Street, 1860. 12mo. pp. 216. (Portraits.) [714 

Barrett, Jonas S. 1801-64. Belfast, Auburn, Cal. 

New views upon the Bible, and its abuses by the priests. Belfast: 
1843. 12mo. pp. 47. [715 

Barrett, Samuel, D. D. 1796-1866. Clergyman. Boston; Roxbury. 
" Thou shalt not Kill." A sermon preached in the Twelfth Con- 
gregational church, Boston, Sunday, Mai'ch 4, 1838. In conse- 
quence of the late duel in Washington. By Samuel Barrett, 
minister of that church. Printed (not published) by request, n 
p. 8vo. pp. 18. t716 

The duel was between Jonathan C'illey of Maine, and William J. Graves. 
See Cilley, Jonathan. 

Babeows, Miss Anna. Fryeburg, Boston. 

Eggs: facts and fancies about them. Compiled by Anna Bari'ows. 
Omne vivum ex ovo. Boston: D. Lothrop Comi)any, Washing- 
ton Street, opposite Bromtield. n. d. (Copyright 1890.) 12ino. 
pp. 159. [717 

Barrows, George Bradley, b. 1822. Lawyer, Fryeburg. 
The Press of Oxford County. 1872. See Griffin, Joseph. 

Barrows, Mrs. Georgiana S. Fryeburg. 

Little Gracie: or one more lamb in the fold. Boston: Published 
by Henry Hoyt, No 9 Cornhill. (Entered 1862.) 18mo. pp. 89. [718 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 97 

Barrows, JoH>f Hexry, D. D. b. 1847. Clergyman, Chicago. 

The Perfection of the Bible. A sermon preached in the Payson 
Memorial church in Portland, April 27, 1879, by Rev. John H. 
Barrows, pastor of the Eliot Congregational church, Lawrence, 
Mass. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1879. Svo. pp. 20. 

[719 

Barrows, Isabkl C. 

The Shaybacks in Camp. 1887- See Barrows, Samuel J. 

Barrows, Samukl June. Clergyman and journalist, Boston, and 
Barrows, Isabel C. 

The Shaybacks in Camp. Ten Summers under Canvas. By Samuel 
J. Barrows and Isabel C. Barrows. 

Two voices are there. AVordsworth. 

Distinct as the billows, yet one as the sea. MoxroojiERY. 

Boston and Xew York: Houghton, Mifflin & Company. The 
Riverside Press, Cambridge. 1SS7. ICmo. pp. vi, 30.5. [720 

Barrows, William, Jrx. 1784-1821. Lawyer, Fryeburg; Xorth Yar- 
mouth. 

An Oration pronounced at Fryeburg, on the 4th of July, 1812, at 
the request of the Federal Republicans of Fryeburg and the 
adjacent towns. By William Barrows, Jun. 

Fortunati, nimiuin, sua si bona norint! — Virgil. Americanos! 
"Excessive partiality for one foreign nation, and excessive dislike for 
another, cause those whom they actuate to see danger only on one side, and 
serve to veil, and even second, the arts of influence on the other. Real 
patriots, who may resist the intrigues of the favorite, are liable to become 
suspected and odious; while its tools and dupes usurp the applause and con- 
fidence of the people, to surrender their interests." Washington's Fare- 
well Address. 

Portland: Printed by Arthur Shirley. 1812. Svo. pp. 16. [721 

Barrows, William Griswold, LL. D. 1821-86. Lawyer and justice 
of the Supreme Judicial Court, Brunswick. 
The Saracens. A lecture delivered before the Brunswick and 

Topsham Lyceum, Feb. 20th, 1844. By William G. Barrows. 

Brunswick: 1844. Svo. pp. 8. [722 
Address on the seventy-fifth birthday of Longfellow. 1882. See 

Maine Historical Society Proceedings. 

Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

^Resolutions on the death of Rev. A. S. Packard. 188-5. Me. Hist. 

Soc. Coll. 2d. ser. 2 : 178. [723 
In Memoriam. Proceedings of the Cumberland Bar in relation to 

the death of Hon. William G. Barrows, who was an associate 

justice of this court, from March 27, 1863 to March 27, 1884, and 



98 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Barrows, William Griswold, LL. D., Continued. 

who died at his residence in Brunswick, April 6, 1886, aged 65 
years. See Spanlding, Joseph W. [724 

Addresses by S. C. Strout, Nathan Cleaves, Weston Thompson, Joseph W. 
Symonds, and response by Chief Justice Peters. 

Barry, Johx. 1T4.5-1S03. First Commodore U. S. Xavy. 
" The Glory of America." See Calef, John. 

Babston, Ellen M. Portland. 

The Mission of the Fairies, as exhibited by the First Universalist 
Sunday-school, Portland, 1889. Portland: Stephen Berry, 
Printer. 1869. 12mo. pp. 34. [72.5 

Barth, C. G., D. D., Wurtemberg. 

Chronological Commentary. An expository and practical com- 
mentary on the books of Scripture, arranged in the chronological 
order, forming a hand-book of Biblical elucidation, for the use of 
families, schools and students of the Word of God. Translated 
from the German woi'k edited by the late G. C Barth, D. D. With 
an introduction by J. J. Carruthers, D. D., pastor of the Second 
Congregational church. Portland: Hoyt, Fogg, and Donham. 
1872. Imp. 8vo. pp. 1000. [726 

Bartlet, William Stoodley. 1809-83. Clergyman, Chelsea, Mass. 

A Contribution to the History of Bath. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 3: 271. 

(1853.) [727 

The Frontier Missionary: a memoir of the life of the Rev. Jacob 

Bailey, A. M., missionary at Pownalborough, Me.: Cornwallis 
and Annapolis, IST. S. : with illustrations, notes, and an appendix ; 
by William S. Bartlet, A. M., rector of St. Luke's church, Chel- 
sea, Mass., and a corresponding member of the Maine Historical 
Society, with a preface by Right Rev. George Burgess, D. D., 
bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the Diocese of 
Maine. Boston: Ide and Button, 106 Washington Street, 1853. 
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Reviewed by Lorenzo Sabine, in No. Am. Rev. 78:202. (1854). 

Collections of the Protestant Episcopal Historical Society. Vol. II. 

New York: Stanford & Swords. 1853. 8vo. pp. xvii, 365, (1.) 
(Map, facsimile and 3 ports.) [728 

(Second title.) The Frontier Missionary : A Memoir of the life of 
the Rev. Jacob Bailey, A. M. Missionary at Pownalborough, 
Maine, Cornwallis and Annapolis, N". S. : With illustrations, 
notes and an appendix by William S. Bartlet, A. M. [729 

Introduction to history of " Travail into "Virginia." 1853. See 

Strachey, William. 

The Right Rev. George Burgess, D. D. Am. Church Monthly, 

19:269. (1867.) [730 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 99 

The same, reprinted from the Church Monthly. 1867. 8vo. pp. 8. 

Editor. List of Persons Admitted as Deacons, &c. 1875. (See Bur- 
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Bartlett, Benjamin Dixon, M. D. 1789-1853. Physician, Bath, 
Cambridge, Mass. 
An Address delivered at Brunswick, before the Medical Society of 
Maine, Sept. 4th, 1827. [731 

Baktlett, David L., and others. 

Trial for Robbery. 1867. -S'ee Pulsifer, J. D. 

Bartlett, David W. 

(Authorized Edition.) The Life and Public Services of the Hon. 
Abraham Lincoln, with a portrait on steel. To which is added a 
biographical sketch of Hon. Hannibal Hamlin. By D. W. Bart- 
lett, Washington correspondent of the New York Independent 
and Evening Post, and author of "Lives of Modern Agitators," 
"Life of Lady Jane Grey," "Joan of Arc," etc. New York: 
Derby & Jackson, Publishers, No. 498 Broadway. 1860. 12mo. 
pp. vii, 15, 354. [732 

Bartlett, Frank L. 

Pocket edition. Minerals of New England. Where and how to 
find them. Coutaiuing a description of the i^rincipal ores of 
gold, silver, lead, tin, antimony, &c. With simple methods for 
testing the same ; also, containing a brief description of the geo- 
logical formation of ore veins; with directions for prospectors 
and miners. By F. L. Bartlett, assayer for the State of Maine. 
Portland: Dresser, McLellan & Co. 1887. 12mo. pp. 46. [733 

Mines of Maine. The present condition of the mines and their 

future prospects. The rock formations, with descrijitions of the 
principal mineral belts. Condensed notes ou the ores, their 
assay, values and manner of treatment. Opinions of experts. 
Newspaper reports. Theory of the formation of ore veins. List 
of stock companies, statistics, &c. 

" No man who enters the geological field in quest of the wonderful, need 
pass in tlie pursuit of his object, from the true to the ficticious." Hugh 
Miller. I 

By Frank L. Bartlett, assayer of the State of Maine. Author of 
"Minerals of New England." Portland: B. Thurston & Co. 

1879-80. 12mo. pp. 84. [734 

Bartlett, Joseph. 1762-1827. Lawyer, r. Saco, 180.3-10. 

An Oration delivei-ed at Biddeford, on the Fourth of July, 1805. By 
Joseph Bartlett. To correct, not to loound. Saco. Printed by 
William Weeks. MDCCCV. [735 

Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 



100 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Babtlett, Joseph. 1816-82. Clergyman, Buxton, 1847-07. 

A Discourse jireached in the South Congregational church, Buxton, 
Maine, Aug. 26, 1860. By Rev. Joseph Bartlett, j^astor of the 
church. Portland: Printed by Brown Thurston & Co. 1860. 
Svo. pp. 23. [736 

Memorial (of Rev. Charles Packard, 1801-64), by Rev. Joseph Bart- 
lett. (Biddeford, 1864.) 8vo. pp. 19. [737 

Living by the Day : A sermon by Rev. Joseph Bartlett : Avith a 

biographical sketch of the author. Printed for private distribu- 
tion. 1883. 8vo. pp. 25. [738 

Baktlett, Joseph T. Bangor. 

An Oration written for the youth's celebration in the city of Ban- 
gor, July 4, 1840, and delivered by him. Bangor: 1840. Svo. 
pp. 12. [739 

Bartlett, Thomas, and family, of Bangor. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

Bartol, Cyrus Augustus, D. D. b. Freeport, 1813. Clergyman, 
Boston. 
Address delivered before the First Congregational society in Gro- 
ton, at the funeral of their late pastor, George W. Wells, March 
21,1843. By Rev. C. A. Bartol. Boston: William Crosby & Co. 
118 Washington Street. 1843. 8vo. pp. 12. [740 

The same. Mo. Misc. 8: 297. (1843.) 

Dr. Ichabod Nichols. Ch. Ex. 60: 220. (18.59.) [741 

The Preacher, the Singer, and the Doer. Dewey, Longfellow and 

Bertram. A sermon preached in the West church, by C. A. Bar- 
tol. Boston: A. Williams & Co., 283 Washington Street. 1882. 
Svo. pp. 12. [742 

Contains pleasant allusions to the Maine life of Longfellow. 

Bartol Family. (Maine Branch.) 1885. <See Banks, Charles E. 

Bartol, Miss Mary S. Boston, h. Freeport. 

The Child's Magazine. Edited by Mary Bartol. Vol.1. Portland: 
Published by George R. Davis & Brother. 1858. Printed by Ira 
Berry. 1857. 12mo. pp. 424. [743 

Honor May. (Monogram) Boston: Ticknor & Fields. 1860. 

16mo. pp. (4), 404. [744 

Barton, Bernard. 1784-1849. English poet. 

Poems, by Bernard Barton. Second American, from the latest Lon- 
don edition. 

" And song is but the eloquence of truth." 

Campbell. 

Augusta: Published by William M. Ladd. C. Spaulding, Print- 
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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 101 

Bakton, Miss Ellen L. 1841-94. Educator, Portland, r. Maine from 

1877. 

Language Lessons in Arithmetic. Written and oral exercises, by 

Ellen L. Barton, principal Portland School for Deaf. Boston: 

Published by Ginn & Company. 1885. 12mo. pp. 434. [746 

Bartgis^, Llewellyn, h. Naples, 1854. Lawyer, Portland. 

Algebraic Keview. Designed for the high schools and academies. 
By Llewellyn Barton, A. M., Principal of Bridgton Academy. 
Published by the author, North Bridgton. 1891. 12mo. pp. 98. 

[747 

Bashaba. Dominion of. (1845.) See Drake, Samuel G. 

and the Tarrantines. (1876. See Godfrey, John E. 
Home of. (1890.) See Thayer, Henry O. 

Bashfoed, J. W., D. D., Ph. D. 

Outline History of Chestnut Street Methodist Episcopal church, 
and directory of members, by J. W. Bashford. Portland: James 
S. Staples, Printer. 1887. 24mo. pp. 44. [748 

Batchelder, Calvin Redington. 1813-79. Charleston, N. H. 

A History of the Eastern Diocese. By Calvin R. Batchelder. In 
three volumes. Vol. 1. Claremont, N. H. : The Claremont Man- 
ufacturing Company, Church Printers. 1876. 8vo. pp. 572. 

[749 
Pages 5 to 97 contain "The Church of 3Iaine." But a single volume was 
published. 

Batchelder, Jacob. 1806-76. Instructor, Salem, Mass. 

Lecture: Cooperation of Parents and Teachers. 1848. See 
American Institute of Instruction. 

Batchelder, Samuel. 1784-1889. Cambridge, Mass. 

Vindication of his conduct as agent of the York Manufacturing 

Company. 1854. 8vo. pp. 7. [750 
Statement York Company. July, 1854. Sam'l Batchelder. n. t. p. 

8vo. pp. 13. [751 

Batchelder, William, d. 1818. Clergyman, Berwick. 1796-1805. 
A Sermon delivered at Buxton, A. D., 1802, at the ordination of 
Abner Flanders, to the work of the ministry. By William 
Batchelder of Berwick, preacher of the gospel. Published by 
request. Portsmouth, N. H. : Printed by N. S. and W. Peirce, 
at the Gazette Office. 1803. 8vo. pp. 17. [752 

Bateman, Luther C. b 1849. Searsmont, Auburn. 

Clamshell Deposits on Spaulding's Island, off South Thomaston 
Bang. H. M. 4:220. (1889.) [753 



102 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Bates, Alvah Joxes. 1820-77. Clergyman, Lincoln, 1848-65. 

The First and Great Commandment. 1860. [754 

Bates, Aklo, Litt. D. b. East.Machias, 1850. Author, Boston. 

Lad's Love: a story in two parts. All the round, new ser. 28: 418, 
446. (1882.) [755 

The same, under the following title : — 

A Lad's Love. By Arlo Bates. 

The flaring twinkle of a rushlight; the delusive fervor of a lad's love. 
Youth and Age, iv, 3. 

Boston: Roberts Brothers. 1887. 16mo. pp. 282. [756 

Witch of Harpswell. Cosmopol. 2: 69. (1886.) [757 

Cutler and Vicinity, (illustrated.) 1889. See Peabody, Henry G. 

Bates College. This institution grew out of the Maine State Semi- 
nary, chartered in 1865. In 1864 a new charter was secured and 
the Seminary became Bates College, the name being given in ac- 
knowledgement of the generosity of Mr. Benjamin E. Bates of 
Boston, who made it a large gift. 

CATALOGUES. 

Catalogue of the officers and students of the Maine State Semi- 
nary, first term. From Sept. 1 to Nov. 12, 1857. Lewiston: 
Printed at the Journal Office. 1857. Svo. pp. 22. [758 

Catalogue of the officers and students of the Maine State Semi- 
nary, for the year ending Nov. 4, 1858. Lewiston, Maine: Printed 
at the Journal Office. 1858. 8vo. pp. 31. [759 

Catalogue of the officers and students of the Maine State Semi- 
nary, Lewiston, for the year ending Nov. 3, 1859. Lewiston, 
Maine : Printed at the Journal Office. 1859. Svo. pp. 30. [760 

Catalogue of the officers and students of the Maine State Seminary, 
Lewiston, for the year ending Nov. 1, I860. Lewiston: Printed 
at the Journal Office. 1860. Svo. pp. 31. [761 

Catalogue of the officers and students of the Maine State Seminary, 
Lewiston, for the year ending Oct. 31, 1861. Lewiston: Printed 
at the Journal Office. 1861. Svo. pp. 32. [762 

Catalogue of the officers and students of the Maine State Seminary, 
Lewiston, for the year ending Nov. 13, 1862. Amore ac Studio. 
Lewiston: Printed at the Daily Journal Office, Lisbon Street. 
1862. Svo. pp. 36. [763 

In 1863 the college was incorporated and the name of the institution was 
changed from Maine State Seminary to Bates College. 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bates College, Lewiston, 
Me., for the year ending Nov. 25, 1863. Amore ac Studio. Lewis- 
ton: Printed at the Daily Journal Office, Lisbon Street. 1863 
Svo. pp. 48. [764 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 103 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bates College, Lewiston, 
Me., for the year ending Nov. 2.5, 1864. Amore ac Studio. Lew- 
iston: Printed at the Daily Journal Office, Lisbon Street. 1864. 
38 pages. [765 

In 18t)4 the departments of the institution were divided and all below the 
college was incorporated under the name of "The Latin School! " 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bates College and Latin 
School, Lewiston, Maine. 186.5-66. Amore ac Studio. Lewiston: 
Printed at the Daily Journal Office, Lisbon Street. 1865. 8vo. pp. 
24. [766 

From and after 186G, the catalogues of the Latin School have been pub- 
lished separately . 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bates College, Lewiston, 
Maine. 1866-67. Amore ac Studio. Lewiston: Printed at the 
Journal Office, Lisbon Street. 1866. 8vo. pp. 16. [767 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bates College, Lewiston, 
Maine. 1867-68. Amore ac Studio. Lewiston: Printed at the 
Journal Office, Lisbon Street. 1867. Svo. pp. 16. [768 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bates College, Lewiston, 
Maine. 1868. Amore ac Studio. Lewiston: Printed at the 
Journal Office, Lisbon Street. 1868. 8vo. pp. 16. [769 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bates College, Lewiston, 
Maine. 1868-69. Lewiston: Evening Journal Steam Printing 
Office. 1868. 8vo. pp. 18. [770 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bates College, Lewiston, 

Maine. 1869-70. Lewiston: Journal Steam Printing Office. 1869. 

Svo. pp. 18. [771 

In 1870 a theological school was incorporated with the college, but no 

change was made in the title of the catalogue. 

Catalogue of Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. 1870-71. Lewiston: 
Evening Journal Steam Printing Press. 1870. Svo. pp. 33. [772 

Catalogue of Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. 1871-72. Lewiston: 
Nelson Dingiey, Jr., & Co., College Printers. 1871. Svo. pp. 36. [773 

Catalogue of Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. 1872-73. Lewiston: 
Nelson Dingiey, Jr., & Co., College Printers. 1S72. Svo. pp. 41. 

[774 

Catalogue of Bales College, Lewiston, Maine. 1873-74. Lewiston: 
Printed at the Journal Office. 1873. Svo. pp. 41. [775 

Catalogue of Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. 1874-75. Lewiston: 
Printed at the Journal Office. 1874. Svo. pp. 38. [776 

Catalogue of Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. 1875-76. Lewiston: 
Printed at the Journal Office. 1875. Svo. pp. 43. [777 



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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 



Bates College, Continued. 

Catalogus Senatus Academici, et eorum qui mvinera et officia gesse- 
runt, quique aliquo gradu exornati fuerunt, in Academia Bates- 
ini, Lewistonise, in Kepublica Mainensi. Lewistonise: Nelson 
Dingley, et al., Typograpliis. MDCCCLXXV. 8vo. pp. [778 

Catalogue of Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. 1876-77. Lewiston: 
Printed at the Journal Office. 1876. 8vo. pp. 39. [779 

Catalogue of Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. 1877-78. Lewiston: 
Printed at the Journal Office. 1877. 8vo. pp. .36. [780 

Catalogue of Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. 1878-79. Lewiston: 
Printed at the Journal Office. 1878. 8vo. pp. 38. [781 

Catalogus Senatus Academici, et eorum qui munera et officia gesse- 
runt, quique aliquo gradu exornati fuerunt, in Academia Batesini, 
Lewistonise, in Republica Mainensi. Lewistonise: Xelson Ding- 
ley, et al., Typographis. MDCCCLXXVIII. 8vo. pp. 12. [782 

Catalogue of Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, 1879-80. Lewiston: 

Printed at the Journal Office. 1879. 8vo. pp. 44. [783 

Catalogue of Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. 1880-81. Lewiston: 

Printed at the Journal Office. 1880. 8vo. pp. 44.. [784 

Catalogue and Triennial of Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. 1881- 
82. Lewiston: Printed at the Journal Office. 1881. Svo. pp. 44. 

[785 

Catalogue of Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. 1882-83. Lewiston: 
Printed at the Journal Office. 1881 . 8vo. pp. 38. [786 

Catalogue of Bates College, Lewiston, Me. 1883-84. Lewiston: 
Printed at the Journal Office. 1884. Svo. pp. 39. [787 

Catalogue of Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. 1884-85. Lewiston: 
Printed at the Journal Office. 1884. 8vo. pp. 37. [788 

Catalogus Senatus Academici, et eorum qui munero et officia gesse- 
runt, quique aliquo gradu exornati fuerunt, in Academia Batesini, 
Lewistonise, in Republica Mainensi. Lewistonise: Xelson Ding- 
ley, et al., Typographis. MDCCCLXXXIV. 8vo. pp. 15. [789 

Catalogue of Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. 1885-86. Lewiston: 
Printed at the Journal Office. 1885. 8vo. pp. 40. [790 

Catalogue of Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. 1886-87. Lewiston: 
Printed at the Journal Office. 1886. Svo. pp. 40. [791 

Catalogue of Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. 1887-88. Lewiston: 
Printed at the Journal Office. 1887. Svo. pp. 40. [792 

Catalogue of Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. 1888-89. Lewiston: 
Printed at the Journal Office. 1S88. Svo. pp. 40. [793 

Catalogue of Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. 1889-90. Lewiston: 
Printed at the Journal Office. 1889. Svo. pp. 42. [794 



BIBLIOGKAPHY OF MAINE. 105 

Catalogue of Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. 1890-91. Lewiston: 
Printed at the Journal Office. 1890. 8vo. pp. 46. [795 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Laws of Bates College relating to the conduct of students, n. d. 
(1863.) 8vo. pp. 8. [796 

Oration and poem delivered at the consecration of the " Class 
Tree "at Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, July 23, 1864. Lewis- 
ton: Printed at the Daily Journal Office, Lisbon Street. 1864. 
8vo. pp. 24. [797 

Oration: Albert W. Heath. Poem, Ira A. Shurtleff. 

Account of Commencement. 1873. See United States Bureau of 
Education. 

Thirteenth Annual Address of the President to the Corporation, 
Tuesday, June 27th, 1876. Lewiston: Printed at the Journal 
Office. 1876. Svo. pp. 10. [798 

Fourteenth Annual Address of the President to the Corporation, 
Tuesday, June 27th, 1877. Lewiston: Printed at the Journal Office. 
1877. 8vo. pp. 24. [799 

Laws of Bates College. Revised in 1877. Lewiston: Journal Office, 
1877. Svo. pp. 22. [800 

Fifteenth Annual Address of the President to the Corporation, 
Wednesday, June 26th, 1878. Lewiston: Printed at the Journal 
Office. 1878. Svo. pp. 24. [801 

Sixteenth Annual Address of the President to the Corporation, 
Wednesday, June 25th, 1S79. Lewiston: Printed at the Journal 
Office. 1879. Svo. pp. 40. [802 

Seventeenth Annual Address of the President to the Corporation, 
Wednesday, June 30th, 1880. Lewiston: Printed at the Journal 
Office. 1880. Svo. pp. 34. [803 

Eighteenth Annual Address of the President to the Corporation, 
Wednesday, June 29th, 1881. Lewiston: Printed at the Journal 
Office. 1881. Svo. pp. 30. [804 

Discourse. Eeligion and Science. 1SS2. See Stanley, R. C. 

Nineteenth Annual Address of the President to the Corporation, 
Wednesday, June 28th, 1SS2. Lewiston: Printed at the Journal 
Office. 1882. Svo. pp. 27. [805 

Twentieth Annual Address of the President to the Corporation, 
Wednesday, June 27th, 1SS3. Lewiston: Printed at the Journal 
Office. 1883. Svo. pp. 24. [806 

Bates College: its Work and Aims. n. t. p. n. d. (1883.) Svo. pp 
8. . [807 



106 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Bates College, Continued. 

Twenty-first Annual Address of the President to the Corporation, 
Wednesday, June 25, 1884. Lewiston : Printed at the Journal 
Office. 1884. 8vo. pp. 23. [808 

Twenty-second Annual Address of the President to the Corpora- 
tion, Wednesday, June 24, 188.5. Lewiston: Printed at the Jour- 
nal Office. 1885. 8vo. pp. 26. [809 

Twenty-third Annual Address of the President to the Corporation, 
Wednesday, June SOth, 1886. Lewiston: Printed at the Journal 
Office. 1886. 8vo. pp. 20. [810 

Twenty-fourth Annual Address of the President to the Corpora- 
tion, Wednesday, June 29, 1887. Lewiston: Printed at the Jour- 
nal Office. 1887. 8vo. pp. 24. [811 

Twenty-fifth Annual Address of the President to the Corporation, 
Wednesday, June 27, 1888. 8vo. pp. 24. Lewiston: Printed at 
the Journal Office. 1888. 8vo. pp. 27. [812 

Twenty-sixth Annual Address of the President to the Corporation, 
Wednesday, June 26, 1889. Lewiston: Printed at the Journal 
Office. 1889. 8vo. pp. 27. [813 

Paper upon the College. 1889. -See Stanley, Richard C. 

Twenty-seventh Annual Address of the President to the Corpora- 
tion, Wednesday, June 25, 1890. Lewiston: Printed at the Jour- 
nal Office. 1890. 8vo. pp. 28. [814 

The Bates Student. Vols. 1-18. 1873-90. Sm. 4to. [817 

Under the management of the students. Ten numbers are jjublished 
annually, composing a volume. 

Bates, James, M. D. 1789-1882. Physician, Xorridgewock, Yar- 
mouth. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1882. Me. Med. Ass. Trans. 7: 514. (1882.) 

[818 

Bates, James Macomber, M. D. Physician, Yarmouth. 

President's Address before Maine Medical Association. Me. ^Med. 
Ass. Proc. 5:307. (1876.) [819 

Bath. Incorporated 1781. 

First Company of Soldiers of the Second Parish of Georgetown, 
now Bath. 1757. Bang. H. M. 5:81. (1889.) [820 

Sermon, ordination H. Wallis. 1795. See Gillet, Eliphalet. 

Eulogy on Washington. 1800. See Greenwood, Andrew. 

Oration, 4 July, 1800. See Greenwood, Andrew. 

Sermon, Thanksgiving. 1802. -See May, Hezekiah. 

Address, Masonic. 1807. -See Jenks, William. 

Oration, 4 July, 1808. -See Ames, Benjamin. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 107 

-Sermon, missionaiy. 1810. See Gillet, Eliplialet. 

-Sermon, ordination of J. W. Ellingwood. 1S12. See Woods, 

Leonard. 
-Discourse. 1813. See Appleton, Jesse. 
-Account of captured English Bibles brought there by a privateer. 

1813. See Bible Society of Massachusetts. 
-Marriages solemnized by Rev. J. "W. Ellingwood, 1813-53. See 

Woodward, Frank E. 
-Sermon. 1815. See Ellingwood. J. W. 
-Memorial of the citizens of Bath, protesting against any increase 

of tariff. Dec. 12, 1820. Washington: 1820. Svo. pp. 6. [821 

-Sermon. 1822. See Hedding, Elijah. 

-Sermon, ordination Seneca White. 1S2.S. See Gillet, Eliplialet. 
-Address. 1825. -See Winter, Francis. 
-Sermon. 1826. See Cobb, Sylvanus. 
-Sermon. 1828. See Ellingwood, J. W. 
-History of Bath. 1833. See Sewall, Joseph. 
-Sermon, missionary. 1834. See Freeman, Charles. 
-Articles of Faith and Rules of Order, for the Society of the Xew 

Jerusalem. Boston: Clapp & Broaders. 1834. 16mo. pp. 18. 

[822 

-The Articles of Faith, covenant and catalogue of members of the 
Central Congregational Church, Bath, Me. Bath: Sentinel and 
Times Press. 1868. 8vo. pp. 48. [823 

-Military and Xaval Orphan Asylum. Established 1868. Reports 
1868-90. See Maine Public Documents. 

-Catalogue of books in Winter Street Congregational Sunday-school 
library. Bath. n. d., n. p. 16mo. pp. 81. [824 

-A ddress before Maine Press Association. 1868. See Knight, Enoch. 

-Poem before the same. 1868. S6e Elwell, Edward H. 

-Sermon, on Church Membership. 1871. See Fiske, J. O. 

-Sermon, missionary. 1871. See Cole, Albert. 

-Sabbath-School Convention. 1870. See Sunday-schools. 

-Directory. 1871-72. See Jones, S. G. & Co. 

-Address. 1874. See Spaulding, Jos. W. 

-Directory, 1874. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. 

-Historical Dates in. 1604-1874. See Lemont, L. P. 

-Directory. 1876-77. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. 

-History Montgomery Royal Arch Chapter. 1876. See Fuller, 
Andrew J. 



108 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Bath, Continued. 

Sermon, "Is Earth Man's Final Destiny?" 1877. See Dike, Sam- 
uel F. 

Gov. King, and his Home at. 1878. .See Swasey, A. S. 

A Complete Schedule of vessels built and registered in the district 

of Bath, Maine, commencing at 1783, giving rig, name, tonnage, 
where built, first master, registering owner and hailing port. 
Compiled from the records at the Custom House, by Capt. Geo. 
A. Preble and F. S. Partridge. Bath: Fen^G. Baker & Company. 
1878. 8vo. pp. 48. ^ [825 

Bound with same, under separate title-page, is the following: 
A Complete Schedule of vessels, built and enrolled in the district 
of Bath, Maine, commenced at 1871, giving rig, tonnage, where 
built, first master, and hailing port. Compiled from the records 
at the Custom House, by John H.Raymond. Bath: Fen. G. 
Baker & Company. 1878. 8vo. pp. 49-7-5. - [826 

Directory. 1880. See Greenough & Co. 

Anniversary Sermon on Bath Churches. 1881. See Fiske, .John O. 

^Directory. 188.3-4. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. 

Sermon, Fast. 1843. See Palmer, Ray. 

-Sermon on Mrs. Xancy EUingwood. 1844. See Adams, George E. 

Sermon, missionary. 1844. See Dike, Samuel F. 

Sermon, 1844. See Thurston, Stephen. 

Sermon, missionary. 1849. See Condit, .J. B. 

Sermon, missionary. 1849. See Thurston, Eli. 

-Discourse, Omnipotence of God. 1847. See Fiske, J. O. 

Discourse on President Taylor. 18.50. See Fiske, J. O. 

^Discour.se on Gen. King. 18.52. See Fiske, J. O. 

-Address, educational. 18.52. See Hoyt, .Jo.seph G- 

Statement concerning New Church. New Jerus. Mag., Aug., 1852. 

Contribution to history of. 1853. See Bartlet, William S. 

Lecture, educational. 18.55. See Weston, Edwai-d P. 

Discourse, 1853. See Martin, Wyman. 

Sermon, dedicatory. 1853. See Sheldon, David X. 

Sermon, missionary. 1857. See Little, George B. 

Charge to clergy. 1859. See Burgess, George. 

Discourse on Fifth Commandment. 1859. See Fiske, J. O. 

Xotice of John W. EUingwood. 1861 See Fiske, J. O. 

Discourse, National Fast. 1861. See Fiske, J. O. 

Discourse, National Fast. 1861. See Mines, John O. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 109 

Address, Military Orphan Asylum. 1SG6. See Chamberlain, J. L. 

Trial at, for Bowdoinham Bank Robbery. 1867. -See Pulsifer, J. D. 

Directory. 1867-8. See Langford & Chase. 

Charter and By-laws of St. Bernard Chapter, N"©. 23, of Royal Arch 

Masons at Bath, Maine. Chartered May 23, 1866. Portland: 
Stephen Berry, Printer. 1868. 24mo. pp. 14. [827 

The Annual Report of the Board of Trade of Bath, Maine. Sub- 
mitted at a meeting holden Feb. 4, 1884. Together with a list of 
officers and committee, by-laws of the association, ship-building 
statistics, &c., &c. (City seal.) Bath: Printed by E. Upton & 
Son. 1884. 8vo. pp. 34. (Advertisements, pp. 35-72.) [828 
Historical and descriptive view. Pages 23-34. 

Address before the General Conference. 1886. See Hyde, William 

DeWitt. 

Directory, 1887. <S'ee Greenough, W. A. & Co. 

Manual of the Winter Street church, of Bath, Maine. Containing 

its articles of faith, covenant, standing rules, list of members, 
and history, n. p. (Bath.) Geo. E. Newman, Printer. 1888. 
16nio. pp. 25. [829 

Directory. 1888. See Upton, E. & Co. 

History of the Lower Kennebec. 1602-1889. <See Reed, Parker M. 

Leading Business Men of Bath, with historical sketch. See Lead- 
ing Business Men. 

List of members Central Church, Bath, Me., Jan. 1, 1889. 8vo. pp. 2. 

[830 

Central Church Sabbath-school Library, n. d. 12mo. pp. 3. [831 

Constitution and By-laws of Y. P. S. of C. E. Central church, Bath, 

Maine. Sentinel and Times Office Print. 1890. 24mo. pp. 9. [832 

Bath to Boothbay Hakbok. 

U. S. Coast Survey Chart. 1884. Size 16x36 inches. Scale 3, 17. 

[833 

Baxtee, James Phinney. b. Gorham, 1831. r. Portland. 

Red Riding Hood, as exhibited in pantomine at City Hall, Port- 
land, May, 1868, by the S. P. Society, of the New Jerusalem 
church, with the rhyme of Red Riding Hood. (By J. P. B.) Port- 
land: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1868. 16mo. pp. 22. [834 

History of a Ring. By one of the Governor's wards. Portland: 

Stephen Berry. 1868. 8vo. pp. 13. [835 

Laus Laureati. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Feb. 27, 1882. 

Read before the Maine Historical Societv at the celebration of 
the poet's seventy-fifth birthday. By James Phinney Baxter. 
Portland. 1882. 8vo. pp. 8. [836 



110 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Baxtek, James Phinney, Continued. 

Greeting to the Mentor. A poem at the birthday celebration of Prof. 

A. S. Packard. 1882. See Me. Hist. Soc. Proc. 

The Founders of Maine. Xo. 1. Me. Rec. 1:87.(1884.) [837 

Notices of William Scadlock, Thomas "Williams, Henry Warwick, Tliomas 
Withers, John AVacUeigh, Andrew Allen, Arthur Mackworth, (all of Saco). 

Seal of the "Council for New England," (with engraving). Mag. 

Am. Hist. 9: 141. (1883.) [838 

The Founders of Maine. No. 2. Me. Eec. 1:149. (1884.) [839 

Notices of John Cousins, No. Yarmouth ; Joseph Bowles, John Boaden, 
Saco; Thomas Wise, Casco; Edward Rishworth, Y'ork; William Royall, No. 
Yarmouth; Peter Garland, William Gibbinsand George Lewis, Casco. 

The Founders of Maine. No. 3. Me. Rec. 1:211. (1884.) [840 

Notices of William Cole, Wells; Thomas Page, .John West, Saco; Francis 
Robinson, John Smith, Saco; John Baker, Wells. 

Editor. The Trelawny Papers. Edited and illustrated with his- 
torical notices and appendix. By James Phinney Baxter, A. M. 
(Rubricated facsimilie of the seal of the Maine Historical Society.) 
Portland: Hoyt, Fogg, and Donham. 1884. 8vo. pp. xxxii, .520. 
(17 facsimiles, maps and engravings.) [841 

The same. Edition de luxe. 50 copies, each numbered and signed; 
printed on large paper. 

Editor. Documentary History of the State of Maine. Vol. II 

Containing the Trelawny Papers. Edited and illustrated with his- 
torical notes and an appendix, by James Phinney Baxter, A. M. 
Published by the Maine Historical Society, aided by appro- 
priations from the State. Portland: Hoyt, Fogg, and Donham. 
1884. Press of John Wilson and Son, Cambridge. 8vo. pp. 
xxxii, 520. (17 facsimilies, maps and engravings,) [842 

Same as " The Trelawny Papers." 
Noticed in the N. E. Reg. 39 : 94. (1889.) 

The Great Seal of the Council for New England. Mag. Am. Hist. 

11:24. (1S84.) [843 
The Great Seal of the Council for New England. By James Phin- 
ney Baxter, A. M. Cambridge: John AVilson & Son, University 
Press. 1884. Small 4to. pp. 20. [844 
Fifty copies printed. 

Idyls of the Year. James Phinney Baxter. 

" Gather a shell from the strown beach. 

And listen at its lips : they sigh 

The same desire and mystery. 

The echo of the whole sea's speech. " 

Portland : Hoyt, Fogg and Donham. 1884. 12mo. pp. 73. [845 

Opening Address, unveiling bust of Longfellow. 1885. Me. Hist. 

Soc. Coll. 2d ser. 2:183. [846 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. Ill 

-George Cleeve, of Casco Bay. 1630-67, with collateral documents. 
"Enquire no farther who was his father. Thou shalt anon see 
that he was, as the Italians express it, a 'son to his own labors.' " 
By James Phinney Baxter, A. M. Printed for the Gorges So- 
ciety, Portland, Maine. 1885. Small 4to. pp. 340. (Illus.) [847 
(Reverse.) Two hundred copies. No. — From the Press of Stephen Berry, 
Printer. Portland, Maine. 

-Lease in the 29th year of Henry Sth Apl. 4th between "Sr Peres 
Eggecomb Knyght Lord of the Manr of Coyssaways to Rychard 
Boneython Esquyer. A Hedwere &c. To the sayd Rychard 
Boneythen and Katyrn hys wyff and to Wylln theyre son. " Me. 
Rec. 3:126. (1886.) [848 

-The British Invasion from the North. The campaigns of Generals 
Carleton and Burgoyne from Canada, 1776-77, with the Journal 
of Lieut. William Digby, of the 53d., or Shroppshire Regiment 
of Foot. Illustrated, with historical notes, by James Phinney 
Baxter, A.M. (Seal.) Albany, N.Y.: Joel Munsell's Sons, 82 
State Street. 1887. 4to. pp. 412. (Portrait.) [849 

-Historical Excerpta from my Note Book. (Hitherto unpublished.) 
Me. Rec. 4:93. (1887.) 6:501. (1889.) [850 

-Editor. A Proper Ballad called the Sommons of New England 
To ye tune of ye Townsman's Cappe. (1634?) Me. Rec. 5:221. 
(1888.) [851 

-Collections of the Old Colony Historical Society, No. 4. Early 
Voyages to America. By James Phinney Baxter, A. M. Read 
before the society. (Seal.) Published by the Old Colony His- 
torical Society. Press of C H. Buffington, Taunton, Mass. 
1889. 8vo. pp. 49. (Illus.) [852 

-Address on presenting Baxter Building. 1889. See Portland Pub- 
lic Library. 

-A Period of Peril. Address delivered at the Centennial celebra- 
tion of the constitution of the United States, at City Hall, Port- 
land, Maine, April .30, 1889. 8vo. pp. 18. [853 

-The Beginners of Maine. Read before the Maine Historical Society, 
Dec. 26, 1889. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d ser. 2:273. [854 

Contains three letters written by Sir Ferdinand© Gorges in 1607. 

-Editor. Collections of the Maine Historical Society. Second series. 
" Documentary History of the State of Maine. " Vol. IV. Contain- 
ing the Baxter manuscripts. Edited by James Phinney Baxter. 
Published by the Maine Historical Society, aided by appro- 
priations from the State. Portland : Brown Thurston and Com- 
pany. 1889. 8vo. pp. XV, 500. [855 
Consists of documehts reldtine; to the early history of Maine, gathered 
from the archives of Massachusetts, the Office of the Public Records in 
London, and the Bureau of Marine and Colonies in Paris. 



112 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Baxter, James Phinxey, Continued. 

The Campaign against the Pequakets. Its causes and results. Read 

before the Maine Historical Society, May 21, 1890. Me. Hist. Soc. 
Coll. 2d ser. 1:353. (1890.) [856 

The Abnakis. X. E. Mag. n. s. 3:42. (1890.) [857 

The Publications of the Prince Society, established May 25th, 

1858. Sir Ferdinando Gorges and his Province of Maine. (Seal 
of the society. Legend: Org-lS58-Prince-Society-Inc-lS74.) 
Boston: Printed for the society by John Wilson and Son. 1890. 
(Reverse. Two buudred and fifty copie.s). 

[858 

Sir Ferdinando Gorges and his Province of Maine. Including the 

Brief Relation, the Brief Narration, his defence, the charter 
granted to him, his will and his letters. Edited with a memoir 
and historical illustrations by James Phinney Baxter, A. M. 
Boston: Published by the Prince Society. 1890. 

3 Vols. 4to. Vol. I. pp. viii, 260. (5 Illus.) Vol. II pp. vi, (2,) 
270, (1.) (2 maps.) Vol. III. pp. viii, (1,) 353. (3 Hlus.) [859 

CONTENTS. 

Vol. I. Preface. Memoir. The Epistle Dedicatory. A Briefe Relation of 
the Discovery and Plantation of New England. Illustrations : Coat of Arms 
of Sir Ferdinando Gorges. Essex House. Ashton Phillips. Chapel at 
Ashton Phillips. The Church at Long Ashton. 

Vol. II. A Briefe Narration of the Original Undertakings of the Advance- 
ment of Plantations into the Parts of America. Especially, shewing the 
beginning, progress, and continuance of that of New England. A Breefe 
Answer to Certayne False, Slanderous, and Idle Objections made against 
Sr. Ferd. Gorges, Knighte. Charter of the Province of Maine. The Will 
of Sir Ferdinando Gorges. Genealogical Notes on the F'amily of Gorges. 
The Literary Work of Ferdinando Gorges. Sketch of Thomas Gorges. The 
Will of Thomas Gorges. Documents Relating to the Province of Maine. 
The Letters of Sir Ferdinando Gorges. Illustrations: Map of Pljanouth. 
Map of the New England Coast, A. D. 1G50. 

Vol. III. Letters and Other Papers. The Prince Society. Illustrations: 
Church of St. Budeaux, Devon. Letter of George Popham, from Sagadahoc 
in facsimile. The House of Sir Ferdinando Gorges at Bristol. 

A Lost Manuscript. Read before the Maine Historical Society, 

Dec. IS, 1890. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d ser. 2: 345. (860 

Containing an account of the services of Henry Mowat in America, from 
1759 to 1783. See Mowat, Henry. 

Baxter, Joseph. 1676-1745. Clergyman, Medlield, Mass. 

Journal of the Rev. Joseph Baxter, of Medfield, missionary to 
Eastern Indians in 1717. (Communicated by the Rev. Elias Na- 
son.) N. E. Reg. 21:45. (1867.) [861 

The same, in separate form, with notes by Elias Nason. Boston: 

1867. 8vo. pp. 18. 
a short vocabulary is given at the close. 



BIBLIOGllAPHY OF MAINE. 113 

A Discourse on the great privilege and liajipiness of dying in the 

faith. Delivered at Georgtown in Arowsick, upon the death of 
John Watts, Esq., who departed this life, Nov. 26th, 1717. By 
Joseph Baxter. Boston: Printed by J. Allen. 1718. 16mo. pp. 
34. [862 

xVIissionary: sent to Kennebec; controversy with Rale; retires; no- 
tice of. 1744. See Charlevoix, P. F. H. 

Bayley, Cheistophee F. Portland. 

Discourse on his death. 1857. See Merrill, Samuel H. 

Bayley Families in Woolwich, Me. 1774. Bang. H. M. 4: 137. 

. (1889.) [863 

Bayley, Frank Tappan. b. 1846. Clergyman, Portland, Denver, 
Col. 
A Look at the Foundations. Discourses delivered in the State 
Street church, Portland, Maine. 
"The firm foundation of God standeth. " 
Portland, Me. : William Marks, Printer. 1889. 8vo. pp. 86. [864 

Bayley, Kiah. 1770-1857. r. Newcastle. 1797-1823. 

Fashionable Amusements Inconsistent with the Design and Spirit of 
tke Gospel, contrary to the express commands of God, and in 
many respects productive of evil. A discourse delivered Feb. 
5th, 1804. By Kiah Bayley, A. M., pastor of the church of New- 
castle, (Maine). Wiscasset: Printed by Babson and Rust. 1804. 
12mo. pp. 31. [865 

A Discourse on the necessity and importance of wisdom and 

knowledge, delivered at the opening of the Lincoln Academy in 
Newcastle, Oct. 1st, 1805. By the Rev. Kiah Bayley, A. M., pas- 
tor of the church in Newcastle. 

" Hear instruction, and be wise, and refuse it not. ' Solomon. 
Wiscasset: Printed by Babson and Rust. 1805. 8vo. pp. 20. [866 

A Sermon delivered at Penobscot, District of Maine, Nov. 22, 1809, 

at the ordination of the Rev. Philip Spaulding, over the Con- 
gregational church and society in that place. By Kiah Bayley, 
A. M., Congregational minister in Newcastle. Buckstown: 
Printed by William W. Clapp. 1810. 8vo. pp. 24. [867 

The Ordination of Elders. A sermon preached at the ordination 

of the Rev. Nathan S. S. Beman, to the pastoral care of the 
Third Congregational church, in Portland, March 14th, 1810. 
By Kiah Bayley, A. M., pastor of the Congregational church, in 
Newcastle. Published at the request of the church, n. p. (Port- 
land.) n. d. (1810.) 8vo. pp. 24. [868 

Wine Bibbers Dangerous Companions. A sermon delivered in 

Newcastle, Maine, on the Lord's Day, July 16, 1816. By Rev. 
9 



114 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Bayley, Kiah, Continued. 

Kiah Bayley, ministei" of the gospel. Boston: Lincoln & Ed- 
munds, 53 Cornhill. 1812. 16mo. pp. 16. [869 

War a Calamity Greatly to Be Dreaded. The substance of two dis- 
courses delivered at Newcastle (Maine), July 22, 1812: being the 
day appointed by His Excellency Governor Strong, to be observed 
as a day of public fasting, humiliation and prayer throughout 
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in consequence of our be- 
ing involved in war. By Kiah Bayley, pastor of the church in 
Newcastle. Hallowell: Printed by N. Cheever. 1812. 8vo. pp. 
24. [870 

(The Law and the Word of the Lord. Isa. 2: 3.) Sermon deliv- 
ered before the Maine Missionary Society, at their sixth anniver- 
sary in North Yarmouth, June 23, 1813. By Kiah Bayley, pastor 
of the church in Newcastle. Hallowell : Printed by N. Cheever. 
1813. 8vo. pp. 18. [871 

What Can Be Done? n. t. p. 16mo. pp. 4. [872 

Bayley, William Shirley, Ph. D. Professor of geology, Colby 
University, from 1888. 
A Summary of Progress in Mineralogy and Petrography in 1SS6. 
By W. S. Bayley, Fellow in geology in the Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity. From monthly notes in the "American Naturalist." 
Baltimore, Md. 1887. 8vo. pp. 56. [873 

A Summary of Progress in Mineralogy and Petrography in 1887. 

By W. S. Bayley. From monthly notes in the " American Natu- 
alist. " Madison, Wisconsin: 1888. 8vo. pp. 82. [874 

A Summary of Progress in Mineralogy and Petrography in 1888. 

By W. S. Bayley. From monthly notes in the "American Natu- 
ralist. " Waterville. 1889. 8vo. pp. 50. [875 

On some Peculiarly Spotted Rocks from Pigeon Point, Minn. Am. 

Jour. Sci. 25:388-393. (1888.) [876 

A Quatz-keratophyre from Pigeon Point and Irving' s Augitesyen- 

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The Development of the Theories of Crystal Structure. Am. 

Nat. 23: 221. (1889.) [878 

Synopsis of Rosenbusch's New Scheme for the Classification of 

Massive Rocks. Am. Nat. 22:207-217. and 29:295-305. (1889.) 

[879 

A Summary of Progress in Mineralogy and Petrography in 1889. 

By W. S. Bayley. From monthly notes in the "American Natur- 
alist." Waterville: 1890. 8vo. pp. 69. [880 

A Summary of Progress in Mineralogy and Petrography in 1890. 

By W. S. Bayley. From monthly notes in the " American Natur- 



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alist." Waterville: Geological department Colby University. 
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The Origin of the Soda-granite and Quartz-keratophyre of Pigeon 

Point. Am. Jour. Sci. 120: 273. (1890.) [882 

Elolite-syenite of Litchfield, Maine, and Hawes' Hornblende-syne- 

ite from Red Hill, New Hampshire. Bulletin of the Geological 
Society of America. 3: 231-2.52. [883 

With Morse, H. N. 

Haydenite. By H. N. Morse and W. S. Bayley. American Chemi- 
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With Remsen, Ira. 

On Para-brom Benzoic Sulphinide. By Ira Remsen and W. S. 
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With King, Francis P. 

Catalogue of the Maine Geological Collection, with a brief outline 
history of the two surveys of the state. By W. S. Bayley, Ph. D., 
professor of geology in Colby University, and F. P. King, student 
in geology. Waterville, Me. Geological Department Colby Uni- 
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Baylies, Francis. 178-3-1852. Lawyer, Taunton, Mass. 

Some Remarks on the life and character of David Cobb, delivered 
at the Taunton Lyceum, July 2d, 1830. By Hon. Francis Baylies. 
N. E. Reg. 18: 5. (1864.) (Port.) 100 copies printed in pamph- 
let form. Albany, N. Y. : J. Munsell, 78 State Street. 1864. 
8vo. pp 18. (Port.) [887 

A Historical Memoir of the Colony of New Plymouth, from the 

flight of the Pilgrims into Holland in the year 1608 to the vmion 
of that colony with Massachusetts in 1692. By Francis Baylies 
With some additions, corrections and copious index by Samuel 
G. Drake. Volume I. containing parts three, four and five. Bos- 
ton: Wiggin & Lunt. 13 School Street 1866. 8vo. Vol. L pp. 
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Contains the Kennebec Patent, with map, 2; (part 5) 36. Narrative of Col. 
Benjamin Church's Eastern Expedition, 1689, 2: (part 5) 74. 

Bayne, G. 

Chronological Outline of Universal History, reduced to systematic 
form. Portland, 1886. Printed by B. Thurston & Co. Broad- 
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Beach, Frederic C, and Burbank, William H. 

The American Amateur Photographer, edited by F. C Beach and 
W. H. Burbank. An illustrated magazine devoted to amateur 
photography in all its phases and developments. Per annum: 



116 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Beach, Fkederic C, and Burbank William H., Continued. 

$1.50. Single copy 15 cents Vol. I. W. H. Burbank, Publish- 
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Beal Family of York. 1888. See Sargent, W. M. 

Beals, Isaac Nelson. 1831-60. Dexter. 
Notice of. 1864. See Palmer, Joseph. 

Bean, Dearborn Gorham. h. Jay. 1834. r. AVilton. 

The History of Wilton Lodge, No. 156, of Free and Accepted 
Masons, Wilton, Maine, from its organization to September 15th, 
1880. By Brother D. G. Bean as historian. Submitted by D. G. 
Bean, Justus Webber, committee. Published by vote of the 
Lodge. Farmington: Press of Knowlton & McLeary. 1881. Bvo. 
pp. 14. [892 

Bean Family. Bang. H. M. 1: 159. (1886.) [893 

Bean Eli B. b. 1821. Brownfield. 

Ancestry of. 1889. See American Ancestry. 

Bean Family. 1886. See Bean, Dearborn G. 

Bean, Tarleton H. 

Description of an apparently new species of Gastero.steus (G. At- 
kinsii) from the Schoodic Lakes, Maine. Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 
1879. p. 67. [894 

Beard, Daniel C. 

Tom, Dick and Harry, on the Coast of Maine. St. Nicholas, 15: 

776. (1880.) (Illust.) [895 

Beard, Edwin Spenser. 1832-91. Clergyman, Warren, 1864-73. 

A Sermon delivered in Warren, April 20, 1865, the day of the 
annual fast. Printed by request. Rockland: John Porter & Co., 
1865. 8vo. pp. 14. [896 

The Future of Maine. Thanksgiving Day sermon, delivered before 

the United Congregational and Baptist societies, by Rev. Edwin 
S. Beard, at Warren, Me., Nov. 30, 1871. Published by request. 
Rockland: Printed at Free Press Office. 1871. [897 

Beard, George Miller, M. D. 1839-83. New York City 

Experiments with the " Jumpers of Maine." Pop. Sci. Month. 
18: 87, 151, 170. (1880-81.) [898 

Beatson, Robert. 1742-1818. English author. 

Naval and Military Memoirs of Great Britain from 1727 to 1783. By 
Robert Beatson, Esq., LL. D. In six volumes. London : Long- 
man, Hurst, Rhees and Orne, 1804. 12mo. pp. xv, 525; vi, 609; 
XV, 448; xvi, (1). 576; xvi, 715; xx, 484. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 117 

Contents relating to Maine. 

Capt. Mouat burns the town of Falmouth; 4:94; Col. Arnold sent with a 
body of rebel troops against Quebec, 4: 101; Brig. Gen. McLean takes post 
at Majabigwaduce, an island in I'enobscot River,where he sets about building 
a fort; is attacked by the rebel fleet and a strong body of troops; the rebel 
fleet defeated by Sir George Collier— their army flies with the utmost pre- 
cipitation, 4:510-513. Journal of occurences which happened in the march 
of the detachment commanded by Col. Benedict Arnold, consisting of two 
battalions which were detached from the army at Cambridge, in Penobscot 
Bay, to Canada, in the year 1775, (supposed to have been written by a Major 
Meigs) 6: 30, note 28. List of the fleet that accompanied Sir George Collier 
to Penobscot, 6: 177; note, 135. List of the enemy's fleet taken or destroyed 
6: 177; note 136. 

Beauchamp, John, and Leverett, Thomas. 

Detail of the Patent of. Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 4th ser. 2:226. 
(1854.) [900 

See Waldo Patent. 

Beckett, Sylvester Breakmore. 1812-82. Author and publisher, 
Portland. 
Diamond Cove. 1836. See Stephens, Ann S. 

The Cruise of the Dart. 1836. See Stephens, Ann S. 

The Portland Reference Book and City Directory for 1846. By S. 

B. Beckett. Printed by Thurston, Fenley & Co. 1846. 16mo. 
pp. 302. [901 

The Portland Reference Book and City Directory for 1846-48. By 

S. B. Beckett. Printed by Thurston & Co. 1847. 16mo. pp. 
312. [902 

The Portland Reference Book and City Directory for 1850-51. By 

S. B. Beckett. Printed by Thurston & Co. 1850. 16mo. pp. 
316. [903 

The Portland Reference Book and City Directory for 1852-53. By 

S. B. Beckett. Printed by Brown Thurston & Co. 1852. 16mo. 
pp. 320. [904 

Guide Book of the Atlantic and St. Lawrence, and St. Lawrence 

and Atlantic Railroads, including a full description of all the in- 
teresting features of the White Mountains. By S. B. Beckett: 
with illustrations from original sketches by C. E. Beckett, en- 
graved on wood by Baker Smith and Andrews. Portland: San- 
born & Carter, and H. J. Little & Co. 1853. 12mo. pp. vi, (2), 
7, 180. (Vignette, 26 illus. 1 map.) [905 

The Portland Directory and Reference Book for 1856-57. By S. 

B. Beckett. Brown Thurston, Steam Printer. 1856. 16mo. pp. 
330. [906 

The Portland Directory and Reference Book for 1858-59. By S. B. 

Beckett. Brown Thurston, Steam Printer. 1858. 16mo. pp. 
322. [907 



118 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Beckett, Sylvestek Breakmore, Continued. 

Hester, the Bride of the Islands: a poem by Sylvester B. Beckett. 

Portland: Bailey & Noyes. MDCCCLX. 12mo. pp. 336. [908 

The Portland Directory and Reference Book for 1863-64. By S. B. 

Beckett. Printed by Brown Thurston & Co. 1863. 16mo. pp. 
324. . [909 

The Portland Directory and Reference Book, with a business direc- 
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by B. Thurston & Co. 1866. 8vo. pp. 347. [910 

The Portland Directory and Reference Book, with a business direc- 
tory attached. For 1869. Vol. IX. By S. B. Beckett. Port- 
land: Printed by B. Thurston & Company. 1869. 8vo. pp. 397. 

[911 

The Portland Directory and Reference Book, with a business direc- 
tory attached. For 1871. Vol.X. By S. B. Beckett. Portland: 
B. Thurston & Co., Printers. 1873. 8vo. pp. 381. [912 

The Portland Directory arid Reference Book, with a business di- 
rectory attached. For 1873. Vol. XI. By S. B. Beckett. Port- 
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The Portland Directory and Reference Book, with a business di- 
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Portland: B. Thurston & Company, Printers. 1875. 8vo. pp. 
469. [914 

The Portland Directory and Reference Book, with a business di- 
rectory attached. For 1877. Vol. XIII. By S. B. Beckett. 
Portland: B. Thurston & Company, Printers. 1877. 8vo. pp. 
503. [915 

The Portland Directory and Reference Book, with a business di- 
rectory attached. For 1879. Vol. XIV. By S. B. Beckett. Port- 
land: B. Thurston & Company, Printers. 1879. 8vo. pp. 471. 

[916 

The Portland Directory and Reference Book, with a business di- 
rectory attached. For 1881. Vol. XV. By S. B. Beckett. Port- 
land: B. Thurston & Co., Printers. 1881. 8vo. pp.432. [917 

Biographical Sketch of. 1886. See Thurston, Brown. 

Beckford, W. H. 

Editor. Leading Business Men of Portland and Vicinity: embrac- 
ing Saco, Biddeford, Saccarappa and Deering. Illustrated. Bos- 
ton: Copyright, 1887, by Mercantile Publishing Company. No. 
146 Franklin Street. 1887. 

Beckwith, George Cone, D. D. 1801-70. Clergyman, Portland, 1832- 
35. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 119 

Sermon CLXXVIII. By Rev. George C. Beckwith. Portland. 
Zeal in Religion. Gal. 14: 18. It is good to be zealously affected 
always in a good thing. Am. Nat. Preach. 9: 97. (1834.) [918 

Sermon CLXXIX. By Rev. George C. Beckwith. Danger and 

Folly of Delay. Acts 24: 25. Go thy way for this time: when I 
have a convenient season I will call for thee. Am. Nat. Preach. 
7: 10.5. (1834.) ' [919 

-Eulogy on William Ladd, late president of the American Peace 

Society. By George C. Beckwith. Published by request of the 
society. Boston: Published by Whipple & Damrell, for the 
American Peace Society. 1841. 8vo. pp. 23. [920 

Bedlow, James S. 

Sketch of. 1879. See Reid, James D. 

Beechek, Fbed Henry. 1841-68. 

Memoir of. 1870. See Packard, Edward N. 

Beecheb, Lymax, D. D. 1775-1863. 

The Gospel According to Paul. A sermon delivered at the installa- 
tion of the Rev. Bennett Tyler, D. D., as pastor of the Second 
Congregational church in Portland, Me. By Lyman Beecher, D. D. 
Published by the request of the church. Boston: S. R. Marvin, 
Printer. 32 Congress Street. 1829. 8vo. pp. 28. [921 

Beede, Joshua William, M. D. Physician, Auburn. 

Report of the Committee on Necrology. Me. Med. Ass. Trans. 

6: 680. (1879.) [922 

Comprises sketches of Theodore Herman Jewett, M. D., South Berwick; 

Richard Pearson J enness. M. D., Saccarappa; O. E. Durgin, M. D., Deering; 

Jared Fuller, M. D., East Corinth. 

Report of the Committee on Necrology. Me. Med. Ass. Trans. 

7:202. (1880.) [923 

Contains biographical sketches of Joseph Payson Spaulding, M. D., Rich- 
mond; A. Q. JVIarshall, M. D., New Gloucester; Ebenezer Wells, M. D., 
Freeport; E. Stone, M. D., Stevens' Plains. 

Report of Committee on Necrology. Me. Med. Ass. Trans. 7: 383. 

(1881.) [924 

Contains biographical sketches of Alvan Bacon, M. D., Biddeford; Thomas 
Huntington Brown, M.D., Paris; George W. Colby, M. D., Waldoborough; 
N. A. Herson, M. D., Portland; Thaddeus Hildreth, M. D., Gardiner, by 
Cyrus Kendrick, M. D., Litchfield; Lucien Ingalls, M. D. Falmouth; William 
B. Leavitt, M. D., Athens; Edmund Russell, M. D., Lewiston; Joseph P. 
Spaulding, M. D., Richmond; Stephen Whitmore, M. D., Gardiner. 

Beers, F. W. 

Atlas of Cumberland Co., Maine. From actual surveys by the direc- 
tion of F. W. Beers, assisted by Geo. P. Sanford and others. Pub- 
lished by F. W. Beers & Co., 93 & 95 Maiden Lane, N. Y., 1871. 
Chas. Hart, Lithographer, 99 Fulton Street, N. Y. Louis Neuman, 



120 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Beers, F. W., Continued. 

Engraver, 95 Maiden Lane, X. Y. Entered according to Act of 
Congress, A. D. 1871. By F. W. Beers & Co., in the office of the 
Librarian of Congress, at Washington. 4to. pp. 62. [925 

Belcher, Hiram. 1790-1857. Lawyer, Farmington, 1812-57. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1854. See Livingston, John. 

Notice of. 1859. See Allen, Frederic. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Belcher, Jonathan. 1681-1757. Governor of Mass., 1730-41. 

Anecdote of his Expedition to Maine. 1732. Am. Museum, 8: (ap- 
pendix) 1, (1790). [926 
Contains original psalm of Rev. Mather Byles, and burlesque on the same. 

Letters of Gen. Jonathan Belcher to Capt. Benjamin Larrabee, 

(Brunswick), 1731-40. N.E.Reg. 19:128. (1865.) [927 

Belcher, Joseph, D. D. 1794-1859. Clergyman, Philadelphia. 

The Clergy of America: anecdotes illustrative of the character of 
ministers of religion in the United States. By Joseph Belcher, 
D. D., Author of "Scripture Narratives," " Alarried Life," &c., 
&c., and editor of the " Complete Works of Andrew Fuller " and 
"Eobert Hall," &c., &c. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo & 
Co. 1855. 12mo. pp. 480. [928 

Maine Ministers. Rev. Mr. Payson, 72, 104, 206, 253, 417-423; A Clergyman 
in JIaine, 95; Rev. Mr. X. of Gardiner, 109; Father Moodey, 152; Professor 
Shepard, 175; Rev. John Brock, 189; Rev. Dr. Pond, 247; Rev. Isaac Case, 411. 

Belcher, Supply. 1751-1836. Farmington. 

The Harmony of Maine: being an original composition of psalm and 
hymn tunes, of various metres, suitable for divine worship. With 
a number of fuging pieces and anthems. Together with a con- 
cise introduction to the grounds of music, and rules for learners. 
For the use of singing schools and musical societies. By S. 
Belcher, of Farmington, County of Lincoln, District of Maine. 
"Awake ! thou everlasting Lyre ! 
That once the mighty Pindar strung, 
"When wrapt with more than mortal fire. 
The Gods of Greece he sung." 

" Awake ! arrest the rapid feet of time again 

With liquid notes of joy, and pleasures' tow'ring strain." 

O Praise ye the Lord, prepare your glad voice. 

Psalm clxix. 

Published according to the Act of Congress. Printed Typographi- 
cally, at Boston. By Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews. 
Sold by them at Faust's Statue, No. 45 Newbury Street: and by 
said Thomas in Worcester. Sold al.so by booksellers in town and 
country. 1794. Svo. oblong, pp. 103, (1). [929 



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Belbex, Jonathan. I7T4-1S44. Clergyman, Winthrop, 1800-05. 

An Oration pronounced at Winthrop, February 22, 1800, commem- 
orating the virtues of the late General Washington. By Jonathan 
Belden, A. M. 

Death ! great proprietor of all things, 
'Tis thine to tread out empires, and to 
Quench the stars! 

Hallowell (District of Maine.) Printed by Peter Edes. 1800. Sm. 
4to. pp. 20. [930 

Belfast. Incorporated. 1773. 

Marriages. 1774-1814. See Williamson, Joseph. 

Marriages. 1779-1809. .See Field, Edward M. 

Parochial Affairs. 1808-12. -See Johnson, Edward. 

Petition from Belfast and Xorthport to the General Court. 1816-17. 

Bang. H. M. .5:223. (1890.) [931 

Sermon, installation. W^m. Frothingham. 1817. See Ripley, Ezra. 

Sermon. 1821. See Frothingham, William. 

The Constitution of the Belfast Fire Club, formed January, 1821. 

Belfast: Printed bv Fellowes and Simpson, n. d. (1821.) 16mo. 

pp. 8. " [932 

Eulogy on Adams and Jefferson. 1826. See Johnson, Alfred, Jr. 

Address, Masonic. 1826. -See Alden, Hiram O. 

Sermon, death of Miss Irene C. Langworthy. 1826. -See Wales, 

Nathaniel. 

History of. 1827. -See White, William. 

Sermon, ordination Chas. Soule. 1823. -See Smith, John. 

Sermon, Universalist. 1829. -See Dods, John B. 

Sermon, Thanksgiving. 1830. -See Frothingham, William. 

Marriages. 1814-30. -See Williamson, Joseph. 

Confession of Faith and Covenant, with ecclesiastical principles and 

rules of the First Congregational church in Belfa.st. Printed by 

John Dorr. 1831. 12mo. pp. 24. [933 

Marriages. 1831-40. See Williamson, Joseph. 

Catalogue circulating library. 1831. See Hawes, Noyes P. 

By-laws of the Belfast Fire Engine Company. Adopted September 

5, 1829. Belfast: Printed by W. M's Advocate Press, August, 

1832. 24mo. pp. 11. [934 

Quebec Railroad Report. 1836. See Long, Stephen H. 

Discourse, state fast. 1837. See McKeen, Silas. 

^Wreck of Schooner Deposit. 1839. See Howland, S. A. 

Catalogue of the Belfast Unitarian Sunday-school library. 1840. 

Belfast: C. Rowe, Printer. 1840. 16mo. n. pp. (16.) [935 



122 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Belfast, Continued. 

Address, Temperance. 1843. See Johnson, Alfred. 

Confession of Faith and Covenant, with ecclesiastical principles and 

rules, adopted by the First Congregational church of Belfast, and 
a list of its members. Belfast: Charles Giles, Printer. 1843. 
12mo. pp. 16. [936 

Catalogue circulating library. 184.5. See Washburn, H. G. O. 

Instances of Longevity in Belfast, Me. X. E. Reg. 1: 73. (1847.) [937 

Extracted from White's History of Belfast. 

Small Pox at. 18.54. See Brooks, John G. 

Sewing Circle at. 13.54. See Bullard, Laura J. 

Annals of. 180.5-55. .See Crosby, William G. 

Trial for Murder at. 1856. See Brown, Joseph J. 

Business Directory. 1857-58. See "Machine, Jr." 

Speeches at. 1858. See Davis, Jefferson. 

History Phoenix Lodge. 1863. See Locke, John L. 

Address, Fourth of July, 1867. See Poor, John A. 

Directory. 1868. See Langford & Chase. 

Address at centennial celebration of settlement. 1870. .See William- 
son, Joseph. 

U. S. Coast Survey Chart of Belfast Harbor. 1875. Size 11x13 

inches. Scale 3: 17. [938 

Directory. 1875. .See Adams, W. S., & Co. 

Manual of the First Congregational church, Belfast, Maine. 1875. 

Progressive Age Office Print. Belfast. 16mo. pp. 9. [939 

Sabbath-school Convention. 1876. See Sunday-schools. 

History of. 1877. <See Williamson, Joseph. 

Our City Almanac. Contains matter of local interest, local business 

announcements: an almanac adapted for this section, also inter- 
esting reading, &c. Belfast: Published by G. W. Burgess. 1877. 
12mo. n. pp. (46.) (Illu.st.) [940 

Directory. 1877-88. See Greenough & Co. 

Catalogue of the Unitarian Sunday-school library, Belfast, Me. Bel- 
fast: Geo. W. Burgess, Printer. 1879. 16mo. pp. 20. [941 

History of Corinthian Chapter. 1880. See Dyer, Russell G. 

By-laws of Phoenix Lodge, No. 24, Free and Accepted Masons, Bel- 
fast, Me. Belfast: Geo. W. Burge-ss, Printer. 1882. 24mo. pp. 
16. [942 

Directory. 1882-83. iSee Greenough & Co. 

Scotch-Irish at. (1883.) -See Smyth, George H. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 123 

Course of Instruction and Regulations of the I'entral district schools 

of the city of Belfast. Belfast: Geo. W. Burgess, Printer. 1SS3. 
12mo. pp. 16. [943 

Address at Unitarian convention. 1886. See Cressey, George C. 

Masonic Temple. 1886. See Dyer, Russell G. 

Catalogue of the Unitarian Sunday-school library, Belfast, Me. 

Belfast: Geo. W. Burgess, Printer. 1886. 16mo. pp. 15. [944 

Catalogue of the Congregational Sunday-school library, Belfast, 

Maine. Burgess, Printer. 1887. 24mo. pp. 12. [945 

Leading Business Men of. 1888. See Bangor. 

Inscriptions from Gravestones in Belfast Cemetery. Bang. H. M. 

3:40. (1887.) [946 

Belfast Free Library. (Engraving.) Bulletin and finding list, 

April, 1888. Vol. I. No. 1. University Press. John Wilson & 
Son. Cambridge. 8vo. pp. 70. (Engraving.) [947 

Contains biographical sketches of Paul R. Hazeltine and Nathaniel Wil- 
son. 

The Belfast Free Library. An historical sketch. (Engraving.) The 

Library Journal. 13:250. (1888.) [948 

Belfast Academy Fifty Years Ago. 1888. iSee Williamson, Joseph. 

Belfast Free Library. (Engraving.) Bulletin and finding list. 

May, 1889. Vol. I. No. 2. University Press. John Wilson & Son. 
Cambridge. 8vo. pp. 32. [949 

Directory. 1890. See Sparrow, A. B. 

Belfast Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor. Congre- 
gational church. Belfast, Me. n. p. (Belfast.) n. d. (1889.) 24mo. 
pp. 11. [950 

Meaning of Passagassawakeag. 1890. See Williamson, Joseph. 

Belfast Free Library. (Engraving.) Bulletin and finding list. 

June, 1890. Vol. I. No. 3. Svo. pp. 41. [951 

Belfast Bay. 

United States Coast Survey Chart of. 1882. See Penobscot River. 

(The) Believer's Sword and Shield. 1845. See Merrill, Deborah E. 

Belknap, Jeremy, D. D. 1744-98. Clergyman, Boston. 

American Biography: or, an historical accovmt of those persons 
who have been distinguished in America, as adventurers, states- 
men, philosophers, divines, warriors, authors, and other remark- 
able characters. Comprehending a recital of the events connect- 
ed with their lives and actions. Vol. I. By Jeremy Belknap, D. D. 
" Hie mantis, ob patriam pugnando vulnera passi: 
Quique sacerdotes casti, cum vita manebat: 
Quique pii votes, et Phosbo digna locuti: 
Inventus aut qui vitam excolvereper artex: 
Quique sui memores alias fecere merendo: " 

VIRGIL, ^N. VI. 660. 



124 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF 3iAINE. 

Belknap, Jeremy, D. D., Continued. 

Published according to Act of Congress. Printed at Boston, by 

Isaiali Thomas and Ebenezer Andrews, Faust's Statue. No. 45 

Newbury Street. MDCCXCIV. 8vo. pp. 416. [952 

Contents i7i part. Bartholemew Gosnold, John Smith, DeMonts, Poutrin- 

court and Champlain ; Ferdinando Gorges and John Mason. 

The same. Vol. II. 

Nil magnum sine labore. 

Published according to Act of Congress. Printed at Boston by 
Isaiah Thomas and E. T. Andrews. Sold by them and the other 
Booksellers in Boston; by I. Thomas, Worcester; by Thomas, 
Andrews & Penniman, Albany; and by Thomas, Andrews & But- 
ler, Baltimore. July, 1789. 8vo. pp. 478. 

Contents in part. Sir Samuel Argall, Bartholomew Gosnold, Martin Pring, 
George Waymouth. 

"The account of Gosnold's voyage and discovery in the first volume of 
of this work, is so erroneous, from the misinformation which I had re- 
ceived, that I thought it best to write the whole of it anew. " Note by the 
author. 

The .same. With additions and notes by E. M. Hubbard. In three 

volumes. New York: Published by Harper & Brothers. 1844. 
16mo. Vol. I. pp. 370. Vol. II. pp. 333. Vol. III. pp. 315. 

Journal of a tour to the White Mountains in July, 1784. By Jeremy 

Belknap, D. D. Printed from the original manuscript, with a 
prefatory note of the editor. Boston: Massachusetts Historical 
Society. 1876. 8vo. pp. 21. (Folded map.) [953 

From the Belknap Papers, Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 5th ser. 2: 386. (1877.) It 
contains an account of Fryeburg, and of the scene of Lovewell's Fight. 

Appendix (to Mr. Sewall's description of York) relative to Aga- 

menticus. Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 3:11. (1794.) [954 

Bell, Lura. Pseud. See Williamson, Julia May. 
Bell, Charles Henry, LL. D. 182.3-93. Lawyer. Exeter, N. H. 

John Taylor Gilmore, M. D. Portland, Maine. A memorial for 
the family. By Charles H. Bell. Privately printed. 1885. Svo. 
pp. 56. [955 

Bellows, John Adams. /). 1848. Clergyman, Portland. 

The Defense of the Faith. Unita. Rev. 17: 246. (1882.) [956 

Rev. Henry W. Bellows is the subject. 

" Life is ever Lord of Death, 

And love can never lose its own." 

In Memoriam, Alice Williams Bradbury. A discourse by Rev. 
John A. Bellows, delivered at Park Street church, Portland, Me., 
Sunday, May 3, 1885. n. p. 8vo. pp. 24. [9.57 

Religious Element in Modern English Poetry before Tennyson. 

Unita. Rev. 31 : 17. (1889.) [958 

Balzac. Unita. Rev. 32: 267. (1889.) [959 



BIBLIOGKAPHY OF MAINE. 125 

Belloavs, John N. 

Lecture on the Duty of the American Teacher. 1844. See Ameri- 
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Belsham, Thomas. 1750-1829. English clergyman. 

American Unitarian! sm: or a brief history of "The progress and 
present state of the Unitarian church in America. " Compiled 
from documents and information communicated by Rev. James 
Freeman, D. D., and William Wells, Jun., Esq., of Boston, and 
from other Unitarian gentlemen in this country. By Rev. 
James Belsham, Essex Street, London. Extracted from his 
"Memoirs of the Life of Reverend Theophilus Lindsey." 
Printed in London, 1812, and novr published for the benefit of 
the Christian churches in this country, without note or alteration. 
Fourth edition. Boston: Printed by Nathaniel Willis. No. 76 
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Contains an account of early Unitarianism in Portland, Saco and Hallo- 
well. 

Beman, Nathan Sidney Smith, D. D. 1786-1871. Clergyman, Port- 
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A Sermon delivered at the meeting house of the Second Parish in 
Portland, Aug. 20, 1812, on the occasion of the national fast. By 
Nathan S. S. Beman, late pastor of the Third Congregational 
church in Portland. Published at the particular request of the 
congregation. Portland: Published by Hyde, Lord & Co. 1812. 
8vo. pp. 15, 1. [961 

Benedict, Erastus Coenelius. 1800-80. Lawyer, New York. 

The Beginning of America. A discourse delivered before the New 
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John F. Trow. MDCCCLXIV. 8vo. pp. 64. [962 

Concerns the Plymouth Colony, the efforts of Sir Ferdinando Gorges at 
colonization in Maine, and the Popham Colony. 

Benjamin, Robekt. 

Light and Truth from Ancient Sacred History. By Robert Benja- 
min. Portland: D. C. Colesworthy, Printer. 1836. [963 
Benjamin, Samuel. 1782-1824. Livermore. 1824. 

Brief Notice of Lieutenant Samuel Benjamin, an officer of the 
Revolutionary war, with extracts from a diary kept by him dur- 
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Grandfather of Gov. Israel Washburn, Jr. 
Ben-jamin, Samuel Greene Wheeler, b. 1837. Author, New 
York. 
The Atlantic Islands as Resorts of Health and Pleasure. New York: 
Harper & Brothers. 1878. 8vo. pp. 274. [965 
Contains an account of the Isles of Shoals. 



126 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Benjamin, Uncle. Pneud. 

Child's Ladder to Arthmetic in Four Progressive Steps: each step 
embracing exercises in all the fundamental rules, prepared for his 
little neices and nephews, but adapted to the capacities of all 
little folks in elementary schools and families. By Uncle Benja^ 
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1847. [966 

Bennack, John, and Family. Orono. 1888. See Porter, J. W. 

Bennett, Edmund Hatch, LL. D. Lawyer and law professor, Bos- 
ton. 
Editor Greenleaf's Maine Reports, second edition. (1852.) <See 
Greenleaf, Simon. 

Bennett, Joseph. 

Discourse at funeral of. 1847. See Chickering, J. W. 

Benson, Samuel, Page. 1804-76. Lawyer, "Winthrop, Yarmouth. 
Centennial Address, Winthrop. 1871. See Winthrop. 

Origin of Article VIII, Literature in the constitution of Maine. 

Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 7: 2.S0. (1876.) [967 
Sketch of. 1876. See Sewall, John S. 

Bentham, Jeremy. 

Principles of Legislation. 1830. See Xeal, John. 

Benton, Thomas Hakt. 1782-18.58. Statesman, St. Louis, Mo. 

Speech in the Senate, in opposition to the treaty, Aug. 18th, 1842. 
By Thomas H. Benton. Washington: 1842. [968 

Bebean's Casket. 1869. See Wellcome, Isaac C. 

Bebeanus Theosebes. Pseud. 

A Discourse on the apostle Paul's mystery of godliness being 
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Alteram Partem. Search the Scriptures. Jesus Christ. Fal- 
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Middle Street. 1786. 8vo. pp. 24. [969 

This is probably the earliest pamphlet printed in Maine. 

Bebenice, Life of the daughter of a Maine fisherman. 1856. See 
Lesdernier, Mrs. Emily P. 

Bernard, Sir Francis. Governor of Massachusetts, 1760-69. 

Journal of a voyage to the island of Mount Desert. 1762. By Sir 

Francis Bernard, Governor of the Province of Massachusetts Bay. 

Copied from the Sparks Manuscripts in Harvard College library. 

Bang. H. M. 2:185. (1887.) [970 
Papers concerning Mount Desert. See Winsor, Justin. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 127 

Proposal for settling a colony of Germans at Mount Desert. 1764. 

By Governor Francis Bernai'd. (From the Sparks Collection in 
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(1889.) [971 

Bebnabd, John. 1756-1829. English actor. 

Retrospections of America. 1797-1811. By John Bernard, .some- 
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Hutton and Brander Matthews. Illustrated. New York: Harper 
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The author visited Portland, Brunswick, and Wiscasset, and calls the latter 
" The extremist seaport of Maine." 

Berry, Abel Blanchaed, Randolph, Mass. 

New England's Lost City Found. Mag. Am. Hist. 16: 290. (1886.) 

[973 
The subject is Norembega. 

Beeky Family. 

Chronicles of. 1882. See Berry, Stephen. 

Berry, Major George, Falmouth, and some of his decendants. Me. 
Biog. 2:6. (1876.) [974 

Berry, Gen. Hiram George. 1824-63. Rockland. 

Sermon at his funeral. 1863. See Butler, Xathaniel. 

Sketch of. 1864. See Hodsdon, John L. 

Inauguration of the Statue of Major General Hiram C. Berry. By 

the Masonic Fraternity of Rockland, Me., October 31, 186.5. Rock- 
laud: John Porter & Co., Printers. 1865. 8vo. pp. 15, (1.) 

[975 
Address by Rev. Xathaniel Butler. 

Berry, Ira. 1801-91. Publisher, Portland. 

The Liberty of the Press Vindicated, and Truth Triumphant: State 
versus Ira Berry, for alleged libel on 2i:^="Cyrus Weston^^^IJ the 
nominal complainant in the prosecution, and the nominal mover 
to the Federal State Convention, holden in Augusta, June 26, 
1832: and the pitiful instrument and victim of the desperation 
and folly of the leaders of the Federal Party, in the county of 
Kennebec, n. p. n. d. 8vo. pp. 20. [976 

Sketch of the history of the Beethoven Musical Society of Portlan,d 

Maine. 1819-25. By Ira Berry. Portland: Stephen Berry, 
Printer. 12mo. pp. 48. [977 

Beery, Sarah Webstee. 1840-92. (Mrs. Stephen Berry.) Portland. 
The Snow-flake: as exhibited by the S. P. Society of the New Jeru- 
salem church, at City Hall, Christmas season. 1867. Portland: 
Stephen Berry, Printer. 1867. 12mo. pp. 23. (Illus.) [978 



128 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Berry, Sarau Webster, Continued. 

