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Catalogue of Poetry 



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GROSVENOR LIBRARY, 



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PUBLISHED BY THE LIBRARY, 
March 1902. 



CIvASSIFIC\^XION. 



PAGE. 

General collections, 

Miscellaneous collected works, i. 

Readers and speakers, 3- 

Gift books and annuals, 6. 

Song books, 6. 

Hymns and sacred songs, 8. 

Translations in verse from Greek and Latin classics, - lo. 

Translations of Oriental poetry, - 12. 

Translations of European poetry, 13. 
English Poetry, 

Collected works, - 15. 

Works of individual writers, 20. 

Australian poetry, 48. 

Canadian poetry, 49- 
American Poetry, 

Collected works, - S^- 

Works of individual writers, 54- 

Additions and corrections, - - - 123. 



INTRODUCTORV. 



This catalogue embraces all books and pamphlets in the Grosvenor 
Library devoted wholly or in large part to poetry in the English language. 
It includes all translations from dead and foreign languages into English, 
but does not include literary periodicals and other miscellaneous books 
containing an occasional poem. The general collection of poetry formed 
by the library during the first 28 years of its existence was especially full 
in the works of the English poets. It contained but little by American 
writers and that little of small value. This collection was well supplemented 
by the purchase, in 1898, of the library of poetry formed by Mr. C. W. 
Moulton, editor of the Magazine of Poetry. This library was devoted 
largely to the productions of modem American authors and represented 
the work of many of the best known American writers of the present 
day. Later purchases have added most of the earlier American poetry 
catalogued here, but in this direction the collection is still deficient, as it 
is also in first editions of the works of many of the leading American 
poets of a later date. 

.This list enumerates 3542 volumes and 296 pamphlets of which 1333 
volumes and 20 pamphlets are by English writers, 1751 volumes and 256 
pamphlets by American, 54 volumes and 18 pamphlets by Canadian, and 
5 volumes by Australian. The balance of 399 volumes and 2 pamphlets 
are general collected works and miscellaneous matter. Of the 2019 authors 
of whose writings there is a representation outside of the general collec- 
ted works, 563 are English, 1386 American, 66 Canadian and 4 Australian. 

Most of the abbreviations used here are those ordinarily employed 
in similar catalogues. The more important are as follows: 

ed. . . edited, editor. cpr. , . . copyrighted. 

edn. . . edition. n. d. . . no date. 

tr. . . translated. n. t. p. . no title page. 



IV. 

Dates and other particulars not appearing in their proper places m 
the books but supplied from other sources are enclosed in square brackets. 
Explanatory matter is enclosed in parentheses. The punctuation on the 
title page of each book has been followed wherever it was not so unusual 
as to be misleading. In transcribing the titles a capital letter has been 
employed at the beginning of all subtitles except when preceded on the 
title page by a comma or semicolon. 

All anonymous books have been entered under the name of the 
author with a reference from the title, or under the title when the name 
of the author could not be learned. Pseudonymous works have been 
entered under the pseudonym of the author unless his proper name could 
be found in which case there is a reference from the pseudonym. 

Dates of birth and death have been given for English writers when 
obtainable without the expenditure of too much time. In the case of 
American authors a few more particulars have been included, but these 
are only such as will assist in better locating the individual, and in no 
sense do they form a biographical sketch. 

The labor of compiling this catalogue and seeing it through the press 
has been done at odd moments extending over a period of more than a year. 
One result of this is some lack of uniformity in certain particulars, which, 
however, will not affect the value of the list for bibliographical purposes. 

Edward P. Van Duzee, 

Librarian. 



JosiAH Jewett, 
Edward H. Butler, 
Ganson Depew, 

Trustees. 



CATALOGUE OF POETRY 

IN THE 

Grosvenor Library. 



General Collections. 

This section includes all books containing poetry by a number of authors 
of different nationalities. Collections representing the poetry of any single 
country will be found in the sections following. 

Miscellaneous Collected Works. 

Under this head are gathered all general collected works that cannot 
properly be classed with Readers, Gift-Books, Song- Books, or Hymns. 



Abell, Mrs. L. G. and others. A token of tlie 
heart, or Gems of kindness, lamo. Boston 
1858. 808.8-A141T 

2. Gems by the wayside: An offering of purity 
and truth. 4th edn. i2mo. N. Y. [1850]. 

808.8-A141 

Barham, William : Descriptions of Niagara ; 
selected from, various travelers ; with original 
additions. 8vo. Gravesend 1845. (With poet- 
ical selections. ) 974.72-N577Ba 

Bellamy, Blanche Wilder: and Maud Wilder 
Goodwin: Editors. Open sesame! Poetry 
and prose for school-days. 3 vols. i2mo. 
Boston 1896-97. H.S. 131 

Book of celebrated poems; containing forty-one 
of the most popular poems iu the English 
language. 8vo. London 1854. 808.1-B724 

Browne, Francis F. Editor. Golden poems. 

By British and American authors. Sm. 8vo. 

Chicago 1882. H.S. 43 

Bryant, William Cullen : Editor. A new 

library of poetry and song. 2 vols. R.8vo. 

N. Y. n d. B2-5B 

Bunce, O. B. Editor. Fair words about fair 
woman. Gathered from the poets. 8vo. N. 
Y. 1884. 808.1-B942 

Burlesque plays and poems. With an intro- 
duction by Henry Morley. i2mo. London 
1885. 808.7-M864 

Burton, William E. The cyclopaedia of wit and 
humor. R.8vo. N. Y. 1875. 808.7-B974 

Coates, Henry T. The fireside encyclopaedia 
of poetry. Comprising the best poems of the 
most famous writers, English and American. 
R. 8vo. Phila. [i88i.] 808.1-C652 

Couch, A. T. Quiller-: The Oxford book of 
English verse, 1250 — 1900, i2mo, Oxford 1901. 

808.1-C853. 



Croke, J. Greenbag: Lyrics of the law. A re- 
cital of songs and verses pertinent to the law 
and the legal profession, selected from various 
sources. i2mo. San Francisco 1884. 

808.1-C943L 

2. Poems of the law. i6mo. San Francisco 
1885. 808.1-C943P 

Dana, Charles A. Editor. The household 
book of poetry, nth edn. R.Svo. N. Y. 
1870. H.S. 39 

Davies, Dr. Maurice : Fun, ancient and mod- 
ern. 2 vols. i2mo. London 1878. 

808.7-D256 

Dodd, Henry Phillip : The epigrammatists : A 
selection from the epigrammatic literature of 
ancient, mediaeval, and modern times. With 
notes, etc., by Rev. Henry Philip Dodd. 8vo. 
London 1870. 808.81-D639 

Eastman, Alfred C. Poems of the farm. Se- 
lected and illustrated by Alfred C. Eastman. 
8vo. Boston 1896. 808.1-E13 

Echoes of infant voices. i2mo. Boston 1849. 

808.1-E18 

Foster, Rev. Elon: Cyclopaedia of poetry: 
Embracing the best from all sources and on 
all subjects, ist series. 8vo. N. Y. n. d. 

808.81-F754 

2. Cyclopaedia of poetry. 2nd series. Em- 
bracing poems descriptive of the scenes, inci- 
dents, persons and places of the Bible. Also 
indexes to Foster's cyclopaedias. 8vo. N. Y. 
1883. 808.81-F754 

Foster, H. C. An excursion among the poets. 
8vo. Richmond, Va., «. (/. 808.1-F755 

Goodyear, Elizabeth S. Compiler. Songs of 
trust. i2mo. Boston 1886. 245-G658S 

Gould, Mrs. Sarah: The guardian angels, or 
Friends in heaven. i2mo. Boston 1858. 

245-G698G 



Miscellaneous. 



Green, Ernest S. and Miss H. Von Lowenfels. 

Mexican and South American poems. (Span- 
ish and English.) 8vo. San Diego, Cal. 1892. 

861.08-G795 

H., M. See Harger, Martha: Prayers from 
the poets. 

Hamilton, Walter : Parodies of the works of 
English and American authors. 5 vols. R.8vo. 
London 1884-88. 808.7-H222 

Harger, Martha: Prayers from the poets. 

Compiled by M. H. i2mo. N. Y. [1891.] 

245-H279 
Hillis, William J. A metrical history of the 

life and times of Napoleon Bonaparte. Svo. 

N. Y. i8g6. 944.05-N2H6 

Holland, Josiah Gilbert : Editor. Illustrated 
library of favorite song. 8vo. N. Y. [1873]. 

808.1-H735 

Hood, Tom : Editor. Cassell's illustrated read- 
ings. R.8vo. London n. d. B2-5C 

Horder, W. Garrett: Editor. The poet's Bi- 
ble. Old Testament section. 2ndedn. i2mo. 
London 1895. 245-H811P 

2. The poet's Bible. New Testament section. 
3rd edn. i2mo. London 1895. 245-H8UP2 

Howitt, Mary : Editor. Pictorial calendar of 
the seasons. i2mo. Bohn. London 1862. 

828.3-H863 

Jenkins, Charles Francis: Compiler. Quaker 
poems. A collection of verse relating to the 
Society of Friends. Svo. Phila. 1893. 

808.1-J52 

Jenks, Joseph William : The rural poetry of 

the English language. R.8vo. Boston 1856. 

808.1-J53 

Kaines, Joseph : Compiler. The love poems 
of all nations. i2mo. London 1870. j 

808.1-K13 

Kendall, Timothe : Flowers of epigrammes. 
From edition of 1577. (Spenser Society Pubs. 
No. 15, 1874.) 828.3-K33 

Kendrick, Asahel C. Editor. Our poetical 
favorites, A selection from the best minor 
poems of the English language. i2mo. N.Y. 
1871. H.S. 37a 

Lathbury, Mary A. Illustrator. Twelve times 
one illustrations of child life. With descrip- 
tive poems. 4to. N. Y. 1888. 769.82-L352 

Lawrence, Mrs. Margarette (Woods) : Fad- 
ing flowers. By Meta Lander. lamo. Boston 
i860. 808.1-L422 

Leffingfwell, Charles Wesley: Editor. Ly- 
rics of the living church. Original poems 
compiledfrom "The Living Church." i2mo. 
Chicago 1891. 808.1-L493 

Leigh, Henry S. Collector. Jeux d'esprit. 
Written and spoken. i2mo. London 1877. 

808.7-L528 

Lewis, Matthew Gregory : Collector. Tales 
of terror and wonder. With an introduction 
by Henry Morley. i2mo. London 1887. 

808.1-L675 



Lillard, John F. B. The medical muse, grave 
and gay. A collection of rhymes up to date, 
by the doctor, for the doctor, and against the 
doctor. i2mo. N. Y. 1896. 808.1-L729 

Linton, William J. and R. H. Stoddard. Edi- 
tors. English verse: Ballads and roman- 
ces. i2mo. N. Y. 1883. 808.1-L761B 

2. English verse : Translations. lamo. N.Y- 
1883. 808.1-L761 

Longfellow, Henry W. Editor. Poems of 
places. i6mo. [26 vols.] Boston 1876-9. 

8o8.i-L8^/c. 

Lovejoy, Mary L Compiler. Nature in verse. 
A poetry reader for children. i2mo. Boston 
1895, 808.1-L897 

McCaskey, J. P. Editor. Lincoln literary 
collection, designed for school-room and fam- 
ily circle. i2mo. N. Y. [1897]. H.S. 36 

Mackay, Charles : Editor. A thousand and 
one gems of poetry. Svo. London n. d. 

H.S. 42 

Magazine of poetry. A quarterly review. Vol. 
I, 1889 to vol. 8, No. 7, Aug. 1S96. (Complete 
set.) 4to. 8 vols. 808.1-M189 

Marchant, W. T. Collector. In praise of ale, 
or Songs, ballads, epigrams, and anecdotes re- 
lating to beer, malt, and hops. i2mo. Lon- 
don 188S. 808.1-M315 

Martin, Theodore : and William Edmond- 
stoune Aytoun. Editors. The book of bal- 
lads. Edited by Bon Gaultier. A new edi- 
tion with several new ballads. i2mo. N. Y. 
1S52. 808.1-M383 

Matthews, Brander: Ballads of books. Svo. 
N.Y. 1887. 808.1-M438 

Morris, George P. and N. P. Willis. Compi- 
lers. The prose and poetry of Europe and 
America. R.Svo. N. Y. 1847. 808.S-M876 

Morrison, Mary Whitney : Compiler. Songs 
and rhymes for the little ones. New edn. Svo. 
Boston 1899. 808.1-M881 

Moulton, Charles Wells : Compiler. In my 
lady's name: Poems of love and beauty. i2mo. 
N.Y. 1897. 808.1-M927I 

Nicholl, W. Robertson : and Thomas J.Wise. 

Eiditors. Literary anecdotes of the nineteenth 
century: Contributions towards a literary his- 
tory of the period. Vols, i and 2. Svo. Lon- 
don 1895-96. 828.3-N645L 

Nichols, John : Editor. A select collection 
of poems: With notes, biographical and his- 
torical. i6mo. 8 vols. London 1780-82. 

80S.1-N619 

Parton, James: The humorous poetry of the 
English language, from Chaucer to Saxe. 
With notes explanatory and biographical. 
i2mo. Boston 1887. 808.7-P274 

Peale, Rembrandt : Portfolio of an artist. 
i2mo. Phila. 1839. 80S.8-P358 

Poetry of the year. Passages from the poets 
descriptive of the seasons. i2mo. Phila. 1S59 

808.1-P745 



Miscellaneous. 



Poetry for the young. A graduated collection 
in four parts. Complete in one volume. i2mo, 
London 1881. H.S. 37 

Quiver of love. A collection of valentines an- 
cient and modem . With illustrations in colors 
from drawings by Walter Crane and K. Green- 
away. 8vo. London 1876. 808.1-Q8 

Repplier, Agones : A book of famous verse, 
lamo. Boston 1892. 808.1-R425 

Representative poems of living poets, Ameri- 
can and English. Selected by the poets them- 
selves ; with an introduction by George Par- 
sons Lathrop. 8vo. N. Y. 1886. H.S. 40 

Roberts, W. Editor. Book-verse: An anthol- 
ogy of poems of books and bookmen from the 
earliest times to recent years. i2mo. N. Y. 
[1895]. 808.1-R648 

Salisbury, Stephen : An essay on the Star 
spangled banner and national songs. 8vo. 
Worcester, Mass. 1873. 811.04-S167 

Sargent, Epes : Editor. Harper's cyclopae- 
dia of British and American poetry. R.8vo. 
N.Y. 1881. H.S. 38 

2. Selections in poetry for exercises at school 
and at home. i2mo. Phiia. 1853. 808.1-S245 

Sharp, Mrs. William : Editor. Songs and 
poems of the sea. (Sea-music. ) i2mo. N. Y. 
n.d. 808.1-S351 

Skinner, Charles R. Editor. Arbor Day 
manual. An aid in preparing programs for 
Arbor Day exercises. 8vo. Albany 1890. 

H.S. 44 

Smith, Eva Munson: Editor. Woman in sa- 
cred song. A library of hymns, religious 
poems, and sacred music by woman. With 
an introduction by Frances E. Willard. 8vo. 
Chicago 1888. 245-S646 

Specimens of macaronic poetry. 8vo. London 
1831. 808.7-S741 

Spirit of the public journals. Vol. i, for 1797 to 
18, for 1814. (Wants Vols. 4 and 13.) i2mo. 
London 1799-1815. 828.3-S759 



Spofford, A. R. and R. E. Shapley. Editors. 
Library of wit and humor. 5 vols. 8vo. 
Phila. 1885-86. 808.7-S762 

Table Rock album and sketches of the Falls 
and scenery adjacent. 3rd edn. i2mo. Buf- 
falo 1850. 974.72-N577Ta 

Taylor, John Pitt-: Poetic imagery. Similes, 
metaphors, emblems, comparisons and con- 
trasts selected from the works of British and 
American poets and dramatists. Edited by 
Hester Louisa Pitt-Taylor. i6mo. London 
1890. 8o8.8[-T243 

Testimony of the poets. i2mo. Boston 1854. 

24S-T747 

Thompson, Slason : The humbler poets. A 
collection of newspaper and periodical verse, 
1870 to 1885. 8vo, Chicago 1886. 808.1-T476 

Waddington, Samuel: Editor. Sacred song: 
A volume of religious verse. i2mo. N. Y. 
n. d. 245-W118 

Ward, Anna L. Editor. Surf and wave: The 
sea as sung by the poets. i2mo. N. Y. [1883.] 

808.1-W256 

Warren, Ina Russelle : Editor. The doctor's 
window. Poems by the doctor, for the doctor, 
and about the doctor. With introduction by 
William Pepper. 8vo. Buffalo 1898. 

808.1W288 

2. The lawyer's alcove. Poems by the lawyer, 
for the lawyer, and about the lawyer. Intro- 
duction by Chauncey M. Depew. 8vo. N. Y. 
1900. 808.1-W288L 

White, Gleeson : Editor. Book-song: An an- 
thology of poems of books and bookmen from 
modern authors. i2mo. London 1893. 

808.1-W583 
White, Gleeson : Ballades and rondeaus, 
chants royal, sestinas, villanelles, &c. Selec- 
ted, with chapter on the various forms, by 
Gleeson White. 24mo. London 1887. 

8o8.i-W583B 

Whittier, John Greenleaf : Editor. Songs of 
three centuries. i2mo. Boston 1876. 

808.1-W525 



Readers and Speakers. 



Anderson, John J. The historical reader. i2mo. 
N.Y. 1871. 808.508-A547 

Andrew, John: The new dramatic reader. 
Comprising a selection of pieces for practice 
in elocution. With introductory hints to read- 
ers. 2nd edn. i2mo. Montreal 1881. 

808.508-A562 

Baker, George M. The favorite speaker. i6mo. 
Boston 1890. 808.508-B167 

Barber, Jonathan : Exercises in reading and 
recitation. i2mo. Baltimore 1823. 

808.508-B234 



Bartlett, M. R. The practical reader; in five 
books. i2mo. N. Y. 1822. 808.508-B291 

Bell, David Charles : Bell's standard elocu- 
tionist. i2mo. London 1883. 808.508-B433 

Benedict, Emma Lee: Pieces to speak. i2mo. 
Boston 1893. 808.S08-B463 

Billings, John D. Standard selections for elo- 
cutionary drill and memory work in grammar 
and high schools. i2mo. Chicago [1886.] 

808.508-B598 

Bingham, Caleb : The Columbian orator. i6mo. 
Boston 1832. 808.5-B613 



Readers and Speakers. 



Birch, Thomas E. The Virginian orator. i6mo. 
Richmond 1808. 808.508-B617 

Branch, Oliver E. The Hamilton speaker. 
i2mo. N. Y. [1878]. 8o8.5o8-B8i6 

2. The national primary speaker. Consisting 
of declamations and recitations for pupils from 
five to ten years of age. lamo. N. Y. 1886. 

808.508-B816N 

3. The national junior speaker. Consisting of 
declamations and recitations for pupils from 
ten to sixteen years of age. i2mo. N. Y. 
1887. 808.S08-B816N2 

4. The national advanced speaker. A collection 
of carefully chosen, available, modern decla- 
mations and recitations; with instructions to 
speakers, and an appendix of words of difficult 
pronunciation. i2mo. N. Y. 1887. 

808.508-B816N3 

Brooks, Edward: A manual of elocution and 
reading. Embracing the principles and prac- 
tice of elocution. i2mo. Phila. [1882.] 

808.5-B873 

Brothers of the Christian Schools. Christian 
Brothers' new series advanced reader. i2nao. 
N. Y. 1889. 808.508-B874 

Burdett, James S. Select recitations and read- 
ings in prose and poetry. i2mo. N. Y. [1891]. 

808.508-B951 

Buttervrorth, Hezekiah : Ballads and stories 
for readings; with musical accompaniments. 
i2mo. Cincinnati [1886]. 808.508-B988 

Campbell, Hugh: and others. Voice, speech, 
and gesture: A practical handbook to the 
elocutionary art. [With selections]. i2mo. 
N. Y. 1895. 808.5-C188 

Carey, Thomas J. Excelsior selections of 
prose and poetry. Arranged for public and 
parlor recitation and reading. i6mo. N. Y. 
[1886.] 808.508-C267 

Carrington, Henry B. Patriotic reader. i2mo. 
Phila. n. d. H.S. 345 

Cathcart, George R. The literary reader- 
(American Educational Series.) i2mo. N.Y. 

808.508-C362 
2. Same. New edition. i2mo. N.Y. [1892]. 

808.508-C362M 

Cobb, Lyman : Cobb's Sequel to the juvenile 
readers. i2mo. N. Y. 1834. 808.508-C683 

Cumnock, Robert McLain : Choice readings 
for public and private entertainment, 3rd. 
edn. i2mo. Chicago 1878. 808.508-C971 

Denman, Jacob S. Fourth reading book. (Stu- 
dents' Series.) i2mo. N.Y. 1852. 

808.508-D397 

Diehl, Anna Randall: See Randall, Anna: 
Dwyer, John Hanbury : An essay on elocu- 
tion ; with elucidatory passages from various 
authors. 6th edn., with additions. i2mo. 
Albany 1847. 808.5-D969 

Edwards, Richard : Analytical fifth reader. 
i2mo. n.t.p. 808.508-E26 



Enfield, William : The speaker, or Miscella- 
neous pieces. 8vo. London 1774. 

808.508-E56S 

2. Same. New edition. i2nio. N. Y. 1814. 

808.508-E56S2 

Fletcher, Austin B. Advanced readings and 
recitations. i2mo. Boston 1881. 

808.50&-F612 

Fourth reader. (Ontario Readers.) lamo. To- 
ronto 1885. 808.508-F781 

Fulton, Robert I. and Thomas C. Trueblood. 
Choice readings from standard and popular 
authors. 5th edn. i2mo. Boston 1887. 

808.508-F974 

Gilmore, Joseph Henry: The academic speaker. 
i2mo. Rochester, N. Y. 1883. 808.508-C487 

Gilmour, Richard : The sixth reader. (Cath- 
olic National Series. ) i2mo. N.Y. [1877]. 

808.508-G488 

Goldsbury, John : and William Russell. The 
American common-school reader and speaker. 
i2mo. Boston n.d. {Cpr. 1S44.) 

808.508-G622 

Griffith, Allen Ayrault: Class-book in oratory. 
A complete drill book for practice of the prin- 
ciples of vocal physiology, and for acquiring 
the art of elocution and oratory. 23rd edn. 
i2mo. St. Louis [1879.] 808.5-G853 

Harris, William T. and others. The fourth 
reader. (Appleton's School Readers.) i2mo. 
N.Y. 1878. 808.508-H317 

Hillard, George Stillman : The Franklin fifth 
reader. i2mo. N.Y. [1871]. 808.508-H649 

Holmes, H. E. Editor. Miscellaneous readings 
and recitations. i2mo. Phila. 1888. 

8o8.5o8-H75r 

Howard, Anna K. The Canadian elocutionist. 
Together with a copious selection, in prose and 
poetry, of pieces adapted for reading, recita- 
tion and practice. i2mo. Toronto 1885. 

808.508-H848 

Hubbard, John : The American reader. 2nd, 
from 3rd Walpole edn. i6mo. Troy N y' 
1808. 808.508-H875 

Hudson, Henry N. Classical English reader. 
Selections from standard authors. With ex- 
planatory and critical foot-notes. i2mo. Bos- 
ton 1883. 808.508-H885 

Illustrated Progressive Readers. The fourth 
progressive reader. i2mo. N.Y. n. d. {Cpr. 
'871.) 808.508-O83 

2. The sixth progressive reader. i2mo. N Y 
1872. 808.508-S625 

James, John G. The southern student's hand- 
book of selections for reading and oratory 
i2mo. New Orleans [1879. J 808.508-J27 

Keene, J. W. Selections for reading and elo- 
cution. 8vo. Boston n. d. 808.508-K26 

Knowles, James Sheridan : Knowles, elocu- 
tionist. 5th edn. i2mo. N. Y. 1844. 

8o8.5o8-K;73 



Readers and Speakers. 



Leffingwell, Charles Wesley: Reading book 
of English classics for young pupils. Selec- 
tions from the standard literature of England 
and America. i2mo. N. Y. N. Y. 1879. 

808.508-L493 

LeRow, Caroline B. A practical reader; with 

exercises in vocal culture. i6mo. N. Y. 1883. 

808.508-L617 

Lyons, Joseph A. The American elocutionist 
and dramatic reader. For the use of colleges, 
academies and schools. With an elaborate in- 
troduction on elocution and vocal culture by 
the Rev. M. B. Brown. 7th edn. izmo Phila. 
[1871.] 8Q8.508-L991 

McCulloch, John Murray : A course of ele- 
mentary reading in science and literature, 
compiled from popular writers. nth edn. 
Edinburgh 1842. 808.508-M133 

McGuffey, W. H. McGuffey's newly revised 
rhetorical guide, or Fifth reader. i2mo. N.Y. 
n. d. (_Cpr. 1853.) 808.508-M148N 

2. McGuffey's fifth eclectic reader. Revised 
edn. i2mo. Cincinnati n. d. (Cpr. i8j4.') 

808.508-M148 

Metropolitan fifth reader. New and revised 
edn. i2mo. N.Y. n.d. {Cpr. 187 1.) 

808.508-M533 

Monroe, Lewis B. The fifth reader. i2mo. 
Phila. «. ^. {Cpr. 187 1.) 808.508-M753 

Murray, Lindley : The English reader, or 
Pieces in prose and poetry. lamo. Phila. 
1825. 808.508-M982E 

2. Sequel to the English reader, or Elegant se- 
lections in prose and poetry. 2nd Phila. edn. 
i6mo. Phila. 1803. 808.508-M982 

Osgood, Lucius : American sixth reader. i2mo. 
n.t p. 808.508-O82 

Palmer, Loomis T. Select readings for public 
and private entertainment. By L. T. Remlap. 
8vo. Chicago 1885. 808.508-P174 

Parker; Richard Greene : Exercises in rhet- 
orical reading. 7th edn. i2mo. N. Y. 1852. 

808.508-P242E 

Parker, Richard Greene : and J. M. Watson. 
The national fifth reader. (National Series.) 
i2mo. N. Y. 1866. 808.508-P242 

2. The national fifth reader. (Parker & Wat- 
son's Series.) i2mo. N.Y. n.d. {Cpr. 1866.) 

808.508-P242N5 
Pierpont, John : Introduction to the National 
reader. i6th edn. i2mo. Boston 1835. 

8o8.5o8-P62iI 

2. The American first-class book. Revised edn. 
i2mo. Phila. 1855. 808.508-P621A 

Porter, Ebenezer : The rhetorical reader. 8th 
edn. i2mo. Andover 1834. 808.508-P844 

Potter, Cora Urquhart : My recitations. lamo. 

Phila. 1887. 808.508-P866 

Randall, Anna T. Reading and elocution. 

i2mo. N.Y. 1873. 808.508-R188 

2. Choice readings. New and revised edition. 

l2mo. Phila. 1888. 808.508-D559 



Raymond, Robert Raikes : The patriotic 

speaker. i2mo. N. Y. 1865. 808.508-R271 
Reeves, Paul : The student's own speaker. 

i2mo. N. Y. 1872. 808.508-R332 

Remlap, L. T. See Palmer, Loomis T. Select 

readings. 
Roemer, J. Polyglot reader, and guide for 

translation. i2mo. N.Y. 1865. 808.508-R715 

Root, Oren: and Josiah H. Gilbert. Editors. 
The Franklin speaker; consisting of declama- 
tions and recitations. With an introduction 
by Anson J. Upson. i2mo. N.Y. [1884.] 

808.508-R783 

Ross, William T. Voice culture and elocu- 
tion. Author's edition. i2mo. San Fran- 
cisco 1886. 808.5-R827 

Sanders, Charles W. Sanders' union fourth 
reader. i2mo. N. Y. 1873. 808.508-S315U 

2. Sanders' rhetorical, or Union fifth reader. 
i2mo. N. Y. 1863. 808.508-S315R 

3. Sanders' rhetorical, or Union sixth reader. 
i2mo. N. Y. 1867. 808.508-S215 

Sargent, Epes : and Amasa May. The ety- 
mological reader. (New American Series.) 
i2mo. Fhila.. n. d. {Cpr. 1872.'] 

808.508-S245E 

Sargent, Epes : The standard fourth reader, 
(Sargent's Standard Series.) i2mo. Boston 
1861. 808.508-S245F0 

2. The standard fifth reader. (Sargent's Stand- 
ard Series.) i2mo. Boston 1865. 

8o8.5o8-S245Fi 

3. The standard speaker. 60th edn. i2mo. 
Phila. 1876. 808.508-S245S 

Scott, William : Lessons in elocution, or A 

selection of pieces in prose and verse. i6mo. 

Leicester 1820. 808.508-S431 

Severance, Moses : The American manual, or 

New England reader. i6mo. Bath, N. Y. 

1839. 808.508-S498 

Sheldon, Edward Austin : The fourth reader. 

l2mo. N.Y. 1880. 808.508-S544 

2. The fifth reader. i2mo. N. Y. «. rf. {Cpr. 

187^.) 8o8.5o8-S544Fi 

Slade, Mrs. Mary B. C. Exhibition days. 

i2mo. Boston [1880.] 808.508-S631 

Southern reader and speaker. i2mo. Charles- 
ton 1859. 808.508-S727 

Swan, William D. The instructive reader. 
i2mo. Phila. 1849. 808.508-S972 

Swett, John: School elocution. A manual of 
vocal training in high schools, normal schools, 
and academies. i2mo. N. Y. 1886. 

808.508-S975 

Swinton, William : Swinton's fifth reader and 

speaker. i2mo. N.Y. n.d. {Cpr. i88j.) 

808.508-S979 

2. Sixth, or Classic English reader. i2mo. 

N. Y. [1885.J 808.508-S9796 

Sypher, Josiah Rhinehart: The American pop- 
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lyceums, temperance societies, etc., etc. i2mo. 
Phila. [1870. J 808.508-S994 



Readers and Speakers. 



Town, Salem : The third reader. i2mo. Port- 
land 1848. 8oS.5o8-T743Th 

2. The fifth, or Elocutionary reader. i2mo. 
Buffalo 1858. 898.508-T743 

Village Reader. i2mo. Springfield 1848. 

808.508-V712 

Warren, Samuel: A selection of poetry for use 
in Standards IV, V and VI. i6mo. London 
i875) (Philips' series of reading books.) 

808.508-W293 

Watson, James Madison : Independent sixth 
reader. i2mo. New York 1873. 

808.508-W339 

Webster, Noah : An American selection of 
lessons in reading and speaking. i6mo. N.Y. 
1794. 808.508-W382 



Willson, George : The American class-reader. 
Containing a series of lessons in reading. 
i2mo. Canandaigua 1840. 808.508-W741 

Wilson, Marcius : The fifth reader. (Harper's 
School and Family Series. ) i2mo. N.Y. n. d. 
{Cpr. 1 861.) 808.508-W742 

2. The sixth reader. (Harper's United States 
Readers.) l2mo. N.Y. 1873. 

808.508-W7S1H6 

3. The fifth reader. (Lippincott's Popular Se- 
ries.) i2mo. Phila. 1883. 808.508-W7S1LS 

4. The sixth reader. (Lippincott's Popular Se- 
ries.) i2mo. Phila. 1883. 8o8.5o8-W7SiL6 

Worcester, Samuel : A fourth book of lessons 
for reading. i2mo. Boston 1841. 

808.508-W923 



Gift-Books and Annuals. 



Amaranth, or Token of remembrance. A Christ- 
mas and New Year's gift for 1848. i2mo. 
Boston 1848. 808.82-A485 

Christian keepsake and missionary annual. Edi- 
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Phila. 2 vols. 808.82-CS55 

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4to. Phila. 769.8-D536 

English Annual. For 1837. 8vo. London 
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808.82-M198G 

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Youth's keepsake. A Christmas and New Year's 
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Song Books. 



Adam, Charles D. G. The young ladies' vocal 
album: A collection of choruses, trios, [etc.]. 
8vo. Buffalo 1856. 68-5-iAd 

Albyn's anthology. See Campbell, Alexander: 

784.4-C187 

Alpine glee singer. See Bradbury, William B. 

68-5-iBr 

American musical class book. See Bissell, T. 

68-5-iBi 



American musical journal. Vol. i. N. Y. 
1834-35- 68-5-iA 

Baker, Benjamin F. and L. H. Southard. The 
union glee book: Consisting of glees, quar- 
tetts, and part songs, selected and arranged 
from the best European and American compo- 
sers. i2mo.ob. Boston 1852. 68-S-1B2 

Bissell, T. The American musical class book; 
designed for the use of female colleges, institu- 
tes, seminaries, and normal and high schools. 
i6mo.ob. Boston [1859]. 68-5-iBi 



Song Books. 



Boston melodeon. See White, Edward L. 

68-5-iW 

Bradbury, William B. The Alpine glee singer: 

A complete collection of secular music in four 

vocal parts, for choirs, singing classes, and 

musical societies. Svo.ob. N.Y. 1850. 

68-5-iBr 
Csecilia. See Lasar, Sigismond: 68-5-iL 

Camp, Harvey C. The Masonic choralist : A 
collection of odes, chants, marches, and other 
musical services for the use of the Blue Lodge. 
Svo. N.Y. [1878]. 784.6-C186 

Campbell, Alexander : Editor. Albyn'santhol- 
ogYi or A select collection of the melodies and 
vocal poetry peculiar to Scotland and the 
Isles. The modem Scottish and English verses 
adapted to the Highland, Hebridean, and 
Lowland melodies. Written by Walter Scott, 
Esq. and other living poets of the iirst emi- 
nence. 2v0ls.ini., folio. Edinburgh i8i 6. 

784.4-C187 

Carpenter, Edward : Editor. Chants of la- 
bour: A song book of the people. With music. 
London [1897]. Paper. P784.89-C295 

Cassel, Flora Hamilton. White ribbon vibra- 
tions. [Songs with music. Pub. by the W. 
C. T. U.] Svo. paper. Hastings, Neb. 1890. 

P784.8-C344 

Chrismas carols, or Sacred songs suited to the 
festival of our Lord's nativity, with appropri- 
ate music. [Published by the Society for 
Promoting Christian Knowledge.] 8vo. Lon- 
don 1850. 783.6-S678 

Cook, T. J. and T. E. Perkins. The oriental 
glee and anthem book. lamo.ob. N.Y. [i86i]. 

68-5-1 C 

Corfe, Joseph : The beauties of Handel. Con- 
sisting of upwards of one hundred and fifty of 
his most favorite songs, duetts, and trios, se- 
lected from the various works of this great 
master. Arranged [etc.] by Jos. Corfe. 3 vols 
4to.ob. London n. d. 784.8-H236 

2. The beauties of Purcell. Consisting of the 
most favorite songs, duetts, trios, selected from 
the various works of that great master. Re- 
vised [etc.] by Jos. Corfe. 2 vols. 4to.ob. 
London n. d. 784.8-P985 

D'Urfey, Thomas : See Wit and mirth, or Pills 
to purge melancholy. 6 vols. i2mo. Lon- 
don 1719-20. 784.3-D958 

Franklin Square song collection. Selected by 
J. P. McCaskey. No. i to No. 8. 8 vols. 8vo. 
N. Y. «.^. 784.8-F834 

Garretson, Ferd. V. D. Carmina Yalensia: A 
complete and accurate collection of Yale col- 
lege songs with piano accompaniment. 4to. 
N. Y. [1867]. 784.6-G239 

Glee hive. See Mason, Lowell: 68-5-iMa2 



Handel. See Corfe, Josiah: 



784.8-H236 



Harmonicon. A journal of music. Vol. i. Part 
2, containing a collection of vocal and instru- 
mental music. 4to. London 1823. 

784.8-H288 



Heinrich, A. P. The dawning of music in Ken- 
tucky, or The pleasures of harmony in the 
solitudes of nattire. Folio. Phila. n. d. 

786.4-H469 

Husk, William Henry : Editor. Songs of the 
Nativity; being Christmas carols, ancient and ■ 
modern. i2mo. Loudon n. d. 783.6-H971 

Johnson, Helen Kendrick : Editor. Our fam- 
iliar songs and those who made them. R8vo. 
N.Y. 1881. 784.8-J67 

Lasar, Sigismond: CfEcilia: A collection of 
vocal music for seminaries, institutes, classes, 
etc. i2mo.ob. Boston [i860]. 68-5-iL 

Marsh, J. B. I. Editor. The story of the Jubi- 
lee singers; with their songs. 7th edn. i2mo. 
London 1877. 784.7-M365 

Mason, Lowell : and George James Webb. 
The glee hive : A collection of glees and part 
songs ; selected and arranged for the use of 
the musical conventions, teachers' institutes, 
and classes of the Boston Academy of Music. 
i2mo.ob. N. Y. [1851]. 68-5-iMa2 

Moore, Thomas : A selection of Irish melo- 
dies, with symphonies and accompaniments 
by Sir John Stevenson, and characteristic 
words by Thomas Moore. 2 vols, [in I.] 8vo. 
Dublin n. d. 784.4-R659 

Oliphant, Thomas : La Mtisa Madrigalesca, 
or A collection of madrigals, ballets, rounde- 
lays, etc., chiefly of the Elizabethan age; with 
remarks and annotations by Thomas Oliphant. 
i2mo. London 1837. 784.1-O47 

Oriental glee and anthem book. See Cook, T.J. 

68-5-1 C 
Original Scottish airs. See Thomson, G. 

784.4-T483 

Palmer, Horatio Richmond : The song queen: 

A collection of music for singing classes, 

choirs, conventions, [etc.] i2mo.ob. Chicago 

1868. 68-5-iP 

Purcell, Henry : 5^^ Corfe, Joseph: 784.8-R985 

Songs and lyrics for little lips. Set to music 
by W. H. Cummings and others. lUus. by 
W. A. Cranston and others 4to. London n. d 

784.89-S698 

Song queen. See Palmer, H. R. 68-5-iP 

Taylor, James B, Compiler. The manual of 
Masonic music. 8vo. N.Y. 1856. 784.6-T242 

Thomson, G. Editor. A select collection of orig- 
inal Scottish airs for the voice. Including up- 
wards of one hundred new songs by Burns. 
Folio. London [1799]. 784.4-T483 

Turle, James : and Edward Taylor. Editors. 
People's music book. 3rd pt. Secular music. 
8vo. London 1844. 784.8-T941 

Union glee book. See Baker, Benjamin F. 

68-5-1B2 

Waite, Henry Randall : Editor. Carmina 
CoUegensia. A complete collection of the 
songs of the American colleges. 8vo. Boston 
[1876]. 784.6-W145 



s 



Song Books. 



White, Edward L. The Boston melodeon: A 
collection of secular melodies, consisting of 
songs, glees, rounds, catches, etc. Including 
many of the most popular pieces of the day ; 
arranged and harmonized for four voices, 
lamo.ob. (Vol.2.) Boston [1852]. 68-5-iW 



Whittemore, E. E. and O. Blackman. Graded 
singers. Book three. I^or grammar, interme- 
diate , or district schools [etc. ] . 8vo. Cincin- 
nati [1873]. 68-5-iWh 

Young ladies' vocal album. See Adam, Charles 
D. G. 68-5-iAd 



Hymns and Sacred Songs. 

Under this head are included all collections of hymns, sacred songs, and 
metrical versions of the Psalms, whether accompanied by music or not. Where a 
book is devoted to the work of a single author it is also entered under the name 
of the author in one of the two sections devoted to English and American individ- 
ual writers. Most sacred poetry, generally so designated, and many hymns, will 
be found scattered through the works of individual authors on subsequent pages. 