The same. As performed at City Hall, Providence, March 1868, fur 

the benefit of the Second Universalist Sabbath-school. Written 
for the Swedenborgian Society of Portland. By Mrs. Stephen 
Berry. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1868. 12mo. pp. 23. 
(Illus.) [970 

The May-fiovver, as exhibited by the S. P. Society of the New Jeru- 
salem church, at Mechanics Hall, May 1, 1867. Portland: Stephen 
Berry, Printer. 1867. 12mo. pp. 12. [980 

Berby, Stephen, b. Augusta. 1833. Publisher, Portland. 

Puss in Boots, as exhibited by S. P. Society, Christmas season. 
1868. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1868. 12mo. pp. 12. [981 

History of Mt. Vernon Chapter, Xo. 1, of Royal Arch Masons, Port- 
land, Maine, from 1805 to 1878. By Stephen Berry, Past High Priest. 
Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1879. 8vo. pp. (3), 81. [982 

Golden Wedding. Chronicles, 1881, of the Berry family. Portland. 

1882. 16mo. pp. [983 

Printed privately: not published. 

History of the Portland Commandery, Xo. 2., of Knights Templar. 

Including that of King Darius Council from 1805 to 1821, and of 
Maine Encampment, No. 1, from 1821 till 1855, when its charter 
was given to Templars in the Valley of the Kennebec. By Stephen 
Berry, Past Commander. (Seal.) Portland: 1882. Stephen Berry, 
Printer. 8vo. pp. (4), 139. [984 

History of Ancient Landmark Lodge, No. 17, Free and Accepted 

Masons, Portland, Me. From its organization in 1806 to 1880, in- 
clusive. By Stephen Berry. (Square and compass.) Portland: 
Stephen Berry, Printer. 1883. 8vo. pp. (4), 204. [985 

Contains biographical sketch of Commodore Edward Preble. 

Berwick. Incorporated 1713. 

Salmon Falls, taken by Three River Indians. See Charlevoix, P. F. X. 

John Hill's Company. 1740. -See Herrick, X". J. 

Plea against some oppressive religious proceedings there, 1770. 

See Backus, Isaac. 

Berwick Tax-payers. 1772. Me. Rec. 1:25. (1875). 

Sermon, installation John Thompson. 1783. See Coffin, Paul. 

Sermon, ordination William Batchelder. 1796. See Peak, John. 

Eulogy on Washington. 1800. iSee Greene, Benjamin. 

Oration on medicine. 1801. See Emerson, Samuel. 

Directory of Salmon Falls. 1867. -See Dudley, Dean. 

Directory of Salmon Falls. 1871-72. See Dudley, Dean. 

History. 1872. See Sanford, Everts & Co. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 129 

History. ISSO. See Clayton, W. W. 

Cemetery Inscriptions. 1885. See Herrick, N. J. 

Historical Sketch of. 1886. See Fogg, John S. H. 

Academy Class-day and Graduation. 1890. See Adams, Blanche H. 

Besbedge, Thomas. 

Descendants of. 1878. -See Lap ham, William B. 

Bethel. Incorporated. 1796. 

Marriages in Sudbury-Canada. 1790-93. Me. GLen. 1:81. (1876.) 



Discourse on the prophesies. 1797. See Chapman, E. 

Oration, July 4th., 1809. See Mason, Moses Jr. 

Sermon, installation Henry Sewall. 1819. See Thurston, David. 

Sermon, ordination C. Frost. 1822. -See Ellingwood, J. W. 

Sermon, funeral Dr. Almond Twitchell. 1859. See Gaines, A. G. 

Grooved Boulders in. 1S62. -See True, jS^athaniel T. 

Report of the centennial celebration at Bethel, Aug. 26, 1874. 

" For far ami wide on either hand 

There stretched a valley broad and fair, 

With greenness flashing everywhere — 

A pleasant, smiling, homelike land. " 

Portland : Printed by B. Thurston & Co. 1874. 8vo, pp. 78. [987 
Address by Nathaniel T. True. Poem by Henry L. Chapman. 

Manual of the First Congregational chui'ch in Bethel, Maine, Aug. 

1880. 24mo. pp. 18. [988 

Reunion of the students of Dr. Nathaniel T. True, at Gould's Acad- 
emy, Bethel, Maine. Friday afternoon and evening. Feb. 22, 
1884. Gorham, N. H.: Mountaineer Print, 1884. 16mo. pp. 100. 

[989 

Betsey, a brig of Wiscasset; Narrative of its shipwreck. 1824. -See 
Collins, Daniel. 

Bezout, M. 

Elements of Arithmetic. 1824. -See Haynes, Nathaniel. 

BiARD, Pierre, S. J. 1565-1622. French missionary at Port Royal and 

Mount Desert, 1611-13. 
Relation de la Nouvelle-France, de ses tei-res, natvrel dv pays et de 

ses habitans, item Du Voyage des Peres lesuites aux dictes con- 

tr6es, et de ce qu'ils y ont iusques a leur prinse par les Anglois. 

Faicte par le P. Pierre Biard, Grenoblois, de la Cie Cy-dessys. 

Lyon, Louis Muguet. 1616. [990 

The same. -See Relations des Jesuites. 

Contains an account of the Jesuit establishment of Saint Sauveur, (Mount 

Desert) in 1611, and its destruction by Argall, in 1613. 

10 



130 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

BiARD, Pierre, S. J., Continued. 

A translation of parts of chapters 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32 and 33, is given in 
Alexander Brown's "Genesis of the United States," (1890). pp. 709-725. 

Letters giving an account of the destruction of St. Sauveur. 1614. 

See Caryon, R. P. Aug. 

Extracts from his letters. 1612-26. See Warren, Fred M. 

SvifEerings and his relations in Acadia; preaches to the Canibas; 

goes to St. Sauveur; site of his colony. (1744.) See Charlevoix, 

P. F. X. 
Sketch of his life. (1831.) See Lincoln, Enoch. 

Bible. 

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The same. Portland: Sanborn & Carter, 1842. 32mo. pp. 852, 259. 

[992 

English Version of the Polyglot Bible, with marginal readings, 

references, etc. Portland: Published by Sanborn & Carter. 
1844. 12mo. [993 

Holy Bible: containing the Old Testament and the New. Stereo- 
typed by Henry Wallace & L. Roby, Concord, N. H. Portland : 
Sanborn & Carter. 1844. [994 

The English Version of the Polyglot Bible. Portland: Sanborn 

& Carter. 1845. 12mo. pp. 587, 190. [995 

Holy Bible. Portland: Sanborn & Carter. 1846. With Psalms in 

metre. 32mo. pp. 852, 250. [996 

Holy Bible. Portland: Sanborn & Carter, 1847. Stereotyped by 

Thurston & Co., Portland. 32mo. pp. 817, 259. [997 

The English Version of the Polyglot Bible. Portland: Sanborn Ar 
Carter. 1848. 18mo. pp. 8, 587, 190. (2 plates.) [998 

Holy Bible : containing the Old Testament and the New. Port- 
land: Sanborn & Carter. 1847. 18mo. [999 

The same. 1S49. [1000 

The same. 1851. [1001 

The English Version of the Polyglot Bible, containing the Old and 

New Testament; together with a copious and original select- 
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a manner hitherto unattempted. Portland: Hyde, Lord & Duren. 

1849. 4to. pp. 777, 1. [1002 

The Parallel Bible. Authorized Edition. Tlie Holy Bible, containing 

the Old and New Testament translated out of the original 
tongues: being the King James version arranged in parallel 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 131 

columns with the revised version. Augusta, E. C. Allen & Co., 
n. d. sm. 4to. pp. 1732. [1003 

-The Revised Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testament 
translated out of the original tongues : and with former transla- 
tions diligently compared and revised. Containing also the his- 
tory of the revision. American Authorized Edition. Augusta. 
E. C. Allen & Company, n. d. sm. 4to. pp. 770. [1004 

-The Old Testament translated out of the original tongues: and 
with the former translations diligently compared and revised. 
Containing also the history of the revision. Being the author- 
ized revised edition. Augusta. E. C. Allen & Co. sm. 4to. pp. 
580. [1005 

-The Parallel Old Testament, containing both old and new revision.s 
arranged in the most convenient form for comparison. The col- 
umns on the left contain the old version, while those on the right 
are of the new version. The authorized parallel edition, trans- 
lated out of the original tongues, and with all former transla- 
tions diligently compared and revised. Containing also the his- 
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1300. [1006 

-School stereotyped Testament. Hallowell: Glazier & Co. 1824. 
16mo. [1007 

-Stereotyped Edition. The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour 
Jesus Christ, translated out of the original Greek, and with the 
former translations diligently compared and reviewed. Gardiner: 
Printed and published by P. Sheldon. 1825. 12mo. pp. 290, 1. 

[1008 

-The New Testament, translated with notes. 1848. See Morgan, 
Jonathan. 

-The Apocryphal New Testament, being all the gospels, epistles and 
other pieces now extant, attributed, in the first four centuries, 
to Jesus Christ, his apostles, and their companions, and now 
included in the New Testament by its compilers. Translated, 
and now first collected into one volume, with prefaces and tables, 
and various notes and references. From the last London edition. 
Boston: Sanborn & Carter. 1857. 12mo. pp. xix, (1), 290, (1). 

[1009 

-The New Testament of out Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Being 
the authorized parallel edition, containing both the old and new 
versions arranged in parallel columns, thus facilitating compari- 
son. The column on the left containing the old version, while 
those on the right are of the new version. Translated out of the 
original Greek: and with the former translations diligently com- 
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132 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

BiiJLE, Continued. 

The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Clirist. Be- 
ing the authorized revised edition. Translated out of the origi- 
nal Greek: and with the former translations diligently compared 
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1880. See Griffin, Appleton P. C. 
See Norton, Charles B. 
See Willis, William. 
See Griffin, Joseph. 
iSee Duren, E. F. 

>90.) See Porter, J. W. 

Of Maine Genealogical and Biographical Society. 1890. See Griffin, 

Apijleton, P. C. 

Of Maine Historical Society. 1868. See Whitmore, W. H. 

Of Maine Historical Society. 1880. See Griffin, Appleton, P. C 

Of Pejepscot Historical Society. 1890. See Griffin, Appleton, P. C. 

Of Penobscot County. 1882. See Duren, E. F. 

Of Popham Colony. 1866. -See Poole, William F. 

Of Popham Colony. 1866. See Boston Public Library. 

Of Presidents and Faculty of Bowdoin College. 1876. See Bow- 

doin College. 
Of York Institute. 1890. See Griffin, Appleton, P. C. 

Bickerstaff's Almanack, for the year 1802: Being the sixth after 
Bissextile, or leap year: and the twenty-sixth of American 
Independence. From creation according to the Scriptures. 5764. 
Adapted to the District of Maine. Calculated for the meridian 
of Portland, but will answer for any of the Northern states. 

" Ere yet the systems from dark chaos rose, 

And inert Nature slept in dull repose ; 

The voice of God dispelled the gloom of night, 

And through all space diffused the rays of light. " 

Portland: Printed by Thomas B. Wait. Sold at Bookstores of 
D. George and J. Adams in said Portland. Sm. 8vo. n. pp. [1011 

BicKERSTETH, Edwaed. 1786-1850. English clergyman. 

The Christian Student, designed to assist Christians in general, in 
acquiring religious knowledge. With full li.st of books on re- 
ligion. By Rev. E. Bickersteth, rector of Watton, Herts. 
Fourth edition, corrected. Seeley, Burnside and Seeley, Fleet 
Street, London. MDCCCXLIV. 8vo. pp. 567. [1012 

Notice of Rev. Edward Payson.p. 526. 
BiCKFORD, Gershom, and family. Brewer. 1890. -See Porter, J. W. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 133 

BiCKFOKD, Maria (or Mary) Anx. Oldtown. 

Life and Death of Mrs. Maria Bickford, who was murdered Oct. 
27, 1845, by A. J. Tirrell. By a clergyman of Brunswick. Bos- 
ton: 1846. 8vo. pp.32. [1013 

Keport of trial for her murder. 1846. See Weeks, J. E. P. 

The Authentic Life of Mrs. Mary Ann Bickford, who was mur- 
dered in the city of Boston, on the 27th of Oct., 1845. Compris- 
ing a large number of her original letters and correspondence 
never befoi-e published. Entered accoixling to Act of Congress in 
the year 1846, by James Bickford, in the Clerk's Office, of the 
District Court of the District of Massachusetts. Boston : Pub- 
lished by the compiler. 1846. 8vo. pp. 32. [1014 
Portrait of Mrs. Bickford on outside of paper cover, and illustration on 
back of cover. 

The Authentic Life of Mrs. Mary Ann Bickford, who was mur- 
dered in the city of Boston, on the 27th of Oct. 1845, comprising 
a large number of her original letters and correspondence never 
before published. Boston: Published by the compiler. 1846. 
12mo. pp.48. [1015 

BicKNELL, Edward. Portland. 

Memorial Tribute to. 1877. -See Portand Soc. Nat. Hist. Proc. 

BicKNELL, George W. 

History of the Fifth Kegiment of Maine Volunteers, comprising 
brief descriptions of its marches, engagements, and general ser- 
vices from the date of its muster out, July 27, 1864. By Kev. 
George W. Bicknell, late first lieutenant and adjutant. Port- 
land: Published by Hall L. Davis. 1871. 12mo. pp. 404. (Port., 
2 illus.) [1016 

Bicknell, Henry S. 

Along the Kennebec. By Henry S. Bicknell. N. E.Mag. 1:107. 
(1886.) (illus.) [1017 

Bicknell, William Jr. 

A Concise View of the Globe. By William Bicknell, Jr., Hartford, 
Maine. 1834. Broadside. (Illus.) [1018 

BiDDEFORD. Incorporated 1718. 

Records of First church. 1730-77. See Meserve, A. K. P. 

Sermon, ordination Samuel Willard. 1730. -See Paine, Thomas. 

Sermon, funeral Samuel Willard. 1741. See Thompson, William. 

Trial for Hersey. 1792. See Hill, Jeremiah. 

Letters in the Post-office at Biddeford, July 1, 1793. Me. Rec. 1: 142 

(1888.) [1019 



134 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

BiDDEFORD, Continued. 

Oration, 4tliJuly, 1798. See King, Cyrus. 

Oration, 4tli July, 1805. See Bartlett, Joseph. 

Yisit of President Monroe to. 1817. See Waldo, Samuel P. 

Sermon, ordination C. Marsh. 1823. See Rand, Asa. 

Sermon, ordination Thomas Tracy. 1824. See Nichols, Ichabod. 

Sermon, ordination J. Ward, Jr. 182-5. See Ward, Jonathan. 

History, 1830. SeeFolsom, George. 

Dealings of First chvirch. 1832. See Norwood, A., Jr. 

Articles of Faith and Covenant of the Second Congregational 

church of Christ, in Biddeford, Maine. Saco: Printed by S. 
Webster. 12mo. n. pp. [1020 

Inscriptions from Lower Biddeford burying-ground. N. E. Reg. 

2: 386. (1848.) [1021 

Address before Lyceum. 1854. See Hoyt, Joseph G. 

Sermon, state fast. 1859. See Backard, Charles. 

Sermon, missionary. 1863. See Harris, Samuel. 

Catalogue Public Library. 1863. pp. 54. 

Biddeford and Saco Directory, containing the names of the inhabi- 
tants, their occupations, place of business, residence and officers 
of the various societies. 1864. [1022 

Directory. 1866. 

Address on Journalism. 1867. See Stevens, W. E. 

Account of the Second church at Biddeford. Cong. Quar. 11:241. 

(1869.) [1023 

History. 1872. See Sanford, Everts & Co. 

Directory. 1875. See Greenough & Co. 

Sermon. 1875. See Emerson, J. D. 

Directory. 1877. See Greenough & Co. 

History. 1880. See Clayton, W. W. 

Directory. 1880. See Greenough & Co. 

Account of the Pool. 1880. See Locke, John S. 

Directory, 1882. See Greenough & Co. 

Concerning Biddeford Pool. 1883. See Smith, Joseph M. 

Services at the Re-dedication of the Pavilion church, Biddeford, 

Me., Tuesday, Dec. 23, 1884. n. p. (On reverse of cover, "From 
the Press of the Biddeford Journal. ") sm. 8vo. pp. 23. [1024 
Memorial sermon, Rev. M. IJlanchard. Dedicatory address, Rev. Edward 
Chase. 

Directory. 1884. See Greenough & Co. 

Directory. 1886. See Greenough & Co. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 135 

Leading Business Men. 1887. -See Beckford, W. H. 

Description of the Pool. 1887. See Smith, Joseph M. 

Constitution. Reglemets, questions D'Order, et Ordre des affairs 

de la Societe Saint Jean Baptiste de Bienfaisance, de Biddeford, 
Maine. Fondee le 15 Juillet, 1877. Admise dans 1' Union le 14 
October, 1869. Incorpor^e le 9 Avril. 1873. Biddeford, Maine. 
Imprimerie du Biddeford Journal. 1886. 24mo. pp. 79. [1025 

Directory. 1888. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. 

Directory. 1890. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. 

History of Dunlap Lodge of Masons. 1826-90. See Day, Benjamin 

F. 

BiENcouKT, Chakles de. 

Goes with Biard to Kinebequi. <S'ee Charlevoix, P. F. X. 

BiGELOW, ASDBEAV, D. D. Clergyman, Eastport, 1820-21. 

Christianity Abstracted from Signs. A discourse delivered in East- 
port, on the dedication of the First Congregational meeting house 
to the service of Almighty God, on Thiirsday, Jan. 13, 1820. By 
Andrew Bigelow, M. A. Eastport: Printed by Benjamin Folsom. 
1820. 8vo. pp. 16. [1026 

A Farewell Discourse preached to the First Congregational Society 

in Eastport, on Sunday, May 27, 1821. By Andrew Bigelow. 
Boston: Printed by Wells and Lilly. 1821. Svo. pp. 35. [1027 

Memoir of Rev. Edward Payson, D. D., late pastor of the Second 

church in Portland. Chr. Ex. 8: 305. (1830). [1028 

Bigelow, John W. Livermore. 

Sermon on his death. 1856. <S'ee Foster, F. 

Bigelow, Jonathan. 1763-1854. Clergyman, Lubec. 1821-26. 

The Christian Ministry. A sermon delivered March 1, 1825 at the 
ordination of Rev. Plummer Chase, and Rev. Solomon Adams, as 
evangelists, at West Falls, Machias. By Rev. Jonathan Bigelow, 
A.M. Published by request. Machias: Printed at the Star Office, 
by J. O. Balch. 1825. Svo. pp. 29. [1029 

Bigelow Lakes. 

Region of. 1888. See Haynes, George H. 

Bigot, Father Vincent. 1647-1720. 

Gathers an Abnequi Village near Pentagoet. -See Charlevoix, 
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Billings, Caleb Callender. 1788-1833. Bangor. 
Sketch of. 1877. -See Porter, J. W. 



136 BIBLIOGRArHY OF MAINE. 

BiLLINOS, E. 

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Billings, Eliza A. 

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Billings Family. Bangor. 1885. See Porter, J. W. 

Bingham, William. 1751-1804. Statesman, Philadelphia. 
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His Penobscot Purchase. 1885. See Porter, J. W. 

Sketch of. See Williamson, W. D. 

His Kennebec Purchase. 1889. Bang. H. M. 5: 105. (1889). [1031 

In 1793 he purchased over two millions of land in Maine, at about 12 1-2 
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Land in Maine" (1793), to him, which is an error. The author was Benjamin 
Lincoln. 

Survey of his Eastern Purchase. 1797. See Holland, Park. 

Bingham, 

Child's Primer. Bucksport: W. W. Clapp. 1809. 

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Bird, George Emeksox. Lawyer, Portland. 

Editor Vols. 7 and 8 Maine Reports, third edition. See Greenleaf, 
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BiRNBAUM, Dk. 

A Laboratory Guide for Beginners in Chemical Analysis. From the 
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[1033 

BiSBEE Family Records. 1878. >S'ee Lapham, W. B. 

BiSBEE, JoHK Jr. Clergyman, Portland. 1827-29. 

A Sermon delivered in Portland, on the annual Thanksgiving, Nov. 
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Bishop, G. B. 

Mr. Blaine's Latest Ideas of Statesmanship. Nation, 39: 214. (1884.) 

[1035 

Bishop, James. 

A Poem on the Maine Law. Addressed to Christians. By James 
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Bishop, William Henry. Hartford, Conn. 

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Fish and Men in the Maine Islands. By W. H. Bishop, author of 

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138 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

J. B. 

Wolfden: an account of things there and there unto, pertaining as 
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" An' clever chields, an' bonnie hizzies, 
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Burns. 

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" Wolfden is a quiet nook among the mountains in Maine. " p. 13. 

BixBY, James Thompson, Ph. D. Clergyman, r. Belfast, 1874-79. 

Similarities of Physical and Eeligious Knowledge. No. I. Grounds 

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Science and Religion as Allies. Pop. Sci. Month. 6:690. (1876.) 

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Bi.ACK, CoL. John. 1781-1856. Ellsworth. 

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Black, Thankful. Brooks ville. 

Elegy on John Walker. (Bluehill, 1851?) 

Blacklyn Swamp. 1836. See Merrill, E. 

Blackman, Vikgil William, b. 1847. Clergyman, Veazie. 

Practical Christianity. Bangor, Me.: O. F. Knowles & Co. 1888. 
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Blackstoxe, William, 1723-80. 

Commentaries on the Laws of England. Book the first. By Sir 
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Court of Common Pleas. From the latest London edition. With 
the last corrections of the author: and with notes and additions 
by Edward Christian, Esquire, Chief Justice of the Isle of Ely, 
and the Downing Professor of the Laws of England in the Uni- 
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Lieutenant Colonel George Francis Leppier. Xo. Month. 1 : 205. 

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[1059 

Speech on the Basis of Representation, delivered in the House of 

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140 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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Reimbursement of the Loyal States for Expense Incurred in the 

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Shall the Late Insurgents Wield the Civil Power of the South? 

Speech in the House of Representatives of the United States, on 
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Personal Sketch of. 1867. See Mansfield, J. B. 

Are the Five Twenty Bonds Redeemable in Coin? Speech of J. G. 

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Speech delivered in the House of Representatives, June 23d, 1S68, 

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Burlingame as an Orator. Atlan. Month. 26:629. (1870.) [1065 

" Mr. Speaker. " Every Saturday. 10:169. (1871.) [1066 

This describes Mr. Blaine as Speaker of the House, etc. On p. 17-1 there is 
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Speech at Concord, April 19, 1875. X. E. Reg. 29: 470. (1875.) 

[1067 

Politics and the School Question. Attitude of the two parties in 

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Speech in reply to his personal explanation. 1876. See Hunton, 

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Jefferson Davis — Amnesty. (Speech). In the House of Representa- 
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An argument against conferring the honor of American citizenship upon 
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Speech in the Senate of the United States, Feb. 7th, 1878, upon the 

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Speech in the United States Senate, March 11, 1878. Upon the 

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Introduction to outline sketch of life and services of Senator 

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Foreign Policy of the Garfield Administration. Peace Congress of 

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[1075 
Concerning tlie Clayton-Bulwer Treaty. 

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Eulogy on James Abram Garfield. By James G. Blaine. De- 
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-Mr. Blaine and the Mulligan Letters. The whole story as told in 
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-The same. n. t. p. (New York.) 1884. 8vo. pp. 15. 

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-Mr. Blaine and the Foreign Policy. An examination of his most 
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-Another copy has the title : — 

Mr. Blaine's Railroad Transactions. From the New York Even- 
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142 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Blaine, James Gillespie, LL. D., Continued. 

Foreign Policy of the Garfield Administration. Peace Congress of 

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pp. S. [1084 

The article was published in the Chicago AVeekly Magazine, Sept. 16, 1882. 

(The) Head and Tail of that Dreadful Ticket, Blaine and Logan. 

New York: 1884. Svo. pp. 56. (Illus.) [1085 

" Keep my Xame Quiet." 1884. See Godkin, E. L. 

Key to Mr. Blaine's Foreign Policy. 1884. See Sedgwick, A. G. 

Latest Idea of Statesmanship. 1884. See Bishop, G. B. 

His Life and Character Reviewed. 1884. See Hoar, George F. 

Life and Public Services of. 1884. .See Conwell, Russell H. 

Life and Public Services of. 1S84. .See Ramsdell, H. J. 

Life of. 1884. See Cressey, E. K. 

More Chapters in Mr. Blaine's Railroad Transactions. 1884. See 

White. H. 

Political Adventures of. 1884. See Didier, Eugene L. 

(A) Political Reminiscence of. Xation, 39: 126. (1884.) [1086 

Proudest Chapter in his Life. 1884. See Talbot, T. H. 

Railroad Transactions of. 1884. See Godkin, E. L. 

Record of. 1884. See Political Reformation in 1884. 

(The) Rival Candidates. 1884. See American Presidency. 

Sketch of his life. 1884. See Balestier, Charles W. 

Twenty Years of Congress: from Lincoln to Garfield. "With a re- 
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Vol. I reviewed in the Critic, 4: 289. (1884.) 

James Gillespie Blaine. Bay State Mo. 2: 1. (1884.) (Port.) 

[1088 

Words of. 1884. See Vail, W. S. 

Sketch of. Ev. Sat. 10: 169, 174. (1885.) [1089 

Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

Mr. Blaine as an Historian. 1885. See Sedgwick, A. G. 

"Would We Do it Again?" 1886. .See Cary, E. 

Mr. Blaine and the Presidency. Pub. Opin. 1 : 407, 427. (1886.) 

[1090 

The Xext Presidential Campaign. Maine and Blaine. Pub. Opin. 

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Mr. Blaine and Free Trade. Spectator. 59: 1409. (1886.) [1092 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 143 

Mr. Blaine and the English Civil Service. 1886. See Godkin, E. L. 

Political Discussions, legislative, diplomatic and popular. 1856-86. 

By James G. Blaine. Norwich, Conn. The Henry Bill Pub- 
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Possible Presidents. J. G. Blaine. No. Am. Rev. 145:221. (1887.) 

[1094 

Mr. Blaine's Visit to Europe. Pub. Opin. 3:215. (1887.) 

[1095 

IntervievF with Mr. Blaine in Paris. Pub. Opin. 4: 217. (1887.) 

[1096 

Presidential Campaign. Pub. Opin. 4:493. (1888.) [1097 

Mr. Blaine and his Party. Pub. Opin. 5:82. (1888.) [1098 

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(1888.) [1099 

Presidential Campaign. Mr. Blaine and the Republican National 

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Presidential Campaign. Another letter from Mr. Blaine. Pub. Opin. 

5: 171. (1888.) [1101 

Presidential Campaign. Mr. Blaine on Trust. Pub. Opin. 5: 425. 

(1888.) [1102 

Condensed History of American Tariff Acts and their Effects upon 

Industries. (Portrait.) Speech Hon. James G. Blaine, at the 
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the Home Market Club, 56 Bedford Street, Boston. 1892. 8vo. pp. 
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The President's Error. Am. Mag. 8: 533. (1888.) [1104 

Webster and Blaine : historic justice. 1888. ;See Julian, G. W. 

Candidacy of. Nation, 46: 358. (1888.) [1105 

Could Mr. Blaine carry New York ? 1888. See Foord, J. 

The President's Error. Am. Mag. 8: 533. (1888.) [1106 

Mr. Blaine's Campaign. Sat. Rev. 66: 198. (1888.) [1107 

Taxation and Revenue: discussed by Mr. Blaine, President Cleve- 
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A Duel. Free Trade. The Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone. Pro- 
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144 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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An Abridgement of Blair's Lectures on Rhetoric. Revised and 
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The same. 1826. 16mo. pp. 296. 

Blair, Robert. 1699-1747. English poet. 

The Grave: a poem by Robert Blair, with the life of the author: 
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The same. Hallowell: Published by Glazier & Co. No. 1. Ken- 
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Blake, Anna Bowman. 

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[1113 
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Blake, Calvin, M. D. 1798-1870. Physician, Hartland. 
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Memoir of Major-general John Blake, of Brewer, and his de- 
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Blake, John. 1753-1842. Brewer. 

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[1117 

Blake, Joseph, D. D. 1814-88. Clerygman, Cumberland, 1841-59. 

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Blake, Samxtel Hakwood. 1807-87. Lawyer, Bangor. 

An Address delivered before the Association of Teachers and 
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Mr. Blake thinks soundly and writes well. We like the earnest tone of his 
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Blake, Solomox, and family. Holden. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

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Blaxchard, Fred W. S. 

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[1122 
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Memorial Sermon. 1884. See Biddeford. 

Blaxchard, Miss M. E. Calais. 

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Bliss, George. 

The Centennial Celebration of the Incorporation of Waldoboro, 

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Consideration of the Claims and Conduct of the United States Re- 
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146 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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Blood, Caleb. 1754-1814. Clergyman, Portland. 1810-14. 

A Discourse delivered July 11, 1811, at the opening of the new 
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Commemorative Notice of. 1860. See Sprague, William B. 

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(Me.), before Felicity lodge, of Free and Accepted Masons: on 
the festival of St. John the Baptist, 24th June, Anno Lucis, 5818 — 
A. D. 1818. By Eev. Brother Mighill Blood, pastor of the Con- 
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Goodale, Jr. 1820. 8vo. pp. 24. [1131 

(The preaching of the Gospel to the poor. Matt. 11 : 5.) 

A Sermon delivered at Thomaston, June 26, 1820; before the Maine 
Missionary Society, at their thirteenth anniversary. By Mighill 
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J. Burton, Jr. 1820. 8vo. pp. 24. [11:32 

Blood, Mighill H. Bangor. 

St. John's Vision: the Church and Rome, to the end of Rome. In 

two parts. By M. H. Blood. Bangor: Bartlett & Burr. 1849. 

12mo. pp. 132. [1133 
Church Calendar. By Mighill H. Blood. Bangor: Wheeler & 

Lynde. 12mo. pp. 52. [1134 

BiiOOMFiELD. Incorporated, 1814. Annexed to Skowhegan, 1861. 
Oration, 4 July, 1814. See Kidder, David. 

Sermon, funeral Rev. Fifield Holt. 1831. See Tappan, Benjamin. 

Sermon, before Baptist Association. 1845. See Stevens, Luther C. 

Report of the committee of the Congregational church, in Bloom- 
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Proceedings of Council at. 1848. 



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The Town of Bluehili. Incorporated Jan. 30, 1789. (Act.) Bang. 

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List of Families. 1807. See Fisher, Jonathan. 

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Representatives from, prior to 1820. See Candage, R. G. F. 

First settlers. 1827. See Fisher, Jonathan. 

Oration, 4th July. 1830. iSee Upton, Samuel. 

Sermon on Rev. J. Fisher. 1847. See Thurston, Stephen. 

Centennial. Congregational church. Bluehili, Maine. Bangor: 

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Address by Rev. Stephen Thurston. Poem by Augustus Stephens. 

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Bluehill Bay and Eggemoggin Reach. Approaches to. 

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[1142 

Blue Hill, Bat and Western Part of Mount Desert Island. 

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Bluepill, James. Pseud. 

The Quack: a satire. By James Bluepill, M. D. '•^ Radix malorma 
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[1144 

(1885.) [1145 

<See Black Point. 

Bloxham, Wansborough. 

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ry.) 






e Point. 






Inhabitants of. 


1658. 


N. E. Reg. .39:286. 


•Submission of. 


16.58. 


See Black Point. 



148 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Blyden, Edward W., Clergyman, Liberia. 

Tract 'No. 11. From the Colonization Journal, July 1862. Ad- 
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BoAKDMAN, George Dana. 1800-81. Missionary, Burmah. 

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Boardmax, Hexry Augustus, D. D. 1808-SO. Clergyman, Philadel- 
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Boardman, Samuel Lane. Journalist, b. Skowhegan, 1836. r. 

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-A General Index to the principal articles and leading subjects in 
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-Some Notes on the history, varieties and statistics of Indian Corn. 
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150 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

BoARDMAN, Samuel Lane, Continued. 

etc., etc., to be sold by auction on Tuesday and Wednesday, Xov. 
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The Climate, Soil, Physical Resources and Agricultural Capabilities 

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The Agriculture of Maine. 188.5. See Colby, George H. (Maine 

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Forming chapter viii. pages 33-61, of "Tidal Marshes of the United 
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Pomology of Maine. Reports as secretary. 188-5-86. See Maine: 

Public documents. 

Memorial of Robert Hallowell Gardiner (the second), of Gardiner. 

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Reprinted from the transactions of the Maine Pomological Society for 

1886. 

BoARDMAX, William. 

Augusta. Kennebec Locks and Canals Company. Report of Colonel 
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Bodge, George Madison, b. Windham, 1841. Clergyman, Leominster, 
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These papers are to be issued in a volume, and will form a history of "Wind- 
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Soldiers in King Philip's War. No. XXII. Major Richard Wald- 

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The same. Xo. XXIII. Capt. William Hathorne. X. E. Reg 

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Capt. Hathorne commanded forces sent to Maine in Aug. 1676, during 

King Philip's war. He visited Falmouth, Berwick, Welis and other places. 

The same. Xo. XXIV. Capt. Joshua Scottow and his men. X'. 

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Capt. Scottow was from Boston, but had landed interests at Black Point, 
now Scarborough. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 151 

The same. No. XXV. Capt. Benjamin Swett and his men. N. E. 

Eeg. 43: 193. (1889.) [llSl 
Soldiers in King Philip's War. Containing list of the soldiers of 

Massachusetts Colony, who served in the Indian war of 1675-77. 

With sketches of the principal officers, and copies of ancient 

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Bodge. Boston: Printed for the author, 185 Lexington Street. 

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Contains the foregoing papers from the N. E. Hist. Gen. Register. 

Anderson, John Farwell. X. E. Eeg. 44: 121. (1889.) (Port.) 

[1183 

Anderson Pedigree. N. E. Reg. 44: 198. (1889.) [1184 

The two foregoing papers have been published iu pamphlet form. 

BoDWELL, Joseph Robinson. 1818-87. Governor of Maine. Hallowell. 
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Sketch of. 1886. See Nash, Charles E. 

In Memoriam. 1887. See Lapham, William B. 

BoDWELL, Thomas. 

History of Acton. 1872. See Sanford, Everts & Co. 

BoLLAN, William. '?. 1776. Lawyer, Boston. 

Letter from William Bollan, agent of the Province of Massachu- 
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Relating to Acadia and Governor Bernard's grant at Mount Desert. The 
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BoLLES, Edwin Courtlandt, D. D. Clergyman, Salem, Mass. 

Lecture upon hill plants. 1881. See Port. Soc. Xat. Hist. Proc. 

Bolster, William Wheeler, h. 1823. Lawyer, Auburn. 

Digest of the Law of Tax Titles and Form Book, embracing all the 
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containing (with notes, directions and citations), forms of pro- 
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A Practical Treatise upon the authority and duty of town and 

county officers in town business, containing (with notes, direc- 
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444. [1187 



152 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Bolster, William Wheeler, Continued. 

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Editor Maine Reports, .3d edition, Vol. II. See Greenleaf, Simon. 

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BoiMAZEEN. Abnequi chief. 

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Bond, Thomas. Brewer, and family. 1890. <See Porter, J. W. 

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An Oration delivered at Hallowell, the fifth day of July, 1802, (the 
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[1189 

Xotice of. 18.59. .See Allen, Frederic. 

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BoNEYTHON, RiCHARD. 1580-1650. (?) Saco. 

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Book of Revelation. 1885. See Warren, Israel P. 

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James Cary. Pej. Hist. Soc. Coll. 1 : .58. (1889.) [1192 

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Memorial Volume of the Essex Street church and society, Boston 
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Portions of letters from Rev. Enoch Pond, D. D., Bangor; Rev. Cazneau 
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[1195 

Semi-centennial Celebration of the Park Street church, and society, 

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Memorial Volume. Salem church. (Engraving of church building.) 

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Contains letters from Rev. George W. Field, Rev. S. P. Fay of Bangor, 
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The Centennial Celebration of the Wednesday Evening Club: insti- 
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Contains letter from Hon. Peleg Sprague, giving an account of the case of 
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malicious prosecution in 18S4. ^ee also, Maine Reports, 13: 439. (1838.) 



154 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

(A) BosTox Girl. A story of Boston, Bar Harbor and Paris. 1886. 
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Boston, Patience. 

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Boston and Bangor Steamship Company. 

History of. 1882. See Varney, George J. 
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Summer Excursions to White Mountains, Mt. Desert, Montreal and 
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Boston and Maine Railroad Guide. 1870. See Eaton, John S. 

Boston University School of Medicine. Opening exercises, and 
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BoswoRTH, George Whitefield, D. D. 1827-88. Clergyman, Port- 
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Address at dedication Memorial Hall. 1869. See Colby University. 

Both Sides of the Tariff Question. By the world's leading men. 
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[1204 
Contains biography and portrait of James G. Blaine, also his paper on Pro- 
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Boune, Eliza Southgate. 1783-1809. Scarborough, Boston. 

A Girl's Life Eighty Years ago. Selections from the letters of Eliza 
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The scenes of some of the letters are Bath, Fortlaud, Topsham, Saco, Scar- 
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BoxjRDOtrx, Thomas. 

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BouRiNOT, John George, LL. D., D. C. L. b. 1836. Toronto, Canada. 
Gentlemen Adventurers in Acadia. I. Baron de Poutrincourt. 



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New Dominion Monthly, 3: 305. (1869.) II. Charles de La Tour. 
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BouRXE, Edward Emersox, LL. D. 1797-1873. Lawyer, Kennebunk. 
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Richard Vines: address at Popham celebration. 1862. iS'ee Ballard, 

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Memoir of. 1881. See Smith, Edwin B. 

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BouTELLE, Charles Addison, b. 1839. Journalist and Representa- 
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Speech in the House of Representatives, February 1, 1884, on Fitz 
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Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

Speech on investigation of Norfolk navy-yard, January 23, 1886. 

Washington: 1886. 8vo. pp. 4. [1212 

The Democratic Crusade against Pensions for Union Soldiers. 

Speech of Hon. C. A. Boutelle, of Maine, in the House of Repre- 
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Speech on the navy appropriation bill, July 18, 1886. Washington : 

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Speech on increase of the navy, July 24, 1866. Washington: 1886. 

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Speech on increase of the navy. Aug. 2, 1886. Washington: 1886. 

8vo. pp. 4. [1216 



156 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

BouTELLE, Chakles Addison, Continued. 

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Speecli on the navy appropriation bill, February 25, 1887. 8vo. pp. 

4. [1218 
Speech on the navy appropriation bill, February 20, 1887. 8vo. pp. 

4.. [1219 

Speech on captured battle flags, January 12, 1888. 8vo. pp. 4. 

[1220 

Speech on Cobden Club membership, Feb. 9, 1888. 8vo. pp. 8. [1221 

The Democratic Assault upon the Industries of Maine. Remarks of 

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Speech on navy appropriation bill, Feb. 2, 1889. 8vo. pp. 20. [1223 

Speech on navy appropriation bill, Feb. 23, 1889. 8vo. pp. 40. [1224 

Speech on navy appropriation bill, April 10, 1890. 8vo. pp. 16. 

[122.5 

Speech on navy appropriation bill, June 25, 1890. 8vo. pp. 8. [1226 

Remarks on Mr. Breckinridge of Kentucky, Aug. 4, 1890. 8vo. 

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Speech on navy yard at Kittery, Me., Aug. 4, 1890. 8vo. pp. 12. 

[1228 
Speech on nickel plate armor, Sept. 25, 1890. Svo. pp. 4. [1229 

Boutelle, Miss Geace H. Bangor. 

Poems; "Pleasure," and "Heavens' Edelweiss." 1888. See 
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Boutelle, Dr. Johx. 1783-1853. Edgecomb. 

Notice of. N. E. Reg. 7:291. (18.53.) [12.30 

Boutelle, Timothy, LL. D. 1778-1885. Lawyer, Waterville. 
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Biographical Sketch of, with portrait. 1863. See Willis, William. 

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BouTOX, Nathaniel, D. D. 1797-1878. Clergyman, Concord, N. H. 
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Has a map of the scene of action. Only extracts from the sermon of Mr. 
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(1861.) 



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BowDiTCH, H. Augusta. 

Housekeeper's Friend. A selection of practical receipts. Augusta: 
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BowDOix College. Incorporated 1794. Medical school organized 
1820. 

ADDRESSES, DISCOURSES, EULOGIES, LECTURES, ORATIOXS, POEMS, 

SERMONS. 

Address, inaugural. 1802. See McKeen, Joseph. 

Eulogy on Joseph McKeen, 1807. See Jenks, William. 

Oration before Peucinian Society. 1808. See Daveis, Charles S. 

Eulogy on James Bowdoin. 1812. See Jenks, William. 

Discourse on Frederick Southgate. 1813. See Appleton, Jesse. 

Addresses at commencement. 1818. See Appleton, Jesse. 

Sermon at interment Jesse Appleton. 1819. See Tappan, Benja- 
min. 

Address before Peucinian Society. 1822. See Cleavelaud, Nehe- 
miah. 

Address before Benevolent Society. 1826. See Newman, Samuel 
P. 

Discourse before Phi Beta Kappa Society. 1827. See Ware, Ashur. 

Sermon to the temperate. 1827. See Mead, Asa. 

Lecture before students. 1828. See Allen, William. 

Poem before Athensean Society. 1828. See Mellen, Grenville. 

Address upon Nathan Smith. 1829. See Allen, William. 

Decade of Addresses to Senior Class. 1820-29. See Allen, William. 

Poem at. 1832. See Evans, Eichard. 

Address before Phi Beta Kappa Society. 1834. See Everett, Alex- 
ander H. 

Address before alumni. 1835. See Daveis, Charles S. 

Poem before Phi Beta Kappa Society. 1835. See McLellan, Isaac 
Jr. 

Address before Phi Beta Kappa Society. 1837. See Ingersoll, 
Joseph R. 

Address before Teacher's Association. 1838. See Packard, Al- 
plieus S. 

Address before Phi Beta Kappa Society. 1841. See Bradford, 
Alden. 

Address before Peucinian Society. 1843. See Hedge, Frederick 
H. 

Address before Athenaean Society. 1844. See Andrew, John A. 

Address before medical class. 1848. See Peaslee, Edmund R. 



158 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

BowDOiN College, Continued. 

Adpress before Phi Beta Kappa Society. 1849. See Dwight, 

William T. 
Valedictory Address to medical class. 1849. See Lee, Charles A. 
Discourse before Phi Beta Kappa Society. 1850. See Sprague, 

"William B. 
Address to the class in the Medical School. 1851. See Peaslee, 

Edmund K. 
Eulogy on Daniel Webster. 1852. See Hitchcock, Roswell D. 
Sermon, dedication new chapel. 1855. See Hitchcock, Roswell 

D. 
Discourses on religious history of the college. 1858. -See Smyth, 

Egbert C. 
Address before alumni. 1858. See Packard, Alpheus S. 
Poem before general societies. 1858. See Leighton, Albert. 
Address before Medical School. 1860. See Sweetser, William. 
Lecture before Medical School. 1860. See Chadbourne, Paul A. 
Lecture before Medical School. 1861. See Dana, Israel T. 
Address before alumni. 1861. See Prentiss, George L. 
Sermon to stitdents. 1861. See Smyth, Egbert C. 
Lecture before Medical School. 1861. See Jewett, Theodore H. 
Address on opening new hall, Medical School. 1862. See Woods, 

Leonard. 
Address before Phi Beta Kappa Society. 1862. See Thomas, Ben- 
jamin F. 
Discourse before literary societies. 1866. See Hillard, George S. 
Address, inaugural. 1867. See Harris, Samuel. 
Address before Medical department. 1868. See Robinson, William 

C. 
Address on William Smyth. 1868. See Packard, Alpheus S. 
Address on John A. C. Fellows. 1869. See Allen, Stephen. 
Address before Portland alumni. 1872. See Brown, Philip Henry. 
Address on Thomas C Upham. 1872. See Packard, Alpheus S. 
Address, inaugural. 1872. See Chamberlain, Joshua L. 
Address before alumni. 1873. See Goodwin, Daniel R. 
Address, opening Cleaveland cabinet. 1873. See Cleaveland, Xe- 

hemiah. 
Address before alumni. 1876. See Hill, Thomas. 
Oration before alumni. 1878. See Symonds, Joseph W. 
Discourse on Leonard Woods. 1879. See Everett, Charles C. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 159 

Address before alumni. 1882. See Goodwin, Daniel E. 

Address before alumni. 188.5. See Smyth, Egbert C. 

Addresses at the inauguration of the Kev. William DeWitt Hyde, as 
president of Bowdoin College, Wednesday, June 23, 1886. Bruns- 
wick, 1886. (Beverse, Stephen Berry, Printer, Portland.) 8vo. 
pp. 41. [1233 

Congratulatory address by the Rev. .John Orr Fiske, D. D. Address and 
investiture by the Rev. Edwin Bonaparte Webb, D. D. Inaugural address, 
by President Hyde. 

Address before alumni. 1888. See Baker, Orville D. 
Address before Medical School. 1888. See Clifford, William 
Henry. 

CATALOGUES, ANNUAL. 

Catalogue of the officers, graduates and students of Bowdoin Col- 
lege. October, 1807. Printed by J. M'Kown, Portland. Broad- 
side. [1234 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College. Oct., 
1809. Arthur Shirley, Printer. Broadside. [123-5 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College. Xov., 
ISiO. J. M'Kown, Printer, Portland, 1810. Broadside. [12.36 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College, Bruns- 
wick, Oct., 1812. X. Cheever, Printer. Broadside. [1237 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College, Bruns- 
wick, Oct., 1813. N. Cheever, Printer, Hallowell. Broadside. 

[1238 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College, Bruns- 
wick, Oct., 1814. Goodale & Burton, Printers, Hallowell. Broad- 
side. [1239 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College, Bruns- 
wick, Oct., 1815. N. Cheever, Printer, Hallowell. Broadside. 

[1240 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College, Bruns- 
wick, Oct., 1817. E. Goodale, Printer, Hallowell. Broadside. 

[1241 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College, Bruns- 
wick, Oct., 1818, E. Goodale, Printer, Hallowell. Broadside. 

[1242 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College, Bruns- 
wick, Oct., 1819. E. Goodale, Printer, Hallowell. Broadside. 

[1243 
Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College, Bruns- 
wick, Oct., 1820. J. Griffin, Printer, Brunswick. Broadside. 

[1244 



160 BIBLIOGIIAPHY OF MAINE. 

BowDOiN College, Continued. 

Medical Institution of Maine, at Bowdoin College. Brunswick: J. 
Griffin, Printer. 1821. 8vo. pp. 4. [1245 

Catalogue of members. 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College, Bruns- 
wick. Oct., 1821. J. Griffin, Printer, Brunswick. Broadside. 

[1246 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College, and the 
Medical School of Maine, February, 1822. Brunswick, Printed 
byJJoseph Griffin, 1822. 8vo. pp. 16. [1247 

This was the tirst annual catalogue published in pamphlet form. 

Catalogue of the'officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine, February, 1823. Brunswick: Printed by 
J. Griffin. 1823. 8vo. pp. 16. [1248 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College, Maine, 
October, 1823. Brunswick. J. Griffin, P. 8vo. pp. 11. 

[1249 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine, February, 1824. Brunswick, Printed by 
Joseph Griffin, Main Street, 1824. 8vo. pp. 16. [1250 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine, February, 1825. Brunswick, Printed by 
Joseph Griffin, Main Street. 8vo. pp. 16. [1251 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College, Bruns- 
wick, Me. Printed by Joseph Griffin, 1825. 8vo. pp. 12. [1252 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. February, 1826. Brunswick, Printed by 
Joseph Griffin, Main Street, 1826. 8vo. pp. 16. [1253 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College, Maine, 
October, 1826. Brunswick, Printed by J. Griffin. 1826. 8vo. pp. 8. 

[1254 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine, February, 1827, Brunswick, Joseph 
Griffin, Main Street, 1827. 8vo. pp. 16. [1255 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College, October, 

1827. 8vo. pp. 8. [1256 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine, February, 1828. Brunswick, Joseph 
Griffin, Printer, 1828. 8vo. pp. 16. [1257 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College, October, 

1828. Brunswick, George Griffin, Printer, 3 828. 8vo. pp. 8. 

[1258 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 161 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College, and the 
Medical School of Maine, March, 1829. Brunswick, George 
Griffin, Printer, 1829. 8vo. pp. 16. [1259 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College, Maine, 
October, 1829. Brunswick, Printed at the Bowdoin Press by G. 
Griffin, 1829. 8vo. pp. 8. [1260 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. April, 1830. Brvmswick, Bowdoin 
Press. J. Griffin. 1830. 12mo. pp. 20. [1261 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College, Maine: 
October, 1830. Griffin's Press, Brunswick, 1830. 12mo. pp. 11. 

[1262 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. April, 1831. Brunswick, Press of 
Joseph Griffin, 1831. 12mo. pp. 24. [1263 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. April, 1832. Brunswick, Press of 
Joseph Griffin, 1832. 12mo. pp. 24. [1264 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College, Maine. 
October, 1832. Brunswick, Press of Joseph Griffin, 1832. 12mo. 
pp. 12. [1265 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. April, 1833. Brunswick: Press of 
Joseph Griffin. 1833. 12mo. pp. 24. [1266 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College, Maine. 
October, 1833. Brunswick, Press of Joseph Griffin. 1833. 12mo. 
pp. 12. [1267 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine, April, 1834. Brunswick, Press of 
Joseph Griffin, 1834. 12mo. pp. 24. [1268 

The same. Printed by direction of the students. Portland: Arthur 
Shirley, Printer. 1834. 12mo. pp. 24. [1269 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College. October 

1834. Brunswick, Press of Joseph Griffin, 1834. 12mo. pp. 12. 

[1270 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 

Medical School of Maine, April, 1833. 12mo. pp. 22. [1271 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College, October, 

1835. Brvmswick, Press of Joseph Griffin, 1835. 12mo.pp. 12. [1272 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine, April, 1836. Brunswick, Press of Joseph 
Griffin. 12mo. pp. 23. [1273 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College. Bruns- 
wick, Press of Joseph Griffin, 1836. 12mo. pp. 12. [1274 
12 



162 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

BowDOiN College, Continued. 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. 1837-38. Press of Joseph Griffin, 1837. 
12mo, pp. 24. [1275 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College. 1837-38. 
Brunswick: Press of Joseph Griffin, MDCCCXXXVII. 8vo. pp. 
16. [1276 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College, and the 
Medical School of Maine. MDCCCXXXVIIL Brunswick: Press 
of Joseph Griffin. 8vo. pp. 20. [1277 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. MDCCCXXXIX. Brunswick: Press 
of Joseph Griffin. 8vo. pp. 20. [1278 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. MDCCCXL. Brunswick: Press of 
Joseph Griffin. 8vo. pp. 20. [1279 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. MDCCCXLI. Brunswick: Press of 
Joseph Griffin. 8vo. pp. 24. [1280 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. MDCCCXLII. Brunswick: Press of 
Joseph Griffin. 8vo. pp. 24. [1281 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. MDCCCXLIII. Brunswick: Press of 
J. Griffin. 8vo. pp. 24. [1282 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College for the 
academical year 1843-44. Brunswick: Press of Joseph Griffin. 
8vo. pp. 23. [1283 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. 1844. Brunswick: Press of Joseph 
Griffin. 8vo. pp. 24. [1284 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. 1845. Brunswick: From the press of 
J. Griffin. 8vo. pp. xxiv. [1285 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. 1845. Published by the students. 
Boston: Samuel N. Dickinson & Co., Printers. 1845. 8vo. pp. 
24. [1286 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. 1846. Brunswick: From the press of 
J. Griffin. 8vo. pp. xxiv. [1287 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. 1846^7. Brunswick: From the press 
of J. Griffin. 8vo. pp. xxiv. [1288 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 163 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and tlie 
Medical School of Maine. MDCCCXLVII. Brunswick: From 
the press of Joseph Griffin. 8vo. pp. xxiv. • [1289 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. MDCCCXLVIII. Brunswick: From 
the press of Joseph Griffin. 8vo. pp. xxiv. [1290 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Spring term. 1849. From the press 
of J. Griffin. Brunswick. 8vo. pp. xxiv. [1291 

Annual Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College 
and the Medical School of Maine. Published by the students. 
Troy, N. Y. Steam Press of J. C. Kneeland and Co. 1849. 
8vo. pp. 24. [1292 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Spring term, 18-50. From the press of 
J. Griffin. Brunswick. 8vo. pp. 24. [1293 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Fall term, 18.50. Advertiser Press, 
Foster & Gerrish, Printers. Portland. 8vo. pp. 26. [1294 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Spring term, 1851. From J. Griffin's 
Press. Brunswick: 8vo. pp. 31-24. [1295 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Fall term, 1851. Advertiser Press. 
Foster & Gerrish, Printers. Portland. 8vo. pp. 31-24. [1296 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Spring term, 1852. From J. Griffin's 
Press, Brunswick. 8vo. pp. 31-24. [1297 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Fall term, 1852-.53. Hanover, N. H. 
D. Kimball & Sons, Printers. Nov., 18.52. 8vo. pp. xxviii. [1298 

Catalogvie of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Spring term, 1853. From J. Griffin's 
Press, Brunswick. 8vo. pp. 31. [1299 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Fall term, 18-53. From J. Griffin's 
Press, Brunswick. 8vo. pp. 31. [1300 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Spring term, 1854. Brunswick : Joseph 
Griffin, Printer and Bookseller to the College. 1854. 8vo. pp. 32. 

[1.301 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Fall term, 1854. Brunswick: Joseph 
Griffin, Printer and Bookseller to the College. 1854. 8vo. pp. 
32. [1302 



164 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

BoAVDoiN College, Continued. 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Spring term, 1855. Brunswick: 
Joseph Griffin, Printer and Bookseller to the College. 1855. 8vo. 
pp. 32. [1.303 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Fall term, 1855. Brunswick: Joseph 
Griffin, Printer and Bookseller to the College. 1855. 8vo. pp. 32. 

[1304 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Spring term, 1856. Brunswick: Joseph 
Griffin, Printer and Bookseller to the College. 1856. 8vo. pp. 
32. [1305 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Fall term, 1856. Brunswick: Joseph 
Griffin, Printer and Bookseller to the College. 1656. 8vo. pp. 32. 

[1306 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Spring term, 1857. Brunswick: Joseph 
Griffin, Printer and Bookseller to the College. 1857. 8vo. pp. 
32. [1307 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Fall term, 1857. Brunswick: Joseph 
Griffin, Printer and Bookseller to the College. 1857. 8vo. pp. 32. 

[1308 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Spring term, 1858. Brunswick: Jo- 
seph Griffin, Printer and Bookseller to the College. 1858. Svo. pp 
32. [1309 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. 1858-59. Brunswick: Published by 
J. Griffin. 1858. Svo. pp. 32. [1310 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. 1859. Brunswick: Published by J. 
Griffin. 1859. 8vo. pp. 32. [1311 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. 1859-60. Brunswick: Published by 
J. Griffin. 1859. Svo. pp. 32. [1312 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. 1860. Brunswick: Published by J. 
Griffin. 1860. Svo. pp. 32. [1313 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. (Fall term) 1860. Brunswick: Pub- 
lished by J. Griffin. 1860. Svo. pp. 32. [1314 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 165 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. 1861. Brunswick: Published by J. 
Griffin. 1860. 8vo. pp. 32. [1315 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Fall term, 1861. Brunswick: Pub- 
lished by J. Griffin. 1861. Svo. pp. 32. [1316 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Spring term, 1862. Brunswick: Pub- 
lished by J. Griffin. 1862. 8vo. pp. 32. [1317 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Fall term, 1862. Brunswick: Pub- 
lished by J. Griffin. 1862. 8vo. pp. 32. [1318 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Spring term, 1863. Brunswick : Pub- 
lished by J. Griffin. 1863. 8vo. pp. 32. [1319 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Fall term, 1863. Brunswick: Pub- 
lished by J. Griffin. 1863. 8vo. pp. 30. [1320 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Spring term, 1864. Brunswick : Pub- 
lished by J. Griffin. 1864. 8vo. pp. 32. [1.321 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Fall term, 186.5. Brunswick: Pub- 
lished by J. Griffin. 1864. Svo. pp. 32. [1322 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Spring term, 186.5. Brunswick: Pub- 
lished by J. Griffin. 1865. 8vo. pp. 32. [1323 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Fall term, 1865. Brunswick: Pub- 
lished by J. Griffin. 1865. Svo. pp. 32. [1324 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Spring term, 1866. Brunswick: Pub- 
lished by J. Griffin. 1866. Svo. pp. 32. [1325 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Fall term, 1866. Brunswick: Pub- 
lished by J. Griffin. 1866. Svo. pp. 32. [1326 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Spring term, 1867. Brunwick: Pub- 
lished by J. Griffin. 1867. Svo. pp. 32. [1327 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. First term, 1867-68. Brunswick: 
Joseph Griffin. 1867. Svo. pp. 32. [1328 



166 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

BowDoix College, Continued. 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Second term, 1867-68. Brunswick: 
Joseph Griffin. 1868. 8vo. pp. 32. [1329 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. First term, 1868-69. Brunswick: 
Joseph Griffin. 1868. 8vo. pp. 32. [1330 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Second term, 1868-69. Brunswick: 
Joseph Griffin. 1869. 8vo. pp. 32. [1331 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. First term, 1869-70. Brunswick: 
Joseph Griffin. 1869. 8vo. pp. 32. [1332 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. Second term, 1869-70. Brunswick: 
Joseph Griffin. 1870. 8vo. pp. 32. [1333 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. First term, 1870-71. Brunswick: Jo- 
seph Griffin. 1870. 8vo. pp. 32. [1334 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. 1870-71. Brunswick: Joseph Griffin. 
8vo. pp. 32. [1335 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. 1871. Brunswick. Nelson Dingley, 
Jr., & Co., Lewiston, College Printers. 1871. 12mo. pp. 48 

[1336 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. 1871-72. Brunswick. Nelson Ding- 
ley, Jr., and Co., Lewiston, College Printers. 1872. 12mo. pp. 
■jQ. [1337 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. 1872. Brunswick. Nelson Dingley, 
Jr., & Co., Lewiston, College Printers. 1872. 12mo. pp. 56. [1338 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. 1873. Brunswick. Nelson Dingley, 
Jr., & Co., Lewiston, College Printers 1873. r2mo. pp. 55 

[1339 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College, and the 
Medical School of Maine. 1873-74. Brunswick: Joseph Griffin. 

1873. pp. 54. [1340 
Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 

Medical School of Maine. 1873-74. Brunswick: Joseph Griffin. 

1874. (2nd edition.) 8vo. pp. 56. [1341 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 167 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 

Medical School of Maine. 1873-74. Brunswick: Joseph Griffin. 

1874. (Third edition.) 12mo. pp. 56. [1342 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 

Medical School of Maine, at Brunswick, Maine. 1874-75. (Jan. 

1875.) Brunswick: Telegraph Printing Office. 1875. 12mo. pp. 

48. [1343 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 

Medical School of Maine, at Brunswick, Maine. 1874-75. (Apr. 

1875.) Brunswick Telegraph Printing Office. 1875. 12mo. pp. 48. 

[1344 
Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 

Medical School of Maine, for the year 1875-76. Brunswick, 

Maine. Brunswick: Telegraph Printing Office. 1876. 8vo. pp. 

46. [1345 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 

Medical School of Maine, Brunswick, Maine, for the year 1876- 

77. Brunswick: Telegraph Printing Office. 1877. 8vo. pp. 48. 

[1346 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 

Medical School of Maine, Brunswick, Maine, for the year 1877- 

78. Brunswick Telegraph Printing Office. 1877. 8vo. pp. 51. 

[1347 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. For the year 1878-79. Brunswick: 
Telegraph Printing Office. 1878. 8vo. pp. 52. [1348 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. For the year 1879-80. Brunswick: 
Telegraph Printing Office. 1879. 8vo. pp. 49. [1349 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. For the year 1880-81. Brunswick: 
Telegraph Printing Office. 1880. 8vo. pp. 52. [1350 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. For the year 1881-82. Brunswick: 
Telegraph Printing Office. 1881. 8vo. pp. 52. [1351 

Catalogue of officers and the students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. For the year 1882-83. Brunswick: 
Telegraph Printing Office. 1883. 8vo. pp. 52. [1352 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. For the year 1883-84. Brunswick: 
MDCCCLXXXIII. 8vo. pp. 56. [1353 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. For the year 1884-85. Brunswick: 
MDCCCLXXXIV. 8vo pp. 60. [1354 



168 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

BowDoiN College, Continued. 

Catalogue of the ofiScers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. For the yeai- 1885-86. Brunswick: 
MDCCCLXXXV. Svo. pp. 60. [1355 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. For the year 1886-87. Brunswick: 
MDCCCDXXXVI. 8vo. pp. .58. [1356 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. For the year 1887-88. Brunswick : 
MDCCCLXXXVII. 8vo. pp. GO. [1357 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. For the year 1888-89. Brunswick: 
MDCCCLXXXVIII. Svo. pp. 62. [1358 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Bowdoin College and the 
Medical School of Maine. For the year 1889-90. Brunswick: 
MDCCCLXXXIX. 8vo. pp. 61. [1359 

Catalogue of Bowdoin College and the Medical School of Maine. 
1890-91. Brunswick, 1890. 8vo. pp. 57, (7). [1360 

CATALOGUES, TRIENNIAL AND GENEBAL. 

Catalogus senatus academici, et eorum, qui munera et officia 
gesserunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt in Collegio 
Bowdoinensi, Brunsvici, in Republica Massachusettsensi. Qui ad 
imum classium cseteris, linea interposita, separantur, alibi in- 
stituti fuerunt, vel apud nos gradu honorario donati. Portland- 
iae; E typis Johannis M'Kown. MDCCCX. 8vo. pp. 8. [1361 

Catalogus senatus academici, et eorum, qui munera et officia 
gesserunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt in Collegio 
Bowdoinensi, Brunsvici, in Republica Massachusettensi. Qui ad 
imum classium a caeteris, line interposita, separantur, alibi in- 
stituti fuerunt, vel apud nos gradu honorario donati. Apud 
Hallowell; E typis Nathanaelis Cheever. MDCCCXIII. 8vo. 
pp. 8. [1362 

Catalogus senatus academici, et eorum, qui, numera et officia 
gesserunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt in Collegio 
Bowdoinensi Brunsvici, in Republica Massacliusettensi. Eccle- 
siarum Fastores literis Italicis exarantur. Qui ad imum classium 
a cfeteris, linea interposita, separantur, alibi instituti fuerunt, 
vel apud nos gradu honorario donati. Apud Hallowell: E typis 
Ezekielis Goodale. MDCCCXVI. 8vo. pp. 8. [1363 

Catalogus senatus academici, et eorum, qui munera et officia: 
gesserunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt in Collegio 
Bowdoinensi, Brunsvici, in Republica Massachusettensi. Eccle- 
siarum Fastores literis Italicis exarantur. Qui ad imum classium 
a cfeteris, linea interposita, separantur, alibi instituti, vel apud 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE; 169 

nos gradu honorario donati. Apud Hallowell: E typis Ezekielis 
Goodale. MDCCCXIX. 8vo. pp. 12. [1364 

Catalogus senatus acaderaici, et eorum, qui munera et ofiScia gesse- 
runt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt, in Collegio 
Bowdoinensi, Brunsvici, in Eepublica Mainensi. Brunsvici: 
E typis Griffin et Weld : MDCCCXXII. 8vo. pp. 16. [1365 

Catalogus senatus academici, et eorum, qui munera et officia 
gesserunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt, in Collegio 
Bowdoinensi, Brunsvici, Eepublica Mainensi. Brunsvici: E typis 
Josephi Griffin. MDCCCXXV. Svo. pp. 18. [1366 

Catalogus senatus academici, et eorum, qui munera et officia gesse- 
runt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt, in Collegio Bov?- 
doinensi, Brunsvici, Eepublica Mainensi. Brunsvici : Georgii 
Griffin. MDCCCXXVIII. Svo. pp. 21. [1367 

Catalogus senatus academici, et eorum, qui munera et officia gesse- 
runt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt, in Collegio 
Bowdoinensi, BrunsAici, Eepublica Mainensi. Brunsvici: E typis 
Josephi Griffin: MDCCCXXXI. Svo. pp. 23. [1368 

Catalogus eorum, qvii munera et officia gessersunt, quique alicujus 
gradus laurea donati sunt, in Collegio Bowdoinensi, Brunsvici, 
Eepublica Mainensi. Brunsvici: E typis Josephi Griffin. 
MDCCCXXXIV. Svo. pp. 31. [1369 

Catalogus senatus academici, et eorum, qui munera et officia ges- 
sersunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt, in Collegio 
Bowdoinensi, Brunsvici, Eepublica Mainensi. Brunsvici : E typis 
Josephi Griffin. MDCCCXXXVII. Fojderatarum America Ee- 
publicarum summae potestatis anno LXII. Svo. pp. 40. [1370 

Catalogus senatus academici, et eorum, qui munera et officia ges- 
serunt, quique alicujus gradus donati sunt, in Collegio Bowdoin- 
ensi, Brunsvici, Eepublica Mainensi. Brunsvici: E typis Josephi 
Griffin. MDCCCXL. Foideratum American Eepublicarum sum- 
mfe potestatis anno XLV. Svo. pp. 46. [1371 

Catalogus senatus academici, et eorum, qui munera et officia ges- 
serunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt, in Collegio 
Bowdoinensi, Brunsvici, Eepublica Mainensi. E typis Josephi 
Griffin : MDCCCXLIII. Foederatarum Americse Eerumpublic- 
arum summse potestatis anno LXYIII. Svo. pp. 51. [1372 

Catalogus senatus academici, et eorum, qui munera et officia ges- 
serunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt, in Collegio 
Bowdoinensi, Brunsvici, Eepublica Mainensi. E typis Josephi 
Griffin: MDCCCXLVI. Foederatarum Americse Eerumpublic- 
arum summae potestatis anno LXXI. Svo. pp. 56. [1373 



170 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

BowDOiN College, Continued. 

Catalogus senatus academici, et eorum, qui inunera et oflScia ges- 
serunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt, in Collegio 
Bowdoinensi, Brunsvici, Republica Mainensi. Typis Josephi 
Griffin: MDCCCXLIX. Foederatarum Americse Rerumpublicarum 
summsB potestatis anno LXXIV. 8vo. pp. 58. [1374 

Catalogus senatus academici, et eorum, qui munera et officia ges- 
sernnt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt, in Collegio 
Bowdoinensi, Brunsvici, Republica Mainensi. Typis Josephi 
Griffin: MDCCCLII. Fffideratarum Americae Eerumpublicarum 
summse potestatis anno LXXVII. 8vo. pp. 67. [137.5 

Catalogus senatus academici, et eorum, qui munera et officia ges- 
serunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt, in Collegio 
Bowdoinensi, Brunsvici, in Republica Mainensi. Typis Josephi 
Griffin: MDCCCLV. Foederatarum Americse Rerumpublicarum 
summae potestatis anno LXXX. 8vo. pp. 72. [1376 

Catalogus senatus academici, et eorum, qui munera et officia ges- 
serunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt, in Collegio 
Bowdoinensi, Brunsvici, in Republica Mainensi. Typis Josephi 
Griffin: MDCCCLVIII. Fcederatarum Americse Rerumpublicarum 
summsB potestatis anno LXXXIII. 8vo. pp. 79. [1.377 

Catalogus senatus academici, et eorum, qui munera et officia gesse- 
runt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt, in Collegio Bow- 
doinensi, Brunsvici, in Republica Mainensi. Typis Josephi 
Griffin: MDCCCLXI. Foederatarum Americse Rerumpublicarum 
potestatis anno LXXXVI. 8vo. pp. 85. [1378 

Catalogus senatus academci, et eorum, qui munera et officia gesse- 
runt, quique alicujus laurea donati sunt, in Collegio Bowdoinensi, 
Brunsvici, in Republica Mainensi. Typis Josephi Griffin: 
MDCCCLXIV. Foederatarum America; Rerumpublicarum sum- 
mae potestatis anno LXXXIX. 8vo. pp. 86. [1379 

Catalogus senatus academici, et eorum, qui munera et officia ges- 
serunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt, in Collegio 
Bowdoinensi, Brunsvici, in Republica Mainensi. Prelo Josephi 
Griffin: MDCCCLXVII. Foederatarum Americae Rerumpublica- 
rum summae potestatis anno XCII. Svo. pp. 89. [1380 

Catalogus senatus academici, et eorum, qui munera et officia ges- 
serunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt, in Collegio 
Bowdoinensi, Brunsvici, in Republica Mainensi. Prelo Josephi 
Griffin: MDCCCLXX. Foederatarum Americae Rerumpublica- 
rum summae potestatis anno XCV. 8vo. pp. 95. [1381 

Catalogus senatus academici, et eorum, qui munera et officia ges- 
serunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt, in Collegio 
Bowdoinensi, Brunsvici, in Republica Mainensi. Josephus 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 171 

Griffin: MDCCCLXXIII. Foederatarum Americse Kerumpub- 
licarum surnmse potestatis anno XCVIII. Svo. pp. 113. [1382 

A necrology, 1870-73, is contained in pp. 105-112. 
Catalogus senatus acaclemici, et eorum, qui mnnera et officia ges- 
serunt, quique alien jus gradus laurea donati sunt, in Collegio 
Bowdoinensi, Brunsvici, in Republica Mainensi. Stephanus 
Berry, MDCCCLXXXI. Foederatarum Americse Rerumpublic- 
arum summse potestatis anno CVI. Svo. pp. 144. [1383 

A necrology, July 1877-July 1881, is coatained in pp. 125-143. 
General Catalogue of Bowdoin College and tlie Medical School of 
Maine, including the officers of government and instruction and 
all vsrho have received degrees from the institution 1794-1889. 
Brunswick, Maine. Published by the College 1889. Svo. pp- 176. 
This is the first general catalogue which was printed in English. 

[1384 
CATALOGITES OF COLLEGE SOCIETIES. 

Catalogue of the members of the Peucinian Society. Bowdoin 
College, Brunswick. 1818. Hallowell: Printed by E. Goodale. 
1818. Svo. pp. 12. [1385 

Catalogue of the library of the Peucinian Society, Bowdoin Col- 
lege. Hallowell: Goodale, Glazier & Co., Printers. 1823. 16mo. 
pp. 26. [1386 

Catalogue of the honorary and immediate members of the Peu- 
cinian Society, of Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Me. Instituted 
180.5. Reorganized 1814. Exeter. Printed by Charles Xorris, 
September, 1826. Svo. pp. 16. [1387 

Catalogue of the library of the Peucinian Society, Bowdoin Col- 
lege, January, 1829. Brunswick: Printed by George Griffin. 
1829. 16mo. pp. 42. [1388 

Catalogue of the Fraternity of ^. B. K., Alpha of Maine, Bowdoin 
College, Brunswick. 1834. Brunswick: From the Press of Jo- 
seph Griffin. 18.34. Svo. pp. 14. [1389 

Catalogue of the library of the Athenaean Society of Bowdoin 
College. August, 1834. Brunswick. From the Press of J. 
Griffin. 1834. 12mo. pp. 5.J. [1390 

The number of volumes was 2912. 

Catalogue of the Athenaean Society of Bowdoin College, Bruns- 
wick. Instituted 1817. Incorporated 182S Press of Joseph 
Griffin. MDCCCXXXVIII. Svo. pp. 24. [1391 

Catalogue of the Peucinian Society, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, 
Maine. Instituted 1805, reorganized 181 i. Brunswick: Press 
of Joseph Griffin. MDCCCXXXVIII. Svo. pp. 32. [1392 

Catalogue of the library of the Athenaean Society, Bowdoin Col- 
lege, Brunswick: Press of Joseph Griffin. 1838. Svo. pp. 24. 

[1393 



172 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

BowDoiN College, Continued. 

Catalogue of the Fraternity <i>. B. K., Alpha of Maine, Bowdoin 
College. MDCCCXLII. Brunswick: Press of Joseph Griffin, 
n. d. (1842.) 8vo. pp. 16. [1394 

Catalogue of the officers and members of the Peucinian Society, 
Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Me. 1843. Press of Joseph Griffin. 
n. p. n. d. (Brunswick, 1843.) 8vo. pp. 40. [1395 

Catalogue of the Athensean Society of Bowdoin College. Institu- 
ted MDCCCXVII. Incorporated MDCCCXXVIII. Brunswick: 
Press of Joseph Griffin. 1844. 8vo. pp. 39. [1396 

Catalogue of the Peucinian Society of Bowdoin College. Press of 
J. Griffin. Brunswick. 1846. 8vo. pp. 48. [1397 

Catalogue of the Athenian Society of Bowdoin College. Institu- 
ted MDCCCXVII. Incorporated MDCCCXXVIII. Press of Jo- 
seph Griffin. Brunswick. 1847. 8vo. pp. 44. [1398 

Catalogue of the Fraternity of <i>. B. K., Alpha of Maine, Bowdoin 

College, Brunswick. 1849. J. Griffin's Press. Brunswick. 8vo. 

pp. 19. [1399 

Catalogue of the Peucinian Society of Bowdoin College. 1849. 

n. p. n. d. (Brunswick: Press of Joseph Griffin.) 8vo. pp. .53. 

[1400 
Catalogue of the Atheniean Society of Bowdoin College. 18.50. 

8vo. pp. 46. [1401 

Catalogue of the Peucinian Society of Bowdoin College. 1852. 
n. d. n. p. (Brunswick: Press of Griffin. 18.52.) 8vo. pp. 61. [1402 

Athenaean Society, 1853. Bowdoin College, n. d. (1853.) n. p. 
(Waldron & Moore, Printers, Brunswick.) Svo. pp. 64. [1403 

This contains a historical sketch of the society. 

Catalogue of the Peucinian Society of Bowdoin College, 185.5. n. d. 
n. p. (1855. Brunswick: Press of J. Griffin.) 8vo. pp. 66. [1404 

Athenaean Society, Bowdoin College. 1856. n. d. n. p. (Bruns- 
wick: Printed by Joseph Griffin.) 8vo. pp. 68. [1405 
Prefaced by a historical sketch of the society. 

Catalogue of the Peucinian Society of Bowdoin College. 1858. 
n. p. (Lewiston: Printed at the Journal Office, 8vo. pp. 71. [1406 

Catalogue of the Peucinian library, Bowdoin College, 1859. Lew- 
iston: Printed at the Journal Office. 1859. 8vo. pp. 86. [1407 

Catalogue of the Fraternity of <!>. B. K., Alpha of Maine, Bowdoin 
College, Brunswick. 1860. Brunswick: Published by J. Griffin. 
8vo. pp. 32. [1408 

Catalogue of the Athenaean library, Brunswick: J. Griffin, 1861. 
Svo. pp.86. [1409 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 173 

Catalogue of the Fraternity of Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha, of Maine, 
Bowdoin College, Brunswick. 1888. Printed at the Journal Of- 
fice, Lewiston. 8vo. pp. 77. [1410 
Prefaced by a historical sketch written by Prof. H. L. Chapman. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Observations of an eclipse of the sun at, June 16, 1806. Am. Phil. 

Soc. Proc. 6: 275. [1411 

Keport of the committee appointed to settle the accounts of the 

college treasurers. Portland: From the Gazette Press, n. d. 

[1809.) Svo. pp. 13. [1412 

Sketch of Class of 1810. See Page, Robert, 

Meteorological observations at, 1808-11. See Cleaveland, Parker. 
" Bowdoin College. " Gen. Repos. and Review. 2:186. (1812.) 

[1413 

An account of the addition to the library under the bequest of the Hon. 
James Bowdoin. 

Laws of Bowdoin College. Hallowell: Printed by E. Goodale. 
1817. Svo. pp. 29. [1414 

Statutes of the Medical School of Maine : enacted by the trustees 
and overseers of Bowdoin College, Sept. 5, 1820. Brunswick: 
Printed by J. Griffin. 1821. 24mo. pp. 8. [1415 

Catalogue of the library of Bowdoin College, in Brunswick, Me. 
Brunswick: Printed by Joseph Griffin. 1821. 8vo. pp. 120. [1416 

Catalogue of the library of the Medical School of Maine, at Bow- 
doin College. February, 1823. Brunswick: Joseph Griffin, 
Printer. Svo. pp. 24. [1417 

Appendix to the catalogue of the Medical library of Bowdoin Col- 
lege, December, 1823. Brunswick: Joseph Griffin, Printer. 1S23. 
Svo. pp. 16. 1418 

Laws of Bowdoin College, in the state of Maine, Brunswick: 
Printed by Joseph Griffin. 1824. Svo. pp. 30. [1419 

Laws of Bowdoin College, in the state of Maine. Brunswick: 
Printed by Joseph Griffin. 1825. Svo. pp. 28. [1420 

Catalogue of the library of the Medical School of Maine, at Bow- 
doin College, February, 1825. Brunswick: Joseph Griffin, 
Printer. 1825. Svo. pp. 82. [1421 

Fanshawe: a tale connected with. 1828. See Hawthorne, Na- 
thaniel. 

Acts relative to Bowdoin College, and the standing rules and orders 
of the overseers of the college, n. p. n. d. Svo. (pp. 16.) [1422 

Catalogue of the library of the Medical School of Maine, at Bowdoin 
College, February, 1830. Printed at the Bowdoin Press by J. 
Griffin. 1830. Svo. pp. 84. [1423 

Engraving of. 1830. See Austin, George L. 



174 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

BowDOiN College, Continued. 

Papers relating to the powers of the corporation of Bowdoin 
College. Brunswick: J. Griffin. 1831. 8vo. pp. 16. [1424 

Laws of Bowdoin College, in the state of Maine. Brunswick : Press 
of Joseph Griffin. 1832. 8vo. pp. 30. [1425 

The Opinion of Judge Story in the case of William Allen vs. Joseph 
McKeen, treasurer of Bowdoin College: also proceedings of the 
Board of Trustees. Augusta, 1834. 8vo. pp. 30. [1426 

Catalogue of the library of the Medical School of Maine, at Bowdoin 
College, February, 1834. Brunswick: Press of J. Griffin. 1834. 
Svo. pp. 73. [1427 

Account of life in. 1834-38. See Hamlin, Cyrus. 

Historical Sketch of. 1835. See Packard, Alpheus S. 

Life at. (1835.) See Abbott, Jacob. 

May training at. 1836. See Keed, Thomas B. 

Sketch of. Am. Mag. 3:215. (1837.) (Engrav.) [1428 

Laws of Bowdoin College in the state of Maine. Brunswick: Press 
of Joseph Griffin. 1837. Svo. pp. 30. [1429 

Keunion Class of 1837. Bowdoin College, June 22, 1887. n. p. n. d- 
8vo. pp. 21. [1430 

Fraternally Inscribed to the Class of '39 (Bowdoin College, 1869), 
" excudebat Josephus Griffin." 12mo. pp. 12. (A poem.) [1431 

Bowdoin Poets, 1840. (Also 1845 and 1857.) See Weston, Edward 

P. 
Annual Circular of Medical School. 1842. 

Laws of Bowdoin College in the state of Maine. Brunswick: Press 
of J. Griffin. 1S44. Svo. pp. 30. [1432 

Kecord of the Class of '44, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Me. Law- 
rence: Geo. S. Merrill & Co. Printers, No. 234 Essex Street. 1870. 
Svo. pp. 44. Being reports of six meetings from 1847-69. [1433 

Class of '44, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Me. Reports of meetings, 
1870 and 1871. Lawrence, Mass. : Geo. S. Merrill & Co. Steam 
Book Printers. 1872. Svo. pp. 15. [1434 

Class of '44, Bowdom College, Brunswick, Me. Report of meetings, 
1872, 1873 and 1874. Lawrence, Mass.: Geo S. Merrill & Crocker, 
Printers. 1875. Svo. pp. 34. [1435 

Record of the Class of 1846. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 
1872. Svo. pp. 12. [1436 

A nnual Circular of the Medical School of Maine, at Bowdoin College. 
Course of 1846. Press of Joseph Griffin. Brunswick. Svo. pp. 8. 

[14.37 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 175 

Mathematical Paper. Junior class, Bowdoin College. 1846. n. p. 

n, d. 8vo. pp. 12. [1438 

The Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the Class of 1848. July 8, 1873, 

Printed for the members of the class. 8vo. pp. 19. [1439 

The Twenty-fifth and Thirty-fifth Anniversaries of the Class of 
1848. July 8, 1873, and July 11, 1883. Printed for the members of 
the class. Boston: Alfred Mudge & Son, Printers, 24 Franklin 
Street. 1884. 8vo. pp. 44. [1440 

Class of 1848. Reunion, June 27, 1888. n. p. n. d. pp. (45-49.) 