Ancient devotional poetry. Now first published 
from a manuscript of the XVIth or XVIIth 
century. (Preface signed "G. S.") 8vo. Lon- 
don 1844. 24S-S111 

Baker, Benjamin F. and others. Melodia 
sacra: A complete collection of church music, 
etc. i2mo.ob. Boston 1852. 68-5-iB 

2. The Boston musical education society's col- 
lection of church music: Consisting of origi- 
nal psalm and hymn tunes, select pieces, 
chants, etc. 4th edn. i2mo.ob. Boston 1843. 

68-5-1B3 

Baptist hymn and tune book. See Evans, 
John M. 783.9-E92 

Belcher, Joseph: Historical sketches of hymns, 
their writers, and their influence. i2mo, Al- 
bany 1873. 245.09-B427 

Bliss, Philip P. and Ira D. Sankey. Gospel 
hymns and sacred songs. 8vo. N.Y. [1875]. 

68-5-iBi 

Bonar, Horatius : Hymns of faith and hope. 
i6mo. N.Y. 1862. 245-B699H 

Boston Academy's collection of church music; 
Consisting of the most popular psalm and 
hymn tunes, anthems, sentences, chants, etc. 
8th edn. i2mo.ob. Boston 1842. 68-5-iBo 

Boston musical education society's collection of 
church music. See Baker, Benjamin F. 

68-5-1B3 

Butterworth, Hezekiah : The story of the 
hymns, or Hymns that have a history. i2mo. 
N.Y. [1875], 245-B988 

C, C. W. Original hymns. 32mo. paper. 
London 1879. P245-C111O 

Campbell, John Douglas S. (Marquis of 
Lome. ) The Book of psalms. Literally rend- 
ered in verse. 2nd edn. i2mo. London 1877. 

223.2-C188 

Carmina sacra. See Mason, Lowell: 68-5-iMa 

Cathedral chants. See Hayter, A.U. 68-5-iHa 

Cheyne, Rev. T. K. Tr. The Book of psalms. 

i6mo. London 1884. 223,2-C53i 

Church chorals and choir studies. See Willis, 

R. S. 68-5-iWi 



Domestic and social harp: A collection of tunes 
and hymns. Intended for family and chapel 
use. i6mo.ob. Hartford 1848. 68-5-iWoo 

Evans, John M. The Baptist hymn and tune 
book, for public worship. Music adapted and 
arranged by John M. Evans. 8vo. Phila. 
[1873]. 783.9-E92 

Gospel hymns and sacred songs. See Bliss, P.P. 

68-5-iBi 

Gospel male choir. See McGranahan, James: 

68-5-iM 

Hastings, H. L. Songs of pilgrimage. A 
hymnal for the churches of Christ. i2mo. 
Boston 1886. 783.9-H357 

Hastings, Thomas : and William B. Brad- 
bury. The New York choralist: A new and 
copious collection of psalm and hymn tunes, 
etc. lamo.ob. N. Y. [1847]. 68-5-iH 

2. Psalmista, or choir melodies. An extensive 
collection of new and available church music. 
i2mo.ob. N.Y. 1851. 68-5-1H2 

Hayter, A. U. A selection of cathedral chants, 
adapted to the service of the Protestant Epis- 
copal Church in the United States. Together 
with services for the communion. i2mo.ob. 
Boston [1843]. 68-S-lHa 

Hutchins, Charles L. The Canticles. With 
the Te Deum, office of Holy Communion, and 
other services of the church. i2mo. Hart- 
ford 1872. 783.5-H974 

2. A church hymnal. i5mo. Buffalo 1870. 

245-H974 

3. A church hymnal. 3rd edn. i2mo. Buffalo 
1870. 783.9-H974 

4. Hymnal. According to the use of the Protes- 
tant Episcopal Church in the United States of 
America. 8vo. (210 copies printed.) [Buf- 
falo] 1872. 245-H996 

5. The Sunday school hymnal. i2mo. Buffalo 



1871. 



783.7-H974 



Hymns of the Ages: Being selections from Lyra 
Catholica, Germanica, Apostolica, and other 
sources. 3 vols. l2mo. Boston 1865-66. 

245-W6I5 



Hymns and Sacred Songs. 



Jones, Rev. S. Flood : Westminster Abbey 
special evening service and festival book, 
lamo. London 1867. 783-9-J79 

Julian, John : Editor. A dictionary of hymn- 
ology, setting forth the origin and history of 
Christian hymns of all ages and nations. 8vo. 
London 1892. 245.03-J94 

Ken, Bishop : Bishop Ken's Christian Year, 
or H)Tnns and poems for the holy days and 
festivals of the church. 8vo. London 1868. 

245-K;33 

Long, Rev. Edwin M. Illustrated history of 

hymns and their authors. 8vo. Phila. [1882]. 

245.09-L848 

Lute of Zion. See Woodbury, I. B. 68-5-1 Wo 

Luther, Martin : The hymns of Martin Luther 
set to their original melodies, with an English 
version. 8vo. N. Y. 1883. Edited by Leonard 
W. Bacon and Nathan H. Allen. 783.9-L973 

McGranahan, James : The gospel male choir. 
i2mo.ob. Cincinnati [1878]. 68-5-iM 

MacKellar, Thomas : Hymns and a few metri- 
cal psalms. i2mo. Phila. 1883. 245-M154H 

2. Faith, hope, love, these three: Hymns and 
metrical psalms. 3rd. edn. i2mo. Phila. 
1893. 245-M154P 



Marquis of Lome. 
lasS. 



See Campbell, John Doug- 
223.2-C188 



Mason, Lowell : Carmina sacra, or Boston 
collection of church music. i2mo.ob. Bos- 
ton 1852. 68-5-iMa 

Mason, Lowell : and George James Webb. 
The national psalmist: A collection of the 
most popular and useful psalm and hjrmn 
tunes, etc. i2mo.ob. Boston 1848. 

68-5-iMa3 

May, Caroline : Hymns on the collects for 
every Sunday in the year. i2mo. N. Y. 
[1872]. 24S-M466H 

Melodia sacra. See Baker, Benjamin E. 

68-5-iB 

Merrick, James : A version of the Psalms. 
Originally written by the late Reverend James 
Merrick. Divided into stanzas, and adapted 
to the purposes of public or private devotion 
by the Reverend William Dechair Tattersall. 
4to. London 1797. 223.2-M568 

Methodist hymnal. A collection of hymns for 
the use of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Principally from the collection of the Rev. 
John Wesley. Revised and corrected, with a 
supplement. i2mo. N. Y. 1838. 245-M592 

Morgan, D. T. Tr. Hymns and other poetry 
of the Latin Church. Arranged according to 
the calendar of the Church of England. i2mo. 
London 1880. 245-M847 

National psalmist. See Mason, Lowell: 

68-5-iMa3 

New York Choralist. See Hastings, Thomas: 

68-5-iH 



Playford, John : The whole Book of Psalms, 
with the usual hymns and spiritual songs. 
i8th edn. i2mo. London 1729. 783.9-P723 

Prime, William C. Editor. O Mother dear 
Jerusalem! The old hymn, its origin and ge- 
nealogy. 3rd edn. i2mo. N. Y. 1867. 

245-P953 

Psalmista, or Choir melodies. See Hastings, 
Thomas. 68-5-1 H2 

Rich, Thomas Hill : A metrical rendering of 
the second psalm. i2mo.ob. Auburn, Me. 
1888. P223.5-R499 

Rider, George T. Editor. Plain music for the 
book of common prayer: Being a complete 
collection of sacred music for the worship of 
the Protestant Episcopal Church, designed 
especially for congregational use. 8vo. N.Y. 
1858. 783.2-R544 

Root, George F. The young ladies' choir: A 
collection of sacred music. Designed for the 
use of the seminary and social circle. i6mo.ob. 
N.Y. 1846. 68-5-iR 

Schaff, Philip : Christ in song. Hymns of Im- 
manuel selected from all ages with notes by 
Philip Schafl. i2mo. London 1870. 245-S296 

Selections from the Psalms of David in metre, 
with hymns. Suited to the feasts and fasts of 
the Church and other occasions of public wor- 
ship. (Authorized 1832.) i2mo. n. p , n. d. 

245-S464 

Shipley, Orby : Editor. Lyra Mystica: Hymns 
and verses on sacred subjects, ancient and 
modern. i6mo. London 1865. 245-S557 

Songs of the Church, or Hymns and tunes for 
Christian worship. 8vo. N. Y. 1864. 

783.9-R658 

Surrey Chapel music. A collection of anthems, 
chants, introductory pieces, psalm and hymn 
tunes, by eminent composers; with an accom- 
paniment for the organ or pianoforte by Vin- 
cent Novello. 4to. London [1847]. 

783-N939 

Turle, James : and Edward Taylor. Editors. 
The People's Music Book. Part i. A collec- 
tion of psalm and hymn times. 8vo. London 
1844. 783.9-T941 

2. The People's Music Book. Part 2. Sacred 
music. Comprising anthems by the most 
eminent English composers, hymns, etc. 4to. 
London 1844. 783.4-T941 

Victorian hymns. English sacred songs of fifty 
years. i2mo. London 1887. 245-V645 

Watts, Isaac : An arrangement of the psalms, 
hymns, and spiritual songs of the Rev. Isaac 
Watts. To which is added a supplement of 
more than three hundred hymns from the best 
authors, including all the hymns of Dr. Watts, 
adapted to public worship by James M. Win- 
chell. Improved by the addition of two hund- 
red hymns. i2mo. Boston, n. d. 245-W349 

Willis, Richard Storrs : Church chorals and 
choir studies. Svo. N. Y. 1850. 68-5-1 Wi 



Hymns and Sacred Songs. 



Wither, George : Exercises upon tiie first 
Psalm, both in prose and verse. [From edn. 
of 1620]. (Spencer Society Pubs. No. 34, 
1882.) 223.6-W822E 

2. Haleluiah, or Britans second remembrancer. 
[1641.] (Spencer Society Pubs. Nos. 26 and 
27. 1879.) 245-W822H2 

3. Hallelujah, or Britain's second remembran- 
cer. With an introduction by Edward Farr. 
i6mo. London 1857. 245-W822H 

4. The hymnes and songs of the church. [From 
edition of 1623.] (Spencer Society Pubs. No. 
30, 1881.) 245-W822 



5. Hymns and songs of the church. With an 
introduction by Edward Farr. i2mo. Lon- 
don 1856, 245-W822A 

6. The Psalms of David translated into lyrick- 
verse. [From edition of 1532.] (Spencer So- 
ciety Pubs. Nos. 31 and 32. 1881.) 

223.5-W822 

Woodbury, Isaac Baker : The lute of Zion. A 
collection of sacred music, designed for the 
use of the Methodist Episcopal Church. i2mo. 
ob. N.Y. [1853.] 68-5-iWo 



Young ladies' choir. 



See Root, George F. 

68-s-iR 



TPranBlations in Verse 

from Greek and Latin Ciassics. 

These books are also entered under the name of the translator in the list of 
English and American individual writers. 



Anacreon. Genuine fragments. With Thomas 
Stanley's translation. Edited by A. H. Bullen. 
Illustrated by J. R. Weguelin. 8vo. London 
1893. 884-A936B 

Apuleius. The works of Apuleius. A new 
translation. To which are added, A metrical 
version of Cupid and Psyche [by Hudson 
Gurney], and Mary Tighe's Psyche. Bohn. 
i2mo. London i856. 878-A655 

Aratus. The Phenomena and Diosemeia of Ara- 
tus. Tr. into English verse by John Lamb. 
8vo. London 1848. 881-A653 

Athenaeus. The Deipnosophists, or Banquet of 
the learned, of Athenaeus. Literally tr. by C. 
D. Yonge. With an appendix of poetical 
fragments, rendered into English verse by 
various authors. 3 vols. Bohn. i2mo. Lon- 
don 1854. 888-A867 

Babrius. The fables of Babrius. Tr. into Eng- 
lish verse from the text of Sir G. C. Lewis by 
Rev. James Davies. i6mo. London i85o. 

888-B115 

Callimachus. The works of Hesiod, Callimac- 
hus, and Theognis. Literally tr. into English 
prose by Rev. J. Banks. To which are ap- 
pended the metrical tr. of Elton, Tytler, and 
Frere. Bohn. i2mo. London 185J6. 

880.8-H584 

Catullus. The poems of Catullus and TibuUus, 
and the Vigil of Venus. A literal prose tr. 
with notes, by Walter K. Kelly. To which 
are added the metrical versions of Lamb and 
Grainger, with a selection of versions by other 
writers. Bohn. i2mo. London 1854. 

874-C369 

Euripides. The Medea of Euripides. Tr. from 
the Greek into English verse by John Patter- 
son. i2mo. Louisville [1894]. 882-E89M 

Hesiod. See Homer's Batrachomyomachia. 
Hesiod's Works and Days, [p. 139]. Mu- 
saeus' Hero and Leander. Juvenal's Fifth sa- 
tire. Tr. by George Chapman. i2mo. Lon- 
don 1858. 883.1-5BC 



2. The works of Hesiod, Callimachus, and The- 
ognis. Literally tr. into English prose by 
Rev. J. Banks. To which are appended the 
metrical tr. of Elton, Tytler, and Frere. Bohn. 
i2mo. London 1856. 880.8-H584 

Homer. Homeric ballads and Comedies of Lu- 
cian. Tr. by William Maginn. Annotated 
by Dr. Shelton Mackenzie. i2mo. N.Y. 1856. 

884-M194 

2. Homer's Batrachomymachia, hymns and epi- 
grams. Hesiod's Works and Days. Musaeus' 
Hero and Leander. Juvenal's Fifth satire. 
Tr. by George Chapman. i2mo. London 
1858. 883.1-5BC 

3. Iliad, book iv. See Translations in verse 
from Homer and Virgil, by J. M. Harper, 
[pp. 1-20.] i6mo. Montreal 1888. 

883-H766H 

4. The Iliad of Homer. Tr. into English blank 
verse, by William CuUen Bryant. 2 vols. 8vo. 
Boston 1871. 883.1-5IB 

5. The Iliads of Homer, prince of poets, never 
before in any language truly translated; with 
a comment on some of his chief places. By 
George Chapman. 2nd edn. 2 vols. i2mo. 
London 1865. 883.1-5IC 

6. The Iliad of Homer. Rendered into English 
blank verse by Edward, Earl of Derby. 3rd 
edn. 2 vols. i2mo. N.Y. 1866. 883.1-5ID 

7. The Iliad of Homer. A tr. by J. G. Cordery 
New edn. i2mo. London 1890. 883.1-5IC0 

8. The Iliad of Homer. Tr. by Alexander Pope. 
With observations on Homer and his works 
and brief notes by the Rev. J. S. Watson. Il- 
lustrated with the entire series of Flaxman's 
designs. Bohn. i2mo. London 1867. 

883.1-5IP 

9. The Iliad of Homer. Tr. by Alexander Pope. 
New edn. 3 vols. 8vo. London 1802. 

883.1-5IP2 



Translations from the Classics. 



10. The Iliad of Homer: Books i to 4. Tr. into 
English hexameter verse by Henry Smith 
Wnght. 8vo. Cambridge 1885. 883.1-5IW 

11. The Odessey of Homer. Tr. into English 
blank verse by William CuUen Bryant. 2 vols. 
8vo. Boston 1871. 883.1-5OB 

12. The Odessey of Homer. Tr. into English 
verse by William Morris. 2 vols. 8vo. Ivon- 
don 1887. 883.1-5OM0 

13. The Odessey of Homer. Tr. by Alexander 
Pope.. To which are added, The Battle of the 
frogs and mice, by Pamell; and the Hymns by 
Chapman and others. With observations and 
brief notes by the Rev. J. S. Watson. Illus- 
trated with the entire series of Flaxman's de- 
signs. i2mo. Bohn. I<ondon 1867. 

883.1-5OP 

14. The Odessey of Homer. Tr. by Alexander 
Pope. New edn. 2 vols. 8vo. London 1802. 

883.1-5OP2 

Horace. The odes of Horace. Complete in 
English rhyme and blank verse. By Henry 
Hubbard Pierce. i2mo. Phila. 1884. 

874-H811OP 

2. Horatian echoes. Translations of the odes of 
Horace by John Osborne Sargent. i2mo. 
Boston 1893. 874-H811OS 

3. The odes of Horace. Tr. into English by W. 
E.Gladstone. 8vo. N.Y. 1894. 874-H811OG 

4. The odes and epodes of Horace. Tr. literally 
and rhythmically by W.Sewell. Bohn. i2mo. 
London 1850. 874-H811OS4 

Juvenal. See Homer's Batrachomyomachia, 
hytnns and epigrams. Hesiod's Works and 
Days. Musaeus' Hero and Leander. Juve- 
nal's Fifth Satire, [p. 239 J. Tr. by George 
Chapman. i2mo. London 1858. 883.1-5BC 

Lucan. Pharsalia. Tr. into English verse by 
Nicholas Rowe. 3rd edn. 2 vols. i6mo. 
London MCCCLHI. [i753]- 873-L932R8 

Lucretius. The nature of things, a didascalic 
poem. Tr. from the Latin, with commentaries 
and the life of Epicurus, by Thomas Busby. 
2 vols in r. fo. London 1813. 871-L942N 

Mancinus. The mirrour of good maners con- 
teining the foure cardinal vertues. Compiled 
in Latin by Dominike Mancin, and tr. into 
English by Alexander Barclay, 1570. (Spen- 
ser Society Pubs. No. 38, 1885. ) fo. 

821.3-B244 

Manilius. Thefivebooksof M. Manilius: Con- 
taining a system of the ancient astronomy and 
astrology; together with the Philosophy of the 
Stoicks. Done into English verse. [By Tho- 
mas Creech], i2mo. London 1697. 871-M278 

Martial. The epigrams of Marcus Valerius 
Martial, in twelve books. With a comment 
by James Elphinston. 4to. London 1782. 

877-M378E 



2. The epigrams of Martial. Translated into 
English prose. Each accompanied by one or 
more verse translations, from the works of 
English poets and various other sources. Bohn. 
i2mo. London 1865. 877-M378 

Mifflin, Lloyd: Tr. Echoes of Greek idyls. 
i2mo. Boston 1899. 884.08-M633 

Musaeus. See Homer's Batrachomyomachia. 
Hesiod's Works and Days. Musaeus' Hero 
and Leander. [p. 209]. Juvenal's Fifth Sa- 
tire. Tr. by George Chapman. i2mo. Lon- 
don 1858. 883.1-5BC 

Perry, Lilla Cabot : Tr. From the garden of 
Hellas : Translations into verse from the Greek 
anthology. i2mo. N.Y. [1891.] 

881.08-P463 

Pindar. The odes of Pindar, literally translated 
into English prose by Dawson W. Turner. To 
which is adjoined a metrical version by Abra- 
ham Moore. Bohn. i2mo. London 1868. 

884-P648T 

2. Odes of Pindar in celebration of victors in 
the Olympic, Pythian, Nemean, and Isthmian 
games. Tr. from the Greek; including those 
by Mr. Gilbert West and Henry James Pye. 
The whole completed by Francis Lee. 4to. 
London 18 10. 884-P648 

Seneca. The tenne tragedies of Seneca. Tr. 
into English. [From edition of 1581]. (Spen- 
ser Society Pubs. Nos. 43 and 44, 1887.) 

872-S475 

Theocritus. Theocritus. Tr. into English verse 
[by C. S. Calverley]. 3rd edn. i2mo. Lon- 
don 1892. 884-T386 

Theognis. See The works of Hesiod, Callima- 
chus, and Theognis. Literally tr. into English 
prose by Rev. J. Banks. To which are appen- 
ded the metrical translation of Elton, Tytler, 
and Frere. Bohn. i2mo. London 1856. 