[1441 

To the Friends and Patrons of Bowdoin College, n. p. (Brunswick.) 
n. p. (1848.) Svo. pp. 8. [1442 

Contains a declaration of members of the Boards of Trustees and Over- 
seers, recognizing the position of the college as Orthodox Congregational. 

[1443 

Annual Circular of the Medical School of Maine, at Bowdoin College, 

Course of 1848. Press of Joseph Griffin. Brunswick. Svo. pp. 8. 

[1444 
Annual Circular of the Medical School of Maine, at Bowdoin College. 

Course of 1849. Press of Joseph Griffin. Brunswick. Svo. pp.8. 

[1445 
Engraving of the College. 1849. See Sears, Robert. 
Class of 1849. Anniversary. 1884. See Cothren, ISTathaniel. 
Charter of Bowdoin College, together with the various acts of the 

Legislature, and the decision of the Circuit Court, and the by-laws 

of the overseers. Brunswick : Printed by J. Griffin. 1850. Svo. 

pp. 60. [1446 

Laws of Bowdoin College, Brunswick: Press of J. Griffin. 1850. 

Svo. pp. 30. [1447 

Laws of Bowdoin College. Brunswick: Press of J. Griffin. 1853. 

Svo. pp. 30. [1448 

Class of 18.53. See Wheeler, W. A. 
Laws of Bowdoin College, in the state of Maine. Brunswick : Press 

of J. Griffin. 1855. Svo. pp. 30. [1449 

Account of, with engravings. 1855. See Duyckinck, Evert A. 

Annual Announcement of the Medical School of Maine, at Bowdoin 

College. Course of 1855. Press of J. Griffin. Brunswick. Svo. 

pp. 8. [14.50 

Sketch of Bowdoin College, (with engraving). 1857. See " Our 

Colleges." 
Rules and Regulations relating to several laws of Bowdoin College. 

n. p. n. d. (Brunswick, 1858.) Svo. pp. 31-37. [1451 



176 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

BowDOiN College, Continued. 

Statutes of the Medical School of Maine, enacted by the trustees 
and overseers of Bowdoin College, with the regulations established 
by the faculty of medicine, including the regulation of the 
medical library. Press of J. Griffin, Bookseller to the College. 
1858. 8vo. pp. 8. [1452 

Meteorological Journal at. 1806-58. See Cleaveland, Parker. 

History of Class of 1860. See Burbank, H. H. 

Annual Announcement of the Medical School of Maine, at Bowdoin 

College. Course of 1861. Brunswick Telegraph Press. 1860. 

12mo. pp. 8. [1453 

Triennial Report of the Class of 1861. Bowdoin College. Augusta: 
Printed at the Kennebec Journal Office. 1864. 12mo. pp. 28. 

[1454 
Questions upon the Old Testament History, including the Cam- 
bridge (Eng.) examination papers. For the use of the students 
of Bowdoin College. Press of J. Griffin. (1862.) 8vo. pp. 22. 

[1455 
Bowdoin Alumni Resident in Portland, 1862. Privately printed, 

[1456 
History, Class 1862. -See Hill, Frank A. 

Catalogue of the library of Bowdoin College: to which is added an 
index of subjects. Brunswick: Printed for the college. MDCCC- 
LXIII., 8vo. pp. pp. vi, 832. (From the Press of Joseph Griffin.) 

[1457 

Laws of Bowdoin College. 1863. [1458 

Reunion of the Class of 1864. Bowdoin College, June 27, 1889. 
12mo. pp. 11. [1459 

Contains a poem by J. H. Woods. 

College Roll of Honor. Reprinted from the adjutant general's re- 
port, for 1864-65. (Augusta,) May, 1867. 8vo. pp. 36. [1460 
It comprises pp. 495 to 520 of the above report, which states that Prof, 
Packard was the compiler. 

Roll of Honor. List of members of Bowdoin College, who have 
served in the U. S. army or navy during the war of the rebellion. 
Brunswick: Printed for the benefit of the soldiei's' memorial fund. 
1865. 8vo. pp. 12. [1461 

Medical School of Maine, at Bowdoin College. Course of 1865, com- 
mencing February 24. Brunswick : A. G. Tenney, Printer. 1864. 
8vo. pp. 16. [1462 

Medical School of Maine, at Bowdoin College. Course of 1866. 
Commencing February 23, Brunswick: Press of J. Griffin. 1865 
Svo. pp, 16. [1463 



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Patriotic Eecoi'd of. 1806. See Thompson, J. H. 

Medical School of Maine, at Bowdoin College. Course of 1867 

Commencing February 21. Brunswick: From the Press of J. 

Griffin. 1866. Svo. pp. 16. [1464 

Necrology of. 1868. See Hoyt, Albert H. 

Medical School of Maine, at Bowdoin College. Course of 1868. 
Commencing February 20. Brun.swick: Joseph Griffin. 1867. 
8vo. pp. 16. [1465 

Laws of Bowdoin College. Brunswick: Joseph Griffin. 1868. 8vo. 
pp. 24. [1466 

Medical School of Maine, at Bowdoin College. Course of 1869. 
Commencing February 18. Brunswick: Joseph Griffin. 1868. 
8vo. pp. 15. [1467 

Eeport to the Association of Bowdoin Alumni in Boston and its 
vicinity. 1869. Cambridge: Printed at the Riverside Press. 1869. 
Svo. pp. 20. [1468 

Medical School of Maine, at Bowdoin College. Course of 1870. 
Commencing February 17, Brunswick: Joseph Griffin. 1869. 
8vo. pp. 15. [1469 

Catalogue of the Bowdoin collection of paintings, Bowdoin College 
Brunswick : Joseph Griffin. 1870. 12mo. pp. 22. [1470 

Necrology of. 1867-70. -See Packard, A. S. 

Sketch of. Hist. 3Iag. 2d ser. 8: 371. (1870.) [1471 

From the Salem Gazette, under the signature of " Gris." 
Medical School of Maine, at Bowdoin College. Course of 1871. 

Commencing February 16. Brunswick: November, 1870. Svo. pp. 

4. (Reverse) Journal Steam Press, Lewiston. [1472 

Sketch of. O. & N. 4:112. (1871.) [1473 

First Annual Reunion of the Bowdoin Alumni Association of New 

York. At Delmouico's, January 19, 1871. Reported by M. J. 

Kelly, Stenographer. 
Illustrated by eight steel engravings from the forthcoming history of the 

college, by N. Cleaveland, LL. D. 

New York: 1871. Svo. pp. 71. [1474 

Medical School of Maine, at Bowdoin College. Course of 1872. 

Commencing February 15. (Reverse) Brunswick. November. 1871. 

Journal Steam Press, Lewiston. Svo. pp. 4. [1475 

Regulations for the interior police and discipline of the Bowdoin 
cadets. Brunswick: J. Griffin. 1872. Svo. pp. 8. [1476 

Medical School of Maine, at Bowdoin College. Course of 1873. 
Commencing January 9. (Reverse.) Brunswick, July 1872. Bruns- 
wick Telegraph Air Power Job Press. Svo. pp. 4. [1477 
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178 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

BowDOiN College, Continued. 

Catalogue of the names and residences of the alumni of Bowdoin 
College, living November, 1872. n. t. p. (Salem, Mass. 1872.) 
8vo. pp. 12. [1-178 

Keport of the Alumni Association of Bowdoin College, 1873. Salem: 
Printed at the Observer Office, 1873. 8vo. pp. 17. [1479 

The committee was William D. Northend, William L. Putnam, and Jotliam 
B. Sewall. 

The Memorial Hall of Bowdoin College: its history and present 
state of advancement, n. d. n. p. (1873.) 8vo. pp. 3. [1480 

Report of Joseph Titcomb, John M. Brown and J. B. Sewall, building com- 
mittee. 

Necrology of. 1870-73. Brunswick: 1873. 8vo. pp. 12. [1481 

Tales connected with. The Whispering Pine Series. 1871-73. See 
Kellogg, Elijah. 

Laws of Bowdoin College. Brunswick: Joseph Griffin. 1873. 8vo. 
pp. 23. [1482 

Class of 1875, History. See Hatch, William E. 

Studies introductory to a course of lectures on Materia Medica. 
Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine, n. d. 8vo. pp. 8. [1483 

Bowdoin College Engineering Department. 1875. Brunswick, Me. 
Journal Press, Lewiston. n. d. 12mo. pp. 16. [1484 

*■ Kegulations of Bowdoin College, 1875. Brunswick Telegraph Print- 
ing Office. 1875. [1485 

Poem at. 1875. " Morituri Salutamus." See Longfellow, H. W. 

Songs of Bowdoin. 

" Old Bowdoin, regal on her plains : 
Proud, fair, peerless for aye." 

Published by an association of Bowdoin Students. Stereotyped and 
Printed by J. Frank Giles, 3 Court Avenue, Boston. Coyprighted 
in 1875, by Arlo Bates. Sm. 4to. pp. 40. [1486 

Medical School of Maine, at Bowdoin College. 57th course. Com- 
mencing February 15, 1877. Brunswick: A. G. Tenney, Printer. 
1876. 8vo. pp. 8. [1487 

Sketch of. 1876. See Packard, George T. 

Publications of the Presidents and Faculty of Bowdoin College. 
1802-76. Brunswick: A. G. Tenney, Printer. 1876. 8vo. pp. 35. 

[1488 

Charter of Bowdoin College, together with various Acts of the 
Legislature: also an abstract of the decisions of the Circuit Court, 
important votes of the Boards, and the by-laws of the overseers. 
Brunswick: A. G. Tenney, Printer. 1876. 8vo. pp. 31. [1489 

Necrology of. Bowdoin College. Brunswick: A. G Tenney, 
Printer. 1877. Svo. pp. 19. [1490 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 179 

Class of 1877. Bowdoin College. Triennial Record. 1880. -See 
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Class of '77. Bowdoin. Class record. Quinquennial supplement. 
1880-82. See Chapman, John E. 

Class of '77. Record, No. 3. Decennial report. 1887. See Chap- 
man, John E. 

Historical Sketch of. 1878. See Richardson, Charles F. 

Medical School of Maine at Bowdoin College. 58th course. Com- 
mencing February 14, 1878. Brunswick: Telegraph Printing 
Office. 1879. 8vo. pp. 10, [1491 

History Class of 1878. See Purington, George C. 

Bowdoin Class of '78-. Decennial history. 1888. See Purington, 

George C. 
Bowdoin College. Class of 1879. Decennial reunion. June 27, 

1889. (No imprint.) 8vo. pp. 23. [1492 
Bowdoin 'SO. Triennial Catalogue of the Class of 1880, Bowdoin 

College, Brunswick, Me. June, 1883. 8vo. pp. 9. [1493 

Art Treasures of. 1880. See Varney, George J. 

Biographical Sketches of the Class of 1880. Decennial reunion. 

1890. See Conant, F. O. 

Triennial Catalogue of the Class of 1881-84. See Wheelwright, 
John O. P. 

Special Circular of the Academic Department of Bowdoin College, 
Sept. 1881. The extraordinary call for information concerning 
the college having exhausted the supply of the last edition of 
the catalogue, this circular is printed to meet the immediate de- 
mand in anticipation of the annual catalogue. Brunswick: 
Telegraph Printing Office. 1881. 8vo. pp. 16. [1494 

Class of 1881. Decennial catalogue. (1891.) See Payson, Henry 
S. 

Reminiscences of. 1881. See Packard, Alpheus S. 

Longfellow as a student and professor at. 1882. See Packard, 
Alpheus S. 

Medical School of Maine at Bowdoin College. 62nd course, com- 
mencing February 9tli, 1882. Brunswick: Telegraph Printing 
Office. 1881. 8vo. pp. 12. [1495 

Account of the Art Gallery. 1882. See Koehler, S. R. 

History of. 1882. <See Cleaveland, Nehemiah, and Packard, Al- 
pheus S. 

Medical School of Maine at Bowdoin College. 63d course. Com- 
mencing February 8th, 1883. Brunswick: Telegraph Printing 
Office. 1882. 8vo. pp. 12. [1496 



180 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

BowDoiN College, Continued. 

Articles of Agreement between the Faculty and Students of Bow- 
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1883. Berry, Pr., Portland, lOmo. pp. 12. [1497 

Medical School of Maine at Bowdoin College. G4tli course, com- 
mencing February 7th, 1884. Brunswick: Telegraph Printing 
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Regulations. 1S83. n. p. 16mo. pp. 13. [1499 

Regulations. 1884. (Xo imprint.) 16mo. pp. 15. [1500 

Medical School of Maine, at Bowdoin College. 65th course, com- 
mencing February 5th, 1885. Brunswick Telegraph Press. 1884. 
Svo. pp. 12. [1501 

Report of librarian. 1885. See Little, George T. 

Catalogue of the Bowdoin College art collections. Part I. 
The Bowdoin Drawings. Brunswick: 1885. Sq. 8vo. pp. 52. 

[1502 

Necrology of Bowdoin College. July, 1875-July, 1881. Svo. pp. 
18. [1503 

Bowdoin College library, Brunswick, Maine. Rules. (No imprint.) 
1885. IGmo. pp. 4. [1504 

Additions, 1888. 

Report of librarian. 1886. See Little, George T. 

Memorial of Alpheus Spring Packard. 1886. See Little, George 
T. 

Bowdoin College Regulations. 1887. (Xo imprint.) 16mo. pp. 15. 

[1505 

Medical School of Maine at Bowdoin College. 66th course, com- 
mencing February 4th, 1886. Brunswick: Brunswick Telegraph 
Press. 1885. Svo. pp. 10. [1506 

Medical School of Maine at Bowdoin College, G7th course, com- 
mencing February od, 1887. Brunswick: Telegraph Printing 
Office. 1886. Svo. pp. 10. [1507 

Medical School of Maine at Bowdoin College. 6Sth course, com- 
mencing February 9th, 1888. Brunswick: Telegraph Printing 
Press. 1887. Svo. pp. 10. [1508 

Medical School of Maine at Bowdoin College. 69th course, com- 
mencing February 7th, 1889. Brunswick: Telegraph Job Press. 
1888. Svo. pp. 10. [1509 

Class of 1887. Composite photographs of members. 1887. See 
Stoddard, J. T. 

Additions and Corrections to the history of Bowdoin College. 1807. 

Svo. pp. 906 to 933. [1510 

By Prof. G. T. Little. The pagination is continued from that of the history. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 181 

Annual Report of the librarian of Bowdoin College, for the year 
ending June 1, 1887. n. p. (Brunswick), n. d. (1887.) 8vo. pp. 8. 

[1511 

Annual Report of the librarian of Bowdoin College for the year 
ending June 1, 1«S8. n. p. (Brunswick), n. d. (1888.) 8vo. pp.S. 

[1512 

Report of a committee of the overseers of Bowdoin College, on a 
proposition to amend the charter of the college. (No imprint.) 
8vo. pp. 11. [1513 

Annual Report of the librarian of Bowdoin College, for the year 
ending June 1st, 1889. n. p. (Brunswick) n. d. (1889.) 8vo. pp. 8. 

[4514 

History of the Bowdoin Alumni Association of Boston and Vicin- 
ity. 1868-87. Compiled by Frank V. Wright, Arthur T. Parker 
and Frank Kimball. Salem: Printed at the Salem Press. 1888. 
4to. pp. 128. [1515 

Provisional List of students and alumni of Bowdoin College who 
served in the war for the Union. (No imprint.) 8vo. pp. 11. 

[1.516 

Statement of the reasons of the Medical Faculty of Bowdoin Col- 
lege for desiring the removal of the medical department from 
Brunswick to Portland. (No imprint.) Svo. pp. 7. [1517 

Obituary Record of the graduates of Bowdoin College, and the Med- 
ical School of Maine, for the year ending June 1, 1890, including 
the record of a few not reported in the general catalogue, 1889. 
(No. 1, second series), Brunswick, Maine. Published by the Col- 
lege. Svo. pp. 27. [1518 

Same for year ending 1st June, 1891. (No. 2, second series.) n. p. 
n. d, (Brunswick, 1891.) Svo. pp. 32. [1519 

Bowdoin College Regulations. 1890. (No imprint.) 16mo. pp. 14 

[1520 

Annual Report of the librarian of Bowdoin College, for the year 
ending June 1, 1890. n. d., (I860,) n. p. (Brunswick.) Svo. pp. 8. 

[1521 

The Teaching and History ofjMathematics. 1890. See Cajon, Florian. 
Medical School of Maine at Bowdoin College. 71st Course. Com- 
mencing February 5th, 1891. Brunswick: Telegraph Job Press. 

1890. [1522 

PERIODICALS. 

The Escritoir, by Oliver Dactyle. Nov. 1826 to May, 1827. Brunswick, 
1827. [1523 

BoAvdoin Portfolio. MDCCCXXXIX. Conducted by the under- 
graduates of Bowdoin College. Brunswick, Press of J. Griffin. 
(April, 18.39 to Dec. 1839. pp. 248.) [1524 



182 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

BowDOiN College, Continued. 

The Bowdoin Scientific Review, a fortnightly journal. Brunswick, 

Me. 15 Feb. 1870 to 13 Feb. 1872. [1,525 

Bowdoin Bugle. No. 1, July, 18-58 tolS'o. IS, Nov. 1866. [1526 

The Bugle. Xo. 19, June, 1867. Folio. No. 46, 1891. Published 

annually. [1527 

Bowdoin Orient. No. 1. April, 1871. Still published. [1528 

Bowdoin Family. 

Address on. 1849. See Winthrop, Robert C. 

Bowdoin, James. 1752-1811. Diplomatist, Boston. 

Eulogy on. 1812. See Jenks, William. 
BowDOiNHAM. Incorpoi'ated 1762. 

Revival of Religion. 1798. Sfee "Brief Account" ; also Woodward, 
William W. 

Discourse on Purrington Murder. 1806. See Merritt. T. 

.Sermon, 1827. See Cobb, Sylvanus. 

Bank Robbery at. Report of trial for. 1806. See Pulsifer, Josiah 

D. 

Memorial of Rev. Isaac Case. 1877. See Burrage, Henry S. 

Centennial Review of Association. 1887. See Small, Edwin S. 

BOWEN, Al5EL. 

A New and Correct Plan of Portland, Maine. Drawn and engraved 
by Abel Bowen. 1823. [1.529 

BowEx, William H., D. D. Clei-gyman, Lewiston. 

Memoir of George T. Day, D. D., minister and editor: 1846-75. By 
William H. Bowen, D. D., Dover, N. H.: Freewill Baptist Print- 
ing Establishment. 1876. 12mo. pp. 431 [1530 

BowERBANK. Incorporated 1839 

Historical Account. 1880. See Loring, Amasa. 
Bowers, Benjamin, Lowell. 1886. See Portei-, J. W. 

Bowers, James. Clergyman, Gardiner, 1796-1802. 

A Discourse on the occasion of the death of General George Wash 

ington, delivered in the St. Ann's church, Pittston, on Saturday. 

22nd February, 1800. Published at the request of the Wardens 

and Vestry of the Episcopal Parish in said town. Hallowell, (Me). 

E. Goodale. 1800. 8vo. pp. 18. [1531 
Sermons on various subjects, chiefly moral. By James Bowers 

of Fi-amingham, Mass. 

Pure religion and undetiletl before God and the Father is this: to 

visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction; and to keep himself 

unspotted from the world. James. 

Hallowell: Printed by S. K. Gilman, 1820. 8vo. pp. 310. [1532 



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BowKEK, Cybx'S, M. D. 1824-65. Physician, Raymond, Aubui'u. 

Obituary Notice of. 1866. -See Harris, N. C. 
Bowles Family of Macliias. 1889. See Porter, J. W. 
Bowles, Ralph Hart. Macliias. 

Memorial of. 1873. See Drake, Francis S. 
Bowman, Jonathan. 1735-1804. Pownalborough. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Bowman, Thomas. 1774-1837. Lawyer, Augusta. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1863. -See Willis, William. 

(The) Boy Patriot. By the author of "The Blue Flag," "Cheerily, 

Cheerily", etc. "He will help them that fear the Lord, both small 

and great." Published by the American Tract Society, 150 

Nassau Street, New York. n. d. (Copyright 1863.) 16mo. pp. 180. 

(Illus.) [1.533 

The scene is partially laid in "Fairport, on the coast of Maine," 

BoYD, James. 

Deposition concerning north-eastern boundary. 1798. -See Win- 
slow, Edward. 

Boyd, William. 1745-1829. Bangor. 

Sketch of. (1886.) -See Williamson, W. D. 
Boynton, Abel. 178-3-1817. Lawyer, Bath. 

Memoir of the late Abel Boynton, Esq., of Bath, Maine, consul of 
the U. S. for the island of Curacoa. Panoplist, 13: 186. (1817.) 

[15.34 
Biographical Sketch of. 1863. -See Willis, William. 

Boynton, Henry. 

The World's Greatest Conflict. Review of France and America, 
1788 to 1880, and history of America and Europe 1800 to 1804. 
Boston: D. Lothrop Company, n. d. (Copyright, 1890.) 12mo. 
pp. 325. [1535 

Boynton, James C, M. D. 1808-75. Physician, Richmond. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1876. -See Horr, O. A. 

Boynton, John. 1801-76. Clergyman, Phipsburg, Wiscasset, 1827-64. 

Pastoral Address delivered before the Lincoln Conference at Wal- 

doboro, August 23, 1838. By Rev. John Boynton, of Phipsburg. 

Brunswick: Printed by Thomas W. Newman. 1838. 8vo. pp. 

17. [1536 

Brackett, Cyrus Foao, M. D., LL. D. b. Parsonsfield, 18:53. Profes- 
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Methods in Medical Education. Annual address before Maine 
Medical Association. Me. Med. Ass. Trans. 4: 220. (1872.) 

[1537 



184 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Brackett, Edward Augustus. b. Vassalboro, 1819. Sculptor, 
Boston. 
Twilight Hours: or leisure moments of an artist. Boston: Printed 
by Freeman and Bolles. 1845. 12mo. pp. 9.5. (Poems.) [1538 
Contains a poem entitled '■ The Kennebec." 

Brackett, George Emerson, h. 1838. Journalist, Belfast. 

Anchor Ice. No. Month. 1:129. (1864.) [1539 

A Handful of Spring Flowers. No. Month. 1:188. (1864). [1540 

Chrysalides. No. Month. 1 : 329. (1864.) [1541 

Farm Talk. A series of articles in the colloquial style, illustrating 

various common farm topics. By George E. Brackett, Belfast, 

Maine. Tracts for the people. No. 6. Boston: Lee & Shepard. 

1868. 16mo. pp. 130. [1542 
The same. New series, Second edition. Belfast: Brackett & Co., 

Publishers. 1881. 18mo. pp. 144. (Port, and Aut.) [1543 
Biographical Sketches of John H. Lynde, William W. Wheeler and 

William H. Simpson. 1886. See Maine Press Association. 

Biographical Sketch of William M. Rust. 1889. See same. 

Biographical Sketch of Joseph B. Hall. 1890. See same. 

Brackett, Thomas O. (or C.) and family, Brewer. 1890. See Porter, 
J. W. 

Bradbury, Mrs. Alice Williams. Portland. 

Discourse in memory of. 1885. See Bellows, John A. 

Bradbury, Albert Williams, b. 1840. Lawyer, Portland. 

Voyage to Labrador. University Q. 1:77. (1860.) [1544 

Bradbury, Albion, Keith Parris, M. D. 1822-1875. Physician, Hollis. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1876. See Horr, O. A. 

Bradbury, Bion. 1811-87. Lawyer, Portland. 

Letter from, at celebration birthday of Jefferson. 1859. See Jeffer- 
son, Thomas. 

Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

Sketch of. 1888. See Spaulding, Joseph W. 

Ancestry of. 1889. See American Ancesti-y. 

Bradbury, Charles. 1798-1864. Kennebunkport. 

History of Kennebunkport from its first discovery by Bartholomew 
Gosnold, May 14, 1602, to A. D. 1837. By Charles Bradbury. 
Kennebunk: Printed by James K. Remick. 1837. 18mo. pp. 300. 

[1.545 
The town authorized a subscription of rt\e hundred copies to be dis- 
tributed among the families. Noticed in Xo. Am. Rev. 47: :i59. (I1S37.) And 
in Am. Mo. Mag. 11 : 81. (183,S.) 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 185 

Transcript Copy of Early Court Eecords and Documents Relating to 

the Province of Maine. 1843-1845. See Maine. 

Bradbury Family. North Yarmouth. 1881. See Banks, Charles E. 

Bradbury, James Crockett, M. D. 1806-6.5. Physician, Oldtown. 
Biographical Sketch of. See Weston, J. C. 

Bradbury, James Ware, LL. D. Lawyer, b. Parsoufield, 1802. r. 

Augusta. 

On Territorial Governments. Speech in the U. S. Senate, July 26, 

1848. Appendix Congressional Globe, first session, 30th 

Congress, p. 1149. [1546 

On Removal from Office. Speech of Hon. James W. Bradbury, of 

Maine, delivered in the Senate of the United States, January 15, 
1850. n. p. (Washington.) n. d. (1850.) 8vo. pp. 15. [1547 

On his Substitute for Bill for Creating a Board of Accounts, em- 
bracing the lirovi.sions of the bill subsequently enacted, es- 
tablishing the Court of Claims. Speech in the Senate, May 1, 
1850. Cong. Globe. First session, 31st Cong., p. 922. [1548 

Speech of Hon. James W. Bradbury, of Maine, on the bill providing 

for the payment of claims for French spoiliations previous to the 
year 1852. Delivered in the Senate of the United States, Api-il 15, 
1852. Washington: Gideon & Co., Printers. 1852. 8vo. pp. 20. 

[1.549 

Letter to union meeting, Bangor. 1850. See Bangor. 

Memoir of Nathan Clifford. By James Ware Bradbury. Read 

before the Maine Historical Society, Portland, November 16, 1861. 

Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 9:235. (1887.) [1.550 
Letter on the seventy-fifth birthday of Henry W. Longfellow. 

1882. See Me. Hist. Soc. Proc. 
Remarks at celebration of eighty-fourth birthday of Professor 

Alpheus S. Packard. 1882. See Me. Hist. Soc. Proc. 

Biography of. 1885. See Maine Biog. Ency. 

Address upon Prof. A. S. Packard. 1SS5. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d 

ser. 2: 175. [1551 

Oration at semi-centennial celebration, Parsonfield, 1885. See Dear- 
born, J. W. 

Remarks at dedication Baxter Building, 1886. See Portland Public 

Library. 

Proceedings at dinner given to, on his eighty-fifth birthday. 1887. 

See Maine Historical Society. 

Ancestry of. 1889. See American Ancestry. 

Address at dedication new rooms of the Maine Historical Society, 

Feb. 2, 1881. Me. Hist. Coll. M ser. 1: 101. (1890.) [1.552 



186 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Bradbury, James Ware, LL. D., Continued. 

Biographical Sketch of,'with portrait. 1890. See Lapham, William 

B. 
James Loring Child. Read before the Maine Historical Society, 

Dec. 18, 1890. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d ser. 2:163. [1553 

Bradbury, James Ware, Jr. 1839-76. Lawyer. Augusta. 

Sketch of. Me. Biog. 2:89. (1876.) (Port.) [1554 

Bradbury, Maria. 

A Tribute to Maria Bradbury, who died at Alfred, February 28, 

1840, aged 14 years and 7 months. Massachusetts Sunday-school 

Society. 1841. 16mo. pp. 102. [1555 

Bradbury, Osgood. Lawyer. Xew Gloucester, Boston. 

Metallak : The lone Indian of the Magalloway. By the author of 
" The Empress of Beauty. " 

" Lo, the poor Indian! whose untutor'd mind, 
Sees God in clouds, or hears him in the wind. " 
Boston: Published by F. Gleason, 1^ Tremont Row. C. W. 
Child, Portland: David Bugbee, Bangor. 1844. Printed by J. N. 
Bradley ct Co., Mail Office, 14 & 16 State Street, sm. 4to. pp. 32. 

[15.56 

The Four Elders of Maine. Portland. (1856?) [1557 

After a single copy was printed, the publisher feared that the book might 
be libellous, and suppressed it. Although no names were mentioned, it 
was thought that the portraits would be too readily recognized. The stereo- 
type plates were destroyed in the Portland fire of 1866. 

Bradbury, Osgood Xathax, M. D., h. 1828. Physician, Norway. 
History of Forrest Lodge, No. 148, of Free and Accepted Masons, of 
Springfield, Maine, from July 4, A. D., 1868, to December 31, A. D. 
1869, by O. N. Bradbury, M. D., lodge historian. F. W. Drake, 
J. A. Larrabee, committee. Portland: Stephen Berry, 1872. 
12mo. pp. 15. [1558 

Bradbury, Theophilus. 1739-1803. Lawyer, Portland. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, Wm. 

Bradbury, Thomas. York. 

Descendants of. 1868. See Goodwin, William F. 

Descendants of. 1890. .See Lapham, William B. 

Bradford, Alden, LL. D. 1765-1843. Clergyman, r. Wiscasset, 
1793-1812. 
Two Sermons upon the doctrines, character and kingdom of Christ, 
delivered in the First Parish in Cambridge, December 28, 1794. 
Published by request of the hearers. Printed by Samuel Hall, 
No. 53 Cornhill, Boston. 1795. 8vo. pp. 31. [1559 



^ BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 187 

-A Discourse delivered at Hallowell, at the opening of the academy 
in tliat place, May 5, 1795. By Alden Bradford, A. M., S. H. S., 
pastor of the church inPownalborongh. Printed by Wait, Robin- 
son and Baker, at the Hook, Hallowell. MDCCCXCV. 12mo. pp. 
5-23. [1560 

-Two Sermons delivered in Wiscasset (Pownalborough), on the Oth 
of May, 1798, which the President of the United States had pre- 
viously appointed to be religiously observed as a day of humilia- 
tion and prayer throughout the Union. By Alden Bradford, A. M., 
minister of the Christian Congregational society in that place. 
Wiscasset: Printed by Henry Hoskins & John W. Scott. 1798. 
8vo. pp. 17, (1). [1561 

-An Eulogy in commemoi-ation of the " Sublime virtues " of General 
George Washington, late President of the United States, who 
died December 14, 1799; Pronounced in Wiscasset, February 22d, 
1800. Agreeable to the recommendation of Congress. By Alden 
Bradford, A. M., S. H. S. Wiscasset: Printed by Henry Hoskins, 
1800. Svo. pp. 16. [1562 

-A Sermon delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Nathan Tilton, to 
the pastoral care of the church and society in the Second Parish 
in Scarborough, December 10, 1800. By Alden Bradford, A. M., 
S. H. S., pastor of the Christian society at Pownalborough. Ports- 
mouth, N. H.: Printed at the United States Oracle Office, by 
Charles Pierce. 1801. Svo. pp. 24. [1563 

-D escription of Wiscasset and of tlie River Sheepscot. Mass. Hist. 
Soc. Coll. 7: 163. (1801.) [1564 

-An Oration pi-onounced at Wiscasset, on the Fourth of July, 1804, 
in commemoration of American Independence. By Alden Bradford. 
Wiscasset: Printed by Babson & Rust. 1804. Svo. title page, pp. 
5-19. [1565 

-Sermon at Plymouth. December 21, 1804. With notes. Boston: 
1805. Svo. pp. 24. [1566 

-A Sermon delivered before the Congregational society of Thomas- 
ton, (Maine), November 2, 1806: being the Lord's Day after the 
iristerment of the Hon. Henry Knox, who died, October 25th iEtat 
56 years. By Alden Bradford, A. M., S. H. S. Published by re- 
quest of the inhabitants comprising said society in Thomaston. 

" Behold the Lord doth take away the mighty man, the man of war, the 
honorable man, the counsellor and the eloquent orator." Isaiah. 

Printed by Babson & Rust. n.[d. n. p. (Wiscasset.) Svo. pp. 16. 

[1567 

-Relation of Rescue of Two Men near Wiscasset. 1806. See Harris, 
Tbaddeus M. 



188 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Bradford, Aldex, LL. D., Continued. 

An Address delivered at the opening of the academy, in Wiscasset 

(Maine), November 16, 1807. By Alden Bradford, A. M. S. H. S. 
Wiscasset: T. Lorins, Printer. 1S08. 16mo. pp. 14. [ir>68 

An Oration delivered at Wiscasset, July 4th, A. D., 1808: the an- 
niversary of American Independence. By Alden Bradford, Esq. 
Hallowell: From the Press of N. Cheever. 1808. 8vo. pp. 20. 

[1569 

An Address delivered before the Wiscasset Female Asj'lum, October 

8, 1811. Being their first public meeting after the act of incor- 
poration. By Alden Bradford. Hallowell: Printed by X. Cheever. 
1811. Svo. pp. 15, (1). [1570 

Human Learning Favorable to True Religion: but the transen- 

dental theory hostile to the Christian revelation. An address 
delivered before the society of <l>. B. K. in Bowdoin College, Sept- 
ember 2, 1S41. By Alden Bradford, LL. D. A member of the 
first Board of Trustees of that seminary. Boston: Published by 
S. G. Simpkins. 1841. 8vo. pp. 52. [1571 

On the occasion of this address, the opening prayer was made by the Rev. 
Hezeklah Packard, D. D., a college associate of the orator, a soldier of the 
Revolution, and a much respected citizen. Both were long past their prime, 
but each retained in a remarkable degree his intellectual powers. Their 
appearance in the pulpit side by side was an affecting sight, and never for- 
gotten by tlie large audience. 

Biographical Xotices of distinguished men in Xew England: 

statesmen, patriots, physicians, lawyers, clergymen and me- 
chanics. By Alden Bradford, LL. D. Member of the Massachu- 
setts Historical Society; Corresponding Member of the Ameri- 
can Historical Society; of Hist. Soc. of Xew York, Penn., and 
Georgia; and of Xat. Int. of Science, at Washington. Boston: 
Published according to Act of Congress, by S. G. Simpkins. 
J. G. Torrey, Printer. 1842. 12mo. pp. 464. [1572 

Contains notices of the following from Maine: Dr. Samuel Adams, Bath; 
Rev. Jesse Appleton, Brunswick; C^en. David Cobb, Gouldsborough ; Enoch 
Freeman, Portland; Moses Hemmenway, Wells; Gen. Henry Knox, 
Thomaston; Gen. "William Lithgow, Georgetown: Rev. Joseph McKeen, 
Brunswick; Prentiss Mellen, LL.D., Portland; Sir William Pepperrell, 
Kittery; Jeremiah Powell, North Yarmouth; Gen. .Tedediah Preble, Port- 
land; Commodore Edward Preble, Portland; David Sewall, LL. D., York; 
Maj. Samuel Sewall, York; Benjamin Vaughan, LL. D., Hallowell; Richard 
Vines, Saco; Gen. Peleg Wadsworth, Hiram. 

Bradford, Fanxy S. 

Crystal Drops, by Fanny S. Bradford. Yarmouth: I. C. Well- 
come. 18mo. pp. 96. [l')73 

Bradford, H. S. 

Marriages in Xorth Yarmouth. 1837-44. Me. Rec. 3:30. (1887.) 

[1.574 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 189 

Bradford, William. 1590-1657. 

History of Plymouth Plantation. By William Bradford, the sec- 
ond governor of the colony. Now first printed from the original 
manuscript. Boston : Published for the Massachusetts Historical 
Society. 18.56. 8vo. pp. xix, (1), 476, (1). [1.575 

Comprised in Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. Vol. Ill, of the fourth series. 
Maine References. Augusta, (Cushnoc) trading house at (1628), 233; Aul- 
nay, Monsieur d', captures Penobscot (1635), 332; Bamariscove Islands, 
ships sent there to fish (1622), 114,131; pinnace wrecked tliere, "where 
ships used to ride, there being some ships already arrived out of England. " 
(1624), 156, 188; Goods brought there (1627), 210; Gorges, Sir Ferdinando, 
grant from (162'J), 251; project for making him governor of New England 
(1635), 528; Gorges, Robert, grant to, and government of (1C25), 148, 149; 
Kennebec, patent of, 221, 2C0, 261, 274, 291, 317, 353, (1828-1637) ; Hocking 
killed at, and the consequences (1634), 317; agreement concerning trade at 
(1638), 366; Machias, trading-house at, mentioned (1635), 336; Penobscot, 
Plymouth trading-house at (1630), 258; (1631), 279, 291; Edward Ashley at 
(1630), 269, 267, 274, 275, robbed by the French (1631), 293 (1635), 332: Girling's 
expedition to recover (1635), 333; Sagadahoc, shipwreck at (1627), 210; Samo- 
set, visits Plymouth (1621), 93. 

Bradish, Ebenezer. Lawyer, Hallowell. 

Biographical Sketch of. 186.3. See Willis, William. 

Bradlee, Caleb Davis, D. D. Clergyman, Boston. 

" Unveil the Bust. " Poem, iinniversary birthday of Longfellow . 
1885. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d ser. 2: 100. [1576 

Bradlee, Charles W. Clergyman, r. In Maine until 1886. 

Historical Sermon, delivered at the semi-centennial celebration of 
Methodism at Alfred, Maine, December 14th, 1879. By Kev. 
Charles W. Bradlee. With poem and letters read at the re-union 
on Wednesday evening, December 17. Bridgton: From the Press 
of H. S. Shorey. 1880. Svo. pp. 16. [1577 

Bradley. Incorporated 1834. 

Early Settlements in. See Porter, J. W. 
Petition from. 1817. Bang. H. M. 3:99. (1887.) [1578 

Bradley, Caleb. 1751-1861. Clergyman, Westbrook. 1799-1829. 
Parson Bradley's Journal. 1871. See Goold, William. 

Notice of. 1861. <S'ee Willis, William. 

Sketch of. 1886. See Cobb, Isaac. 

Reminiscences of. 1888. See Thwing, E. P. 

Bradley, G. P. U. S. N. 

Biographical Sketch of Alexander Eamsey, M. D., of Parsonfield. 
Me. Med. Ass. Trans. 8: 161. (1883.) [1579 



190 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Bradley, Samuel Ayer. 1774-1844. Lawyer, Fryeburg, Portland. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 
Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

Bradman, Arthlti. 

A Narrative of the extraordinary sufferings of Mr. Robert Forbes, 
his wife, and five children, during an unfortunate journey 
through the wilderness, from Canada to Kennebeck River in the 
year 1784: in which three of their children were starved to 
death. (Taken partly from their own mouths and partly from 
an imperfect journal; and published at their request.) By 
Arthur Bradman. Portland: Printed at Thomas Baker Wait's 
OfBce. MDCCXCI. Price, Nine Pence. 12mo. pp.^^g^ '2^3. [1580 

The same. Philadelphia. Printed by M. Carey. 1794. (Price Six 

Pence.) 12mo. pp. 13. (Added.) Narrative of captivating Mrs. 
Frances Scott, pp. 3. [1581 

Brady, Robert, Jr. 

Roster, etc., Co. D. 11th Me. Veterans. See Maxwell, Albert. 

Bragdon, Joseph H. 

Seaboard Towns: or traveller's guide book from Boston to Port- 
land; containing a description of the cities, towns and villages, 
scenery and objects of interest along the route of the Eastern 
Railroad and its branches, and the Portland, Saco, and Ports- 
mouth Railroad. Including historical sketches, legends, etc., 
with illustrations. Newbiiryport: Moulton & Clark. Boston: A. 
Williams & Co., and Brown, Taggard & Chase. Salem: D. B. 
Brooke & Brothers. Portland: George R. Davis c% Brother. 1857. 
16mo. pp. (iv), 204. [1582 

Bbagdo:n^, Joshua. 

Muster-roll of his company. 1775. See Stearns, Charles A. 

Brannaj^, Samuel, b Saco, 1819. Pioneer, California. 
Sketch of. 1889. See Hittell, J. S. 

Brastow Family. Wrentham, Mass. ; Orrington and Brewer. 1887. 
See Porter, J. W. 

Bkay, .Joux. Kittery. 1886. See Urummond, Josiah H. 

Bray, Oliver. 1776-1823. Lawyer, Portland. 

An Oration pronounced in the meeting house of the Second 
Society in Portland, at the request of Portland Lodge, of Ancient 
Masons, on the anniversary of St. John the Baptist, Jvme 24th, 
A. L. 5805. By Brother Oliver Bray, past-master of St. Albans 
Lodge, Guilford, Conn. Printed at Portland, for Adams & Jenks, 
1805. 12mo. pp. 32. [1583 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 191 

An Oration on music : pronounced at Fryeburg, before the Hans- 
Gram Musical Society, on the first anniversary, October 10, 1811. 
By Oliver Bray, Esq., an honorary member. Portland : Printed 
by Arthur Shirley. 1812. 8mo. pp. 21. [1584 

Bkeed, L. C. 

Hints about Business: a manual of business laws, customs, famil- 
iarly explained. Also, containing facsimile forms of bills of lad- 
ing, railroad receipts, inland foreign entry, bills of exchange, 
power of attorney, lease, notes, drafts, checks, receipts, bills, 
etc. Portland: Hoyt, Fogg & Breed, 1872. 12 mo. pp. 94. [1.58.5 

The same. Second edition. Portland: Hoyt, Fogg & Breed. 91 

Middle Street. 1873. IGmo. pp. 100. 

Bkemen. Incorporated 1828. See also Bristol. 
History. 1873. See Johnston, John. 

Breretox, John. English voyager. 

A Brief and True Kelation of the Discovery of the North Part of 
Virginia: being a most pleasant, fruitful and commodious soil; 
made this present year, 1602. by Capt. Bartholomew Gosnold, 
Capt. Bartholomew Gilbert, and divers other gentlemen, tlieir 
associates, by the permission of the honorable knight, Sir Walter 
Ealeigh, &c. Written by M. John Brereton, one of the voyage. 
Whereunto is annexed a treatise of M. Edward Hayes, containing 
important inducements for the planting in those parts, and find- 
ing a passage that way to the South Sea, and China: with divers 
instructions of special moment, newly added to this second 
impression. London: Impensis Geor. Bishop, 1602. 
Reprinted in Mass. Soc. Coll. 3d ser. 8: 83. (1843.) [1.586 

Gosnold first made land at York Harbor, May 14, 1602. There were two 
impressions of this tract in 1602 Tliree copies of the first are believed to 
exist. One is in the John Carter Brown Library at Providence. A copy 
brought £. 265 in 1886. The second impression contains twenty-four addi- 
tional pages of "Inducements," and a copy now in the Lenox Library, was 
sold at the Barlow auction, 1890, for $1125 

Brett, Martix. 1794-1863. Paris. 

Miscellany, containing a variety of anecdotes, religious exijeriences, 
&c., &c., entertaining and useful to serious Christians of every 
name, and especially to youth. Portland: Printed at the Mirror 
Office. 1825. 18mo. pp. 180. [1587 

Brewer. Incorporated 1812, from Orrington. -See also New Worcester. 
Head of families. 1776. See Penobscot River. 

Settlers in Prior to 1783. -See Pratt, John F. 

Land Grants in 1783. -See Orrington. 

Petition to Gov. Hancock. 1783. -See Orrington. 

Intentions of marriages in. 1785-88. -See Orrington. 



-Directory. 


1871-72. 


-Directory. 


1872-73 


-Directory. 


187.5-76. 


-Directory. 


1877-78. 



192 BIBLIOGKAPHY OF MAINE. 

Bkewer, Continued. 

Petitions from. 1788. See Pratt, John F. 

Petitions relatinf( to the incorporation of Brewer. 1811-12. From 

the Massachusetts Archives. Bang. H. M. 2 : 211. (1887.) [1588 

Intentions of marriage in. 1812-20. Bang. H. M. 5:34. (1889.) 

[1589 

Admissions to the Congregational cliurch in Brewer. 1813-25- 

Bang. H. M. 3:15.3. (1888.) [1,590 

Early History. 1820. See Perham, David. 

Confession of Faith and Covenant adopted by the Congregational 

church, in East Brewer, which was organized November 11, 1828. 
Bangor: Anson Herrick, Printer. 1835. 24mo. pp. 16. [1591 

Poem, on Temperance. 1833. .See Fish, Charles R. 

Oration, consecration monument. 1866. .See Tefft, B. F. 

Directory. 1867-68. See Smith, Samuel S. 

iSee Greenough, Jones & Co. 
See same. 
See same. 
See same. 

Manual of the First Congregational church, Brewer, Maine. Or- 
ganized Sept. 9, 1880. Bangor: Printed by Thomas W. Burr. 
1800. 12mo. pp. 20. [1592 

Directory. 1885. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. 

Directory. 1887-88. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. 

Leading Business Men. 1888. See Bangor. 

Catalogue of books in the Sabbath-school library of the First Con- 
gregational church. Brewer, Maine. 1891. Brewer: Printed at 
the Echo Office. 12mo. pp. 12. - [1593 

Supplement to the Manual of the First Congregational church, 

Brewer, Maine. Organized Sept. 9, 1800. 1S91. Bangor: O. F. 
Knowles & Co., Printers. 1891. 12mo. pp. 11. [1594 

Bbeweb, Johx. 1743-1825. Brewer. 

Petition of. 1792. Bang. H. M. 2: 242. (1887.) [1595 

Sketch of. See Williamson, W. D. 

And Family. 1886. See Porter, Joseph W. 

Bkewek. Josiah Jr. 1743-1805. 

Sketch of. 1886. See Porter, J. W. 

Bkewee, Sidney S. Clergyman. 

An Exposition of the Sixth Chapter of Revelation: the seven seals 
By S. S. Brewer. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 193 

"The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which Ciod gave unto him, to show unto 
his servants things which must come to pass; and he sent and signified it by 
his angel unto his servant John, who bare record of the word of God, and 
of the testimony of Jesus Christ, and of all things that he saw. Blessed is he 
that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those 
things which are written therein; for the time is at hand. Blessed is he 
that keepeth the sayings of the projihecyof this book; and he saith unto 
me, seal not the sayings of this book. " Rev. i. 1. 2, 3. xxii. 7. 10. 

Published by I. C. Wellcome. Yarmouth, Me. n. d. 16mo. pp. 
36. (Illus.) [1.596 

Prophetic Utterances and Historic Sketches Concerning Papal 

Rome: its glory, its gloom and destiny. Yarmouth: Scriptural 
Publication Society. 1877. 12mo. pp. 48. [1597 

Brewstek, Charles Warrex. 1812-68. Journalist, Portsmouth, X. H. 
Rambles about Portsmouth. Second series. Sketches of persons, 
localities and incidents of two centuries, principally from tradi- 
tion and unpublished documents. By Charles W. Brewster, 
with a biographical sketch of the author by Wm. H. Y. Hackett. 
Portsmouth, X. H. Printed and published by Lewis W. Brews- 
ter. Journal Office. 1869. 8vo. pp. ;375. (Port.) 

Ramble CXVI. The Sparhawk Family. Ramble CXXXIII. A Step over 
the River. — The Celebrities of Kittery, in Former Days. — The Spring Family. 

[1598 

Brewster, Jonathan M. 1832-82. Clergyman, Providence, R. I. 

Fidelity and Usefulness. Life of William Burr. By Rev. J. M. 

Brewster, lately junior editor of the " Morning Star. " Dover, 

N. H.: F. Baptist Printing Establishment. 1871. 16mo. pp. 208. 

[1599 

Brickett, George Edmund, M. D. Physician, Augusta. 

President's Address. 1883. Me. Med. Ass. Trans. 8: 30. (1883.) 

[1600 
Bridge, Edmund. 1739-1825. Pownalborough. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1863. -See Willis, William. 

Bridge, James. 1765-1834. Lawyer, Bucksport, Augusta. 
Notice of. 1859. See Allen, Frederic. 

Biographical Sketch. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

Bridge, Xathan. 1775-1827. Lawyer, Gardiner. 

Notice of. 1859. See Allen, Frederic. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, Wm. 

Bridgton. Incorporated 1794. 

Journal of survey. 1766. See Choate, Isaac B. 

Oration, Masonic. 1804. See Hopkins, J. D. 

14 



194 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Bridgtox, Continued. 

Address, dedication town house. 1852. See Cram, Marshall. 

Proceedings of the Alumni of Bridgton Academy, held at North 

Bridgton, Me., on July 12th, 1882. Bridgton: Office of the Bridg- 
ton News. 188.3. 8mo. pp. 69. [1601 
Contains historical address by W. S. Kimball. 

Address. 1882. See Hawkins, Dexter A. 

Address. Semi-centennial. 1886. See Perry, Trueman S. 

Rules and Eegulations of the First Congregational church, Bridg- 
ton, Me., together with the confession of faith, covenant and a 
brief history of the church: 12mo. pp. 16. [1602 

Catalogue of Books. First Congregational Sabbath-school library. 

16mo. pp. 14. [1603 

(A) Brief Account of the late revivals of religion in a number of 
towns in the New England states, and also in Nova Scotia. Ex- 
tracted chiefly from letters written by several gentlemen of un- 
questionable veracity. To which is added, a very interesting 
letter from a minister in London to a friend in Massachusetts. 
Boston ; Printed by Manning & Loring, Sept. 1779. 8vo. pp. 24. 

[1604 
Contains letters from Deer Isle, Litchfield and Bowdoinham. 

(A) Brief Sketch of Parties — the British and American as connected 
with the American system; together with an account of the 
extraordinary doings of the Maine Legislature in 1831. Portland: 
1831. Svo. pp. 88. [160.5 

(A) Brief Statement of the Unitarian Belief. Hallowell: Glazier, 
Masters & Smith. 1840. sq. Svo: 12mo. pp. 4. [1606 

Brief Study ix Gexealogt. (Cony Family.) 1885. See Williams, 

Joseph H. 
Briggs, Cyrus, M. D. 1800-71. Physician, Augusta. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1872. .See Harvard College. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1872. See Weston, J. C. 

Brimblecom, Samuel. 1779-1879. Clergyman, Havei-hill, Mass. 

The Parental Character of God. A discourse delivered before the 
Second Congregational society in Norridgewock, Me., February 
15, 1829. By Samuel Brimblecom. Published by request. Nor- 
ridgewock: Published by Thomas J. Copeland. 1829. 12mo. pp. 
22. [1607 

Brimmer, George B., and Family, Ellsworth. 1888. See Porter, J. W. 

Brixley, Fraxcis. 1800-89. Lawyer, Newport, R. I. 

Laws Relative to Debtor and Creditor. Hunt. 2:321. (1840.) 

[1608 
Relative to laws concerning debtors in Maine. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 195 

Beistol. Incorporated 1765. 

Abstract of Grants at Pemaquid. 1632. See Hazard, Ebenezer. 
Plantation of, mentioned. 1635. See Bradford, William. 

Description of Pemaquid, and character of the people. 1668. See 

Hutchinson Thomas. 

Annexation of Pemaquid to Massachusetts. 1686. See Massachu- 
setts. 

Ordered, that the jurisdiction of Pemaquid be in the hands of Sir 

Edmund Andros. (By His Majesty's command.) 1686. Mass. 
Hist. Soc. Coll. 3rd ser. 7: 16mo. (1838.) [1609 

Town Bates at Jamestown. 1687. See Jeffries, Walter L. 1609 

Visit to Sir Edmund Andros to. 1688. See Hutchinson, Thomas 

Proclamation at. 1688. See Andros, Edmund. 

Description of Pemaquid Fort. 1692. See Mather, Cotton. 

Truce at Pemaquid. 1693. .See Moore, M. J. 

Five French Manuscripts Relating to the Capture of Pemaquid. 

1696. (5.) Transcripts. Fo. and sm. 4to. [1610 

In Boston Public Library. 

Capture of Pemaquid. 1696. See Haliburton, T. C. 

Fort Pemaquid, or Pemquid or Pemkuit. Built by Andros; site; 

account of; taken by Canibas; rebuilt in 1692; failure of Villebon's 
attempt on; English base hopes on; Indian's treaty at; Bomazeen 
and other Abenaquis seized at. See Charlevoix, P. F. X. 

Description of fort. (1728). »See Dummer, Jeremiah. 

The Petition and Memorial of the towns of Bristol, Nobleborough, 

New Castle, Edgecomb, and Boothbay, in the county of Lin- 
coln, to the General Court of Massachusetts, Anno Domini, 1810. 
Boston: Printed by J. Belcher. 1811. 8vo. pp. 32. [1611 

Report of commissioners, on Pemaquid titles. 1811. See Massa- 
chusetts. 

Account of Pemaquid. 1847. See Groton, Nathaniel. 

Papers relating to Pemaquid. 1856. ,See Hough, Franklin B. 

Ancient Pemaquid. 1857. See Thornton, J. Wingate. 

Communication concerning Pemaquid. 1862. See Johnston, John. 

Jamestown of Pemaquid. 1869. <See Hackleton, Maria W. 

History of Pemaquid. 1870. <S'ee Vinton, John A. 

Land Titles at Pemaquid. 1871. -See Johnston, John. 

History of Bristol and Bremen. 1873. See Johnston, John. 

Pemaquid Point. 1874. See Drake, S. A. 

Pemaquid, relation to Colonial history. 1874. See Hough, F. B. 

Settlers in Pemaquid. 1876. See Hull, R. R. 



196 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Bristoi-, Continued. 

Lost City of New England. 1877. -See De Costa, B. F. 

Pemaquid under the Stuarts. (1878.) See Richardson, H. W. 

Samoset and Xew England Colonization. 1881. See Sewall, Rufus K 

Early History of Pemaquid. 1882. See Cushman, D. Q. 

Oldest gravestone in its cemetery. Mag. Am. Hist. 9: 66. (1883.) 

[1612 

The Pirate of Pemaquid. 1884. See Banks, Charles E. 

Map of Pemaquid. 1886. See Winsor, Justin. 

Inscriptions from Fort Burying Ground. 1887. See Fossett, J. X. 

By-laws and Charter of the Pemaquid Monument Association. 

Incorporated Jan. 19, 1872. Wiscasset: Emerson, Steam Printer. 

1888. 16rao. pp. 8. [1613 

Graveyard Inscriptions. 1888. See Fossett, Jasper N. 

Pemaquid the Fortress. (Illustrated.) 1890. See Drake, Samuel A. 

Pemaquid, and its Forts. 1890. See Woodbury, Charles Levi. 

British Officers on the Penobscot. 1814. See Williamson, W. D. 

Broeckaert, Joseph. 

The Fact Divine. An historical study of the Christian revela- 
tion and of the Catholic church. By Joseph Broeckaert, S. J. 
Translated from the French by Edmund J. A. Young. Unus 
Bominus, Una Fides, Unwn Baptisma. Eph. 4: 5. Portland, 
Me.: McGowen & Young, 422 Congress Street. 1855. 16mo. pp. 
304. [1614 

Brooklin. Incorporated from Sedgwick 1849. 

British raid on-Xaskeag (Brooklin), in 1778. Bang. H. M. 2:183. 

(1887.) [1615 

Address, historical. 1876. See Fish, E. S. 

History of Naskeag Lodge, No. 171,of F. and A. Masons, June, 1873 

to 1890. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 12mo. pp. 27. [1616 

Brooks. Incorporated 1816. 

List of settlers in. 1804. Bang. H. M. 2:161. (1886.) [1617 
Sermon, ordination. 1825. See Smith, John. 

Brooks, Charles. 1795-1872. Boston. 

On the Introduction of Natural History as a Regular Classic in our 
Seminaries. An address delivered before the American Institute 
of Instruction, at Portland, Me., August, 1844. By Charles 
Brooks, Boston. Published by request. Boston: William D. 
Ticknor & Co., corner of Washington and School Streets. 1844. 
12mo. pp. 24. [1618 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 197 

Bkooks, Eugene A., M. D. 1847-85. Physician, Portland. 
Biographical Sketch of. 188-5. See Gordon, S. C. 

Brooks, James. 1810-73. Journalist, Portland, New York. 

Our own Country, 1836. See Stephens, Ann S. 
Memorial Address by. 1869. See Fessenden, William P. 

Brooks, John, LL. D. Governor of Massachusetts, 1816-23. 

Tour in Maine. 1818. Bang. H. M. 6:111. (1890.) [1019 

Brooks, John George, M. D. Physician, b. York, 1821. r. Belfast. 

Small-pox at Belfast, Me. Boston Med. and Surg. Jour. 50: 91. 

(1854.) [1620 

Brooks, Noah. Author, b. Castine, 1830. r. Newark, N. J., Castine. 

The Waif of Nautilus Island. Scrib. 4:65. (1872.) [1621 

Castine, Maine. Cent. 2:685. (1871.) [1622 

The Apparition of Joe Murch. Scrib. 17:76. (1878.) [1623 

Relating to Castine. 

The Fairport Nine, by Noah Brooks, author of "The Boy Emi- 
grant," etc. New York: Charles Scribner & Sons. 743 & 745 
Broadway. 1880, 16mo. pp. 158. [1624 

An Old Town with a History. Cent. 2:695. (1882.) (Illus.) [1625 

The Baron de St. Castine. Mag. Am. Hist. 9:365. (1883.) [1626 

A Lesson in Patriotism. St. Nicholas. 14: 340. (1887.) [1627 

Gives an account of "The Hancock Cadets," a boys' company in Castine 
in 1X40. 

Brooks, . 

The Physician's Assistant. Consisting of a short and comprehensive 
materia medica, together with a summary view of the whole prac- 
tice of physics, surgery and midv/ifery. By the celebrated Dr. 
Brooks, late of Hebron, Maine. Benjamin French. 1833. [162 8 

Brooks, W. G. Boston, Mass. 

Inscriptions copied from tombstones in the old burying-ground 
at Portland. (Communicated by W. G. Brooks. Esq , Boston.) 
N.E.Reg. 8:76. (1854.) [1629 

Brooks, William Henry, D. D. Hanover, Mass. 

The Strong Staff and the Beautiful Rod Was Broken. A sermon 
commemorative of the life and character of Joseph Smith, late 
rear-admiral, U. S. N. Preached January 28, 1877, in St. 
Andrew's church, Hanover, by William Henry Brooks, S. T. D, 
Boston: A. Williams & Co. 1877. 8vo. pp. 24. [1630 



198 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Brooks, William Henry, D. D., Continued. 

" They shall inherit the land forever, the branch of my planting, 

the works of my hand, that I may be glorified." Isa. 9: 21. 
An Historical Address delivered at a service memorial of St. An- 
drew's church, Scituate, September 3, A. D. 1882. By the 
minister of the church (which, in 1811, became St. Andrew's, 
Hanover). The Reverend William Henry Brooks, S. T. D. Pub- 
lished by request. Boston: A. Williams & Co. Old Corner Book- 
store. 1882. Svo. pp. 42. [1631 
Sketch of Rev. William W. Wlieeler, formerly of Georgetown, pp. 35-38. 

Brooksville. Incorporated 1817. 

Elegy on John Walker. 1831. See Black, Thankful. 

Sermon: Sins of Nation. 1857. See Smith, Iren W. 

History of. 1875. See Wheeler, Geo. A. 

Broughton, Nathaniel A. 

Memorial of. 1806. <See Douglas, Ebenezer. 

Brown, Alexander, D. C. L. Norwood, Virginia. 

The Genesis of the United States, a narrative of the movement in 
England, 1605-lG, which resulted in the plantation of North 
America by Englishmen, disclosing the contest between Spain 
and England for the possession of the soil now occupied by the 
United States of America; set forth through a series of historical 
manuscripts now first pi-inted together with a reissue of rare con- 
temporaneous tracts, accompanied by biographical memoranda, 
notes and brief biographies, collected, arranged and edited by 
Alexander Brown, member of the Virginia Historical Society, and 
of the American Historical Association, Fellow of the Royal 
Society at England. With 100 portraits, maps and plans. In 
two volumes. (Publisher's trade-mark: engraving: motto-Tout 
bien ou rein. The Riverside Press.) Boston and New York, 
Houghton, Mifflin & Company. The Riverside Press, Cambridge. 
MDCCCXL. Svo. Vol. I. pp. xxxviii, 521. Vol. II. pp. (2), 525- 
1157. [1632 

Conienis relating to Maine: The draught of St. Georges Fort erected by 
Captain George Popham, Esquire, and the entry of the famous river of Saga- 
dahoc, in Virginia, talien out by John Hunt, the viii day of October in the 
Year of our Lord, 1C07. With note by Charles Deane, LL. D., of Cambridge, 
Mass. 190. CXLI. Capt. Argall's voyage towards Sagadahoc, 1610, 428. 
CCXCI. H. de Montmerency, Admiral of France, to King James I. 1613. 
CLVIII. Map of America, said to have been made in 1(510, 457; Capture of 
St. Sauvuer,664. CCCXII. Extract from Carayon (Attack on St. Sauveur,) 
698: CCXIII. Letter from Hiard to Father Acquaviva, (Capture of St. 
Sauvuer), 700. CCCXV. ISiard's Relation. Our Capture by the English, 709; 
Brief biography of Sir Ferdinando Gorges, 902. 

Some reasons against the assigned date of the map of America are given by 
Samuel Adams IJrake in the N. E. Keg., 46: 272, which are replied to by Mr 
Brown, in the Register, 40: 401. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 199 

Brown, Asa. 

An Oration on the anniversary of American Independence. Pro- 
nounced at Buxton, District of Maine, on the Fourth of July, 
1808. By Asa Brown. Portland: Weeks & M'Kown, Printers, 
1808. 12mo. pp. 21. [1633 

Bkown, Clark. 1772-1817. Clergyman, Machias, 179.5-97. 

Sermon at his ordination, 1795. See Woodruff, Hezekiah N. 

The Trust Eeposed in a Gospel Minister, and the reqviisite con- 
duct of his people. Illustrated in a sermon preached at Machias, 
November 29, 1795. By Clark Brown, minister of the Christian 
church and congregation in Machias. New Bedford, (Mass.) 
Printed by F. Spooner. 1796. 4to. pp. 20. [1684 

Proceedings of the church and congregation at Machias, relative to 

the settlement of the Rev. Clark Brown as their gospel minister. 
New Bedford: Printed by John Spooner. 1797. 8vo. pp. 20. 

[1635 

Brown Family. Concord, Mass., Bangor. 1887. See Porter, J. W. 

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A Sermon delivered July 23, 1812, on the occasion of the State 

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200 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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Brown, John. 

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204 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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The Standard Bearer. Official edition. The authorized pictorial 
lives of James Gillespie Blaine and John Alexander Logan, in- 
cluding their boyhood and early struggles, successive triumphs 
and splendid achievements in the nation's council halls and amid 
the smoke and carnage of battle, grand qualities as civic and 
martial leaders, and eminent public services as statesmen, 
diplomats, etc. With hundreds of authentic personal incidents, 
anecdotes and reminiscences, collected at their boyhood and 
present homes, and many of them never before published. Also 
embracing a grajihic account of the great convention of 1884, 
a synopsis of all previous national conventions, the famous nom- 
ination speeches of 1876 and 1880, with other political infor- 
mation invaluable to every voter. By J. W. Buel, author of 
"Kussian Nihilism and Exile Life in Siberia," "Legends of the 
Ozark," "Heroes of the Plains," etc., etc. Xew steel-plate por- 
traits and fine engravings from original photographs, etc. New 
York and St. Louis: N. D. Thompson & Co., Publishers. 1884. 
12mo. pp. 538. [1723 

BuGBEE, James M. 

Memorials of Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati. Edited by 
James M. Bugbee. Boston: Printed for the society. 1890. 8vo. pp. 
xliv, 575. (Illus.) [1724 

Contains memoirs of Charles S. Daveis, and otlier Maine members, re- 
printed, with some clianges and additions from Drake, F. S., Memorial 
Volume Mass. Society of the Cincinnati, 1873. 

Bui.LARD, Mrs. Laura (J.) Curtis. 

Now-a-Days! New York: T. L. Magagnos & Co. Bangor, Me.: 

David Bugbee. 18-54. 12mo. pp. vii, 309. (Illus. frontispiece.) 

[1725 
Contains accounts of sewing circle at Belfast. 

The same. Second edition. New York: T. L. Magagnos & Co., 

16 Beekman Street. 1854. 12mo. pp. 309. 



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BuLLER, Chakles. 1806-48. 

The Boundary Question. West. Rev. .34: 202. (1840.) [1726 

Relating to the north eastern boundary. 

Btjngay, Geoege Washington. Journalist, New York. 

Crayon Sketches and OfE-hand Takings, of distinguished Ameri- 
can statesmen, orators, divines, essayists, editors, poets and 
philanthropists. Boston: Stacy and Richardson. 18-52. 12mo. pp. 
165. (1727 

Neal Dow, pp. 43-46. 

Bunker, Benjamin. 1837-94. Journalist, Waterville. 

Bunker's Text Book of Political Deviltry. A record of Maine's 
small-bore politicians and political bosses, with jacknife illus- 
trations by the author, Benjamin Bunker, Waterville, Me. En- 
tered according to act of Congress, in the year 1889 by Benja- 
min Bunker, in the office of the librarian of Congress, at Wash- 
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pp. 152. [1728 

Bunker Hili. Monument. 

History of. 1853. See Packard, Alpheus S. 

BuNYAN, John. 1628-68. 

The Pilgrim's Progress, with original notes by Thomas Scott. 
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BuRBANK, Augustus Hannibal, M. D. b. 1823. Physician, Yar- 
mouthville. 
Induction of Premature Labor. A paper read before the Maine 
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of Yarmouth. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1883. 8vo. pp. 
19. [1730 

Burbank and Burbanck Families. 1880. -See Ridlon, George T. 

Burbank, Eleazer. Yarmouth. 

Address at his funeral. 1867. See Putnam, Geo. A. 

Burbank, Horace Harmon, h. 18-37. Lawyer, Saco. 

Class of 1860. Bowdoin College. '■^Apparent rari nantes in gurglte 
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Bubdick, William. 

Co-editor Christian's Monitor. 1798-99. -See Rand, John. 



212 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Burgess, Ai>exander, D. D. h. 1810. P. E. Bisliop, Quincy, 111. 
r. Maine, 1844-67. 
Questions for Bible Classes and Sunday-schools in the Protestant 
Episcopal Church. Boston: 18.52. ISmo. pp. 108. [17oo 

Memoir of the life of the Rt. Reverend George Burgess, D. D., first 

bishop of Maine. Edited by the Rev. Alexander Burgess, D. D., 
rector of St. John's church, Brooklyn, Long Island. (Monogram.) 
Philadelphia: Claxton, Remsen and Hoffelfinger. 1869. 8vo. pp. 
xi, 419. (Port.) [17.34 

Contains part of the funeral address by Bp. Clark and a commemorative 
sermon by Bp. Coxe. 

Reviewed in O. & S. 2: 94. (1870.) 

BuKGESS, Geouge, D. D. 1809-66. Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal 
Church, Maine, r. Gardiner, 1847-66. 
The Stranger in the Church. By the Rt. Rev. George Burgess, D. 
D., bishop of the Diocese of Maine. No. XXXII. Boston: Pub- 
lished by the tract committee of the Diocese of Mas.sachusetts. 
For sale by James B. Dow, 141 Washington Street. 1848. 12mo. 
pp. 25. [173.0 

The same. New York: Thomas Whittaker. Philadelphia: Epis- 
copal Female Tract Society No. 332. McCalla & Stavely, Printers. 
12mo. pp. 24. [1736 

The Passage into the Ministry: an address delivered in St. Peter's 

church, New York, to the graduating class of the General Theo- 
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at the request of the trustees. New York: Daniel Dana, Jr. 
No. 20 John St. 8vo. pp. IS. [1737 

Great Principles : a charge delivered to the clergy of the Diocese 

of Maine, at the annual convention, held in St. Stephen's church, 
Portland, July 10, 1850. Published by the vote of the convention. 
Augusta: Rusell Eaton. 1850. 8vo. pp. 17. [1738 

The Last Enemy : Conquering and Conquered. By George Burgess, 

D. D., bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Maine. Phila- 
delphia: H. Hooker, 1850. 12mo. pp. 3-30. [1739 

The same. Second edition. Philadelphia: H.Hooker. 1851. 12mo. 

pp. 3.30. 

The Lowliness of the Episcopate. A sermon, (.St. Luke 22 : 26-27) 

preached in St. John's church, Hartford, October 29, 1851, at the 
consecration of the Rev. John Williams, D. D., as assistant bishop 
of the Diocese of Connecticut. Published by request. Hartford: 
S. Banner & Co. 8vo. pp. 21. (1.) [1740 

The Duty of Christian Ministers toward Young Men and Men of 

Mature Years. A charge delivered to the clergy of the Diocese 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 213 

of Maine, at the annual convention, held in St. Stephen's church, 
Portland, on Wednesday, the 13th of July, 1853. By George 
Burgess, D. D., bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in 
Maine. Published by vote of the convention. Augusta: Russell 
Eaton, Printer. 1853. 8vo. pp. 20. [1741 

-The Gospel in its First Progress Westward. A sermon preached in 
Trinity church, Xew York, on Friday, October 28, 1853. (The 
festival of St. Simon and St. Jude.) At the consecration of the 
Rev. W. Ingraham Kip, D. D., as missionary bishop to California. 
By the Right Rev. George Burgess, D. D., bishop of the Protes- 
tant Episcopal Church in Maine. Albany: Joel Munsell, 78 State 
Street. 1853. 8vo. pp. 25. [1742 

-Bishop Philander Chase. Am. Ch. Rev. 6:24. (1853.) [1743 

-Lecture. The Modern Necromancy No Argument against the 
Gospel. (1854.) See Potter, A. 

-Adult Baptism. By the Rt. Rev. George Burgess, D. D., bishop of 
the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Maine. New 
York: Published by Thomas Whittaker. 1854. 16mo. pp. 24. 

[1744 

-Going Up to the Temple to Pray. By the Right Rev. George Bur- 
gess, D. D. A tract. 1854. n. p. pp. 12. [1745 

Published by request of the Maine Board of Missions. 

Contains the substance of a sermon preached at the consecration of St. 
Peter's church, Rockland, June 8, 1854. 

-A Discourse delivered before the Maine Historical Society, at Bruns- 
wick, August 2, 1854. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 5:62. (1856.) [1746 

-The same, in separate form. Portland. 1854. 8vo. pp. 25. 

-Sermons on the Christian Life. By the Rt. Rev. George Burgess, 
D. D., bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese 
of Maine. Philadelphia: Herman Hooker. 1854. 12mo. pp. 316. 

[1747 
Remarkable for comprehension of thought, beauty and simplicity of style. 

-A Catechism on the Church Catechism. By the Right Rev. George 
Burgess, D. D., bishop of the Diocese of Maine. Published by 
the Protestant Episcopal Society for the Promotion of Evangelical 
Knowledge, No. 3. Bible House, Fourth Ave., New York. n. d. 
(1855 ?) 16mo. pp. 267. [1748 

-Sermon at Gardiner, March 18, 1855. Little Children with the 
Lord. Printed by request, not published for sale. Printed by 
Richard B. Caldwell, Gardiner. 8vo. pp. 11. [1749 

-Thoughts on Religion and Public Schools. Am. Jour. Ed. 2: 562 

(1856.) [1750 



214 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

BuEGESS, George, D. D., Continued. 

The Third Charge to the clergy of the Diocese of Maine, delivered 

at the thirty-seventh annual convention, in St. Mark's church, 
Augusta, on Wednesday, the 9th of July, 1856, by the Right Rev 
George Burgess, D. D. Published by vote of the convention. 
Augusta: H. A. Fairfield, Printer. Svo. pp. 21. (1856.) [1751 

The same. Second edition. Published by request. Xew York: 

Dana & Company. 1856. 8vo. pp. 21. 
The same, in "The Gospel of St. Luke," under the title of 

" Theory of the Church Catholic. " 
Preface to Memoir Rev. Jacob Bailey. 1853. See Bartlet, William 

S. 
The Swedenborgian Delusion, a sermon preached in Christ church, 

Gardiner, Maine, on the First Sunday after the Epiphany, A. D. 

1858. Hartford. 1867. 16mo. [1752 

— —The same. Middletown, Conn. 1888. 12mo. pp. 17. 

The Personality, Kingdom and Power of Satan. A charge deliv- 
ered to the clergy of the Diocese of Maine, in Grace church, 
Bath, at the annual convention, July 13, 1859, by the Right Rev. 
George Burgess, D. D., bishop of the Diocese. Published by 
vote of the convention. Augusta: Elias G. Hedge & Co., 
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The Love of Zion. A .sermon (Psalm 122: 9) preached in St. James 

church, Richmond, on Thursday, October 13, 1859, at the conse- 
cration of the Rev. Benjamin Whipple, D. D., as bishop of the 
Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Minnesota. Cin- 
cinnati. 1858. 8vo. pp. 19. [1754 

A Sermon preached in Trinity church, Boston, on Wednesday, Sep- 
tember 12, 1860, at the admission of Rev. Frederic D. Hunting- 
ton, D. D., to the Holy Order of Deacons. By the Right Rev. 
George Burgess, D. D., bishop of the Protestant Episcopal 
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(The Character Which Is the Just End of a True Education.) An 

address delivered at the anniversary of ^Sliss Draper's seminary, 
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The same. Second edition. 

The Secondary Benefits of the Prayer-book. A sermon (Deut. 31: 

19) i)reached at the anniversary of the Bishop White Prayer-book 
Society, on Sunday, October 14, 1860, in St. Luke's church, 
Philadelphia. 1860. pp. 18. [1757 



BIBLIOGEAPHY OF MAINE. 215 

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the clergy of the Diocese of Maine, in Christ church, Gardiner, 
at the annual convention, July 9, 1862. Published by vote of the 
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Republished in " Gospel of St. Luke." 1880. 

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with honor? Address at the Popham celebration, August 29, 
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-The same. In separate form. Portland: Brown Thurston. 1862. 
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-The Nobleness of Theological Studies. An inaugural discourse 
delivered at the opening of the divinity school of the Protestant 
Episcopal Church at Philadelphia, in St. Luke's church, on Mon- 
day, September 29, 1862. Philadelphia: J. S. McCalla, 257 Dock 
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-Christian Books. A sermon (Isaiah 28: 10) preached in Trinity 
chapel. New York, before the General Protestant Episcopal Svin- 
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856. (1863.) [1763 

-.Sermon on the Death of Eobert H. Gardiner, delivered at Christ 
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D. D., Aprils, 1864. Boston: Printed by John Wilson & Son. 
8vo. pp. 20. [1764 

-The American Metrical Psalter. New York: Published by F. J. 
Huntington. 1864. 12mo. pp. 284. [1765 

-An Address delivered in Christ church, Hartford, at the funeral of 
the Rt. Rev. Thomas Church Brownell, D. D., LL. D., third 
bishop of Connecticut, January 17, 1865. Cambridge, Mass. 
1865. Small 4to. n. pp. (22.) [1766 

-The Chiirch after the National Convulsion. A charge delivered to 
the clergy of the Diocese of Maine, in St. Luke's church, Port- 
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-Last Journal of, 1865-66. With an introduction by Rt. Rev. Al- 
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& Co., Church Book Company. 1866. 16mo. pp. 83. [1768 

From December 27, 1865, to April 20, 1866. 



216 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Burgess, George, D. D., Continued. 

A Letter to a preacher of Universalism. Hartford: (1867.) 16mo. 

pp. 54. [1769 

List of persons admitted to the Order of Deacons in the Protest- 
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Sermon at funeral. (1866.) See Clark, Thomas M. 

Notice of. N. E. Reg. 20: 261. (1866.) [1771 

Death of. Proceed. Mass. Hist. Soc. 9:242. (1866-67.) [1772 

Announcement of death, by Robert C. Winthrop; resolutions, by Rev. 
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Sketches of the English Church history. 

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Bishops of Gloucester. Am. Ch. Rev. 19: -376. (1867.) 

Bishops of Landoff. Am. Ch. Rev. 20:68. (1868.) 

Bishops of Bangor. Am. Ch. Rev. 20: 183. (1868.) [1773 

Early History of the Church in New York City. Am. Ch. Rev. 20: 

507. (1868.) [1774 

Biographical Sketch of. 1868. See Bartlet, William S. 

Notice of. 1867. See Gardiner, Frederic. 

Poems of the Right Rev. George Burgess, D. D., bishop of Maine, 

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Biographical Notice of Robert H. Gardiner. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 7: 

403. (1876.) [1777 

The First Bishop of Maine. (1883.) See Paul, Robert. 

The Gospel of St. Luke, with critical notes by George Burgess, D. 

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Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

Burgess, .J. S. 

Business and Religion: a sermon preached at the union meeting, 
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Merrimack Street. 1869. 8vo. pp. 12. [1779 



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Burgess, Egbert. 

Hattie: the Union spy. A drama in three acts. By Robert Bur- 
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Burleigh, Charles. 

The Genealogy of the Burleigh and Burley Family of America. 
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Marriages in Falmouth. (Cape Elizabeth), solemnized by Rev. 

Ephraim Clark, pastor 2d parish. Me. Rec. 3: 101, 185. (1886.) 

[1782 

The Genealogy and History of the Guild, Guile and Gile Family. 

By Charles Burleigh. 

"Honor thy father and thy mother." Exodus 20: 12. 
"Honor and shame from no condition rise, 
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Pope's Essay on Man. 
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Burleigh Family. 1880. See Burleigh, Charles. 
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Burnham, Edward Payson. b. Eennebunkport. 1827. Lawyer, Saco. 
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Memoir of Judge David Sewall, LL. D. Read before the Maine 

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301. [1785 

Speech at 154th anniversary Massachusetts Grand Lodge of 

Masons, 1887. In Proceedings, p. 235. [1786 

Burnham, Simeon, and family, Bluehill. 1890. See Candage, R. G. F. 

Burr, Capt. Charles, of Brewer. 1887. See Porter, J. W. 

Burr, Charles C. Clergyman, Portland, 1838-42. 

Thoughts on Revivals of Religion. Augusta. 1838. 18mo. pp. 97. 

[1787 
Discourse on revivals, delivered in the Universalist church, Port- 
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14. [1788 
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meetings. Sabbath-schools, bible-classes and families. By C. C. 

Burr. 

For never harp or lyre revealed 
Such music as the heart can yield. 
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Noel Roncello. Portland: (1841?) 32mo. pp. 175. [1790 



218 BIBLIOGRArHY OF MAINE. 

BcTKK, Joseph, and family, Brewer. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

BUBR, William. 1806-66. Publisher, Dover, N. H., Limerick. 

Eulogy on. 1867. See Day, George T. 
Notice of. N. E. Keg. 21 : 79. (1867.) [1791 

BuBKAGE, Hexrt Sweetser, D. D. Clergyman, h. Fltcliburg, Mass., 
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Memorials of Prague and John Huss. Sabbath at home. 4: 129. 
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Ulrich Zwingli. Bapt. Q. 6: 68. (1872.) [1793 

Exegesis of Acts. XXVI, 28, 29. Bib. Sac. 31:41.5. (1874.) [1794 

Heinrich August Wilhelm Meyer. Bib. Sac. 32:43. (1875.) [1795 

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Horatio Balch Hackett. Bapt. Q. 11:129. (1817.) [1797 

Thomas Munzer. Bapt. Q. 10: 403. (1877.) [1798 

The Act of Baptism in the History of the Christian Church. 

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Augustus Tholuck. Bapt. Rev. 13: 33. (1879.) [1800 

Immersion Essential to Christian Baptism. 1880. See Jenkens, 

Charles A. 

Henry W. Longfellow and his Paternal Ancestry. (1882.) See 

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A History of the Anabaptists of SAvitzerland. Philadelphia: 

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[1801 
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Rosier' s Relation of Waymouth's Voyage to the Coast of Maine. 

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St. George's River. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 219 

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Baptist Hymn Writers and their Hymns. By Henry S. Burrage. 

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[1810 

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James Tift Champlin. A niemorial. Brown Thurston & Co., 

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Christian Education, College chapel, Feb. 29, 1872. 

125 copies printed. 

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The Anabaptists of the Sixteenth Century. Read before the 

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A Taste of Maine Birch. Atl. Mo. 47:844. (1881.) [1816 



220 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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Contains a " Taste of Maine Birch. " pp. 109-139. 

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History of Atlantic Lodge, No. 81, of Free and Accepted Masons 
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Burton and Robinson Families. Thomaston. 

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Burton, Asa, D. D. 1752-1836. Clergyman, Thetford, Vt. 

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Burton, Benjamin. 1749-1835. Warren. 

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Burton, James, Jr. 1791-1837. Bangor. 

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[1821 
Contains historical sketch. 
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" Hereafter, ye shall see heaven open." John 1 : 51. 
Edited by George Bush. New York: John Allen, 139 Nassau St. 
Boston: Otis Clapp, 12 School St. 1846. Svo. pp.176. [1822 

Containsreviewof Rev. Enoch Pond's work " Swedenborgianism Reviewed," 
by NV. B. Hayden. 

BusHNELL, Charles Ira. 1826-83. Journalist, New York. 

Editor. Journal of the Expedition against Quebec, under the com- 
mand of Colonel Benedict Arnold, in the year 1775. By Major 
Return J. Meigs: with an introduction and notes by Charles I. 
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[1823 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 221 

BussELL, Jacob. 