880.8-H584 

Tibullus. The poems of Catullus and Tibullus, 
and the vigil of "Venus. A literal prose tr. with 
notes by Walter K. Kelly. To which are added 
the metrical versions of Lamb and Grainger, 
and a selection of versions by other writers. 
Bohn. i2mo. London 1854. 874-C369 

Tryphiodorus. The destruction of Troy. Being 
the sequel of the Iliad. Tr. from the Greek of 
Tryphiodorus, with notes, by J. Merrick. 8vo. 
Oxford [1739]. 888-T876 

Virgil. Aeneid, books i-ii. See Translations 
in verse from Homer and Virgil by J. M. Har- 
per, (pp. 21-64). i6mo. Montreal 1888. 

883-H766H 

2. The Aeneid of Virgil. Tr. into English verse 
by John Conington. From the 6th English 
edn. i2mo. N.Y. n. d. 873.1-5AC0 

3. The Aeneid of Virgil. Tr. into English verse 
by John Conington. 3rd edn. i2mo. Lon- 
don 1870. 873.1-5AC03 



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Translations from the Classics. 



. The Aeneid of Virgil. Tr. into English blank 
verse by Christopher Pearse Cranch. 8vo. Bos- 
ton 1872. 873.5ACr 

. Virgil's Aeneid. Tr. literally, line by line, 
into English dactylic hexameter by Rev. Oliver 
Crane. 8vo. N. Y. 1888. Sys.sACra 



6. Virgil's Aeneid. The first six books tr. into 
English rh3Tne by Henry Hamilton. lamo. 
N. y. 1889. 873.5AH 

The Aeneids of Virgil. Tr. into English verse 



by William Morris. i2mo. 



London 1876. 

873.5AM 

8. The works of Virgil. Tr. by John Dryden. 
lamo. Edinburgh 1870. 873.3EDr 



Translations of Oriental Poetry. 

In this section are placed all translations from the poetry of Arabia, 
Persia, India, Japan, China and adjacent countries. A second entry has been 
made under the name of the translator in one of the sections devoted to English 
or American individual writers. 



Alagiyavanna Mohottala. Kusa Jatakaya, a 
Buddhistic legend. (An eastern love-story.) 
Rendered into English verse from the Sinhalese 
by Thomas Steele. i2mo. London 1871. 

891.48-A316 

Alger, William Rounseville : The poetry of 
the Orient. i6mo. Boston 1874. 890.81-A395 

Arnold, Sir Edwin : The Gulistan, being the 
rose-garden of Shaikh Sa'di. Tr. in prose 
and verse. From the Persian. i2mo. N.Y. 
1889. 891.55-S125G2 

2. Indian Idylls from the Sanskrit of the Ma- 
habharata. lamo. Boston 1883. 821.3-A753I 

Chamberlain, Basil Hall : Classical poetry of 
the Japanese. (Trubner's Oriental Series.) 
8vo. London 1880. 895.31-C443 

Clouston, William Alexander : Arabian po- 
etry for English readers. i2mo. Glasgow 
1881. 892.71-C647 

Dickens, Frederick Victor : Hyak nin is 'shiu. 
Stanzas by a century of poets, being Japanese 
lyrical odes tr. into English, with notes; the 
text in Japanese and Roman characters. 8vo. 
London 1866. 895.31-D548 

Dutt, Torn : Ancient ballads and legends of 
Hindustan. Memoir by Edmund W. Gosse. 
i6mo. London 1882. 891.11-D979 



Griffith, Ralph Thomas 
from the Sanskrit. 8vo. 



Hotchkiss : Idylls 
London 1866. 

891.2-G854 

Hafiz-i-Shirazi. Selections from his poems. 
Tr. from the Persian by Herman Bicknell. 
4to London 1875. 891.55-H139B 

Haji Abdu Al-Yazdi. TheKasidah, (Couplets) 
of Haji Abdu Al-Yazdi. Translated and anno- 
tated by his friend and pupil F. B. [Francis 
Burton] 4to sq. London 1894. 821.3-B974K 

Jami. Yusuf and Zulaikha. Tr. from the Per- 
sian into English verse by Ralph T. H. Griffith. 
8vo. London 1882. 891.55-132 



Jayadeva. The Indian song of songs. Prom 
the Sanskrit of the Gita Govinda of Jayadeva, 
with other oriental poems. By Edwin Arnold. 
i2mo. London 1875. 82i.3-A753ln 

Khush hal Khan Khatak. Afghan poetry of 
the seventeenth century; being selections from 
the poems of Khush hal Khan Khatak; with 
trs. and grammatical introduction. Edited 
and compiled by C. E. Biddulph. 4to. Lon- 
don 1890. 891.58-K45 

Legge, James: The She King, or The book 
of ancient poetry. Tr. in English verse with 
essays and notes. (Chinese classics, Vol. 3.) 
8vo. London 1876. 895.2-S539 

Lyall, Charles James : Translations of ancient 
Arabian poetry, chiefly prae-islamic, with an 
introduction and notes. 8vo. Edinburgh 
1885. 892.71-L981 

McClatchie, Thomas R. H. Japanese Plays, 
(Versified) . With illustrations drawn and en- 
graved by Japanese artists. 8vo. Yokohama 
1879. 895.32-M126 

More, Paul Elmer : A century of Indian epi- 
grams chiefly from the Sanskrit of Bhartrihari. 
Boston 1898. 891.2-M835 

Muir, John: Metrical translations from San- 
skrit writers; with an introduction, prose ver- 
sions, and parallel passages from classical au- 
thors. 8vo. London 1879. 891.2-M953 

Omar Khayyam. Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, 
the astronomer poet of Persia. Rendered into 
English verse [by Edward Fitzgerald.] 8vo. 
London 1872. 891.S5-O54R 

2. Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. Rendered into 
English verse [by Edward Fitzgerald.] First 
American, from the third London edn. i6mo 
Boston 1878. 891.55-O54R2 

3. TheRubaiyatof Omar Khayyam: Rendered 
into English verse by Edward Fitzgerald; with 
the address of John Hay at the Omar Khay- 
yam Club, London. i6mo.ob. Roycroft Press, 
East Aurora, 1899. 094-O54 



Translations of Oriental Poetry. 



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4. The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. Compris- 
ing the metrical trs. by Edward Fitzgerald and 
E. H. Whinfield, and the prose version of Jus- 
tin Huntly McCarthy. 8 vo. Boston 1900. 

89I-55-054R4 

5. Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. English, 
French, and German trs. comparatively ar- 
ranged in accordance with the text of Edward 
Fitzgerald's version. Ed. by Nathan Haskell 
Dole. (Variorum edn.) 8vo. 2 vols. Boston 
1896. 891.55-O54R3 

6. The quatrains of Omar Khayyam. The Per- 
sian text with an English verse tr'n. by E. H. 
Whinfield. (Trubner's Oriental Series). 8vo. 
London 1883. 891.55-O54Q 



7. The Quatrains of Omar Khayyam of Nisha- 
pour. Now first completely done in English 
verse with a biographical and critical introduc- 
tion by John Payne. 8vo. London 1898. 
(Printed for the Villon Society.) 891.55-O54 

Robinson, Samuel : Persian poetry for English 
readers. Being specimens of Perdusi, Nizami, 
Sadi, Jelel-ad-din Rumi, Hafiz, and Jami. 
i2mo. Glasgow 1883. 891.S5-R664 

Sadi of Shiraz. The Gulistan, or Rose-garden. 
Tr. (etc.) from the Atish Kadah, by Edward 
B. Eastwick. 2nd edn. 8vo. Bo.ston 1880. 

891.55-S125 



Translations of European Poetry. 

Includes translations from the poetry of all the continental European 
countries. A second entry will be found under the name of the translator in 
one of the sections devoted to individual English or American writers. 



Ariosto, Lodovico : Orlando Furioso. Tr. 
from the Italian with notes by John Hoole. 
2nd edn. 8vo. 5 vols. London 1785. 

85I-A7I20 

2. Orlando Furioso. Tr. from the Italian with 
notes, by William Stewart Rose. lamo. 2 
vols. Bohn. London 1864. 851-A712O2 

Auersperg, Anton Alexander, c»unt von : The 
last knight, a romance-garland. Tr. from the 
German of Anastasius Griin, with notes, by 
John O. Sargent. 8vo. N. Y. 1871. 

831.04-A917 

Bartas, Guillaume de Saluste du : DuBartas. 
His divine weekes and workes: With a com- 
plete collection of all the other most delight- 
ful workes, tr. and written by that famous 
philomusus Joshua Sylvester, Gent. With ad- 
ditions, folio. London 1641. 841-B283 

2. The Furies. Translated by James VI. of 
Scotland. See His Maj esties poetical exercises 
at vacant houres. 8vo. London [1591]. 

821.3-J28H 

3. 5^1? Considerations on Milton's early reading, 
and the prima stamina of his Paradise lost. 
In a letter to William Falconer from Charles 
Dunster. i2mo. London 1800. (Selections 
from Du Bartas; tr. by J. Sylvester, pp. 121- 
248.) 821.3-M662Z 

Beranger, Pierre Jean de : Songs from Be- 
ranger. Tr. in the original metres by Craven 
Langstroth Betts. i6mo. N. Y. 1888. 

841-B482S 

Bowring, John: (^Editor.) Cheskian antho- 
logy : Being a history of the poetical literature 
of Bohemia. With tr. specimens by John 
Bowring. i6mo. London 1832. 891.861-B788 

2. Servian popular poetry. Tr. by John Bow- 
ring. i2mo. London 1827. 891.821-B788 



3. Specimens of the Polish Poets, with notes and 
observations on the literature of Poland. l2mo. 
London 1827. 891.851-B78S 



Brandt, Sebastian : 
Alexander Barclay. 
1874. 



The ship of fools. Tr. by 

8vo. 2 vols. Edinburgh 

821.2-B821S 



Bremer, Fredrika : Life, letters, and posthu- 
mous works. Edited by her sister, Charlotte 
Bremer. Tr. from the Swedish by Fredr. 
Milow. The poetry marked with an asterisk 
tr. by Emily Nonnen. i2mo. N. Y. 1868. 
(Poems on pp. 407-439.) 839.708-B836 

Camoens, Luis de : The Lusiad; or. The dis- 
covery of India. An epic poem. Tr. from the 
original Portugese of Luis de Camoens, by 
William Julius Mickle. 4to. Oxford 1776. 

869.1-C185 

2. Os Lusiadas (The Lusiads) : Englished by 
Richard Francis Burton : ( Edited by his wife, 
Isabel Burton). i2mo. 2 vols. London 1880. 

869.1-C185L 

3. See Memoirs of the life and writings of Luis 
de Camoens by John Adamson. 2 vols. l2mo. 
London 1820. 920F-C185A 

Carus, Paul : De rerum natura. Tr. by Charles 
Alva Lane. Chicago 1895. P831-C329D 

Dante, Alighieri : The divine comedy. Tr. 
by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. i2mo. 
3 vols. Boston 1870. 851-D192DL 

2. The divine comedy. Tr. by Charles Eliot 
Norton. i2mo. 3 vols. Boston 1897. 

851-D192DN 

3. The divine comedy of Dante. Tr. into Eng- 
lish verse with notes, by John Augustine Wil- 
stach. 8vo. 2 vols. Boston 1888. 

851-D192DW 



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4. The divine comedy. Tr. into English verse 
by I. C. Wright. lUust. after designs by Flax- 
man. Bohn. i2mo. Ivondon 1867. 

Ssi-DigaDWr 

5. See Dante and his circle: With the Italian 
poets preceding him, (iioo-i20o-i3<x)). A 
collection of lyrics edited and tr. in the origi- 
nal metres by Dante Gabriel Rossetti. i2mo. 
Boston 1876. 851.08-R829 

6. Illustrations of the divine poem of Dante 
Alighieri by John Flaxman. With descrip- 
tions from the translation of the Rev. Henry 
Francis Gary. fo. London 1867. 

769.851-F592 

7. The vision, or Hell, purgatory, and paradise. 
Tr. by Henry Francis Gary. i2mo. London 
1870 851-D192VC 

8. The vision, or Hell, purgatory, and paradise. 
Tr. by Rev. Henry Francis Gary. 2 vols. 
(Being vols. 5 and 6 of Gary's Works.) i2mo. 
London 1850. 820.8-G332 

9. The new life. Tr. by Gharles Eliot Norton. 
R 8vo. Boston 1867. 851-D192NN 

10. The new life (La vita nuova.) Tr. by Dante 
Gabriel Rossetti. i6mo. (Siddal edition.) 
London 1899. 851-D192NR 

11. The ante-purgatorio of Dante Alighieri. Tr. 
by T. W. Parsons. Cambridge 1875. 

P85i-Di92An 

Garnett, Lucy M. J. tr. Greek folk-songs 
from tiie Ottoman provinces of Northern Hel- 
las. Literal and metrical trs. Classified, re- 
vised, and edited, with essays on the survival 
of pagnism and the science of folk-lore, by 
John Stuart-Glennie. 2nd edn. 8vo. Lon- 
don 1888. 398.8-G558 

Gazzoletti, Antonio : La patria dell' Italiano. 
The Italian's fatherland. Tr. from the Italian 
by Henry Phillips, Jr. (Original text and 
English tr.) fo. Phila. 1887. 851-G291P 

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von : The Poems 
of Goethe. Tr. with a sketch of Goethe's life, 
by Edgar A. Bowring. i2mo. London 1853. 

831-G599 

2. Illustrations to Goethe's Faust. Designed 
by Paul Konewka. The English text from 
Bayard Taylor's tr'n. fo. Boston 1871. 

769.831-K82 

Grun, Anastasius : See Auersperg, Anton A. 

Guileville, Guillaume de : The ancient poem 
of Guillaume de Guileville entitled "Le Peleri- 
nage del' Homme ' ' compared with the Pilgrim's 
progress of John Bunyan. Edited from notes 
collected by the late Mr. Nathaniel Hill. (In- 
cludes tr'n. by Dan John Lydgate.) 4to. Lon- 
don 1858. 841-G956P 

Guion, Jeanne-Marie Bouvier de la Moth« : 
Poems. Tr. by William Cowper. To which 
are added some original poems of Mr. Cowper 
not inserted in his works. 24mo. Phila. 
1804. 841-G989 



Heine, Heinrich : Poems of Heine complete. 
Tr., with a sketch of his life, by Edgar A. 
Bowring. i2mo. Bohn. London 1866. 

831-H468 

2. Poems and ballads. Tr. by Emma Lazarus. 
i2mo. N. Y. 1881 831-H468A 

3. Heine's book of songs. Compiled by Sir 
Theodore Martin and Edgar A. Bowring. 
i6mo. N. Y. 1885. 831-H468S 

Howells, William Dean : Modern Italian 
poets: Essays and versions. With portraits. 
i2mo. N. Y. 1887. 851.09-H859M 

Hugo, Victor : Translations from the poems 
of "Victor Hugo, by Henry Carrington. 2nd 
edn. 24mo. N. Y. 1887. 841-H895 

2. Selections, chiefly lyrical, from the poetical 
works of Victor Hugo. Collected by Henry 
Llewellyn Williams. i2mo. Bohn. London 
1885. §4i-H895S 

Crawford, John Martin : tr. The Kalevala, 
the epic poem of Finland. 8vo. 2 vols. 
N. Y. 1888. 894-C899 

Knortz, Karl : Editor. Rei)resentative Ger- 
man poems: Ballad and lyrical. 8vo. N.Y. 
1885. 831.04-K72 

Lockhart, John Gibson : tr. Ancient Spanish 
ballads, historical and romantic. i2mo. Bos- 
ton 1856. '861.04-L816A 

2. Ancient Spanish ballads, historical and ro- 
mantic. London 1870. 861.04-L816A2 

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth: The poets 
and poetry of Europe. With introductions 
and biographical notices. R8vo. Boston 1893. 

808.1-L853 

Luther, Martin : The hymns of Martin Luther 
set to their original melodies. With an Eng- 
lish version. Edited by Leonard Woolsey 
Bacon and Nathan H. Allen. 8vo. N.Y. 1883. 

783.8-L973 

M 'Gregor, Sir James : The Dean of Linsmore's 
book. A selection of ancient Gaelic poetry. 
(From a manuscript collection made in the 
beginning of the sixteenth century.) Edited 
with tr. and notes, by Thomas M'Lauchlan. 
8vo. Edinburgh 1862. 891.63-M147 

Mijatovich, Elodie Lawton : Kossovo: An 
attempt to bring Serbian national songs about 
the fall of the Serbian Empire at the battle of 
Kossovo, into one poem. i2mo. London 1881. 

891.821-M636 

Petofi, Alexander : Selections from the poems 
of Alexander Petofi. Tr. by H. Phillips, Jr. 
i6mo. Phila. 1885. 894-P492 

Phillips, Henry: Volk-songs. Tr. from the 
Acta comparationis litterarum universarum by 
Henry Phillips, Jr. i6mo. Phila. 1885. 

894-P559 

Ponce de Leon, Luis : Poems Tr. from the 
Spanish by Henry Phillips, Jr. i2mo. Phila 
1883. 861-P792 



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Prior, R. C. Alexander : 7>. Ancient Dan- 
ish ballads. Tr. from the originals, 8vo. 
3 vols. London i860. 839.81-P958 

Reuber, Karl : Poems and songs. Tr. by Prof. 
Slack Davis. Pittsburg, n. d. P831-R442 

RoUett, Hermann: Poems from the German 
of Rollett. Tr. by Henry Phillips, Jr. i6mo. 
Phila. 1887. 831-R752 

Rueckert, Friedrich: Wisdom of the Brah- 
min : A didactic poem. Tr. from the German 
by Charles T. Brooks. Books I-VI. i2mo. 
Boston 1882. 831-R912W 

Saluste du Bartas. 
Saluste du: 

Scheffel, Joseph Victor von : The trumpeter 
of Sakkingen : A song from the upper Rhine. 
Tr. from the German by Mrs. Francis Briin- 
now. i2mo. London 1877. 831-S316T 

Schiller, Friedrich von : Poems and ballads. 
Tr. by Edward Bulwer Lytton. See Schiller's 
complete works. Edited by C. J. Hempel. 2 
vols. 8vo. Phila. 1870. (Poems, Vol. i, 
pp. 49-152.) 830.S-S334 

2. Maid of Orleans. See Specimens of Swedish 
and German poetry. Tr. by J. E. D. Bethune. 
Pt. 2. 8vo. London 1848. 839.7-T261 

3 The song of the bell. Tr. by Thos. C. Zim- 
merman. 8vo. Reading 1889. P83i-^334S 

Soboleski, Paul : Editor. Poets and poetry of 
Poland. A collection of Polish verse; inclu- 
ding a short account of the history of Polish 
poetry, with sixty biographical sketches of 
Poland's poets and specimens of their compo- 
sition, translated into the English language. 
8vo. Chicago 1881. 891.831-8677 

Spalding, John Lancaster : Songs chiefly from 
the German. i2mo. Chicago 1896. 