First Settler in Bangor. (1888.) See Porter, J. W. 

Butler, Benjamin Franklin, LL. D. 1818-93. Lowell, Mass. 

Should There be a Union of the English-speaking Peoples of the 
Earth '? A dissertation, delivered before the alumni of Colby 
University, by Benjamin F. Butler, class of 1838, July 2, 1889. 
Boston: Press of Rockwell and Churchill, 39 Arch Street. 1889. 
8vo. pp. 15. [1824 

Butler Family in Georgetown. No. 2. 1887. See Drummond, Josiah H. 

Butler, Francis Gould. 1812-91. Farmington. 

A History of Farmington, Franklin County, Maine, from the earli- 
est explorations to. the present time, 1776-1885. By Francis Gould 
Butler, member of the Maine Historical Society. 
"Posterity delights in details." — John Quincy Adams. 
Farmington: Press of Knowlton, McLeary & Co. 1885. 8vo. pp. 
683. (Ports.) [1825 
Francis Gould Butler. A sketch, March 31, 1811. December 6, 

1891. Farmington, Me. Press of Knowlton, McLeary & Co. 

1892. 8vo. pp. 18. (Port.) [1826 

Butler, George H., M. D. New York. 

Thomas Butler and his Descendants. A genealogy of the de- 
scendants of Thomas and Elizabeth Butler of " Butler's Hill, " 
South Berwick, Me. 1674-1886. By George H. Butler. New 
York: Trow' s Printing and Book Binding Company. 1886. 8vo. 
pp. 198. (Frontispiece.) [1827 

Edition 500 copies. 
Reviewed in the New York Gen. and Biog. Rec. JJan., 18S7. 

Butler, John. 1789-1856. Clergyman, r. Maine. 1825-35. 

Definitions and Explanations in geography and astronomy. By 
John Butler, pastor of the Baptist church in Winthrop, Me., 
and principal of the female academy in that place, Hallowell: 
Glazier & Co., Printers. 1825. 12mo. pp. 31. [1828 

Friendly Letters to a Lady : in which several important doctrines 

of the gospel are explained and vindicated. By John Butler, 
pastor of the Baptist church in Winthrop, Me. Boston: James 
Loring, pr. 1830. 16mo. pp. 104. [1829 

A Letter to the Rev. John Butler, containing a review of his' 

" Friendly Letters to a Lady, " together with a general outline 
of the doctrine of the Free Will Baptists. By a Free Will Bap- 
tist. 

" Judge not, that ye be not judged. " Matt. 7:1. " Let us hear the con- 
clusion of the whole matter. " Eccl. 12: 1. 

Limerick: Silas Curtis. 1832. 16mo. pp. 161. [1830 



222 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Butler, John, Continued. 

'God Not the Efficient Cause of Sin. A sermon delivered at Han- 
over, Mass. By John Butler, pastor of the Baptist church in 
North Yarmouth, Me. 

" Let no man say when he is tempted, I am tempted of God; for God can- 
not be tempted with evil, neither tenipteth he any man: But every man is 
tempted wlien he is drawn away of his own lust and enticed. " 

Boston: Printed by Jonathan Howe, No. 39 Merchants Row. 
1834. 16mo. pp. 16. [1831 

Butler, John Jay, D. D. b. 1814. Professor Bates College, 1870-73. 
Commentary on the New Testament: critical and practical. By 
John J. Butler, D. D., professor of Christian theology in the 
theological school at New Hampton, N. H. ; author of "Butler's 
Theology," and other works. The Gospels. Dover: G. T. Day 
& Co. Boston: D. Lothrop & Co. Chicago: D. M. Graham & 
Co. 1870. 12mo. pp. 495. (1 map.) [1832 

Butler, Joseph. Shapleigh. 

Funeral Sermon on. 1827. -See Blanchard, Charles. 

Butler, Moses Morrill. 1824-79. Lawyer, Portland. 

Eemarks on the death of Judge Ware. 1873. See Emery, G. F. 

Butler, Nathaniel D. D. 1824-94. Clergyman, Rockland, Burling- 
ton, Wis. 
Discourse delivered at Rockland, Maine, at the funeral of Maj. 
Gen. Hiram G. Berry, of U. S. volunteer forces, who fell at the 
battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 3. 1863. By Rev. Nathaniel 
Butler, with a notice of the funeral ceremonies. Portland: 
Printed by David Tucker, 1863. 8vo. pp. 16. [1833 

Address at inauguration of statue of Maj. Gen. Berry. 1865. See 

Berry, Hiram G. 

Memorial of Nathaniel Milton Wood, witli sermon. Edited by 

Nathaniel Butler. Lewiston, Me. : George A.Callahan, Printer. 
1877. 8vo. pp. 142. [1834 

Butler, Miss Pollt. Minot. 

Funeral Sermon on. 1814. See Pidgin, William. 

Butler, Thomas, and descendants. South Berwick. 1886. iS'ee Butler, 
George H. 

Buxton. Incorporated 1772. 

Sermon, 1762. <See Coffin, Paul. 
Sermon, ordination Abner Flanders. 1802. See Batcheldcr, Wil- 
liam. 

Oration, 4th July, 1808. See Brown, Asa. 

-Records, proprietors. 1733-1811. See Woodman, Cyrus. 



BIBLIOGKAFHY OF MAINE. 22 

-Sermon, dedication. 1820. See Loring, Levi. 

Sermon, farewell. 1821. See Coffin, Paul. 

-Sermon, funeral Paul Coffin. 1821. See Fletcher, Nathaniel H. 

Sermon, death of Paul Coffin. 1821, See Loring, Levi. 

Converts of the Congregational church of Christ in Buxton: organ- 
ized March 6, (16), 1763. Portland: 1824. [1835 

-Address on temperance. 1828. See Loring, Levi. 

Xarragansett township No. 1. 1847. <S'ee Coffin, Charles. 

Address, centennial. 1850. See Williams, Nathaniel, W. 

Map of. 1852. See Dennett, David. 

Sermon, farewell. 1860. See Bartlett, Joseph. 

Grantees Xarragansett townships. 1861. See Woodman, Cyrus. 

Grantees Xarragansett townships. 1862. See Coffin, Charles, 

The Records of the church of Christ in Buxton, Maine, during the 

pastorate of Rev. Paul Coffin, D. D. Cambridge: Printed for 
Cyrus Woodman. 1868. 8vo. pp. 88. [1836 

150 copies privately printed. 

Xarragansett Grantees. X. E. Reg. 22: 227. (1869.) [1837 

Maps. 1871-72. See Dennett, Daniel. 

Centennial celebration. 1872. See Marshall, J. M 

Conference York County. 1872. See Emerson, J. D. 

History, 1872. See Sanford. Everts & Co. 

Early Baptists in Buxton. Hist. Mag. 3d ser. 1 : 114. (1872.) [1838 

Woodmans of. 1874. See Woodman, Cyrus. 

History of. 1880. See Clayton, W. W. 

Cemetery Inscriptions. 1S84. See Cobb, Isaac. 

Address. 1886. See Woodman, Cyrus. 

History of Dunlap Lodge of Masons. 1826-90. See Biddeford, or 

Day, Benjamin F. 

BuxTOX, Bex.jamix Flixt, M. D. 1810-76. Physician, Warren. 

Inaugural Address as president Maine Medical Association. Trans. 
4: 19. (1871.). [1839 
-Biographical Sketch of. 1877. See Horr, O. A. 

Bttxtox, p. M. 

Xorth Yarmouth and Falmouth Social Library. O. T. 3: 427. [1840 

BuxTOX, W. M. 

List of burials, Walnut Hill, Xorth Yarmouth. O. T. 3:306. 
340. [1841 



224 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Byixgton, Ezra Hoyt, D. D. Clergyman, Biuuswick. 1871-78. 
Address on education. 1872. See American Education Society. 

The Future of Faith. A sermon by Rev. E. H. Byington, preached 

iu Brunswick, Me., July 7, 1878. Printed by request. Portland: 
Printed by B. Thurston & Company. 1878. 8vo. pp. 10. [1842 

Farewell. Grace in and for the church. A sermon preached in Bruns- 
wick, Me., September 22, 1878, by Rev. E. H. Byington, at the 
close of his pastorate. Lewiston: Printed at the Journal Office. 
1878. 8vo. pp. 18. [1843 

Byles, Mather, D. D. 1707-88. Clergyman, Boston. 

Psalm written in Maine. 1732. See Belcher, Jonathan. 

The same, in letter from Jeremy Belknap to Ebenezer Hazard. 

Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 5th ser. 2:72. (1878.) [1844 

By' Still Waters. (Poetry.) Portland: Thurston & Co. 

BuzzELL, JoHX. Clergyman, Parsonsfield. 1798-1863. 

A Religious Magazine: containing a short history of the church of 
Christ, gathered at New Durham, N. H., in the year 1780. And 
now spreading its various branches in almost every direction 
through the states of Xew Hampshire, Vermont, the District of 
Maine and in many other parts of America. Also a particular 
account of religion, by John Buzzell, preacher of the gospel in 
Parsonsfield, Maine. 

"The Kingdom of Heaven is like to a grain of mustard seed, whicti a man 
took and sowed in liis field. Which indeed is the least of all seed, but when 
it is grown is the greatest among herbs, and becometh a tree : so that the 
birds of the air come and lodge in the branches thereof. " Matt, xiii : 31, 32. 

Portland: Printed by J. M'Kown. Augusta. 1811. 12mo. pp. 
36. [1S45 

Psalms, Hymns and Scriptural Songs, selected for the use of the 

united churches of Christ, commonly called Free AVill Baptists, 
and for saints of all denominations. By John Buzzell, minister 
of the gospel. Kennebunk : Printed by James K. Remick, for 
John Buzzell and Elias Libby. 1823. sm. 4to. pp. .348. [1846 

The Life of Elder Benjamin Randall, principally taken from doc- 
uments written by himself. By John Buzzell, M. G. " Being 
dead yet speaketh. " Heb. 11:4. Limerick: Hobbs, Woodman 
& Co. 1827. 12mo. pp. 308. [1847 
Elder Randall was the founder of the Freewill Baptist Society in Amer- 
ica, and his book is full of reminiscences of persons and places in Maine 
and New Hampshire. 

Buzzell, Johx, M. D. 1826-90. Physician, Portland. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1890. See Meserve, A. K. P. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 225 

Cadillac, Antoixe de la Motte, h. France. 1660. (/. after 1717. 
Extracts from a memoir of. 1692. Concerning Acadia and New 

England: from the Archives of Paris. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 

6:279. (18.59.) [1848 

Memoir of. 1859. See Willis, William. 

Sketch of. X. Y. Col. Doc. 9:671. (1855.) [1849 

The same. Hist. Mag. 4: 340. (1860.) 

Circular of his heirs, M. et Mde. de Gregoire, concerning Maine 

lands. 1790. Hist. Mag, 4:340. (1860.) [1850 

Caiko, Illinois. 

The Past, Present and Future of. 1858. See Neal, John. 

Cajori, Flokian. 

Bureau of Education. Circular of information No. 3. 1890. (Whole 
number 167.) The teaching and history of mathamatics in the 
United States, by Florian Cajori, M. S., (University of Wisconsin), 
formerly professor of applied mathematics in the Tutlane Uni- 
versity of Louisiana, now professor of physics in Colorado 
College. Washington: Government Printing Office. 1890. 8vo. 
pp. 400. [1851 

Influx of English mathematics. Bowdoin College, pp. 170-173. (Chiefly 
derived from information furnished by Prof. George T. Little.) 

Calais. Incorporated 1809. 

Account of. 1834. See Williamson, W. D. 

Sermon, installation Kev. Eber Child. 1834. See Stone, Thomas T. 

A Brief History of the First Congregational church, in Calais, Me., 

together with their applied articles of faith and church cove- 
nant: also catalogue of the names of church members, March 4, 
1839. George Washburn, Printer. 1839. 12mo. pp. 27. [1852 

A Brief History of the First Congregational church, Calais, Maine: 

their articles of faith, church covenant, standing rules, ques- 
tions for self-examination and catalogue of church members, July 
1855. Boston: Printed for the church. 1855. 12mo. pp. 19. [1853 

Sermon, missionary. 1856. See Talcott, Daniel S. 

Sermon, Thanksgiving. 1858. See Spaulding, A. F. 

Sermon on life and character of Mary Kelley. 1859. See Spalding, 

A. F. 

Sermon, farewell. 1867. See Keeler, Seth H. 

Annals of. 1875. See Knowlton, I. C. 

Sermon, missionary. 1877. See Paine, Levi L. 

Historical sketch of the First Congregational church, Calais, Maine, 

with confession of faith, rules, and catalogue of members to 
May, 1877. Thomas Todd, Printer, Congregational House, 
Boston. 1877. 12mo. pp. 35. [1854 

16 



226 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Calais, Continued. 

Sermon, semi-centennial. 1879. See Keeler, S. H. 

Oration, 4th July. 1882. See Potter, Barrett. 

Sermon, on Rev. S. H. Keeler. 1887. <See McCully, Charles G. 

Catalogue of the library of the First Congregational Sabbath-school, 

Calais, Maine. Calais: J. A. Sears, Steam Job Printer. 1888. 

24mo. pp. 16. [1855 

Caldwell & Halfpenny. 

Atlas of Kennebec County, Maine. Compiled and drawn from 
official plans, and actual surveys by H. E. Halfpenny. Published 
by Caldwell and Halfpenny, Xo. 27 South 6th Street, Philadelphia. 
1879. Eng. by Worley & Bracher, No. 27 So. 6th Street, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Printed by F. Bourquin, 31 So. 6th Street. Phila., Pa. 
4to. pp. 114. [1856 

Contains history of the county, comprising all the towns, by Dr. \V. B. 
Lapham. 

Caldwell, Merkitt. 1806-48. Educator, r. Maine until 1834. 

An Address originally delivered before the Waterford Circuit Tem- 
perance Society, December 1, 1832, and subsequently before the 
Mount Vei-non Temperance Society, Feb. 26, 1833. Published by 
the societies. Hallowell: Glazier, Masters & Co. 1833. 8vo. pp. 
23. [1857 

An Address delivered before the trustees and students at the an- 
nual commencement of Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, 
July 16, 1835, by Merritt Caldwell, A. M., professor of the ex- 
tract sciences. Hallowell: Glazier, Masters & Smith. 18-35. 8vo. 
pp. 24. [1858 

Caldwell, Samuel Luxt, D. D. 1820-89. Clergyman, Bangoi-, 1846-58. 
Address to California pilgrims. 1849. See Shepard, George. 

Caldwell, Zexas. 1800-26. Principal Maine Wesleyan Seminary, 
Readfield. 
Commemorative Notice of, by Daniel Kilburn, 1861. See Sprague, 
William B. 

Calef, Johx. Physician, b. Ipswich, Mass., 1725. d. St. Andrews, N. 
B., 1812. r. Castine during the Revolution. 
Siege of Penobscot by the Rebels; containing a journal of pro- 
ceedings of His Majesty's forces detached from the 74th and 82d 
regiments, consisting of about 700 rank and file, under com- 
mand of Brigadier-General Francis M'Lean. and of three of His 
Majesty's sloops of war, of 16 guns each, under command of 
Captain Henry Mowat, senior officer; when besieged by three 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 227 

thousand three hundred (rebel) land forces, under the command 
of Brigadier Genei'al Solomon Lovell, and seventeen rebel ships 
and vessels of war, under command of G. Saltonstall, commodore. 
To vphich is annexed a proclamation issued June 15, 1779, by- 
General M' Lean and Captain Barclay to inhabitants; also Briga- 
dier General Lovell's proclamation to the inhabitants; and his let- 
ter to Commodore Saltonstall found on board rebel ship Hunter; 
together with names, forces and commanders of rebel ships de- 
stroyed in Penobscot bay and river, August 14 and 15, 1779. 
With a chart of the Peninsula of Majabigwaduce and of Penob- 
scot River. To which is subjoined a postcript, wherein a short 
account of Penobscot is given. By J. C. Esq., — a volunteer. 
London: Printed for G. Kearsleep, in Fleet Street, and Ashbury 
and Neele, (late Spilsbury's) in Russell-Court, Covent Garden. ^ 

M,DCC,LXXXI. Svo. pp. 44. (Large folded chart.) [1859 \v'T 

The postscript cites ''Barry's CHory of America," but such a work is un- ■^. C't' 
known. A reprint of the JournafTs contained in Wheeler, George A., P^ 
"History of Castine, ' &c., pp. 290-314. A pamphlet copy owned by the Maine 
Historical Society was purchased in 1860, for three dollars, One in the 
library of Gen. John Marshall Brown, of Portland, cost twenty-two dollars. 
Sabin mentions a sale at twenty dollars. In 1887, Charles L. Woodward, 
bookseller, New York, sold an uncut copy bound by F. Bedford in crushed 
levant morocco, tooled inside borders, gilt top, for forty dollars. 

Calhoun, George Albiox, D. D. 1788-1867. Clergyman. 

Sermon at the ordination of Rev. Ebenezer Carpenter, York, Me., 
Feb. 17, 1830. By George A. Calhoun, pastor of the church in 
North Coventry, Conn. Also at the installation of Rev. Aljjheus 
Miller, Andover, Conn, July 24, 1829. Portland: Shirley & Hyde, 
Exchange Street. 1830. 8vo. pp. 21. [1860 

Calhoun, John Caldwell. 1782-1850. Statesman. 

Speech of Mr. Calhoun of South Carolina, in the Senate, on the 
treaty of Washington. August, 1842. n. t. p. Svo, pp. 8. [1861 

Califoenia. Maine Association. 

Fifth Annual Reunion of the State of Maine Association of Cali- 
fornia, held at Bodger"s Central Park, Oakland, May 6, 1882. 
Poem by J. G. Severance, Esq. Oration by Geo. E. Whitney, 
Esq. To which is added the plan of organization of the asso- 
ciation, and list of members. Oakland: Weekly Vidette Steam 
Job Print, 1074 Thirteenth Avenue. 1882. Svo. pp. 18. [1862 

Calkins, Marshall. 

A Lecture delivered May 27th, 1856, before the Maine Medical Re- 
form Society, by Marshall Calkins, M. D., professor of anatomy 
and physiology in the Electric Medical College of Philadelphia. 
Worcester Jour, of Medicine. 11:274. (1856.) [1863 



228 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Callahan, Geo. A. 

History of King Hiram's Chapter, No. 9, of Royal Arch Masons, 
Lewiston, Maine. Date of precedence. Nov. 28, 1854. Compiled 
by Geo. A. Callahan. P. H. P. Lewiston: Printed by Geo. A. 
Callahan. 1885. 8vo. pp. 01. [1864 

Camden. Incorporated 1791. 

Sermon, ordination Thomas Cochran. 1805. See Packard, Hezekiah. 

Discourse after the interment of Jonas Wheeler. 1826. See Drew, 

William A. 

The Mountain City. (Monterey.) 1847. See Dakin, Moses. 

Sermon, semi-centennial. 1855. See Chase, Benj. C. 

History. 1859. See Locke, John L. 

Directory. 1868. See Langford & Chase. 

Directory. 1875. See Adams, W. S. & Co. 

Legend of. 1877. See Higginson, Mary P. 

Directory. 1877-78. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. 

U. S. Coast Survey Chart of Camden and Rockport Harbor. 1879. 

Size, 14 X 17 inches. Scale 3: 17. [18G5 

Directory. 1882-83. See Greenough, W. A. & Co. 

Annals. 1883. See Fletcher, Nathan C. 

Sermon, Methodist centennial. 1884. See Pilsbury, W. H. 

Picturesque. 1886. See Simonton, T. R. 

Leading Business Men. 1888. See Bangor. 

Fair Maid of Megunticook. 1888. See Cleveland, Geo. H. 

Mountains on Coast of Maine. 1890. See Prescott, John R. 

Directory. 1890. See Sparrow, A. B. 

Came, Samuel McIntyee. b. 1838. Lawyer, Alfred. 

Supplement to history of Alfred, 1872. See Parsons, Usher. 

Cammock, Thomas, d. 1643. Scarborough. 
Notice of. 1848. See Willis, William. 

Campbell, Alexandek. d. 1808. Cherryfield. 

Sketch of. (1886.) See Williamson, W. D. 
Account of. 1886. See Drummond, Josiah H. 

Campbell, Alexander, |of Saint George, Warren, Me. 1736. Bang. 
H. M. 4: 103. (1888.) [1866 

Campbell Family. Miscellaneous. Bang. H. M. 4: 91. (1888.) [1867 

Campbell, James, d. 1828. Harrington. 
Sketch of. (1886.) See Williamson, W. D. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 229 

Campbell, John C. Pembroke. 

History of Crescent Lodge, No. 78, Free and Accepted Masons, 
Pembroke, Me. From 1870 to December 31, 1880. By John C. 
Campbell. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1882. 12mo. pp. 
21-40. [1868 

Campbell, Thomas, and family, of Orrington. (1888.) See Porter, 
J. W. 

Campbell, Zenas. 

Campbell's Murray, being a catechetical abridgement of Murray's 
English Grammar. Illustrated by specimens of etymological and 
syntactical parsing. To which are added a few rules from other 
approved authors : designed for the different classes of learners, 
and for the use of grammar schools. By Zenas Campbell, in- 
structor of youth. Norway, Me. : Printed at the Observer Office, 
by Asa Barton. 1828. 24mo. pp. 83. [1869 

Man's First Estate, and high revolt. A poem in two parts. By 

Zenas Campbell, author of the Grammatical Interrogatoi-. 
Kaise and support wliat in ine's low, 

Illume what in me's, dark, 
"Wisdom and strength to me bestow, 
What else I need, impart. Page iv. 

Norway, Me. : Goodnow & Phelps, Printers. 1829. sm. 8vo. pp. 
180. [1870 

The Christian's Only Hope: or, the faith once delivered to the 

Christians. By Eld. Z. Campbell. New York: Published by the 
author. 1852. 16mo. pp. 43 (1). [1871 

Campobello. -See Bates, Arlo, and Peabody, H. C. 

Canaan. Incorporated 1788. 

Sermon, ordination Jonathan Calef. 1796. See Hemmenway, 
Moses. 

History, 1849. See Hanson, John W. 

Groton, Mass., families at. 1890. .See Green, Samuel A. 

Canada. 

Proposed county of. 1760. -See Stirling, Earl of. 
Documents in relation to the Canada road. Portland: Thos. Todd. 

1828. 8vo. pp. 8. [1872 

Canadian French Dialect spoken in Maine. 1877. See Sheldon, 
Edward S. 

Candage, James, and family, Bluehill. 1890. .See Candage, R. G. F. 



230 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Candage, Rufus George Fkedeeick. b. Bluehill, 1826. r. Brook- 
line, Mass. 
Settlement and progress of the town of Bluehill, Maine. An his- 
torical address by E. G. F. Candage, member of New England 
Historical Genealogical Society, at Bluehill Falls, Sei>tember 7, 
1886. Published and for sale by the Ladies Social Library, Blue- 
hill, Maine. 8vo. pp. 43. (Port.) [187-3 

Sketches of the representatives to the General Court of Massachu- 
setts, Me., prior to 1820. Contributed by Pi. G. F. Candage, Esq., 
of Boston. Bang. H. M. 3:191. (1888.) [1874 

An Account of the Cavendish, Candish or Candage family. By R. 

G. F. Candage of Brookline, Mass. Bang. H. M. 4: 129. (1889.) 

[187.5 

The same. In separate form. Bangor, Me.: B. A. Burr, Printer. 

1889. 8vo. pp. 9. 

Memoir of Rev. Jonathan Fisher, of Bluehill, Maine. Bang. H. M. 

4: 221. (1889.) [1876 

The same, reprinted from the Bangor Historical Magazine. Bangor- 

Benjamin A. Burr, Printer. 1889. 8vo. pp. 9. 

Genealogy of the family of Rev. Jonathan Fisher, of Bluehill, Me. 

Bang. H. M. .5:6.5. (1889.) [1877 

Families of Early Settlers in Bluehill, Maine. From the i^apers of 

the late R. G. W. Dodge, Esquire, of Bluehill, rearranged and 
added to by R. G. F. Candage, Esquire, of Brookline, Mass., a 
native of Bluehill. The editor of this magazine has added some- 
thing to the accounts of the Darling, Colburn and Stetson families. 
Bang. H. M. 5:181. (1890.) [1878 

Contents. Amos Allen, Simeon Burnham, James Candage, Moses Carlton, 
James Carter, Jonathan Clay. Nathaniel Cashing, Jr., Asa Clough, John 
Clough, Thomas Coggin, Jeremiah Colburn, .Jonathan Day, .James Day, 
Jonathan Darling, Jr., Jonah Dodge, Elisha Dodge, Jonathan Ellis, Nathan 
Ellis, Daniel Faulkner, Benjamin Friend, Ebenezer Floyd, Reuben Gray, 
David Green, .John Green, .John Grindle, Freeman Hardin, Seth Hewins, 
Ebenezer Hinckley, Nicholas Holt, Joshua Horton, Obed .Johnson, Seth Kim- 
ball, Samuel Knowles, Caleb Merrill, Samuel Morse, Joshua Oakes, Atherton 
Oakes, Joseph Osgood, from Andover, Ezekiel Osgood, (Nathan) Parker, 
Peter Parker, Robert Parker, Ezra Parker, John Peters, Phinehas Pillsbury, 
John Roundy, James Savage, Edward Sinclair, Samuel Stetson, Jeremiah, 
Stover, Theodore Stevens, George Stevens, Dr. Nathan Tenney, Spencer 
Treworgy, Andrew Withaui, Joseph AVood, George Bowers Wright, Benjamin 
York. 

The same, reprinted from the Bangor Historical Magazine. 

Bangor: Benjamin B. Burr, Printer. 1889. 8vo. pp. 37. 

Candish Family. Account of. 1889. See Candage, R. G. F. 

"Candour." PsckiJ. 

To the Electors of Lincoln District. (Signed "Candour.") n. d. 
(1807.) 8vo. pp. 8. [1879 



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Canibas. 

Savages on Kennebec River. 1611. See Relations des Jesuites. 

Visited by Champlain; beseige and take Pemkuit. -See Charlevoix, 

P. F. X. 

Cannox, Miss Gebtkude. Augusta. 

Mistress Marian's Light. By Gertrude Morton. N. E.Mag. 1:89. 
(1889.) [1880 

Canton. Incorporated 1821. 

Proprietors, Sudbury-Canada grant. 1741. -See Washburn, Israel 
Jr. 

History of Whitney Lodge, Canton, from March 21, A. D., 1872, to 

December 31, A. D., 1880. Canton: J. W. Bicknell, Steam 
Printer. 1882. 12mo. pp.23. [1881 

Signed W. H. H. Washburn, Dana Bradford, T. C. Wright, committee. 

Cape Elizabetu. Incorporated 1765. 

Patent to Robert Trelawney. 1631. -See Baxter, James P. 

Farm of Col. Samuel Waldo at. 1771. -See Emery, Edvrin. 

Sermon, ordination William Gregg. 1801. -See Miltimore, J. 

Sermon, ordination Benjamin Sawyer. 1809. -See Wines, Abijah. 

A Week's Ramble at. 1858. -See Carnes, J. A. 

Discovery of a heath in. 1869. -See Wood, William. 

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Graveyard inscriptions. 1888. -See Cobb, Isaac. 

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232 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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Caklton, Moses, and family, Bluehill. 1890 See Candage, R. G. F. 

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Carpknter, F. H. 

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Carpenter, Henry (Bernard). 

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Pp. 117-168, sketch of Hannibal Hamlin, with portrait. 

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" All nature is but art unknown to thee : 

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Portland: Printed by David Tucker. 1862. 8vo. pp. 12. [1896 



234 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Carruthers, John Johnston, D. D., Continued. 

Introduction to Chronological Commentary. 1865. See Bartli, C. 

G. 
Sketch of. 1890. -See Cummings, Ephraim C. 

Carson, Hampton L. Philadelphia. 

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Cajbswell, LrcRETiA p. Yarmovith. 

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Carter, Bbiggs Thomas, M. D. 1814-74. Physician, Jefferson. 
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Carter, James, and family, Bluehill. 1890. See Candage, R. G. F. 

Carter, Nathaniel Hazeltine. 1887-30. Author, r. Portland. 
1812-15. 
An Oration delivered before the Republicans of Portland, on the 
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Loch Katrine. (1836.) See Stephens, Ann S. 

Carter, Robert. 1819-79. Editor, Cambridge, Mass. 
A Summer Cruise on the Coast of New England. 
" They are becalmed in the clearest daj-s, 

And in rough weather tost: 
Tliey wither under cold delays, 

Or are in tempests lost. 
One while they seem to touch the port. 

Then straight into the main, 
Some angrj- wind in cruel sport, 
Tlie vessel drives again. " 

Sir Charles Sedley. 

" How sweet it was 

Eating the lotos daj' by day 
To watch the crisping ripples on the beach, 
And tender curving lines of creamy spray. " 

Tennyson. 

Boston: Crosby & Nichols. New York: Oliver S. Felt. 1864. 
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His praises of Mount Desert involve a prophecy which has since been ful- 
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Carver, Robert. 

Christian Hope. A sermon preached in Berlin, August 13, 1839, 
at the funeral of Mrs. Ann W. Park. Portland: 1839. 8vo. pp. 
20. [1900 

Cary, E. 

Would We Do It Again? Forum, 1 : 228. (1886.) [1901 

On the election of Cleveland and defeat of Blaine In 1884. 

Cary, James. Brunswick. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1889. See Booker, Ira P. 

Cary, Nelsox Howard, M. D. 1807-77. Physician, Durham. 
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Cary, Samuel. Unitarianism in Portland. Chr. Ex. 44:34. (1848.) 

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Cary, Theodore. Houlton. 

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The Press of Aroostook County. 1872. See Griffin, Joseph. 

Caryon, R. p. August, S. J. Paris, France. 

Primiere Mission des Jesuites au Canada. 1864. [1903 

Destruction of the establishment at Saint Sauveur, 1, notel. 

Letter written by Father Pierre Biard, to the very Rev'd Father Claude 
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Casco. <S'ee Falmouth and Portland. 

Indian Treaty at, 1727. New Hamp. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2: 258. (1824.) 

[1904 
Indian Treaty at, 1727. New Hamp. Province Papers. 4: 254. [1905 

Casco Bay. 

Fort in, taken by De Portneuf ; attacked by Abnaquis under Beau- 

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The Corsair of. (A tale.) 1844. -See Ingrahara, J. H. 

Inhabitants at. N. E. Reg. 39: 286. (1885.) [1906 

Chronicles of. 1850. See Colesworthy, Daniel C. 

Sketch of. 1873. See De Costa, B. F. 

U. S. Coast Su.rvey Chart of. 1879. Size 25 x 38 inches. Scale 

1:58. [1907 

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Illustrated. 1890. See Drake, Samuel A. 



236 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Case, Isaac. 1761-1852. Clergyman, Maine, 1783-1852. 

Letter from. Am. Bapt. Mag. 4:347. (1824.) [1908 

Funeral Sermon on. 1852. See Thurston, David. 

Memorial of. 1887. See Burrage, Henry S. 

Case, Isaac Winslow. 1822-63. Teacher, Kenduskeag. 
Funeral Sermon on. 1863. See Sewall, D. 

Castanis, Cheistopher Plato. Scio, Greece. 

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With an essay on the history of mythology, and relics of Grecian 
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teachers of the principal seminaries and literary institutions of 
the United States. Portland: W. Hyde. 1844. 8vo. 2. pi. pp. 
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Castin, Babon De St. See Saint Castin. 

Castin, Joseph Dabadis De St. 

Letter from Baron De Castin, the younger, 1725. (Copied from the 

Massachusetts Archives, Vol. 29, pp. 226, by J. L. Stevens.) N. 

E.Reg. 14:139. (1860.) [1910 

Anselm, the elder brother of Joseph, is known in history as " Castin the 

younger. " 

Castix the Younger. See Godfrey, John E. 

Castine. Incorporated 1796; as Penobscot, 1787. 

See also, Charnis^, Charles d'Aulnay de; Penobscot; Pentagoet; 

Saint Castin, Jean Yincent de I'Abadie, Baron d; Tour, Charles 

Amador de Saint Etienne. 
Plymouth colonists have trading-hovise there, 1630; robbed by 

the French, 1631, 1635; Girling's expedition to recover. 1635. 

See Bradford, William. [1911 

Restored to English by Razilly. 1635. See Relations des Jesuites. 

Missions at. 164.3-44. See Capuchins. 

Caphucin Fathers at. 1647. See Relations des Jesuites. 

French fort at. 1647. See Murdock, Beamish. 

Visit of Mohawk Indians to. 1662. See Gardner, Thomas. 

Deposition concerning. 1663. N. E. Reg. 8: 285. (1854.) [1912 

Description of fort at. 1670. See Haliburton, T. C 

Visit of Sir Edmund Andros to. 1688. See Hutchinson, Thomas. 

Fort Penatgoet at. Built by La Tour; held by Commander de 

Razilly; taken by English; restored in spite of Sir T. Temple; 
Grandfontaine at; Chambly at; taken by Dutch; plundered and 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 237 

taken by English; fort demolished by Dutch; restored by St. 

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-Patriotism of inhabitants. 1775. See Williamson, Joseph. 
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PENOBSCOT EXPEDITION, 1779. 

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-Journal found on Continental ship Hunter. See Operations in 

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-Sir George Collier's dispatch concerning the siege. Gentlemen's 

Magazine, 49:469. (1779.) [1913 

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(1779.) [1913a 

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See Massachusetts. 
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George. 
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Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 5th ser. 4: 281 [1914 

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-Letter concerning. 1828, See Wadsworth, Peleg. 
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238 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Castine, Continued. 

Account of, with plan. 1888. See Winsor, Justin. 

— ^Sir John Moore at. 1779. See Williamson, Joseph. 



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-British occupation of. 1779-84. <See Williamson, Joseph. 

-Names in. 1780-90. See Porter, J. W. 

-Loyalists at. 1783. See Jack, Edward. 

-Buildings at Majorbigwaduce, now Castine, in 1784. (From Mass- 
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(1887.) [1915 

-Petition from the inhabitants of Baggaduce to the General Court, 
June 3, 178.5. (Penobscot and Castine.) (From Massachusetts 
Archives.) Bang. H. M. 3: 77. (1887.) [1916 

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-Custom officers at. 1789. See Porter, J. W. 

-Castine and Penobscot names. (178-5-90.) Bang. H. M. 1: 57 
(1885.) [1917 

-Sermon, death of Miss Nancy Mann. 1799. See Mason, William. 

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-The name of Castine. From Gov. Sullivan's History of the Penob- 
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-Theatre at. 1815. See Williamson, Joseph. 

-Trial at, for murder. 1817. See Knight, William. 

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-Whitney family at. 1860. See Whitney, Henry A. 

-Eastern State Normal School, established 1863. See Maine Public 
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240 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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Castine and Penobscot Bay. (Tllus.) 1889. See Peabody, H. G. 

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A Sermon at the ordination of the Rev. Samuel Cook, over the 

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The Messiah's Victory. A discourse. Delivered at installation of 

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The Superior Glory of Gospel Worship. A sermon delivered Nov. 19, 

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Triumphs of Intellect. A lecture delivered October 1824, in the 

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Sermon delivered in the chapel of Waterville College, April 3, 1825, 

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A Discourse on the prophecies; more especially on those prophecies 
which predict the rise, continuance and downfal (.sv'c) of those two 
great antichristian empires, founded by the Pope and Mohammed: 
together with the remarkable and glorious events which will im- 
mediately follow : being the substance of two sermons preached 
at Bethel. By E. Chapman, V. D. M. Published by desire. 

Write the things which thou has seen, and the things which are, and the 
things which shall be hereafter. Rev. 1st, 19th. Come up hither, and I will 
show thee things which must be hereafter.— Rev. 4th, 1st. 

Printed at Portland by John K. Baker. 1797. 8vo. pp. 39. [2033 
Chapman, Edward. 1878. See Chapman, Jacob and Lapham, W. B. 

Chapman, George W. Gilead. 

History of Gilead, and prose and poetic writings by George W. 
Chapman. Portland: Published by the author. B. Thurston & 
Co., Printers. 1867. 12mo. pp. 132. [2034 

Sketch of. 1875. See Lapham, William B. 



254 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Chapman, Henry Leland. h. Betliel, 1845. Instructor and pro- 
fessor Bowdoin College from 1869. 
Centennial Poem. 1874. See Bethel. 

Poem at Williams College. 1877. See Alpha Delta Phi. 

Kemarks at celebration 84th birthday Prof. A. S. Packard. 1882. 

See Maine Hist. Soc. Coll. 

Eemarks on Prof. Alpheus S. Packard. 1884. See Little, George 

T. 

American Literature in England. Address at unveiling bust of 

Longfellow. 1885. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d ser. 2: 200. [2035 

Remarks on the Rev. Dr. Samuel G. Brown. 1886. See Brown, 

Samuel Gilman. 

Studies in Shakespeare. And. Rev. 5: 112. (1886.) [2036 

Stedman's Poets of America. And. Rev. 2: 224. (1886.) [2037 

Historical Sketch of the Fraternity of *. B. K., Alpha of Maine. 

1888. See Bowdoin College. 

Early Movements to Separate the District of Maine from Massachu- 
setts, and the Brunswick conveuti(jn of 1816, by Henry L. Chap- 
man. Pej. Hist. Soc. Coll. 1: 1. (1889.) [2038 

Poem, 150th anniversary of Brunswick. 1889. See Brunswick. 

Chapman, Jacob and Lapham, Dr. W. B. 

Edward Chapman, of Ipswich, Mass., in 1644, and some of his de- 
scendants. Portland. 1878. 8vo. pp. 34. [2039 

Chapman, John Eliphaz. b. Bethel, 1853. Lawyer, Boston. 

Class of '77. Bowdoin College. Record. No. 3. Decennial re- 
port. June 1, 1887. 

" 'Tis time I should inform you further. " The Tempest. 1 : 2. 
Boston: Alfred Mudge & Son, Printers. 24 Franklin Street. 
1887. 8vo. pp. 32. [2040 

Chapone, Hester M. English author. 1727-1801. 

Letters on the improvement of the mind. Addressed to a lady. 
By Mrs. Chapone. 

I consider an human soul without education, like marble in the quarry, 
which shows none of its inherent beauties till the skill of the polisher 
fetches out the color, makes the surface shine and discovers every orna- 
mental cloud, spot, and vein that runs through the body of it. Kducatiou, 
after the same manner, when it works upon a noble mind, draws out to view 
every latent virtue and perfection, which without such helps, are never 
able to make their appearance. Addison. 

Portland: Printed for Daniel Johnson. John M'Kown, Printer, 
n. d. 16mo. pp. 186. [2041 

First published in 1773. " As well calculated to improve the rising gene- 
ration as it was the youth of their grandmothers. " Mrs. Elwood. " The 
admirable Mrs. Chapone " is mentioned by Thackeray in " Vanity Fair. " 



BIBLIOGEAPHY OF MAINE. 255 

Character and use of Scriptures. Bangor, 1824. pp. 19. [2042 

Charles II. 1630-85. King of England. 

Letter to inhabitants of Maine sustaining claim of Gorges to 

Maine, and ordering the province to be restored to him. 1664. 

See Hutchinson, Thomas. 
Letter to Massachusetts disapproving of purchase of Maine. 1679. 

See Hutchinson, Thomas. 

Charleston. Incorporated 1811. 

History Olive Branch Lodge. 1864-81. See Smith, O. L. 

Abstract of centennial discourse at. 1876. See Kobinson, Thomas 

B. 

Charlevoix, Pierre Fran<;ois Xavier de, S.J. 1682-1761. French 
historian and missionary. 
History and general description of New France. By the Eev. P. 
F. X. de Charlevoix, S. J. Translated, with notes, by John 
Gilmary Shea. In six volumes. New York: John (Mlmary Shea. 
1866 to 1872. Imperial 8vo. Vol. I. pp. 286. (5 plates and map.) 
Vol. II. pp. 284. (6 plates and 2 maps.) Vol. III. pp. 312. 
(Port, and 4 maps.) Vol. IV. pp. 308. (Map and 3 plates.) 
Vol. V. pp. 311. (9 maps and plates.) Vol. VI. pp 2.56. (1.) 
(2 ports. 2 maps.) The original was published in 1744. [2043 

Contents relating to Maine, 

Abenaquis capture Fort Pemkuit. 4:40. Seize fourteen English forta 
near Kennebec, 43. 

Acadia, situation and description, 1: 248. 

Andres, Sir Edmund, builds Fort Pemaquid. 3: 210. Plunders Pentagoet, 
211. 

Argall, Samuel, expels French from St. Sauveur, 1 : 279; ruins St. Sauveur, 
282. 

Arrowsick Island, treaty at, 5: 267; conference at, 272; situation of, 273. 

Baxter, Rev. Joseph, missionary; sent to Kennebec, 5:268; controversy 
•with Rale, ib.; retires, 269; notice of, 268. 

Biard, F. Peter, sufEerings and his relations in Acadia, 270; preaches to the 
Canibas, 273: goes to St. Sauveur, 275; site of his colony, 277. 

Biencourt, Charles de, goes with Biard to Kinibequi, 273. 

Bigot, Father Vincent, gathers an Abenaqui village near Pentagoet, 3: 308 

Bomazeen, Abenatjui chief, treacherously seized, 4: 273. 

Canibas, visited by Champlain,!: 49; besiege and take Pemkuit, 4: 40: 5: 25. 

Capuchens, have hospice on the Kennebec, and house at Pentagoet, 2: 203; 
3: 129, n. 

Casco Bay, fort in, taken by De Portneuf . 4 : 133 ; attacked by Abenaquis 
under Beaubassin,and relieved by Southwick. 5: 161, n. 

Castine, near Pentagoet. 3: 130, n. 

Charnise, Charles de Menou, Seigneur D' Aulnay de, notice of, 3: 131-32, n.; 
Governor of Acadia, in 1647, 129; had fort on Penobscot, 130. 

Church, Benjamin, at Fort Pemaquid, 4: 228. 

Cromwell, Oliver, grants Acadia to Temple, La Tour and Crown, 3: 132, n. 

Damisokantik. (Megantie Lake, or Farmington Falls?) Abenaqui mis- 
sion at, 5: 167, n. 



256 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

CnART,EVOix, PiEKRE Franqois Xavier de, S. J., Contimied. 

Druilletes, F. Gabriel, Jesuit, Abenaqui missionary, at Kennebec, 2 : 201. 

Etechemiiis, Indians, formerly occupied all from Port Royal to Kennebec, 
1: 27C; tlieir province formerly called Norumbegua; its limits, 1: 249. 

Fort Lojal, taken by I'ortneuf , 4 : 133. 

Fort Femaquid or Pemquid or Pemkuit, built by Andres, 3: 210; site, lb., 
n.; account of, 4: 40, n.; taken by Canibas, 40: 43; rebuilt in 1692; 227, n.; 
failure of Villebon's attempt on, 22S; English base hopes on, 255; Indian ■ 
treaty at, ib.; IJomazeen and other Abenaquis seized at, 273: 5: 23. 

Fort PentagiJet, built by La Tour, 3:129; held by Commander de Razilly, 
129; taken by English, 135; by Dutch, 188, 294. 

Frye, Rev. Jonathan, of Lovewell's party, scalps Indians, 5: 279, n. 

Grandfontaine, Hubert d'Andigny, Chevalier de, as governor of Acadia: 
resides at Peutagoet, 186; relieved by de Chambly, 187; appoints St. Castin 
his lieutenant, 211. 

Guercheville, Antoinette de Pons, Marchioness de, purchases De Monts' 
rights in Acadia; projects new settlement (at Mount Desert) ; its situation, 
277; its destruction, 279; endeavors to obtain indemnity in England, for de- 
destruction of St. Sauveur, 285. 

Harmon, Capt., plunders Norridgewalk, and carries off Rale's dictionary 
and strong box, 5: 276; on Rale's death, 280, n. 

Heath, Capt., destroys Indian town. 5: 277, n. 

Hopegood, Abenaqui chief, 4: 128, n.; 132, n. 

Kennebec, called Kinibequi, Quinibequi, 1 : 49. De Monts explores to, 223; 
Capuchin hospice on. 2: 202; Druilletes labors among Indians on, 214; under 
jurisdiction of Plymouth. 214; English on warned off by St. Lusson, 3:170; 
English think of settling on, 5: 92; Villebon claims it as boundary of Xew 
France, 92, n.; English by surprise settle on, 270; result, ib. 

Livingston, Philip, entertained at Penobscot by Baron St. Castin, who sub- 
sequently saves his life, 233, n. 

Madockawando, Abenaquis chief, treats with English, 4: 255; Baron de St. 
Castin marries Matilda, daughter of, 5: 274, n. 

Malecites, Acadian Indians near Pentagfiet, also called Etechmins, 1: 270; 
part of Abenaquis tribes, 2: 276; at siege of Pemkuit, 5: 25. 

Marsh, Colonel, sent to build fort at Saco, 5: 200, n. 

Missionaries, abandon Indians of Pentagoet on account of disorder caused 
by liquor, 3: 308. 

Monts, Peter de Gaust, Sieur de, settlement, on St. Croix Island, 1 : 49, 
2.52. 

Mount Desert, near mouth of Penobscot, Father Biard begins settlement 
of St. Sauveur on, 1: 271; frequented by English fishermen, 279; settlement 
on, destroyed by Argall, 279; Iberville at, 27; Vincellotte at, 51. 

Neutral Island, the St. Croix of de Monts. 1: 252. 

Norumbega, what it was, 1 : 249, 253; river of, said by Charlevoix to be the 
Pentagoet, 275, n. 

Norridgewalk, Narantsook, Abenequi town; Druilletes at, 2: 214, n.; Rale, 
missionary at, 5: 20S; New England expedition against, 271; letter of Indians 
of, to governor of Massachusetts, 273, n. ; Rale's church at, ib. ; plundered by 
English, 275; English fail to carry off Rale from, 276; rendezvous of Indians, 
277; surprised by New Englanders who kill Rale, 278; Father de Syresmo at, 
281. 

Passadumkeag, Indian town destroyed by AVestbrooke, 5: 277, n. 

Pegwakki, Abenakis of, write to governor of Massachusetts, 5: 273., n. 

Pemkuit, (Pemaquid) fort, built by English, 3: 210; taken by Canabas, 4 : 40. 
43: restored by English, 227; Iberville and Bonaventurefail to take, 228; King 
orders it to be attacked, 275; why,5: 23; captured, 25; described, ib.; English 
propose to restore, 92. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 257 

Penobscot, 1: 49; Col. Westbrooke destroys town on, 5: 277, n. 
Pentagoet River, 1:49; bounds Etecbmins, 24'J; position, 253; described, 
276; Indian name, 275; Armouchiquois formerly between Kinibequi and, 277; 
taken by English, 3: 135; restored in spite of Sir T. Temple, 139; Grandfon- 
taine at, 186; Chambly at, 1S7; taken by Dutch, 188; plundered and taken by 
English, 211; fort demolished by Dutch, 188, 294; restored by St. Castin, 294; 
English summon him to surrender, ib.; importance, 295; mission at, 308; pil- 
laged, 4:15; exploits of Indians of, 40-3; Indians of, with Villieu, 256; Iber- 
ville at, 5: 25; 4,15; rendezvous of Nesmondand Froutenac, 71; Indians of, 
address governor of Massachusetts, 273, n. 

Phibs, (Phips), Sir William, attempts to assassinate St. Castin, 4: 236; 
frightens Abenaquis into negotiation, 255; interview with Abenaquis, 257. 
Poorpooduck, ravaged by Abenaquis, 5: 1(1, n. 

Rasles (Rale), Father Sebastian, Jesuit, notice of, 5: 281, n.; anxious to ar- 
rest hostilities, 266; attempt of Rev. J. Baxter to pervert flock of, 268; their 
controversies, 269; why persecuted by the English, 275; they wish Abenaquis 
to surrender or send him away, 275; set a price on his head, 275; in danger of 
being carried off, 275; church and house pillaged by Harmon, and his dic- 
tionary and strong box carried off, 276, n.; urged to retire to Quebec, 278; his 
reply, 278; killed by English, ib.; outrages to his corpse, 279; eulogium on, 
280; esteemed by his flock, ib.; reputation in Canada, 281; answer of superior 
of seminary of Montreal, ib.; letters of, noticed, 1: 88-89; Lives of, 5: 281; es- 
timate of his conduct, 5: 280; monument to, 281, n. 

Saco, Abenaquis murdered at, 4: 273. 

Sagadahoc Bay, 5: 273, n. 

Saint Castin, Baron .Tohn Vincent de, sketch of, 3: 294, n; ensign, not cap- 
tain in Carignan-Sali6res regiment; appointed by Grandfontaine his lieu- 
tenant, 211 n; summoned by English to surrender Fort Pentagiiet, 294; calls 
on Denonville for aid, ib.; report of, ib.; establishment pillaged by English, 
4: 15.; marries an Indian wife, 211; report to Frontenac, ib.; English attempt 
to assassinate, 236; leads 200 Indians at siege of Pemkuit, 5:25; exploit at 
siege of Port Royal, 193; Subercase attributes its deliverance to, 194; am- 
buscades English and attacks their work, 193; wounded, 199. 

Saint Castin. Baron Anselm de, son of preceding, commandant at Penta- 
goet, 5: 235: sent to Vaudreuil to report surrender of Port Royal, 5:233; en- 
tertains Livingston at Penobscot, ib., n.; saves his life, ib.; appointed com- 
mandant in Acadia, 235; and lieutenant, 274, n.; treacherously carried off by 
English, 273; interrogated as a criminal at Boston, 274; Vaudreuil demands 
release of, 275; set at liberty and goes to France, ib.; prevented Abenequis 
from joining English, 302; marries Charlotte d'Armour, 274, n. 

Sainte Croix Island, De Monts settles at, 1: 251; inconvenient, 252; aban- 
doned, 253; ruined by English, 283; taken by Kertk and Stirling, 2:59, n.; 
English claim to, 1: 116. 

Saint George River (Maine) , limits between New France and New England 
iixed at, in 1700, 5: 93. 

Saint Sauveur, or Savior's, 3Ime. de Guercheville's colony on Mount Desert 
Island, 1: 277; its position, ib., n.; destroyed by English, 279. 

Salmon Falls, (Sementels), taken by a Three River party; now Berwick, 
131, n.; Indian name, ib. 

Saussaye, M. de la, sent out in charge of Mad. de Guercheville's colony, 
275; settles on Soames' Sound, Mt. Desert Island, ib., n.; neglects to fortify, 
ib., n.; attacked by Argall, 279; taken to England, 281. 

Scarborough, ravaged, 5: 161, n. 

Syresmo, Father James de, Jesuit, succeeds Rale at Norridgewalk, 5: 281, n. 

Temple, Sir Thomas, pretensions over Nova Scotia, 3:132; signs a docu- 
ment at Boston restoring Acadia and adjacent shores to France, 138; unwill- 
ing to surrender Pentagciet, ib; surrenders to Grandfontaine, 139; its value 
to him, 187. 
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258 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Charlevoix, Pierre Fran<;ois Xavier de, S. J., Continued. 

Thet, Brother Gilbert du, Jesuit, killed at Mount Desert, 1: 280. 

Thury, Rev. Peter, Canibas missionary, sketch of, 4: 40; at Pentagoet, 40-3. 

Treaty with Abenequis at Mare Point, 5: 98, n.; at Arrowsick Island, 2C7, n. 

Weems, Captain (James), Commandant at Fort Pemkuit when taken by 
Canibas, 4: 41-2, n. 

Wells, attacked, 4: 227. 

Westbrook, Colonel, destroyes Penobscot town, church &c., at Passadum- 
keag, 5: 277, u. 

York, destroyed by Indians, 4 : 227. 

Charnise, Charles de Menou, Seigneur D'aulnay be. 1605-50. 
Frencb proprietor, Penobscot. See Tour, Charles Amador de 
St. Etienne. 
Motion to United Colonies, for satisfaction for injuries at Penob- 
scot. 1644. See Hazard E. 

Letters concerning. See Hutchinson, Thomas. 

Notice of. 1744. See Charlevoix, P. F. X. 

Novel, concerning; "The Rivals of Acadia." (1827.) See Cheney, 

Harriet V. 

Hostilities with La Tour. See Haliburton, T. C. 

Papers relative to. 1838. See Felt, Joseph B. 

History of. 1852. See Menou, Jules de. 

Notice of. (From the French of Count Jules de Menou.) 1858. 

See Jenks, William. 

Account of. 1865. See Murdoch, Beamish. 

Account of. (1879.) See Hannay, James. 

Notice of and autograph. 1884. See "Winsor, Justin. 

The La Tours and D'Aulnay. 1884. See Smith, Philip H. 

Novel concerning; Constance of Acadia. 1886. See Tenney, Ed- 
ward P. 

Chase, Albro Elmore, h. Paris, 1844. r. Portland. 

Paper relating to history of the Press in Cumberland County. 

1884. See Maine Press Association. 
Essay: "William Caxton, the first English Printer." 1887. See 

Maine Press Association. 

Chase, A. L. Sebec; and Wallace, F. H., Oswego, N. Y. 

A Summer at Moosehead Lake and Vicinity. 1889. From 
"Canoe and Camera." T. S. Steele. Copyright, 1888. Chase & 
Wallace, sm. ob. pp. 40, (2). (Illus.) [2044 

Chase, A. M. Woodstock. 

Editor. Reunion of the teachers and scholars of Woodstock held 
at Bryant's Pond, October 9, 1890. Reported by A. M. Chase. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 259 

A. M. Chase & Co., Printers, Bryant's Pond, Maine. 1891. 8vo. 
pp. 113. (Port.) [2045 

Contains salutatory, by George Q. Perham : response, Sidney Perham ; 
oration, "Tlie School as a Factor of American Life," Rev. H. S.Whitman; 
obituaries, W. B. Lapham ; poem and validictory, J. C. Gallison. 

Chase, Benjamin Chapman. 1819-68. Clergyman, Camden, Foxcroft. 
Address delivered at Camden, Maine, September 11, 1855, at the 
expiration of half a century from the organization of the First 
Congregational church in that town. By Rev. B. C. Chase, pas- 
tor of the church. Also, a brief sketch of the revival there in 
the year 183G; names of church members, &c. Boston: T. R. 
Marvin. 1855. 8vo. pp. 28. [2046 

Chase, Chabi.es B. 

(No. 47.) The Maine Farmer's Almanac, for the year of our 
Lord, 1865. It being the first after bissextile or leap year, and 
the eighty-ninth-ninetieth of our country's Independence. The 
astronomical computations being given to mean, or true 
clock time, for lat. 44° 16' N. and long. 69° 48' W., or the merid- 
ian (very nearly) of the capitol of the State of Maine, at Augusta. 
Formerly edited By Daniel Robinson. (Illus.) 
"Still on its creeps, 
Each little moment at another's heels, 
Till hours, days, years, and ages are made up 
Of such small parts as these, and men look back 
Worn and bewildered, wondering how it is. 
' Thou trav'llest like a ship in the wide ocean, 

Which hath no bounding shore to mark its progress." 
Hallowell: Masters, Smith & Company. Price ten cents. 12mo. 
pp.48. (Illus.) [2047 

(No. 48.) The Maine Farmers' Almanac, for the year of our Lord, 

1866 : It being the second after bissextile or leap year, and the 
ninetieth-ninety-first of our country's Independence. The 
astronomical computations being to mean, or true clock time, for 
lat. 4° 16' N. and long. 69° 48' W., or the meridian (very 
nearly) of the capitol of the State of Maine, at Augusta. Area 
of the state, 35,000 sq. miles. Population in 1860, 628,600. 
Formerly edited by Daniel Robinson. (Illus.) 
" We see but half the causes of our deeds, 
Seeking them wholly in the outer life, 
And heedless of the encircling spirit-world, 
Which, though unseen, is felt and sows in us 
All germs of pure and world-wide purposes. " 

Hallowell: Masters, Smith & Company. Price ten cents. 12mo. 
pp. 48. (Illus.) [2048 

Chase, Daniel K. Calais. 

Tides. New theory, by D. K. Chase. Boston: Richard L. Gay 
& Co., Printers, 63 Milk Street. 1871. Svo. pp. 12. [2049 



260 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Chase, Edmuxd. Minot. 

Eecord of his des,cendants. 1878. See Lapham, W. B. 

Chase, Miss Eliza Beoavn. 

Over the Border. Acadia, the home of "Evangeline," by 

[ P P' ^ I With illustrations in heliotype from water-color 

\\j) ' ^ I sketches by the author. Boston: James R. Osgood 

and Company. 1884. Sq. 8vo. pp. 215. ['iOoO 

The three notes of music on the title-page represent the author's initials. 

The same, under the following title: 

Over the Border. The separate towns of ?s"ova Scotia and a 
chapter on Mt. Desert. By Miss E. B. Chase. Illustrated and 
with a map. Xew York: Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1889. sm. 
4to. 

Chase, Fbeemax Hexry, M. D. b. 1838. Physician, Orland, Ban- 
gor. 
History of the Rising Sun Lodge, No. 71. Orland, Maine, from 
18.52 to 1869. Bucksport. 1869. Svo. pp. 19. [2051 
History of Rising Sun Lodge, Xo. 71, of Free and Accepted Ma- 
sons, Orland, Me., from A. D. 1852 to A. D. 1874. By P. M. 
Freeman Henry Chase, M. D., lodge historian. 

"The principles on which Free Masonry is founded must be productive of 
private virtue and public prosperity. " 

Geo. Washixgtox. 

Portland : Stephen Berry, Printer. 1874. 12mo. pp. 38. [2052 

Chase, Jonathan. 

The Claims of Reason, or the rights of God. By Jonathan Chase, 
lecturer on the intermediate state, n. p. 1841. 16mo. pp. 36. 

[2053 
Chase, Joshua. Clergyman. Sauford. 

Funeral Sermon on. 1825. See Cook, Gideon. 

Chase, J. J. 

The Charge at Day-break: scenes and incidents at the battle of 
the mine explosion near Peter.sburg, Va., July 30th, 1864. Writ- 
ten by Lieut. J. J. Chase, who is now totally blind in conse- 
quence of a wound received in the fatal charge after the explo- 
sion. Lewiston: Printed at the Journal Office. 1875. 16mo. pp. 
32. [2054 

Chase, Nathaniel. 1761-1853. Clergyman, Buckfield. 

Biographical Sketch of. Am. Bap. Mem. 13:70. (1854.) [2055 
Record of descendants. 1878. See Lapham, W. B. 

Chase, S almond. 1761-1806. Lawyer, Portland. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 261 

Chase, Solon, b. 1823, Chase's Mills, Turner. 

Uncle Solon's Tract. No. 1. Chase's Mills, Me. June 1, 1880. 
8vo. pp. 8. [2056 

Uncle Solon's Tract. No. 2. Chase's Mills, Me. Aug. 1, 1880. 

Svo. pp. 8. [2057 

The Poor Man's Tract. 8vo. pp. 7. [2058 

Poor Man's Tract. No. 1. 8vo. pp. 17. [2059 

Poor Man's Tract. (3) 8vo. pp. 18. [2060 

Chase, Timothy. 1793-1875. Belfast. 

Sketch of. Freemason's Repository. 14: 267. (1885.) (Port.) [2061 

Chautauqua Union, Maine. 

Meetings, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890. See Fryeburg. 

Cheevek, Henky Theodobe, D. D. b. Hallowell, 1814. Clergy- 
man, Worcester, Mass. 
Correspondencies of Faith and Views of Madame Guyon: A com- 
parative study of the unitive power and place of faith in the 
theology and church of the future. By Henry T. Cheever, au- 
thor of "The Pulpit and the Pew," " Island World of the Pa- 
cific," "Life and Religion in the Sandwich Islands," "Biog- 
raphy of Dr. Nathaniel Cheever," etc. New York: Anson D. 
F. Randolph & Company, 900 Broadway, Cor. 20th Street, n. d. 
(1886.) 12mo. pp. xx, 292. [2062 

Dedicated to Bowdoin College. The inception of the work is largely due 
to the writings of Professor Upham, and particularly to his work on Madame 
Guj'on. 

Chelsea. Incorporated 1850. 

Catalogue library of National Home for Disabled Volunteers, 1872. 

Svo. pp. 100. [2063 

Library Catalogue. Eastern branch of the National Home for Dis- 
abled Volunteer Soldiers. With an historical sketch and rules of 
the library, list of the Board of Managers, and officers of the 
home. Togus. Maine. Augusta: New Age Press. 1888. 8vo. 
pp. 165, (1.) [2064 

Souvenir Album of Soldier's Home. 1888. See Maine Guide Books. 

Cheney, Mrs. Harriet Vaughan. Boston, Montreal, P. Q. 
The Rivals of Acadia, an old story of the new world. 
When two authorities are up, 
Neither supreme, how soon confusion 
May enter 'twixt the gap of both, and take 
The one by the other. 

Shakfspeare. 

Boston: Wells and Lilly, Court Street. 1827. 12mo. pp. 271. 

[2065 
Reviewed in the U.S. Rev. and Lit. Gaz. 2:94. (1827.) 



262 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Cheney, Oben Bubbaxk, D. D. b. 1810. President Bates College, 
1863-94. 
Address to corporation, 1885. See Bates College. 

Brief Biography and portrait. 1889. See Free Baptist Cyclopaedia. 

Cheebyfield. Incorporated 1816. 

Account of. 1834. See Williamson, W. D. 

Lectures at, on future punishment. 1836. See Ryder, "Wilson C. 

Notes on measurement of base line at Epping Plain. 18.58. See 

Bache, Alex. D. 

Dedication of the soldiers' monument at Cherryfield, Maine, July 

4, 1874. 

How sleep the r.rave who sink to rest 
By all their Country's wishes blest ! 
When Spring, with dewy fingers cold, 
Returns to deck their hallow'd mould, 
She there shall dress a sweeter sod, 
Than Fancy's feet have ever trod. 

By fairy hands their knell is rung, 
By forms unseen their dirge is sung: 
There Honor comes, a pilgrim gray, 
To bless the turf that wraps their clay. 
And Freedom shall a while repair. 
To dwell a weeping hermit there ! 

Portland : Bailey & ISToyes. 1874. 8vo. pp. 47. [2066 

Address by ex-Governor Israel Washburn. 

Early Settlement of. 1886. -See Milliken, J. A. 

Deaths and burials in Cherryfield. Copied from gravestones. 

Bang. H. M. 3: .59. (1887.) [2067 

Chessman, Daniel. 1791-1839. Clergyman, Hallowell, 1821-30. 

A Compendium of English Grammar; comprising all that is neces- 
sary to be committed to memory by students; abridged from 
Lindley Murray's excellent treatise. By Daniel Chessman, A. 
M., pastor of the Baptist church in Hallowell, Me. Second edi- 
tion; corrected and enlarged. Warren, R. I. Printed by S. 
Randall. 1821. 24mo. pp. 32. [2068 

A Discourse delivered at the ordination of the Rev. William O. 

Grant to the pastoral care of the First Baptist church and society 
in Litchfield, Maine, January 1, 1824. By Rev. Daniel Chess- 
man, A. M., pastor of the Baptist church and society in Hallo- 
well. Hallowell: Printed by S. K. Gilman. 1824. 8vo. pp. 20. 

[2069 

Revivals of Religion. Extract of a letter from Rev. Daniel Chess- 
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Mag.n. s. 5:29. (1824.) [-^^^^ 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 263 

Memoir of Rev. Thomas Baldwin, D. D., late pastor of the Second 

Baptist church in Boston, who died at Waterville, Me., August 
29, 182.5. Together with a funeral sermon, occasioned by his 
death, delivered on the succeeding Sabbath, in the Baptist meet- 
ing house in Hallowell, Me. By Eev. Daniel Chessman, A. M., 
pastor of that church and society. With an appendix, contain- 
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Chester, Arnold X. 

Jack's Harmless Joke. A Saco story by Arnold N. Chester. 

Price 10 cents. Saco, Me., J. V. Dennett, Publisher. 1883. 

24mo. pp. 39. [2072 

Chester, Joseph Lemuel, D. C. L. 1821-82. Antiquarian, London, 
Eng. 
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[2073 
Chester viLLE. 

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Chesuncook. 

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Chickering, John White, D. D. 1808-88. r. Portland, 1835-65. 

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The same. Portland Sketch Book. 1836. See Stephens, Ann S. 

The Fear of God the Only True Courage: A sermon preached in 

the High Street meeting-house, Portland, March 18, 1838. By 
John W. Chickering, pastor. Portland: Arthur Shirley, Printer. 
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Christian Morality: a series of discourses on the decalogue. Bos- 
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pp. 257. [2076 

The Reciprocal Influence of Piety and Taste. 1839. See Clark, 

John A. 

The Chri.stian's Debt to the Country. A sermon delivered in 

Augusta, June 24, 1846, before the Maine Missionary Society, at 
its thirty-ninth anniversary. By Rev. John W. Chickering, 
pastor of the High Street church, Portland. Portland : William 
H. Gushing, Printer. 1846. Svo. pp. 53. [2077 

The seniion occupies 18 pp. 

God's Discriminating but My.sterious Treatment of His Own 

People. A discourse delivered at the funeral of Rev. Joseph 
Bennett, Woburn, November 22, 1847. By Rev. John W. 
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27. [2078 



264 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Chickeking, John White, D. D., Continued. 

What It is to Believe in Christ. No. 357, American Tract Soc. pp. 

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General series. Vol. X. Printed by the American Tract Society, 

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This has been printed In seven different languages, and over a million and 

a half copies circulated. 

Tlie Rights and Duties of Society concerning Intemperance. An 

address delivered before the Portland Temperance Society, 
Februai-y 22, 1854. By John W. Chickering, pastor of High 
Street church. Portland: Printed by Brown Thurston, Fox 
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Hymns for the Circle. (Selected by Eev. J. W. Chickering, D. D., 

Portland, Me. : William Hyde. 1855. 16mo. pp. 48. [2081 

Christ's People with Him in Glory. A sermon delivered at Frye- 

burg. Me., Dec. 11, 1855, at the funeral of Rev. Carlton Hurd, D. 
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The Hillside Church: or reminiscences of a country pastorate. By 

John W. Chickering, D.D., pastor of High Street church, Portland, 
Maine. Boston: S. K. Whipple & Co., Portland: Sanborn & 
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Relates to Bolton, Alass., where the author was pastor, 183(^-33. 

Historical Sketch of the St. Lawrence Street church. 1858. See 

Portland. 

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of safety. No. 608, American Tract Society. [2084 

First Ripe Fruit Gathered : A pastoral sketch of a young lawyer. 

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Enoch S. Cummings was the subject of the sketch. 

Address at semi-centennial Andover Theological Seminary. 1859. 

[2086 

Notice of. 1889. See Portland Society Natural History Proc. 

Chickeeixg, Mrs. J. W. Portland. 

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[2087 
Chilcott, James C. 1831-93. Journalist, Ellsworth. 

Paper relating to history of the Press in Hancock County. (1899.) 
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Poem. "The Secular Press." (1890.) See same. 

JVlth Parsons, James E., Ellsworth. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 265 

History of Lygonia Lodge, No. 40, Free and Accepted Masons, at 

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Child, James Loking. 1792-1862. Lawyer, Augusta. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1890. See Bradbury, James W. 

Child, Mks. Lydia Maria. 1802-80. Author, Wayland, Mass. 

The Church in the Wilderness. (Xorridgewock.) 1828. See Willis, 

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Child, Thomas, M. D. 1808-72. Bath. 

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(The) Child's Instructor, or first book in prose. In two parts; well 
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The same. Portland: A. W. Thayer. 1822. sm. 12mo. pp. 72. 

China. Incorporated. 1796. 

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Oration, 4th July, 1826. -See Lovejoy, E. P. 

Oration, 4th July, 1834. See Holmes, John. 

(The) China Aster: or, youth's book of varieties. Vol. V. Port- 
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The same. Vol. VI. 1847. 16mo. pp. 72. 

Ching, Lillian. Pseud. 

Letters of Lillian Ching, a native of the island of Loo Choo, to his 
brethren upon that island, while a resident in the United States; 
in which is shown, the inconsistency of all wars and fightings 
with the principles and spirit of the Christian religion. To 
which is added the apology of Stephen Thurston, a minister of 
the Congregational society, in Prospect, Maine, to Joseph Ames, 
an officer of the militia, who had been instrumental in procur- 
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266 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Chipman, Ward. 1754-1824. 

Kemarks upon the disputed points of boundary under the fifth ar- 
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Chi Psi Society. 

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June 6, 1855. Oration: The Crusade of Genius. By M. W. Ful- 
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Chisholm, Alexandeb F. 1811-71. Lawyer, Saco. 

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Chisholm Bitos. See Maine Guide Books, etc. 
Chitty, Joseph. 1776-1841. Barrister at law, London. 

A Treatise on the law of bills of exchange, checks on bankers, 
promissory notes, bankers' cash notes, and bank notes. By 
Joseph Chitty, Esq., of the Middle Temple. Printed for Daniel 
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Choate, Isaac Bassett. h. Naples, 1833. Educator, Boston. 

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Gives an account of Thomas Shaw, of Standish, who wrote broadsides of 
poetry from 1815 to 1824. 

Choate, Rufus. 1799-1859. Lawyer, Boston. 

Letter to the Whigs of Maine. 1856. See Brown, Samuel G. 

For answer, see Pearson, H. B.;also "Conservative Whig, " and Quincy, 

Josiah. 
Argument on the removal of Judge Woodbury Davis. 18.56. See 

Brown, Samuel G. 
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Church, Benjamin. 1639-1718. Duxbury, Mass. 

Entertaining Passages relating to Philip's war which began in 
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The History of King Philip's War by Benjamin Church, with an 

introduction and notes by Henrj^ Martyn Dexter (Monograph of 
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Contains reprint of J. C's Entertaining Passages, etc. There are 4 pages 
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The History of the Eastern Expeditions of 1689, 1690, 1692, 1696 and 

1704 against the Indians and French. By Benjamin Church. 
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250 copies, sm. quarto; 3.5, roy. quarto. 

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Church, Mrs. Ella Rodman. 

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notes: also an appendix. Exeter, N. H. 1827. 12mo. pp. 360. 

[2107 

The same, under the following title: — 

The History of Philip's War, commonly called the great Indian 
war, of 1675 and 1676. Also, of the French and Indian wars at 
the eastward in 1689, 1690, 1692, 1696 and 1704. By Thomas 
Church, Esq. With numerous notes to explain the situation of 
the places of battles, the particular geography of the ravaged 



268 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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country, and the lives of the principal persons engaged in those 
wars. Also, an appendix, containing an account of the treatment 
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The unexampled achievements our fathers should not be forgotten. 

M'A.SHI>-GTON. 

What wars they wag'd, what seas, what dangers passed 
What glorious empire crown'd their toils at last. 

Camoexs. 

Exeter, N. H. Published by J. & B. Williams. 1843. 16mo. pp. 

360. 

The same. Cooperstown, (X. Y.) 1846. 12mo. pp. 360. (Illus.) 

The same. Revised edition. Hartford, Silas Andrews. 1852. 12mo. 

pp. 360. 

Churchill, James C. Portland. 

Sermon on. 1865. See Atwood, I. M. 

Churchill, Miss Lida A. Xew Gloucester. 

My Girls . By Lida A. Churchill. 

"I count myself in nothing else so happy, 
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Boston: D. Lothrop and Company. 1862. 12mo. pp. 269. [2108 

Chute, Thomas. Windham. 

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C. I. J. Pseud. 

Pepperrell Coat of Arms. Mag. Am. Hist. 3:517. (1879.) [210& 

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CiLLEY, Jonathan. 1802-38. Lawyer, Thomaston, 1825-38. 

Funeral Oration, delivered at the capitol in Washington, over the 
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duel, comprising many facts never before published. Embel- 
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Sermons on his duel. 1838. See Barrett, Samuel, (Boston); Howe, 

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The above article is signed thus: "Yerger's Rept. Vol. I: 233." 



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The Martyrdom of Cilley. Extracted from the March number of 

the U. S. Magazine and Democratic Review. Washington City. 
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Sermons on the late duel. X. Y. Rev. 3:268. (18.38.) [2113 

The above article is a summary of two discourses "occasioned by the re- 
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Political Portraits with pen and pencil. (N'o. IX.) Jonathan Cil- 
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Biographical Sketch and portrait. 1838. See Hawthorne, Na- 
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Mr. Henry A. Wise and the Cilley Duel. 1842. See Wise, Henry A. 

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Biographical Sketch of. 18.50. See Hawthorne, Nathaniel. 

Duel with William J. Graves. 18.5.5. See Sabine, Loi-enzo. 

The Cilley Duel. 1875. See King, Horatio. 

Description of the duel. 1884. >See Truman, Ben C. 

An Historical Duel. 1888. See Jones, George W. 

Cilley, Jonathan Pkixce. b. Thomaston, 1835. Lawyer, r. Rock- 
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G. Cilley was associate compiler of last two papers. 

Memorial Address at Augusta, May 30, 1877, by Gen. J. P. Cilley. 

Augusta: Sprague, Owen & Nash. 1877. 8vo. pp. 6. [2116 
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(A) Citizen op New England. Pseud. See Hook, Jonah. 

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Clap, Ebenezek, 1799-1856. Lawyer, Bath. 

Notice of. 1859. See Allen, Frederic. 
Notice of. 1864. See Palmer, Joseph. 

Clapp, Asa. 1762-1848. Portland. 

Life and portrait of. 1856. -See Hunt, Freeman. 

Clapp, Mes. Elizabeth, W. Q. 1764-1853. Portland. 

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Clapp, Henky. 

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(1883.) [2119 



270 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Clarence, C. W. 

A Biographical Sketch of the life of Ralph Farnham, of Acton, 
Maine; now in the one hundred and fifth year of his age, and 
the sole survivor of the glorious battle of Bunker Hill. By C. 
W. Clarence. Mr. Farnham's yearly pension, upon which he is 
dependent for support, is only $61.6G, and these books are sold 
for his benefit. Boston: September 20, 1860. 12mo. pp. 48. 
(Illus.) [2120 

Clabk, a. S. 

A Report of the case Call vs. Clark, tried before the Supreme Ju- 
dicial Court of Maine, containing a full statement of the testi- 
mony of more than fifty witnesses. By A. S. Clark, M. D. 
First edition. Copyright secvired. Bath: Elisha Clarke, Printer. 
1837. Svo. pp. 48. [2121 

Cover-title after words " Court of Maine " reads: "With a concise history 
of quackery, from the celebrated Lambriecht down to the present time. " 

Claek, Cyrus S. Bangor. 

Report investigating committee of his creditors, n. d. n. p. n. pp. 

[2122 

Clark, Daniel, LL. D. b. 1809. Lawyer and jurist, Manchester, N. H. 
Memorial of George Foster Shepley. 1881. See Memorials of 
Judges. 

Clark, Daniel A. Clergyman, jSTew York. 
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Clark, D. W. 

Inscriptions from headstones in old cemetery at Long Creek, 
Cape Elizabeth. Me. Rec. 4:227. (1887.) [2123 

Clark, Elizabeth D. 

My Ship, or one day by the sea. By Elizabeth D. Clark. Port- 
land, Me. Published by Frank B. Clark, 1888. 4to. n. pp. 
(Poem.) [2124 

Clark, Francis Edward, b. 1851. Clergyman, Portland. 1876-83. 
Life of William Eugene Harward. By Rev. Frank E. Clark. 
" strongest minds 
Are often those of whom the noisy world 
Hears least. " 

Wordsworth. 

Portland: Hoyt, Fogg & Donham. 193 Middle Street. 1879. 
12mo. pp. 175. (2125 
Business Boys' Library. I. Our business boys. (What eighty- 
three business men say.) By Rev. F. E. Clark. 

" If the power to do hard work is not talent it is the best possible substi- 
tute for it. " 

President Garfield. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 271 

Boston: D. Lotlirop & Co. Franklin Street, n. d. (Copyright, 
1884.) 16mo. pp. 66. [2126 

Danger Signals. The enemies of youth from the business man's 

standpoint. Boston: Lee & Shepard. Stereotyped and printed 
by B. Thurston & Co., Portland. 1885. 12mo. pp. 193. [2127 

Clakk, George Fabeb. Clergyman, Acton, Mass. 

Military Operations at Castine, Maine. Woi'cester Soc. of Antiq. 
Coll. & Proc. 9: 18. (1888-90.) [2128 

Clark, John Alonzo. 1801-43. Clergyman, Philadelphia. 

Editor. The Christian Keepsake. 1838. Philadelphia: William 

Marshall and Co. 16mo. pp. 312. (Illus.) [2129 

Contains "Prayer," " What is a Name ? " " Thou Art of My Spirit, " by 

Grenville Mellen; "Consistency of Religious Character," by Rev. Enoch 

Pond. 

The same. 1839. Edited by the Rev. John A. Clark. Philadel- 
phia: W. Marshall & Co, n. d. 12mo. pp. 312. (Illus.) [2130 
Contributions from Maine. Thoughts on Viewing the Venerable Mansion 
of Gen. Knox, at Thomaston, by Grenville Mellen, p. 14. The Reciprocal 
Influence of Piety and Taste, by Rev. John W. Chlckering, p. 71. The Im- 
passable Bridge, by Enoch Pond, D. D., p. 82. 

The same. 1840. Philadelphia: William Marshall and Co. lOmo. 

pp. 320. (Illus.) [2131 

Contains " The Report of the Spies, " by Enoch Pond, D. D., p. 24. 

Clabk, Nathan, and family, Holden. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

Clakk, Nathaniel George, D. D., LL. D. Clergyman, Boston. 

Growth and Need of the Foreign Work. A paper presented at 
the annual meeting of the American Board (of Commissioners 
of Foreign Mi.ssions) at Portland, Me., October 4, 1882. n. p. n. d. 
8vo. pp. 1.5. [2 J 32 

Clark, Sarah D. 

A Summer at York. Harp. Mag. 65:487. (1882.) [2133 

Clark, Mrs. Sarah Little. 

Compiler. A Memorial of Edward Little, n. t. p. Lewiston. 
1875. 8vo. pp. 12. [2134 

Contains the "Little Family," by James C. Peabody; tribute by Rev. 
James Drummond, and sermon by Rev. Elijah Jones. 

Clark, Samuel. 

The American Orator, selected chiefly from American authors, for 
the use of schools and private families. By Samuel Clark. Gar- 
diner : Printed at the Intelligencer Office. 1828. 12mo. pp. 300. 

[2135 



272 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Clakk, Mrs. Susan Rebkcca Graham, b. Halifax, N. S., 1848. r. 
Portland from 1856. 
Yensie AValton. By Mrs. S. K. Graham Clark. 

" Be like the bird, who, halting in her flight 
Awhile on boagh too slight. 
Feels it give away beneath her and yet sings, 
Knowing that she hath wings." 
Boston: D. Lothrop and Company, Franklin Street, Corner of 
Hawley. n. d. (Copyright, 1879.) 12mo. pp. 391. (3 illus.) [2136 
Our Street. By Mrs. S. E. Graham Clark, author of "Yensie Wal- 
ton." 

Take comfort! earth is full of sin, 

But also full of God, 
The staff supports thy trembling limbs, 

While falls the needed rod. 
There's sorrow and Jehovah, 

There's trials and blessed sleep; 
Let smiles then blossom round your lips. 
As oft as eyelids weep. 

Boston: D. Lothrop and Company, 32 Franklin Street, n. d. 
(Copyright, 1880.) 12mo. pp. 343. (2 illus.) [2137 

This story is located in Portland and vicinity. 

Yensie Walton's Womanhood. By Mrs. S. R. Graham Clark, 

Author of " Our Street, " " Yensie Walton, " etc., etc. 
" Noblest human hearts 
Can ne'er be rocks; they are but potter's clay." 

Boston: D. Lothrop and Company, 32 Franklin Street, n. d. 
(Copyright, 1882.) 12mo. pp. 362. (2 illus.) [2138 

The Triple E. By Mrs. S. R. Graham Clark, Author of "Yensie 

Walton," "Our Street," "Yensie Walton's Womanhood," etc., 
etc. 

"If we follov? not his footsteps through the pathway straight and plain 
We have lived our life in vain." 

Boston: D. Lothrop and Company. Franklin Street, n. d, 

(Copyright, 1884.) 12mo. pp. 326. (2 illus.) [2139 

Achor. By Mrs. S. E. Graham Clark, Author of " Yensie Walton," 

"Yensie Walton's Womanhood," "Our Street," "The Triple 

E," etc. 

" What haps, God directs." 

Proverb. 

"Of trust in ourselves we are not to have a little, but none. Of trust in 
God we ought to have not a little but the fullest possible measure." 

Mrs. Charles. 

Boston: D. Lothrop and Company, Franklin and Hawley Street, 
n. d. (Copyright, 1884.) 13mo. pp. 365. (3 illus.) [2140 
Herbert Gardenell's Children. By Mrs. S. R. Graham Clark, Au- 
thor of "Yensie Walton," "Yensie Walton's Womanhood," 
" Achor," "The Triple E," and others. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF 3IAINE. 273 

" It is no dream — 
No castle-building time, that we call life. 
To catch the gleam 
Of heaven in the strife, 
Our toil must tend to reach the better life." 

Boston: D. Lothrop Company, Franklin and Hawley Streets. 
n. d. (Copyright, 1S8S.) 12mo. pp. 326. (3 illus.) [2141 

Tom's Street. By Mrs. S. E. Graham Clark. Author of " Triple 

E," " Yensie Walton," " Yensie Walton's Womanhood," " Her- 
bert Gardenell's Children," " Achor," and others. 

" Is it hard to serve God, timid soul? Hast thou found 

Gloomy forests, dark glens, mountain tops on thy way? 
All the hard would be easy, all the tangles unwound, 
Would'st thou only desire as well as obey." Faber. 

Boston: D. Lothrop Company, Washington Street, opposite 
Bromfleld. n. d. (Copright, 1889.) 12mo. pp. 282. (2 illus). 

[2142 

fro's Goings. By Mrs. S E. Graham Clark, Author of "Yensie 

Walton," " Yensie Walton's Womanhood," " Triple E," -'Our 
Street," " Herbert Gardenell's Children," etc., etc. 
" Just to do littles well 
And after God to walk with reverent feet. " 

Boston: D. Lothrop Company, Washington Street, opposite 
Bromfleld. u. d. (Copyright, 1890.) 12mo. pp. 368. (3 illus.) 

[2143 

Clakk, Thomas Makch, D. D., LL. D. Bishop of Ehode Island, Provi- 
dence, E. I. 
An Address delivered in Christ rhurch, Gardiner, at the funeral of 
the Eev. George, Burgess, D. D., first bishop of Maine. May XXX, 
MDCCCLXVI. By the Et. Eev. Thomas M. Clark, D. D., bishop 
of Ehode Island. Published by order of the convention. Bruns- 
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[2144 

Evangelical Principles and Men. A memorial discourse by the Et. 

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Clark, William S. Clergyman, Milltown, 1835-39. 

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Clarke, Francis G. Portland. 

The Seaman's Manual; containing a variety of matters useful to the 
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making the sails of vessels and cutting a gang of rigging. — Method 
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A Synthetic Inductive System of Book-keeping by Double Entry, 

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Clarke, Daxiel. 1796-1825. Windham. 

Editor. An Essay on man; in four epistles to H. St. John, Lord 
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The same. Portland, Me., Published by Shirley & Hyde. 1828. 

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The same. Revised edition. Portland: William Hyde, 13 Ex- 
change St. 1845. 24mo. pp. 72. 

With Jewett, N. G. Merchant's Assistant. 1824. See Jewett, N. G. 

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Clarke, Miss Rebecca Sophia. (Sophie May.) Norridgewock. 

Little Prudy Stories. By Sophie May. Six volumes. (Illus.) 

Namely : — 

Little Prudy. 16mo. pp. 167. [215& 

Little Prudy's Sister Susy. 16mo. pp. 189. [2157 

Little Prudy's Captain Horace. 16mo. pp. 18.3, [2158 

Little Prudy's Cousin Grace. 16mo. pp. 183. [2159 

Little Prudy's Story Book. 16mo. pp. 178. [2160 

Little Prudy's Dotty Dimple. 16mo. pp. 176. [2161 

Boston: Lee and Shepard, Publishers. 

Dotty Dimple Series. By Sophie May. Six volumes. (Illus.) 

Namely: — 

Dotty Dimple at her Grandmothers'. 16mo. pp. 190. [2162 

Dotty Dimple at Home. 16nio. pp. 171. [2163 

Dotty Dimple at Play. 16mo. pp. 184. [2164 

Dotty Dimple at School. 16mo. pp. 168. [2165 

Dotty Dimple's Flyaway. 16mo. pp. 200. [2166 

Dotty Dimple Out West. 16mo. pp. 171. [2167 

Boston: Lee and Shepard. Publishers. 

Little Prudy Flyaway Series. By Sophie May. Six volumes. 

(Illus.) Namely : — 

Little Folks Astray. 16mo. pp. 203. [2168 

Prudy Keeping House. 16mo. pp. 192. [2169 

Aunt Madge's Story. 16mo. pp. 214. [2170 

Thistledown. 16mo. pp. 205. [2171 

Little Grandmother. 16mo. pp. 202. [2172 

Little Grandfather. 16mo. pp. 221. [2173 

Boston: Lee and Shepard. Publishers. 
Flaxie Frizzle Stories. By Sophie May. Six volumes. (Illus.) 

Namely: — 

Flaxie Frizzle. 16mo. pp. 183. [2174 

Doctor Papa. 16mo. pp. 194. [2175 

Little Pitchers. 16mo. pp. 196. [2176 

Twin Cousins. 16mo. pp. 193. [2177 

Flaxie's Kittyleen. 16mo. pp. 207. [2178 

Flaxie Growing Up. 16mo. pp. 202. [2179 

Boston: Lee and Shepard. Publishers. 



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Namely : 

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Our Helen. 12mo. pp. 372. [2181 

The Asbury Twins. 12mo. pp. -374. [2182 

Quinnebasset Girls. 12mo. pp. 336. [2183 

Janet, a poor heiress. 12mo. pp. 349. [2184 

In Old Quinnebasset. 12mo. pp. 3-53. [21f<.5 

Boston: Lee and Shepard. Publishers. 

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Little Miss Weezy's Sister. 16mo. pp. 1.54. [2190 

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CoDMAN, Charles. Portland. 

Sketch of. 1864. See Neal, John. 

Coe, Thomas Upham, M. D. h. 1837. Physician, Bangor. 

Biographical Sketch of William H. Brown, M. D., of Bangor. Me. 
Med. Ass. Trans. 8: 150. (1883.) [2254 

Coffin, Charles. 1779-1851. Buxton, Portland. 

History of the Battle of Breed's Hill. By Major-generals William 
Heath, Henry Lee, James Wilkinson, and Henry Dearborn. 
Compiled by Charles Coffin. Saco: Printed by William J. Con- 
don. 1831. 8vo. pp. 35. [22.55 

The same. Portland: D. C. Colesworthy, Printer. 1835. 12mo. 

pp. 36. 

Biographical Sketch of Rev. Paul Coffin. New World. 8: No. 19. 

(1844.) [2256 

History of the seven Narragansett townships. Me. Hist. Soc. Coli. 

2: 131. (1847.) [2257 

Two of tliese townships, Buxton and Gorham, were in Maine. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 285 

Grantees of Xarragansett townships. X. E. Reg. 16: 143. (1862.) 

[22.'jS 

Xarragansett Xumber One, now the town of Buxton, Maine. 

(From a manuscript in possession of Cyrus Woodman, Esquire, 
of Cambridge, Massachusetts. Written by the late Charles Cof- 
fin, Esquire, of Buxton.) Hist. Mag. 2d. ser. 4: 202. (1868) 

[2259. 
CoFFix, CiiAKLES Cakletox. h. 1823. Author, Boston. 

The History of Boscawen and Webster from 1733 to 1878. Com- 
piled by Charles Carleton Coffin. With map and illustrations. 
Concord, X. H. Printed by the Republican Press Association. 
1878. 8vo. pp. xxix, (2), 666. [2260 

Biography of William P. Fessenden, with portrait, p. 371. 
Coffin, Ebenezek. d. 1816. Clergyman, Brunswick. 1794-1804. 

The Lawyer's Answer to his Own Question. A sermon preached 
in the meeting-house of the First Congregational society in 
Newburyport, February 9th, 1794. By Ebenezer Coffin, A. B., 
pastor of the church at Brunswick. Published by particular de- 
sire. 

Now abideth faith, hope, charity-. But the greatest of these is charity. 
From which some having swerved, have turned aside unto vam longings. 

Foolish and unlearned questions avoid : knowing that they do gender 
strifes. 

Xewburyport: Printed and sold by John Mycall. n. d. 8vo. pp. 

15. (2261 
A Sermon delivered February 22d, 1800, the day of national mourn- 
ing, recommended by the government of the United States. For 
the death of General George Washington. 

" Know ye not that there is a prince ;ind a great man fallen in Israel? " 

2 Sam. 3d: 38th. 
By the Rev. Ebenezer Coffin, A. B., pastor of a church in Bruns- 
wick. Printed at Portland, by Rand & Burdeck. 1800. 8vo. pp. 

16. [2262 
One of the choicest of Washington orations. A. Menzier has the only 

copy W6 know of. Sabix's Dict. 

Coffix, Edwaed Pkescott. h. 1854. Lawyer, Skowhegan. 

Supplemental Maine Digest, being a digest of the decisions of the 
Supreme Judicial Court of Maine, reported in Maine Reports, 
volumes 69 to 81 inclusive. By Edward P. Coffin, of the Somerset 
bar. Portland, Me.: McLellan, Mosher & Company. 1890. Roy. 
8vo. pp. vii (2), 543. [2263 

Coffin, Isaac Fostek. 1787-1861. h. Portland. Teacher, Roxbury, 

Mass. 

Journal of a Residence in Chili. By a young American detained 

in that country during the i-evolutionary scenes of 1817-18-19. 

Boston: Wells and Lilly, Court Street. 1823. 12mo. pp.237. [2264 



286 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Coffin, Nathaniel. M. M. M. S. 1716-66. Physician, Portland. 
Biography of. 1828. See Thacher, James. 

Coffin, Nathaniel, Jr., M. D. 1744-1826. Physician, Portland. 
Biography of. 1828. See Thacher, James. 

Coffin, Paul, D. D. 1737-1821. )•. Buxton, 1761-1821. 

Tour to Connecticut River, through the colony of Massachusetts 
from Wells. (1760.) N.E.Reg. 9:340. (1855.) [2265 

The Knowledge of the Chief Constituent Parts of the Christian 

System Needful, as a guide to pastors and people in their several 
different duties. A sermon preached at the installment of the 
Reverend John Thompson, in the pastoral care over the First 
church of Christ in Berwick, May 7, 1783. By Paul Coffin, A. M., 
pastor of the church in Buxton. 

All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, 
for reproof, for correction, for instruction in rigliteousness that the man 
of God may be perfect, througnly furnished unto all good works. 2 Tim. 
3:16,17. My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge. Hos. 4:6. 
They shall not hurt nor destroy in all my holy mountain; for the earth shall 
be free of the knowledge of the Lord. Is. 2: 9. 

Newburyport: Printed by John Mycall. MDCCLXXXIII. 12mo. 
pp. 40. [2266 

The Excellency of the Christian Ministry. A discourse delivered 

at the ordination of the Rev. Ebenezer Coffin, to the ministerial 
office of the Christian church at Brunswick, Jan. 23, 1794. By 
Paul Coffin, A. M., pastor of the church of Christ in Buxton. 
Newburyport: Printed and sold by Blunt & Robinson. 
MDCCXCIV. Svo. pp. 28. [2267 

A Sermon, preached before His Honor Moses Gill, Esq., Lieutenant 

Governor, The Honorable, the Council, Senate and House of 
Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 29, 
1799, being the day of general election. By Rev. Paul Coffin, A. 
M., pastor of the church in Buxton. Boston: Printed by Young 
& Minns, State Printers. MDCCXCIX. Svo. pp. 31. [2268 

Farewell Sermon at Buxton. 1821. -See Fletcher, Nathaniel H. 

Sermon at funeral of. 1821. -See Fletcher, Nathaniel H. 

Sermon occasioned by his death. 1821. .See Loring, Levi. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1844. -See Coffin, Charles. 

Memoir and Journals. (1856.) -See Woodman, Cyrus. 

Records of the church during his pastorate. (1868.) -See Buxton. 

A Sermon by Rev. Paul Coffin, D. D., preached August 15, 1762, in 

Narragansett, No. I., now Buxton, Maine, and an address delivered 
there, August 15, 1886, by Cyrus Woodman. Cambridge: John 
Wilson & Son, University Press. 1888. 8vo. pp. 95. [2269 



BIBLIOGKAPHY OF MAINE. 287 

Coke, E. T. England. 

A Subaltern's Furlough, descriptive of scenes in various parts of the 
United States, Upper and Lower Canada, Xew Brunswick, and 
N'ova Scotia, during the summer and autumn of 1832. By E. T. 
Coke, Lieutenant of the 4.5th, Eegiment. 

Wand'ring from clime to clime observant stray'd, 
Their manners noted, and their states survey'd. 

Pope. 

In two volumes. Xew York : Published by J. & J. Harper, Xo. 82, 
Cliff Street. MDCCCXXXIIL [2270 

Chap. 10 gives an account of Eastport, and remarks that a booksellers' 
shop there made a far greater display than any the author had seen in Mon- 
treal, Quebec, or Halifax. 

CoLBUEN, Jeremiah, and family, Bluehill. 1890. See Candage, R. 
G. F. 

CoLBXJRN, Reuben. Pittston. 

Letter from, to Gov. John Hancock. 1781. Bang. H. M. 0: 10-5. 
(1890.) [2271 

CoLBURX, Wabren. 1793-1833. Educator. 

Intellectual Arithmetic, upon the inductive method of instruction. 
Hallowell: Glazier & Co. 1828. 18mo. pp. 172. [2272 

CoGGiN, Thomas, and family, Bluehill. 1890. See Candage, R. G. F. 

CoGiN, John. 

Captain Cogin's Expedition to Pigwacket, 1722. By Hoi-ace Mann, 
Esq., of Xatick, Mass. K E. Reg. 34:382. (1880.) [2273 

Cogswell, Charles Xorthend. 1797-1843. Lawyer, South Berwick. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Cogswell, Jonathan, D. D. 1782-1864. Clergyman, Brunswick and 
Saco, 1807-28. 

Topographical and Historical Sketch of Saco, county of Yoi'k, 

District of Maine. Mass. Hi.st. Soc. Coll. 14:184. (1816.) [2274 

(The Rising Glory of the Kingdom of Christ. Isa. 60: 1.) A sermon 

before the Maine Missionary Society, at its twelfth anniversary 
in Augusta, June 23, 1819. By Rev. Jonathan Cogswell, of Saco. 
Hallowell: Printed by E. Goodale, 1819. 8vo. pp. 20. [2275 

The Support of the Gospel an Important Duty. A sermon delivered 

August 24, 1819, at the regular meeting of the York County A.s- 
sociation, in Alfred. By Jonathan Cogswell, pastor of the church 
in Saco. Published by the vote of the association. Kennebunk : 
Printed by James K. Remick. 1819. 12mo. pp. 20. [2276 

A Farewell Discourse addressed to the church and society of the 

First Parish in Saco, October 12, 1828. By Jonathan CogswelL 
Published by request of the church and society. Saco: Printed 
by Alex C. Putnam. 1828. 8vo. pp. 12. [2277 



288 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Cogswell, J. S. 

Historical and Descriptive Sketch of Androscoggin Count}'. l^TU. 
See Howard, R. H. 

Cogswell, William, D. D. 1787-1850. Clergyman. Gilmanton, X. H. 
The New Hampshire Repository, devoted to education, literature 
and religion. Conducted by Rev. William Cogswell. D. D. Volume 
I. Gilmanton: Printed by Alfi'ed Prescott. 1846. Svo. pp. viii, 
202. [2:i7S 

Pages 253 to 263 contain " Historical Sketch of Fresbyterianism in the State 
of Elaine, v.ith some Account of Presbyteriauisni in New England. By the 
Rev. Charles Freeman of Limerick, Me." 

Cohen, J. JIiltox. 

Funeral Sermon, death of Mrs. Mary E., wife of Rev. Josiah H. 
Tilton, delivered in Limerick, Me. By Rev. J. Milton Cohen, of 
the Baptist church, Effingham, X. H. Portland: Charles Day & 
Co., Printers. 1812. Svo. pp. 14. [2279 

CoLBT, Albert. 1827-90. Fryeburg. 

Is it Reasonable or Scriptural to Believe in the Resurrection of the 
Natural Body from the Grave after it Has Gone to Decay? Port- 
land, Me.: Albert Colby & Sons, X'o. 119 Exchange Street. 1874. 
12mo. pp. 46. [2280 

Gleanings from the Poets. A new edition, enlarged. Portland : 

Albert Colby & Sons, Xo. 119 Exchange Street, 1874. (Including 
original poems by A. C.) 12mo. pp. 4:58. [2281 

Incidents in the life of Albert Colby. Portland, Me.: Printed by 

Albert Colby's Sons, Xo. 119 Exchange Street. 1875. 12mo. pp. 
32. [2182 

The Roads to Heaven and Hell: which is best? Fryeburg, Me.: 

Compiled and published by Albert Colby. 1884. 12mo. pp. 30. 

[2283 

History of the Bible. A plain and truthful history of the Bible, its 

nature and teachings. For the common people. Revised edition. 
Fryeburg: Albert Colby's Sons. 1884. 12mo. pp. 132. [2284 

The Life of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. By Rev. Rufus W. 

Clark, to which is added the lives of all the writers of the Xew 
Testament, from the writings of Adam Clark; also the religious 
creed and history of the Jews from the earliest period down to 
the present day ; the true Christian religion, or plain and easy 
road to heaven; and a complete history of the Bible its nature and 
teachings. Fryeburg, Me.: Compiled and published by Albert 
Colby, 1884. Sold by travelling agents. 12mo. pp. 356, 58, 132. 

[2285 
The foregoing part of the volume extends to page 356, and then follows a 
new paging (1 to 58), with a new title page as follows: — 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 289 

Which is Best; God's way, or tlie devil's way? Choose ye, but 
first read. Believe and receive; or the plain and easy road to 
heaven. Written by Albert Colby while a preacher in the 
Methodist Episcopal Church, and first published in 1867. 

Then follows still another paging (1 to 132), with a new title-page as fol- 
lows : — 

A Plain and Truthful History of the Bible, its nature and teachings. 
For the common people. By Albert Colby, of Lowell, Mass. Re- 
vised edition. Fryeburg: Albert Colby's Sons. 1884. 

Colby, Bex.jamin, Jr. 

The Maine Thonipsonian Recorder, or advocate of the principles 
which govern the Thompsonian system of medical practice. Pub- 
lished by Colby & Smith, Thompsonian botanic physicians. Let 
the mineral and botanic systems be weighed by truth, and each 
stand on its own merits. Vol. II. Gardiner: William Palmer, 
Printer. 1840. Svo. pp. 384. [2286 

Coi.BY, Feed M. 

Sir William Pepperrell. Mag. Am. Hist. 2:673. (1878.) [2287 

A Day at Old Kittery. Gran. Mo. 2:68. (1879.) [2288 

The First American Baronet. Potter's Am. Mo. 17: 234. (1881.) 

[2289 
Colby, Gakdnee. 1810-79. b. Bowdoinham. r. Newton, Mass. 

A Tribute to the memory of Gai'dner Colby. Printed for private 
distribution. Boston: Franklin Press: Rand, Avery & Company. 
1879. 8vo. pp. 93. (Port, and autograph.) [2290 

Contains extracts from the baccalaureate sermon by Rev. Henry E. Rob- 
ins, D. D., and memorial by the trustees of Colby University. 

Memorial Sermon for. 1879. See Robins, Henry E. 

Colby, George N. Houlton. d. 1889. 

Atlas Aroostook County. 1877. See Roe, F. B. 

Atlas of the State of Maine. Including statistics and descriptions 

of its history, educational system, geology, railroads, natural re- 
sources, summer resorts, and manufacturing interests. Com- 
piled and drawn from official plans and actual surveys. Pub- 
lished by George X. Colby, Houlton, Maine. 1885. Assisted by 
H. E. Halfpenny, C. E., & J. H. Stuart, C. E. Copyright secured 
by Geo. N. Colby & Co. 1884. Eng. by William Bracker, 21 
So. Sixth Street, Phil. Printed by F. Bourquin, 31 So. Sixth St. 
Phil. Large 4to. pp. 106. [2291 

The same. 8th edition. 1890. See Stuart, J. H. 

Colby, George Washington, M. D. 1818-81. Physician, Waldo- 
borough. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1881. See Beede, J. W. 
20 



290 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Colby, John. 1787-1817. Clergyman. 

The Life, Experience and Travels of John Colby, preacher of the 
gospel. Written by himself. With an appendix, containing re- 
marks on the character and labors of the author, &c. Third 
edition, revised and corrected. Two volumes in one. Cornish: 
Published by S. W. & C. C. Cole. W. Burr, Printer. 1829. 12mo. 
pp. 381. [2292 

An edition was publislied in Lowell, Mass., in 1838, 12mo., 2 vols, in one. 
pp. 248 and 64, and another in Dover, N. H., in 1854, 16mo. pp. 06. 

Colby, Johx Stark. 

Agatha. A romance of Maine in blank verse with other poems. By 
John Stark Colby. 
" An ill-favored thing, sir, but mine own." 

As You Like It. 

Boston: A. Williams & Co. 1880. sra. 8vo. pp. 111. [2293 

Colby, S. E. & Co. 

Atlas of Hancock County, Maine. Compiled and published under 
the direction of Geo. N. Colby, by S. F. Colby & Co. Drawn from 
official plans, U. S. coast survey charts, and actual surveys by H. 
E. Halfpenny & J. H. Stuart. Ellsworth, Maine. 1881. Engraved 
by Wm. Bracher, Printed by F. Bourquin, 31 So. Sixth Street, 
Philadelphia. Assistants, C. E. Williams, A. M., B. T. Sowle, 
Att'y-at-law. Capt. N. H. Higgins & L. B. Wyman, C. E. 1881. 
Square, 4to. pp. 96. [2294 

Colby University. Chartered as the Maine Literary and Theologi- 
cal Institution, 1813. Name changed to Waterville College, 1821 : 
to Colby University, 1867. 

ADDRESSES, DISCOITRSES, EULOGIES, LECTURES, ORATIONS, POEMS, 

AND SERMONS. 

Lecture to students. 1824. See Chapin, Stephen. 

Oration before Literary Fraternity. 1828. See Sanborn, Abraham. 

Address before alumni. 18.30. See Xeal, John. 

Address before alumni. 1831. See Holmes, John. 

Poem before alumni. 1831. See Vose, Richai'd H. 

Sermon before officers and students. 1833. See Newton, Calvin. 

Inaugural Address. 1834. See Babcock, Rufus. 

Poem. 18.36. See Brown, John N. 

Poem before Literary Fraternity. 1837. See Palmer, Ray. 

Oration before Erosophian Adelphi. 1841. See Emerson, Ralph 

Waldo. 
Eulogy on Jeremiah Chaplin. 1843. -See Pattison, R. E. 
Oration before Erosophian Adelphi. 1846. See Chapin, Edwin H. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 291 

Services at tlie laying of the corner-stone of the Memorial hall of 
Colby University, August 14th, 1867, and at the dedication of 
the same, August 10, 1869. Waterville: Published by vote of the 
trustees. 1869. 8vo. pp. 53. (Reverse.) Journal Steam Press, 
Lewiston, N. Dingley & Co. [2295 

Contains statement of President Champlin, addresses by Rev. Rufus 
Babcoek, D. D., H. M. Plaisted, statement by ex-Governor Coburn, re- 
marks of Senator Hamlin, responses of President Champlin and of Gen. 
H. M. Plaisted, and address by Rev. G. 13. Bosworth, D. D. 

Historical Discourse, 1870. See Champlin, James T. 

Address at, 1872. -See Whiting, William. 

Address before literary societies, 1875. See Adams, Charles 
Francis. 

Sermon, memorial to Gardner Colby. 1879. -See Eobins, Henry E. 

Oration before alumni, 1885. See Reed, Thomas B. 

Discourse on Prof. Chas. E. Hamlin. 1887- See Bakeman, Fran- 
cis W. 
Address. Scientific study of literature. 1884. See Jackson, A. W. 
Dissertation at. 1889. See Butler, B. F. 

CATALOGUES, ANNUAL. 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Octo- 
ber, 1824. n. p. 8vo. pp. 8. (On last page.) Waterville: William 
Hastings, Printer. [2296 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College. July, 
1825. n. p. 12mo. pp. 8. (On last page.) Waterville: Wm. Hast- 
ings, Printer. [2297 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College. No- 
vember, 1826. n. p. 8vo. pp. 8. [2298 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, and 
of the Clinical School of Medicine, at Woodstock, Vt., connected 
with the college. 1830-31. Hallowell: Glazier, Masters & Co., 
Printers, No. 1 Kennebec Row. 1830. 12mo. pp. 12. [2299 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, and 
of the Clinical School of Medicine at Woodstock, Vt., connected 
with the college. 18.32-33. Hallowell: Glazier, Masters & Co. 
12mo. pp. 16. [2.300 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academic year 1833-34. Augusta: Luther Severance, 
Printer. 18.34. 12mo. pp. 12. [2301 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academic year 1834-35. Augusta: Luther Severance, 
Printer. 1834. 12mo. pp. 12. [2302 



292 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Colby Universitt, Continued. 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academic year 1835-36. HalloMell: Glazier, Masters & 
Smith. 1836. 12mo. pp. 12. [2303 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academic year 1836-37. College Press: Edgar H. Gray, 
Printer. 1836. 12mo. pp. 16. [2304 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academic year 1838-39. Hallowell: Glazier, Masters & 
Smith. 1838. 12mo. pp. 16. [2305 

Xo catalogues were ijublished for 1839-40, or for 1840-41. 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academic year 1841-42. Waterville: Wing & Mathews, 
Pr. 1841. 12mo. pp. 16. [2306 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, for 
the academic year 1843-44. Hallowell: Glazier, Masters & Smith. 

1843. 12mo. pp. 16. [2:307 
Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, for 

the academic year 1844-45. Hallowell: Glazier, Masters & Smith. 

1844. 12mo. pp. 15. [2308 
Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, for 

the academic year 1845-46. Waterville: John Stearns Carter, 
Pr. 1845. l^mo. pp. 21. [2:309 

Catalogue of the officers and stvidents of Waterville College, for the 
academical year 184.5-46. Published by the students. Portland: 
F. A. & A. F. Gerrish, printers. 1845. 8vo. pp. 23. [2310 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academical year 1846-47. With the course of studies, 
etc. Portland: Printed by F. A. & A. F. Gerrish. 1846. 8vo. pp. 
24. [2311 

Catalogue of the students and officers of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academical year 1847-48. Waterville: Printed by Maxliam 
& Drummond. n. d. 8vo. pp. 22. [2312 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academical year 1848-49. Eastern Mail Office, n. d. 
Waterville. 8vo. pp. 22. [2313 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academical year 1849-50. Waterville: Maxham & Wing. 
1849. 8vo. pp. 23. [2314 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academical year 1850-51. Waterville: Maxham & Wing, 
printers. Eastern Mail Office. 1850. Svo. pp. 24. [2315 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academical year 1851-52. Waterville: Maxham & Wing, 
printers. Eastern Mail Office, n. d. 8vo. pp. 24. [2316 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 293 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academical year 1852-53. Waterville: Maxham & Wing, 
Eastern Mail Office. 1852. 8vo. pp. 24. [2317 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 

for the academical year 1853-54. Waterville: Printed for the 

college. 1853. 8vo. pp. 24. [2318 

This and succeeding catalogues until 1869-70 were actually printed in 

Boston. 

Catalogue of the students and officers of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academic year 1854-55. Waterville: Printed for the 
college. 1854. 8vo. pp. 24. [2319 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academic year 1855-56. Waterville : Printed for the col- 
lege. 1855. 8vo. pp. 24. [2::!20 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academic year 1856-57. Waterville: Printed for the col- 
lege. 1856. 8vo. pp. 24. [2;;i21 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academic year 1857-58. Waterville: Printed for the col- 
lege. 1857. 8vo. pp. 28. [2322 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academic year 1858-59. Waterville : Printed for the col- 
lege. 1858. 8vo. pp. 28. [2:^>23 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academic year 1859-60. Waterville: Printed for the col- 
lege. 1859. 8vo. pp. 28. [2324 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academic year 1860-61. Watei'ville: Printed for the col- 
lege. 1860. 8vo. pp. 24. [2325 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academic year 1861-62. Waterville: Printed for the col- 
lege. 1861. 8vo. pp. 24. [2326 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academic year 1862-63. Waterville: Printed for the col- 
lege. 1862. 8vo. pp. 24. [2327 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academic year 1863-64. Waterville: Printed for the col- 
lege. 1863. 8vo. pp. 24. ' [2328 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academic year 1864-65. Waterville : Printed for the col- 
lege. 1864. 8vo. pp. 22. [2329 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Waterville College, Maine, 
for the academic year 1865-66. Waterville: Printed for the col- 
lege. 1865. 8vo. pp. 23. [2330 



294 BIBLIOGRAPHY Or MAINE. 

Colby University, Continued. 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Colby University for the 
academic year 1866-67. Waterville: Printed for the university. 
1867. 8vo. pp. 23. [2.331 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Colby University for the 
academic year 1867-68. Waterville: Printed for the university. 

1867. 8vo. pp. 24. [2332 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Colby University for the 
academic year 1868-69. Waterville: Printed for the university. 

1868. 8vo. pp. 24. [2333 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Colby University for the 
academic year 1869-70. Waterville: printed for the university. 

1869. 8vo. pp. 24. [2334 
Actually printed at Lewiston, as were the following, until 1878. 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Colby University for the 
academic year 1870-71. Waterville: printed for the university. 

1870. 8vo. pp. 24. [2335 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Colby University for the 
academic year 1871-72. Waterville: printed for the university. 

1871. 8vo. pp. 24. [2:336 

Catalogue of the officers and students of Colby University for the 
academic year 1872-73. Waterville: printed for the university. 

1872. 8vo. pp. 24. [2337 

The Fifty-fourth Annual Catalogue of the officers and students of 

Colby University, for the academic year 187.3-74. Waterville: 

printed for the university. 1873. 8vo. pp. 24. [2338 

The same. Second edition. 1874. 8vo. pp. 32. 

The Fifty-fifth Annual Catalogue of the officers and students of 
Colby University, for the academic year 1874-7-5. Waterville: 
printed for the university. 1874. 8vo. pp. 34. [2:339 

The Fifty-sixth Annual Catalogue of the officers and students of 
Colby University, (Waterville College until 1867), for the aca- 
demic year 1875-76. Waterville: Printed for the university. 1875. 
Svo. pp. 34. [2340 

The Fifty-seventh Annual Catalogue of the officers and students of 
Colby University (Waterville College until 1867), for the aca- 
demic year 1877-78. Waterville: Printed for the iiniversity. 1877. 
8vo. pp. 42. [2:341 

The Fifty-eight annual Catalogue of the officers and students of Colby 
University (Waterville College until 1867), for the academic 
year 1877-78. Waterville : Printed for the university. 1878. Svo. 
pp. 34. [2342 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 295 

The Fifty-ninth Annual Catalogue of the officers and students of 
Colby University (Waterville College until 1867), for the aca- 
demic year 1878-79. Waterville: Printed for the university. 1878. 
Svo. pp. 49. [2343 

An essay by Henry E. Robins, D. D., president of tlie university, on " The 
Relation of Education to Evangelization" occupies pp. 35-49. 

The Sixtieth Annual Catalogue of the officers and students of 
Colby University (Waterville College until 1867), for the acade- 
mic year 1879-80. Waterville: Printed for the university. 1879. 
Svo. pp. 49. [2344 

Contains memorial sermon for Gardner Colby, a baccalaureate discourse 
by the president, Henry E. Robins, D. D., July 20, 1879, pp. 36-40. 

The Sixty-first Annual Catalogue of the officers and students of 
Colby University (Waterville College until 1867), for the academic 
year 1880-81. Waterville: Printed for the university. 1881. 8vo. 
pp. 39. [2345 

The Sixty-second Annual Catalogue of the officers and students of 
Colby University (Waterville College until 1867), for the 
academic year 1881-82. Waterville: Printed for the university. 
1881. Svo. pp. 42. [2346 

The Sixty-third Annual Catalogue of the_officers and students of 
Colby University (Waterville College until 1867), for the aca- 
demic year 1882-83. Waterville, Me: Printed for the university. 
1883. Svo. pp. 42. [2347 

The Sixty-fourth Annual ('atalogue of the officers and students of 
Colby University (Waterville College until 1867), for the aca- 
demic year 1883-84. Waterville, Me.: Printed for the university. 
1883. Svo. pp. 43. [2348 

The Sixty-fifth Annual Catalogue of officers and students of Colby 
University (Waterville College until 1867), for the academic year 
1884-85. Waterville, Me. : Printed for the university. 1884. Svo. 
pp- 46. [2349 

The same. Second Edition. May 1885. Svo. pp. 46. 

The Sixty-sixth Annual Catalogue of the officers and students of 
Colby University, for the academic year 1885-86. Waterville, Me. : 
Printed for the university. November, 1885. Svo. pp. 52. [2350 

The Sixty-seventh Annual Catalogue of the officers and students of 
Colby University, for the academic year 1886-87. Waterville, Me. : 
Printed for the university. December, 1888. Svo. pp. 50. [2351 

The Sixty-eighth Annual Catalogue of the officers and students of 
Colby University, for the academic year 1887-88. Waterville, Me.: 
Printed for the university. December, 1SS7. Svo. pp. 44. [2352 

The Sixty-ninth Annual Catalogue of the officers and students of 
Colby University, for the academic year 1888-89. Waterville, Me.: 
Printed for the university. December, 1888. Svo. pp. 47. [2353 



'2dQ BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Colby University, Continued. 

The Seventieth Annual Catalogixe of the officers and students of 
Colby University, for the academic year 1889-90. Waterville, Me.: 
Printed for the vmiversity. December, 1889. 8vo. pp. 52. [2354 

The Seventy-first Annual Catalogue of the officers and students of 
Colby University, for the academic year 1890-91. Waterville Me.: 
Printed for the university. December, 1890. 8vo. pp. 56. [2355 

CATALOGUES, TRIENNIAL AND GENERAL. 

Catalogus per Triennium eorum qui officia gerunt quique alicujus 
gradus laurea donati sunt, in Collegio Watervillensi, in republica 
Mainensi : cui additur eorum, qui theol. dederunt operam. Water- 
villai: excudebat Gulielmns Hastings, MDCCCXXV. 8vo. pp. 8. 

[2356 

Catalogus Senatus Academic!, et eorum qui munera et offioia 
gesserunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt in Collegio 
Watervillensi, Watervillae, in republica Mainensi. Augustas: 
typis descripsit Luther Severance, MDCCCXXXIV. Foedera- 
tarum Americse rerumpublicarum summae potestatis anno LIX. 
8vo. pp. 11. [2357 

Catalogus Senatus Academici, et eorum qui munera et officia 
gesserunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt in Collegio 
Watervillensi, Watervillse, in Kepublica Mainensi. Augustse: 
typis descripsit Luther Severance. MDCCCXXXVII. Foedera- 
tarum Americae rerumpublicarum summae potestatis anno LXIl. 
8vo. pp. 11. [2358 

Catalogus Senatus Academici, et eorum qui munera et officia 
gesserunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt in Collegio 
Watervillensi, Watervillae, in Ptcpublica Mainensi. Watervillae: 
typis descripsit Johannes-Stearns Carter. Anno Domini MDCC- 
CLXV. 8vo. pp 16. [2359 

Catalogus Senatus Academici, et eorum qui munera et officia gesse- 
runt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt in Collegio Water- 
villensi, Watervillae, in Republica Mainensi. Watervillae: Typis 
descripsit Johannes-Stearns Carter. Anno Domini MDCCCLVITI. 
8vo. pp. 17. [2360 

Catalogus Senatus Academici, et eorum qui munera et officia 
gesserunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt in Collegio 
Watervillensi, Watervillae, in Republica Mainensi. Watervillaj: 
Typis descripsit Johannas-Stearns Carter, Anno Domini MDCCCLI. 
8vo. pp. 19. [2361 

Catalogus Senatus Academici, et eorum qui munera et officia 
gesserunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt in Collegio 
Watervillensi, Watervillae, in Republica Mainensi. MDCCCLIV. 
(n. p.) (Reverse.) Typis J. M. Hewes et Soc, Bostoniae. 8vo. pp. 
23. [2362 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 297 

Catalogus Senatus Academici, et eorum qui munera et officta 
gesserunt, quique alicujus gracilis laurea donati sunt in Collegio 
Watervillensi, Watervillae, inEepublica Mainensi. MDCCCLVII. 
(n. p.) (Reverse.) Typis Joliannes-Milton Hewes et Soc, Bostoniae 
Svo. pp. 24. [2.363 

Catalogus Senatus Academici, et eorum qui munera et officia 
gesserunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt in Collegio 
Watervillensi, Watervillae, in Republica Mainensi. MDCCCLX. 
(n. p.) (Reverse.) Typis Johannes-Milton Hewes et Soc, Bostoniae. 
Svo. pp. 20. [2364 

Catalogus Senatus Academici, et eorum qui munera et officia gesse- 
runt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt in Collegio Water- 
villensi, Watervillae, in Republica Mainensi. MDCCCLXIII. 
n. p. (Reverse.) Typis Johannes-Milton Hewes et Soc, Bos- 
toniae. Svo. pp. 28. [2.365 

Catalogus Senatus Academici, et eorum qui munera et oflficia gesse- 
runt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt in Collegio Water- 
villensi, Watervillfe, in Republica Mainensi. MDCCCLXVI. n. p. 
(Reverse.) Typis Johannes-Milton Hewes et Soc, Bostoniae. Svo. 
pp, 29. [2366 

Catalogus Senatus Academici, et eorum qui munera et officia gesse- 
runt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt in Universitate 
Colbiana, MDCCCLXIX. n. p. (Reverse.) Typis Johannes-Mil- 
ton Hewes et Soc, Bostoniae. Svo. pp. 31. [2.367 

Catalogus Senatus academici, et eorum qui munera et officia gesse- 
runt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt in Universitate 
Colbiana, MDCCCLXXII. n. p. (Reverse.) Typis Johannes- 
Milton Hewes et Soc, Bostoniae. Svo. pp. 32. [236S 

Catalogus Senatus Academici et eorum qui munera et officia gesse- 
runt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt in Universitate 
Colbiana. Typis Nelson Dingley et Soc. MDCCCLXXV. n. p. 
(Lewiston.) Svo. pp. 32. [2369 

General Catalogue of the officers and graduates of Colby Univer- 
sity, Waterville, Maine. 1S20-82. Waterville, Me. Published 
for the alumni, June, 1SS2. Svo. pp. 71, (1). (1 engrav.) [2370 

Second General Catalogue of the officers and graduates of Colby 
University, Waterville, Me. 1820-87. Waterville, Me. Pub- 
lished for the alumni. July, 1887. Svo. pp. 88. ( 1 engrav.) 

[2371 

MISCELLANEOUS. ^ 

Waterville College. Origin, progress and present state of the col- 
lege, n. t. p. Svo. pp. 8. Printed at the Argus Office, Portland. 
1822. [2372 



298 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Colby University, Continued. 

Constitution of the Samaritan Female Society of Waterville College. 
(Me.) Printed by Lincoln and Edmands, Boston. No. 53 Corn- 
hill. 1824. 16mo. pp. 8. [2.373 

Constitution of the Manual Labor Association, connected with 
Waterville College, with an address to the public. Augusta: 
Eaton and Severance, Printers. 1832. 12mo. pp. 12. [2374 

Petition of the graduating class of 183.5, addressed to the govern- 
ment of Waterville College. Published by order of the class. 
n. t. p. 8vo. pp. 8. [2375 

Account of the college, and its commencement. 1835. (See Cox, 
F. A. 

Catalogue of the library of Waterville College, in Waterville, 
Maine. Waterville: Printed by Edgar H. Gray. 1835. 8vo. pp. 
301. [2376 

History of. 1836. .S'ee Babcock, Eufus. 

Catalogue of the library of Waterville College, in Waterville, Me. 
Waterville: Printed by John S. Carter. 184.5. Svo. pp. 47. [2.377 

Catalogue of the Literary Fraternity Society of Waterville College. 
Instituted 1824. Incorporated 1828. Portland: Printed by F. 
A. and A. F. Gerrish. 1847. 8vo. pp. 36. [2378 

Laws of Waterville College. 1851. 

Catalogue of the members and library of the Literary Fraternity 
Society of Waterville College. Instituted 1824. Incorporated 
1828. Portland: Printed by B. Thurston. 1852. 8vo. pp. .53. [2379 

Keport of the faculty of Waterville College, on the condition and 
wants of the institution, with the action of the trustees on the 
same, at a special meeting of the Board, December - 18, 1856. 
Waterville: 18-56. [2380 

Address to the friends of Waterville College. (Signed) J. T. 
Champlin, Wm. H. Shailer, Ira Leland. n. t. p. Waterville, Oc- 
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Office, by Brown Thurston. 1863. 8vo. pp. 4. [2381 

Waterville College in the Kebellion. 1866. See Maine; Report of 
adjutant general. 

Manual Labor in. 1867. <See Hamlin: Charles E. 

Laws of Colby University, Waterville, Maine. Portland: Printed 
by B. Thurston & Co. n. d. 12mo. pp. 23. [2:382 

Necrology of. 1867-68. -See Hoyt, Albert H. 

An Obituary Record of graduates of Colby University (Waterville 
College until 1867) from 1822-70. Presented at the semi-centen- 
nial, Aug. 2, 1870. Waterville: 1870. 8vo. pp. 66. [2383 
Printed for the alumni. 



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Alumni of Colby University. Obituary record from 1S70 to 1873. 
Supplement No. 1. Including notices of all alumni whose de- 
cease has been learned from July 1870 to July 1873. Waterville: 
Printed for the alumni. 187-4. 8vo. pp. 66. [2384 

Account of Commencement, 1873. See United States Bureau of 
Education. 

Laws of Colby University, Waterville, Maine. Waterville: Max- 
ham & Wing, Printers. 1874. 12mo. pp. 16. [2385 

Charter of Colby University, with the acts and resolves relating 
thereto, and the by-laws of the trustees. Portland, Maine: 
Stephen Berry, Printer. 1875. 8vo. pp. 32. [2386 

Laws of Colby University, Waterville, Me. Boston: Franklin 
Press: Eand, Avery & Co. 1876. 12mo. pp. 19. [2387 

Alumni of Colby University, obituary record. 1873 to 1877. Sup- 
plement No. 2. Including notices of all alumni whose decease 
has been learned from July 1873 to July 1877. Waterville: 
Printed for the alumni. 1877. 8vo. pp. 21. [2388 

Laws of Colby University, Waterville, Maine. Portland: Press of 
B. Thurston & Co. 1880. 12mo. pp. 21. [2389 

Report of the librarian. 1S81. [2390 

Report of the treasurer to the trustees of Colby University, July 
21, 1880. Waterville: Printed at M. A. Leger's Book and Job 
Office. 8vo. pp. 17. [2391 

Report of the treasurer to the president and trustees of Colby 
University. June 21, 1881. Waterville: Printed at the Sentinel 
Office. 8vo. pp. 19. [2392 

Colby University. Treasurer's report. June 10, 1882. Portland: 
Printed by B. Thurston & Co. Printers. 8vo. pp. 18. [2393 

Colby University. Treasurer's report. June 10, 1883. Portland: 
Printed by B. Thurston & Co. Printers. 8vo. pp. 22. [2394 

Waterville College. Reunions of the class of 1853. Printed for 
private distribution by Wm. P. Bartlett, Eau Claire, Wis. 1883. 
8vo. pp. 15. [2395 

Alumni of Colby University. Obituary record from 1877 to 1884. 
Supplement No. 3, including notices of all alumni whose decease 
has been learned from July, 1877 to July, 1884. Cambridge: 
John Wilson & Son. 1884. 8vo. pp. 48. [2396 

Treasurer's Report. June 10, 1884. Portland: Printed by B. 
Thurston & Co. 1884. 8vo. pp. 21. [2397 

Colby University. Treasurer's report. June 10, 1885. Portland: 
Printed by B. Thurston & Co. Printers. Svo. pp. 19. [2-398 

Colby University. Treasurer's report. 1886. Portland: Printed 
by B. Thurston & Co. 8vo. pp. 28. [2399 



300 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Cor.BY University, Continued. 

Colby University. Treasurer's report. June 1, 1887. Portland: 
Printed by B. Thurston & Co. Svo. pp. 25. [2400 

Treasurer's Report. June 1, 1888. Portland: Printed by B. 
Thurston & Co. 1888. Svo. pp. 24. [2401 

Review of the year. Professor Moses Lyford, LL. D. The corpo- 
ration and faculty. (Cover title.) From the Colby Oracle. 1S88. 
Svo. pp. 14. (2 illus.) [2402 

Annual Report of the president and faculty of Colby University. 
1889. Waterville, Me.: Printed at the Mail Office. 1889. Svo. 
pp. 31. [2403 

Treasurer's Report. June 1, 1889. Portland: Brown Thurston & 
Co. 1889. Svo. pp. 23. [2404 

Resignation of President Pepper. 1889. (From the Waterville 
Mail of July 19, 1889.) n. t. p. 12mo. pp. 4. [2405 

Exercises at the laying of the corner-stone of the Shannon obser- 
vatory and physical laboratory, Colby University, Sept. 26, 1889. 
(University seal.) Waterville, Me.: Printed for the University. 

1889. Svo. pp. 18. (2 engra.) [2406 
Addresses by President A. W. Small, Prof. W. A. Rogers, Prof. E. W. Hall, 

Mr. George N. Hurd. 

Colby University. Treasurer's report. June 1, 1890. Portland: 

Brown Thurston & Co. Svo. pp. 26. [2407 

Annual Reports of the president and faculty of Colby University. 

1890. Waterville: Printed at the Sentinel Office. 1890. Svo. pp. 
44. [2408 

Annual Report of the president and faculty of Colby University. 

1891. Waterville : Printed at the Mail Office. 1891. Svo. pp. 46. 

[2409 

Treasurer's Report. June 1, 1891. Portland: Brown Thurston 
Company. 1891. Svo. pp. 24. [2410 

PERIODICALS. 

The Oracle. Colby University, November, 1870. Lewiston: Jour- 
nal Steam Press. 1870. Svo. pp. 32. [2411 

The same, 1871. 

The same. February, 1S72. Svo. pp. 32. 
The same, for 1873. Svo. pp. 32. 
The same. 1874. Svo. pp. 4S. 

The Oracle of Colby University. Published by the students. Lew- 
iston: Printed at the Journal Office. 1S75. Svo. pp. 64. 
The same. 1876. Svo. pp. 82. 



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The same. 1877. Svo. pp. 88. 

The same. 1878. 8vo. pp. 92. 

The same. Vol. XIII. 1879. 8vo. pp. 98. 

The same. 1881. 

The same. 1882. 

Colby University. The Oracle. Volume XVI. Published by the 
students. 1882. 8vo. pp. 112. 
Portrait of President Henry E. Robins. 
Colby University. The Diamond. Published by the X Chapter of 
the Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. Waterville, Me. 1883. 8vo. 
pp. 130. 

As the result of a disagreement, the Diauiond was issued one year instead 
of the Oracle, but it forms Vol. XVII of the same series. 

Colby University. The Oracle. Vol. XVIII. 1884. Svo. pp. 203. 

The same. Vol. XIX. 1885. Svo. pp. 212. 
Contains a portrait of Hon. Abner Colburn. 

The same. Vol. XX. 1886. Svo. pp. 193. 
Contains portrait of Prof. C. E. Hamlin. 

The same. XXI. 1887. Svo. pp. 205. 
Contains portrait of Prof. W. A. Rogers. 

The same. Vol. XXII. 1888. Svo. pp. 176. 

The same. Vol. XXIII. 1889. 

The Colby Oracle for 1S90. Svo. pp. 237. 

Contains portrait of President Albion W. Small. 

CoLCORD, Emily M. 

For Thy Name's Sake, and other poems. By Millie Colcord. Port- 
land, Me.: Hoyt, Fogg & Donham. 1878. 16mo. pp. 100. (Port.) 

[2412 
Four editions have been published. 

CoLE, Albert. 1818-81. Clergyman, Winslow, Limerick, Cornish. 

A Tribute of affection to the memory of the late Rev. George W. 

Cole. By Albert Cole. Portland : Published by William Hyde. 

1845. 12mo. pp. 300. [2413 

Sermon before the Maine Missionary Society, at its sixty-fourth an- 
niversary at Bath, June 28, 1871. Text, Daniel, 2: 44. Cong. 
Conf. Minutes. 1871. pp. 75-83. [2414 

Cole, Alfred. 

Family Record of early settlers in Buckiield. Me. Biog. 2: 97. 
(1877.) 3:27,120. (1878.) [2415 

Cole, George Washington. 1805-40. Clergyman, Michigan. 
Tribute to the memory of. 1848. See Cole, Albert. 



302 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Cole, Harry G. Portland. 

Governor Morrill's Message. Neal Dow and the Maine Law, and H. 
G. Cole's Restriction License Law. (n. d.) (1855.) n. p. (Port- 
land.) 8vo. pp. 8. [2416 

Cole, Jonathan. 1803-77. Clergyman, Hallowell, 1836-56. 

Meditations for the Sick. By Jonathan Cole. Boston : James Mun- 

roe and Company. 1837. 16mo. pp. xii, 119. [2417 

Biographical Notice of. Unit. Rev. 9: 93. (1878.) [2418 

Cole, Joseph Green. 1799-1851. Lawyer, Paris. 

Remarks concerning Governor Lincoln. 1831. iSee Lincoln, Enoch. 

Notice of. N.E.Reg. 6:389. (1852.) [2419 

Notice of. 1864. See Palmer, Joseph. 

Cole, Lucy. Sedgwick. 

Narrative of life of. 1830. See Pinkham, Rebekah P. 

Cole, Samuel Valentine, h. Machiasport, 1851. Educator, Andover, 
Mass. 
Poem on Prof. Alpheus S. Packard. 1884. See Little, George T. 

Cole, Samuel W. 1796-1851. r. Cornish, 1796-1839. 

The Columbian Spelling Book: or first principles of the English 
language: exhibiting the orthography and pronunciation, on a 
new, enlarged and entertaining plan : and containing appropriate 
lessons in reading, carefully divided into suitable paragraphs. 
For the use of schools. 

•' Swift and pleasing is the course, 
When the way is smooth and clean." 

By Samuel W. Cole. Cornish. 12 mo. 1823. [2420 

The Muse, or the flowers of poetry: a choice collection of favorite 

odes, poems, songs, elegies, epitaphs, epigrams, elegant extracts, 

&c. 

" From grave to gay, from lively to severe." 

By Samuel W. Cole, author of the " Columbian Spelling Book." 
" Music resembles poetry; in each are nameless graces." 

COWPEB. 

" Then hail, ye mighty masters of the lay, 

Nature's true sons, the friends of man and truth, 
Whose song, sublimely sweet, serenely gay, 
Amused my childhood, and inform'd my youth." 

Beattie. 

Cornish, Me., author. 1827. James Adams Jr., Printer. Portland. 
ISmo. pp. 216. [2420a 

Coleman, Benjamin, D. D. 

Some Memoirs of the continuation of the history of the troubles of 
the New England colonies from the barbarous and perfidious 



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Indians, instigated by the more savage and inhuman French of 
Canada and Nova Scotia. Begun November 3, 1726. By Ben- 
jamin Coleman, D. D. Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 6:108. (1800.) 

[2421 

CoLESWORTHY, Mks. Anna. 1776-18.51. Portland. 

Obituary of. N.E.Reg. 5:473. (1851.) [2422 

CoLESVFOBTHY, Dastiel Clement. 1810-93. Publisher, Boston, r. 
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"The Contrast, " "The Three Brothers, " "Remember Now Thy 
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1830. See Holt, Fifleld. 

Common Incidents. Recommended by the book committee of the 

Maine Sabbath School Union. By Philo-Paidos. Portland : Pub- 
lished by G. Hyde & Co. D. C. Colesworthy, Printer. 1832. 
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My Teacher. By Philo-Paidos, author of " Common Incidents. " 

Revised by the committee of publication. Boston: Massachu- 
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My Minister. Or sketches of the character of Rev. Charles Jenkins, 

late of Portland. By D. C. ColesvFortliy, author of " Common 
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The same, under the following title: 

The Heavenly Friend, or recollections of my minister. 
Who to life's noblest end, 
Gave up life's noblest powers. 

Portland: S. H. Colesworthy. 18mo. pp. 112. 

Sabbath-school Hymns. By D. C Colesworthy, author of "My 

Teacher" and "My Minister." Portland: Sabbath School Depos- 
itory. 1833. ISmo. pp. 112. [2425 

Juvenile Stoi-y Book. By D. C. Colesworthy, editor of the "Sabbath 

School Instructor. " Portland: Published by S. H. Colesworthy. 
1834. 24mo. pp. 80. [2426 

An Address delivered in the Abysinnian church, Portland, Maine, 

March 4, 1835, before the people of color. By D. C Colesworthy. 
Published by request. Portland: Press of the Sabbath School 
Instructor. 1835. 8vo. pp. 16. [2427 

Poems. By Timothy Goodwise. Portland: S. H. Colesworthy. 

1836. 16mo. pp. 24. (11 illus.) [2428 

The Orphans. By Timothy Goodwise. Portland: S. H. Coles- 
worthy. 1836. 16mo. pp. 24. (4 illus.) [2429 



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304 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

CoLESWOBTHY, Daniel Clement, Continued. 

The Present. By Timothy Goodwise. Portland: S. H. Coles- 
worthy. 1836. 16mo. pp. 16. (6 illus.) [2430 

Hymns for Children. By D. C. Colesworthy, author of "Common 

Incidents," " My Teacher, " &c. Portland: S. H. Colesworthy. 
1836. 16mo. pp. 24. (22 illus.) [2431 

The Lost Boy. By Timothy Goodwise. 

worthy. 1836. 16mo. pp. 24. (3 illus.) 

Tale Bearing. By Timothy Goodwise. 

worthy. 1836. 16mo. pp. 24. (12 illus.) 

Job Elkinson. By Timothy Goodwise. 

worthy. 1836. 16mo. pp. 24. (5 illus.) 

Opening Buds. By D. C. Cole-sworthy. 

" There Is not a tree, 
A plant, a leaf, a blossom, but contains 
A folio volume. AVe may read and read, 
And read again : and still find something new; 
Something to please, and something to instruct, 
E'en in the humble weed. " 

Portland: C. W. Pennell, Printer. 1838. pp.360. (Engraved 
frontispiece.) [2435 

Advice to an Apprentice. By D. C. Colesworthy, editor of the 

"Juvenile Reformer." Portland: S. H. Colesworthy. 1836. 16mo. 
pp. 128. [2436 

The same. Second edition, under the following title: 

A Guide to Youth, or advice to an apprentice. 
" Lives of great men all remind us 

We can make our lives sublime. " 

Portland: S. H. Colesworthy, 1841. 16mo. pp. 128. 
Happy Deaths. Designed for Sabbath-schools. By D. C. Coles- 
worthy. Portland: A. Shirley, Printer. 1840. 16mo. pp. 36. 

[2437 

A Touch at the Times. 

" If folly cannot be abashed, 
It must be ridiculed or lashed. " 

Portland: For sale at the bookstores. 1840. 18mo. pp. 72. [2438 

Chronicles of Casco Bay. 

Generations to come will applaud the wisdom, integrity and wonderful 
perseverance of the first planters of our shores. 

Edward Russell. 

Portland: Sanborn & Carter. MDCCCL. Press of A. Shirley & 
Co. 8vo. pp. 56. (1 plate.) [2439 

CoLESwoKTHY, DANIEL Peckek. 1778-1853. Portland. 

Notice of. N. E. Reg. 6: 389. (1852.) [2440 



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CoLESwoRTHY, SAMUEL H. Portland. 

The Scholar's Aid, designed to instruct him in the ways of useful- 
ness. By Timothy Goodwise. Portland: S. H. Colesworthy, 
1869. 16rao. pp. 105. (Port.) [24-11 

The Scholar's Friend. By Timotliy Goodwise. " Study to be Wise." 

Portland: S. H. Colesworthy. 1830. 16mo. pp. 106. [2442 

The foregoing were not by D. C. Colesworthy, some of whose works 
appeared under the same pseudonym. 

Editor. The Eastern Rosebud. Semi-monthly. Portland. 1841- 

43. Square 16mo. [2443 

CoLLAMEK, Jacob, LL. D. 1792-186.5. Burlington, Yt. 

Addresses on the death of Hon. Jacob Collamer, delivered in the 

Senate and House of Representatives, on Thursday, December 

14, 1865. Washington: Government Printing Office. 1866. 8vo. 

pp. 85. [2444 

Address by William P. Fesseuden, pp. 28-34. 

Collected Poems. F. W. Baltes & Co. Portland, n. d., sm. 4to. n. 

pp. (pp. 9.) ' [2445 

One hundred copies. 

Collecting Salmon Spaavn in Maine. Harp. Mag. 49:29. (1874.) 
(Illus.) [2446 

(A) Collection, not of opinions but of facts. Facts are for the mil- 
lions, opinions, the few. Documentary history of the Maine 
Law: comprising the original Maine Law, the New York Prohib- 
itory Liquor Law, legislative debates, arguments, judicial de- 
cisions, statistics, important correspondence: "Inquisition" and 
prohibition versus "Freedom" and anti-prohibition. "Let 
facts be submitted to a candid world. " "iVujic est hihendum; " .s* 
quando. New York: Hall & Brothers. 1855. 8vo. pp. 128. 

[2447 
CoLMAN, Samuel. Portland. 

The Portland Directory, containing names of the inliabitants, 

places of business, and dwelling-houses, with lists of the streets, 

lanes and wharves, the town officers, public offices and banks. 

Portland: Published by S. Colman, 1830. 16mo. pp.96. [2448 

Collins, George E., M. D. 1839-67. Physician, Bethel. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1869. See Gordon, S. C. 
Colonization. 

Address of the board of managers of the Colonization Society of 
the State of Maine. (Portland, Apr. 1855.) 8vo. pp. 7. [2449 

CoLLiNGWooD, HERBERT WiNSLOW. b. 1857. Author, Huckinsuck, 
N. J. 
Andersonville Yiolets. A story of the Northern and Southern life. 
Boston: Lee & Shepard. 1889. 12mo. pp. 270. [2450 

21 



306 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Collins, A. C. 

Game Protection. Outing. 15:203. (1889.) [24.51 

Relates to Maine game laws. 

Collins, Daniel. 

Narrative of the shiijwreck of the brig Betsey, of Wiscasset, 
(Maine) and murder of five of lier crew, by pirates, on the coast 

of Cuba, Dec. 1824. 

" Quceque ipse miserrima vidi, 
Et quorum pars magna fui. " 

By Daniel Collins, one of the only tAvo survivors. Wiscasset: 
Printed by John Dorr. 1825. 8vo. pp. 52. [2452 

Colored Race. 

Proceedings of the convention which formed the Maine union in 
behalf of the coloi'ed race, with the address of the executive 
committee to the public. Portland: Merrill and Byram. 1835. 
8vo. pp. 16. [2453 

Columbia, [ncorporated 1796. 

Marriages and intentions, 1796-1806. See Bucknam, Seward. 

Sketch of. 1886. See Bucknam, Samuel. 

Deaths in Columbia Falls. (Copied from gravestones.) Bang. H. 

M. 3: 156. (1888.) [2454 

(The) Columbian Pkeachee: or, a collection of original sermons, 
from i^reachers of eminence in the United States, embracing the 
distinguishing doctrines of grace. Volume I. Catskill: Pub- 
lished by Nathan Elliot, 1808. 8vo. pp. 304. [2455 
Sermon vi. " Be watchful and strengthen the things which remain, that 
are ready to die." Rev. 3: 2. Asermon. By the Reverend JNIoses Hem- 
menway, D. D., pastor of a church in Wells, District of Maine, i)p. 101-124. 

CoMSTOCK, Solomon, and family. Edinburg and Argyle. 1889. See 
Porter, J. W. 

CoNANT Family. 

Tabular Pedigree of 1884. See Conant, Frederick Odell. 
History and genealogy of. 1887. <S'ee Conant, Frederick Odell. 

CoNANT, Fkedekick Odell. 6. Portland. 1857. Merchant, Portland. 
Genealogical Notes on the Sweetsir family. O. T. 8:11.38. (1884.) 

[2450 
Genealogical Notes on the Drinkwater family. O. T. 8: 1142. 

(1884.) [2457 
Tabular Pedigree of the Conant family. Eight generations: six 

hundred names. Privately printed. Portland. 1884. [2458 

Gravestone Inscriptions, Yarmouth. O. T. 8: 1185, (1884.) [2459 

Extract from the register of All Saints church, East Budleigh, 

Devon, England. Me. Rec. 2: 189. (1884.) [2460 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 307 

A History and Genealogy of the Conant family in England and 

America; thirteen generations, 1520-1887. Containing also notes 
on the Connet, Connett and Cunnit families. (Illus.) By 
Frederick Odell Conant, M. A. Privately Printed. Portland, 
Maine. U. S. A. 1887. 8vo. pp. xiv, (11), 640. [2461 

Abstract of Odell wills. Me. Eec. 3: .58. (1888.) [2462 

Biographical Sketches of the members of the class of 1880. (Mon- 
ogram.) Bowdoin College. Prepared for the decennial reunion, 
June 26, 1890. (Xo imprint.) Svo. pp. 22. (2 plates.) [2463 

CoNDiT, Jonathan Baily, D. D. 1807-76. Clergyman, Portland, 1838- 

1845. 

An address delivered before the literary societies of Dartmouth 

College, July 28,1841. By J. B. Condit. Portland : Newall A. 

Foster, Printer. 1841. Svo. pp. 31. [2464 

Christians Fellow-helpers to the Truth. (Ill John Epis., 8.) A ser- 
mon at the 37th anniversary of the Maine Missionary Society, at 
Bath, South church, June 26, 1844. By Eev. J. B. Condit of 
Second church, Portland. Portland: Thurston, Illsley & Co. 
1844. 8vo. pp. 21. [2465 

(A) CONFEKENCE MEETING HvMN BoOK. 

"Let us sing unto the Lord," Eastport: Published by Hiram S. 
Favor. 1832. Copyrighted by publisher. John Bent, Printer. 
24mo. pp.95. [2466 

The same. By a layman. Second edition, improved. Eastport: 

H. B. Williams. 1835. 24mo. 

CONFEKENCES, INDIAN. 

Georgetown on Arrowsick Island, Aug. 9th, 1717. Anno-que Regni 
Regis Georgii Britannia^, &c. A conference of His Excellency the 
governor, with the sachems and chief men of the Eastern Indians. 
Boston: Printed by B. Green, Printer to His Excellency, the 
Governor and Council. And sold by Benj, Eliot, at his shop 
below the Town-house. 4to. pp. 13. [2467 

'The same. IST. H. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2: 242. (1827.) Also, N. H. 

Prov. Papers. 3:693. (1869.) 
Reprinted in Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 3: 361. (1853.) 

— — The Conference with the Eastern Indians at the ratification of the 

peace, held at Falmouth, in Casco Bay, in July and August, 1726. 

Boston: For Benj. Eliot. 1726. 4to. pp. 23. [2468 

The same, reprinted. Boston: B. Kneeland. 1754. 4to. pp. 20 

The same. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 3: 377. (1853.) 

The Conference with the Eastern Indians, at the further ratification 

of the peace, held at Falmouth in Casco Bay, in July, 1727. 

Boston: 1727. 4to. pp. 31. [2469 



308 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Conferences, Indian, Continued. 

The same. (Colophon.) Boston: Reprinted by S. Kneeland, by 

order of the Honourable House of Representatives, 1754. 4to. pp. 

27. Reprinted in Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 3:407. (1S5.3); also, in 

Akins; Pub. Doc. Nova Scotia. 
At the treaty of 1726, at Falmouth, some tribes were not represented; 

therefore, another treaty was made the following- year. 

A Conference of His Excellency Jonathan Belcher, Esq.; captain, 

general and governor in chief of His Majesty's province of the 
Massachusetts Bay in Xew England, with Edewakenk, chief 
sachem of the Penobscot tribe, Loron, one of the chief captains 
of the same tribe, Toxus, chief sachem of the Norridgewock 
tribe, Adiawando, chief sachem of the Piqwacket tribe, and 
Medaganesset, chief sachem of the Amerescoggin tribe, 
with other chief men of the said Indian tribes, at Falmouth in 
Casco Bay, July, 1732. Annoq; Regni Regis Georgii Secundi, 
Magnae BritanniiB, se. Sexto, n. t. p. Boston: B. Green. 1732. 
4to. pp. 23. [2470 

A Conference held at the fort at St. Geoi-ge's in the county of 

York, the fourth day of August, Anno Regni Regis Georgii 
Secundi, Magnai Brittannise, Franciaj et Hibernise, 1742. Decimo 
Sexto, Annoq: Domini, 1742. Between His Excellency William 
Shirley, Esq., captain general and governor in chief, in and over 
His Majesty's province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, 
And the chief sachems and captains of the Penobscot, Norridge- 
wock, Picwacket or Amiscoggin or Saco, St. John's, Bescommon- 
conty or Amerescoggin and St. Francis tribes of Indians. August 
2, 1742. n. t. p. Boston: J. Draper. 1742. 4to. pp. 19. [2471 

A Conference held at St. George's in the county of York, on the 

twentieth day of September Anno Regni Regis Georgii Secundi 
Magnre Brittanniaj Francise et Hibernise, Vicesimo Septimo 
Annoque Domini. 1753. Between Sir William Pepperrell, 
Baronet, Jacob Wendell, Thomas Hubbard, and John Winslow, 
Esqrs.: and Mr. James Bowdoin, commissioners appointed by His 
Excellency William Shirley, Esq.: captain general and governor 
in chief, in and over His Majesty's Province of the Massachusetts 
Bay in New England, to treat witli the Eastern Indians on the 
one part, and the Indians of the Penobscot tribe of the other part. 
Boston in New England : Printed by Samuel Kneeland, Printer 
to the Honorable House of Representatives. 1753. 8vo. pp. 26. 

[2472 

CoNGDON, Charles Taber. New York 

Destruction of Portland. Nation, 3:31. (1866.) [2473 

Congregationalism. 

Ratio Disciplinae. 1829. See Upham, Thomas C 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 309 

A Manual of Congregationalism, prepared for the General Confer- 
ence of the Congregational Churches in Maine, and recommended 
by that body to the consideration of the churches. Portland: 
Hyde & Lord. 1848. See Pond, Enoch. [2474 

Polity, usages and law. 1865. See Davis, Woodbury. 

CONGREGATIONALISTS. 

The records of the General Conference of the Congregational Churches of 
Maine, from 1824 to 1827 were not published at the time, except briefly in 
the Christian Mirror, Portland. They were printed in the minutes of the 
General Conference, in 18G4, pp. 75-79. 

Minutes of the General Conference of Maine at their annual meet- 
ing in Gorham in June (24-26), 1828. Portland: Shirley & Hyde, 
Publishers. 1828. 8vo. pp. 24. [2475 

Minutes of same, held in Waldoborough, 1829. 8vo. pp. 24. 

Minutes of same, held in Winthrop, 1830. 8vo. pp. 24. 

Minutes of same, held in Fryeburg, 1831. 8vo. pp. 28. 

Minutes of same, held in Wiscasset, 1832. 8vo. pp. 32. 

Minutes of same, held in Portland, 1833. 8vo. pp. 24. 

Minutes of same, held in Bath, 1834. 8vo. pp. 32. 

Minutes of same, held in Bangor, 1835. 8vo. pp. 16. 

Minutes of same, held in Augusta, 1836. 8vo. pp. 16. 

Minutes of same, held in Xorth Yarmouth, 1837. 8vo. pp. 24. 

Minutes of same, held in Saco, 1838. 8vo. pp. 28. 

Minutes of same, held in Brunswick, 1839. 8vo. pp. 51. 

Minutes of same, held in Hallowell, 1840. 8vo. pp. 24. 

Minutes of same, held in Machias, 1841. 8vo. pp. 22. 

Minutes of same, held in Portland, 1842. 8vo. pp. 24. 

-Minutes of same, held in Bangor, 1843. 8vo. pp. 24. 

Minutes of same, held in Bath, 1844. 8vo. pp. 32. 

Minutes of same, held in Fryeburg, 1845. 8vo. pp. 24. 

Minutes of same, held in Augusta, 1846. 8vo. pp. 24. 

Minutes of same, held in Portland, 1847. Svo. pp. 27. 

Minutes of same, held in Bangor, 1848. 8vo. pp. 32. 

Minutes of same, held in Bath, 1849 8vo. pp. 32. 

Minutes of same, held in South Berwick, 1850. Svo. pp. 24. 

Minutes of same, held in Yarmouth, 1851. Svo. pp. 23. 

Minutes of same, held in Searsport, 1852. Svo. pp. 32. 

Minutes of same, held in Saco, 1853. Svo. pp. 32. 

Minutes of same, held in Bangor, 1854. Svo. pp. 46. 

Minutes of same, held in Portland, 1855. Svo. pp. 48. 



310 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

CONGREGATIONALISTS, Continued. 

Minutes of same, held in Calais, 1856. 8vo. pp. 32. 

Minutes of same, held in Bath, 1857. 8vo. pp. 60. 

Rev. Joliu Sawyer, aged 102 years, addressed earnestly the Sabbath-schools, 
p. 18. 

Minutes of same, held in Augusta, 1858. 8vo. pp. 68. 

Minutes of same, held in Portland, 1859. 8vo. pp. 76. 

An earnest discus.slon opened by Rev. William T. Dwight, D. D., of 
Portland, on the refusal of the American Tract Society of New York to issue 
tracts on the sin of slavery and the slave trade. A minority and a majority 
report were presented. On motion of Dr. Dwight, the minority report was 
adopted, only a few votes being in the negative. This disapproved the 
course of N. Y. Soc. and approved the action of the Am. Tract Soc. Boston, 
in issuing and circulating tracts on the subject. 

Minutes of same, held in Bangor, 1360. 8vo. pp. 76. 

Minutes of same, held in Brunswick, 1861. 8vo. pp. 72. 

Minutes of same, held in Portland, 1862. 8vo. pp. 80. 

Title of General Conference changed to "General Conference of the Con- 
gregational Churches in Maine, " p. 17. Summary Gen. Conferences, 1826-62, 
by E. F. Duren, pp. 78, 79. 

Minutes of same, held in Biddeford, 1863. 8vo. pp. 72. 

Minutes of same, held in Searsport, 1864. 8vo. pp. 80. 

In memoriam Rev. Benjamin Tappan, first moderator of Conference, and 
Rev. Charles Packard, last moderator, pp. 23-24. 

Minutes of same, held in Portland, 1865. 8vo. pp. 88. 

In memory of Rev. David Thurston, pp. 11, 12. 

In memoriam of Rev. Franklin Yeaton, Rev. William Davenport, and 
Rev. Cyril Pearl, by Rev. Uriah Balkam. Summary General Conferences, 
1826-65. Tables, pp. 84, 85. 

Minutes of same, held in Bath, 1866. 8vo. pp. 79. 

In memoriam, by Rev. George E. Adams, of Brunswick, of Rev. John E. 

Adams; by Elbridge G. Carpenter, of Waldoboro, of Rev. Daniel Sewall; 

by Rev. Uriah Balkam, of Lewiston, of Rev. Wm. T. Dwight, D. D., and 

others, pp. 7-9. 

Minutes of same, held in Lewiston, 1867. pp. 157. 

Churches and ministers from 1872 to 1867, with occasional references from 

1613 to 1671, by Elnathan F. Duren, of Bangor, pp. 2, 67, 145-147, 150-157. In 

memoriam of Rev. William Jenks, D. D., Rev. Clement Parker, Rev. 

Simeon Waters, Rev. Allen Greeley, Rev. George W. Cressey, and Rev. 

Elbridge G. Carpenter, by William Warren, of Gorham, pp. 79, 80. 

Minutes of same, held in Thomaston, 1868, with missionary sermon 

by Rev. Uriah Balkam, D. D. 8vo. 120. 

In memoriam of Rev. Messrs. Noah Cressey, John Wilde, Daniel Kendrick, 
George Shepard, and William Smith, by Rev. U. Balkam, pp. 63-65. 

Minutes of same, held in Bangor, 1869. With missionary sermon 

by Rev. Alfred E. Ives. 8vo. pp. 112. 

In memoriam of Rev. Messrs. .lohn A. Perry, Benjamin C. Chase, Elijah 
Jones, Charles Soule, E. P. Littletield, G. W. Campbell, Wheelock Craig, 
Joseph Vaill, William J. Breed, John Orr, and Swan L. Pomeroy, by Rev. 
William Warren, of Gorham. pp. 10-13. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 311 

Minutes of same, held in Yarmouth, 1870. With missionary sermon 

by Rev. Jason K. Mason. 8vo. pp. 116. 

Minutes of same, held in Bath, 1871. With missionary sermon by 

Rev. Albert Cole. Svo. pp. 128. 

Minutes of same, held in Skowhegan, 1872. With missionary ser- 
mon by Rev. Joseph Smith. 8vo. pp. 120. 

Minutes of same, held in Gorham, 1873. 8vo. pp. 128. 

Minutes of same, held in New Castle, 1874. 8vo. pp. 132. 

Minutes of same, held in Augusta, 1875. 8vo. pp. 160. 

Minutes of same, held in Portland, 1876. 8vo. pp. 272. 

Minutes of same, held in Calais, 1877. 8vo. pp- 124. 

Minutes of same, held in Auburn, 1878. Svo. pp. 144. 

Minutes of same, held in Winthrop, 1879. 8vo. pp. 172. 

Minutes of same, held in Foxcroft and Dover, 1880. 8vo. pp. 152. 

Minutes of same, held in Portland, 1881. 8vo. pp. 228. 

Minvites of same, held in Bangor, 1882. 8vo. pp. 212. 

Memorial discourse on Enocb Pond, D. D., by Samuel Harris, D. D., LL. D. 
111-133. See Harris, Samuel. 

Minutes of same, held in Farmington, 1883. Svo. pp. 219. 

Minutes of same, held in Biddeford, 1884. Svo. pp. 208. 

Minutes of same, held in Lewiston, 1885. Svo. pp. 220. 

Minutes of same, held in Bath, 1886. Svo. pp. 288. 

^Minutes of same, held in Augusta, 1SS7. Svo. pp. 224. 

List of life members of the Maine Missionary Society supposed to be 
living, compiled by E. F. Duren, pp. 221-233. 

Minutes of same, held in Rockland, ISSS. Svo. pp. 284. 

Minutes of same, held in Portland, 1889. Svo. i)p. 208. 

Minutes of .same, held in Bridgton. 1890. Svo. pp. 240. 

Articles of Faith and a church covenant, reported by the committee 

of the General Conference of Maine. Portland: Shirley & Hyde, 

Exchange St. 1828. 24mo. [2476 

History General Conference. 1837. See Freeman, Charles. 

Correspondence of Maine General Conference upon slavery. 1840. 

See Anti-Slavery. 

Chui'ches and ministers of, in Maine, to 1840. -See Gillet, Eliphalet. 

Churches and ministers of, in Maine. 1672-1867. See Duren, Elna- 

than F. 

CoxNiN, CoNABY, CoxY, CoNEY, CoxY FAMILIES. 1885. See Williams, 
Joseph H. 

CoNNOB, Selden. h. 1839. Governor of Maine, Augusta, Portland. 
Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 



312 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

(A) COXSERVATIVE WHIG. 

The Duty of Conservative Whigs in the Present Crisis. A letter to 
The Hon. Riifus Choate, by a conservative Whig. 

" Ne quid respublica detrimenti caperet.'^ 
Boston. I806. Svo. pp. 21. [2477 

In reply to his letter to the Whigs of Maine. See Choate, Rufus; also, 
Pearson, H. B. The quotation is incorrect. 

Conspectus. 

A Conspectus or clear view of the laws in any way affecting the 
titles and conveyances to lands in the eastern part of the province 
(of Maine), which have occasioned controversies and disputes, 
being claimed by virtue of ancient grants from the native Indians. 
1753. pp. 4. [2478 

Constance of Acadia. 1886. See Tennej^, Edward P. 

Constitution and By-laws of the New Hampshire College of Agricul- 
ture and the Mechanic Arts Alumni Association. March 23d, 
1880. Sanford: W. A. Allen, Book, Card & Job Printer. 1880. 
16rao. pp. 7. [2479 

(The) Conversion of a Mahometan, to the Christian religion, de- 
scribed in a letter from Gaifer in England to Ali-Ben-Hayton, 
his friend in Turkey. We speak that we do know. Hallowell: 
Printed by Peter Edes. 1797. 12mo. pp. 21. [2480 

CoNWELL, Russell H. b. 1843. Clergyman, Philadelphia. 

The Life, Speeches, and Public Services of James A. Garfield, 
twenty-fifth president of the United States. Including an ac- 
count of his assassination, lingering pain, death and burial. By 
Russell H. Conwell, author of "Life of President Hayes," "Life 
of Bayard Taylor," "Great Fire in Boston," etc, etc. With an 
introduction by His Excellency John D. Long, governor of 
Massachusetts. Augusta: Me. E. C. Allen. 1881. 12mo. pp. 
384. (Illus.) [2481 

The Life and Public Services of James G. Blaine, with incidents, 

anecdotes, and romantic events connected with his early life: 
containing also speeches and important historical documents re- 
lating to his later years. 
"Dare to do right, and trust the consequences to Infinite Wisdom." 

J. G. Blaine. 1885. 

By Russell H. Conwell, author of "Life of President Hayes," 
"Life of President Garfield," How and Why the Chinese Emi- 
grate," "History of the Great Fire in Boston," "History of the 
Great Fire in St. John," "Biography of Gianovello, the Walden- 
sian Hero," "Life of Bayard Taylor," etc., &c., &c. Illustrated. 
Boston: B. B. Russell. (1884) 12mo. pp. 504. [2482 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 313 

(Also) Biography of Gen. John A. Logan of Illinois, in childhood, man- 
hood, peace and war. By Russell H. Conwell. Illustrated. 1884. (Paged 
continuously with Life of Blaine.) 

Sermon at Parsonsfield. 1885. See Dearborn, J. W. 

Cony Family. 

1884. See Smith, W. H. 

(1885.) See Williams, Joseph H. 

Cony, Samuel. 1811-70. Lawyer, governor of Maine; Oldtown, 
Augusta. 
Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

Cook, Amos Joxes. 1777-183G. Teacher, Fryeburg. 

The Student's Companion; containing a variety of poetry, &c., se- 
lected from the most celebrated authors; designed to improve 
youth in reading and parsing the English language. To v^hich 
are added miscellaneous questions on the sciences usually 
taught in American schools, &c. By Amos Jones Cook, precep- 
tor of Fryeburg Academy. Portland: Printed by Arthur Shirley. 
1812. 12mo. pp. 144. (Illus.) [2483 

The same. Second edition, Concord, N. H. Printed by Isaac Hill. 

1825. 12mo. pp. 168. 

Addresses to Sabbath-school Scholars. By a superintendent. 

Portland: Shirley & Hyde, Exchange Street. 1828. 16mo. pp. 
108. [2484 

CooK-BooK Xo. 2. 

Prepared by the ladies of the Universalist society, Deering, Me. 
Portland: Printed by B. Thurston & Co. 1884. 16mo. pp.36. 

[2485 
Cook, Charles S. 

Extracts from the first book of records of the proprietors of the 

township lying on the nortli branch of the Piscataquoag River. 

Contributed by Charles S. Cook, Esq, Me. Rec. 4: 245. (1887.) 

[2486 
The township was Raymond, and the records commence in 1734. 

CooK, Crowell, and family. Brewer. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

Cook, Gideon. Clergyman, Sanford. 

A Sermon preached at South Berwick, Feb. 9, 1825, at the funeral 
of Rev. Joshua Chase, pastor of the Baptist church at that 
place. By Rev. Gideon Cook, pastor of the Baptist church in 
Sanford. Kennebunk, James K. Remick, 1825. 8vo. pp. 15. 

[2487 
Cook, Joel. Journalist. Philadelphia. 

An Eastern Tour at Home. By Joel Cook, author of "A Holiday 
Tour in Europe," "England Picturesque and Descriptive," etc., 
etc. Reprinted from the Philadelphia Ledger. Philadelphia: 



314 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Cook, Joel, Continued. 

David McKay, Publisher, 23 South Ninth Street. 1889. 12 mo. 
pp. 286. [2-188 

Chapter XXXI. Going down East, p. 223. (Portsmouth and Kittery.) Chap. 
XXXII. The Isles of Shoals. Chap. XXXIII. Entering the Pine Tree 
State, 238. (The city of Portland; The sea fight; From Portland to the 
Penobscot.) Chap. XXXIV. The River of Norumbega, 240, (The Penobscot: 
The Red men of the Eastern land; Tlie noted settlement at Castine.) Chap. 
XXXV. The Great Penobscot Bay, 254. (An exploration : The archipelago : 
The insular town of Islesboro.) Chap. XXXVI. The End, 262. (The appear- 
ance of Mount Desert; The fogs and the aquatics; The Green Mountain 
view.) 