831.08-S734 



Tasso, Torquato : Jerusalem delivered. An 
heroic poem. Tr. by Rev. J. H. Hunt. 8vo. 
2 vols. London 1818. 85i-T2i4j 

2. Jerusalem delivered. Tr. into English Spen- 
serian verse by J. H. Whiffen. i2mo. Lon- 
don 1864. 8si-T2i4j2 

Hersart de la Villemorque. Ballads and songs 
of Brittany. By Tom Taylor. Tr. from the 
"Bassaz-Breiz," with some of the original mel- 
odies harmonized by Mrs. Tom Taylor. Illus- 
trations by J. Tissot, J. E. Millais, ( and others. ) 
8vo. London 1865. 841.04-H569 

Tegner, Esaias : Eridthjof 's Saga. A Norse 
romance. Tr. from the Swedish by Thos. A. 
E. Holcomb and Martha A. Lyon Holcomb. 
2nd edn. i2mo. Chicago 1888. 839.6-T261 

2. The Frithiof Saga. A poem. Tr; from the 
Norwegian by the Rev. R. Muckleston. i2mo. 
London 1862. 839.6-M942 

3. See Specimens of Swedish and German poetry. 
Tr. by J. E. D. Bethune. Pt. i. 8vo. Lon- 
don 1848. 839.7-T261 

4. Tegner's Fridthjof's Saga. Tr. into English 
by George Stephens. See Viking tales of the 
North. Tr. by R. B. Andersonand J. Bjarnason. 
i2mo. Chicago 1877. 839.6-A549 

Uhland, Johann Ludwig: Poems. Tr. into 
English verse, with a short biographical me- 
moir of the poet, by William Collett Sandars. 
i2mo. London 1869. 831-U31 

Vacaresco, Helene : The bard of the Dimbo- 
vitza. Roumanian folk-songs, ist and 2nd 
series. Translated by Carmen Sylva and Alma 
Strettell. 8vo. London 1894. " 859.91-V114 

Verlaine, Paul : Poems. Tr. by Gertrude Hall. 

i2mo. Chicago 1895. 841-V521 

Waddington, Samuel : Editor. The sonnets 

of Europe. A volume of translations. i2mo. 

N. Y. «. d. 808.1-W118 

Winkworth, Catherine : Christian singers of 

Germany. i2mo. n.p., n. d. 245.09-W775 



Knglisl:! Poetry. 



This section includes the poetry of Great Britain and Ireland. Canadian 
and Australian poetry have been placed in seperate sections following the list of 
individual English poets. 



Collections of British Poetry. 



Abbey, Rev. C. J. Religious thought in old 
English verse. i2mo. London 1892. 

245-A124 

A Beckett, Gilbert Abbott : Editor. George 
Cruikshank's table-book. New edn. 8vo. 
London 1869. 827-C955T 

Adams, W. Davenport : Songs of society from 
Anne to Victoria. Edited, with notes and in- 
troduction, by W. Davenport Adams. i6mo. 
London 1880. 821.08-A219 



Adamson, John : Memoirs of the life and writ- 
ings of Luis de Camoens. 2 vols. i2mo. 
London 1820. (Contains tr. passages from the 
Lusiad.) 920.F-C185A 

Aikin, John : Essays on song-writing; with a 
collection of such English songs as are most 
eminent for poetical merit. A new edition, 
with additions and corrections, and a supple- 
ment, by R. H. Evans. i2mo. London 1810. 

821.08-A292 



i6 



English Poetry — Collected. 



Ancient devotional poetry. Devotional poetry. 
Now first published from a manuscript of the 
XVIth or XVIIth century. 8vo. London 
1846. (Preface signed "G. S.") 245-Siii 

Andrews, William : Editor. North country 
poets. Poems and biographies of natives or 
residents of Northumberland, Cumberland, 
Westmoreland, Durham, Lancashire and York- 
shire. Modem section. 8vo. London 1888. 

821.08-A572 

Arber, Edward : Editor. An English Garner. 
Ingatherings from our history and literature. 

8 vols. i2mo. London 1877-1896. 

820.8-A664G 

2. British anthologies. Vols. 2-9. i2mo. Lon- 
don 1899-igoi, 821.08-A664 

Athenaeus. The Deipnosophists, or Banquet of 
the learned of Athenaeus. Literally transla- 
ted. With an appendix of poetical fragments, 
rendered into English verse by various authors, 
and a general index. 3 vols. Bohn. i2mo. 
London 1854. 888-A867 

Bagford ballads. Illustrating the last years of 
the Stuarts : Edited, with introduction and 
notes, by Joseph Woodfall Ebsworth. (Ballad 
Society.) 8vo. 2 vols. Hertford 1878. 

821.04-B188B 

Baldwin, James : Editor. Choice English ly- 
rics. (Select English Classics.) i2mo. Bos- 
ton 1894. 821.04-B181 

Ballads from manuscripts. Edited by Frede- 
rick J. Furnival and W. R. Morfill. (Ballad 
Society.) 8vo. 2 vols. London and Hert- 
ford, 1868-73. 821.04-B188M 

Ballad Society Publications. Bagford Ballads, 
2 vols. ; Ballads from Manuscripts. 2 vols. 
(With extra numbers.); Roxburghe Ballads, 

9 vols.; Captain Cox, his ballads and books, 
I vol. 8vo. London and Hertford 1868-1899. 
(A complete set.) 821.04-B188 

Beeton, S. O. Editor. Beaton's Great Book 
of poetry: From Caedmon and King Alfred's 
Boethius to Browning and Tennyson. With 
sketches of the history of the poetry of our 
country, and biographical notices of five hun- 
dred of the poets. 8vo. 2 vols. London 1871. 

821.08-B414 

Bell, Robert : Editor. Songs from the dra- 
matists. i2mo. N. Y. 1882. 821.04-B435S 

2. Songs from the dramatists. With memoirs. 
i6mo. London n. d. 821.04-B435S2 

Bently Ballads, See Sheehan, John : 

Bethune, George Washington : The British 
female poets; with biographical and critical 
notices. 8vo. Phila. 1853. 821.08-B563 

Bodenham, J. Belvedere, or The Garden of 
the Muses. From edition of 1600. (Spenser 
Society Pubs. No. 17, 1875.) 821.08-B666 

British Anthologies. See Arber, Edward : 

821.08-A664 



British martial. Or, An anthology of English 
eoierrams. i6mo. 2 vols. London 1806. 
^ * 828-B862 

British Poets. Cabinet edition of the British 
Poets. i2mo. 4 vols. London 1851. 

821.08-C115 

British Poets. See GilfiUan, George: 

British Poets. (A uniform set in 130 vols. 
1 2mo. Published by Ticknor & Fields ; Fields, 
Osgood & Co., and Little, Brown & Co., Bos- 
ton 1856-1871.) 82i.o8-B8etc. 

Brooke, Stopford A. and T. W. RoUeston. 

Editors. A treasury of Irish poetry in the 
English tongue. 8vo. N. Y. 1900. 

821.08-B872 

Buchan, Peter : Ancient ballads and songs of 
the north of Scotland, hitherto unpublished. 
With explanatory notes by Peter Buchan. Re- 
printed from the original edition of 1828. 
i2mo. 2 vols. Edinburgh 1875. 82i.o4-B9i8 

Bullen, Arthur Henry: Editor. Carols and 
poems from the fifteenth century to the present 
time. i2mo. London 1886. 245-B936 

2. Lyrics from the dramatists of the Elizabethan 
age. 8vo. London 1889. 821.04-B936 

3. More lyrics from the song-books of the Eli- 
zabethan age. 8vo. London 1888. 

821.04-B936M 

4. Poems, chiefly lyrical, from romances and 
prose-tracts of the Elizabethan age: With 
chosen poems of Nicholas Breton. 8vo. Lon- 
don 1890. 821.04-B936L 

5. Davison's poetical rhapsody. i2mo. 2 vols. 
London 1890-91. 821.04-D265P 

Chambers, Robert : Editor. Cyclopaedia of 
English literature. 2 vols. R8vo, London «.rf. 

B2-5Ch 

Child, Francis James : Editor. English and 

Scottish ballads. i2mo. 8 vols. Boston i860. 

821.04-C536 

2. English and Scottish ballads. i6mo. 8 vols. 
(British Poets.) Boston 1864. 821.08-B8B 

3. English and Scottish popular ballads. 4to. 
10 vols. Boston [1882-98.] 821.04-CS36E 

Church poetry, or Christian thoughts in old and 
modern verse. 5th edn. 24mo. London 1869. 

245-C562 

Churchyard, Thomas : The worthines of Wales. 
From edition of 1587. (Spenser Society Pubs. 
No. 20, 1876.) 821.3-C563 

Clifford, Arthur : Tixall poetry; with notes and 
illustrations. 4to. Edinburgh 1813. 

821.08-C637 

Clouston, William Alexander : Arabian po- 
etry for English readers. i2mo. Glasgow 
1881. 892.71-C647 

Collection of OldBallads. 5Vf Phillips, Ambrose. 

Compton, Spencer Joshua Alwyne : The 
tribute: A collection of miscellaneous unpub- 
lished poems, by various authors. Edited by 
Lord Northampton. 8vo. London 1837. 

821.08-C738 



English Poetry — Collected. 



17 



Comic Almanack. An Ephemeris in jest and 
ernest, containing merry tales, humorous po- 
etry, quipps and oddities, by Thackeray, 
Albert Smith, Gilbert A Beckett, the brothers 
Mahew. With many hundred illustrations by 
George Cruikshank and other artists. First 
series, 1835-1843. i2mo. London n. d. 

827-C733 

Croker, Thomas Crofton : Popular songs of 
Ireland. With an introduction by Henry 
Morley. lamo. London 1886. 821.08-C943 

Davison, Francis: See BuUen, A. H. No. 5. 

Days and seasons, or Church poetry for the year. 
3rd edn. 24mo. London 1857. 245-D275 

Death's Doings. Consisting of numerous orig- 
inal compositions in verse and prose, the 
friendly contributions of various writers; prin- 
cipally intended as illustrations of thirty plates 
from designs by R. Dagley. From 2nd Lon- 
don edn. 8vo. 2 vols. Boston 1828. 

820.8-D285 

Drummond, William Hamilton : Ancient Irish 
minstrelsy. 8vo. Dublin 1852. 821.08-D795 

Dyce, Rev. Alexander : Specimens of British 
poetesses; selected and chronologically ar- 
ranged, by the Rev. Alexander Dyce. i2mo. 
London 1827. 821.08-D994 

Edmonds, Charles : Editor. The Isham re- 
prints. i6mo. London 1870. R821.08-E24 

Ellis, George : Specimens of early English 
metrical romances; to which is prefixed an 
historical introduction on the rise and progress 
of romantic composition in France and Eng- 
land. New edn. Bohn. i2mo. London 1848. 

82I.I08-E47 

2. Specimens of the early English poets; to which 
is prefixed an historical sketch of the rise and 
progress of the English poetry and language, 
with a biography of each poet, &c. 5th edn. 
i6mo. Vols. I and 2. London 1845. 

821.09-E47 

Evans, Thomas : Editor. Old ballads, histo- 
rical and narrative, with some of modern date; 
collected from rare copies and mss. A new 
edition, revised and considerably enlarged 
from public and private collections, by his 
son, R. H. Evans. 4 vols. i2mo. London 
1810. 821.04-E92 

Farr, Edward : Editor. Select poetry, chiefly 
devotional, of the reign of Queen Elizabeth. 
Collected and edited for the Parker Society by 
Edward Farr. i6mo. 2 vols. Cambridge 
1845. 208-P2F1 

Fields, James T. and Edwin P. Whipple, 

Editors. The family library of British poetry 
from Chaucer to the present time. ( 1350-1878. ) 
R8vo. "Boston 1878. 821.08-F462 

Finlay, John : Scottish historical and roman- 
tic ballads, chiefly ancient; with explanatory 
notes and a glossary. To which are prefixed 
some remarks on the early state of romantic 
composition in Scotland. i2mo. 2 vols. 
Edinburg 1808. 821.04-Fsii 



Fitzgibbon, H. Macaulay : Editor. Early 
English and Scottish poetry, 1250-1600. i2mo. 
N. Y. n. d. ■ 821.108-F554 

Ford, Robert : Editor. Ballads of bairnhood. 
Selected and edited, with notes, by Robert 
Ford. i6mo. London 1894. 821.08-F711 

2. Vagabond songs and ballads of Scotland. 
With many old and familiar melodies, ist 
and 2nd series. 2 vols. 8vo. London 1899- 
1901. 821.04-F711 

Forshaw, Charles F. Editor. Yorkshire poets, 
past and present; being biographies and poems 
of various Yorkshire authors. Vol. i. i2mo. 
Bradford 1888. 821.08-Y65 

Gilfillan, Rev. George: GilfiUan's British 
Poets. Library edition. 48 vols. Edinburgh. 
See individual authors. 

2. Specimens, with memoirs, of the less-known 
British poets. 3 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh i860. 

821.08-G473 

Gosse, Edmund W. English odes. i2mo. 
N. Y. 1890. 821.04-G678 

Gould, Mrs., Sarah : The guardian angels, or 
friends in heaven. i2mo. Boston 1858. 

245-G698G 

Grosart, Alexander B. Editor. The Townly 
mss. English Jacobite ballads, songs and 
satires, etc. From the mss. at Townley Hall, 
Lancashire, 1877. 821.04-G877 

Hales, J. W. Editor. Longer English poems; 
with notes, philological and explanatory, and 
an introduction on the teaching of English. 
4th edn. i2mo. London 1875. 821.08-H167 

Halliday, Andrew : Editor. The Savage-Club 
Papers. i2mo. 2 vols. London 1867-68. 

820.8-H188 

Halliwell, James Orchard : Editor. Illustra- 
tions of the fairy mythology of A midsummer 
night's dream. (Shakespeare Society Publ.) 
London 1845. 822.33-66S14M 

2. The moral play of wit and science, and early 
poetical miscellanies. From an unpublished 
manuscript. (Shakespeare Society Pubs.) 
London 1848. 822.33-66S2M 

Hazlitt, W. Carew : Editor. Remains of the 
early popular poetry of England; collected and 
edited, with introductions and notes, by W. 
Carew Hazlitt. i2mo. 4 vols. London 1864- 
66. (Early English authors.) 821.08-H431 

Herd, David : Editor. Ancient and modern 
Scottish songs, heroic ballads, etc. Collected 
and edited by David Herd. A page for page 
reprint of the edition of 1776. With memoir 
and illustrative notes by Sidney Gilpin. 8vo. 
2 vols. Edinburgh 1870. 821.04-H541 

Husk, William Henry : An account of the 
musical celebrations on St. Cecilia's Day in the 
sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth cent- 
uries. To which is appended a collection of 
Odes on St. Cecilia's Day. i2mo. London 
1857. 783-28-H97I 



i8 



English Poetry — Collected. 



Hutchieson, J. C. Editor. Fugitive poetry. 
1600-1878. (Chandos Library.) i6mo. Lon- 
don [1878.] 821.08-H973 

Irish Text Society. Vol. 3. The poems of Bgan 
O'Rahilly. To which are added miscellaneous 
pieces illustrating their subjects and language. 
Edited, with introduction, translation, notes 
and glossary, by Rev. Patrick S. Dinneen. 
8vo. London 1900. 891.62-I68 

Koelle, L. L. Carmela : Music in song. From 
Chaucer to Tennyson. i6ino. London 1883. 

780.1-K77 

Lampson, Frederick Locker-: Editor. Lyra 
elegantiarum. A collection of some of the 
best social and occasional verse by deceased 
English authors. Revised and enlarged edi- 
tion. l2mo. London 1891. (Minerva Library 
of Famous books.) 821.08-L815 

Lyrics of light and life. LIV. original poems. 
2nd edn. i6mo. London 1878. 821.08-L477 

Macfarlane, John : Editor. The harp of the 
Scottish Covenant. Poems, songs and ballads 
relating to the Covenanting struggle. 8vo. 
London 1895. 821.08-M143 

Macquoid, Gilbert S. Editor. Jacobite songs 
and ballads. (Selected). With notes, genea- 
logical table of the Stuarts, introduction, glos- 
sary, &c. i2mo. N. Y. n. d. 821.04-M357 

Maidment, James : Editor. Scottish ballads 
and songs, historical and traditionary. i2mo. 
2 vols. Edinburgh 1868. 821.04-M217 

Main, David M. A treasury of English sonnets. 
Edited from the original sources, with notes 
and illustrations, by David M. Main. 8vo. 
Manchester i88o. 821.08-M224 

Martial, Marcus Valerius : The epigrams of 
Martial. Translated into English prose. Each 
accompanied by one or more verse translations, 
from the works of English poets and various 
other sources. Bohn. i2mo. London 1865. 

877-M378 

Mercury's Missives. A collection of tales, 
poems, essays, &c. written by officials connec- 
ted with Glasgow Post Office. Glasgow, n. d. 

P828-M557 

Morley, Henry : Editor. Burlesque plays and 
poems. (Morley's Universal Library.) i2mo. 
London 1885. 808.7-M864 

Morris, Richard : Editor. Early English al- 
literative poems, in the West-Midland dialect 
of the fourteenth century. With introduction, 
notes and glossarial index. 8vo. London 
1864. (Early English Text Society). 

821.108-M877E 

Morris, Richard: and Walter W. Skeat. 
Editors. Specimens of early English. New 
edn. Pt. 2, 1298-1393. (Clarendon Press se- 
ries.) i2mo. Oxford 1873. 82i.io8-M877 

Muse's Pocket Companion. A collection of 
poems. i6mo. Dublin 1787. 821.08-M986 

Northampton, Lord. See Compton, Spencer 
Joshua A. 



Original poems and translations. By Mr.. Hill, 
Mr. Eusden, Mr. Broome, Dr. King,&c. i6mo. 
Ivondon 1714. (Bound in this volume are also: 
Poems on several occasions. By N. Rowe. 
3rd edn. London 1714; and Poetical miscel- 
lanies on several occasions. By Samuel Jones. 
London 1714.) 821.08-O69 

Palgrave, Francis Turner : Editor. The gold- 
en treasury of the best songs and lyrical poems 
in the English language. Selected and arrang- 
ed, with notes, by Francis Turner Palgrave. 
With a continuation, embracing selections 
from the works of recent and living English 
poets. Edited by John Foster Kirk. 8vo. 
Phila. 1884. 821.04-P161 

2. The treasury of sacred song. Selected from 
the English lyrical poetry of four centuries. 
With notes explanatory and biographical. 
i2mo. Oxford 1890. 245-Pi6i 

Passages from modern English poets. lUust. 
by the Junior Etching Club. 4to. London 
n. d. 769.821-J95 

Payne, Joseph : Editor. Studies in English 
poetry. With short biographical sketches and 
notes. Intended as a text-book for the higher 
classes in schools. 8th edn. i6mo. London 
1881. 821.08-P346 

Percy, Thomas : Reliques of ancient English 
poetry : Consisting of old heroic ballads, songs 
and other pieces of our earlier poets; together 
with some few of later date. With memoir 
and critical dissertation by the Rev. George 
Gilfillan. Library edition of British Poets. 
3 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh 1858. 821.04-P432R 

2. Same. With text edited by C. C. Clarke. 3 
vols. Edinburgh 1867. 821.04-P432R2 

3. Bishop Percy's folio manuscript. Ballads 
and romances. Edited by John W. Hales and 
Frederick J. Furnivall. 3 vols. R8vo. Lon- 
don 1867-68. 821.04-P432H 

Percy Society. Early English poetry, ballads 
and popular literature of the middle ages. 
Edited from original manuscripts and scarce 
publications. Complete set, 31 vols, in 30. 
London 1840-52. 820.8-P431 

Phillips, Ambrose : Collector. A collection of 
old ballads. Corrected from the best and most 
ancient copies extant. With introductions, 
historical, critical, or humorous. lUust. i2mo. 
3 vols. London 1723-25. 821.04-P558 

Phillips, J. O. Halliwell-: See Halliwell, James 
Orchard: 

Poems from the dawn of English literature to 
the year 1699. i2mo. Edinburgh 1863. 

24S-P743 

Poetical Register and repository of fugitive 
poetry, for 1809-1811. i2mo. 2 vols. Lon- 
don 1812-14. 821.08-P745 

Ritson, Joseph : Ancient songs and ballads 
from the reign of King Henry the Second to 
to the Revolution. Collected by Joseph Ritson. 
Third edition, carefully revised by W. Carew 
Hazlitt. i2mo. London 1877. 821.04-R612 



English Poetry — Collected. 