A.n Islesboro Sketch. By Joel Cook. (Engraving.) With illustra- 
tions by Louis K. Harlow. Published by the Boston Photo- 
gravure Co. 1890. 12mo. pp. .3-3.5. (28 illustrations.) [2489 

Xew Rules for Congressional Procedure. Our Day. 6: 43. (1890.) 

[2490 
Relating to interpretation of rules of Speaker Reed. 

Cook, Melville B. Friend.ship. ' 

Japan. A sailor's visit to the Island Empire. By M. B. Cook. Xew 
York: John B. Alden, Publisher. 1890. 12mo. pp. 46. [2491 

Cook, Thomas. 

The Xew Universal Letter Writer. Containing letters on friend- 
ship, love, courtsliip, marriage, duty, religion, trade, amusement, 
and other new and useful subjects. By the Rev. Thomas Cook, 
A. B., and one of the authors of the new Royal and Universal 
Dictionary of Arts and Sciences in England. Also forms of 
bonds, deeds, indentures, powers of attorney, cards of compli- 
ments, &c., &c. In two volumes. Hallowell: Published by 
Ezekiel Goodale, at the Hallowell Bookstore, sign of the Bible. 
N. Cheever, Printer. 1812. 24mo. Vol. I, pp. viii, 13, 132. Vol. 
II, pp. 86. Contents, pp. 2. [2492 

Cook, William, and family. Brewer. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

Cooke, M. C London, Eng. 

Decades of Maine Fungi. 1869. See Port. Nat. Hist. Proc. 

Cooke, Viivcext S. Philadelphia. 

As a man, the noblest of his times. 

As a citizen, the grandest of his nation. 

As a statesman, the idol of millions of people. 

The Life and Public Services of our Greatest Living Statesman, 
Hon. James G. Blaine, "The Plumed Knight." Embracing a 
full account of his early life; his .struggles with poverty and ef- 
forts to obtain an education; his career as a school-teacher; his 
brilliant service as a Congressman; his able and patriotic record 
in the Senate of the United States and as Secretary of State dur- 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 315 

Garfield's able administration; his manful battles with rings and 
corruption in high places. By Vincent S. Cooke, of the "Phila- 
delphia Press, " the distinguished and popular writer. To which 
is added the life of Gen'l John A. Logan. With a full account 
of his services as a general and his i-ecord as a statesman. The 
work also contains an account of the election and administration 
of every president from Washington to Arthur, and fine portraits 
of all of them, with a complete history of the Republican party, 
and a large amount of valuable statistical matter, giving the re- 
turns of all our presidential elections. Illustrated with numer- 
ous fine and appropriate engravings. Gately & Haskell, Balti- 
more, Md. M. R. Gately, Boston, Mass. Gatley & Conroy, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. E. Gately & Co., 16.5 Chambers Street, New York. 
E. Gately & Co., Hartford, Conn. E. Gately & Co., Cleveland, 
Ohio. n. d. (Copyright, 1S84.) 16mo. pp. 396. Appendices, pp. 
92, 54, 11, 14, 17, 4, 25, 17, 42. [2493 

CooLiDGE, Austin Jacobs. 1824-95. Watertown, Mass., and Mans- 
field, J. B. 
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[2495 

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316 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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22 



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Sermon, anniversary. 1878. See Perry, Trueman S. 

Articles of Faith and covenant of the Congregational church of 

Cumberland, Maine. Bridgton: From the press of the Bridgton 
News. 1878. 24mo. pp. 12. [2566 

Cumberland and Oxford Canal. 

Report of the committee appointed to procure a survey of the 
route of the contemplated Cumberland and Oxford canal; to 
which is added the report of the engineer, containing an estimate 
of the expense of making the canal. Published by order of the 
corporation. Portland: Printed at the Mirror Office. 1823. Svo- 
pp. 15. [2567 

Cumberland Collection of Sacred Music. 1846. *See Sweetser, Ben- 
jamin, Jr. 

Cumberland County, established 1760. 

Court Files. 1770. ,See Sargent, W. M. 
Topographical Description of the plantations W., N. and N. E. of 

Sebago Pond. Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 3:239. (1794.) [2.568 

-.Account of febrile diseases in, 1800-01. -See Barker, Jeremiah. 

Cochranism in. 1819. See Stinchfield, Ephraim. 

Ilules and regulations of the bar, in the county of Cumberland, 

adopted March 13, 1829. Portland: Day and Eraser, Printers, 

Exchange Street. 1829. 8vo. pp. 19. [2569 
Report of the Cumberland County Temperance Society. Annual 

meeting, January, 1831. 12mo. pp. 36. [2570 
13y-laws and system of police of the Cumberland District Medical 

Society. Portland: Arthur Shirley, Printer. 1832. 16mo. pp. 

18. [2571 
Address to members of the Cumberland Bar. 1833. See Hopkins, 

James D. 
Fifth Annual Report of the directors of the Cumberland County 

Temperance Society, read at its annual meeting, in High Street 

church. Portland. January 9, 1835. 12mo. pp. 20. [2572 

By Rev. A. S. Packard. 

-Members of the bar of. 1838. See Hopkins, James D. 

Members of the Cumberland County bar. 1700 to 1838. Am. Q. 

Reg. 12:274. (18.39.) [2573 



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List of Congregational ministers of. 1840. See Gillet, E. 

Proceedings of the Cumberland bar upon the death of Simon 

Greenleaf. Law Kep. 6: (n. s.) 479. (1853.) [2574 

Address to people of. 1853. See Adams, John M. 

llules and regulations of the Cumberland Bar Association, n. d. 

(1SG4.) Stephen Berry, Printer. 1721-22. Fore Street, Portland. 
8vo. pp. 7. [2575 

Cumberland Co. Ass. of ministers. 1788-1867. See Weston, Isaac. 

Newspaper Press of. 1869. See Holden, Charles. 

Second Annual Meeting of the Cumberland Sunday-school Asso- 
ciation, held at Portland, Oct. 25, 26, 1870. 8vo. pp. 16. [2-576 

Atlas of. 1871. See Beers, F. W. 

Press of. 1872. See Griffin, Joseph. 

History of the Press in. 1875. See Elwell, E. H. 

Papers relating to the Press in. 1876. See Elwell, E. H. 

Papers relating to the Press in. 1877. See Thurston, Brown. 

Papers relating to the Press in. 1878. See Elwell, E. H. 

Historical and Descriptive Sketch of. 1880. See Thwing, E. P. 

History of. 1880. See Clayton, W. W. 

Paper relating to the Press in. 1880, 1881, 1882. See Thurston, 

Brown. 

County Buildings, history of. 1881. See Goold, William. 

Account of Provincial Court seals in. (1883.) See Goodell, Abner 

C, Jr. 

Papers relating to the Press in. 1883. See Pickard, S. T. 

Papers relating to the Press in. 1884. See Chase, Albro E. 

Papers relating to the Press in. 1886, 1887, 1888, 1890. See 

Thurston, Brown. 

Cuming, Henky, D. D. 1739-1823. Clergyman, Billerica, Mass. 

A Sermon preached on the 9th day of October, 1799, at the ordi- 
nation of the Rev. Caleb Bradley to the pastoral care of tLe 
church and people of God, in the second parish of Falmouth. 
By Henry Cuming, A. M., pastor of the church in Billerica. 
Portland: Printed by E. A. Jenks. 8vo. pp. 36. [2577 

Ctjmmings, Abraham. 1755-1827. Clergyman, r. Maine. 1765-1827. 
The Nature and Subjects of Christian Baptism Considered. In two 
discourses. Delivered to the Baptist society in North Yarmouth : 



328 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

CuMMiNGS, Abraham, Continued. 

and published at the desire of the bearers. By Abraham Cum- 
mings, A. B. 

In your concord and agreeing in charity, Jesus Christ is sung and every 
one of you all make up the concert. Ignatius. 

" Neither because they are the seed of Abraham, are they all children." 

Paul. 
Printed at Portland by B. Titcomb, June MDCCXCV. 8vo. pp. 
29. [2578 

A Dissertation on the introduction of the glory of the millenium, to 

which is prefixed a discourse on the two witnesses. By Abraham 
Cummings, A. M. 
" We look for the resurrection of the just, and for the thousand years. " 

Justin Martyr. 

Published according to Act of Congress. Boston: Printed by 
Manning Loring, 1797 8vo. pp. 2G, 118. [2579 

Believers Proved to be the Only Proper Subject of Baptism. In 

reply to a publication, entitled, "Sprinkling the Proper Mode, 
and Infants the Proper Subjects of Baptism. By Nathaniel 
Emmons, A. M. " By AbraJiam Cummings, A. M. 
The tongue of the wise is health. 

Solomon. 

Boston: Printed by Manning and Loring. 179S. 12mo. pp. 64. 

[2580 

The Present Times Perilous. A sermon, preached at Sullivan, on 

the national Fast, April 25, 1799. By Abraham Cummings, A. M. 
Printed for David J. Waters, Castine. n. d. (1799.) 8vo. pp. 24. 

[2581 

Contemidations on the Chei'ubim: wherein is considered the use 

and design of those sacred symbols. Boston : Printed by John 
Eliot, Jun. 1812. 12mo. pp. 184. [2582 

The Harmony of Christians, the gloi-y of God. A sermon, delivered 

at Sullivan (Me.), September, 1820. By Abraham Cummings, A. 
M. Published by the desire of the hearers. Second edition. 
Hallowell: Printed by Goodale, Glazier & Co. 1822. 8vo. pp. 
16. [2583 

Immortality Proved by the Testimony of Sense. In which is con- 
templated the doctrine of spectres, and the existence of a 
particular spectre. Addressed to the candor of this enlightened 
age. By Abr. Cummings. Bath: J. G. Torrey. 1826. 8vo. pp. 76. 

[2584 

Cummings, Asa, D. D. 1790-1857. Clergyman, North Yarmouth, Port- 
land. 
A Discourse delivered at Brunswick (Maine), April 6, 1820, the day 
of the annual Fast in Maine and Massachusetts. By Asa Cum- 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 329 

mings, A. B. Brunswick: Joseph Griffin, Printer. 1820. 8vo. 
pp. 36. [2.585 

Text, .Ter. 14: 7. " Tho' our iniquities testify against us." 

-A Sermon delivered November 7, 1821, at the ordination of the Rev. 
John A. Douglass, to the pastoral care of the Congregational 
church in Waterford. By Asa Cummings, pastor of the First 
church in Xorth Yarmouth. Portland: Printed by Thayer, 
Tappan & Stickney. 1832. 8vo. pp. 32. [2586 

-Love to the Church the Highest Distinction. A sermon delivered 
before the First church at North Yarmouth, July 25, 1824, preced- 
ing an election to the office of deacon, left vacant by the death of 
Deacon Ammi R. Mitchell. Portland : Printed at the Mirror Office. 
1824. 8vo. pp. 40. [2587 

-The Divine Excellency. 2 Chron. 14: 11. A sermon delivered at 
Gorham, .June 25, 1828, before the Maine Missionary Society, at 
their twenty-first anniversary. By Asa Cummings, editor of the 
Christian Mirror. Portland: Shirley & Hyde, Exchange Street. 
1828. Svo. [2588 

-A Memoir of the Rev. Edward Paysou, D. D., late pastor of the 
Second church in Poi-tland. 

" Bene orasse est bene stnduisfie." 

Luther. 

Portland: Ann L.Payson. Shirley & Hyde, Printers. 1830. 12mo. 

pp. 444. (Port.) [2589 

-The same. Second edition. Boston: Published by Crocker & 

Brewster, 47 Washington Street. New York: J. Leavitt, 182 

Broadway. 1830. 12mo. pp. 410. [2590 

-The same. 1830. 12mo. pp. viii, 400. 
-The same. Published by the American Tract Society. 150 Nassau 

Street, New York. D. Funshaw, Printer, n. d. (1830.) 12mo. 

pp. 486. [2.59 

-Memoir of the Rev. Edward Payson, D. D., late pastor of the Second 

church in Portland: U. S. 

Bene orasse est bene siuduisse. 

LlTTHEK. 

Published by R. B. Seeley andW. Burnside: and sold by L. B. See- 
ley and Sons, Fleet Street, London. MDCCCXXX. l6mo. pp. xii, 
.501. [2592 

-The same, reprinted from the ninth American edition, 18-35. London: 
Thomas Ward & Co., Paternoster Row, n. d. (1840, in British 
Museum Catalogue.) Svo. pp. 166. [2593 

Lettered on the back, "Ward's Library of Standard Divinity, 25. 
-The same. With an introduction by the Rev. E. Bickersteth, rector 
of Walton, Herts. 

Bene orasse est bene studitisse. 

Luther. 



330 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

CuMMiNGS, Asa, D. D., Continued. 

Third English Edition. Published by R. B. Seeley and W. Burn- 
side: sold by L. & J. Seeley, Fleet Street, London. MDCCC- 
XXXV. 8vo. pp. 447. [2-594 

On fly-leaf, The Christian's Family Library, Vol. III. 

Worship. 1S."6. See Stephens, Ann S. 

— —Sermon at the interment of Rev. Perez Chapin, Pownal, Maine, Jan. 
31,1839. Portland: Alfred Merrill. Svo. pp. 32. [2595 

Address before the Cumberland Association of Ministers at Bruns- 
wick. 1840. Am. Q. Reg. 13:352. (1841.) [2596 

Introduction to Recollections Marion Lyle Hurd. 1841. See Hurd, 

Carlton. 

Memoir, select thoughts and sermons of the late Rev. Edward Pay- 
son, D. D., pastor of the Second church in Portland. 

Bene orasse est bene studuisse. 

Luther. 

Compiled by Rev. Asa Cummings, editor of the Christian Mirror. 
In three volumes. Portland: Hyde, Lord & Duren. Boston: 
Crocker & Brewster: Xew York: E. French: Philadelphia: 
Henry Perkins. 1846. Svo. Vol. I. pp. 606. — Vol. II. pp. 608. — 
Vol. III. pp. 608. (Port.) [2597 

Sermons of the late Rev. Edward Payson, D. D., complete in two 

volumes. Edited by Asa Cummings, D. D., editor of the 
Christian Mirror. Portland: Hyde & Lord, 1849. Svo. Vol. L 
pp. xvi, 13, 608. Vol. II. pp. 608. [2598 

Memoir and selected thoughts of the late Edward Payson, D. D. 

Bene orasse est bene stuiluisse. 

Luther. 

Compiled by Rev. Asa Cummings, Philadelphia: Published by 
J. L. Gihon, Xo. 409 Chestnut Street, 1858. Svo. pp. xvi, 606. 
(Portrait.) [2599 

Xotice of. 1864. See Palmer, Joseph. 

A notice of Dr. Cummings is also given in the Congregational Year Book 
for 1857, p. 90. 

Cummings, Enoch Lincoln. 1827-59. Lawyer, Portland. 
Pastoral Memoir of. 1859. See Chickering, John W. 

Cummings, Ephraim Chamberlain, b. Albany. 1825. Clergyman. 
r. St. Johnsbury, Vt., 1S60-70. Xow, Portland. 
The Life Temporal and the Life Eternal. Mo. Relig. Mag. 23: 377. 
(1860.) [2600 

Birth and Baptism. Discourses of first principles. By Ephraim 

Chamberlain Cummings. Portland: 1873. 12mo. pp. 263. [2601 



BIBLIOGEAPHY OF MAINE. 331 

The Great Question. Twelve lesson in the faith. By Ephraim 

Chamberlain Cummings. 
This is the work of God, that ye believe on him wliom he hatli sent. 

John 6 : 29. 
Portland: Hoyt, Fogg & Donham. 1878. 16mo. pp. 147. [2602 

N^ature in Scripture. A study of Bible verification in the range of 

common experience. By E. C. Cummings. 
(to) Kad'' T)fj.£pav uvaKpivovrec rue ypaipuc, si ix^i- Taiira ovtuc. 

The Acts, 17: 11. 
Portland: Hoyt, Fogg & Donham, 16." Middle Street. 1885. 
12mo. pp. 348. [260-3 

The same. Boston: Cupples and Hurd, 94 Boylston Street. 1887. 

12mo. pp. xiii, 357. 

The Eeverend John Johnston CaiTuthers, D. D. Bead before the 

Maine Historical Society, Nov. 2, 1890. Brown Thurston & Co., 
Portland, Me. 1890. 8vo. pp. 40. (Port.) [2604 
The same. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d ser. 2: 19. 

Cttmmings, Jacob A. 1773-1820. Teacher, Boston. 

First Lessons in Geography and Astronomy, with seven plan maps 
and a view of the solar system, for the use of young children, 
as preparatory to ancient and modern history. By J. A. Cum- 
mings. Improved edition. Hallowell: Published by Glazier 
& Co. Also by Cummings, Hilliard and Co., Boston. Sold by 
booksellers generally. Stereotyped at the Boston Type and 
Stereotype Foundry, late T. H. Carter & Co. 1826. 16mo. pp. 
82 (1). [2605 

The Pronouncing Spelling Book, adapted to Walker's critical pro- 
nouncing dictionary, in which the precise sound of every sylla- 
ble is accurately conveyed, in a manner perfectly intelligible to 
every capacity, by placing over such letters as lose their sounds, 
those letters, whose sounds they receive. By J. A. Cummings, 
author of "Ancient and Modern Geography," "Questions on the 
New Testament," &c. Revised and improved from the fourth edi- 
tion. Stereotyped at the Boston Type and Stereotype Foundry. 
Hallowell, Published by Glazier & Co. And for sale by the 
booksellers generally. 12mo. pp. 108. [2606 

Cummings, John Moeland, M. D. 1814-1878. Physician, Portland. 
Brief Sketch of. 1890. See Green, Samuel A. 

Cummings, Maky J. (Purington.) b. Bowdoinham, 1838. 

Little Toss. By Capt. Carnes. Boston: Published byD. Lothrop 
& Co. n. d. (Copyright 1872.) 16mo. pp. 301. [2607 

Uncle Anthony: or the Marsh family. By Capt. Carnes. Boston: 

D. Lothrop Company, n. d. (Coi>yright, 1873.) 16mo. pp. 333. 

[2608 



332 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

CUNCHECO. 

Petition to General Court against Indians at Cuncheco. 1676. 
Communicated by Dr. J. S. H. Fogg. Me. Kec. 6:357. (1889.) 

[2609 

Cunningham, Chaelks M. Searsmont. 

History of Quantabacook Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, 
Searsmont, Maine. From 186-5 to 1871. By Chas. M. Cunning- 
ham, W. S. Cox, and W. H. Woodcock, committee on history. 
Belfast: George W. Burgess, Printer. 1871. 8vo. pp. IS. [2610 

With Wilson, Otis U. Searsmont. 

History of Quantabacook Lodge, No. 129, Free and Accepted 
Masons, Searsmont, Me., from 1871 to 1881, by Charles M. Cun- 
ningham and O. D. Wilson, committee on history. Belfast; 
Geo. W. Burgess. 1881. sm. 8v. pp. 18. [2611 

Cunningham, Frank H. 

Familiar Sketches of the Phillips Exeter Academy and surround- 
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James R. Osgood and Company. 1883. 8vo. pp. xiv, 360. [2612 
Contains address by Prof. Alpheus S. Packard. 

CuRRiE, .James. 1756-1805. 

An Abridgement of the second edition of a work by Dr. Currie of 
Liverpool, in England, on the use of water in the diseases of the 
human frame: and on fever, opium, strong drink, abstinence 
from food, and the passage through the human skin; with occa- 
sional remarks. Printed by Peter Edes of Augusta, in the Dis- 
trict of Maine. Sold by Mr. Edes of Augusta and Mr. Bass of 
Hallowell, in Maine: and by the booksellers of Boston, New 
York and Philadelphia, n. d. (1799.) 16mo. pp. .54. [2613 

CURBIER, EpHRAIM. 

The Second Coming of Christ and the Resurrection. Showing by 
an appeal to the Bible as it reads, aside from all human creeds 
and commentaries, the opinions of all sects of religionists on 
this vastly interesting subject to be merely human opinions and 
wholly irreconcilable with the Word of God. l>y Ephraim Cur- 
rier. 

"To the law and to tlie testimony, if they speak not according to this 
word, it is because there is no light in them." 

Skowhegan: M. Littlefield. 1841. 12mo. pp. 188. [2614 

To the United States Convention of Universalists assembled at 

Providence, September, 1842. (On the Second Coming of Christ 
and the Resurrection.) Norridgewock, 1842. 12mo. pp. 16. [2615 



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CcKRiEE, Orlando, Hallowell. 

History of Jerusalem Royal Arch Chapter. Hallowell, Maine. 
Hallowell: Masters & Livermore. Printers. 1876. 8vo. pp. SO. 

[2616 
CuKiiY, Daniel, D. D. 1809-87. Xew York. 

Life-story of Rev. Davis Wasgatt Clark, D. D., bishop of the Meth- 
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Daniel Curry, D. D. Xew York: Nelson & Phillips. Cincin- 
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(2617 
Visit to Mount Desert, of which he was a native, pp. 271-277. 

Curtis, Benjamin RoBBiNS, LL. D. 1809-1874. Lawyer. 

Argument of B. R. Curtis, Esq., of Boston, in the case of Francis 
O. J. Smith, in the Circuit Court of the U. S., Massachusetts 
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Important Opinion on the constitutionality of the Maine hawkers' 

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Curtis, George William, LL. D. 1824-92. New York. 

Letter in reply to an invitation to address the meeting at Bangor, 
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[2620 

The statue of Longfellow in Portland. Harp. Mag. 78:315. (1889.) 

[2621 
Curtis, Joseph R., and Drinkwater, Nicholas. Yarmouth. 

History of Casco Lodge, No. 36 of Free and Accepted Masons, at 
Yarmouth, Maine, From A. D. 1821 to 1870. By Joseph R. Cur- 
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Curtis, Miss Laura. See Bullard, Mrs. Laura Curtis. 

Curtis, Roland, M. D. 1846-82. Physician, Richmond. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1883. -See Starbird, I. W. 

Curtis, Thomas, D. D. Clergyman, Bangor, 1834-37. 

The Danger of Our Public Gratitude Being Polluted by the Leaven 
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Thomas Curtis, pastor of the church. Bangor. Printed by 
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Editor. Bangor Journal of Literature, Science, Morals and Reli- 
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334 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

CuBTis, William Edmund, New York. 

The Wealthy Women of America. Cosmopol. 7:593. (1889.) 
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On page 599 of this article is a picture of Mrs. Eugene Hale and her three 
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CxjBWEN, Samuel. 1715-1802. Salem, Mass., London, Eng. 

The Journal and letters of Samuel Curwen, an American in Eng- 
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Burning of Falmouth, p. 42: biographical notice of (Jeneral Pepperell, 
449; Col. .J. Moulton, 451; Lt. Col. William Vaughan, 452; Sir William Pep- 
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Gushing, Caleb, LL. D. 1800-79. Newburyport, Mass. 

Letters to His Excellency Edward Everett, governor of Massa- 
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Caleb Gushing. First published in the Boston Daily Advertiser 
and Patriot, n. p. n. d. n. pp. [2627 
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North Eastern Boundary. No. Am. Rev. .52:424. (1841.) [2628 

Letter to Union meeting, Bangor, 1860. See Bangor. 

In this letter first occurs the subsequent familiar phrase, "The man on 
horseback with a drawn sword in his hand. " 

Gushing, Charles. 1734-1810. Pownalborough, 1761-83. 

Notice of. 1859. See Allen, Frederic. 
Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Gushing, James Royal. 1800-81. Clergyman, Wells, 1844-54. 

Historical Discourse, delivered October 29th, 1851, at the one hun- 
dred and fiftieth anniversary of the First Congregational church, 
(the second in the state) in Wells, Maine. By Rev. James R. 
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Gushing, John Samuel, M. D. 1830-89. Physician, Skowhegan. 
Biographical Sketch of . 1889. See Meserve, A. K. P. 

Gushing, Luther Stearns. 1803-55. Lawyer, Boston. 

A Practical Treatise on the trustee process, or foreign attachment, 
of the laws of Massachusetts and Maine. With an appendix, 
containing the statutes of Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode 
Island, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine, on that subject. 
Cambridge: Brown, Shattuck & Co. 1833. 8vo. pp. xviii, 211. 

[2630 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 335 

Gushing, Nathaniel, Jr., and family, Bluehill. 1890. -See Candage, 
K. G. F. 

Gushing, Roland. 1750-88. Lawyer, Pownalboi-ough. 

Notice of. 1859. See Allen, Frederic. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Gushing, Rufus King, M. D. 1802-89. Physician, Bangor. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1889. See Meserve, A. K. P. 

Gushing, William, LL. D. 1733-1810. Justice U. S. Supreme Court. 
Lawyer, Pownalborough, 1760-72. 
Notice of. 1859. See Allen, Frederic. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Cushing's Island. (Casco Bay) Guide Book. 1886. See Sargent, 
W. M. 

CusHMAN, Aba. b. 1829. Manufacturer, Auburn. 

Address of Mr. Ara Cushman, of the firm of Ara Cvishman & Co., 
of Auburn, Maine, upon a plan of industrial partnership or profit 
sharing, which the firm proposes to inaugurate. Delivered 
Saturday evening, March 27, 1886, at Auburn Hall, to his em- 
ployees. Auburn, Maine. 1886. 16mo. pp. 16. [2631 

Address of Mr. Ara Cushman, of the firm of Ara Cushman & Co., 

to their employees at the close of the first year's business under 
plan of industrial partnership, or profit sharing; together with 
address and report of Mr. C S. Yeaton of the committee of em- 
ployees, Friday evening, April 29, 1887, at Auburn hall. Auburn, 
Maine. 1887. 16mo. pp. 42. [2632 

Cushman, David Quinby. 1806-89. Clergyman, Newcastle, Bath, 
Warren. 
Autobiography of, with portrait. 1855. See Cushman, Henry W. 

Ancient settlement of Sheepscot. Appendix by William Willis 

Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 4: 207. (1856.) [2633 

Waymouth's voyage: Extracts from a paper read at the meeting 

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(1856.) [2634 

First Christian Worship in the New England. Cong. Quar. 8: 21. 

(1867.) [2635 

Biographical Notice of Gyrus Eaton. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 7: 487. 

(1876.) [2636 

The History of ancient Sheepscot and Newcastle, including early 

Pemaquid, Damariscotta, and other contiguous places, from the 
earliest discovery to the present time : together with the gene- 
alogy of more than four hundred families. By Rev. David Quin- 



336 BIELIOGRAPHY OF MAIXE. 

Ctjshman, David Quixey, Continued. 

by Cushman, member of the Maine Historical Society, and member 
of the New England Historic-Genealogical Society. Bath: 1SS2. 
Svo. pp. 458. [-2637 

Sketch of. Congregational Year Book, 1890, p. 23. 

CusHMAx, Mrs. Haxnah. Wiscasset. 

Sermon on the death of. 18.50. See Merrill, Josiah. 

Cushman, Heney Wyles. Clergyman, Bernardston, Mass. 

A Historical and Biographical Genealogy of the Cushmans: the 
descendants of Robert Cushman, the Puritan, from the year 1617 
to 1855. In Memoriam Majorum. By Henry Wyles Cushman, 
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(Illus.) [2638 

Autobiograpliy of Kev. David ((i) Cushman, pp. 376-80. (Fort.) 

CxjSHMAN, Joshua. 1762-1834. Clergyman, Winslow. 

A Discourse delivered at Winslow, Xoveraber 29, 1804, being a day 

consecrated to the purposes of publick thanksgiving and praise, 

throughout the commonwealth of Massachusetts. By Joshua 

Cushman, pastor of the Christian Society in Winslow, (Maine). 

Boston: Printed for Adams and Rhoades. 1805. 8vo. pp. 23. 

[2639 
Advertised for sale by H. Stevens & Son, London, 1883, at 8s. 4d. 

An Oration, pronounced at Augusta (Maine), on the Fourth of 

July, 1807, in commemoration of American Independence. By 
Joshua Cushman. Augusta: Printed by Peter Edes, 1807. 8vo. 
pp. 23. [2640 

An Oration, pronounced at Wiscasset on the Fourth of July, 1808, 

in commemoration of the Independence of the United States of 
America. By Joshua Cushman. Wiscasset: T. Loring, Printer. 
1808. 8vo. Title-page. pp. 3: 22. [2641 

Noticed in Monthly Anthology. 5:449. (1808.; By John Stickney. 

An Oration, pronounced at Waterville, July 4, 1814, in commemo- 
ration of the Independence of the United States of America. 
By the Hon. Joshua Cushman. Hallowell: Printed by N. Cheever. 
1814. Svo. pp. 23. [2642 

A Discourse delivered by request to a respectable audience of lib- 
eral Christians, assembled at Winslow, from that and the neigh- 
boring towns, April 13, 1815: the day recommended by the presi- 
dent, to be observed as a general Thanksgiving throughout the 
United States, for the restoration of peace and other signal bless- 
ings. By Joshua Cushman, late pastor of the Christian Society 
in Winslow. Hallowell: Printed by N. Cheever. 1815. Svo. pp. 
24. [2643 



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CasHMAx, Sidney Beeman. 1810-90. Pliysiciau, Wiscasset. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1890. See Meserve, A. K. P. 

CuTLEK. Incorporated 1826. 

And vicinity. (lUus.) 1889. -See Bates, Arlo. 
From Petit Manan to. (Illus.) 1S90. -See Drake, Samuel A. 

Cutler, Elisha Pomekoy. 1780-1813. Lawyer, Xorth Yarmouth. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Cutler, Nathan. 1775-1861. Lawyer, Farmington. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Cutler, Rufus Putnam. 1818-77. Clergyman, Portland, 1S46-.jO. 

" How is the strong staff broken, and the beautiful rod. " A ser- 
mon preached at Park Street church, Portland, Sunday, Jan. 30, 
1853. By Rev. R. P. Cutler. Occasioned by the death of Rev. 
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Sylvester Judd. Mo. Rel. Mag. 10: 125. (1853.) [2645 

Cutt, Robert. Kittery. Will of. 1874. See Herrick, N". J. 

Cutter, Ammi Ruhamah. 1705-46. Clergyman, North Yarmouth, 
1730-35. 

For several years lie was truckmaster at 3aco, where he composed "an 
Indian vocabulary, yet extant, which contains a great number of their 
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Smith's .Journal, 1849, note, says " the work cannot now be found. " 

Cutter, Ammi Ruhamah, M. D. 1734-1819. North Yarmouth, Ports- 
mouth. 
Biography of. 1828. See Thacher, James. 

A notice of Dr. Cutter is given in "The Medical Men of the Revolution, " 
by J. M. Toner, 1876. 

Cutter, Edward Francis, D. D. 1810-80. Clergyman, Warren, Bel- 
fast, Rockland. 
The Claims of Seamen. A report presented at the annual meeting 
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1838. Sailors' Mag. 11 : 105. (1838.) [2646 

Signs of the Times. A series of sermons, by Edward F. Cutter, 

pastor of the Congregational church in Warren, Maine. Port- 
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[2647 

Pastoral Conversations. Boston, Mass., S. S. Society. 1846. 8vo. 

pp. 216. [2648 

Christ's Legacy of Life to the Church. (Mark 16: 15; Matt. 28: 19, 

20.) A sermon preached in Bangor, (Central church), June 28, 
1854, before the Maine Missionary Society, at its forty-seventh 
23 



338 BIBLIOGEAPHY OF MAINE. 

CuTTEK, Edwaei) Francis, D. D., Continued. 

anniversary. By Edward F. Cutter, pastor of the First Congre- 
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Eulogy on Abraham Lincoln, delivered at Rockland, Maine, April 

19, 186.5. By request of the citizens. Boston: D. C. Coleswor- 
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Cutter, William. 1801-67. h. Portland. 

"To on her birthday;" " A New England Winter Scene; " 

" The Valley of Silence. " 1836. See Stephens, Ann S. 

Introversion: or, magical reading of the inner man. Godey. 21:10 

(1840.) [2651 
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Cutting, Jonas, LL. D. 1800-76. Lawyer and justice of Supreme 
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Resolutions and proceedings of the bar of Penobscot County, upon 
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In memoriam. Proceedings of the Penobscot bar on the death of 

Judge Jonas Cutting. 1876. See Pulsifer, J. D. 

Memorial of. By Hon. John A. Peters. 1880. See Memorials of 

Judges. 

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Cutts Family. 

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Cutts, Mrs. Mary Pepperrell Sparhawk. 

The Life and Times of Hon. William Jarvis, of Weathersfield, 

Vermont. By his daughter, Mary Pepperrell Sparhawk Cutts. 

New York: Published by Hurd and Houghton. Cambridge: 

Riverside Press. 1869. Svo. pp. xii, 451. (Port.) [2655 

Contains sketch of the Pepperrell family. 

Dakix, Moses, M. D. 1975-^865. Physician, Hope, Islesboro. 

Monterey, or the mountain city; containing a description of the 

boundaries, situation, mountains, lakes, rivers, soil and climate, 

geological features, natural scenery, religious, moral, and literary 

institutions, number of inhabitants and of professional men, and 

manufacturing resources of the southern part of the county of 

Waldo, Maine; to which is added an appendix, giving a brief 

account of some of the islands of Penobscot Bay. By M. Dakin, 

M. D. Boston: Mead's Press, 4 State Street. 1847. 12mo. p]). 

28. [2656 

Relates to Camden, Hope, Lincolnville and Northport. 



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Dall, Mrs. Caroline Wet.ls Healey, LL. D. b. 1822. 

Historical Pictures Retouched, a volume of miscellanies. In two 
parts. Parti. Studies. Part II. Fancies. By Mrs. Dall, author 
of " Woman's Eight to Labor. " 
" Not all thy former tale; but this one word— whether thy tale be true. " 

KiKG JOHU. 

Boston: Walker, Wise & Co., 24.5 Washington Street. London: 
Edward S. Whitfield, 178 Strand. 1860. lOmo. pp. x, 402, (1). 

[2657 
Contains, "Long Lane; or Recollections of Kittery Long Ago, pp. 267-289; 
"Pepperrell House; or a Glimpse of Mary Stevens' Youth, " pp 290-330. 

" The last living and lineal descendant of Sir William Pepperrell herself 
wrote out for me the outlines of his story. " 

Preface. 

Dalton, Asa, D. D. Clergyman, Portland. 

The Fulness of Christ. A sermon preached January 30, 1876, in St. 
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Address on Longfellow. 1882. See Maine Hist. Soc. Proc. 

A Sermon on the history and principles of St. Stephen's parish, 

Portland, Maine. By Rev. Asa Dalton, D. D., rector. Preached 
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Robert Hallowell Gardiner. Read before the Maine Historical 

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Damariscotta. Incorporated, 1847, from parts of Nobleboro and 
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Narrative of hostile acts of Indians at. 1722. See " W. G." 

Vessels burned at, during Revolution. See Town, Ithiel. 

Oyster Shell Deposit at. 1859. See Chadbourn, P. A. 

Shell-heaps at. 1869. See Explorations. 

History Alna Lodge. 1874. See Hilton, William H. 

Centennial Celebration at Damariscotta and Newcastle, July 4, 

1876, together with the historical address delivered by Gen 
James A. Hall. Waldoboro: Miller & Atwood, Printers. 1878 
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Account also in the Lincoln County News. 4 : 27, 28, July C, 13. 1876. 

Shell Heaps on the River. 1878. See Moses, Thomas F. 

History Alna Lodge. 1880. See Merry, C. G. 

History. 1882. See Cushman, David Q. 

Ancient Deeds of land at Damariscotta and Sheepscot. Bang. H. 

M. 1:64. (1885.) [2662 



340 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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Shell Heaps at. 1889. See Winsor, Justin. 

Catalogue of the Skidompha Clvib library; Mrs. C. G. Merry, 

librarian. Lege et disce. Damariscotta: Dunbar Brothers, 
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History Alna Lodge. 1880-91. See Merry, Charles G. 

Damariscotta axd Medomak Kivers. 

U. S. Coast survey chart. 1878. 25 x 38 inches. Scale 1.58. [2664 

Dame, Charles, b. 1810. Clergyman, Falmouth. 

Two Sermons on the mode and subjects of Cluistian baptism, 
preached at Falmouth, July 5, 1840, by Charles Dame, A. M., 
pastor of the First Congregational church in that place. Port- 
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Dame, Luther. 

Life and Character of Sir William Pepperrell. By Luther Dame. 
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The same. Separately printed, n. d. 8vo. pp. 10. 

Damisokantik. (Megantic Lake, orFarmington Falls?) 
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Dana, Charles Anderson, b. 1819. Editor, New York. 

The Household Book of Poetry, collected and edited by Charles A. 
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Contains "Cape Cottage bj' Sunset," by William B. Glazier; "It Might 
Have Been, " by "William C. AVilliamson; " "Why Thus Longing, " by Harriet 
Winslow (Sewall). 

The same. Eleventh edition, revised and enlarged. New York. 

1878. 8vo. pp. xxvii, 810. 

Dana, Israel Thorndike, M. D. b. 1827. Physician, Portland. 

The Actual Value of Medicines. An introductory lecture delivered 
before the medical department of Bowdoin College, February 14, 
1861. By Israel T. Dana, M. D., professor of materia medica 
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Annual Address before Maine Medical Association. 1863. Records 

eleventh meeting, p. 14. [2669 

Inaugural Address. 1869. See Me. Med. Ass. Trans. 1869. p. 21. 

History of the Portland School for Medical Instruction. An ad- 
dress at the dedication of the new schoolrooms and the opening 
of the 18th annual course, 17th June, 1874. By Israel Thorn- 
dike Dana, M. D. With the remarks of Hon. Israel Washburn, 
Jr., Hon. William W. Thomas, Jr., Dr. Alfred Mitchell, Rev. 



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Edward Y. Hincks. Portland, Me. Stephen Berry, Printer 
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Dana, Judah. 1772-184.5. Fryeburg. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 
Dana, Kichard Henry, LL. D., D. C. L. 1815-82. Lawyer, Boston. 
The Bible in Schools. Argument of Richard H. Dana, Jr., Esq., 
and opinion of the Sui^reme Court of Maine, in the cases of Law- 
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her next friend, vs. the same. Approved by the committee of 
publication. Boston: Massachusetts Sabbath Society Depository, 
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The case is reported in Maine Reports, 38: 376. 

Usury Laws. Speech of Richard H. Dana, Jr., in the House of 

Representatives of Massachusetts, February 14, 1867, on the re- 
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Leonard Woods. Cent. 21:138. (1881.) [2673 

The above is a review of Prof. Park's " Memorial of Life and Character 
of Leonard Woods. " 

Dane, Joseph. 1778-1858. Lawyer, Kennebunk. 

Notice of. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 6: 364. (1859.) [2674 

Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Notice of. 1864. See Palmer, Joseph. 

Obituary of. 1884. -See Herrick, N. G. 

Danforth, Charles. 181-5-90. Justice Supreme Judicial Court; law- 
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In Memoriam. Proceedings of the Kennebec bar in relation to 

the death of Honorable Charles Danforth, who was an associ- 
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Remarks by James W. Bradbury, Herbert M. Heath, Samuel Titcomb, 
and Orville D. Baker, Response by Chief Justice Peters. 

Danforth, J. S. 

Hunting and Trapping. 1882. .'^ee Barker, J- S. 

Danforth, Thomas. 1622-1699. President of Maine. 

Deed from Pres. Danforth to trustees of Falmouth. 1684. Me. 
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Deed to the inhabitants of York. 1684. See Green, Samuel A., 

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Washburn's .Judicial Hist. Mass., p. 247 



342 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAIXE. 

Danger Si&xals. 1885. See Clark, Francis E. 

Daxiel, Miss Maktha A. 

The Dew of Hermon. By Martlia A. Daniel. Second edition, re- 
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"As the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descend ed upon the moun- 
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Lewiston : J. A. Smith. 1858. 18vo. pp. 128. [2677 

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Daniel, Uncle. P.seuJ. 

Traits of Character, Pursuits, Manners, Customs, and Habits Mani- 
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Darby, Samuel, d. 1807. Revolutionary soldier, York. 

Memorial of. 1873. See Drake, Francis S. 
Darley, Felix Octavius Caer, b. 1822. Artist, Sew York. 

Composition in outline, from Judd's Margaret. Engraved by Kor- 
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"The drawings are original, graceful, and purely natural." 

London Atheuai^uui, March 14, 1867. p. 347. 
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Incidental chapters are laid in Bar Harbor. 
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An Address delivered on the commemoration at Fryeburg, May 19, 

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The map appended is entitled "Map of the State of Maine exhibiting the 
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-The French Revolution. 1836. See Stephens, Ann S. 

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344 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Daveis, Chakles Stewart, LL. D., Continued. 

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The Law of Riot. The Portland riot. Law Rep. n. s. S: .361 

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Account of the Cincinnati. Ajipleton's Xew American Cyclopae- 
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Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Memoir, with portrait. 1873. -See Drake, Francis S. 

Sketch of. 1873. See Haskins, David G., Jr. 

Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

Daveis, Edavaed Henky. b. 1818. Lawyer, Portland. 

Reports of cases argued and determined in the District Court of 
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Reports of cases determined in the District Court of the United 

States for the district of Maine, with some opinions of the dis- 
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Daveis, Johx Taylok Gilman, M. D. 1816-73. Physician, Portland. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1873. See Lamson, D. L. 

Memorial of. 1873. See Drake, Francis S. 

Davexport, Frederick S. Bangor. 

Organ Gems. A collection of offertories, elevations, communions, 
preludes, fugues, &c. By Andre, Batiste, Brosig, Hesse, Freyer, 
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D'AvEZAc, Marie Armaud Pascal. Paris, France. 

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Davidson, Henry. 1782-1863. Waldo, Belfast. 

Specimen number. An ecclesiastical register, being a collection 
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A volume of 300 pages, in monthly numbers, was contemplated. Only one 
number appeared. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 345 

Da VIES, Edward. Clergyman. 

A Believers Hand-book, for Christians of every name. By Kev. E. 
Davies, of East Maine Conference. 
" Let us labor, therefore, to enter into that rest. " 

Paul. 
Published by the author. For sale by Rev. E. Davies, East 
Machias, Me. James P. Magee, 38 Bloomfield Street, Boston, 
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The same. Second edition. 12mo. pp. 72. 

The same. Third edition. 12nio. pp. 72. 

Davies, James. 

Voyage to Sagadahoc. 1607. See DeCosta, B. F. 

Davis, Miss Augusta Cordelia, h. 1836. Yarmouth. 

Poems from Yare, by Alice Chadbourne. (Augusta C. Davis.) 
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Davis, Caleb Bailey. 1808-55. Clergyman, Paris, 1838-54. 

Baptist church, Paris, Maine. Am. Bap. Mem. 3:301. (1854.) 

[2705 
Davis, Daniel. 1762-1835. Lawyer, Portland, 1782-1804. 

An Address to the inhabitants of the District of Maine upon the 
subject of their separation from the present government of 
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An Oration delivered at Portland, July 4th, 1796. In commemora- 
tion of the anniversary of Amei-ican Independence. By Daniel 
Davis. 
" Who is here so base, that he would be a bondman? If any, speak; for 

him have I offended. " 

Shakespeaee. 

Printed at Portland, by Thomas Baker Wait. 8vo. pp. 20. [2707 

Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Davis, David. 

Sandy River, a poem. Farmington, Me. [2708 

Davis, Ebexezer. 1754-99. Portland. 

Memorial of. 1873. See Drake, Francis S. 
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Davis, George Thomas. 1810-77. Lawyer, Portland, 1865-77. 

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[2709 
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[2710 



346 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Davis, George Thomas, Continued. 

The same. n. t. p. (1870.) 8vo. pp. 311-321. 

Reprinted from above, without change of paging. 

Notice of. N.E.Reg. 32:103. (1878.) [2711 

Memoir of. 1881. See Talbot, George F. 

Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

Davis, Jefferson, LL.D. 1808-90. President C. S. A., Beauvoir, 
Miss. 
Speeches of the Hon. Jefferson Davis, of Mississippi, delivered 
during the summer of 1858. — On the Fourth of July, 1858, at sea. — 
At serenade, at Portland, Maine. — At Portland convention, Maine — 
At Belfast encampment, Maine. — At Belfast banquet, Maine. — 
At Portland meeting, Maine. — At fair at Augusta, Maine. — At 
Faneuil hall, Boston. — At Xew Yoi'k meeting. — Before Mississ- 
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Davis, J. 

Phenomena in Maine. No. Am. Rev. 3:325. (1816.) [2713 

Davis, John. d. 1816. Revolutionary soldier, Norway. 

Memorial of. 1873. See Drake, Francis S. 
Davis, Rebecca I. 

Gleanings from Merrimac Valley. By Miss Rebecca I. Davis. 
" stream of my fathers! sweetly still 
The sunset rajs thy valley All; 
Poured slantwise down the long defile, 
Wave, wood, and spire beneath them smile. " 

Portland, Me. Hoyt, Fogg & Donham. 1881. sm. 16mo. pp. 128. 
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Davis, Stlvanus. d. 1704. Pioneer, Sheepscot, Portland. 

The Declaration of Sylvanus Davis, inhabitant of the town of 
Falmouth, in the Province of Maine, in New England, concerning 
a cruel, treacherous and barbarous management of a war against 
the English in the eastern parts of New England, by the cruel 
Indians, being as I doubt not, and as the circumstances will 
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5«e also, Hull, John T., "Capture of Fort Loyal," in which extracts are 
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Davis, Woodbury. 1813-71. Lawyer and justice Supreme Judicial 

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Maine Law Vindicated. By Hon. Woodbury Davis, judge of the 

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The Beautiful City and the King of Glory. By Woodbury Davis. 

God was manifest in the flesh. 1 Tim. 3, IG. 

Jesus Christ is the image of the invisible God. Coll. i, 15. 

The brightness of his glory. Heb. 1, .3. 

Philadelphia: Lindsay and Blackiston. 1860. 12mo. pp. 25-0. 

[2717 
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Davisox, Charles. 5. 1826. Clergyman, Monson. 

Semi-centennial Address of Charles Davison. Poems by W. S. 

Knowlton and T. X. Lord, etc. Monson, April 22, 1872. Portland: 

Hoyt, Fogg & Breed. 1872. Svo. pp. 36. [2721 

Davisox, G. M. 

The Traveller's Guide through the Middle and Xorthern States and 
the Provinces of Canada. By G. M. Davison. Eighth edition. 
Saratoga Springs: Published by G. M. Davison, and by S. S. & 
W. Wood, New York. 1840. 16mo. pp. 395. Maine, pp. 351-358. 

[2722 

Dawes, Hexky Laubexs. b. 1816. Statesman, Massachusetts. 

Memorial Address on Senator Fessenden. 1869. See Fessenden, 
W. P. 

Daw^sox, Hexr^' Bartox. 1821-88. White Plains, X. Y. 

Battles of the United States by Sea and Land, embracing those of 
the Revolutionary and Indians wars, the war of 1812, and the 
Mexican war: with important official documents. By Henry B. 
Dawson, member of the Xew York Historical Society, etc. Illus- 
trated with numerous highly-finished steel engravings, including 
battle scenes and full length portraits, from original paintings. 
By Alonzo Chappel. In two volumes. Xew York. Johnson, Fry 
and Company, n. d. 4to. pp. 746 (4), 539. [2723 

Contains: The Action off Machias, 1 : 44. The Expedition against Quebec 
The Bombardment of Tripoli, 2; 38. Tne Capture of the Boxer, 2: 272. 



348 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Dawson, Henry Barton, Continued. 

The Popham Colony of 1607. Hist. Mag. (Supplement.) 10: 93 

(1866.) [2724 

Dawson, Sir John William, LL. D., C. M. G. Geologist, Montreal. 

Letters relative to fossil plants discovered in Perry, 1869. See Port. 

Nat. Hist. Soc. Proc. [2725 
Notice of tertiary fossils from Labrador, Maine, etc., and remarks 

on the climate of Canada. Montreal-, n. d. 8vo. pp. 13. 

Day, Benjamin F. and Drown, Nahum S. 

History of Dunlap Lodge No. 47. F. and A. M., commencing 
with organization of Buxton lodge in 1826, located at Buxton, 
and continuing its history after its removal to Biddeford in 1854, 
and reorganization as Dunlap Lodge, up to A. D. 1890. Bidde- 
ford: Standard Publishing Company. 12mo. pp. 99. [2726 

Day, Charles. 1798-1876. Printer, Portland. 
Notice of. See Elwell, E. H. 

Day, George Tiffany, D. D, 1822-75. Providence, K. I. 

Eulogy on the life and character of William Burr, delivered at 
Dover, N. H., October 8, 1867. Dover: 1867. Svo. pp. 23. [272T 

Memoir of. 1876. See Bowen, William H. 

Day, James, and family, Bluehill. 1890. See Candage, R. G. F. 

Day, James. Brunswick. 

An Epistolary Address to the Gurneyites and Wilberites. By James 
Day of Brunswick, Maine. Lewiston: J. A. Smith. 1860. 8vo. 
pp. 27. [2728 

Day, John J. 

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

Day, Jonathan, and family, Bluehill. 1890. See Candage, R. G. F. 
Dayton. Incorporated 18.54. See also Hollis. 
History. 1872. See Sanford, Everts & Co. 
History. 1880. See Clayton, W. W. 

Dead River Region. 

Ornithological Exploration of. 1886. See Carpenter, F. H. 
Guide to. 1886. See Sportsmen's and Tourists' Guide-book. 

Deake, Charles Standish. b. 1844. Portland. 
Ancestry of. 1888. See American Ancestry. 

Dean, John. 1679-1761. 

A Narrative of the sufferings, preservation, and deliverance of Capt. 
John Dean and company; in the Nottingham-galley of London, 
cast away on Boon Island, near New England, December 11, 1710. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 349 

London: Printed by E. Tookey and sold by S. Popping. (1711.) 
sm. 8vo. Title, pp. iv, 23. [2729 

Priced at £1, '2s. 2d. in H. Stevens & S )ns' London Cxtalogne, l^ill. 

The same. Boston. 1711. 8vo. 

Distresses and deliverances of. 1711. See Mather, Cotton. 

Narrative of the sufferings, preservation, and deliverance of Capt. 

John Dean, of the Nottingham-galley, sailing from Boston, and 
wrecked on Boon Island, near Massachusetts Bay. Loudon. 1722. 
Svo. pp. ]6. [2730 

A Narrative of the shipwreck of the Nottingham galley, &c. Pub- 
lished in 1711. Revis'd, and re-printed with additions in 1726. 
By John Deane. Commander. Svo. pp. 24. [2731 

The same. Reprinted, n. d. (1727.) Svo. (n. pp.) pp. 22. [2732 

A Narrative of the shipwreck of the Nottingham galley, &c. First 

published in 1711, revis'd and re-printed with additions in 1727, 
and now re-published in 1730. By John Deane, commander. His 
Majesty's consul for the ports of Flanders. Svo. pp. 2S. [2733 

The same. A narrative of the shipwreck of the Nottingham-galley, 

&c. First published in 1711. Revis'd and re-printed with addi- 
tions in 1726. Re-published in 1730, and now propos'd for the 
last edition during the author's life-time. n. p. (London.) 1738. 
Svo. pp. (4), 28. [2734 

A Narrative of the shipwreck of the Nottingham galley, in her 

voyage from England to Boston. With an account of the miracu- 
lous escape of the cai)tain and his crew, on a rock, called Boone 
Island; the hardships they endured there, and their happy deliver- 
ance. By John Deane, the commander of the said galley; but 
for many years His Majesty's consul for the ports of Flanders, 
residing at Ostend. The fifth edition. (Illustration; A ship in 
full sail.) Printed in the year MDCCLXII. Svo. pp. 28. [2735 

The same. In shii^wrecks and disasters at sea. Edinburg: 1812. 

2 : 23. [2736 

For another account See Langman, Christoplier. See also, Nottingham 
Galley. For sermon upon, See Snurtleff, William. 

Dean, John Wakd. b. Wiscasset, ISll. Editor New England Histor- 
ical and Genealogical Register, Boston. 
Dane Genealogy. N. E. Reg. 8: 14S. (1S54.) [2737 

The same, in separate form. Svo. pp. 16. 

Henry Kingsbury and his descendants. N.E.Reg. 13:157. (1859.) 

16: 337, (1S62.) [2738 

Some were settled in York, Wiscasset and other Maine towns. 

The same, reprinted from the Register, n. t. p. pp. 4. 

Gorges and Harding. Communicated by John Ward Dean, A. M. 

N.E.Reg, 26:381. (1872.) [2739 



350 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Dean, Johx Ward, Continued. 

Biographical Sketch of John H. Sheppard, A. M. N. E. Reg. 27: 

335. (1873.) (Port.) [2740 

The same, separately reprinted. Svo. pp. 16. 

Editor. Capt. John Mason, the founder of New Hampshire. In- 
cluding his tract on Newfoundland, 1629; the American chart- 
ers in which he was a grantee: with letters and other historical 
documents. Together with a memoir, by Charles Wesley Tuttle. 
Edited with historical illustrations, by John Ward Dean. Boston: 
1887. sm. 4to. pp. xii, (1), 492. (Wood cut. Folded map, Folded 
sheet, Facsimiles.) (Prince Society Publications.) [2741 
Contains "Mason's Plantations on the Piscataqua." 

Deane, Chables, LL. D. 1813-89. Cambridge, Mass. b. Biddeford. 

Account of visit of (Father) Rale to Rev. Hugh Adams, of Dover, 

N. H., in 1716. Mass. Hist. Soc. Proc. 3:286. (1858.) [2742 

Editor. Documentary History of Maine. Vol. II. 1877. See Me. 

Hist. Soc. Coll. 

Tribute to memory of Leonard Woods. Mass. Hist. Soc. Proc. 17: 

15. (1879.) [2743 

History of Maine. 1884. See Winsor, Justin. 

Note on the plan of St. George's fort. 1889. See Brown, Alexan- 
der. 

Deane, Henry Padelford. 1823-73. Lawyer, Portland. 

Action of the Cumberland bar on his death. 1873. See Deane, 
Llewellyn. 
Obituary of. 1874. See Herrick, N. J. 

Deane, John G-ilmore. 1785-1839. Lawyer, Ellsworth, Portland. 
Report of the joint select committee of the Senate and House of 
Representatives, 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. Svo- 
pp. 56. [2744 

Prepared by John G. Deane, Esq., of Ellsworth. See, also, North Eastern 
Boundary. 

" The most untiring advocate of the rights of Maine, between 1825 and 1831, 
and the writer of most of the official reports of the state on the matter was 
John G. Deane." Wixsok, Xar. and Crit. Hist. Am. 7: 177. (1888.) 

"Hon. John G. Deane, on behalf of a joint select committee, made a re- 
port so full, so accurate, so absolutely conclusive of every question, as to 
leave nothing more to be said for the vindication of our claims and of >iur 
interpretation of the treaty of 1783. " Washburn, Israel, Jr. "North East- 
ern Boundary, " read before the Maine Historical Society at Portland, ^lay 
15, 1879. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1887. See Deane, Llewellyn. 

Sketch of his life. 1890. See Deane, Llewellyn. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 351 

Deaxe, Joseph Augustus. 1802-73. Lawyer, Ellsworth. 

History of Lygonia Lodge, No. 40, Free and Accepted Masons, at 
Ellsworth, Maine, from 1822 to 1874, by Joseph A. Deane, P. M. 
Revised by John B. Eedman. Published by vote of the lodge. 
Ellsworth, Hancock County Pub. Co., Printers. 1874. 12mo. pp. 
57- [2745 

Deaxe, Llewellyn. 1829-95. h. Ellsworth. Lawyer, Washington, D. C 

Report of collections in Washington, D. C, on behalf of sufferers 

by the fire in Portland, Me., July 4, 1866. 8vo. pp. 7. [2746 

Dated Feb. 1, 1867, and addressed to " Hon. Augustus Stevens, mayor of 

Portland, Maine. " 

Some Reminiscences suggested by the semi-centennial celebration, 

October, 1881, of High Street church, Portland, Maine. By 
Llewellyn Deane, Esq., of Washington, D. C. Printed for private 
use. Svo. pp. 15. [2747 

Biographical Sketch of John G. Deane, and brief mention of his 

connection with the north eastern boundary of Maine. Copied 
by permission from the records of the Maine Historical Society; 
also, memoranda about members of the family, old residents of 
the city of Ellsworth, Maine, &c. Prepared by, and printed for 
his son, Llewellyn Deane, June, 1885, for private use. A. Beres- 
ford. Printer, Washington, D. C. 1887. 8vo. pp. 70. (Map.) [2748 

John G. Deane. A sketch of his life, with a recapitulation of his 

services, in establishing the north eastern boundarj^ of Maine. 
By his son, Llewellyn Deane, of Washington, D. C. Read before 
the Maine Historical Society, January 8, 1885. Me. Hist. Soc. 
ColL 2d. ser. 1 : 179. (1890.) (Map.) [2749 

A Chapter from the Deane genealogy. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d. ser. 

1 : 209. (1890.) [2750 

Deane, Samuel, D. D. 1733-1814. Clergyman, Portland, 1764-1814 
Four Sermons to young men, from Titus 2 : 6. Preached at Fal- 
mouth, by Samuel Deane, A. M., junior pastor of the First 
church of Christ in that place. Salem: Printed and sold by 
Samuel and Ebenezer Hall. 1774. 16mo. [2751 

The New England Farmer: or georgical dictionary: containing a 

compendious account of the ways and methods in which the 
most important arts of husbandry, in all its various branches, is, 
or may be, practiced to the greatest advantage in this country. 
By Samuel Deane, A. M., fellow of the American Academy of 
Arts and Sciences. 

" Frifforibus parto agricolce phrumque frnuntur, 

Mutuaque inter se Ireti convivia cnrani : 

Invitat genialis hyems, curasque resolvit." 



352 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Deaxe, Samuel, D. D., Continued. 

Printed at Worcester,Massachusetts. By Isaiali Thomas. Sold by 

him and Company in Boston. MDCCXC. 8vo. pp. VIII, 33.5. 

[2752 
The list of subscribers' names and addresses is now valuable. 

The New England Farmer: or georgical dictionai-y: Containing 

a compedious account of the ways and methods in which the 

important art of husbandry, in all its various branches, is. or 

may be, practiced to the greatest advantage in this country. By 

Samuel Deane, D. D., vice-president of Bowdoin College, and 

fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. The 

Second edition, corrected, improved and enlarged by the author. 

^^Frigoribus parto agricoUe plerumque frnuntur, 

Mutuaque inter se Iceti convivia curant: 

Invitat genialis hyems, curasque resolvit." 

Virgil. 
Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts, at the Press of Isaiah 
Thomas, 1797. 8vo. pp. viii, 397. [2753 

The New England Farmer: or georgical dictionary. Containing 

a compendious account of the ways and methods in which the 
important art of husbandry in all its various branches, is, or 
may be, practiced to the greatest advantage in this country. By 
Samuel Deane, D. D., vice-president of Bowdoin College and 
Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Third 
edition, corrected, improved and adapted to the present state of 
the science of agriculture. 

"■Frigoribus parto agricoloe plerumque fruuntur, 

Mutiiaque inter se Iceti conrivia curant: 

Invitat genialis hyems, curasque resolvit." 

Virgil. 

Boston: Wells & Lilly, Court Street. 1822. 8vo. pp. .5.32. [2754 

An Oration delivered in Portland, July 4th, 1793, in commemoi'a- 

tion of the Independence of the United States of America. By 
Samuel Deane, D. D. Portland : Printed by Thomas B. Wait, 
1793. 8vo. pp. 14. ' [2755 
A Sei-mon preached before His Honour Samuel Adams, Esq., lieu- 
tenant governor; the Honorable the Council, Senate, and House of 
Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 
28th, 1794. Being the day of general election. By Samuel 
Deane, D. D. A pastor of the First church in Portland : Printed 
in Boston, at the State Press, by Adams and Larkin, Printers to 
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 1794. 8vo., title-page, pp. 
(1), 5-31. [2756 
A Sermon, preached on February 19th, 1795, being the day of na- 
tional thanksgiving, appointed by the president of the United 
States. By Samuel Deane, D. D., a pastor of the First church in 
Portland. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 353 

"In everything give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus 
concerning you." 

St. Pail. 

Priuted at Portland, by Thoma.s B. Wait. 1795. 8vo. pp. 20. 

[2757 

PitcliAvood Hill. A poem written in the year 17S0. By Samuel 

Deane, D. D. Printed at Portland. 1806. 16mo. pp. 11. [2758 
It originally appeared in the Cumberland Gazette, March 5. 1795. 

The Death of an Aged Servant of God, considered and improved in 

a funeral discourse, delivered at Portland, May 31st, 1795. Being 
the Lord's day after the funeral of the Rev. Thomas Smith, 
senior pastor of the First church of Portland, who departed this 
life, May 23, in the 94th year of his age. By Samuel Deane, D. 
D., surviving pastor of said church. 

" David, after he had served his generation by the will of God, fell on 
sleep, and was laid unto his fathers, and saw corruption. " 

St. Luke. 

District of Maine, Portland: Printed by Benjamin Titcomb, Jun. 
1795. 8vo. pp. 24. [2759 

Two Discourses on the Resurrection. 

See Willis, ^^'illiaIll, in memoir prefixed to diary, p. 290. Copies are not 
to be found. 
- — Funeral Discourse on. 1814. See Kellogg, Elijah. 

Diary of. 1761-1814. See Willis, William. 

Sketch of. 1849. See Deane family. 

Mansion of, in Portland. 1876. See Goold, William. 

Deane, Sarah Maeia. Bangor. See Sturtevaut, Sarah D. 

Deane, William Reed. 1809-71. Antiquary, Mansfield, Mass. 

Reverend Jonathan Fisher, of Bluehill, Maine. Read before a 
meeting of the New England Historic Genealogical Society 
April 7, 1867, by WilHam Reed Deane, Esquire. Hist. Mag. 2d. 
ser. 4:273. (1868.) [2760 

Deabbokn, Henry. 1751-1829. Revolutionary general, Roxbury, Mass. 

Journal of Quebec expedition. 1775. See Chamberlain, Mellen. 
Sketch of. 1886. See Smith, W. H. 

Dearborn, Jeremiah Wadleigh, M. D. b. Parsonsfield, 1832. 

Editor. A His^ry of the first century of the town of Parsonsfield, 
Maine. Incorporated Aug. 29, 1885, and celebrated with impres- 
sive ceremonies at North Parsonsfield, Aug. 29, 1885. Portland, 
Me.: Brown Thurston & Co. 1888. 8vo. pp. xiv, (1), 499, (1). 
(100 ports, folded plan, plate.) [2761 

Part I. Introduction. Programme. Address of Welcome, by J. W. 
Dearborn, M. D.; Oration by Hon. James W. Bradbury; Agriculture of 
Parsonsfield, by John Tuck ; Schools of Parsonsfield, by Horace Piper, A. M., 
LL. D.; College Graduates, by Rev. Joseph Ricker, D. D.; Progress of 

24 



354 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Dearborn, Jeremiah Wadleigh, M. D., Continued. 

Physics for a Century, by Prof. C. F. Brackett, A. M., M. D., LL. D.; 
Centennial Poem, by Mrs. Isadora E. Merrill; Lawyers of Parsonsfield, by P. 
Mclntyre, Esq.; Physicians of Parsonsfield, by J. W. Dearborn, M.D.; Minerals 
of Parsonsfield, by H. L. Staples, A. M., M. D., Parsonsfield Seminary and its 
Students, by Prof. G. H. Ricker; Music and Musicians of Parsonsfield, by 
Prof. L. O.Emerson; Progress of Christianity for a Century (sermon,) by 
Rev. R. H. Conwell. Part. II. History of Parsonsfield, by H. G.O.Smith. 
Part III. Personal Sketches. Part IV. Genealogies. Part V. Miscella- 
neous papers. 

Sketch of the life and character of Hon. Amos Tuck. Read before 

the Maine Historical Society, December, ISSS. By J. W. Dear- 
born, M. D., of Parsonsfield, Maine, sm. 8vo. pp. 31. [2762 

Dearborn, W. 

Portland and Champlain Railroad. By W. Dearborn. [2768 

Deaths. Copied from inscriptions on gravestones in several places. 
Bang. H. M. 5:19. (1889.) [2764 

De Aulnay, ok D'Aulney. See Charnis^, Charles de Menou, Seigneur 
d' Aulnay, de. 

Debating Down East. All The Year Round. New ser. 6:245. (1871.) 

[2765 

Deblois, Thomas Amort, LL. D. 1794-1867. Lawyer, Portland. 
Notice of. 1868. See Willis, William. 

Decalves, Don Alonzo. 

Travels to the Westward or Unknown Parts of America, being a 
tour of almost fourteen months. Containing an account of 
the country, upwards of two thousand miles west of the Christian 
parts of North America: with an account of White Indians, their 
manners, habits and many other particulars. By Don Alonzo 
Decalves. Confirmed by three other persons. Printed at Portland, 
MDCCXCVI. (1796.) 12mo. pp. 28. [2766 

De Costa, Benjamin Franklin, D. D. h. 1831. Clergyman, New 
York. 
Scenes in the Isle of Mount Desert, coast of Maine. By B. F. De 
Costa, New York. 1868. sm. 4to. pp. 138. [2767 

An edition of 120 copies, illustrated with ten photographs, was published. 

The same. New York. 1871. 4to. pp. 138. (10 photographs.) 

Supplement on Isles of Shoals to Mount Desert, n. t. p. sm. 4to. 

pp. 139-221. [2768 

Only 32 copies printed. Pages to follow foregoing. 

The Pre-Columbian Discovery of America by the Northmen. Illus- 
trated by translations from the Icelandic sages. Edited with 
notes and a general introduction by B. F. De Costa. Albany: Joel 
Munsell. 1868. 8vo. pp. ix, (1), 11, 118. (Map.) [2769 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 355 

-The same. Second edition. Albany, N. Y. Joel MnnselPs Sons. 
1890. 8vo. pp. 196. (map.) [2770 

Quotes that at Pittston, Me., trees three feet in diameter, and with six 
hundred annular rinj^s were found, associated with brick work, which, so far 
as appearances went, antedated the trees. This is refuted by Prof. Henry 
W. Haynes (Alass. Hist. Soc. Proc. 2d. ser. 5: 337.) who says that rings are 
not a safe criterion for determining; the age of trees, and that trees of Maine, 
such as the pine and spruce, do not live to the age of six hundred years. 

-Notes on a review of " The Pre-Columbian Discovery of America by 
the Xorthmen," in the North American Review for July. By Rev. 
B. F. De Costa. Advertiser Press: Charlestown, Mass. 1869. 
16mo. pp. 14. [2771 

-Sketches of the coast of Maine and Isles of Shoals, with historical 
notes. By B. F. De Costa. New York. 1869. 4to. pp. 221. 
(Photographic plate.) [2772 

Twenty-four copies printed. Also, Antiquities. To the editor of the Ad- 
vertiser. New York: Dec. 1, 1860. 4to. slip. p. 1. 

-The Northmen in Maine; a critical examination of views expressed 
in connection with the subject, by Dr. J. G. Kohl, in volume I, of 
the new series of the Maine Historical Society. To which are 
added criticisms on other portions of the work, and a chapter on 
the discovery of Massachusetts Bay. By the Rev. B. F. De Costa, 
author of "The Pre-Columbian Discovery of America by the North- 
men," etc., etc. Albany: Joel Munsell. 1870. 8vo. pp. 146. [2773 
Severely reviewed in Hist. 3Iag., n. s. 7 : 20C. (1870.) 

-Rambles in Mount Desert; with sketches of travel on the New 
England coast, from Isles of Shoals to Grand Manan. By B. F. 
De Costa. New York: A. D. F. Randolph & Co. Boston: A. 
"Williams & Co. 1871. 12mo. pp. 280. (1 illus.) [2774 

-The Atlantic Coast Guide. A companion for the tourist between 
Newfoundland and Cape May. Including sketches of Cape 
Breton, New Brunswick, Penobscot Bay, Isles of Shoals, Mas- 
sachusetts Bay, Nantucket, Narragansett, Connecticut Coast, 
Staten Island, Long Branch, Nova Scotia, Grand Manan, Cacco 
Bay, Cape Ann, Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, Newport, Long 
Island, the Jersey Coast, Cape May. With an account of all 
summer resorts. New York: E. P. Dutton and Company. Bos- 
ton: A. Williams and Company. 1873. 12mo. pp. 88, 136. (2 
maps.) [27 75 

45 pages relate to Maine. 

-The Lost City of New England. Mag. Am. Hist. 1: 14. (1877.) 

[2776 

-The same. New York, 1877. sm. 4to. pp. 7. [2777 

25 copies printed. 

-The Popham Colony. Mag. Am. Hist. 1 : 689. (1877.) [2778 



356 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

DeCosta, Bexjamin Franklin, D. D., Continued. 

The Two Hundred and Seventy-third Anniversary of Sagadahoc. 

(From tlie Churchman, August 21st, 1880.) Broadside, IT^x.j^ 
inches. [2779 

Gosnold and Pring. 1G02-03. Extracts from a paper read before 

the New England Historic, Genealogical Society, Nov. 7, 1877, 
by Rev. B. F. DeCosta, of New York City. N. E. Reg. 32:76. 

(1878.) [2780 

Early Discoveries and Settlements on tlie coast of New England 

under church auspices. History American Episcopal Church. 
(1878.) pp. 479-500. [2781 

(The) Hand Bouk of Mount Desei't, coast of Maine. With all the 

routes thither, descriptions of the scenery and topography, 
sketches of the history, with illustrations and views of Mount 
Desert, and Penobscot and Frenchman's Bay from the United 
States coast survey. 

An island full of hills and dells, 
All rumpled and uneven. 

Bkowxixg. 

Boston: A. Williams & Company. New York: T. Whittaker, 

2 Bible House. Bar Harbor, Me.: A. W. Bee. n. d. (1878.) 

12mo. pp. xiii, 161. [2782 
Published anonymously. 

A. Relation of a voyage to Sagadahoc now first printed from the 

original manuscript in the Lambeth Place Library. Edited 
with preface, notes and appendix by the Rev. B. F. DeCosta. 
Cambridge: John Wilson & Son, University Press. 1880. 8vo. 
pp. 43. [2783 

Reprinted in advance from Proc. Mass. Hist Soc. 18: 82: 118. (1880-81.) 
It contains a facsimile of the original manuscript title. 

It would seem from the internal evidence furnished by the journal and 
express testimony of Purchas, (Smith's Generall Historic, p. 203) that this 
composition was by James Davies, who, in the organization at Sagadahoc, 
held the office of captain of the fort. This journal was found to be the 
source whence Strachey drew his account of the colony. Winsor; Hist. 
Am. 3: 193. Alexander Brown (Genesis U. S. 1: 141) says that it was prob- 
ably written by Davies. The preface reviews the story of the settlement, 
and the appendix reprints the extracts from Gorges, Smith, Purchas. and 
Alexander, from which, previous to the publication of Strachey's account, 
all knowledge of the colony was derived. 

The Two Hundred and Seventy-fifth Anniversary of the Landing 

at Kennebec. Mag. Am. Hist. 8:5.55. (1882.) [2784 

History of the United States of America. By George Bancroft 

The author's late revision. Vol. I. Mag. Am. Hist. 9: 300. (1883.) 

[2785 
Criticism upon Mr. Bancroft's substitution of the Georges, instead of the 
Penobscot as the river discovered by Waymouth. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 357 

Reply to Mr. Bancroft (upon same subject). Mag. Am. Hist. 10: 143. 

(1883.) [2786 
Norunibega and its English Explorers (in History of America). 

(1884.) See Winsor, Justin. 

Simon Ferclinando and John Walker in Maine. 1579-80. N". E. 

Reg. 44: 149. (1890.) [2787 

^The same, under the following title: 

Ancient Xorumbega, or the voyages of Simon Ferdinando and 
John Walker to the Penobscot. 1579-80. Albany: J. Munsell's 
Sons. 1890. 8vo. pp. 12. [2788 

"Revised from the N. E. Historical and Genealogical Register, April, 1890." 

Dedham. Incorporated 1837. 

Confession of Faith and Covenant adopted by the Congregational 
church in Dedham, Maine. Organized December 13, 1841. Ban- 
gor: Samuel S. Smith, Printer. 1856. 16mo. pp. 24. [2789 

Deering, C. W. 

Address, 150th anniversary of Gorham. 1886. SeeGorham. 

Deeking. Incorporated from Westbrook, 1871. 

Account of. N. E.Reg. 25:292. (1871.) [2790 

History of Stroudwater. 1871. See Goold, William. 

Manual of the Congregational church at Woodford's Corner, Deer- 
ing, Maine. Portland: Loring, Short & Harmon. 1873. 24mo. 
pp. 20. [2791 

Catalogue of the Woodford's Corner Congregational Sunday- 
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360 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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362 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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[2264 
Dix, MoBGAX, D. D. Clergyman, New York City. 

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[2866 
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Documentary History Of Maine. 

Proceedings of the Legislature of Maine, for procui'ing copies of 

original papers, in the British state paper office, not heretofore 

published, in regard to the early history of Maine, n. t. p. 

(1863.) 8vo. pp.4. [2870 

Contains memorial of Maine Historical Society, by John A. Poor. 

1869. See Willis, William. 

1860-77. See Maine. 

1877. <See Deane, Charles. 

Doddridge, Philip. 1702-51. English clergyman. 

History of Christ as recorded in the four gospels, arranged by the 
Rev. Philip Doddridge, and divided into sections and verses, 
with questions appended to every section. And an index at the 
close, for the use of Sabbath-schools, Bible classes and families. 
By an evangelist. 
" Search the Scriptures. " 

Jesus Christ. 

Portland: Printed at the Mirror Office. 182.5. [2871 

Dodge, A. D. Clinton. 

History of Sebasticook Lodge, No. 146, of Free and Accepted Ma- 
sons, Clinton, Maine. From A. D., 1881 to A. D., 1891. Clinton, 
Maine: B. T. Foster & Co., Printers. 12mo. pp. 24. [287J 

Dodge, E. H. 

Dodge's Guide Book and Map to and over Mount Desert Island. 
By E. H. Dodge. Tremont (Mt. Desert), Me. Poi'tland: Loring, 
Short and Harmon. June, 1872. 16mo. pp. 64. [287 5 

Dodge, Elisha, and family, Bluehill. 1890. See Candage, R. G. F. 

Dodge, Jonah, and family, Bluehill. 1890. See Candage, R. G. F. 

Dodge, Reuben George Washington. 181.5-86. Bluehill. 

Early Settlers in Bluehill, and their families. (From the papers of 
R. G. W. Dodge, rearranged and added to by R. G. F. Candage.) 
Bangor: B. A. Burr, pr. 1889. 8vo, pp. (1), 181-220. [2874 

The same. Bang. H. M. 5:181. (1889.) 

Dodge, W. W. 

Some Lower Silurian Graptolites from Northern Maine. Am. Jour. 
Sci. 140: 153. (1890.) [2875 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 369 

DoDS, JoHX BoVEE. 1795-1872. Clergyman, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

A Sermon, delivered in the court house, Bangor, Wednesday 
evening, February 25, 1829. By the Rev. John B. Dods, pastor 
of the Universalist societies in Union and Thomaston. (Pub- 
lished by request. Bangor: Printed at the Republican Office. 
1829. Svo. pp. 16. [2876 

A Sermon, delivered in the court house, Belfast, Sunday, May 3, 

1829. By John B. Dods, pastor of the Universalist church and 
societies in Union and Thomaston. (Published by request.) 
Belfast: White & Rowe, Printers. Journal Office. Svo. pp. 16. 

[2877 
Doe, Maby G. 

Elegy on the death of Rev. T. W. Hill, of Ossipee, N. H., who was 
killed in a mill by being caught in a belt attached to a grind- 
stone at Effingham, X. H., May 11, 1864, aged 37 years 7 months 
and 3 days. By Mary G. Doe, West Parsonsfield, Me. 1865. 

[2878 
DoK, William D. 

Who Stole the Widow Snow's Thanksgiving Dinner? A love 
story. By William D. Doe, Belfast, Maine. Age Job Print: Bel- 
fast, Me. 1890. 12mo. pp. 16. [2879 

Dole, Isaiah. Teacher, h. Skowhegan. r. Keene, N. H. 

Requirements in a Lexographer of the English Language. Am. 
Jour. Ed. 3: 161. (1858.) [2880 

Domestic Life and Character. Illustrated. Boston, Thomas Ap- 

plegate, 1858. Svo. pp. 200. [2881 

A careful examination of this pamphlet reveals the fact that it was first 
published at Portland in three numbers as "The Northern Home Magazine." 
An engraved cover containing a vignette view of Portland, being mortised, 
served for the new title. C. L. Woodward's Catalogue, No. 32. 1887. 

Doney. Indian Chief. 

Sketch of. 1845. See Drake, Samuel G. 

Donham, Grexville Mellex. b. Hebron, 1835. Publisher, Port- 
land. 
Maine State Year-Book and Legislative Manual for the year 1886- 
87, from April 1, 1886, to April 1, 1887. Established 1870 by 
Edmund S. Hoyt. Calendar pages adapted to standard time. 
Prepared pursuant to orders of the legislature. Portland: Hoyt, 
Fogg & Donham. 193 Middle Street. 16mo. pp. 744. [2882 

The same number of copies ordered by the State as for 1x85, and at the 
same price. 

Maine Register or State Year-Book and Legislative Manual, from 

April 1, 1887, to April 1, 1888. Established 1870. Compiled by 
G. M. Donham. Standard time adopted for calendar pages. 

25 



370 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

DoNHAM, Grenville Mellen, Continued. 

Prepared pursuant to orders of the legislature. Portland, Me. : 
J.B.Gregory. 1887. 16mo. pp. 752. [2883 

Five hundred and fifty copies ordered by the Legislature, at $1.50 per 
copy. 

Maine Register or State Year-Book and Legislative Manual from 

April 1, 1888, to April 1, 1889. Established 1870. Standard 
time adopted for calendar pages. Prepared pursuant to orders of 
the legislature. Compiled and published by G. M. Donham, Oxford 
Building, 18.5 Middle Street, Portland, Maine. 1888. 16mo. pp. 
768. [2884 

Seven luindred and fitty copies taken by the State, at tlie same price as 
for 1887. 

Maine Register or State Year-Book and Legislative Manual from 

April 1, 1889, to April 1, 1890. Established 1870. Standard time 
adopted for calendar pages. Prepared pursuant to orders of the 
legislature. Compiled and published by G. M. Donham, Oxford 
Building, 18.5 Middle Street, Portland, Maine. 1889. 16mo. pp. 
782. [288.5 

Seven hundred and fifty copies ordered by the legislature at $1.50 per 
copy. 

Maine Register, or State Year-Book and Legislative Manual from 

April 1, 1890, to April 1, 1891. Established 1870. Standard time 
adopted for calendar pages. Prepared pursuant to order of the 
legislature. Compiled and published by G. M. Donham, Oxford 
Building, 18-5 Middle Street, Portland, Maine. 1890. 16mo. pp- 
801. (Map.) [2886 

The secretary of State was authorized to contract for seven hundred and 
fifty copies at $1. 50 per copy. 

DONNELL, Albert, b. 18.56. Clergyman, Eastport. 

Historical Address delivered at the seventieth anniversary of the 
formation of the Central Cong, church of Eastport, Friday, Feb- 
ruary 8th, 1889. Eastport: Printed at the Sentinel Office. 1889. 
sm. 4to. pp. 20. [2887 

Don Quixotte. Pseiid. 

The Ichneumon. Being an essay on politics. Written in the Dis- 
trict of Maine, July, 1814. By Don Quixotte. 

They liate him that rebuketh in the gate, and they abhor him that speak- 
eth uprightly. Amos 5 : 10. 

n. p. n. d. (1814.) 8vo. pp. 20. [2888 

A manuscript note in a copy owned by the Maine Historical Society, says, 
" Printed by Peter Edes, Augusta, 1814. Written by an original named 
Tupper. " 

DoKA Vernon. A story of Lewiston life. 1867. -See Topographicus. 

DoRMAN, Jesse. Arundel. 

Muster Roll of his company. 1775. .See Moore, M. J. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 371 

DoRBANCE, Oliver, Brastow. 1804-73. Portland, Boston 

Sketch of. N.E.Reg. 43:102. (1889.) [2889 

Douglas, Alice May. Bath. 

Phlox. Bath, Me. Times Press. 1888. sq. 16mo. pp. 22. [2890 

Mayflowers. Bath, Me. Times Press. 1888. sq. 16mo. pp. 16. 

[2891 

Gems Without Polish, a story of the country week. New York: 

Hunt & Eaton. 1890. 12mo. pp. 423. [2892 

Douglas, Joshua Lufkin. Bath. 

The Douglas Family of Massachusetts and Maine. N. E. Reg. 

28:69. (1874.) [2893 

Early Births in Durham. Me. Biog. 3: 53. (1878.) [2894 

Cemetery Inscriptions. Me. Rec. 2:54. (1885.) [2895 

Arrowsic Island and West Baih. 

Ancestry of. 1885. See American Ancestry. 