19 



Roberts, John S : The legendary ballads of 
England and Scotland. Compiled and edited 
by John S. Roberts. lUust. 8vo. Ivondon 
i868. (The Chandos Poets.) 821.04-R645 

Robinson, Clement :, and divers others. A 
handefuU of pleasant delities. From edition 
of 1584. Spenser Society Pubs. No. 8, 1871. 

821.04-R658 

Rogers, Rev. Charles : The Scottish minstrel. 
The songs of Scotland subsequent to Btirns; 
•with memoirs of the poets by the Rev. Charles 
Rogers, and edition. 8vo. London [1870.] 

821.04-R724 

Roxburghe ballads. Vols, i to 3, with short 
notes by William Chappell. Vols. 4 to 9 edi- 
ted by J. W. Elsworth. (Ballad Society.) 
8vo. 8 vols, in 9. London 1871-79. 

821.04-B188R 

Roxburghe ballads. Edited by Charles Hind- 
ley. 8vo. 2 vols. London 1873-74. 

82i,o4-H662 

Scotia's bards; the choice productions of the 
Scottish poets, with brief biographical sketches. 
8vo. N. Y. 1869. 821.08-S424 

Second book of the Rhymers' Club. i6mo. 
London 1894. 82i.o8-R47gS 

Sharp, William : Sonnets of this century. Edi- 
ted and arranged, with a critical introduction 
on the sonnet, by William Sharp. 4to. Lon- 
don 1886. 821.08-S531 

Sheehan, John : The Bentley ballads; compri- 
sing the Tipperary Hall ballads now first re- 
published from ' 'Bentley's Miscellany' ' {1846) . 
With preface and notes biographical and crit- 
ical by John Sheehan. New edn. i2mo. 
London 1876. 821.04-B477 

Shipley, Orby : Editor. Lyramystica: Hymns 
and verses on sacred subjects, ancient and 
modern. i6nio. London 1865. 245-S557 

Six ballads about King Arthur. i2mo. Lon- 
don 1881. 821.04-S625 

Skeat, Walter W. Editor. Chaucerian and 
other pieces. Being a supplement (Vol. 7. ) to 
the complete works of Geoffrey Chaucer. 8vo. 
Oxford 1897. 821.1-C496 

2. Specimens of English literature. (From 1394 
to 1579.) With introduction, notes, and glos- 
sarial index, by Rev. Walter W. Skeat. (Clar- 
endon Press series.) i6mo. Oxford 1871. 

821.208-S627 

Songs and sonettes by uncertain authors. 5.?^? 
Tottel's Miscellany, pp. 126-271, in Arber's 
English Reprints, Vol. 11. i6mo. London 
1870. 820.8-A664R 



Songs of Scotland. Chronologically arranged, 
with introduction and notes. 3rd edn. i2mo. 
London 1893. 821.08-S698 

Stedman, Edmund Clarence : Editor. A 
Victorian anthology. 1837-1895. 8vo. Bos- 
ton 1895. 821.08-S812 

Torason, Graham R. Editor. Ballads of the 
North Countrie. i2mo. N. Y. n. d. 

821.04-T662 

Universal Songster, or Museum of mirth : Form- 
ing the most complete, extensive, and valuable 
collection of ancient and modern songs in the 
English language; with a copious and classified 
index. 8vo. 3 vols. London n. d. 

821.04-U58 

Victorian hymns. English sacred songs of fifty 
years. i2mo. London 1887. 245-V645 

Ward, Thomas Humphrey: Editor. The 
English poets. Selections with critical intro- 
ductions by various writers and a general in- 
troduction by Matthew Arnold. 4 vols. i2mo. 
N. Y. 1895-97. (Students' edition. ) H. S. 32. 

Weber, Henry : Editor. Metrical romances 
of the thirteenth, fourteenth, and fifteenth 
centuries : Published from ancient manu- 
scripts. With an introduction, notes, and a 
glossary. i2mo. 3 vols. Edinburgh 1810. 

821.08-W374 

Wilkins, W. Walker : Political ballads of the 
seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Anno- 
tated by W. Walker Wilkins. i2mo. 2 vols. 
London i860. 821.04-W685 

Williams, Alfred M. The poets and poetry of 
Ireland. With historical and critical essays 
and notes. i2mo. Boston 1881. 

821.08-W721 

Williams, Henry Llewellyn: Collector. Se- 
lections, chiefly lyrical, from the poetical works 
of Victor Hugo. Bohn. i2mo. London 1885. 
Tr. into English by various authors. 

84I-H895S 

Wilson, James Grant : Editor. The poets 
and poetry of Scotland : From the earliest to 
the present time. Comprising characteristic 
selections from the works of the more note- 
worthy Scottish poets, with biographical and 
critical notices by James Grant Wilson. lUust. 
with portraits engraved on steel. (Period; 
Thomas Campbell to Marquis of Lome. ) 8vo. 
London 1877. 821.08-W749P 

Wolcot, Dr., Editor. The beauties of English 
poetry. Selected from the most esteemed au- 
thors. i6mo. 2 vols. London 1804. 

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Charlotte : 



(1820-1849.) See Bronte, 



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Butler, Samuel: (1612-1680.) 
Hudibras. With notes by Rev. Treadway 
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Campbell, John Douglas S. (Marquis of Lome). 

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Hunt, J. H. Transl. (1780-1S59.) 
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1872-78. 6 vols.) 820.8- W822 

3. Britain's remembrancer. From edition of 
1628. 8vo. Spenser Soc. Pubs. Nos. 28 and 
29, 1880. 821.3-W822B 

4. Hallelujah; or, Britan's second remembran- 
cer. (1641.) 8vo. Spenser Soc. Pubs. Nos. 
26 and 27, 1879. 245-W822H2 

5. Hallelujah, or Britain's second remembran- 
cer. With an introduction by Edward Farr. 
i6mo. London 1857. 245-W822H 

6. The hymnes and songs of the church. From 
edition of 1623. 8vo. Spenser Soc. Pubs. 
No. 30. 1881. 245-W822 

7. Hymns and songs of the church. With an 
introduction by Edward Farr. i2mo. Li- 
brary of Old Authors. London 1856. 

245-W822A 

8. The Psalms of David translated into lyrick- 
verse. From edition of 1532. 8vo. Spenser 
Soc. Pubs. Nos. 31 and 32, 1881. 223.5-W822 

9. Exercises upon the first Psalme. Both in 
prose and verse. From edition of 1620. 8vo. 
Spenser Soc. Pubs. No. 34, 1882. 

223.6-W822E 

10. A preparation to the Psalter. (1619.) Folio. 
Spenser Soc. Pubs. No. 37, 1884. 

223.6-W822P 

11. SeeTas. great assises holden in Parnassus 
by Apollo and his assessours. From edition 
of 1645. 8vo. Spenser Soc. Pubs. No. 40, 
1885. 821.3-G786 

12. See Vaticinium Votivum; or, Palsemon's 
prophetick prayer. With several elegies. 
8vo. Spenser Soc. Pubs. No. 41, 1885. 

821.3-P153 



48 



English Individual. 



Wolcott, John : (1738-1819.) 

Pindariana; or Peter's portfolio. Containing 
Tale, fable, etc., by Peter Pindar. (Bouna 
■with "Beacon Hill" [by Sarah W. A. Mor- 
ton.]) 4to. Phila, 1794. 811-M891 

2. The works of Peter Pindar. 8vo. 5 vols. 
London 1 794-1801. 827-W849 

Wordsworth, William : (1770-1850.) 
Our English lakes, mountains, and waterfalls 
as seen by William Wordsworth. Photo- 
graphically illust. 8vo. Ivondon 1864. 

821.3-W926O 



2. Poems. New editon. 4to. 



London 1865. 
821.3- W926 

3. Poetical works. With a memoir. i6mo. 7 vols. 
(British Poets.) Boston 1870. 821.08-B8W8 

4. Selections from Wordsworth, with a brief 
sketch of his life. i6mo. Cincinnati i885. 

P821.3-W9263 

5. The complete poetical works of William 
Wordsworth. With an introduction by John 
Morley. i2mo. Astor edition. N. Y. n. d. 

H. S. 30 

Wotton, Sir Henry: (1568-1639.) 

Poems. Edited by the Rev. Alexander Dyce. 

22 pages. Percy Soc. Pubs. Vol. 6. London 

1842. 820.8-P431 

Wright, Henry Smith : Transl. (1839- .) 
The Iliad of Homer; Books 1-4. English hex- 
ameter verse. 8vo. Cambridge 1885. 

883.1-5IW 



Wright, Ichabod Charles: Transl. (1795- 
1871.) 
The divine comedy of Dante Alighieri. Tr. 
into English verse by I. C. Wright. Illust. 
after designs by Flaxman. i2mo. Bohn. Lon- 
don 1867. 8si-Di92Wr 

Wyatt, ^zr Thomas : (i503?-t542.) 
Poetical works. With memoir and critical 
dissertation, by the Rev. George GilfiUan. 8vo. 
Edinburgh 1858. 821.3-VV976 

2. Poetical works. With a memoir. i6mo. 
(British Poets.) Boston 1863. 821.08-B8W9 

3. Songs and Sonnettes. See Tottel's Miscel- 
lany, pp. 33-95, in Arber's English Reprints. 
Vol. II. London 1870. 820.8-A654R 

Yeats, William Butler : (1865- .) 
The wanderings of Oisin and other poems. 
i2mo. London 1889. 821.3-Y41W 

Yorke, Oliver: See Mahony, Francis: 

Young, Edward : (1681-1765.) 
Young's Night thoughts. With life, critical 
dissertation, and explanatory notes, by the 
Rev. George Gilfillan. 8vo. Edinburgh 1853. 

821.3-Y71N 

2. Poetical works. With a memoir. i6mo. 2 vols. 
(British Poets.) Boston 1870. 821.08-B8Y 

Zepheria. From the edition of 1594. Spenser 
Soc. Pubs. No. 5, 1S69 821.3-Z57 



Australian Poetry. 



Broome, Frederick Napier: 

The stranger of Seriphos. A dramatic poem. 
i2mo. London 1869. 819.91-B873 

Dale, Philip : See Haviland, Cyril: 

Haviland, Cyril : 

Voices from Australia. By Philip Dale and 
Cyril Haviland. i2mo. London 1892. 

819.91-D139V 



Lee, Ida: 

The bush fire and other verses. 2nd edn. 
i2mo. London 1897. 819.91-L478B 

Sladen, Douglas B. W. Editor. 
A century of Australian song. Centenary 
edition. i2mo. N. Y. & London, n. d. 

819.9108-S631C 

2. Australian poets: 1788-1888. i2mo. Lon- 
don 1888. 819.9108-S631 



Canadian Poetry. 



49 



Canadian Poetry. 

Includes poetry of the British Provences in North America: Collected and 
individual in a single alphabet. In this list the date of Canadian copyright is 
given. In most cases where a book has been copyrighted in the United States 
the letters "U. S. " have been prefixed to the date. 



Altnon, Sophie M. (1866- .) 
Poems. i2mo. pp. [17.] Windsor, N. S. 
1889. P819.1-A452P 

Ascher, Isidore G. (1835- .) 
Voices from the hearth: A collection of ver- 
ses. By "Isidore." lamo. pp. 168. Mon- 
treal & N. Y. 1863. Cpr. 1S63. 819.1-A813 

"Bertha." 

Only buds. i2mo. pp x, 127. New Glas- 
gow, N. S. 1884. 819.1-B538O 

Betts, Craven Langstroth : See Am. Individ- 
ual Poetry. 

Butler, Martin : 
Maple leaves and hemlock branches. A col- 
lection of poems. i2mo. pp. 60. Frederic- 
ton, N. B. 1889. P819. 1-B986M 

Caldwell, James Ernest : 
Songs of the pines. i2mo. pp.142. Toronto 
1895. Cpr. iSgs. 819.1-C147S 

Cameron, George Frederick : (1854- .) 
Lyrics of freedom, love, and death. Ed. by 
Charles J. Cameron. 8vo. pp. [xiv,] 296. 
Kingston & Boston 1887. Cpr. 1S87. 

819.1-C182L 

Campbell, William Wilfred : 
The dread voyage: Poems. i2mo. pp. 190. 
Toronto 1893. Cpr. iSgs. 819. 1-C192D 

Carmen, Bliss : See Am. Individual Poetry. 

Chilton, Robert R. 

Poems. 8vo. pp. 70. 
face dated 1885.) 

Cochrane, Hugh : 
Rhyme and roundelay. 
Montreal n. d. 



Goderich 1885. (Pre- 
819.1-C538 



10. pp. [17.] 
P819.1-C663R 



Crawford, Mrs. John : 
Songs of all seasons, climes, and times; a mot- 
ley jingle of jumbled rhymes. i6mo. pp. 117. 
Toronto 1890. Cpr. iSgo. 8i9.i-C8g9S 

Curzon, Sarah Anne : (1833-1898.) 
Laura Secord, the herome of 1812; A drama, - 
and other poems. 8vo. pp. 215. Toronto 
1887. Cpr. J 887. 819.1-C983L 

Darnell, Henry Faulkner : See Am. Individual 
Poetry. 

Davin, Nicholas Flood : (1843- .) 
Eos: An epic of the dawn, and other poems. 
i2mo. pp. 141. Regina, N. W. T. 1889. 

819.1-D259E 

Dockendorff, Jacob B. 
Ireland's wrongs and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. 79. Charlottetown 1889. (Preface dated 
1889.) P819.1-D637I 



Duvar, John Hunter : (1830-1899.) 
De Robervall, a drama ; also The emigration 
of the fairies, and The triumph of constancy, 
a romaunt. i2mo. pp. 192. St. John, N. B. 
1888. 819.2-D983D 

Eaton, Arthur Wentworth : 
Acadian legends and lyrics. 
148. London & N. Y. i88( 
x88g. 

Elmore, Blanche : 

Poems. i6mo. pp. 22. 



2mo. pp. IX, 

Cpr. ({/. S.) 

819.1-E14A 



Toronto 1894. 

P819.1-E4S 



Evans, Walter Norton : 
Mount Royal. i2mo. 
1886. Cpr. 1886. 



pp. 



27, Montreal 
P819. 1-E92M 



2. Cartier and Hochelaga. Maisonneuve and 
and Ville-Marie ; two historic poems of Mon- 
treal. i2mo. pp. 28. Montreal 1895. Cpr. 
i8gs- P819.1-E92C 



(Pseud.) See Keefer, Bessie 



Goebel, Hans : 
Starr: 

Harper, J. M. Transl. 
Homer's Iliad, book iv. See Translations in 
verse from Homer and Virgil, by J. M. Har- 
per. i6mo. pp. 64. Montreal 1888. Cpr. 
18S8. 883-H766H 

Harrison, S. Frances : 
Pine, rose and fleur de lis. lamo. pp. 208 
Toronto 1891. Cpr. i8go. 8i9.i-H322P 

Imrie, John : 

Sacred songs, sonnets and miscellaneous 
poems. Introduction by G. Mercer Adam. 
i2mo. pp. 210. Toronto 1886. Cpr. 1886. 

819.1-1348 

2. Songs and miscellaneous poems. With music 
and illustrations, and an introduction by G. 
Mercer Adam. i2mo. pp. 348. Toronto 
1891. Cpr. iSgi. 819.1-I34S0 

Johnson, Frank : 
Giles and Janey; or, The kindly gentleman. 
A Canadian tale. 2nd edn. 8vo. pp. 14. 
Montreal 1872. Cpr. 1872. P8i9.i-J66G 

2. Lashed to the mizzen; or, A night off the cape. 
8vo. pp. 21. London 1877. P819.1-J66L 

Keefer, Bessie Starr: 
Dei gratia, a jubilee ode; by Hans Goebel. 
32mo. ob. pp. [22.] Toronto n. d. Cpr. 
1S86. P819.1-K26D 

Kirby, William : (1817- .) 

Canadian idyls. Pontiac and Bushy Run. 
8vo. pp. 44. Niagara 1887. P819.1-K58C 



5° 



Canadian Poetry. 



Knight, Matthew Richey : (1854- .) 
Poems of ten years. 1877-1886. i2mo. pp. 
ix, 143. Halifax 1887. Cpr. 1887. 

8i9.i-K;7i 

Lefevre, Lily Alice : 
The lions' ^ate and other verses. i6mo. pp. 
Q5. Victoria, B. C. 1895. Cpr. i8gs- 

819.1-L493I' 

LeMay, L. Pamphile : 
Tonkourou, nouvelle edition de Les Vengean- 
ces. i6mo. 295. Quebec 1888. Cpr. 1888. 

819.1-LS49T 

Livingston, Stuart : 
In various moods: Poems. lamo. pp. 100. 
Toronto 1894. Cpr. 18(^4. 819.1-L787I 

Lockhart, Arthur John : (1850- .) 

The masque of minstrels, and other pieces, 
chiefly in verse. By two brothers. [Arthur 
J., and Burton W. Lockhart.] lamo. pp.361. 
Bangor 1887. Cpr. ( U. S. ) 1887. 

819.1-L816M 

2. Beside the Narraguagus, and other poems. 
i6mo. pp. 112. Buffalo 1895. Cpr. (U. 5.) 
i8gs. 819.1-L816B 

Lockhart, Burton W. See Lockhart, Arthur 
J. No. I. 

McCarroU, James : See Am. Individual Poetry. 

MacColl, Mary J. 

Bide a wee, and other poems. i2mo. pp. 
103. Buffalo 1880. Cpr. ( U. S. ) i87g. 

819.1-M129B 

Macknight, Samuel John : 
Lyric and other poems. 24mo. pp.28. Hal- 
ifax 1892. Cpr. iSgs. P819.1-M159L 

M'Lachlan, Alexander: (1818- .) 
Lyrics, izmo. pp. 151. Toronto 1858. Cpr. 
i8sS. (Imperfect copy.) 819.1-M161L 

MacLean, Kate Seymour : 

The coming of the princess; and other poems. 
i2mo. pp. ix, 175. Toronto 1881. Cpr. 

1881. 819.1-M163C 

McLennan, William : Transl. 
Songs of Old Canada. i6mo. pp. 83. Mon- 
treal 1886. Cpr. J 88s. 8i9.i-Mi64S 

MacMurray, Thomas J. 
Legend of the Delaware valley, and other 
poems. i2mo. pp. 132. Toronto 1887. 
Cpr. 1887. 819.1-M168L 

Martin, George : (1822- .) 
Marguerite; or, The isle of demons and other 
poems. i2mo. pp. xi, 285. Montreal 1887. 
Cpr. 1886. 8i9.i-M38iM 

Morgan, Mary : 
Poems and translations. i6mo. pp. xi, 195. 
Montreal 1887. Cpr. 1887. 819.1-M849 

Mountcastle, Miss Clara H. 

The mission of love; Lost; and other poems. 
By Caris Sima. i2mo. pp. 200. Toronto 

1882. Cpr. 1882. 819.1-M928M 

Murdock, William : 
Poems and songs. i2mo. pp. 152. Saint 
John, N. B. i860. 819.1-M974P 



Nealis, Jean £. U. 
Drift. With a preface by Mrs. James Sadlier. 
i6mo. pp. 98. N. Y. n. d. 819.1-N348D 

O'Brien, Cornelius : (1843- .) 
Aminta; a modern life drama. i6mo. pp. 1873 
N. Y. 1890. Cpr. {U.S.) i8()o. 819.1-O1. 

O'Hagan, Thomas : (1855- .) 
A gate of flowers, and other poems, izmo. 
pp. 64. Toronto 1887. Cpr. 1887. 

819.1-O36G 

Parker, Horatio Gilbert : (1859- .) 
A lover's diary. Songs in sequence. i2mo. 
pp.147. Cambridge 1894. Cpr.{U.S.)i8<)4. 

819.1-P239L 

Porter, W. H. 
Gathered lilies. Poems of sympathy and 
comfort for the bereaved. 24mo. pp. 16. 
Brantford n. d. P819.1-P849G 

Rand, Theodore Harding : (1835- .) 
At Minas basin and other poems. i2mo. pp. 
173: Toronto 1897. Cpr. 18^7. 819.1-R186M 

Richey, James, A. 

Poems, devotional and miscellaneous. 24mo. 
pp. 180. Halifax 1886. (Dedication dated 
1886.) 819.1-R529 

Roberts, Charles George Douglas : (i860- ) 
In divers, tones. i2mo. pp. 134. Boston 
n. d. Cpr. {U. S.) 1886. 8i9.i-R643l 

2. The book of the native. i2mo. pp. 156, 
Boston & Toronto 1896. Cpr. ( U. S.) i8g6. 

819.1-R643B 

3. New York nocturnes and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. 84. Boston 1898. Cpr. {if. S.) i8g8. 

819.1-R643N 

Roberts, J. Elizabeth Gostwycke : 

Poems. i6mo. pp. 16. N. imp. 

P819. 1-R645 
St. John, Charles Henry : 
Poems. i2mo. pp. 144. Boston 1859. Cpr. 
{U. S.) i8jg. 819.1-S143 

Sangster, Charles : (1822-1893.) 
The St. Lawrence and the Saguenay, and 
other poems. i2mo. pp. 262. Kingston 
1856. Cpr. 1836. 819.1-62268 

2. Hesperus and other poems and lyrics. i2mo. 
pp. 186. Montreal i860. Cpr. i860. 

819.1-S226H 

Scott, Duncan Campbell : (1862- .) 
The magic house and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. xiii, 95. London 1893. 819. 1-S424M 

Scott, Frederick George : (1861- .) 
The soul's quest and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. 123. London 1888. 819.1-S425S 

My lattice and other poems. i2mo. pp. 108. 
Toronto 1894. Cpr. 18^4. 819.1-S425M 

Sima, Caris : See Mountcastle, Clara H. 

Sladen, Douglas : Editor. 
See Younger American poets. 1830-1890. 
With an appendix of younger Canadian poets, 
edited by Goodridge Bliss Roberts. i2mo. 
N. Y. 1891, 811.08-S631 



Canadian Poetry. 



51 



Smith', Mary Barry : 
Jubilee poem. 321110. 



pp. [4.] N. imp. 

P8I9.I-S655J 
Smith, William Wye : (1827- .) 
Poems. i2mo. pp. 265. Toronto 1888. Cpr. 
18S8. 819.1-S664 

Sraythe, Albert Ernest Stafford : (i86i- .) 
Poems, grave and gay. lamo. pp. 184. To- 
ronto, 1891. Cpr. i8gi. 819.1-S668 

Spencer, Hiram Ladd : (1829- .) 
A song of the years, and A memory of Acadia. 
24mo. pp. 19. N. imp. Cpr. i88g. 

P819.1-S845S 

Stewart, Phillips : (1864-1892.) 
Poems. i2mo. pp. 89. London 1887. 

819.1-8851 

Straton, Barry : (1854- .) 
Lays of love, and miscellaneous poems. i2mo. 
pp. 80. St. John, N. B. 1884. Cpr. 1884. 

819.1-S899L 

Stringer, Arthur J. 
Watchers of twilight; and other poems. 8vo. 
pp. 43. Iiondon, Ont. 1894. P819.1-S918W 

2. Pauline; and other poems. Author's edn. 



8vo. 
1895. 



pp. 64. London, 



Ont. 1895. Cpr. 
P819.1-S918P 



Taylor, Archibald M 'Alpine : 
Boyhood hours; comprising a collection of 
simple poems, songs and odes. i2mo. pp. 
178. Toronto 1881. Cpr. 1881. 819.1-T238B 

Thomson, John Stuart : (1870- .) 
Estabelle and other verse. i2mo. pp. 113. 
Toronto 1897. Cpr. iSgj. 819.1-T483B 

Waters, Francis L. D. (1857- .) 
The -water lily; An oriental fairy tale. By 
Frank Waters. lamo. pp. 87. Ottawa 1888. 
Cpr. 1888. 819.1-W329W 

Wetherell, J. E. Editor. 
Later Canadian poems. i2mo. pp. ix, 187. 
Toronto 1893. Cpr. iSgj. 819.108-W539 

Yule, Mrs. J. C. 5<?« Yule, Mrs. PameliaS.V. 

Yule, ./1/rj. Pamelia S. Vining : ( d.1896.) 
Poems of the heart and home. By Mrs. J. C. 
Yule. i2mo. pp. viii, 220. Toronto i88i. 
Cpr. 18S1. 819.1-Y95 



American Poetry: Collected. 



American poems, selected and original. Vol. i. 
(AH published. ) i2mo. Litchfield [1793.] 

811.08-A462 

Beach, Allen C. Editor. 
The Centennial celebrations of the State of 
New York. R8vo. Albany 1879. (Contains 
poems by A. B. Street and others. ) 

974.7-N567B 

Boston prize poems, and other specimens of 
dramatic poetry. ' i2mo. Boston 1824. 

808.1-B747 

Buckingham, Joseph T. 
Personal memoirs and recollections of editor- 
ial life. 2 vols. i2mo. Boston 1852. (Vol. 
2 contains a selection of poems first published 
in the Boston Courier, pp. 186-2 11.) 

920.A-B923 

Chapin, Bella : Compiler. 
The poets of New Hampshire, being specimen 
poems of three hundred poets of the Granite 
State, with biographical notes. 8vo. Clare- 
mont, N. H. 1883. 811.08-C463 

Charleston book : A miscellany in prose and 
verse. i2mo. Charleston [S. C] 1845. 

810.8-C477 

Cheever, George B. ■ 
The American common-place book of poetry, 
with occasional notes. i2mo. Phila. 1843. 

811.08-C515 



Clarke, Jennie Thornley : Editor. 
Songs of the South. Choice selections from 
the southern poets, from colonial times to the 
present day. With an appendix of brief bio- 
graphical notes and an introduction by Joel 
Chandler Harris. 8vo. Phila. 1896. 

8ii.o8-C598 

Coggeshall, William T. 

The poets and poetry of the west: With bio- 

fraphical and critical notices. 8vo. Colum- 
ns i860. 811.08-C676 

Crandall, Charles H. 

Representative sonnets by American poets. 
With an essay on the sonnet, its nature and 
history, including many notable sonnets of 
other literatures ; also biographical notes, in- 
dexes, etc. i2mo. Boston 1890. 8ii.o8-C8gi 

Dickey, Mrs. Fannie Porter : Compiler. 
Blades o' bluegrass. Choice selections of 
Kentucky poetry, biographical sketches, and 
portraits of authors. 8vo. Louisville 1892. 

8U.08-D551 

Dixon, Sam H. 

The poets and poetry of Texas. Biographical 
sketches of the poets of Texas, with selections 
from their writings, containing reviews both 
personal and critical. 8vo. Austin 1885. 

811.08-D621 



52 



American Poetry — Collected. 



Duyckink, Evart A. and George L. Editors. 
Cyclopsedia of American Literature. 2 vols. 
4to. Phila. 1881. B2-5D 

Eggleston, George Gary : Editor. 
American war ballads and lyrics . A collection 
of the songs and ballads of the Colonial wars, 
the Revolution, the war of 1812-15, the war 
with Mexico, and the Civil war. 241110. 2 
vols. N. Y. [1889.J 811.08-E29 

Everest, Hev. Gharles W. Editor. 
The poets of Connecticut; with biographical 
sketches. 8vo, Hartford 1843. 811.08-E93 

Flowers by the wayside. Illust. 8vo. Colum- 
bus, O. [1891.] 811.08-F644 

Gray, Zenas J. Editor. 
Prose and poetry of the Susquehanna and Ju- 
niata Rivers. 4to. Harrisburg, Pa. 1893. 

974.8D-G783 

Green Mountain Poets. A collection of poems 
from the best talent in the Green Mountain 
State. i2mo. 'Qa^X.oun.d. 811.08-G798 

Griffith, George Bancroft : Compiler. 
The poets of Maine. A collection of specimen 
poems from over four hundred verse-makers 
of the Pine-tree State, with biographical 
sketches. 8vo. Portland 1888. 811.08-G853 

Griswold, Rufus Wilmot : 
The poets and poetry of America. 17th edn. 
8vo. Phila. 1856. 811.08-G871 

\i.. The female poets of America. With additions 
by R. H. Stoddard, 8vo. N. Y. 1874. 

811.08-G871F 

Harpel, Oscar H. 
Poets and poetry of printerdom; A collection 
of original, selected, and fugitive lyrics, writ- 
ten by persons connected with printing. 8vo. 
First group. Cincinnati 1875. 811.08-H293 

Hemenviray, Abby Maria: Editor. 

Poets and poetry of Vermont. Revised edi- 
tion. i2mo. Boston i860. 811.08-H488 

2. 5^^ a/j(? Vermont Historical Gazetteer. Vols. 
1-5, 1867-1882. (Contains numerous selec- 
tions from Vermont poets.) 974.3-H488 

Herringshaw, Thomas W. Editor. 
l/ocal and national poets of America. With 
interesting biographical sketches and choice 
selections from over one thousand living Ame- 
rican poets. 8vo. Chicago 1890. 8ii.o8-H567 

Higginson, T. W. and E. H. Bigelow. Ed- 
itors. 
American sonnets. i6mo. Boston 1891. 

811.08-H637 

Horner, Hattie : 
Collection of Kansas poetry. With introduc- 
tion by Geo. R. Peck. i2mo. Topeka, Ks. 
1891. 811.08-H816 

Johnston, George : Editor. 
Poets and poetry of Cecil County, Maryland. 
8vo. Blkton 1887. 8ii.o8-j72M 

2. Poets and poetry of Chester County, Penn- 
sylvania. 8vo. Phila. 1890. 811.08-J72P 



Keese, John : Editor. 

The poets of America: Illust. by one of her 

painters. i2mo. 2 vols. N. Y. 1840-42. 

811.08-K26 
Kerr, Charles H. Compiler. 

Unity songs resung. Compiled by C. H. K. 

i6mo. Chicago 1885. 8ii.o8-K4tU 

Kettell, Samuel: 
Specimens of American poetry; with critical 
and biographical notices. i2mo. 3 vols. Bos- 
ton 1829 811.08-K43 

Kinder, Francis S. and F. Clarence Spencer. 
Evenings with Colorado poets. A compila- 
tion of selections from Colorado poets and 
verse- writers. i2mo. Denver 1894. 

811.08-K51 

Knickerbocker gallery: A testimonial to the 
editor of the Knickerbocker Magazine [Louis 
Gaylord Clark], from its contributors. 8vo. 
N. Y. 1855. 810.8-K69 

Legendary, The : Consisting of original pieces, 
principally illustrative of American history, 
scenery, and manners. Edited by N. P. Wil- 
lis. i2mo. 2 vols. Boston 1828. 818-W735L 

Linton, W. J. 

Poetry of America. Selections from one 
hundred American poets from 1776 to 1876. 
With an introductory review of colonial poe- 
try, and some specimens of negro melody. 
i2mo. London 1878. 811.08-L761 

Living Female writers of the south. See 
Tardy, M. T 

Lynch, Anne C. 
The Rhode-Island book. Selections in prose 
and verse, from the writings of Rhode Island 
citizens. i2mo. Providence 1841. 

„ ^ 810.8— B751 

McCarthy, William : Compiler. 
Songs, odes, and other poems on national 
subjects. Compiled from various sources. 
i6mo. 3 vols. Phila. 1842. 811.04-M123 

Matthews, J. Brander : 
Poems of American patriotism. 
1882. 



i2mo. N.Y. 
8ti.o8-M439 



Moore, Frank : 
Songs and ballads of the American Revolution. 
With notes and illustrations by Frank Moore. 
i2mo. N.Y. 1856. 973.39-M821 

2. Lyrics of loyalty. Arranged and edited by 
Frank Moore. 24mo. N. Y. 1864. 

973-79-M82I 

3. The Rebellion record: A diary of American 
events, with documents, narratives, illustra- 
tive incidents, poetry, etc 8vo. '12 vols. 
N. Y. 1864-1868. (At the end of each of the 
first 8 vols, is a section devoted to Poetry and 
Incidents.) 973.7-M821 

4. Songs and ballads of the southern people 
1861-1865. i6mo. N. Y. 1886. 

973-79-M82IS 



American Poetry — Collected. 



S3 



Morrison, Mar; Whitney : 

Songs and rhymes for the little ones. New 
edn. With an introduction by Mrs. A. D. T. 
Whitney. i2nio. Boston 1899. 808.1-M891 

Mount Lebanon cedar boughs. Original poems 
by the North family of Shakers. i2mo. Buf- 
falo 1895. 811.08-S527M 

Munsell, Charles : Compiler. 
A collection of songs of the American press, 
and other poems relating to the art of print- 
ing, umo. Albany 1868. 811.08-M969 

Nebraska poets. One hundred pages of prairie 
poems. Columbian edition. 8vo. Omaha 
1893. 811.08-N362 

New Hampshire Book. Being specimens of 
the literature of the Granite State. i2mo. 
Nashua 1842. 810.8-F791 

North family of Shakers. See Mount Lebanon 
cedar boughs. 

Oxford Academy jubilee, held at Oxford, Chen- 
ango County, N. Y. August ist and 2d, 1854. 
8vo. N. Y. 1856. (Contains poems. ) 

974. 72-O98O 

Parker, Benjamim S. and Enos B. Heiney. 
Poets and poetry of Indiana. A representa- 
tive collection of the poetry of Indiana during 
the first hundred years of its history as terri- 
tory and state; 1800 to 1900. i2mo. N. Y. 
[1900]. 811.08-P238 

Piatt, John James : Editor. 
The union of American poetry and art. A 
choice collection of poems by American poets. 
4to. Cincinnati 1880. 769.811-P583 

Putnam, Alfred P. 
Singers and songs of the liberal faith; being 
selections of hymns and other sacred poems 
of the Liberal Church in America, with bio- 
graphical sketches of the writers, and with 
historical and illustrative notes. 8vo. Boston 
1875. 245-P989 

Read, Thomas Buchanan : 

The female poets of America. With portraits, 
biographical notices, and specimens of their 
writings. 8vo. Phila. 1849. 811.08-R284 

Rhymes of the Rockies: or. What the poets 
have found to say of the beautiful scenery on 
the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, the scenic 
line of the world. i8th edn. Chicago igoo. 
pp. 64. P811.08-R479 

Ross, John D. 

Scottish poets in America, with biographical 
and critical notices. 8vo. N. Y. 1889. 

808.1-R824 



Selection of war lyrics. With illustrations on 
wood by F. O. C. Darley. 8vo. N.Y. 1864. 

973-79-D22I 

Sladen, Douglas : Editor. 
Younger American poets. 1830-1890. With 
an appendix of Younger Canadian poets, edi- 
ted by Goodridge Bliss Roberts. i2mo. N.Y. 
1891. 811.08-S631 

Specimens of the American Poets; with critical 
notices and a preface. i2mo. London 1822. 

811.08-S741 

Stedman, Edmund Clarence : Editor. 
An American Anthology. 1787-1899. 8vo 
Boston 1900. 811.08-S812 

Stone, William L. Editor. 
Ballads and poems relating to the Burgoyne 
campaign. Annotated by William L. Stone. 
8vo. Albany 1893. 973.39-S881 

Sunflowers. Poems written by various hands 
in the State University of Kansas. 8vo. Law- 
rence 1888. 811.08-S958 

Tardy, M. T. Editor. 
The Living female writers of the south. Edi- 
ted by the author of "Southland Writers". 
8vo. Phila. 1872. 8ii.o8-Ti8i 

War lyrics and songs of the south. i2mo. Lon- 
don 1866. , 97379-W253 

Warren, Horatio N. 
The Declaration of Independence and war 
history. Bull Run to the Appomattox. War 
songs, recitations, poems, etc. 8vo. Buffalo 
'894- 973-76-W288 

Warren, Ina Russelle : Editor. 
Notable single poems: American authors. 8vo. 
Buffalo [1894]. 811.08-W288N 

2. The poets and poetry of Buffalo. 8vo. Buf- 
falo [1894]. 811.08-W288B 

3. The poets and poetry of Rochester. 8vo. 
Buffalo [1894]. 811.08-W288R 

4. The poets and poetry of Syracuse. 8vo. 

Buffalo [1894]. 8rT.nS-W-,88K 



811.08-W288S 



5. The poets and poetry of Washington. 8vo. 
Buffalo [1895]. 8ti.o8-W288W 

, Western Association of Writers. 

Souvenir (Nos. i and 2. ) Fourth annual con- 
vention at Warsaw, Indiana; July 1889; and 
Fifth annual convention at Eagle Lake, In- 
diana, 1890. 2 vols. i2mo. Richmond and 
New Castle, Ind. 1890, 1891. 810.6-W527 

White, Richard Grant : Editor. 
National hymns. How they are written and 
how they are not written. 8vo. N. Y. i85i. 

784,4— W587 



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American Poetry. Individual. 



Abbey, Henry : (B. in Rondout, N. Y. in 

1842.) 
I The city of success and other poems. 8vo. 
' T)p 142. N. Y. Appleton. 1884. Cpr. 1883. 
^^ 811-A124C 

2. The poems of Henry Abbey. New enlarged 
edn i2mo. pp. v, 256. Kingston. Author. 
1895. 811-A124 

3 The poems of Henry Abbey. 3rd edn. en- 
larged i2mo. pp.ix, 290. Kingston. Author's 
edn. 1895. 8II-AI24A 

Adams, Charles Follen : (B. in Dorchester, 
Mass., April 21, 1842.) 

1 Leedle Yawcob Strauss, and other poems. 
i2mo pp. 147. Boston. Lee & Shepard, 
n. d. Cpr. 1877. 817-A211L 

2 Dialect ballads. i2mo. pp. 136. N. Y. Harp- 
'erBros. 1888. Cpr. 1S87. 817-A211D 

Adams, Emma Cooper : See Cooper, Emma 
liouise: 

Adams, George ; 

"Siouska" ; and other poems. i2mo. pp. 
«7 viji Watertown. "Times & Reformer". 
1886. cpr. 1S86. 811-A213S 

Adams, John Quincy : (B. in Baintree, Mass., 
1767- Died at Washington, D. C, 1848. The 
sixth President of the United States, 1825-29.) 

I Dermot MacMorrogh; or. The conquest of 
Ireland; an historical tale of the 12th century, 
in four cantos. 8vo. pp. 108. Boston. Car- 
ter, Hendee & Co. 1832. Cpr. 1832. 

811-A214D 

2. Poems of religion and society. By John 
Quincy Adams. With notices of his life and 
character by John Davis and T. H. Benton. 
i2mo pp. 116. Auburn and Buffalo. Derby 
& Co. 1853. Cpr. 184.8. 811-A214P 

Adams, Mary Mathews: (B. in Ireland in 
1840 and came to America when a child; was 
brought up and educated in Brooklyn, N. Y. ) 

1. Epithalamium. By Mary Mathews Barnes 
With drawings by Dora Wheeler. lamo.ob. 
pp. 31. N. Y. Putnams. 1889. Cpr. i88q. 

769.811-A215 

2. The choir visible: A poem written for the 
opening of the woman's club at Madison, Wis- 
consin. i2mo. [13 pp.] [Madison.] Author. 
[1894.] P8ii-A2i5Ch 

3. Commencement ode: Dedicated to the class 
of "Ninety-four" of the university of Wis- 
consin. i2mo. [15 pp.] Madispn, Tracy, 
Gibbs&Co. 1894. P8H-A215C0 

4. The message of the dead: A poem written 
for Memorial Day, 1895, at Madison, Wise. 
i2mo. [13 pp.] Madison. Author. 1895. 

P811-A215M 



Adams, Oscar Fay : (B. in Worcester, Mass. 
Author-lecturer upon literature and architec- 
ture.) 