The Douglas Genealogy. By J. Lufkin Douglas. Bath: Press of 

Sentinel and Times. 1891. 8vo. pp. 226. (Ports.) [2896 

Douglas, Stephen Arnold. 1813-61. Statesman, Chicago. 

Non-interference by Congress with slavery in the territories. 
Speech of Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, at Bangor, Maine, on Wed- 
nesday, August 15, 1860. Svo. pp. 8. [2897 

Douglass, John Abbot. 1792-1878. Clergyman, Waterford. 

Christians Co-workers with God. (1 Cor. 3:9.) A sermon deliv- 
vered at Yarmouth, June 25, 1851, before the Maine Missionary 
Society, at its forty-fourth anniversary. By Rev. .John A. Douglass, 
pastor of a church in Waterford. Augusta: William T. .John- 
son, Printer. 1851. 8vo. pp. 15. [2898 

A Discourse, delivered before the Congregational church and so- 
ciety of Waterford, Maine, November 7th, A. D., 1871, at the 
semi-centennial anniversary of the settlement of the pastor, 
Rev. J. A. Douglass. Published by request. From the News 
Press, Bridgton, Maine, n. d. Svo. pp. 15. [2899 

Douglass, William. 1691-1752. Physician, Boston. 

A Summary, historical and political, of the first planting, pro- 
gressive improvements, and present state of the British settle- 
ments in North America. Containing: I. Some general account 
of ancient and modern colonies, the granting and settling of the 
British continent and West India Island colonies, witli some 
transient remarks concerning the adjoining French and Spanish 
settlements, and other remarks of various natures. II. The 
Hudson's Bay Company's lodges, fur and skin trade. III. New- 
foundland harbours and cod-fishery. IV. The Province of 



372 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Douglass, Wilmam, Continued. 

L'Accadie or Xova Scotia; with the vicissitudes of the property 
and jurisdiction thereof, and its present state. V. The several 
grants of Sagadahock, Province of Main, Massachusett's-Bay, and 
New Plymoutli, united by a new charter in the present Province 
of Massacliusetfs-Bay, commonly called Xew England. By William 
Douglass, M. D. Boston in Xew England : by Rogers and Towle. 
MD, CC, XLIX. 8vo. Vol. I. pp. iii, (3), 568. Vol. II, 1751. 8vo. 
2 1. pp. 416. [2900 

It originally appeared in numbers. The death of the author prevented the 
completion of the work. 

The same. Boston: Xew England, Printed: London, reprinted for 

R. Baldwin, M, DCC, LV. 2 Vols., 8vo. Vol. I. 3, 1, pp. iv, 568, 
(map). Vol. 11. 3, 1, pp. 416. 
Au exact reprint of the Boston edition of 1749, with the addition of a map. 

The same. London: R. and J. Dodsley, MDCCLX. Same title as 

preceding. 

Douglass, William Abbot. Waterford. 

A Short Account of William Abbot Douglass, who died at Water- 
ford, Maine, February 23, 1832. Aged three years and eight 
months. By the children's friend. 
"Those that seek me early shall Hud me." Prov. S: 17. 

" To thee the voices of the young, 
A monument of honor raise: 
And babes with uniustructed tongues, 
Declare the wonders of thy praise." 

Written for the Massachusetts Sabbath School Society and revised 
by the committee of publication. Third edition. Boston: Mass- 
achusetts Sabbath School Society. Depository Xo. 13, Cornhill 
1839. 18mo. pp. 36. (1 illus.) [2901 

DouTY, Calvin Sanger. 1813-63. Dover. Office, in Rebellion. 
Sketch of. 1864. See Bailey, Isaac H. 

Dover. Incorporated 1822. 

Sermon, Fast. 1851. See Parker, Wooster. 

Historical Account. 1880. -See Loring, Amasa. 

An Inland Retreat. 1890. See Haynes, George H. 

Dow, Daniel. 1772-1849. Clergyman, Thompson, Conn. 

The Pedobaptist Catechism, or a schedule of the most important 
questions and answers, together with Scripture proofs, relative to 
the subject and mode of baptism. Portland: A. and J.Shirley, 
Printers. 1816. 12mo. pp. 24. [2902 

Dow, Frederic Xeal. h. 1840. Portland. 

Biography of. 1885. -See Biog. Ency. Maine. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 373 

Dow, Joshua. 1776-1861. Portland. 

Notice of. 1861. See Willis, William. 

Dow, Neal. b. 1804. Temperance reformer, Portland. 

An Oration, delivered before the Maine Charitable Mechanic As- 
sociation, at their triennial celebration, July 4, 1829, by Neal 
Dow. Published bj'^ request of the association. Portland : Printed 
at the Argus Office by Thomas Todd. 1829. 8vo. pp. 2.5. [2903 

History of a Neighborhood. A true tale. American Temperance 

Offering. 1 : 237. (1851.) [2904 

Reprinted in " The Expositor," and " State of Maine," newspapers, March- 
July, 1852. 

Operation of the Liquor Law in Portland. Report of the mayor, 

Hon. Neal Dow, to the board of aldermen and common council, 
January 14, 18.52. Broadside, twelve and half by ten inches. 
Thurston Fast Job Press, Portland. [2905 

Sketch of. 1852. See Bungay, George W. 

Life and character of. 1852. See Marsh, John. 

The Maine Law a Fixed Fact. Hunt, 30: 703. (1854.) [2906 

Neal Dow and the Maine Law. 1855. See Cole, H. G. 

Life of. 1856. See Clubb, Henry S. 

The South. No. Mo. 1 : 483, 540, 620. (1864.) [2907 

Account of. 1866. See Marsh, John. 

Prohibitory Legislation. No. Am. Rev. 134: 15. (1882.) [2908 

With D. Lewis. Prohibition and Persuasion. No. Am. Rev. 

139: 179. (1884.) [2909 

Biographical Notice of. 1884. See " Men of the Times." 

Answer to. 1884. See Walworth, C W. 

Biography of 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine 

Account of. 1885. See Centennial Temperance Volume. 

Sketch of. 1885. See " One Hundred Tears of Temperance." 

The Effectiveness of Prohibition. Forum. 3:39. (1887.) [2910 

The Outlook for Prohibition. Our Day. 1:11. (1888.) [2911 

Liquor Traffic and the Ballot. Our Day. 2:173. (1888.) [2912 

Prohibitory Law and Personal Liberty. No. Am. Rev. 147: 132. 

(1888.) [2913 

The Result of the Presidential Election. Our Day. 2:504. (1888.) 

[2914 

Neal Dow at Home. 1888. See Willard, Frances E. 

Can the Liquor Traffic be Legalized Without Sin ? Our Day. 4: 418. 

(1889.) [2915 

Down East Latch Strings. 1887. See Ingersoll, Ernest. 



374 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Down the West BRA^x■H. 1886. See Farrar, C A. J. 

DowNES, George. 1793-1869. Lawyer, Calais. 

Memoir and portrait of. 18.53. See Livingston, John. 

Downing, Ma.iob Jack. Pseud. See Smith, Seba. 

Deake, Francis Samuel. 1828-85. Author, Boston. 

Memorials of the Society of the Cincinnati of Massachusetts. By 
Francis S. Drake. (Seal.) Boston: Printed for the society. 
1873. Roy. Svo. pp. 10, x, .563. [2916 

Facsimile of autographs of the original members for the state of Massa- 
chusetts, W pp ; 24 illustrations. 

Biographical notices are given of the following Maine members, viz: Cren. 
Henry Knox, Thomaston, (portrait and illus) ; Bernard Calvin Bailey, 
Calvin Bailey, Bath; Ralph Hart Bowles, Machias; David Cobb, Goulds- 
boro', (portrait) ; John Crane, Whitmg; Samuel Darby, York; Ebenezer 
Davis, Charles S. Daveis, (portrait), .lohn Taylor Gilman Davels, Port- 
land; John Davis, Norway; John Edwards, Portland; Francis Le Baron 
Goodwin, Frankfort; Africa Hamlin, Waterford; Park Holland, Edding- 
ton; Joseph W. Leland, Saco; Theodore Lincoln, Benjamin Lincoln, Den- 
nysville; Nathaniel Nason, Berwick; Josiah Pierce, Jr., Portland; Benja- 
min J. Porter, Camden; ^\ illiam Pitt Preble, .Jr., Portland; George W. 
Stocker, Falmouth: Ebenezer Storer, Gorham ; .Joseph Henry Jackson 
Thayer, Bangor; William Torrey, Bath; Lemuel Trescott, Lubec; Joseph 
Tucker, York; Rufus Chandler Vose, Augusta; Thomas Vose, Thomaston; 
David Webber, Sanford; Christopher AVoodbridge, Newcastle. 

Life and Correspondence of Henry Knox, major-general in the 

American Revolutionary army. By Francis S. Drake. Boston: 
Samuel G. Drake, 17 Bromfield Street. 1873. Svo. pp. 160. 

[2917 
A reprint from " Mei orials of the Massachusetts Society of Cincinnati. " 
Three hundred copies were printed, for subscribers only. Reviewed in 
" The Nation, " Jan. 1, 1874. 

Henry Knox. N. E. Reg. 34: 347. (1880.) [2918 

This article is abridged from the author's " Life and Correspondence of 
Henry Knox." 

Drake, Orrison. 

Wild River Tragedy. Murder! Suicide!! Charles Freeman of 
Gilead, murdered himself and wife on the morning of June 11th, 
1851. The cause was jealousy. By Orrison Drake. Price ten 
cents. Gorham, N. H.: Mountaineer Print. 1882. 24mo. pp. 
17. [2919 

Drake, Samuel Adams, b. 1833. Author, Boston, Kennebunkport. 

The Pepperells of Kittery Point, Maine. (With a woodcut of the 

Pepperell residence.) Appleton's Jour. 11:65. (1874.) [2920 

Nooks and Corners of the Xew England Coast. By Samuel Adams 

Drake, author of "Old Landmarks of Boston," "Historic Fields 
and Mansions of Middlesex," &c. With illustrations. (Engraved 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 375 

epigraph.) Xew York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers. Frank- 
lin Square. 1875. 8vo. pp. pp. 459. [2921 

Chaps. II-III. Mount Desert. Chaps. IV-V. C'astine. Chap. VI. Pem- 
aquid Point. Chap. VII. Monhegan Island. Chap. VIII. From Wells to 
Old York. Chap. IX. Agamenticiis, the Ancient City. Chap. X. At Kit- 
tery Point, Maine. Chaps. XI-XII. The Isles of Shoals. 

Portions of chapters IV, V and VIII are reproduced in "Coast of Maine." 

See Peabody, H. G. 

The Making of Xew England. 1580-1653. By Samuel Adams 

Drake. With many illustrations and maps. New York: Charles 
Scribner's Sons. 1888. 12mo. pp. x, (2), 251. [2922 

The First Winter— De Monts, Colony, 1604. p. 20. Popham Colony, 1607, p 
30. The Colony of Madame de Guercheville, 1613. p. 51. Pioneers of Maine, 
1623-30, p. 119. 

A Book of New England Legends and Folk Lore, in prose and 

poetry, by Samuel Adams Drake, author of "Nooks and Cor- 
ners of the New England Coast." "Old Landmarks of Boston," 
etc. Illustrated by F. I. Merrill. Boston: Roberts Brothers. 
1884. 8vo. pp. xviii, 461. [2923 

York, Agamenticus,^. 358; St. AsiJenquid of Agamenticus. pp. 359-60 

The Pine Tree Coast. By Samuel Adams Drake, author of "Nooks 

and Corners of the New England Coast." 

"Now longe mayst thou saile by the Coast, 
Thou gentle Master, gentle Marinere." 

Chaucer. 

(Illus.) Boston: Estes & Laiitiat, 1891. sm. 4to. pp. 393. [2924 
(Three hundred and seventy-nine illustrations.) 

Contents. The West Coast. Chapter I. Kittery and the Piscataqua. II. The 
Isles of Shoals. III. A Ramble in Old York. IV. Ogunquit, Bald Head, and 
That Shore. V. A Turn around Wells Bay. VI. At Kennebunkport. VII. The 
Storyof Cape Porpoise. VIII. Biddeford Pool. IX. On Old Orchard Beach. 
X. From Scarborough to Portland Head. 

The Mid Coast. Chapter XI. A Day in Portland. XII. Casco Bay. 
XIII. The Gate of the Kennebec. XIV. Boothbay and about There. XV, 
Monhegan on the Sea. XVI. Pemaquid, the Fortress. XVII. Thomaston. 
round Owl's Head. 

The East Coast. Chapter XVIII. A Voyage to Norumbega. XIX. Penob- 
scot Bay and its Mountain Coasts. XX. Historic Castine. XXI. Mount 
Desert Island. XXII. In and out of Bar Harbor. XXIIl. Around French- 
man's Bay. XXIV. From Petit Manan to 3Iachias, Cutler and Quoddy 
Head. XXV. Eastport and Quoddy Bay. XXVI. Run across Grand Manan. 

Deake, Samuel Gardner. 1798-1885. Historical writer, Boston. 
Indian Biography; containing the lives of more than two hundred 
Indian chiefs; also such others of that race as have rendered 
their names conspicuous in the history of North America, from 
its first being known to Europeans to the present period. Giving 
at large their most celebrated speeches, memorable sayings, nu- 
merous anecdotes and a histoiy of their wars. Much of which 



376 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Drake Samuel, Gabcner, Continued. 

is taken from manuscripts never before published. By Samuel 
G. Drake. 

Otiiae! the lieautifier of tlie dead, 
Adornerof the ruin, comforter 
And only healer when the heart hath bled— 
Time! the corrector where our judgments err. 

KVKON. 

Nishnoh oonouhkoi pish qunohqutteauun, kah nishnoh wadevhu, kar wad- 
chuemers pish ti\i,hquohttauunash. 

Indian Bible. Isaiah 40: 4. 

Boston: Josiah Drake. MDCCCXXXII. 12mo. pp. 348. (2 
engraved plates.) [2925 

Tragedies of the Wilderness ; or, true and authentic narratives of 

captives who have been carried away by the Indians from the 
various frontier settlements of the United States, from the ear- 
liest to the present time. Illustrating the manners and customs, 
barbarous rites and ceremonies, of the North American Indians, 
and their various methods of torture practiced upon such as 
have, from time to time, fallen into their hands. By Samuel G. 
Drake. 

Happy the natives of this distant clime. 

Ere Europe's sons were known or Europe's crime. 

Chdechill. 
'Tis theirs to triumph, ours to die ! 
But mark me, Christian, ere I go, 
Thou too Shalt hav#thy share of woe ! 

Freeman. 
Boston: Antiquarian Bookstore and Institute. 1842. Illus. 
12mo. pp. 360. [2926 

The Book of the Indians; or, biography and history of the Indians 

of North America, from its first discovery to the year 1841, 

" History maketh a young man to be old, without either wrinkles or gray 
hairs; priviledging him with the experience of age, without either the in- 
tirraities or inconveniences thereof. " 

Fuller's Holy War. 
" They waste us— ay— like April snow 
In the warm noon, we shrink away; 
And fast they follow, as we go 

Towards the setting day- 
Till they shall fill the land, and we 
Arc driven into the western sea. " 

Bryant. 

By Samuel G. Drake, fellow of the Royal Society of Northern 
Antiquaries, at Copenhagen, Honorary member of the New 
Hampshire and New York Historical Societies. Ninth edition. 
With large additions and corrections. Boston: Benjamin B. 
Mussey. MDCCCXLV. [2927 

Book III. Biography and Hi>tory of the New FIngland Indians. 8vo. pp. 
156. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 377 

Chajiter VII. Indians in Maine previous to their Wars with the Whites. 
Dominion of the liashaba. Hobinhood. Natahanda. Kennebis. Chapter 
Vm. Squaudo, Sachein of Saoo. Madokawando. Asslminasqua. Tarum- 
kin. MuRg. Moxus. St. Castin. Symon. Kankamagus, or Hogkins. 
Masandonet. Worumbo. Hopegood. Chapter IX. Bomazeen. Arruhawi- 
kwabeint. Doney. Captain Simmo. Mogg. Destruction of Norridgewock. 
Death of Rale. Paugus. Lovewell's Fight, with two ballads. Chapter X. 
Sabatis. Xatanis. The iModern Penobscot Indians. 

Indian Captivities; or, life in the wigwam; being true narratives 

of captives who have been carried away by the Indians, from 
the frontier settlements of the United States, from the earliest 
period to the recent time. By Samuel G. Drake, author of 
the "Book of the Indians." New York: Miller, Orton & Co. 
1857. 12mo. pp. :^()7. (8 plates.) [2928 

Notes on the Indian wars in New England. N. E. Reg. 12: 1,161. 

(1858.) 10:8.3,149,257. (1861.) [2929 

Sir Ferdinando Gorges, Kt. N. E. Reg. 15: 17. (1861.) [2930 

Contains pedigree. 

Editor. The History of King Philip's War. By the Rev. Cotton 

Mather, D. D. Also, a history of the same war, by the Rev. In- 
crease Mather, D. D. To which are added an introduction and 
notes, by Samuel G. Drake, late president of the New England 
Historic Genealogical Society. Boston: Printed for the editor, 
and sold by him at No. 13 Bromfield Street; also by J. Munsell, 
78 State Street, Albany. 1862. 4to. pp. 281, 1. (2 ports.) [2931 

Dresden. Incorporated as Pownalborough 1760. See Wiscasset. 

Intentions of marriage, Pownalborough, 1760-78. See Patterson, 
W. D. 

Sermon, Fast. 1812. See Parker, Freeman. 

Discourse, dedicatory. 1833. See Miles, Henry A. 

Account of Pownalborough. 1853. See Bartlet, William S. 

Pownalborough and Lincoln County. 1888. -See Porter, J. W. 

Account of Pownalborough. 1878. .See Lapham, W. B. 

A History of Dresden Free High school, or Dresden Academy. 

Charles E. Emerson. Steam Printer. Wiscasset. n. d. (1889.) 
8vo. pp. 40. [2932 

Inscriptions from Carney family burial-ground. 1890. See Patter- 
son, W. D. 

Leaves from early history. 1890. -See Allen, Charles E. 

Dresser, Jvlius A. Boston. 

The True History of Mental Science. A lecture delivered at the 
church of the Divine Unity, Boston, Mass., on Sunday evening, 
Feb. 6, 1887. Revised with additions. By Julius A. Dresser. 
Boston: Alfred Mudge »S- Son, Printers. 24 Franklin Street. 
1887. 12mo. pp. 28. [2933 

Includes extracts from the manuscripts of P. P. Quimby, of Belfast. 



378 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Dbesser, Richard. 1817-94. Lawyer, Auburn. 

What is Universalism. Prepared by R. Dresser, n. p. (Lewiston.) 
n. d. 16mo. pp. 16. [2934 
Dresser's Perpetual Almanac and Week Day Register, for one hun- 
dred years. By Richard Dresser. 1856. r2935 

Universalism Attacked and Defended. 

" Prove all things, hold fast that which is good." .. Scripture. 
Lewiston: George W. Callahan, Printer. 1887. Svo. pp. 28. 

[2936 

Dreuilletes, (or Druilletes,) Gabriel, S. J. 1593-1681. Mission- 
ary, Maine and Canada. 
Narre du voyage faict pour la mission des Abnaquiois et des Con- 
naissances tirez de la Nouvelle Angleterre et des disposition des 
magistrats de cette Republique pour le secours centre les Ii*o- 
quois, es annees 1650 & 1651. Par Le R. Pere Gabriel Dreuil- 
lettes de la Compagnie de Jesus. Imprimd d' apres la copie de 
r original depos^ parmi les papiers du Bureau des Biens des 
Jesuites, a Quebec, sra. Svo. pp. (4), 33. [2937 

Journal of an embassy from Canada to the United Colonies of New 

England in 1650. By Father Gabriel Druilletes, of the Society of 
Jesus, translated from the original manuscript, with notes, etc. 
By John Gilmary Shea, member of the society. Svo. pp. 18. 

[2938 

Abnequi missionary at Kennebec, 1646-47. See Charlevoix, P. F. X.; 

also Parkman, Francis. 

Account of. 1831. See Lincoln, Enoch. 

Account of. 1886. See Shea, John G. 

Drew, Margery Pepperrell. 1799-1875. Newfield. 

Notice of. N. E. Reg. 29: 339. (1875.) [2939 

Drew, William Allen. 1798-1870. Clergyman and journalist, Au- 
gusta. 
A Discourse delivered in Farmington, Maine, on Thanksgiving Day, 
December 5, 1822. By William Allen Drew. Hallowell: Goodale, 
Glazier & Co., Printers. 1823. Svo. pp. 14. [2940 

The Necessity and Value of the Christian Doctrine of Human Im- 
mortality. A discourse delivei'ed in Camden, May 7, 1826. Being 
the Sabbath next after the interment of the late Hon. Jonas 
Wheeler, president of the Senate of Maine. By William Allen 
Drew. Belfast: Printed by E. Fellowes. 1826. r2mo. pp. 16. 

[2941 

The Christian Visitant. Monthly. 12mo. Edited by Rev. William 

A. Drew. Belfast. 1825-27. Two volumes. [2942 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 379 

Editor. Original Sermons on various subjects; by living Universa- 

list ministers. 3 vols. Published in monthly numbers, under the 
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-Annual Sermon, preached before the General Convention of Univer- 

salists, in the city of New York, September 21, 1836. New York. 
1836. 16mo pp. 16. [2944 

Glimpses and Gatherings during a Voyage and Visit to London and 

the Great Exhibition in the Summer of 18.51. By William A. 
Drew, commissioner of the State of Maine. 

" August and glorious city! Thy renown 
Fills with heroic deeds of high emprise 
The lengthened records of the stream of Time. " 

Augusta: Homan & Manley: Boston: Abel Tompkins. 1852. 
12mo. pp. 404. (Port.) [2945 

Speech at Kingston, Mass., celebration. 1876. See Kingston. 

Drinkwateb, Anne T. 

Memoir of Mrs. Deborah H. Porter, wife of Eev. Charles G. Porter, 
of Bangor. Portland: Sanborn & Carter, 1848. 8vo. pp. 269. 

[2946 
Dbinkwater Family. Me. Rec. 3:265. (1886.) 

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Drinkwateb, N. North Yarmouth. 

Correction to articles on the old church, North Yarmouth. O. T. 

3:316. [2948 
History of Cumberland Royal Arch Chapter of Yarniouth. O. T. 

3::361. (1884.) [2949 
Sketch of. 1885. See Loring, Amasa. 

Dbisko, George W. b. 1824. Journalist, Machias. 

The Revolution. Life of Hannah Weston; with a brief record of her 

ancestry. Also a condensed history of the first settlement of 

Jonesborough, Machias and other neighboring towns. By a 

citizen. 
" She looketh well to the ways of her household, and eateth not the bread 

of idleness." Proverbs 31: 27. 

Machias, Me. C. O. Furbush & Co. 1857. 16mo. pp. 163. [2950 
Contains " The Liberty Pole, a tale of Machias, by Charles P. Ilsley. 
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Press Association. 

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1884, 1887, 1890. See Maine Press Association. 



380 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Dkummoxd, James. 1815-61. Clergyman, Auburn, 1842-58. 

How to Make the Most of Life. A discourse preached to the 
young men of the congregation, on Sabbath morning, Novem- 
ber 28, 1847. By Rev. James Drummond, pastor of the Con- 
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by William H. Waldron & Co. 1847. 16mo. pp. 16. [2'.)51 

This was the first pamphlet printed at the Lewiston Journal Office. 

Sermon on. 1863. See Sevrall, J. B. 

Tribute to Edward Little. 1875. See Clark, Sarah Little. 

Drummond, Josiah Hayden, LL. D. h. 1827. Lawyer, Waterville, 
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Young's Short and Practical Method of extracting roots, simplified 
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Dispensations. Freemasons' Mo. Mag. 19: 106. (1860.) [2952a 

"Under which King." Freemasons' Mo. Mag. 20:339, 364. (1860.) 

[2952b 
This article was published as a pamphlet. 

The Supreme Council. Freemasons' Mo. Mag. 21 : 177. (1861.) 

[2952c 

Masonic Historical and Bibliographical Memoranda. X. E. Freema- 
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The same, (rewritten and enlarged) under the following title: 

Masonic Historic and Bibliographical Memoranda, by Josiah H. 
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Address upon Abner B. Thompson. 1871. -See Freemasonry. 

Council of Deliberation. 

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Copied from History Waterville Lodge. 
History of Standish Lodge, No. 70. of Free and Accepted Masons, 

Standish, Me., from June 10, 18.52 to Oct. 1,1874. By Jo.siah H. 

Drummond. Portland: Harmon, Paine & Co., Printer.-. 8vo. 

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Portrait of. 1877. See Gilman. J. Wesley. 

The Maine Masonic Text Book, for the use of lodges, compiled by 

Josiah H. Drummond, Past Grand Master. Portland: Dresser, 

McLellan & Co., 1877. Electrotyped by Stephen BeiTy, Printer, 

37 Plum Street. 12mo. pp. .350. [2957 
The same, second edition. Portland: Dresser, McLellan c^- Co. 

1880. 12mo. pp. 3.54. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 381 

The same, third edition. Portland: Stephen Berry, Printer. 

1890. 12mo. pp. 368. 

Editor. History of Portland Lodge No. 1. of Free and Accepted 

Masons, Portland, Maine, from its organization. (1769) to 1880. 
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Letter from. Freemason's Rep. 13:382. (1884.) [2959 

The Flax Wheel. Me. Rec. 2:236. (1885.) [2960 

Biography. 1885. -See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

Alexander Campbell. Bang. H. M. 1 : 79. (1885.) [2961 

John Parker, of Parker's Island. Bang. H. M. 1: 126. [1886) 

[2962 

The Butler Family in Georgetown. Me. Rec. 3: 134. (1886.) 4: 

226. (1887.) [2963 

John Bray of Kittery. Me. Rec. 3: 248. (1886.) 4:25. (1887.) 

[2964 

Rogers Family, of Freeport. Me. Rec. 4:83. (1887.) [2965 

Obituary of Daniel Wing. 1887. -See Maine Farmer's Almanac. 

The Maxwells of Wells. Me. Rec. 4: 263. (1887.) [2966 

Historical Memoranda concerning the Cryptic Rite. 1888. See Rob- 
ertson, J. Ross. 

Symbolic Masonry. 1889. See Gould, Robert Freke. 

Royal Arch Masonry. 1889. -See Gould, Robert Freke. 

The Dighton Family. Me. Rec. 6:362. (1889.) [2967 

Maine Royal Arch Text Book. 1889. See Sleeper, F. E. 

Obituaries of Noah Barker and Hobai-t W. Richardson. 1890. -See 

Maine Farmer's Almanac. 
History of Masonic Jurisprudence, 1890. -See Gould, Robert 

Freke. 

Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry. 1890. -See 

Gould, Robert Freke. 

Bibliographical Memorandum of the Laws of Maine. Me. Hist. Soc. 

Coll. 2d. ser. 2: 391. [2968 
Reports for Masonic Grand Bodies. 

See Grand Lodge of Maine. Vol. V-XIV. 

-See Grand Chapter of Maine. Vols. III-VIII. 

See Grand Council of Maine. Vols. I-IV. 

-See Grand Commandery of Maine. Vols. I-II. 

Drunken Sea. 1841. -See Henry, James. 



382 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Dudley, Dean. 

Dover, N. H., and Great Falls Directory, with Salmon Falls, Me. 
Directory for 1867. By Dean Dudley. Dover, N. H. : D. Lothrop 
& Co. 1867. 8vo. pp. 11.5, -32. [2969 

Dudley, Dkane. 

Recollections of Gen. King, first Governor of Maine. Communicated 
by J. F. Anderson. (From the Franklin Patriot, Farmington, by 
Deane Dudley.) Me. Rec. 1:9.5. (1884.) [2970 

Dudley, Paul. 

English Definitions of Indian Terms. From Paul Dudley's Papers. 
Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 5:425. (18.57.) [2971 

DuMABESQ Family. (Compiled chiefly from original documents.) N. 
E. Reg. 17: 317. (1863.) 
A Sketch of the family of Dumaresq, to which are added reminis- 
cences of James Dumaresq and an appendix of documents. 
(Munsell's trade-mark.) Albany: J. Munsell, 78 State Street. 
1863. 8vo. pp. 23. [2972 

Reprinted in part from the N. E. Register. 

Dumaresq, James. 1772-1826. Perkins. 

Reminiscences of James Dumaresq, Esq. N. E. Reg. 17: 320. 
(1863.) (Anonymous, signed "I. H. S.") [2973 

Dummer, Jeremiah. 1677-1761. Boston. 

A Defence of the New England Charters. By Jer. Dummer. 
Pulchum est patrice benefacere, etiant benedicere haucl absurdum est. 

Sallust. 

Boston, New England : Reprinted and sold by Thomas and John 
Fleet, at the Heath and Crown in Cornhill. 1765. sm. 8vo. pp. 4, 
44. [2974 

Contains description of fort at Femaquid. The work was first printed in 
London, in 1728. 

DuMONT, John Thomas Philip. 1802-.52. Lawyer, Hallowell. 

Notice of. N. E. Reg. 7 : 374. (1853.) [2975 
Notice of. 1864. See Palmer, Joseph. 

Dunbar, Kendall M. h. 1857. Damariscotta. 

Papers relating to history of Press in Sagadahoc County. 1889. -Sec 
Maine Press Association. 

Paper relating to history of Press in Lincoln County. See same. 

Dunham, James. 

Legal Forms for the Transaction of Business, particularly adapted 
to the use of farmers, mechanics, and all men in the private 
walks of life. By James Dunham. Portland: Printed for the 
publisher. 1846. 12mo. pp. 36. [2976 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 383 

DuNLAP, Robert Pinckney. 1796-1859. Lawyer, governor of Maine. 

Brunswick. 

Speech of Mr. Dunlap, of Maine, on the tariff; delivered in the 

House of Representatives, May 1, 1844. Washington, Printed at 

the Globe Office. 1844. Svo. pp. 8. [2977 

Address before the General Grand Chapter of the United States, 

at the triennial meeting in Hartford, Connecticut, September 9, 
1856. (Freemasons.) Portland, Me. Published by order of the 
General Grand Chapter. (1856 ?) Svo. pp. 16. [2978 

Address before the Grand Lodge of Maine, at the annual commu- 
nication in Portland, May 4, 1858. (Freemasons.) Portland: 
Published by order of the Grand Lodge. 1858. Svo. pp. S. [2979 

Notice of. 1876. See Adams, George E. 

Sketch of. 1887. -See King, Marquis F. 

DuNNELS, John E., M. D. 1818-67. Physician, Harrison. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1867. See Brown, T. H. 

Dunning Famii^y, of Maine. 1890. -See Porter, J. W. 

Dtjnton, Alvin Robbins. 1812-91. Instructor, Camden. 

A True Story of the Hart-Meservey Murder Trial, in which light 
is thrown upon dark deeds, incomjDetency and perfidy: and 
crime fastened upon those whose position, if not manhood 
should have commanded honest dealings. By Alvin R. Dunton, 
Camden; author of the Duntonian system of penmanship and 
the oldest expert in handwriting in the United States. 

Ye who love the ways of .Justice, 

Who delight in noble actions, 

Who believe that truth should conquer, 

And that right should rule forever, 

Read this story of oppression, 

Read this story true and faithful. 

Published by the author, (n. p.) 1882. 12mo. pp. 309. (Two 
ports.) [2980 

DuREN, Elnathan Freeman. b. 1814. Publisher, r. Bangor. 

Compiler. Manual High Street Congregational church, Portland. 
1846. -See Portland. 

Compiler. Annual Minutes Penobscot Musical Association, 1847- 

84. See Penobscot County. 

Congregational Ministers and Churches in Maine from 1672 to 1867. 

Portland: 1867. Svo. pp. 147. [2981 

Supplement to the same. 1S68-76. Portland: 1876. Svo. pp. 67. 

[2982 

Supplement to the same. 1877-86. Bangor: 1886. Svo. pp. 11. 

[2983 



384 BIBLIOGKAPHY OF MAINE. 

DuBEN, Elnathan Freeman, Continued. 

Manual of the Hammond Street Congregational church, Bangor 

Maine. Printed for the use of the members. 

" The foundation of God standeth sure, having this seal, the Lord kncjw- 

eth them that are his. And, let every one that nameth the name of Christ, 

depart from iniquity, " 2 Tim. 2 : 19. 

Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smitli & Son. 1871. 16mo. pp. 
52. [2984 

An addenda of Tpp., containing list of members received from Oc- 
tober 1, 1871 to Dec. 24, 1873, was published in 1874. Also, sup- 
plements in 1877, 1878, 1881, and 1882. 

Bibliography of Maine. 1872. See Griffin, Joseph. 

Historical and Descriptive Sketch of Penobscot County. 1879. See 

Howard, R. H. 

Bibliography of Penobscot County. 1882. See Penobscot County. 

History of the churches in Bangor, Me. In Bangor Commercial. 

(Daily.) [2985 

1. First Congregational. Vol. XV, April 24, 1886. 2. First Methodist 
church. Vol. XV, May 1,1886. 3. First Baptist church. Vol. XV, May 8, 
1886. 4. Unitarian church. Vol. XV, May 15, 1886. 5. Hammond Street 
Congregational church. Vol. XV, May 29, 1886. 6. St. John's Episcopal 
church. Vol. XV, May 29, 1886. 7. Universalist church. Vol. XVI, Febru- 
ary 5 and 12, 1887. 8. Universalist church. 9 and 01. Central Congre- 
gational church. Vol, XVI, March 20 and April 2, 1887. 13. Second Baptist. 
Vol. XVII, April 14, 1888. 12. Second (now Grace) Methodist church. Vol. 
XVII, April 21. 1888. 13. First Free Baptist church. Vol. XVII, May 12, 1888, 
13. Advent Christian church. Vol. XVIII, February 23, 1889. (There are no 
numbers to the newspapers.) 

Manual of the Hammond Street Congregational church. Bangor, 

Maine. Bangor: O. F. Knowles & Co., Printers. 1887. sm. 
8vo. pp. 79. [2986 

Editor. Minutes General Conference Maine Congregational churches. 

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Dtjegin, Benoni T. 

History Eastern Frontier Lodge. 1871. .See Trafton, John B. 

DuBGiN, Obadiah Elkin, M. D. 1795-1879. Physician, Deering. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1879. See Beede, J. W. 

DUBHAM. Incorported 1789. 

Early Births. Is78. See Douglas, J. Lufkin. 

Dutch in Maine. (1857.) See de Peyster, J. Watts. 

Du Thet, Gabbiel. See Thet, Gabriel du. 

DuTTON, Samuel, and family, Bangor. 1888. See Porter, J. W. 

DuTTON, S. T. New Haven, Conn. 

Address at Bar Harbor. 1886. See American Institute of Ins. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 385 

DxJYCKixcK, EvEKTS AUGUSTUS. 1816-78. Author, New York. 

National Portrait Gallery of Eminent Americans : including orators, 
statesmen, naval and military heroes, jurists, authors, etc., etc. 
From original full-length paintings by Alonzo Chappel. With 
biographical and historical narratives, by Everts A. Duyckinck, 
editor of '' Cyclopsedia of American Literature," etc. In two 
volumes. Vol. I. Xew York: Johnson, Fry & Company, 27 
Beekman St., 4to. pp. 2, 488. (Illus.) Vol. II. pp. 470. (Illus.) 

[2987 
JohnXeal; Bowdoin College (with engravings); Grenville Mellen; Jacob 
Abbott; John S.C.Abbott; Sylvester Judd; Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe 
(with engraving of her Brunswick residence). 

Cyclopaedia of American Literature, embracing personal and critical 

notices of authors, and selections froiii their writings, from the 
earliest period to the present day, with portraits, autographs, and 
other illustrations. By Everts A. Duyckinck, and George L. Duy- 
ckinck. Edited to date by ^L Laird Simons. In two volumes. 
Philadelphia: William Rutter & Co., 1877. 8vo. Vol. I. pp. xxii, 
990. Vol. II. pp. xiv, 10.54. [2988 

The following authors are noted as of Maine : Simon Greenleaf , John Neal, 
Robert S. Coffin. Grenville 3Iellen, Nathaniel Deering, Jacob Abbott, John 
S. C. Abbott, Frederic H. Hedge, N. P. Willis, H. W. Longfellow, Pamuel 
Longfellow, George B. Cheever, George S. Hillard, B. B. Thatcher, George 
Burgess, Ann S. Stephens, Lorenzo Sabine, Seba Smith, Elizabeth O. Smith, 
John H. Sheppard, D. C. Colesworthy, Edmund Flagg, Charles Deane, John 
Ward Dean, John W. Thornton, Deane Dudley, William Willis, William 
Cutter, Samuel F. Smith, George W. Light, S. B. Beckett, William i!. Stevens, 
George H. Preble, Elizabeth A. Allen, Harriet P. Spofford. 

DwiGHT, Edward Stkoxg. 1820-90. Clergyman, Saco, 1844-52. 

A Teaching Ministry the Conservators of the Social Welfare. (2 
Chron. 1.5:3.) A sermon delivered at Searsport (1st. Ch.), June 
2H, 1852, before the Maine Missionary Society, at its forty-fifth 
anniversary. By Edward S. Dwight, pastor of the First Congre- 
gational church in Saco. Augusta: William T. Johnson, Printer. 
1852. 8vo. pp. 17. [2989 

An Address delivered in Saco, Oct. 12, 1862, on the one hundredth 

anniversary of the organization of the First church in Saco, Me. 
By Rev. Edward S. Dwight, sixth pastor. Published by request. 
Saco: William Noyes, Printer. 1862. 8vo. pp. 27. [2990 

Dwight, Sekexo Edwards, D. D. 1786-1850. Clergyman. 

The Gospel, its own Witness to the Conscience. A sermon deliv- 
ered in Portland, Nov. 9, 1825, at the installation of the Rev. 
Charles Jenkins, pastor of the Third Congregational church in 
that place. By S. Edwards Dwight, pastor of Park Street church, 
Boston. Portland: Shirley and Edwards, Printers. 1826. 8vo. pp. 
54. [2991 

26 



386 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

DwiGHT, Timothy, D. D. 1752-1817. Clergyman, New Haven, Coun. 
Travels in Xew England and New York. By Timothy Dwight, S. 
T. D., LL. D. Late president of Yale College; author of " Theol- 
ogy Explained and Defended. " In four volumes. New Haven: 
Published by Timothy Dwight. S. Converse, Printer. 1821. 4 
vols. Svo. pp.524, (Map); .527, (Map); .534, (Map); 527, (1). [2992 
Letter 16. Fryeburg— Hiram — Standisli—Gorhain— Falmouth. Letter 17. 
Portland — Its buildings and commerce — Attacks of the Indians— Wan- 
tonly destroyed by Capt. Mowat in 1775. Letter 18. Story of General Wads- 
worth— Attack on his house— His capture. Letter 19. Story of General 
Wadswortb concluded— Major Burton. Letter 20. Kittery— York— Wells— 
Kennenunk — Portland. Letter 21. Falmouth— North Yarmouth — Freeport 
— Brunswiclv — Bowdoin College. Letter 22. Bath — Woolwich — Dresden — 
Pittston— Gardiner— Augusta— Hallowell— Litchfield — Topsbam— The Amiri- 
scoggin — The Kennebec. Letter 23. Tornado^ — Scarborough — Saco — Bid- 
deford — Arundel. Letter 24. Maine — Its Climate — Coast — Soil — Manner 
of settlement— Difficulties encountered by the first settlers— Their charac- 
ter. Letter 26. Lovewell's excursions. 

Dwight, William Theodore, D. D. 1795-1865. Clergyman, Port- 
land, 1832-G4. 
Religion, the Only Preservative of National Freedom. A discourse 
delivered in the Third Congregational church of Portland, on 
the day of the Annual Thanksgiving, December 1, 1836. By 
William T. Dwight. Published by request. Portland: Arthur 
Shirley, Printer. 1836. 8vo. pp. 16. [2993 

The Cliurch, the Pillar and Ground of the Truth. A sermon deliv- 
ered in Brunswick, June 26, 1839, before the Maine Missionary 
Society, at its thirty-second anniversary. Bj' William T. Dwight, 
pastor of the Third Congregational church in Portland. Port- 
land: Alfred Merrill, Printer. 1839. Svo. pp. 24. [2994 

" A Great Man Fallen." A discourse on the death of President 

Harrison: delivered in the Third Congregational church of Port- 
land, on Sabbath morning, Ajiril 18, and on Thvirsday evening, 
April 22, 1841, the dayof the Annual Fast. By William T. Dwight. 
Published by request. Portland: Alfred Merrill, Printer. 1841. 
8vo. pp. 19. [2995 

A Discourse on the rightfulness and expediency of capital punish- 
ments. By William T. Dwight, pastor of the Third Parish 
church, Portland. Published by request. Portland: Printed at 
the Temperance Office. 1843. Svo. pp. 34. [2996 

An Address delivered before the association of alumni of Yale 

College, August 14, 1844. By William T. Dwight, pastor of the 
Third Congregational church, Portland, Maine. Published by 
request of the association. New Haven: Printed by B. L. Ham- 
len. 1844. Svo. pp. 36. [2997 

The Adaptation of the Truth to Promote the Salvation of Men. A 

discourse delivered at the installation of Eev. Oren Sikes over 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 387 

the Trinitarian Congregational church and society in Bedford, 
Mass., June 3, 1846. By William T. Dwight, pastor of the Third 
Congregational church in Portland, Me. Published by request of 
the church in Bedford. Boston: A. J. Wright's Steam Press. 
No. 3 Water Street. 1846. Svo. pp. 23. [2998 

-An Address delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa Society, Ali>ha 
of Maine, in Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Sept. 6, 1849. By 
William T. Dwight, D. D., pastor of the Third Congregational 
church, Portland. Published by request. Portland: Printed at 
the Mirror Office. MDCCCX. Svo. pp. 28. [2999 

Reviewed by Rev. .John Lord. 18.52. 
See Lord, John. 

-Select Discourses of Sereno Edwards Dwight, D. D., pastor of 
Park Street church, Boston ; and president of Hamilton College, 
in New York. With a memoir of his life, by William T. Dwight, 
D. D., pastor of the Third Congregational church, Portland. 
Boston: Published by Crocker & Brewster, 47 Washington 
Street. 18.51. 12mo. pp. Ixviii, 382. [3000 

-Characteristics of New England Theology. A discourse delivered 
at the first public anniversary of the Congregational Board of 
Publication, at the Tremont Temple, Boston. By William T. 
Dwight, D. D., pastor of the Third Congregational church, Port- 
land. Boston: Congi-egational Board of Publication. 1855. 
Svo. pp. 34. [;3001 

-The Pulpit in its Relation to Politics. A discourse delivered in 
the Third Congregational church, Portland. November 29, 1856, 
and January 18, 1857. By William T. Dwight, D. D. Published 
by request. Portland: Published by Francis Blake. 1857. Svo. 
pp. 27. [3002 

-A Discourse on Spiritualism, delivered in the Third Parish church, 
Portland, April 26, 1857. By William T. Dwight, D. D. Port- 
land: Published by Sanborn & Carter, 1857. Svo. pp. 28. [3003 

-Spiritualism Annihilated. A discourse delivered by Rev. William 
T. Dwight, D. D., in the church of the Third Parish, Portland, 
Maine. On the evening of Sunday, April 26, 1857. 
"The secret things belong unto the Lord our God." Deut. 29: 29. 

Reported in short-hand by P. B. Templeton, at the request of 
certain spiritualists. Portland. Svo. pp. 29. [3004 

-The Work : and the Workmen. A discourse in behalf of the Amer- 
ican Home Missionary Society, preached in the city of New 
York, May 8, 1859. By William T. Dwight, D. D., pastor of the 
Third Congregational church, in Portland, Me. New York: 
Published by the American Home Missionary Society. Bible 
House, Astor Place. 1859. Svo. pp. 31. [3005 



388 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

DwiGHT, William Theobore, D. D., Continued. 

Address delivered at the forty-fifth anniversary of the Americ-an 

Tract Society, in the Tremont Temple, Boston, Wednesday 
evening. May 25, 1859. By Rev. W. T. Dwight, D. D. Published 
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Letter to semi-centennial celebration. Park Street church. 1859. 

See Boston. 

The Nationality of a People, its Vital Element. An oration deliv- 
ered in the new City Hall, before the city government and citi- 
zens, of Portland, July 4, 1861. By William T. Dwight, D. D., 
pastor of the Third Congregational church. Portland: N. A. 
Foster, City Printer. 1861. 8vo. pp. 32. [3007 

Sermon on his death. 1865. See Boardman, Henry A. 

Life and Ministry of. 1866. See Smyth, Egbert C. 

Dyer, Isaac Watson, b. Baldwin. Lawyer, Portland. 

Maine Corporation Law. The statute law relating to Maine cor- 
jjorations. With notes of decisions and blank forms. Compiled 
by Isaac W. Dyer, attorney-at-law. Portland: Loring, Short 
and Harmon. 1881. 16rao. pp. (4), iv, 119. [3008 

Dyer, Russell Glover, b. North Haven, 1845. Journalist, Belfast. 
History of Corinthian Chapter, No. 7, of Royal Arch Masons, Bel- 
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Belfast: G. W. Burgess, Printer, 1880. 8vo. pp. 80. [3009 

Masonic Temple, Belfast, Maine. (Engraving.) Freemason's Re- 

pos. 15:2.53. (1886.) [3010 

Fames Family. Islesboro. 1889. See Porter, J. W. 

Eames, James. 

The Surveyor's Assistant, consisting of tables for ascertaining the 
base and perpendicular rise on any given hypothenuse from one 
to twenty rods. By James Eames. Portland: Printed by Arthur 
Shirley. 1836. [3011 

Earthy, Joitx. Pemaquid. 

Account of. 1871. See Johnston, John. 

Eastern Lands. 

Eastern Lands For Sale. (Announcement of land sales in tlie 
counties of York, Cumberland and Lincoln, 1788.) Broadside. 

[.•!() 12 

Resolves of the (General Court of the commonwealth of Massacliu- 

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[3013 
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Inscriptions from gravestones in the old bnrying-ground at East 

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[3022 
ConstitiiVion Botanic Society. 1812. See Thomjison, Samuel. 



390 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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[3023 

Four Years under Martial Law. 1814-18. See Sabine, Lorenzo. 

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[3025 

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Eastport and Quoddy Bay. (Illus.) 1890. See Drake, Samuel A. 

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Eatox, Arthur Wentwokth Hamiltox. Clergyman. Xew York. 
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Eaton, Ctkus. 1784-1875. Educator, r. Warren, 1804-75. 

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John, 6: 12. 

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392 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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Eaton, Isabp:l Graham. Bangor. 

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Eaton, John Rowell, M. D. 1830-85. Physician, Wilton. 
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Eaton, John S. 

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[3049 

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A second edition of Vol. I was published in 1886. 
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394 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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Edes, Edwakd Henry, d. 184.5. Clergyman. Eastport, Kennebunk. 
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Address at funeral of. 1871. -See Thwing, E. P. 



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Edwabds, John. 1802-86. Journalist, Portland. 
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[3058 

Edwards, Justin, D. D. 1787-1853. President Andover Theological 
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Christian Communion. A sermon delivered June 12, 1822, at the 
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Contains "Boroughs in Maine; " '' Indian Lands Deeds in Maine. " 
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Elder Family. Falmouth. 1887. See Whittier, H. E. 

Elder, Isaac L., and Jones, Charles. Windham. 

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396 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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Eliot Library Association. Midsummer Fete of the Eliot Library 

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" The sweet-briar blooms on Kittery-side, 
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Whittier. 

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[3069 
Institutions at. 1889. See Hale, Edward E. 

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Eliot, Charles. 

The Coast of Maine. Garden and Forest, 3: 86. (1890.) [3071 



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[3073 



Ellett, Elizabeth Fries. 1818-78. New York City. 

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[3074 

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Open rebuke is better than secret love. 

Solomon. 

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(Nothing Too Precious for Christ.) A sermon delivered in Nor- 

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398 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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Elliovich, Johx Bratish. 

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Ellis, Ferdinand. 

A discourse delivered at the Universalist meeting-house in North 
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Ellis, Jonathax. b. 1762. Clergyman, Topsham, 178(^-1810. 

A Topographical description of Topsham in the county of Lin- 
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An Eulogical poem on Gen. George Washington, pronounced at 

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[3088 

An Oration delivered at the court house in Topsham, July 4th, 

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Ellis, Jonathan, and family, Bluehill. 1890. See Candage, R. G. F. 

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[3092 

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Address, 4 July, 18.52. See Wiswell, Arno. 

The Ellsworth Outrage. Metrop. 2:673. (1854.) [3095 

Discourse, Thanksgiving. 1861. See Williams, Nathaniel W. 



400 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Ellsworth, Continued. 

Novel concerning: "The House of Yorke." 1872. -See Tincker, 

Mary A. 

History of Lygonia Lodge. 1874. See Deane, Joseph A. 

By-laws of William H. H. Price Post No. 55. Department of Maine 

G. A. R. Adopted by vote of post, May 1, 1882. Ellsworth: 
Printed by the Hancock Publishing Company. 1883. 16mo. pp. 8. 

[3096 

Manual of the Congregational church, Ellsworth, Maine. Febru- 
ary 1,1884. Ellsworth: A. W. Packard, Printer. 1884. 16mo. 
pp. 16. [3(i'J7 

Address, dedication court house. 1886. See Peters, John A. 

Inscriptions from gravestones in the old burying-ground at Ells- 
worth. Bang. H. M. 3:38. (1887.) [30iJ8 

Early Deeds on Union River, now Ellsworth, unrecorded. Copied 

from the original. Bang. H. M. 3:70. (1887.) [3099 

Early Deeds on Union River, now Ellsworth. Bang. H. M. 3:90. 

(1887.) [3100 

Account of first settlement. (1888.) See Moor, John L. 

Leading Business Men. 1888. See Bangor. 

Unrecorded deeds of land in Ellsworth. Bang. H. M. 3: 219. (1888.) 

[3101 

The Picturesque City of the East. 1889. See Haynes, George H. 

History of Lygonia Lodge. 1890. See Chilcott, James C. 

History Esoteric Lodge. 1870-91. See Lord, Trueman C. 

Elvins, Richakd. 1716-76. Clergyman, Scarborough, 1744-76. 

True Justifying Faith, producing evangelical obedience. Illus- 
trated in a sermon preached at Dunstan in Scarborough, July 
26, 1747. Boston: Printed and sold by S. Kneeland and T.Green. 
1747. 24mo. pp. 87. [3102 

Elwell, Edward Henry. 1825-90. Journalist, Deering. 

The Burning of Portland. Full account of the great conflagration, 
Portland, July 4, 1866. Published by the Portland Transcript 
Company. [3103 

Poem, read at Bath. 1868. See Maine Press Association. 

An Address delivered March 15, 1870, before the sons and daughters 

of Maine, resident in Lowell, Mass., on the celebration of the 
fiftieth anniversary of the admission of Maine into the Union. 

[3104 

Poem, " The Printer's Petition, " 1873. See Maine Press Associa- 
tion. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 401 

-1875. The Successful Business Houses of Portland. W. S. Jones, 
Publisher. Portland. 1875. 8vo. pp. 162. [3105 

-History of the Press in Kennebec County. 1875. -See Maine 
Press Association. 

-Account of visits of editors and publishers to York Beach, 1875. 
See Maine Press Association. 

-John Neal. Me. Biog. 2:1. (1876.) (Port.) [3106 

-Portland and Vicinity. By Edward H. Elwell. Illustrated. Port- 
land: Published by Loring, Short and Harmon and W. S. Jones. 
1876. [3107 

-The same. With a slcetch of Old Orcliard Beach and other Maine 
resorts. By Edward H. Elwell. Illustrated. Portland, Me., 
Loriug, Short and Harmon. Providence, K. I.; J. A. and R. A, 
Reid. 18S1. 8vo. pp. 142. [3108 

-Paper relating to histoi-y of Press in Cumberland County, with 
obituary of Charles Holden. 1876. See Maine Press Association. 

-Aroostook: with some account of the excursions thither, of the 
editors of Maine, in the years 1858 and 1878, and of the colony 
of Swedes, settled in the town of iS^ew Sweden. By Edward H. 
Elwell, editor Portland Transcript. Portland: Transcript 
Printing Company. 1878. 8vo. pp. 50. [3109 

-The same. Second edition, revised, with additional matter and 
illustrations. J. A. and R. A. Reid, Providence, R. I. 1881. 

[3110 

-Paper relating to the history of the Press in Cumberland County, 
(with account of "John Neal as a Journalist," and notices of F. 
O. J. Smith and Charles Day). 1877. <See Maine Press Association. 

-Poem: "Retrospect." 1878. See Maine Press Association. 

-The Tower by the Sea. Poem. By Edward H. Elwell. Dedicated 
to Sylvester B. Beckett, in memory of many happy days spent 
with him on the seashore. Broadside, 1878. [3111 

-Paper relating to history of Press in Cumberland County. 1878. 
See Maine Press Association. 

-Account of Editors' and Publishers' excursion to Moosehead Lake. 
1878. See Maine Press Association. 

-Editorial Convention of 1852. (1879.) See Maine Press Association. 

-The Portland of Longfellow's Youth. (1882.) See Maine Hist. Soc. 
Proc. 

-The Boys of Thirty-five. A story of a seaport town, by Edward H. 
Elwell. Boston: Lee & Shepard, 47 Franklin Street. New York: 
Charles T. Dillingham, 678 Broadway. (1884.) 16mo. pp. 2.55. 

[3112 

-The same. Second edition. Lee and Shepard. 1889. 16mo. pp. 255. 
27 



402 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Elwei.l, Edward Hexry, Continued. 

Grand Army of the Republic. Read at Portland on Memorial Day, 

1885. By Edward H. El well. n. p. 16mo. pp. 8. [3113 
Poem. 
Paper on the Newspaper Pres.s in Maine. 1885. See Maine Press 

Association. 
Fraternity Papers. By Edward H. Elwell. Author of " The Boys of 

Thirty-five." Portland: Elwell, Pickard & Co. Hoyt, Fogg and 

Donham. 1886. 12mo. pp. 310. [3114 
The White Hills of Xew Hampshire. By Edward H. Elwell. Read 

before the Maine Historical Society. Portland, May 25, 1881. Me. 

Hi.st. Soc. Coll. 9:207. (1887.) [3115 
The Schools of Portland from the earliest times to the centennial 

year of the town, 1886. By Edward Henry Elwell. (City Seal.) 

Portland, Me. : William M. Marks, Printer. 1886. 8vo. pp. 27. 

[3116 
Paper relating to history of Press in York County. 1888. See 

Maine Press Association. 
Facts about Northern Maine. For the use of the Massachusetts 

Press Association, n. p. (Portland.) n. d. (1889.) 12mo. n. pp. 

(pp. 4.) ■ [3117 

Response on presentation of Paul Akers' Pearl Diver. 1889. See 

Portland Free Library. 

Enoch Lincoln. Read before the Maine Historical Society, Decem- 
ber 23, 1882. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d ser. 1:137. (1890.) [3118 

The same: in separate form. Portland: Brown Thurston Co. 

(1890.) 8vo. pp. 21. 

Diamond Island, Portland, Maine. Its history, improvements and 

natural features, by Edward H. Elwell, with the by-laws, list of 
residences and landowners of the Diamond Island Association. 
Illustrated with cuts of cottages and scenery of the island. Lake- 
side Press. Portland: 1890. pp. 29. [3119 

Elwell, William. Islesboro. Bang. H. M. 1:61. (1885.) [3120 

Embargo. 

In a bound volume in the library of the Massachusetts Historical 
Society, is a collection of pami^hlets relating to the Embargo 
Act, and the following manuscript memorandum is found with 
them in the middle of the book: 

"A collection of pamphlets issued by a committee of public safety, 
chosen by the town of Portland, in the county of Cumberland, state of 
Massachusetts, January, 1809, which committee consisted of the following 
gentleman: viz. Hon. Samuel Freeman, Enoch Ilsley, Daniel Tucker, 
Woodbury Storer, Peter Warren, Lemuel Weeks, James D. Hopkins, Stephen 
Longfellow, Jun., and William Goddard. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF 3IAINE. 403 

The titles of the pamphlets are as follows: 

"Politics for Farmers," or common sense addressed to common 

people. Mr. Sloan's Speech, n. t. p. 8vo. pp. 8. [3121 

This was issued at the Freeman's Friend Office, .January 19, 1809, and has 
" Number 1" at foot of the first page. 

Kead, Citizens of Maine, and Judge for Yourself, n. t. p. 4to. pp. (4.) 

[.3121a 
This contains "The Constitution Gone!" "Violations of Unalienaijle 
Rights by Mr. Gallatin's and 3Ir. Giles' Bill," signed by "A Descendant of 
the Pilgrims: " and "Mr. Crowninshield's Resolutions," (Report of a eom- 
mittee in the House of Representatives, November 16, 1808.) Mr. JMaster's 
Speech. 

" [n the day of adversity consider." n. t. p. 12mo. pp. 24. [3122 

This has "No. IF," printed at the foot of the first page, and contains tn 
introductory portion, pp. 1-3, signed by " A '75 man : " common sense in Dis- 
habille;" "Mr. Sloan's Speech, or Mr. Nicholas' and Mr. Bacon's Resolu- 
tions, February 7, 1809. (pp. 4-17), and " Hear Mr. Lyon." (Extract of a letter 
from him to a friend in Vermont, Washington, February, 1809, signed " Mat- 
thew Lyon.") Tlie pamphlet was issued at the Freeman's Friend Office, 
Portland. 

Mr. Bayard's Speech on his motion to amend the resolution offered 

by Mr. Giles, by striking out that part which is in italics. De- 
livered in the Senate of the United States, Tuesday, February, 
14, 1809. n. t. p. 12mo. pp. 24. [3123 

This also contains Mr. Hillhouse's Speech, Feb. 14, 1809, pp. 18-24. The 
pamphlet was printed at the Gazette Office, Portland, by Arthur Shirley. 

Ely, S. 

The Deformity of a Hideous Monster, discovered in the Province 
of Maine, by a man in the woods, looking after liberty. Printed 
near Liberty Tree, for the good of the Commonwealth, n. p. 
(Boston.) n. d. 12mo. pp. 31. [3124 

Comprises a history of the Plymouth Patent, a criticism on certain legal 
cases, extracts from Indian deeds, &c. 

Emeeson, Andkeav Leonard. 1804-35. Lawyer, Portland. 

An Oration delivered at Portland, July 5, 1824, on the celebration 
of the 48th anniversary of American Independence, by Andrew 
L. Emerson, Esq. Portland: Printed by Adams and Paine. 1824. 
sm. 8vo. pp. 14. [312.'> 

Emerson, Charles Octavius. 1799-1863. Lawyer, York. 

Notice of. 1864. See Palmer, Joseph. 
Emerson, Ezekiel. 1736-1815. Clergyman, Georgetown. 1766-1810. 
A Sermon delivered at Newcastle, October 4th, 1797, at the ordi- 
nation of the Rev. Kiah Bayley. By Ezekiel Emerson, V. D. M. 
Pownalborough: Printed by Laughton & Rhodes. 179S. sm. 
8vo. pp. 24. [8126 

Emerson, George Barrell. 1797-1881. 

Biographical Sketch of, with portrait. 1889. .See Waterflton, R. C. 



404 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Emerson, Georgp: Delauce, M. D. h. 1864. Physician, South Berwick. 

Clironic Indolent Ulcers. Read before the Strafford Co. Medical 

Society, Dover, N. H., Dec. IS, 1889. Internat. Jour. Surg. 3:30. 

(1890.) [3127 

Emerson, John. 1792-1872. Lawyer, Montville, Oldtown. 

Sketch of. 1872. See Harvard College. 

Emerson, John Dolbeeb. b. 1828. Clergyman, Biddeford, 1868-76. 
The Second Church, Biddeford, Maine. Cong. Q. 11:241. (1869.) 

[3128 

Sermon preached at Biddeford, Dec. 25, 1870. " Memorial of the 

Pilgrims. 1820-70."' n. p. n. d. 12mo. pp. 12. [3129 

Sermon preached at the union service held in the Baptist church, 

Biddeford, Maine. Xov. 26, 1874. Published by request. 8vo. 
pp. 16. [3130 

Gospel to the Poor. Sermon by Rev. John D. Emerson, of Second 

church, Biddeford, before the Maine Missionary Society, at its 
sixty-eighth anniversary in Augusta, June 23, 1875. Maine Gen. 
Conf. Minutes. 1875. pps. 89-102. [3131 

Semi-centennial of York County Conference, Buxton, Maine, June 

4 and 5, 1872. Papers there read, and sketches of the Congre- 
gational churches in the county, with notes appended down to 
the present time, June, 1876. J. D. Emerson, and B. P. Snow, 
committee of publication. Portland: Hoyt, Fogg & Donham. 
1876. 8vo. pp. 119. [3132 

Three Worthies, 1859, 1868, 1880. n. p. n. d. Svo. pp. 15. Preached 

at the funeral of Mrs. Lewis Small, Biddeford, Aug. 7. 1868. 

[3133 

Ask, Seek, Knock. "Only God gives Himself for the Asking." 

A sermon preached at Biddeford, Me., Feb. 23, 1890. Published 
by the young men of Rev. O. H. Tracy's Bible class, n. p. sm. 
4to. pp. 14. [3134 

Emerson, Joseph. 1785-1871. Saco. 

Notice of. N. E. Reg. 26: 454. (1872.) [8135 

Emerson, Luther Orlando, h. Parsonsfield, 1820. r. Boston. 

Music and Musicians of Parsonsfield. 1885. See Dearborn, J. W. 

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. 1803-82. Concord, Mass. 

The Method of Nature. An oration delivered before the Society 
of Adelphi, in Waterville College in Maine, August 11th, 1841. 
Boston: S. G. Simpkins. 1841. 8vo. pp. 30. [3136 

Severelj' criticized in Mo. Mlscel. 5:346. (1841.) 
In writing to Carlyle on the 31st of July, 1841, Emerson says : 
" As usual at this season of the year, I, incorrigible spouting Yankee, am 
writing an oration to deliver to the boys in one of our little country colleges 
nine days hence. " Life of Emerson, by Oliver Wendell Holmes, p. 136. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 405 

" My oration was heard with cold, silent, unresponsive attention, in which 
there seemed to be a continued unuttered rebuke and protest. The services 
were closed with prayer, and the good man who prayed, prayed for the ora- 
tor, but also warned his hearers against heresies and wild notions, which 
appeared to me of that kind for which I was held responsible. The address 
was really written in the heart and happiness of what I thought a real in- 
spiration : but all the warmth was extinguished in that lake of iced water. " 
Substance of the author's statement to Jidwin P. Whipple, as contained in 
his " Recollections of Eminent Men, " p. 146. (18SC.) See also Cabot's Memoir, 
1 : 467. The same story is told of an address delivered at Middlebury, Ver 
mont, four years later. Possibly, in his account to Mr. Whipple, Emerson 
confounded them together. Tlie minister's prayer was that they might be 
delivered from ever again hearing such transcendental nonsense from the 
sacred desk. Emerson, the story goes, asked the name of the clergyman, 
and said, "He seems a very conscientious, plain-spoken man. " 

Emekson, Reuben. 1771-1860. Clergyman, South Reading, Mass. 
A Sermon, on the qualification of a spiritual shepherd, delivered 
June, 1825, at the installation of Rev. Noah Emerson, to the 
pastoral care of the Congregational church and society, li^aldwin. 
Me. By Reuben Emerson, A. M., pastor of the Congregational 
church, Reading, Mass.' Published by request. 1827. Syp. pp. 
16. [3137 

Emekson, Samuel. 1765-1851. Physician, Kennebunk, 1790-1851. 

An Oration delivered at Kennebunk, on the Fourth of July, 1798; 
the anniversary of American Independence. By Dr. Samuel 
Emerson. (Engraving of eagle.) Printed by E. A. Jenks, Port- 
land. 1800. 8vo. pp. 203. [3138 

An Oration on music. Pronounced at Portland, May 28th, 1800. 

By Samuel Emerson, A. M. (Published by special request.) 
From the Press of E. A. Jenks, Portland. 1800. 8vo. pp. 20. 

[3139 

An Oration on medicine, delivered at Berwick, the first Wednesday 

in June, before the Medical Society of the county of York. By 
Samuel Emerson, of Wells. Publi-shed by the unanimous request, 
and at the expense of the association. Portland: From the 
Press of E. A. Jenks. 1801. 8vo. pp. 24. [3140 

An Oration on the Independence of America, pronounced at Ken- 
nebunk, July 4, 1803, by Samuel Emerson, A. M. Printed by S. 
Sewall, Kennebunk, (Maine), 1803. 8vo pp. 13. [3141 
On p. 11 Is a hymn by Jacob Fisher, Esq., and on pp. 11', 13, an ode by 
S. Sewall. 

An Oration pronounced before Saco Lodge at the celebration of 

tlie anniversary of St. John the Baptist. By Brother Samuel 
Emerson, A. M. Saco (Maine). William Weeks, Printer. 1806. 
pp. 14. [3142 

An Oration pronounced at Washington hall, in Kennebunk, Maine, 

on the Fourth of July, 1811. By Dr. Samuel Emerson. Kenne- 
bunk, Maine, Printed by J. K. Remick. 1811. 8vo. pp. 12. [3143 



406 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

EmeESOn, Samuel, Continued. 

^^Account of the " Pepperell fever. " (1837.) See Holmes, Oliver 

Wendell; also Green, Samuel A. 

EuitBY, Anthony. Kittery. 

Descendants. 1889. See Emery, Rufus. 

Embby, Daniel C. Gorham. 

History of Harmony Lodge, Gorham, to which is added some 
notice of the Morgan excitement, by Daniel C. Emery. Pub- 
lished by request of the lodge. Portland: Stephen Berry, 
Printer. 1870. 13nio. pp. 48. [3144 

EM>:By, Edwin. 1836-95. Instructor, New Bedford, Mass. 

Roll of Capt. Bragdon's company. (York County.) 1775. Me. Biog. 

1:121. (1876.) [3145 

Tho- Farm of Col. Samuel Waldo, (Jr.) Me. Rec. 2:249. (1885.) 

[3146 
Marriages solemnized in Sanford, Me., by Rev. Moaes Sweat. Me. 

Rec. 2: 56, 108. (1885.) [3147 

Sanford and the Embargo. Me. Rec. 3:41. (1886) [3148 

Historical Scraps. Transcribed from the original. Me. Rec. 3: 75. 

(1886.) [3149 

Emkby, George Alexander. 1821-94. b. York, r. Portsmouth, N. H. 
Second Edition. Corrected, enlarged, illustrated, revised. Ancient 
city of Gorgeana, and modern town of York (Maine), from its 
earliest settlement to the present time. Also its beaches and 
summer resorts. Written, compiled and typographically com- 
posed by Geo. Alex. Emery. Boston: 1874. 16mo. pp. 256. [3150 
He composed and printed this work without manuscript, depending on his 
memory and a few notes. 

Emery, George Freeman, LL. D. 6.1817. Lawyer, Portland. 

Reports of cases determined iu the District Court of the United 
States for the District of Maine, with some opinions of the district 
judge in cases determined in the Circuit Court. By Ware, Ashur, 
district judge. Vol.3. By George F. Emery. Portland: Loring, 
Short & Harmon. 1874. 8vo. pp. xiii, 392. [3151 

Appendix: Retirement of Judge Ware, 18GG. Address by Hon. George F. 
Talbot. Response by .ludge Ware. Proceedings of the Cumberland baron 
the occasion of the death of Judge Ashur Ware, which occurred Sept. 10th, 
A. D. 1873. Remarks by George F. Talbot, M. M. Butler, Nathan Webb, John 
Mussey, and response by Judge Fox. 

Poem; "Our Famous Men," at centennial celebration, Paris, 1879. 

iSee Lapham, W. B. 
The Voice of Maine as Heard in the Genesis of Our Nationality. 

Read before the Maine Historical Society, January 8, 1885. Me. 

Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d ser. 2: 51, [3152 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 407 

Compiler. Thornton Academy Rejuvenated, September 6, 1889. 

Proceedings at the rededication, embracing notices of the Press, 
the addresses delivered on the occasion, prospectus, etc. Com- 
piled by Geo. F. Emery. 8vo. pp. [3153 

Cyrus Woodman. A memoir read before the Maine Historical 

Society, November 21, 1889. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d ser. 1:113. 
(1890.) [3154 

John Appleton (of Portland). Read before the Maine Historical 

Society, December 18, 1890. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2d. ser. 2: 337. 

[3155 

Pioneers of the Oxford Bar. Ms. 8vo. pp. 94. [3156 

In library of the Maine Historical Society. It comprises brief sketches of 
all the lawyers of Oxford County from its first settlement. 

Emery, James. 1795-1844. Clergyman, Waterborough. 

The Gospel Hymn Book: a nevr collection of hymns and spiritual 
songs: for the use of the pious. By Elder James Emery. "Sing 
unto the Lord. " David. 1829. [3157 

Emeby, Johx Simpson. 1816-95. Sullivan, Boston. 

Capt. Daniel Sullivan, of Sullivan. From the Ellsworth Ameri- 
can. Bang. H. M. 3:36. (1887.) [3158 

Genealogy of the Ingalls family, of Sullivan, Maine. Bang. H. M. 

4: 149. (1889.) [3159 

Pay-rolls of men under command of Capt. Daniel Sullivan, of 

Sullivan, in the Revolutionary war. 1777-80. Bang. H. M. 6: 66. 
(1890.) [3160 

Emeky, LuciLirs Alonzo. b. 1840. Lawyer and justice Supreme 
Judicial Court, Ellsworth. 
Essay. The Newspaper before the Law. 1875. See Maine Press 
Association. 

Emery, Moses. 1794-1881. Lawyer, Wiscasset, Saco. 

An Oration delivered at Wiscasset, July fourth, 1823. Wiscasset: 
Printed by John Dorr. 1823. 8vo. pp. 15. [3161 

Oration delivered in Saco, Maine, July 4, 1839, by Moses Emery, 

Esq. Published by request. Saco Printed by S. and C. Web- 
ster. 1839. 8vo. pp. 19. [3162 

Emery, Nicholas. Portland. 1776-1861. Lawyer and justice Su- 
preme Judicial Court. 
Notice of. 1861. See Willis, William. 

Emery, Noah. 1699-1762. Lawyer, Kittery, Portland. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1863. -See Willis, William. 

Emery, Noah. 1825-86. Bangor. 

Sketch of. Bang. H. M. 5:113. (1889.) [3163 



408 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Emery, Rufus, and others. 

Emery. Four generations of the descendants of John Emery, of 
Newburg, Mass., and Anthony Emery of Kittery, Maine. Pre- 
pared by the genealogical committee. Salem, Mass.: Emery 
Cleaves. (18S9.) 8vo. pp. 22. [3164 

Emery, Stephen. 1790-18G3. Lawyer, and judge District Court, 

Paris. 

Report delivered before Oxford County Lyceum: by Stephen Emery, 

one of the committee. Published by order of the Lyceum. Paris, 

Maine: Horatio King, Printer. 1832. 8vo. pp. 7. [3165 

An Address delivered in the court house at Paris, .January 28, 1834, 

before the Union Temperance Society of Oxford County. By 
Stephen Emery. Published at the request of and by the Union 
Temperance Society of Oxford County. Portland : Arthur Shir- 
ley, Printer. 1834. 12mo. pp. .36. [3166 

Emmons, Henry Vaughan. b. 1832. Clergyman, Hallowell, Oxford, 
Brownfield. 
Address, dedication public library. 1880. See Hallowell. 

Emmons, Nathaniel, D. D. 174.5-1840. Clergyman, Franklin, Mass. 
A Candid Reply to the Rev. Doctor Hemmenway's remarks on a 
dissertation on the Scriptural qualification for admission and ac- 
cess to the Christian sacraments. By Nathaniel Emmons, A. M., 
pastor of the church in Franklin. Printed at Worcester, (Mass.). 
n. d. (1796?) [3167 

Reviewed in the Tlieological Magazine, 1797. p. 69. 

Emmons, Williams. 1784-1854. Lawyer, Hallowell. 

An Oration, commemorative of American Independence. Pro- 
nounced at Hallowell, July fourth, 1809. By Williams Emmons, 
A. M. Augusta: Printed and sold by Peter Edes, also, sold by E. 
Goodale, at the Hallowell Bookstore. 1809. 8vo. pp. 3, 20. [3168 

England. 

Church of, and early American discovery. (1862). See Stevens, 
W. P. 

Englebrecht, John. 

Life of. Hallowell. 1819. [3169 

English, Thomas Dunn, LL. D. b. 1819. Author, Xew Jersey. 

Prohibition in Maine. A scathing exposure of the result of thirty 
years' effort, n. t. p. (Newark, N. J.) 1882. 12mo. pp. 12. [3170 

English Actors in the French REvoLrTioN. 

Edinburgh Rev. 166:44.5. (1887.) [3171 

A portion of this paper relates to Benjamin Vaughan. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 409 

Enos, Gen. Kogek. 1729-1808. Revolutionary officer, Colchester, Vt. 
A Lost Chapter of Arnold's Quebec Expedition. (1885.) See Hay- 
den, Horace E. 

Enterprise and Boxer. Engagement between, on the coast of Maine, 
1813. See Dawson, Henry B.; Jordan, Fritz H.; Naval Temple; 
Lossing, Benson J.; Winsor, Justin. 

(The) Envoy, from Free Hearts to the Free. 

"Behold I will send my messenger and he shall prepare the way before 
me. " 

" He hath sent me to bind up the broken-hearted, to proclaim liberty to the 
captives and the opening of the prison doors to them that are bound. " 

Holy Writ. 

Pawtucket, R. I.: Published by the Juvenile Eman. Society. 1840. 

16mo. pp. 112. [3172 

"The Instinct of Childhood," by John Neal, is contained on pages 42-53. 

Episcopal. 

[The Journals of 1820 (with some omissions), 1833-34, and 1840 were pub- 
lished in those years respectively, and brief extracts of the Journals for the 
remaining years in 1828 and 1840. From 1841, the Journals have been regu- 
larly published each year.] 

Proceedings of the convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 
in the state of Maine. Holden at Brunswick, May 3, A. D. 1820. 
12mo. pp. 12. [3173 

Abstract of the Journals of the conventions of the Protestant Epis- 
copal church in the state of Maine, from its organization in the 
year 1820, to the end of the year 1829. Portland : Day & Fraser, 
Printers. 1830. 12mo. pp. 16. [3174 

Journal of the proceedings of the fourteenth annual convention of 

the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the state of Maine, held in 
Saint Paul's church, Portland, June 12 & 13, 1833. Printed by 
order of the convention. Portland : Printed by J. & W. E. Ed- 
wards. 1833. Svo. pp. 16. [3175 

Journals of the annual and special conventions of the Protestant 

Episcopal Church in the diocese of Maine for the first twenty-one 
years. 1820-40. Portland: Printed for the convention. MDCCC- 
LXXVI. Svo. pp. 92. [3176 

.Journal of twenty-second convention, at Saoo, 1841. 8vo. pp. 12. 

Journal of twenty-third convention. Augusta, 1842. 8vo. pp. 14. 

Journal of twenty-fourth convention. Gardiner, 1843. Svo. pp. 24. 

Journal of twenty-fifth convention. Gardiner, 1844. Svo. pp. 24. 

Journal of twenty-seventh convention. Brunswick, 1846. 12mo. 

pp. 24. 

Journal of the special convention. Portland, 1847. Svo. pp. 7, (1). 



410 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Episcopal, Continued. 

Journal of the twenty-eighth convention. Augusta, 1847. 8vo. 

pp. 24. 
Journal of the twenty-ninth convention. Gardiner, 1848. 8vo. 

pp. 39. 

Journal of thirtieth convention. Bangor, 1849. 8vo. pp. 39. 

Journal of thirty-first convention. Portland, 18.50. 8vo. pp. 40. 

Journal of thirty-third covention. Augusta, 18.51. 8vo. pp. 42, (1) 

Journal of thirty-third convention, Augusta, 1852. 8vo. pp.42, (1) 

Journal of thirty-fourth convention. Portland, 1853. 8vo. pp 

44, (1). 

Journal of thirty-fifth convention. Bangor, 1854. 8vo. pp. 42, (2) 

Journal of thirty-sixth convention. Portland. 18.55. 8vo pp. 40, (2) 

Journal of thirty-seventh convention. Augusta, 18.56. 8vo.pp56. 

Journal of thirty-eighth convention. Portland, 1857. 8vo. pp. 48 

Journal of thirty-ninth convention. Gardiner, 1858. 8vo. pp. 53, (1) 

Journal of fortieth convention. Bath, 1859. 8vo. pp. 48. 

.Journal of forty-first convention. Portland. 1860. 8vo. pp. 48. 

Journal of forty-second convention. Bangor, 1861. 

Journal of forty-third convention. Gardiner, 1862. 8vo. pp. 47, (1). 

Journal of forty-fourth convention. Portland, 1863. 8vo. pp. 56. 

Journal of forty-fifth convention. Augusta, 1864. 8vo. pp. 49. 

Journal of forty-sixth convention. Portland, 1865. 8vo. pp. 47. 

Journal of forty-seventh convention. Bath. 1865. 8vo. pp. 47. 

Journal of sj^ecial convention. Gardiner, 1805. 8vo. pp. 76. 

Journal of forty-ninth convention. 1868. 8vo. pp. 99, (1). 

Journal of fiftieth convention. 1869. 8vo. pp. 77. 

Journal of fifty-first convention. 1870. 8vo. pp. 50. 

Journal of fifty-second convention. 1871. 8vo. pp. 64. 

Journal of fifty-third convention. 1872. 8vo. pp. 61. 

Journal of fifty-fourth convention. 1873. 8vo. pp. 71. 

Journal of fifty-fifth convention. 1374. 8vo. pp. 64. 

Journal of fifty-sixth convention. 1875. 8vo. pp. 74. 

Journal of fifty-seventh convention. 1876. 8vo. pp. 62, (2). 

Journal of fifty-eighth convention. 1877. 8vo. pp. 68. 

Journal of fifty-ninth convention. 1878. 8vo. pp. 66. 

Journal of sixtieth convention. 1879. 8vo. pp. 80. 

Journal of sixty-first convention. 1880. 8vo. pp. 72. 

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[3181 
EsTES, Hiram Cushman, D. D. b. 1823. Clergyman, Auburn, Trenton, 
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Our conversation is in heaven. 

Paul. 
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[3182 

Humility: a circular letter. By Rev. Hiram C. Estes. Ellsworth: 

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412 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

EsTES, W. R. G. Skowhegan. 

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Etbchemins, Indians. 

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Evans, David, 1821-7-5. Physician, Dexter. 

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[3188 

Laura, an American girl. By Elizabeth E. Evans. Philadelphia: 

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Evans, George, LL. D. 1797-67. Lawyer and statesman, Gardiner, 
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Speech of George Evans, of Maine, in support of the protective 

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Speech of the Hon. George Evans, of Maine, delivered in the 

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Speech of Mr. Evans, of Maine, in relation to the failure of the 

bill making appropriations for fortifications at the last session 
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Speech of Mr. Evans, of Maine, on the bill making appropriations 

for the naval service, delivered in the House of Representatives, 



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March 15, 1836. Washington:' Printed by Gales & Seaton. 1836. 
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Speech upon the subject of the northeastern boundary, delivered 

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Speech of Mr. Evans, of Maine, on the bill to authorize an issue of 

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Speech of Mr. Evans, of Maine, upon the i-esolutions of Mr. Clay, 

relating to the revenues and expenses of the government, and 
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Tariff of 1842 Vindicated. Speech of George Evans, of Maine, in 

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Discussion on the Tariff. Reply to McDuffie' s second speech, on 

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Speech of George Evans, of Maine, on the Oregon question. De- 
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[3201 
Summary of his life and public services. The name of the author is not 
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Letter from, at New Hampshire Festival. 1849. See Nev? Hamp- 
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Letter concerning. 1870. See Weston, Nathan. 

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Evans, Richakd. 1811-92. Lawyer, Washington, D. C. 

Love and Patriotism, a poem, pronounced at Bowdoin College, on 
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414 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

ELETH, JoHX. 1670-1734. Clergyman (Arundel), Kennebunkport, 

1719-29. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1885. See Sibley, John L. 

Everett, Alexander Hill, LL. D. 1792-1847. Boston. 

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Upham's Manual of Peace. X. A. Rev. 44:26. (1837.) [3205 

Everett, Charles Carroll, D. D., LL. D. b. Brunswick, 1829. r. 
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Classical and Romantic Schools of Art. Xo. Am. Rev. SI: 379 
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Ruskin's Last Volume. No. Am. Rev. 84: 379. (1857.) [3207 

Review of " Modern Painters." 

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[3208 
The book reviewed is '' Biographical History of Philosophy," etc., by Geo. 
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Future of Man and Brute. Chr. Ex. 67: 157. (1859.) [3209 

Paul's Argument for the Abolition of the Law. Chr. Ex. 69: 157. 

(1860.) [3210 

Tennyson. No. Am. Rev. 90: 1. 1800. [3211 

Review of " Poetical Works, " and " Idyls of the King." 

Spencer's reconciliation of Science and Religion. Chr. Ex. 72: 

337. (1862.) [3212 

Review of Herbert Spencer's '-First Principles." 

A Sermon on sin. Un. Mo. Jour. 5 : 337. (1864.) [3213 

A Sermon in commemoration of the death of Abraham Lincoln, 

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[3214 

Eulogy on Abraham Lincoln, late president of the United States. 

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Secret of Hegel. Chr. Ex. 80: 196. (1865.) [3216 

Review of a work entitled "Secrets of Hegel," etc. By James H. Stirling. 

A Sermon preached December 17, 1865, the Sunday preceding the 

anniversary of the landing of the Pilgrims. By Charles Carroll 
Everett, pastor of the Independent Congregational church of 



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(Tract 1.) 

The Faith of Science and the Science of Faith. Chr. Ex. S.'):6. 

(1868.) P219 

Address at forty-third anniversary of the American Unitarian As- 
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The Science of Thought: A system of logic. William V. Spencer. 

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The same. Revised edition. Boston: De Wolfe, Fisk & Co. 

1890. 16mo. pp. xii, 430, 2. [3222 

Leonard Woods. A discourse by Prof. Charles Carroll Everett, 

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The same. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 8: 481. (1881.) 

Oration. 150th anniversary of Brunsvrick. 1889. See Brunsvfick. 

EvEKETT, Ebexezer. 1788-1869. Lawyer, Brunswick, 1817-1869. 
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Everett, Edward, LL. D. 1794-1865. Boston. 

Letter to Union Meeting. Bangor. 1860. See Bangor. 

Everett, JoHJf. 1801-1826. Lawyer, Boston. 

Notice of the ode for the celebration of the battle of Bunker Hill, 
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Exercises in Mensuration taken chiefly from Gregory's Mechanics 
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Evidence, Rules of. See Appleton, John. 

Exeter. Incorporated 1811. 

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Refers to shell heaps of Damariscotta. 



416 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

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Fact and Fiction: disappointed love: a story drawn from incidents 
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A broadside ballad concerning this affair, entitled " The Double Suicide," 
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(The) Fact Divine. 1855. -See Broeckaert, Joseph. 

(The) Factory Gikl, from the time she left her father's house at the 
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Fairbanks, Henry Nathaniel, h. Wayne, 1838. r. Bangor. 
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MiLTOK. 

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Speech of Mr. Fairfield of Maiue, ou the north eastern boundary 

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Sketch of. 1887. See Hamilton, Harry F. 

Faibfield, Jotham. 17-1822. Lawyer, Norridgewock. 

An Oration pronounced at Waterville, July 5, 1813. By Jotham 
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Nulla magna liespuhlica diu quiescere potest: si foris hostem non habet, domi, 
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Lays of Melpomene. 

" Til senti, ballaletta, che la morte 
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GUIDO Catalcanti. 

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The Sisters of Saint Clara. A tale of Portugal. Portland: Todd & 

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Fales, Reuben. 1788-1864. Clergyman, Thomaston. 

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Falmouth. Incorporated 1718. 

Sermon, ordination Caleb Bradley. 1799. See Cummings, Henry. 

Oration, 4th July, 1805. See Young, Joab. 

Oration, 4tli July, 1810. See Slemons, Thomas. 

Sermon, 1865. See Adams, John C. 

Directory. 1882. See Hull, John T. 

Xorth Yarmouth and Falmouth Library. 1882. See Buxton, P. M. 

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Inscriptions on gravestones. 1888. See Cobb, Isaac. 

28 



418 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Falmouth, Continued. 

Catalogue of the Sabbath-school library of the Second Congrega- 
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Fareavell, A., AXD Ure, G. p. Canada. 

The Maine Law Illustrated: being the i-esult of an investigation 
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Pages 47-77 give an account of the practical effects of the law in Portland, 
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Farley, Charles Andrews. 1806-87. Clergyman, Eastport. 

Views of the Lord's Supper. A sermon preached Sunday morn- 
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Farley, C. H. Portland. 

Description of the Nautrigon, with directions for its use; an in- 
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Farlei', William Jewett. 1803-39. Lawyer, Thomaston. 
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Farm Talk. 1868. .See Brackett, George E. 

Farmer Houston and the Speculator. 1839. See Allen, Hannah B. 

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Contains notice of Rev. Alfred Johnson of Belfast. 
Loveweirs fight. 1842. See Xew Hampshire Book. 



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Farmer, Samuel. 

Guide to the Rangeley Lakes. One of the best summer resorts in 
New England! — Finest scenery: mountains, lakes, ponds, rivers, 
streams, brooks, and unbroken forests, teeming with salmon, 
trout and game in abundance. Superior roads, covered coaches 
and wagons, safe from showers and storms the entire distance 
from the railroad station to the heart of the wilderness. The 
oldest, cheapest, quickest and most reliable route to the Range- 
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(The) Farmer's Almanac, for the year of our Lord, 1821. Being 
the first after bissextile or leap year. And the forty-fifth of the 
Independence of the United States of America. Calculated for 
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" From old Eternity's mysterious orb, 
Was Time cut off and cast beneath the skies; 
The skies, which watched him, in his new abode, 
^Measuring his motions by revolving spheres. " 

Portland: Printed and published at the Gazette and Argus Of- 
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Joseph Johnson's, Isaac Adams' & W. Hyde's bookstores, and 
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(The) Farmers' Club Almanac for 1889. As compiled for the edifi- 
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Farmington. Incorporated 1794. 

Sermon, Thanksgiving. 1819. See Adams, Thomas. 

Sermon, missionary. 1822. See Allen, William. 

Sermon, Thanksgiving. 1822. See Drew, William A. 

Poem on temperance. 1833, See Perham, Lemuel. 

History. 1846. See Parker, Thomas. 

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Address. 4th July, 1862. See Abbott, Austin. 



420 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Farmixgton, Continued. 

Sei-mon, funeral Isaac Rogers. 1871. See Harden, Geo. N. 

Western Normal School at, established 1878. -See Maine: Public 

Documents. 

Manual of the First Congregational church in Farmington, Maine. 

Containing a brief sketch of its history; a list of those formerly 
connected with it; the creed, covenant, and rules, and a list of 
its officei'S. Farmington: Press of Knowlton, McLeary & Co. 
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History, 1885. See Butler, Francis G. 

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Catalogue of books in the library of First Congregational Bible 

service, Farmington, Maine. Farmington: Press of Knowlton, 
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Leading Business Men of, with historical sketch. 1889. See 

Leading Business Men. 

History of normal school at. 1889. See Purington, Geo. C. 

Inscriptions from gravestones in old burying ground. Bang. H. 

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Faenham, Ralph. 1756-1861. Acton. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1860. See Clarence, G. W, 

Notice of. N.E.Reg. 15:183. (1861.) [3260 

He was the last survivor of the battle of Bunker Hill. A few months 
before his death he visited Boston and had an interview with the Prince of 
Wales. 

Fakxsworth Family. (Relating to Machias.) 1890. See Green, Sam- 
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Farnswokth, Joxas. Machias, Me. 

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Manuscript. In Boston Public Library. 

Farr, Joxathax. 1845. Clergyman. 

A Pastoral Letter to the members of the First Congregational 
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Farrar, Charles A. J. d. 1893. Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Farrar's Illustrated Guide-Book to Rangeley, Richardson, Kenne- 
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Andover, Me., and vicinity. With a new and correct map of the 
lake region, drawn and printed expressly for this book. Also, 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 421 

contains the game and fish laws of Maine and New Hampshire, 
railroad, steamboat, and stage routes, time tables, table of fares, 
list of hotels, board, and other valuable information for the 
sportsman, tourist, or pleasure seeker. By Charles A. J. Farrar, 
author of "A Summer Ramble," "A Trip to Rangeley," &c. 1876. 
Farrar & Johnson, 383 Washington St., Washington Building, 
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-The same. 1877. Lee & Shepard, Boston. Charles T. Dillingham, 
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-The same. 1878. 16mo. pp. 200. 

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16mo. pp. 174. [3265 

-1879. Guide Book to Moosehead Lake and Vicinity. The wilds of 
Northern Maine, and head waters of the Kennebec, Penobscot 
and St. John rivers, with a new and correct map of the lake 
region. Also game and fish laws of the state, time tables, rail- 
roads, steamboats, and stage routes. List of liotels, price of 
board, etc., etc. Illustrated. Boston: Lee & Shepard. New 
York: Chas. T. Dillingham. 1879. 12mo. pp. 201. [3266 

-The same. Boston. 1880. 12mo. pp. 216. 

-The same. Boston. 1881. 12mo. pp. 216. 

-The same. Boston. 1883. 12mo. pp. 216. 

-The same. Boston. 1885. 12mo. pp. 224. 

-Fan-ar's Illustrated Guide-book to Rangeley, Richardson, Kenne- 
bago, Umbagog, and Parmachenee Lakes, the head -waters of the 
Connecticut, Dixville Notch and Andover, Me., and vicinity. 
With a new and correct map of the lake region, drawn and printed " 
exi>ressly for this book. Also contains the game and fish laws 
of Maine and New Hampshire, as revised by the last legislatures. 
Railroad, steamboat and stages routes, time table, table of fares, 
list of hotels, prices of board and other valuable information for 
the sportsman, tourist or pleasure seeker. By Charles A. J. 
Farrar, author of "Moosehead Lake and Vicinity, illustrated;" 
" Camp Life in the Wilderness," etc. Boston: Lee & Shepard. 
New York: Charles T. Dillingham. 1879. 12mo. pp. 210. [3267 

-The same. 1880. 12mo. pp. 265. 

-The same. 1881. pp.300. 

-The same. 1882. pp. 300. 

-Camp Life in the Wilderness. A tale of the Richardson Lakes with 
twelve illustrations in wood, engraved by Johnson. By Charles 
A. J. Farrar, author of "Richardson and Rangeley Lakes, illus- 
trated, " " Moosehead Lake and Vicinity, illustrated, " etc., etc. 
Boston: A. Williams & Co., 283 Washington Street. 1879. 12mo. 
pp. 224. [3268 



422 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Fakijar, Chables a. J., Continued. 

The same. Second edition. Boston. 1882. 12mo. pp. 224. 

The Androscoggin Lakes. Illustrated. Containing a brief de- 
scription of the celebrated summer and sporting resort known 
as the Rangeley lakes, with a short account of Dixville Notch, N. 
H. Also information in regard to the hunting, fishing, routes to 
and from the lakes, fares, hotels, rates of board, excursion tickets, 
scenery, etc., etc. Published for free distribution by the Andros- 
coggin Lakes Transportation Co. Boston, Mass.: Rockwell & 
Churchill, Printers. 1886. 16mo. pp. 134. [3269 

The same. 1884. Published for free distribution by the Richard- 
son Rangeley Lakes Transportation Co. Boston, Mass.: Rand, 
Avery Supply Company. 

The same. 1887, 1888, 1890. pp. 92. 

Lake and Forest Series. Down the West Branch, or camps and 

tramps around Katahdin, being an account of a trip through one 
of the wildest regions of Maine, by sevei'al members of the " Lake 
and Forest Club," in search of sport and recreation. By Capt. 
Charles A. J. Farrar, author of " Moosehead Lake and the North 
Maine Wilderness, illustrated," "The Androscoggin Lakes, 
illustrated," " Eastward Ho!" •' Up the North Branch," "Camp 
Life in the Wilderness," etc. Illustrated. Boston: Lee & 
Shepard, Publishers. New York: Charles T. Dillingham, 1886, 
16mo. pp. 311. [3270 

The same. 1889. 

— —"Eastward Ho! or Adventures at Rangeley Lakes, " containing tlie 
amusing experiences and startling incidents connected with the 
trip of a party of Boston boys to the wilds of Maine. A story 
founded on fact. By Capt. Charles A. J. Farrar, author of " Camp 
Life in the Wilderness," "Moosehead Lake and the North Maine 
Wiklerness," "Richardson and Rangeley Lakes, illustrated," etc., 
etc. Boston: Lee & Shepard, Publishers. New York: Charles 
T. Dillinghum, 1880. 16mo. pp. 3G4. (Illus.) [3271 

The same. Second edition. 16mo. 

The same. 1887. 

The same. 1889. 

Farrar's Illustrated Guide-Book to tlie Androscoggin Lakes, and 

the head-waters of the Connecticut, Magalloway, and Andros- 
coggin Rivers, Dixville Notch, Grafton Notch, and Andover, 
Maine, and vicinity. With a new and correct map of the lake 
region, drawn and printed expressly for this book. Also, con- 
tains a valuable treatise on "Camping Out," and the game and 
fish laws of Maine and New Hami)shire (as revised by the last 
legislature), railroad, steamboat, and stage route time tables. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 423 

table of fares, list of hotels, prices of board and other valuable 
information for the sportsman, tourist, or pleasure seeker. By 
Capt. Charles A. J. Farrar, author of " Moosehead Lake and the 
Northern Maine Wilderness, illustrated." "Eastward Ho! 
or Adventures at Rangeley Lakes," " Camp Life in the Wilder- 
ness," etc. Boston: Lee & Shepard, New York: Charles T. 
Dillingham. 1883. 16mo. pp. 320. [3272 

-The same. 1884. pp. 360. 

-The same. 1885. pp. 360. 

-The same. 1886. pp. 360. 

-The same. 1887. pp. 324. 

-The same. 1888. pp. 346. 

-The same. Boston: Lee & Shepard. Jamaica Plain, Mass., Jamaica 
Publishing Co. 1890. pp. 360. 16mo. 

-Wild Woods Life; or a trip to Parmachenee. A realistic story of 
life in the woods. By Capt. Charles A. J. Farrar, author of 
"Eastward Ho!" etc. Boston: Lee & Shepard, 1884. 16mo. 
pp. 407. (Illus.) [3273 

-The same. Boston: Lee & Shepard. 1889. 16mo. pp. 407- (Illus.) 

-Farrar' s Illustrated Guide Book to Moosehead Lake and Vicinity, 
the wilds of northern Maine, and the head-waters of the Kenne- 
bec, Penobscot and St. John rivers. With a new and correct map 
of the lake region, drawn and printed expressly for this book. 
Also, contains the game and fish laws of Maine (as revised by the 
last legislature), steamboat and stage routes, time tables, table 
of fares, list of hotels, prices of board, and other valuable 
information for the sportsman, tourist or pleasure seeker. By 
Capt. Charles A. J. Farrar, author of "Richardson and Rangeley 
Lakes, illustrated." "Camp Life in the Wilderness," etc., etc. 
Boston: Lee & Shepard. New York: The American News 
Company. 1884. 12mo. pp. 222. [3274 

-From Lake to Lake. A Trip across the Country. A Narrative of 
the Wilds of Maine. With thirty illustrations drawn by Beder, 
Garrett, Reed and Myrick. By Capt. Chas. A. J. Farrar, author 
of " Lake and Forest Series, " " Camp Life in the Wilderness, " 
" The Androscoggin Lakes, illustrated, " " Moosehead Lake and 
the North Maine Wilderness, illustrated, " etc., etc. Jamaica 
Plain, Mass.: Jamaica Publishing Co. 1887. 16mo. pp. 224. [3275 

-Second edition. 1889. 

-Third edition. 1890. 

-Lake and Forest Series. Up the North Branch, or a summer's 
outing, being the record of a camping-out trip up the north 
branch of the Penobscot and down the St. John River through 
the wilds of Maine and New Brunswick, by members of the "Lake 
and Forest Club." By Capt. Chas. A. J. Farrar, author of "East- 



424 BIBLIOGIJArHY OF MAINE. 

Farrak, Charles A. J., Continued. 

ward Hoi" "Wild Woods Life," "Down the West Branch," 
"Mooseliead Lake and the North Maine Wilderness,'' "The An- 
droscoggin Lakes," etc., etc. Illustrated. Boston: 1888. Lee & 
Shepard, Publishers, 10 Milk St. Next " The Old South Meet- 
ing House." New York: Charles T. Dillingham, 718 and 720 
Broadway. 16mo. pp. 332. [327G 

The same. 1889. 

Lake and Forest Series. Wild Woods Life: or a trip to Parmache- 

nee, containing the adventui-es of the party of Boston boys who 
figure in "Eastward Ho!" and who in this volume penetrate 
farther into the wilderness, and meet with a great variety of 
thrilling adventures and amusing experiences. A realistic story 
of life in the woods. (Fully illustrated.) By Capt. Chas. A. J. 
Farrar, author of "Eastward Ho!" "Moosehead Lake and the 
Northern Maine Wilderness, illustrated," "The Androscoggin 
Lakes, illustrated," "Camp Life in the Wilderness," etc., etc. 
Boston: Lee and Shepard, Publishers. New York: Charles T. 
Dillingham. 1890. lihnv. pp. 407. [3277 

Camp Life in the Wilderness. A tale of tlie Richardson Lakes with 

thirty illustrations drawn by Reed and Poole. By Capt. Chas. 
A. J. Farrar, author of "Androscoggin Lakes, illustrated," 
" Moosehead Lake and the Northern Maine Wilderness, illustra- 
ted, " "From Lake to Lake, " " The Lake and Forest Series, " 
etc., etc. Boston: Lee & Shepard, Publishers. Jamaica Plain, 
Mass.: Jamaica Publishing Co. 1890. 16mo. pp. 224. [3278 

Farrington, Enoch Chandler, b. 1834. Augusta. 

Descendants of John Farrington and sketch of Capt. Vere Royce. 
Arranged by E. C. Farrington. December, 1889. The Pequaket 
Press, Fi-yeburg, Maine. 8vo. pp. 21. [3279 

Farrington Family. Norridgewock. 

Account of. 1890. See Green, Samuel A. 

F.iRRiNGTON, John. 1756-1841. Revolutionary soldier, Holden. 
Sermon on. 1841 . See Munsell, J. R. 

His Ancestors and descendants. 1880. See Farrington Memorial. 

Sketch of, and family. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

Farrington, John. 

Descendants of. 1889. See Farrington, E. C. 

Farrington, Miss Margaret Vere. Portland. 

Tales of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. By 
Margaret Vere Farrington. With illustrations by Alfred Fred- 
ericks and others. New York and London. G. P. Putnam's 
Sons. The Knickerbocker Press. 1888. 8vo. pp. 276. [3280 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 425 

Fra Lippo Lippi. A romance. By Margaret Vere Farrington. 

Author of " Tales of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round 
Table. " With fourteen photogravure illustrations. G. P. Put- 
nam's Sons, jSTew York, 27 West Twenty-third Street. London, 
27 King William Street, Strand. The Knickerbocker Press. 1890. 
8vo. pp. (10), 225. [328 

Faerington Memorial. A sketch of the ancestors and descendants 
of Dea. John Farrington, native of Wrentham, Mass., who in 
1786 removed to China Plantation, or No. 9, District of Maine : 
and settled seven miles east of the Penobscot River. Incorpora- 
ted as Orrington in 1788. Set off and incorporated as Brewer, in 
1812. Set oft" and incorporated as Holden, in 1852. To which is 
appended the genealogy of his wife, Cynthia Hawes. 1880. Pub- 
lished by the committee, n. p. 8vo. pp. 23, (1). [3282 

Farrow Family of Massachusetts and Maine. See Porter, J. W. 

Farrow, W. Milton. Newport, R. I. 

How I Became a Crack Shot, with hints to beginners. By W. Mil- 
ton Farrow, winner of the Albert prize, £100. The Wimbledom 
cup, value £100. England. Sevres vase, by President Grevy, 
Bronze statue " Victory, " by M. le Compte Vendeuvre. France. 
The Champions' match, '78. The Wimbledom cup match, '80. 
The Military Champion's match, '82. Creedmore. Newport: 
Davis & Pitman, Printers. 1882. 16mo. pp. 204, (2). (Port, 
illus.) [3283 

The author is a native of Belfast, where his early life was passed. 

Farwell, Henry. 1772-1865. Unity. 
Sketch of. 1889. See Porter, J. W. 

Fassett, O. R. 

Bible Holiness. Yarmouth: Scrij^tural Publication Society. 1874. 
12mo. pp. 20. [3284 

Faulkner, Daniel, and family, Bluehill. See Candage, R. G. F. 

Fay, Solomon Payson. b. 1820. Clergyman, Bangor, 1866-79. 
Letter, reunion Salem church. 1 874. See Boston. 

Featherstonhaugh, George William, F. R. S., F. G. S. England. 
Observations on the treaty of Washington, signed August 9, 1842 ; 
with the treaty annexed. Together with a map, to illustrate the 
boundary line as established by the treaty between Her Majesty's 
colonies of New Brunswick and Canada, and the United States 
of America. By George William Featherstonhaugh, Esq., F. R. 
S., F. G. S., late one of Her Majesty's commissioners for the 
North American boundary. London: John W. Parker, West 
Street. MDCCLXLIII. Svo. (Folding map.) [3285 



426 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Fellows, Jonx Allex Chandler. 1841-69. Tutor, Bowdoin College. 
Address on. 1869. See Allen, Stephen. 

Felt, Joseph Bablow, LL. D. 1789-1869. Salem, Mass. 

Papers relative to the rival chiefs, D'Aulnay and La Tour, govern- 
ors of Nova Scotia. Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 3d ser. 7: 90. (1838.) 

[3286 

Statistics of towns. Maine tei'ritory. Am. Statis. Ass. Coll. 1 : 57. 

(1843.) [3287 

Comprises a brief historical sketch of Maine. 

Index to Indian names of towns. Am. Statis. Ass. Coll. 1:117. 

(1847.) [3288 

Statistics of population. Am. Statis. Ass. Coll. 1: 141. (1847.) 

An Addi-ess before the alumni of Atkinson Academy, X. H., August 

25, 1859. By Joseph B. Felt, LL. D. With an account of other 
proceedings on the occasion. 

Nunc hue honois vestri venio gratia. 

(" I now come hither out of respect to you. ") 

Plaitis. 
Published by vote of the alumni. Boston, Printed by Wm. S. 
Damrell & Frank G. Moore, 16 Devonshire Street, 1859. 12mo. 
pp. 42. [3289 

Contains a letter from Hon. Edward Kent, of Bangor. 

Female Friexdship, or the innocent sufferer. A moral novel. 
Volume the first. 

" Virtue alone is happiness below, 
And our best knowledge is ourselves to know. " 

Hallowell: Printed by Howard S. Robinson, for Nathaniel Cogs- 
well. 1797. 12mo. pp. 126. Volume the second, pp. 120. [3290 
This was the tirst book printed east of Portland. 

Fenn, William Henry, b. 1834. Clergyman, Portland. 1866. 

The Hope of Maine. A discourse delivered Thanksgiving day, Nov. 

26, 1868. By William H. Fenn, pastor of the High Street church, 
Portland, Me. Portland: Published by Hoyt & Fogg. 1868. 
Svo. pp. 23. [3291 

Address. In memorian. 1881. See Greene, William W. 

Fexning, Daxiel. 

Universal Spelling Book, or a new and easy guide to the English 
language. Containing tables, &c., &c., 28th edition with additions- 
By Daniel Penning, late school-master of Bures Suffolk. Fal- 
mouth, Casco (Bay), Printed and sold by Thomas B. Wait, at his 
office in Middle Street. MDCCLXXXVI. 12mo. pp. 112. [3292 

Fextbess, Walter E. H. 

1775-1875. Centennial History of the United States navy-yard at 
Portsmouth, N. H. Published by permission of the Bureau of 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 427 

Yards and Docks, Navy department. By Walter E. H. Fentress, 
late an officer in the vol. navy. Portsmouth: P. M. Knight, Pub- 
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The navy-yard is in Kittery. 

Febnald, Benjamix C. 1801-68. Instructor, Portland. 

The Child's Book of Worship for Sabbath-schools, common-schools 
and families. 

" Oh ! worship the Lord in the beauty of lioliness : fear before him all the 
earth." 

By B. C. Fernald, Portland: 1849. [3294 

My Little Gvtide to Goodness and Truth, prepared for primary 

classes. By Benjamin C. Fernald. Portland: Sanborn & Carter, 
1812. (Pub. also in Boston and New York.) [3295 

Notice of. N. E. Reg. 23: 230. (1869.) [3296 

With Seavy, Asa H. Tables by which the price of any quantity of 

staves, wood or bark, may be ascertained, with rules for ascertain- 
ing the contents of any load of wood or bark. To which is added 
a table showing the number of feet of boards any log will make 
before it is sawed. Corrected, enlarged and improved from the 
one heretofore published. By B. C. Fernald & A. H. Seavy. 
Portland: Printed by Thomas Todd & Co. 1820. 12mo. pp. 24. 

[3297 

Fernald, Charles Hexrv. Ph. D. h. 1838. Professor Maine State 
College, 1871-86. 
On Some of our Injurious Insects. Augusta: 1877. Svo. pp. 14. 
One plate. (Also Maine Board of Agriculture, 1877, pp. 56-69.) 

[3298 
Describes the wheat midge and oyster-shell bark louse. 

A Synonymical Catalogue of the described tortricidse of North 

America north of Mexico. Philadelphia: 1882. 8\ro. pp. 72. 

[3299 
Reprinted from Transactions of American Entomological Society, May, 
1882. 

The Butterflies of Maine. Designed for the use of the students in 

the Maine State College, and the farmers of the state. C. H. 
Fernald, A. M. Orono, February, 1884. Augusta: Sprague «& 
Son, Printers to the State. 1884. 8vo. pp. 106. (35 engr.) [3300 

The Grasses of Maine. Designed for the use of students of the 

Maine State College and the farmers of the state. Augusta: 1885, 
Svo. pp. 70. (With forty-two full page plates.) [3301 

Also, in Maine Board of Agriculture, 1884, page 194, 

The Sphingidae of New England. C. H. Fernald, A. M. n. b. Orono, 

February, 1886. Augusta: Sprague & Son, Printers to the State. 
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428 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Ferxald, Joseph. Portland. 

Medical Deception and Imposition upon the Public. Discovered, 
detected and exposed. Designed for the use of all to whom it 
may come or concern. By Joseph Fernald, of Portland, (Me.) 
March, A. D. 1824. 

May impious quacks and false pretenders all, 
From all their brags and boastings fall, 
And never more upon deceptive imposition call, 
To get their living f loni the public all. 

A. Shirley, Printer. 1824. 8vo. pp. 14: [3303 

Lafayette Medical Mirror, being a narrative of a new and the most 

infallibly effectual method of curing the lingering diseases of the 
human system, which is administered by several persons in the 
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Febnald, Merritt Caldwell, Ph. D. b. 1838. President Maine State 
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Maine State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts. N. E. 
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Fernald, R. H. 

Nesting of the Red-breasted Nuthatch in Orono, Maine. Ornith. 
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Fernald, Tobias. 1744-84. Revolutionary officer, Kittery. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1873. See Drake, Francis S. 
Fernando, Simon, and Walker, John, in Maine, 1579-80. See De 
Costa, B. F. 

Ferris, Leonard Zenas. Clergyman, Gorham and Kennebunk, 1872- 
77. 
Sermon delivered before the society of the First Congregational 
church, by their i)astor. Rev. L. Z. Ferris, at Gorham, Maine, 
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Fessenden, Caleb Page. 1780-1800. Fryeburg. 

An Oration delivered at Conway, before a respectable number of 
the inhabitants of Conway, Eaton and Bartlett, on the fourth 
day of July, 1789, being the 21st anniversary of American Inde- 
pendence. By Caleb Page Fessenden. 
"How many ages hence 
Shall this our lofty scene be acted o'er 
In States unborn and accents yet unknown". 

Shakf.speare. 

[Published at the request of the committee of the day.] Printed 
at Fryeburg. 1798. 8vo. pp. 16. [3308 



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Fessestdex, Fraxcis. b. 1839. Lawyer. Portland. 
Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

Fessenden, James Deeking. 18-33-82. Lawyer, Portland. 
Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

Fessenden, Joseph Palmer. 1792-1861. Clergyman, Kennebunkport, 
Bridgton. 
A Sermon preached at North Bridgton, June 16, 1846, at the annual 
meeting of Union conference. By J. P. Fessenden. Published 
by request. Portland: F. A. & A. F. Gerrish, Printers. 1846. 
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Fessenden, Samuel, LL. D. 1784-1869. Lawyer, Portland. 

An Oration delivered before the officers and members of Cumber- 
land, Oxford and Ancient Land-mark Lodges, at Xew Gloucester, 
June 25, (A. L. 5810), on the festival of St. John the Baptist, A. 
D., 181 0, by Brother Samuel Fessenden. Portland: Printed by 
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An Oration, delivered before the Federal Republicans of New 

Gloucester, and the adjacent towns, July 4, A. D. 1811. By 
Samuel Fessenden. Portland: from the Gazette Press, n. d. 
(1811.) 12mo.pp. 49. [3311 

An Oration delivered at the annual communication of the Grand 

Lodge of Maine, January 28, 1830. By Samuel Fessenden, Esq. 
On declining a re-election to the Office of Grand Master. Port- 
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A Treatise on the institution, duties and importance of juries. [3313 

This title is given in Rev. George T. Chapman's sketches of alumni of 
Dartmouth College. 

Letter to Anti-slavery Society. 1863. See Anti-slavery. 

Biographical Sketch of. (with port.) 1863. See Willis, William. 

Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

Fessenden, Samuel. 1841-62. Portland. 

The Life of Feeling. University Q. 3: 26. (1861.) [3314 

Fessenden, Samuel Clement. 181.5-82. Clergyman, Rockland. 

A Review of Rev. Mr. Lovejoy's "Lecture on the subject of pro- 
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Citizen of Maine. Boston: Charles C. P. Moody, Printer, 52 
Washington Street. 1852. Svo. pp. 23. [3315 

The Christian Ministry a Work for the Gospel's Sake. A sei'mon 

delivered at Portland, June 27, 1855, before the Maine Mission- 
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pastor of the Congregational church in Rockland. Augusta: 
Printed at the office of the Age. 1855. Svo. pp. 17. [3316 



430 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Fessexden, Samuel Clement, Continued. 

Issues of the Rebellion. Speech of Hon. S. C. Fessenden, of Maine, 

delivered in the House of Eepvesentatives, January 20, 1862. 
Washington, B.C.: Scammell & Co., Printers. 1862. Svo. pp. 8. 

[3317 

The Slavery Question. In the House of Representatives, January 

22, 1862, in the committee of the whole on the state of the 
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The Issues of United States Notes. Speech in the House of Rep- 
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Letter from. 1863. See National Ship Canal Convention. 

Selections from the speeches, sermons, addresses, etc., of Samuel 

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Fessenben, William Pitt, LL. D. 1806-69. Lawyer and statesman, 

Portland. 

An Oration delivered before the young men of Portland, July 4, 

1827. By William Pitt Fe.ssenden. Printed and published by 

James Adams, Jr. 1827. 8vo pp. 31. [3321 

Speech of Mr. Fessenden, of Maine, on the bankrupt bill, delivered 

in the House of Representatives of the United States, August 11, 
1841. Washington: Printed at the National Intelligencer Office. 
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Spe ech of Mr. Fessenden, of Maine, upon the army appropriation 

bill. Delivered in the House of Representatives of the United 
States, May 31, 1842. Washington: Printed at the National In- 
telligencer Office. 1842. Svo. pp. 16. [:3323 

Speech of W. P. Fessenden, of Maine, against the repeal of Mis- 
souri prohibition, north of 36°, 30' . Delivered in the Senate of 
the United States, March 3, 1854, on the bill to establish Kansas 
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Speech of Mr. Fessenden, of Maine, on the president's message, 

delivered in the Senate of the United States, December 4, 1856. 
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Speech of Mr. Fessenden, of Maine, on the message of the presi- 
dent transmitting the Lecompton constitution. Delivered in the 
United States Senate, February S, 1858. Svo. n. t. p. pp. 24. 
(Colophon. Washington, D. C: Buell & Blanchard, Printers. 
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Speech of Hon. W. P. Fessenden, of Maine, on the issue of United 

States notes. Delivered in the Senate of the United States, 
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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 431 

-Speech of Hon. W. P. Fessenden, of Maine, on the abolition of 
slavery in the District of Columbia. Delivered in the Senate of 
the United States, April 1, 1862. 8vo. n. t. p. pp.8. (Colophon. 
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-Report of, as Secretary of the Treasury, for 1864, U. S. Treasury 
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-Final Report of the Congressional committee upon the question of 
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-Address on Senator Collamer in United States Senate. 1865. See 
Collamer, Jacob. 

-Address in United States Senate, on Senator Foot. 1856. See Foot, 
Solomon. 

-Speech of Hon. W. P. Fessenden, of Maine, on the resolution re- 
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-Personal Sketch of. 1867. See Mansfield, J. B. 

-Opinion on the impeachment of President Johnson, delivered in 
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the death of William Pitt Fessenden. October 25, 1869. 8vo. 
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-Memorial Addresses on the life and character of William Pitt 
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Remarks by Mr. Morrill of Maine; Mr. Sumner, of Massachusetts; Mr. 
Williams, of Oregon; Mr. Morrill, of Vermont; Mr. Cattell, of New Jersey; 
Mr. Davis, of Kentucky; Mr. Vickers, of Maryland; Mr. Hamlin, of Maine, 
in the Senate; and by Mr. Lynch, of Maine; yiv. Peters, of Maine; Mr. 
Brooks of New York; Mr. Dawes, of Massachusetts, and Mr. Hale, of 
Maine, in the House. 

-Death of Senator Fessenden. Eulogies by Hon. John Lynch, of 
Maine; Hon. John A. Peters, of Maine; Hon. James Brooks, of 
New York; Hon. Henry L. Dawes, of Massachusetts; Hon. 
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-Memoir of. 1871. See Preble, George H. 

-Biography and Portrait of. 1878. See Coffin, Charles C. 

-Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

-As a Statesman. 1888. See McCulloch, Hugh. 

-Remarks on the death of James Bell, in U. S. Senate. Congres- 
sional Globe. 44: 35. (1857.) 



432 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

(A) Feav Facts, stated by the proprietors of land in the county of 
Kennebeck, tending to show the injustice of the claims of the 
present trespassers on said land. n. t. p. (1803.) Svo. pp. 3. 

[3336 

(A) Few TnouGiiTS (of an aged layman) respecting Jesus Christ, and 
the Holy Spirit, as they relate to Unitarians and Trinitarians. 
Portland: 1825. [3337 

Fewkes, Jesse Walter, Ph. D. 

Contributions to Passamaquoddy Folk Lore. Jour. Am. Folk Lore. 
3:257. (1890.) [3338 

The same. Keprinted from the Journal of American Folk Lore, 

October— December, 1890. 8vo. pp. 24. (1 pi.) 

Field, Bohan Prentice. 1774-1843. Lawyer, Belfast, 1801-43. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1863. -See Willis, William. 

Field, Edward Mann, M. D. 1822-87. Physician, Bangor. 

Paper in " Voices from the Kenduskeag." 1848. "Criticism upon 
Critics." See Appleton, Jane S. 

Marriages solemnized in Belfast, 1799 to 1809. By James Xesmith, 

Jus. Pacis. Bang. H. M. 2: 103. (1886.) [3339 

Biographical Sketch of. 1888. See Meserve, A. K. P. 

Field, Elias, and familj^, Holden. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

Field, George F. 

Hand book of travel over the Eastern and Maine Central line to the 
shore watering-places, White Mountains and the Lower Provinces, 
containing a description of the routes, time tables, points of in- 
terest, distances, fares, and other valuable information for the 
tourist, traveller or pleasure-seeker. Boston: Published under 
the auspices of the passenger department of the Eastern and 
Maine Central Railroad Line. By Geo. F. Field, gen'l passenger 
agent, 134 Washington Street. 1873. 16mo. pp. 128. (Engrav- 
ings and maps.) [3340 

Field, George Warren, D. D. Clergyman, Bangor, h. Belfast, 1818' 
Christianity Has Special Regard for the Destitute Classes. Luke, 
4: 18. Sermon preached before the Maine Missionary Society at 
its anniversary in Lewiston, June 25, 1867, by Geo. W. Field. 
Bangor. Portland: Press of Brown Thurston & Co. 1867. 8vo- 
pp. 22. ' [3341 

Letter, reunion Salem church. 1874. See Boston. 

Christianity and the Labor Reform. Portland: Southworth Bros. 

1886. 8vo. pp. 12. [3342 

The same. Maine Gen. Conference. 1886. pp. 136-146. 

Benson Sewall. A memorial discourse by Rev. George W. Field, 

D. D. Bangor, Maine. 1888. sm. 4to. (n. p.) pp. 24. [3343 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 433 

The Better World. By George W. Field, D. D. Boston: Charles 

G. Chase, publisher, 10 Central Street, n. d. (1891.) 16mo. pp. 
38. [3344 

A sermon delivered in the Salem church, Boston. Published originally 
in the Congregationalist, and now reprinted for private distribution, by Mr. 
Charles G. Chase of Boston. 

Field, Stephen. Lewiston. 

Defence of. 18.56. See Locke, D. C. 

Field, William, and family. Brewer. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

Fighting Fibe. The great fires of history, including the conflagra- 
tions in Chicago, Boston, Portland, New York, etc. Many illus- 
trations. Hartford, Conn.: Dustin, Gilman & Co. 1873. 8vo. 
pp. 716. [3.345 

"The great Portland fire. " Chap. XXI V, pp. 418-431. 

FiLLEBKOWN, MeS. 

Sermon at interment of. 1817. See Gillet, E. 

FiLLMOEE, MABY HAAVTHOBNE. 

What the Daisies Told Me. n. p. n. d. (Copyright, 1888.) Obi. 
18mo. pp. 14, 1, 1. [3346 

FiNLAY, Hugh. 

Journal kept by Hugh Finlay, surveyor of the post roads on the 
continent of North America, during his survey of the post- 
offices between Falmouth and Casco Bay in the Province of 
Massachusetts, and Savannah, in Georgia: begun the 13th Sept. 
1773 and ended 26th June, 1774. Brooklyn: Published by Frank 
H. Norton. 1867. 4to. pp. xxv, 94. (Two maps.) [3347 

150 copies printed. 

FiEST RiPE Fbuit Gathebed. 1859. See Chickering, John W. 

Fish, Chables. h. 1832. Hallowell. 

No. .57. The Maine Farmer's Almanac, for the year of our Lord 
1875; It being the third after bissextile or leap year, and the 
ninety-ninth, one hundredth of our countiy's independence. 
The astronomical computations being given to mean, or true 
clock time for lat. 44° 16' N. and long. 69° 48' W., or the meridian 
(very nearly) of the capitol of the State of Maine, at Augusta. 
Area of the state, 35,000 square miles. Population in 1870, 626. 
915. Formerly edited by Daniel Eobiuson. (Dlus.) 
" Above, belovF, in sky and sod, 

In leaf and spar, in star and man, 
Well might the wise Athenian scan 
The geometric signs of God, 
Tlie measured offer of his plan." 

Hallowell: Masters & Livermore. ["Price ten cents. 12mo. n. pp. 
(44.) (Illus.) [3348 

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Fish, E. S. 

History of Brooklin: an address by Rev. E. S. Fish, A.M., deliv- 
ered at Brooklin, Me., July 4, 1876. Bangor: 1876. 8vo. pp. 32. 

[3349 

Fish, Franklix Woodbury, D. D., LL. D. Clergyman, Chicago. 

Professor Shepard's Sermons. Cong. R. 10: 127. (1870.) [3-3.50 

Fisher, Ebenezer, and family, Holden. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

Fisher, Elijah. 

Elijah Fisher's .Journal while in the war for independence, and 
continued two years after he came to Maine, 1775-84. Augusta: 
Press of Badger and Manley. 1880. 8vo. pp. 29. [3351 

Fisher, .Jacob, d. 1840. Physician, Kennebunk. 

An Oration pronounced at Kennebunk, on the Fourth day of July, 
1799; being the anniversary of American Independence. By Dr. 
Jacob Fisher. Portland: Printed by E. A. Jenks. 1799. 8vo. 
Title-page. pp. 20. [3352 

Fisher, Jonathan. 1706-1847. Clergyman, Bluehill, 1796-1847- 

A Sermon preached at Machias, September 3, 1800, at the ordina- 
tion of the Rev. Marshfield Steele, to the pastoral care of the 
church and society in that town. By Jonathan Fisher, A. M., 
pastor of the church in Bluehill. Boston: Printed by E. Sin- 
clair. For David J. Waters. 1801. 8vo. pp. 28. [33.53 
The sermon is followed by notes, 4 pp.; poetry. " having a connection with 
points in the sermon, " 2 pp.; charge, by Rev. John Sawyer, Boothbay: fel- 
lowship of the churches, by Rev. Ebenezer Price, Belfast. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 435 

-Hymn on infant dedication. Augusta: Peter Edes. 1804. pp. 3. 

[3354 
-The same. Second edition. 

-The same. Third edition. Hallowell: Printed by S. K. Oilman. 
1820. pp. 3. 

-A List of families in Bluehill, Me. 1807. Bang. H. M. 1: 93. (1885.) 

[3355 

-A Sermon delivered at Penobscot, November 10, 1807, at the in- 
terment of the Rev. Peter Powers, pastor of the church in Pe- 
nobscot, who died November 8, 1807, aged 45. By Jonathan 
Fisher, A. M., pastor of the church in Bluehill. Buckstown, 
(Me). Printed by Clapp & Holland, 1808. 8vo. pp. 24. [3356 
At the end is an elegy, pp. 3. It begins : — 

" Seized with a chill, when laboring in the cause 

Of great Immanuel and his holy laws; 

Oppressed with fever, and consumption's force, 

The worthy POWERS has fulfilled his course." 

-Lines on the death of Ebenezer Ball, who was executed at Castine, 
Oct. 31, 181], for the murder of John Tileston Downes. Broad- 
side. (Dated Bluehill, Nov. 1811.) [3357 
The headpiece is a rough wood engraving of the execution. 

-A Short Essay on baptism, designed for the benefit of common 
readers. By Jonathan Fisher, A. M., minister of the gospel in 
Bluehill, Maine. Boston: Published by Samuel Armstrong, No. 
50 Cornhill. Thomas G. Bangs, Printer. 1817. 12mo. pp. 105, 
(1). [3358 

-The Youth's Primer, containing a series of short verses in alpha- 
betical order, each followed by religious, moral or historical ob- 
servations. The Westminster Assembly's shorter catechism, 
with brief Scripture proofs: a short sketch of Scripture chronol- 
ogy: and several original hymns. Adorned with cuts. Written 
for the entertainment and instruction of youth, and designed to 
be a sequel to the Child's Primer. By Jonathan Fisher, A.M., 
minister of the gospel at Bluehill, Maine. Boston: 1817. Pub- 
lished by Samuel T. Armstrong, and sold, wholesale and retail, 
by him, 50 Cornhill: Price twenty-five cents single, $2.50 a 
dozen. 24mo. pp. iv, 5, 108. (29 wood cuts.) [3359 

-Elliot's Soliloquy, or lines on the death of Seth Elliot, executed at 
Castine for the murder of one of his children, December 30, 1824. 
E. Brewster, Bangor. Broadside, 10 x 20. [3360 

" AVe recollect that when Elliot was executed, a parson, Jonathan Fisher 
of Bluehill, appeared under the gallows, peddling ballads of his own com- 
position, describing the murderer as a Universalist making a dying confes- 
sion of the error of that doctrine, and of his other sins. After it was printed, 
the prisoner was reprieved for some time, and the ballad became a little 
out of season." Rev. W. A. Drew, in Gospel Banner, Oct. 2, 1852. 



436 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

FiSHEB, Jonathan, Continued. 

Short Poems, including a sketch of the Scriptures to the book of 

Iluth; Satan's Great Devise, or lines on intemperance; and con- 
science, or a dialogue on Universalism: and a few others on va- 
rious subjects. By Jonathan Fisher, minister of the gospel in 
Bluehill, Me. Portland: A. Shirley, Printer. 1827. 18mo. pp. 144. 

[3361 

Scripture Animals, or natural history of the living creatures named 

in the Bible. Written especially for youth. Illustrated with 
cuts. By Jonathan Fisher, A. M. (Engraving.) 
He giveth to the beast his food, and to the young raven which cry. 

Psalm 147 : 9. 

Portland: Published by William Hyde, 1834. 12mo. pp. 347. 

[3362 
The engravings were carved in wood by the author, his only tool being a 
jackknife. 

Sermon at funeral of. 1847. See Thurston, Stephen. 

Biographical Sketch of, by Rev. S. L. Pomeroy, D. D. 18.57. See 

Sprague, W. B. 
Sketch of. 1867. See Deane, William R. 

First Settlers of Bluehill, Maine. From a MS. account of that 

town prepared by the Rev. Jonathan Fisher, in 1827. Communi- 
cated by Joseph Williamson, of Belfast, Maine. N. E. Reg. 
34: 385. (1880.) [3363 

Sketches of Bluehill. From the Journal of Rev. Jonathan Fisher, 

minister of the church of Bluehill, from 1796 to 1837. Written 
in 1810. Bang. H.M. 1: 148. (1886.) [3364 

The Congregational Church, Bluehill. From notes prepared by 

Rev. Jonathan Fisher, in 1810, with additions by the late R. G. 
W. Dodge, Esquire. Bang. H. M. 2: 113. (1886.) [3365 

Memoir of. 1889. See Candage, R. G. F. 

Genealogy of his family. 1889. See Candage, R. G. F. 

Origin of the name of " Union River, " between Surry and Ells- 
worth, as given by him. Bang. H. M. 6: 48. (1890.) [3366 

Fisher, William Phineas. Clergyman, Brunswick, 1879-90. 

Unity of the Church Promoted by Congregationalism. A sermon 

delivered before the General Conference of the Congregational 

churches in Maine, at Portland, June 14, 1881, by Rev. William P. 

Fisher, of Brunswick. Published by the vote of the conference. 

Bangor: John H. Bacon, Printer. 1881. 8vo. pp. 16. [3367 

The same. Maine General Conference. 1881. pp. 97-112. 

Sermon on Prof. A. S. Packard. 1884. See Little, George T. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 437 

Christian Independence. Sermon preached September 23, 1888, at 

the Congregational church, Brunswick, Maine. By the Rev. W. 
P. Fisher. Brunswick Telegraph Job Print. 1888. 8vo. pp. 10. 

[3368 

The Religion of Christ the Religion of Humanity, by William P. 

Fisher, pastor of the Congregational church, Brunswick, Maine. 
Dec. 23, 1888. Svo. pp. 12. [3369 

The Christian Religion Practical, by William P. Fisher, pastor of 

the Congregational church, Brunswick, Maine. Jan. 20, 1889. 
Svo. pp. 12. [3370 

Fisheries, American. 1853. See Sabine, Lorenzo. 

J^^'FiSHiNG Bounties..-^ n. p., n. d. Svo. pp. 8. [3371 

This pamphlet appears to be report of a committee appointed at a meet- 
in Westport, in 1840. 

FisK, Allen. 

Murray's English Grammar Simplified: designed to facilitate the 
study of the English language, comprehending the principles and 
rules of English grammar, illustrated by appropriate exercises, 
to which is added a series of questions for examinations. Abridged 
for the use of schools. By Allen Fisk, author of Adams' Latin 
Grammar, simplified. 

"The principles of knowledge become most intelligible to young persons, 
when they are explained and inculcated by practical illustrations and direc- 
tions." 

MCRKAY. 

Hallowell, (Me.) Glazier & Co., Printers. Xo. 1 Kennebec Row. 
1824. 12mo. pp. 176. [3372 

The same. Hallowell: Glazier, Masters & Smith. 1834. Svo. pp. 

176. 

FiBK, Charles Robinson. 1804-69. Clergyman, Holden and Poland 
1831-35. 
Poem delivered before the temperance society in East Brewer, on 
the day of the annual fasting and prayer, appointed April 18th, 
1833. Also on a similar occasion in Poland, April, 1834. By Rev. 
Charles R. Fisk, pastor of the Congregational church, in Poland. 
(Published by request.) Merrill & Byram, Printers. 1834. Svo. 
pp. 18. 3373 

FiSKE, John Orr, D. D. 1819-93. Clergyman, Bath. 

The Omnipresence of God. A discourse delivered at Bath, Maine, 
on the fourth of April, 1847. By John O. Fiske, pastor of the 
Winter Street church. Bath: Press of the Northern Tribune. 
1847. Svo. pp. 14. [3374 



438 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAIJsE. 

FiSKE, John Oer, D. D., Continued. 

Man an Uncertain Object of Reliance. A discourse delivered at 

Augusta, July 14, 1850, and at Bath, on the twenty-first of July, 
1850, on the death of Zachary Taylor, president of the United 
States. By John O. Fiske, pastor of the Winter Street church. 
Bath: Geo. E. Newman, Printer. 1850. 8vo. pp. 16. [3375 

Reasons for Particular Considerations ofl the Death of Great Men: 

A discourse delivered in Bath, June 20, 1852, on the occasion of 
the death of General William King. By John O. Fiske, pastor of 
the Winter Street church. Bath: Printed by Haines & Free- 
man. 18.52. 8vo. pp. 32. [3376 

Honor thy Father and thy Mother. A sermon to children on the 

Fifth Commandment. By Rev. John O. Fiske. Bath: Times 
Office. 1859. 8vo. pp. 17. [3377 

A Sermon on the present national troubles, delivered in the Winter 

Street church, January 4th, 1861. The day of the national Fast. 
By John O. Fiske, pastor of Winter Street church, Bath, Me. 
Bath: Printed at the Daily Times Office. 1861. 8vo. pp. 19. 

[3378 

William King: first governor of Maine. 1862. See Ballard, Edward. 

The Salvation of the World to be Sought by Means of the Conver- 
sion of Young Children. A sermon delivered in High Street 
church, Portland, before the Maine Missionary Society, June 25, 
1862. By John O. Fiske, pastor of the Winter Street church, 
Bath. Augusta: Printed at the Kennebec Journal Office. 1862. 
8vo. pp. 15. [3379 

Biographical Xotice of Rev. John W. Ellingwood, D. D. Me. 

Hist. Soc. Coll. 7: 371. (1876.) [3380 

Address at inauguration of President Hyde. 1886. See Bowdoin 

College. 

Fitch, Lxjthek. 1783-1880. Lawyer, Portland. 

Biographical Sketch of. (With port.) 1863. See Willis, William. 
Brief Sketch of. 1890. See Green, Samuel A. 

FiTTS, Eli.jah E., and family. Brewer. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

FiTTS, RoswELL, and family, Holden. 1890. See Porter, J. W. 

Flagg, Daniel, and descendants. 1876. -See Fuller, Benj. A. G. 

Flagg, Edmund. 1786-1816. Wiscasset. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

Flagg, Edmund Webster. 1834-73. Lawyer, Bangor. 

Notice of. N. E. Reg. 28:231. (1874.) [3380a 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 439 

Flavel, John. 1627-91. English clergyman. 

A Treatise on keeping the heart. Selected from the works of the 
Kev. John Flavel. The style adapted to the present state of 
improvement. Fourth edition. Hallo well: Printed and pub- 
lished by Glazier & Co. No. 1 Kennebec Row. 1828. 24mo. pp. 
148. [3381 

Fleming, Lorenzo D. Clergyman, Portland, 1837-41. 

The New Testament Companion, designed for Bible classes, Sab- 
bath-school teachers, and young students of the scriptures. With 
an introduction. By Lorenzo D. Fleming, pastor of the Casco 
Street Christian church. Portland: S. H. Colesworthy. 1839. 
32mo. pp. 196. [3382 

Address, on the subject of temperance. Delivered at Portland, 

Maine, January 21, 1839, and repeated by particular request on 
the 27th. Published by request. 1839. Svo. pp. 12. Press of 
S. H. Colesworthy, No. 23 Exchange St. [3383 

Family Instructor and Sabbath School Visitor. 1841. 8vo. [3384 

Fletcher, Elliot B. 1798-1884. Clergyman, Georgetown. 

A Sermon ascertaining the rewards of the moral law, on the 
principles of moral demonstration, from Scripture and facts. By 
E. B. Fletcher. Bangor: Smith and Say ward. Printers. 1846. 
8vo. pp. 31. [338.5 

A reply to Mr. Ebenezer Fisher's " Review of Fletcher's Sermon on 

the Moral Law. " n. t. p. Svo. pp. 16. [3386 

The National Book of the Sabbath. Illustrating its four grand 

designs, and proving its obligations: 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. [3387 

The Challenge. Sunday, not Saturday, is Sabbath time. Skowhe- 

gan: Smith & Emery, Printers. 1869. 8vo. pp. 16. [.3.388 

The preface is by Rev. Charles F. Allen, D. D. 

— — Theories of the Annihilation Doctrine: also, immortality demon- 
strated and the annihilation doctrine proved untrue. By Rev. 
E. B. Fletcher. Portland: Bailey & Noyes, Publishers. 1869. 
Crown Svo. pp. 208. [3389 

The Resurrection of the Body Demonstrated by a Theologian. The 

different resurrection theories stated. The facts of the resur- 
rection proved. The objections answered. Important points. 
Portland: Published by Bailey & Noyes. 1874. ]2mo. pp. 93. 

[3390 

The Millennium before the Advent. The world's conversion. A 

reply to a work in which the Rev. Dr. Buck claims to prove that 
the millennium will be after the second advent of Christ. By E. 



440 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Fletchkr Elliot B., Continued. 

B. Fletcher. Lewiston: Printed at the Journal Office. 1876. 

8vo. pp. 38. [3391 
The Discussion on Man's Immortality. The disputants: E. B. 

Fletcher and Miles Grant. Held in North Waterford, Me., Dec, 

1877. Lewiston: Printed at the Journal Office. 1878. Svo. pp. 38. 

[3392 
The Challenge of the Spiritualists, and how it came out. n. t. p., 

n. d. 16mo. pp. 8. [3393 

A Reply to a book written by Rev. T. A. Goodwin, M. A., on the 

"Mode of Man's Immortality." Its falsities corrected, by Rev. 
E. B. Fletcher. Portland; F. G. Rich & Co., Printers and 
Publishers. 1878. 12mo. pp. 237. [3394 

Fletcher, Nathan Cleaveland. 1810-86. Clergyman, Thomaston, 
Belfast, Camden. 
Editor. Christian Telescope. Folio. Semi-monthly. Thomaston, 
1834-3.5. [3395 

The Mourner Comforted. A sermon delivered at the Methodist 

chapel, in Searsmont, at the funeral of Miss Susan Lennan, Nov- 
ember 11, 1850. By Rev. N. C Fletcher, pastor of the Univer- 
salist church in Belfast, Me. Published by request. Belfast: 
George B. Moore & Co. 1850. 12mo. pp. 20. [3396 

Annals of Camden. Cuttings from Rockland Opinion, Aug. 24, 

lS83-Aug. 15, 1884. [3397 

Fletcher, Nathaniel Hill. 1769-1834. Clergyman, Kennebunk, 
1800-28. 
A Sermon delivered at Deerfield, New Hampshire, July 1, 1812, at 
the ordination of Rev. Nathaniel Wells. By Nathaniel H. Fletcher, 
A. M. Concord, N H. Printed by I. and W. R. Hill. 1812. 8vo. 
pp. 22. [3398 

A Sermon delivered on the 26th of Nov. 1812, the day of the annual 

Thanksgiving in the state of Massachusetts. By Nathaniel H. 
Fletcher, A. M., minister of the Second church in Wells. A brief 
statement of the judgments and blessings, together with the 
grounds of Christian thankfulness and submission. Kenne- 
bunk: James K. Remick, Printer. 1812. 8vo. pp. 6. [3399 

A Sermon delivered at Buxton, June 8th, 1821, at the funeral of 

the Rev. Paul Coffin, D. D. By Nathaniel H. Fletcher, A. M. 
Kennebunk: Printed by James K. Remick. 1821. 8vo. pp. 33. 

[3400 

Seven pages of this tract are occupied witb "Dr. Coffin's farewell ser 

mon;" and thirteen with "A sermon preached at Buxton, Jnne 13, 1821 

Occasioned by the death of the Rev. Paul Coffin, D. D., senior pastor of the 

church in that place. By Levi Loring, pastor." 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 441 

A discourse delivered at Kennebunk, May 6th, 1827, on the follow- 
ing subject: How far unanimity in religious opinions is nec- 
essary in order to christian communion. By N. H. Fletcher. 
Some parts of the discourse were delivei-ed extemporaneously, 
which are inserted as nearly as can be recollected. Published by 
request. Kennebunk: Printed by James K. Remick. 1827. 8vo. 
pp. 14. [3401 

Flitner Family. 1889. See Flitner, Mrs. S. E. 

Flitner, Francis William, b. Pittston, 1840. r. Boston. 

Muster Roll of Capt. Stephen Jewett's company of foot, in Pittston, 
Me., 1799. Me. Reel: 80. (1884.) [3402 

Some of the descendants of Josiah Oakham, of Spurwink River in 

Scarborough, Maine. Me. Rec. 4: 268. (1887.) [3403 

Flitner, Mrs. Susan E. Boston. 

Some of the Descendants of Edward Oakham of Marshfield. 
Me. Rec. 4: 127, 182. (1887.) [3404 

Flitner Family. Me. Rec. 6: 28.5, 341, 417. (1889.) [3405 

Flora's Boqtjet. 

A Collection of elegant colored flower plates, and floral poems. 
Belfast: Brackett& Co., Publishers. 1881. Svo.n. pp. (pp.30.) [3406 

Floret, or the Poor Girl. A drama. 1874. See Babcock, J. 
Frederick. 

Floyd, Ebenezer, and family, Bluehill. 1890. See Candage, R. G. F. 

(The) Flute Instructor: containing a plain and easy introduction to 

the rules and principles of the German and patent flutes; together 

with a choice selection of new and valuable music, consisting of 

preludes, airs, duets, songs, waltzes, &c. Many of which have 

never before been published in this country. 2d ed. corrected 

and improved. Hallowell: Glazier & Co. 1828. Obi. 4to. pp. 47. 

[3407 
The same. Sixth edition, n. d. obi. 4to. pp. 47. 

Fogg Benjamin Franklin, M. D. Portland. 

A List of the reptiles and amphibians of Maine. 1863. See Port. 
Nat. Hist. Proc. 

Fogg Family, of Eliot. 1851. See Fogg, William. 

Fogg, John Samuel Hill, M. D. h. Eliot. 1826-93. Physician, South 

Boston, Mass. 
Epitaphs from South Berwick, Me. N.E.Reg. 4:37. (1850.) [3408 
Inscriptions from the old graveyard of the first parish in York, Me 

N.E.Reg. 5:67.(1851.) [3409 



442 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Fogg, John Samuel, Hill, M. D., Continued. 

Inscriptions copied from the old graveyard at South Berwick, Maine. 

N. E. Reg. 10: 57. (1856.) [3410 

Small Pox in Maine. Me. Rec. 2:1.34. (1885.) [3411 

Historical Sketches of York, Berwick, Kittery, Falmouth, etc. 

Me. Rec. 3: 100. (1886.) [3412 
Historical Sketches of Kittery, Maine. Me. Rec. 3: 159. (1886.) 

4: 50. (1887.) [3413 

John Croune— dramatist and poet. Me. Rec. 4: 188. (1887.) [3414 

Historical Sketches. Me. Rec. 5: 122. (1888.) [3415 

Officers' Names in Col. Francis' regiment stationed at Dorchester 

Heights, IS^o. 4. A. D. 1776. Me. Rec. 5:168. (1888.) [3416 

Fogg, W. Fred P. Strong. Lawyer. 

The Republican Party in American Politics, with a brief account of 
the movements to which the present great organization can trace 
its origin, together with the history of its formation in Maine on 
the recurrence of the thirtieth anniversary. By W. Fred P. Fogg, 
secretary, and member of the Republican executive committee of 
Strong, Franklin County, Maine. Lewiston, Me.: Printed at the 
Journal Office. 1SS4. 8vo. pp. 57. [3417 

Fogg, William. 1790-185«. Eliot. 

A Short Genealogical Account of a few of the families of the early 

settlers of Eliot, and of a branch of the Moody family; from the 

time they emigrated to this country to the year 1850. Saco: A. 

A. Hanscom, Printer. 1851. 12mo. pp. 22. [3418 
Embraces the Fogg, Hill, and Moody families. 
Kittery: the first town incorporated in Maine. N. E. Reg. 7: 134. 

(1853.) [3419 

Inscriptions at York, Me. X.E.Reg. 9:342. (18.55.) [3420 

Notice of. N.E.Reg. 14:85. (1860.) [3421 

Fogg Family. By William Fogg, of Eliot, Me. Me. Rec. 1:71. 

(1884.) ' [3422 

FOGLEE, William Henky. b. 1837. Lawyer, Belfast, Rockland. 

Oration at Richmond, Reunion Xinteenth Maine Regiment. 1878. 
See Nash, Charles E. 

FoLSOM, Albekt Alonzo. Boston. 

Commission of Sir William Pepperrell, Bart., 1857, as lieutenant 
general. Communicated by Albert A. Folsom, Esq., of Boston. 
N. E. Reg. 44: 99. (1890.) [3423 

FoLSOM, Benjamin. Eastport. 

Notice of. N.E.Mag. 5: 2b2. (18-33.) [3424 



JBIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 443 

FoLSOM, Charles. 1794-1872. Scholar, Bcston, 

Remarks on a Latin inscription lately found at Castine, in the state 
of Maine. Am. Antiq. Soc. Proc. 1864. pp. 59-66. (Diagram.) 

[3425 

The same, separately printed, n. t. p. n. d. (1864.) 8vo. pp. 8. 

FOLSOM, David, M. D. 1800-65. Physician, Augusta. 
Obituary Notice of. 1866. See Toward, J. W. 

FoLSOM, George, LL. D. 1802-69. Antiquarian, New York. b. Ken- 
nebunk. 
History of Saco and Biddeford, with notices of other early settle- 
ments, and of the proprietary governments in Maine, including 
the provinces of New Somersetshire and Lygonia. Saco: Printed 
by Alex. C Putnam. 1830. 12mo. pp. 331. (Engraving and map.) 

[3426 
The town of Saco subscribed for 100 copies of the work, and the town of 
Biddeford for 50 copies. Probably this is the first instance in New England 
when a town afforded pecuniary aid in the publication of its history. 

Expedition of Captain Samuel Argall, afterwards governor of 

Virginia, knight, &c., to the French settlements in Acadia and 
Manhattan Island. A. D. 1613. By the editor. N. Y. Hist. Soc. 
Coll. 2d. series. . Vol. I. 333-342. (1841.) [3427 

Preface to letter describing passage from Maine to Virginia in 

1619. (1841.) See Dermer, Thomas. 

Anniversary Discourse, delivered at Brunswick, September 6th, 

1846. By George Folsom. 

" But I doubt not it will prove a very flourishing place, and be 

replenished with many faire townes and cities, it being a Province both 
fruitful and pleasant." F. Gorges, Description of the Province of Maine. 

Me. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2:3. (1847.) [3428 

Contains sketch of life and character of Sir Ferdinando Gorges. 

The same. In separate form. William Van Norden, Printer. No. 

39 William Street, New York. 1856. 8vo. pp. 79. 

Editor. A Catalogue of original documents in the English archives, 

relating to the early history of the state of Maine. 

" But I doubt not it will prove a very flourishing place, and be 

replenished with many faire towns and cities, it being a Province both 
fruitful and pleasant. " F. Gorge.s, Description of the Province of Maine. 

New York. Privately printed. Roy. 8vo. pp. 137. [3429 

The examination of the records and the catalogue were made by Mr. H. 
G. Somerby. The period embraced in the years 1601-1700. 
For a detailed account of the work, see Willis, "William. 

Address delivered on the site of the Popham colony near the 

mouth of the Kennebec in New England, before the Maine Mis- 
sionary Society on the 28th of August, 1863. By George Folsom 
Ventnor: (Isle of Wight) Printed by Fletcher Moor. 1866. 8vo. 
pp. 34. [3430 



444 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

FoLSOM, J. B. Bucksport. 

Sermon on. 1854. See Maltby, John. 

FOORD, J. 

Could Mr. Blaine Carry New York? Forum. 5: 237. (1888.) [3481 

Foot, Solomon. 1802-66. U. S. Senator. Vermont. 

Proceedings on the death of Hon. Solomon Foot, including the 

addresses delivered in the Senate and House of Eepresentatives, 

on Thursday, Ajiril 12, 1866. "Washington: Government Printing 

Office. 1866. 8vo. pp. 120. [3432 

Address of William P. Fessenden, pp. 44-53. 

FooTE, Ekastus. 1777-18.56. Lawyer, Camden, Wiscasset. 

Notice of. 1859. See Allen, Frederic. 
Biographical Sketch of. 1863. See Willis, William. 

FooTE, George F. 

. Inebriety and Opium Eating in Both Cases a Disease. Method of 
treatment, and condition of success. By Geo. F. Foote, M. D., 
Stamford, Conn. Portland, Me.: Tucker Printing House, 115 
Exchange Street. 1877. 8vo. pp. 19. [3433 

For Thy Name's Sake. 1878. See Colcord, Emily M. 

Forbes, Arthur Elbridge. b. 1862. Journalist, Paris. 

Papers relating to the history of the Press in Oxford County. 1887, 
1888, 1889, 1890. See Maine Press Ass. 

Fobbes, Darius. 1808-82. Clergyman, Gardiner, Belfast, r. Maine 

until 1845. 

Duties of Universalists. An occasional sermon, delivered before 

the Maine convention of Universalists, at its session in Albion, 

June 24, 1840. Augusta. 1840. 8vo. pp. 19. [3434 

A Discourse in reply to the question, " Were Christ and his Apos- 
tles Universalists ? " Boston. 1842. 12mo. pp. 24. [3435 

Nature and Revelation. Univer. Q. 1 : 420. (1844.) [3436 

Forbes, Robert. 

Narrative of sufferings of. (1784.) See Bradman, Arthur. 

Forbes, William, and family, Bangor. 1888. See Porter, J. W. 

Ford, Albert Aaron. 1841-87. Clergyman, Readfield. 

The Blood — Atonement of the New Dispensation. A sermon 
preached before the Cumberland Baptist Association at Freeport, 
Me., Aug. 27, 1878, byAlbert A. Ford, pastor of the East Auburn 
Baptist church; and printed by request, n. p. n. d. (1878.) 
sm. 4to. pp. 29. [3437 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 445 

Forsyth, Fkedebic Gbegoby. b. 1855. Portland. 

The Great Commune. By Frederic Gregory Forsyth. Portland: 
Published by the author. 1878. 8vo. pp. 32. [3438 

The Great Republic. By Frederic Gregory Forsyth, Portland: 

Published by the author. 1878. Svo. pp. 16. [3439 

The Kingdom. By Frederic Gregory Forsyth, member of tlie 

Virginia Historical Society, etc. Dedicated to the Comte de 
Paris and to the Marquis de La Fayette. Charlottesville Chroni- 
cle Steam Print. Copyright, Price 20 cents. Svo. pp. 28. [3440 

Forsyth Family in New England. Gran. Mo. 8: 25i. (1886.) [3441 

Fort Charles. Built 1667. -See Bristol. 

FoKT Fairfield. Incorporated 1858. 

History Eastern Frontier Lodge. 1871. See Trafton, John B. 

Catalogue of the Fort Fairfield Congregational Sunday-School 

library, June 1st, 1890. n. p. 16mo. pp. 7. [3442 

Fort Frankfort. Built 1754. -See Dresden. 

Fort Frederick. Built 1729. -See Bristol. 

FoBT George. Built 1715. -See Brunsvrick. 

Foet George. Built 1779. -See Castine. 

Fort Halifax. Built 1754. -See Winslow. 

Foet Loyal. Built 1680. -See Portland. 

FoBT Pemaqtjid. Built 1677. -See Bristol. 

Foet Penobscot, or Pentagoet. 16 — . -See Castine. 

Foet Pownall. Built 1769. -See Stockton Springs. 

FoBT Richmond. Built 1719. -See Richmond. 

Foet St. George. Built 1607. -See Popham Colony, and Brown, 
Alexander. 

FoBT St. George. Built 1719-21. -See Thomaston. 

Fort Shirley. 1754. -See Dresden. 

Fort Western. Built 1754. -See Augusta. 

Fort William Henry. Built 1692. -See Bristol. 

Foss, Thomas. 

A Brief Account of the early settlements along the shores of Skil- 
ling's River, including West Sullivan, West Gouldsborough, Tren- 
ton, and North Hancock. Reminiscences and anecdotes of old 
times and old folks. By Thomas Foss. N. K. Sawyer, Printer, 
n. p. (Ellsworth.) 1870. Svo. pp. 24. [3443 



446 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

FossETT, Jasper X. Bristol. 

Inscriptions from the old Pemaquid Fort burying-ground. Com- 
municated by Jasper N. Fossett, Esq., of Pemaquid. Bang. H. M. 
.3:15. (1888.) [3444 

Inscriptions from gravestones in old Harrington (Bristol) burying- 
ground. Contributed by Jasper N. Fossett, Esq., of Pemaquid 
Bang. H. M. 4: 91. (1888.) [3445 

Foster, Enoch, Jr. b. 1839. Lawyer and justice Supreme Judicia. 
Court, Bethel. 
Editor. Maine Keports. Vol. V. 3d edition. See Greenleaf , Simon. 

Foster, E. J. 

Early Settlers of Weld. Me. Rec. 1:119, 172. (18S4.) 2:38,94, 
181, 240. (1885.) [:3446 

Foster, F. 

A Sermon: by Rev. F. Foster, occasioned by the death of Mr. 
John Warren Bigelow, who died in Livermore, Maine, February 
26, 1856. Published by request of relatives. Portland: S. H. 
Colesworthy, 1856. 8vo. pp. 14. [3447 

Foster, George Winslow, M. D., Ph. D. b. 1845. Physician, Bangor, 
Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Biographical Sketch of Daniel McRuer, M. D., of Bangor. Me. Med. 

A.ss. Trans. 4:484. (1873.) [3448 

Foster, John, D. D. 1765-1829. Cambridge, Mass. 

A Sermon delivered December 10, 1806 at the ordination of the Rev. 
Samuel Veazie, A. M., to the pastoral office in Freeport. By John 
Foster, A. M., pastor of the Third church in Cambridge. Port- 
land: From the Gazette Press. 1807. 8vo. pp. 21. [3449 

Foster, John. 

A Sketch of the tour of General Lafayette, on his visit to the United 
States, 1824: comprising the addresses of the town and city 
authorities, with the answers of the general. Annexed to which 
are biographical notices of his life : together with some of the 
most approved specimens of poetry, addressed to him on his 
arrival. By John Foster. 

Sit mihifas audita loqui ; 

Urn tibi erunt artes; pacisque imponere morem, 

Parcere subjeclis, et debellare superbos. 

Virgil. 

Portland: Printed at the Statesman Office, by A. W. Thayer. 
1824. 8vo. pp. 228. [3450 

Foster, Xewel Abbott. Publisher, Portland. 

Biographical Sketch of. 1885. See Thurston, Brown. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 447 

FosTEK, Stephen C. b. 1799. Pembroke. 

History of the legislation of Congress upon the American fisheries. 
Speech of Hon. Stephen C. Foster, of Maine, delivered in the 
U. S. House of Representatives, Maj^ 25, 1858. Svo. pp. 8. [3451 

Republican Land Policy-homes for the Million. Give the public 

lands to the people and you settle the slavery question, obliterate 
the frontiers, dispense with a standing army, and extinguish 
Mormonism. Speech of Hon. Stephen C. Foster, of Maine. 
Delivered in the House of Representatives, April 24, 1860. Wash- 
ington, D. C. : Buel & Blanchard. 1860. 8vo. pp. 8. [8452 

Foster, Thomas A., M. D. Physician, Portland. 

Co-Education of the Sexes. A paper read before the Maine Medi- 
cal Association, June 10, 1874. By Thomas A. Foster, M. D. 
Portland, Me.: Stephen Berry, Printer. 1874. 8vo. pp. 19. [3453 

Effect of Psychological Influence upon Disease. By T. A. Foster, 

M. D. Portland, n. d. 8vo. pp. 8. [,3454 

Address to the Maine Medical Association, June 9, 1885. By 

Thomas A. Foster, M. D., of Portland, president. Portland: 
Stephen Berry, Printer. 1885. Svo. pp. 44. [.3455 

The same. Maine Med. Ass. Trans. 8:419. (1885.) 

" (The) Foundation of God standeth sure, having this seal, the Lord 
knoweth them that are his, and let every one that nameth the 
name of Christ, depart from iniquity. " 2 Tim. 2: 19. Bangor: 
Printed by Samuel S. Smith & Son. 1871. 12mo. pp. .52. [3456 

Forward, Walter. 

A Review of the report of I. W. P. Lewis, on the state of the 
lighthouses on the coast of Maine and IVIassachusetts, sent to the 
House of Representatives, by the Hon. Walter Forward, secre- 
tary of the treasury, Feb. Boston: Printed by Tuttle & Den- 
nett. 1843. 8vo. title-cover, pp. 00. [3457 

Fowler, Robert Ludlow. 

Governor Thomas Pownall, colonial statesman. Mag. Am. Hist. 
16: 409. (1886.) (Dlus.) [3458 

Fowler, Stagey. Clergyman, North Yarmouth, Turner, 1862-66. 
Sermon preached in North Yarmouth, Jan. 4, 1863, commemora- 
tive of Lt. N. P. Herrick, who fell in the battle of Fredericks- 
burg, December 12, 1862. Portland. 1863. 8vo. pp. 24. [3459 

Fowler, W. S. 

Review of Payson's sermons. Chr. Q. Spec. 2: 85. (1830.) [3460 

Review of memoirs of the Rev. Edward Payson. Chr. Q. Spec. 

3:1. (1831.) [3461 



448 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Fox, Charles L. 

Catalogue of paintings, frescoes and drawings. By Cliarles L. Fox. 
Exhibited in the rooms of the Portland Society of Art, October, 
1886. 8vo. pp. 9. [3462 

Fox, Daniel. 1780-1861. Portland. 

Notice of. 1861. See Willis, William. 

Fox, Edward. 1815-81. Lawyer and judge U. S. District Court, 

Portland. 
Response, proceedings upon the death of Judge Ware. 1873. -See 

Emery, George F. 

In Memoriam. 1882. See Haskell, Thomas H. 

Biography of. 1885. See Biog. Ency. Maine. 

Decisions of. (1887.) See Haskell, Thomas H. 

Fox, H. E. 

Letter concerning government of New Ireland. (1784.) See Win- 
slow, Edward. 

Fox Islands Thoroughfare. 

U. S. Coast Survey Chart. 1886. Size, 20 x 31 inches. Scale 3. 17 
to mile. [3463 

Fox, Miss Mary Anna. 

The Discontented Kobins, and other stories, for the young. By 
Miss Mary Anna Fox. Boston: Published by Charles Fox. 
1849. 16mo. pp. 131. [3464 

Contains an account of a visit to Bang;or in 1835. 

FoxcROFT. Incorporated 1812. 

Sermon, Conference. 1880. See Fiske, John O. 

Historical Account. 1880. See Loring, Amasa. 

In Inland Retreat. 1890. See Haynes, George H. 

FoxcROFT, Samuel. 1735-1807. Clergyman, New Gloucester, 1765-93. 

Sei-mon on. 1807. See Scott, Jonathan. 
Sermon on death of. 1807. See Moseley, Elisha. 

FoY, William E. 

The Christian experience of William E. Foy, together with the 
two visions he received in the months of Jan. and Feb. 1842. 
Portland : J. & C. Pearson. 1845. [3465 

Francis, Convers, D. D. 1795-1863. Professor Divinity School, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 
Life of Sebastien Bale, missionary to the Indians by Convers Fran- 
cis, D. D. In the Library of American Biography, conducted by 
Jared Sparks. Second series. Vol. VII. Boston: Charles C. 
Little and James Brown. 1845. 16mo. pp. 158-333. (1 illus.) [3466 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 449 

Francis, Laura. Pseud. See Wilkins, Laura Hatch. 

Francis, Thomas. Clergyman. Leeds. 

Design and Eules of the Bowdoinham Association. 1819. [3467 

Frankfort. Incorporated 1789. 

Act of incorporation of Frankfort. 1789. Bang. H. M. 2:119. 
(1886.) [3468 

Petition from. 1790. -See Pratt, J. F. 

Petition for military company at. 1807. See Pratt, J. F. 

Catalogue of books in Frankfort Sunday-school library. Lougee 

Print., Winterport, Me. n. d. (1887.) 12mo. pp. 9. [3469 

Franklin and Megantic Railroad. 

Resorts reached by. 1888-89. <See Haynes, Geo. H. 

Franklin Collection of Poetry and Prose. Farmington: D. H. 
Knowlton & Co. 1887. [3470 

Franklin County. Constituted 1838. 

Attorneys at Law in. 1841. See Redington, Asa. 

Press of. 1872. -See Griffin, Joseph. 

Lakes of. 1876. See Dill, Harry P. 

Papers relating to history of Press in. 1877, '80 '81, '82, '83, '84, '85, 

'86, '87. -See Keyes, Charles W. 

Historical and Descriptive Sketch of. 1880. -See Howard, R. H. 

Paper relating to history of Press in. 1888. -See Knowlton, D. H. 

Historical Sketch, by-laws and list of members of the Franklin 

County Agricultural Society. Incorporated March 13, 1840. 

Farmington: Press of Knowlton, McLeary & Co. 1888. 12mo. 

pp. 26. [3471 

The historical sketch is by Edward A. Hall, of Chesterville. 

Franklin Historical Magazine. 1881. -See Swift, J. S. 

Free Baptists. 

The Freewill Baptist Register, and Saints' Annual Visitor, exhib- 
iting a view of the Freewill Baptist connexion in miniature. 
Containing also a variety of matter historical, doctrinal, and 
miscellaneous. To which is prefixed an astronomical ephemeris 
for the year of our Lord 1826. By a member of the elders' con- 
ference. 

" Without the aid of astronomy and chronology all human affairs would 
be in confusion. No one could tell when he was born any more than when 
he will die." 

Portland : Printed at the Mirror Office, by Shirley and Edwards 
for the aforesaid connexion, n. d. (1826.) 24mo. pp. 54. [3472 
30 



450 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MAINE. 

Feee Baptists, Continued. 

The Freewill Baptist Eegister, and Saint's Annual Visitor, exhibit- 
ing a view of the Freewill Baptist connexion in miniature. Con- 
taining also a vai'iety of matter historical, doctrinal and miscel- 
laneous, to which is prefixed an astronomical ephemeris, for the 
year of our Lord 1828. By a member of the elders' conference. 

"The heavens declare the glory of God; and the flrmanent sheweth his 
handy work." 

David. 
Limerick, Me. Published at the Morning Star Office, for the 
aforesaid connexion. [3473 

History of Freewill Baptists. 1862. See Stewart, Isaac D. [3474 

Free Baptist Home Missioxary Society. 

Minutes first annual meeting at Augusta. 1872. 8vo. pp. 8. 

Minutes 2d annual meeting, at Bath. 1873. 8vo. pp. 12. 

Minutes 3d annual meeting, at Dover. 1874. 8vo. pp. 11. 

Minutes 4th annual meeting, at Lewiston. 1875. 8vo. pp. 12. 

Minutes 5th annual meeting, at Saco. 1876. 8vo. pp. 12. 

Minutes 6th annual meeting, at Eichmond. 1877. 8vo. pp. 12. 

Minutes 7th annual meeting, at Lewiston. 1878. Svo. pp. 15. 

Minutes 8th annual meeting, at Brunswick. 1879. Svo. pp. 11. 

Minutes 9th annual meeting, at W. Waterville. 1880. 8vo. pp. 11. 

Minutes 10th annual meeting, at Auburn. 1881. 8vo. pp. 24. 

Minutes 11th annual meeting, at Biddeford. 1882. 8vo. pp. 23. 

Minutes 12th annual meeting, at Augusta. 1883. 8vo. pp. 16. 

Minutes 13th annual meeting, at Saco. 1884. 8vo. pp. 18. 

Minutes 14th annniversary, at Gardiner. 1885. 8vo. pp. 24. 

Minutes 15th anniversary, at Oakland. 1880. 8vo. pp. 23. 

Minutes 16th anniversary, at Phillips. 1887. 8ve. pp. 22- 

Minutes 17th anniversary, at Dover. 1888. Svo. pp. 21. 

Minutes 18th anniversary, at Lewiston. 1889. Svo. pp. 8. 

The charter, constitution and proceedings of the Maine Free Baptist 
Association, at their first meeting, held at Lewiston, 1889, comprise pp. 8-22. 

Proceedings first meeting Maine Free Baptist Association at their 

first meeting held at Lewiston, 1889. See Maine Free Bapt. Home 
Missionary Society. 

Proceedings at second annual meeting, at Bangor, 1890. Svo. pp. 

48. 

Free Baptist Cyclopedia. Historical and biographical. The rise 
of the Freewill Baptist connection and of those general and 
open communications of Baptists which, merging together, form 
one people, their doctrines, polity, publications, schools