Post-Laureate idyls and other poems. i6mo. 
pp. 166. Boston. D. Lothrop. n. d. Cpr. 
1886. 811-A216P 

Adams, Robert Chamblet : (B. in Mass., 
1838.) 

Illustrated story of the Union, in rhyme. 
Revised by Herbert Heywood. 8vo. pp. 156. 
Boston. A. M. Thayer. 1891. Cpr. i8gi. 

811-A217I 
Ahasuerus. See Tyler, Robert : 

Ainslie, Hew : (B. in Scotland in 1792; was for 
a time the amanuensis of the celebrated Dug- 
ald Stewart. Came to the U.S. 1822. Died 
in Louisville, March 12, 1878.) 

Scottish songs, ballads, and poems. i2mo. 
pp. 216. N. Y. Redfield. 1855. Cpr. 1854. 

811-A296S 

Akers, Elizabeth : See Allen, Mrs. Elizabeth: 

Alcott, Amos Bronson : (B. at Wolcott, Conn., 
1799. Died at Boston 1888. Philosophical 
writer, and one of the founders of transcen- 
dentalism in New England. ) 

Sonnets and canzonets. i2mo. pp. 149. 
Boston. Robert Bros. 1882. Cpr. 1882. 

811-A35SS 

Aldrich, Anne Reeve: (B. in New York City, 
1866. Poet and novelist. ) 

The rose of flame and other poems of love. 
i6mo. pp. iv, 92. N. Y. Putnams. 1889. 
Cpr. i88g. 811-A364R 

Aldrich, Julia Carter : (Petresia Peters.) (B. 
in Liverpool, O., 1834.) 

Hazel bloom. i6mo. pp. 213. Buffalo. 
Moulton. 1899. Cpr. i8gg. 811-A366H 

Aldrich, Thomas Bailey : (B. at Portsmouth, 
N. H., 1836. Editor of "Atlantic Monthly", 
1881-1890. ) 

1. Mercedes, and later lyrics. 8vo. pp. iii. 
Boston. H. M. & Co. 1884. Cpr.. 1883. 

81 1-A365M 

2. Poems. Household edition. lamo. pp. 286. 
Boston. H. M. & Co. 1885. 811-A365 

3. The sisters' tragedy with other poems, lyri- 
cal and dramatic. 8vo. pp. 108. Boston. 
H. M. &Co. 1891. Cpr. iSgo. 811-A365S 

4. Unguarded gates; and other paems. i2mo. 
pp. 121. Boston. H. M. &Co. 1895. 

811-A365U 

5. Later lyrics, selected from Mercedes, The 
sisters' tragedy, Windham towers, and Un- 
guarded gates. i6mo. pp. 92. Boston. H. 
M. & Co. 1896. Cpr. i8gs. 811-A365L 



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Aldrich, Thomas Baily : (Cont.) 
6. Judith and Holofemes; a poem. 8vo. pp. 
78. Boston. H. M. & Co. 1896. Cpr. iSc^b. 

811-A265J 

7- Poems. lamo. 2 vols. pp. ix, 204, and 
viii. 220. (Being vols, i and 2 of the Writings 
of Thomas Bailey Aldrich in 8 vols. ) Boston. 
H. M. &Co. 1897. 8H-A365A 

Alger, William Rounseville : (Unitarian cler- 
gyman. B. at Freetown, Mass., Dec. 20, 1822.) 

The poetry of the Orient. i6mo. pp. 871. 
Boston. Roberts Bros. 1874. Cpr. iSds- 

890.81-A395 

Allen, Mrs. Elizabeth [Chase] : (B. in Strong, 
Me., 1832. Author of poem "Rock me to 
sleep. Mother".) 

1. Poems; by Elizabeth Akers. (Florence Per- 
cy.) 24mo. pp. vi, 251. Boston. Ticknor 
& Co. i866. Cpr. 1 86b. 8U-A425 

2. The silver bridge, and other poems; by 
Elizabeth Akers. i2mo. pp. 124. Boston. 
H. M. & Co. 1886. Cpr. 18S6. 811-A425S 

3. The high-top sweeting, and other poems; 
by Elizabeth Akers. i2mo. pp.vii, 142. N.Y. 
Scribners. 1891. Cpr. i8gi. 811-A42SH 

Allen, Lyman Whitney : (B. in St.Louis, Mo., 
in 1854. Now pastor of Presby. Church in 
Newark, N. J. Poet and preacher. ) 

Abraham Lincoln; a poem. i2mo. pp. vi, 
112. N.Y. Putnams. 1896. Cpr. i8()6. 

811-A427A 

Allen, Paul : (B. at Providence, R. I., in i77'5: 
Died in 1826.) 

Original poems, serious and entertaining, 
ist edn. i2mo. pp. xi, i4r. Salem. Joshua 
Gushing. 1801. 811-A428O 

Allen, William: (B. at Pittsfield, Mass., Jan. 
2, 1784. President of Bowdoin College 1820- 
1839. Author of "American biographical and 
and historical dictionary". Died, Tulv 16. 
1868.) . J J' . 

Wunissoo; or. The vale of Hoosatunnuk, a 
poem, with notes. i2mo. pp. 237. Boston. 
J. P. Jewett. 1856. Cpr. i8s6. 8ii-A43iW 

Allen, Willis Boyd : (B. ia Kittery Point, Me., 
in 1855.) 

In the morning. i6mo. pp. 158. N. Y. 
Randolph. 1890. Cpr. i8go. 811-A432I 

Allerton, Ellen Palmer: (B. at Centerville. 
N. Y., 1835. Is now considered one of the 
leading authors of Kansas. ) 

Annabel, and other poems. i2mo. pp. 15J 
N. Y. J. B. Alden. 1885. Cpr. iS8s. 

8II-A434A 

Allis, Almon Trask : 

Uncle Alvin at home and abroad. 8vo. pp. 

319. [Hornellsville.] Author. 1895. C^r. 

iSgs- 811-A438U 



AUmond, Marcus Blalcey : (B. at Standards- 
ville, Va., in T851. Head Master of the Uni- 
versity School of Louisville, Ky.) 

1. Estelle; an idyl of Old Virginia, and other 
poems. 2nd edn. i2mo. pp. 79. Louis- 
ville. J. P. Morton, n. d. Cpr. 18S4. 

811-A439E 

2. Agricola, an idyl. 32mo pp. 16. Louis- 
ville. J. P. Morton. 1885. Cpr. iSSs- 

P811-A439A 

Allston, Washington : (1779-1843.) 

1. The sylphs of the seasons, with other poems, 
ist Am. from the London edn. i2mo. pp. 
168. Boston. Cummings & Hilliard. 1813. 
Cpr 1 813. 81 1-A442S 

2. Lectures on art, and poems. Edited by 
Richard H. Dana, Jr. (Poems on pp. 197- 
380.) i2mo. pp. xi, 380. N. Y. Baker & 
Scribner. 1850. Cpr. iSjo. 810.8-A442 

Alt, Florence May: (B. in Bloomington, 111., 
in 1869. Her verses were published in lead- 
ing magazines before her fourteenth year. 
Lives in Rochester, N. Y. ) 

A child of song; verses. i6mo. pp. ir4. 
1st. edn. Rochester. Rodell Bros. [1890.] 

811-A465C 
Amelia. See Welby, Amelia B. C. 

Arey, Mrs. Harriett Ellen Grannis: (B. at 
Cavendish, Vt., April 14, 1819. For several 
years she had the editorial charge of period- 
icals in Buffalo and New York. ) 

Household songs, and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. 254. N. Y. etc. J. C. Derby. 1855. Cpr. 
i8jj. 811-A683H 

Arnold, George : (1834-1865.) 

George Arnold's poems; complete edition. 
Including: i. Drift and other poems. 2. Po- 
ems grave and gay. i2mo. pp.384. Boston. 
Fields, Osgood & Co. 1871. 811-A754 

Arnold, Josiah Lyndon: (1763-1796. Resi- 
dent of Providence, R. I.) 

Poems, ist edn. i6mo. pp. 141. Provi- 
dence. Carter & Wilkinson. 1797. 811-A756 

Arthur, Clara M. 

The cherry-blooms of Yeddo, and other po- 
ems. i2mo. pp. 140. Boston. D. Lothrop. 
n. d. Cpr. 1 881. 8ti-A788C 

Atlee, Edwin Augustus : 

Essays at poetry, or, a collection of fugitive 
pieces; with the life of Eugenius Laude Watts. 
1st edn. i2mo. pp. 152. Phila. T. S. Man- 
ning. 1828. 811-A881E 

Auringer, Obadiah Cyrus : (B. at Glen Falls, 
N. Y., 1849. Clergyman and author. ) 

Scythe and sword: Poems. i6mo. pp. vi, 
81. Boston. D. Lothrop. 1887. Cpr. 1887. 

811-A928S 

Austin, Mrs. Harrington : (Resident of Olean, 
N. Y.) 

A bundle of poems. 8vo. pp. 47. Buffalo. 
Moulton. 1894. Cpr. 18^4. 811-A935B 



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Aylesworth, Barton O. (B. at Athens, 111., 
i860. Clergyman at Denver, Colo.) 

Song and Fable. i6mo. pp. 123. Des 
Moines. Kenyon Press. 1897. 811-A978S 

Babcock, Harmon Seeley : 

Trifles. i6mo. pp. 74. Providence. N. B. 
Williams & Co. 1879. Cpr. iSyg. 

811-B112T 

Babcock, James Staunton : (B. in South Cov- 
entry, Ct., Nov. 7, 1815, taught in Tusca- 
loosa, Ala. Died April 13, 1847.) 

Visions and voices. With a biographical 
sketch of the author. i2mo. pp. vi, 240. 
Hartford. Edwin Hunt. 1849. Cpr. 1849. 

811-B113V 
Bacon, Florence R. 

Midsummer mist. i6mo. pp. 53. Minnea- 
polis. Pioneer Press. 1889. P811-B128M 

Bacon, William Thompson : (B. at Woodbury, 
Ct., Aug. 24. 1841. Congregational minister 
in Trumbull, Ct.) 

i^ Poems. i2mo. pp. 134. Boston. Weeks, 
Jordan & Co. 1837. Cpr. i8sj. 811-B129A 

2. Poems. 8vo. pp. xvii, 214. New Haven. 
Benjamin & Noyes. 1839. Cpr. iSjg. 

811-B129 
Baily, William Entriken : 

1. Classical poems. i6mo. pp. 108. Cincin- 
nati. Clarke. 1892. Cpr. i8gi. 8ii-Bi6iC 

2. Dramatic poems. i6mo. pp. 117. Phila. 
Author. 1894. Cpr. 1894. 8ii-Bt6iD 

Baker, Miss Ella M. (B. at Stafford Springs, 
Ct, in 1848. D. 1884.) 

Clover leaves: A collection of poems. lamo. 
pp. XX, 234. Boston. Lothrop. n. d. Cpr. 
iS8s. 811-B166C 

Baker, George Melville : (B. at Portland, Me., 
July 2, 1832; died at Barnstable, Mass., Oct. 
20, 1890. Some time connected with the firm 
of Lee & Shepard.) 

An old man's prayer. i6mo. pp.59. Boston, 
lyee & Shepard. 1868. Cpr. 1867. 

811-B1663O 
Baker, J. H. 

A song of friendship: An elegy on the death 
of Charles Scheffer. i2mo. pp. 35. St. Paul. 
T. S. White & Co. 1877. Cpr. 1877. 

811-B16663 

Baker, Naaman R. (Resident of Charleston, 
S. C.) 

Constancy and other poems. i2mo. pp. 177. 
Mt. Morris, 111. Brethren's Pub. Co. 1894. 

811-B167C 
Baker, Samuel T. 

Fort Sumter and its defenders. i6mo. pp. 
62. Buffalo. Moulton. 1891. Cpr. iSgi. 

8H-B168F 
Ball, Benjamin West : 

Elfin land; and other poems. i2mo. pp.150. 
Boston. James Munroe & Co. 1851. Cpr. 
i8si. 811-B187E 



Ballard, Julia P. 

The scarlet oak, and other poems. Julia P. 
Ballard, Annie Lenthal Smith. i6mo. pp. v, 
1 16. N. Y. Putnams. 1878. 811-B188S 

Ballard, Mary Canfield: (B. at Troy, Pa., 
in 1852.) 

1. Idle fancies. By Minnie C. Ballard. 8vo. 
[pp.162.] Troy. A.S.Hooker. 1883. 

811-B189I 

2. Idle fancies. The pocket manual, no. 4. 
24mo. pp. 192. Phila. W. H. Thompson. 
n. d. Cpr. 1884. 811-B189I2 

Bangs, Sam. K. 

_ L/ights and shadows in the round of a tyjjo's 
life. i6mo. pp. 48. Louisville. Courier- 
Journal Co. 1885. 811-B216L 

Banks, Charles Eugene : 

Quiet music. With an introduction by Opie 
Read. i2mo. pp. 100. Chicago. F. J. Schulte 
& Co. n. d. Cpr. i8g2. 811-B218Q 

Barbe, W. T. W. (B. in West Virginia about 
forty years ago. Journalist, editor and poet.) 

Song of a century. A centennial ode. i6mo. 
pp. 12. Parkersburg. White & Baker, n. d. 

P811-B233S 
Barhite, Jared : 

Fidelity; a legend of Trinity lake, Pound- 
ridge, Westchester County, N. Y. l2mo. pp. 
i6. n. p. Author. 1891. P811-B251F 

Barlow, Joel: (1755-1812.') 

The Columbiad: A poem. 4to. pp. xvi, 454. 
Phila. C. & B. Conrad & Co. 1807. (Dedi- 
cation dated May 1807.) 811-B258C 

Barlow, Warren Sumner : 

Immortality inherent in nature. i2mo. pp. 
40. N.Y. Fowler & Wells.' 1885. Cpr. 1883. 

811-B257I 

Barnaval, Louis {Pseud.') See Dekay, Charles: 

Barnes, Arthur King : 

Love's flame and other poems. i2mo. pp. 
16. n. imp. P811-B261L 

Barnes, Mary Mathews: See Adams, Mary 
Mathews : 

Barrett, Elizabeth Gertrude Barber: (B. at 
New Haven, Ct., in 1827, married Capt. C. H. 
Barrett in 1861, died in 1863.) 

Poems. i2mo. pp. 453. N. Y. E. P. Dut- 
ton. 1866. Cpr. i86j. 811-B274 

Barrett, John E. 

The fugitives and other poems. i2mo. pp. 
132. Buffalo. Peter Paul Book Co. 1897. 
Cpr. i8g7. 811-B257F 

Bartley, James Avis : (Resident of Orange 
Co., Va.) 

Lays of ancient Virginia and other poems. 
i2mo. pp. 204. Richmond. J. W. Randolph. 
1855. Cpr. i8s5. 811-B291L 

Barton, William G. See Breed, Geo. J. 



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Bashford, Herbert: (B. at Sioux City, la.. 
1871. State librarian of Washington.) 

Seadrift. i6mo. pp. 28. [Tacoma.] Com- 
mercial Print, Co. n. d. P811-B299S 

Baskett, Nathaniel Morton: (Physician in 
Moberly, Mo. B. in St. Louis in 1853. ) 

Visions of fancy. A poetical work. lamo. 
pp. 109, St. Louis. Commercial Print. Co. 
1884. Cpr. 1884. 811-B315W 

Bates, Alice Pease : (Daughter of Gen. Phi- 
nias Pease.) 

Memory bells. 8vo. pp.48. Buffalo. Moul- 
ton. 1894. Cpr. i8g4. 811-B328M 

Bates, Arlo: (B. at East Michias, Me., Dec. 
16, 1850. Professor of English literature at 
Mass. Inst, of Technology.) 

I. Told in the gate. lamo. pp.215. Boston. 
Roberts Bros. 1892. Cpr. iSgs. 8ii-B329T 

2 The torch-bearers. [Delivered at the Cen- 
tennial of the incorporation of Bowdoin Col- 
lege, June 28, 1894.J 8vo. pp. 35. Boston. 
Roberts Bros. 1894. Cpr. 1894. 811-B329T0 

3. Under the beech-tree. i2mo. pp. viii, 123. 
Boston. H. M. & Co. 1899. Cpr. i8gg. 

8II-B329U 

Bates, Charlotte Fiske : (B. at New York, 
Nov. 30, 1838; married M. Adolphe Rog6 in 
1891.) 

Risk and other poems. 2nd edn. 24mo. 
pp. vii, 133. Boston. A. Williams & Co. 1881. 
Cpr. i87g. 8I1-R721R 

Bates, Katherine Lee : (B. in Falmouth, Mass , 
in 1858: Graduated from Wellesley College 
in 1880. ) 

1. Santa Claus' riddle, iimo. [pp.29. J Boston. 
D. Lothrop & Co. n. d. P769.8i-B329Sa 

2. Sunshine. 32mo.ob. [pp. 12.] Boston. D. 
' Cpr '^ 

P811-B329SU 

Batterson, Harmon Griswold : (B. in Connec- 
ticut in 1827. Rector of Church of the Re- 
deemer, N. Y.) 

Christmas carols and other verses. i2mo. 
pp. 72. Phila. Lippincott. 1877. Cpr. 1877. 

P811-B335C 

Baxley, Isaac Rieman : (B. in Baltimore, 
Md , in 1850. Resides in California.) 

1. The temple of Alanthur, with other poems. 
i2mo. pp. 136. N. Y. Putnams. 1886. Cpr. 
j886. 811-B355T 

2. The Prophet and other poems. i2mo. pp. 
74. N.Y. Putnams. 1888. Cpr. 1888. 

811-B355P 

3. Songs of the spirit. 24mo. pp. 100. Buf- 
falo. Moulton. 1891. Cpr. i8go. 811-B355S 

4. Beyond the bank of mi.st. A poem. 8vo. 
pp. 31. Buffalo. Petei- Paul Book Co. 1895. 
Cpr. 1893. 811-B355B 



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Baxter, James Phinney : (B. at Gorham, Me., 
in 1831. Four times Mayor of Portland.) 

Idyls of the year. i2mo. pp. 73. Portland. 
Hoyt, Fogg & Dunham. 1884. Cpr. 1884. 

811-B356I 
Bayley, Mrs. L. M. Laning : 
She saw the risen Lord. Easter Greeting. 
i6mo. pp. 9. Louisville. J. P. Morton. i88g. 

P245-B358S 
Bayne, Charles J. 

1. The parson; a satire. 12th edn. i2mo. pp. 
19. Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle, n. d. 

P811-B361P 

2. The water-spirit's bride, and other poems. 
i6mo. pp. 116. N. Y. J. B. Alden. 18S9. 
Cpr. 1889. 8H-B361W 

Beach, Abel: (B. at Groton, N. Y., Feb. 7, 
1829.) 

1. Western airs. Choice selections from the 
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Bellville, John Oliver: 
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Song of the rivers. i2mo. pp. 262. N. Y. 
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Bentley, Robert T. 

In memoriam. Mother. Obit 1881. i2mo. 

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Prince Robert: A poem in twelve cantos. 

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Poems of love and fancy. 24mo. pp. 27. 
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Best, Larry: 

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Bethune, George W. (B. in N. Y. City, m 
1805. He was minister of churches in Utica, 
Phila. and Brooklyn. He died at Florence, 
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Lays of love and faith. With other fugitive 
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1. Lays of Cambria. 32mo. pp. 69. London. 
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1887. Cpr. 1887. 811-B571S 

Bevis, Mrs. S. C. Hazlett-: (B. Zanesville, 
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poet.) 

Poems. i2mo. pp. 100. Cincinnati. H. 
H. Bevis. 1890. Cpr. i8go. 811-B572 

Biddle, Horace P. (Born in Ohio in 1811. Re- 
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1. A few poems. i2mo. pp. 240. Cincinnati. 
Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co. 1858. Cpr. 
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Bien, Herman M. 
-Oriental legends and other poems. 8vo. N.Y. 
Brown & Derby. 1883. Cpr. 1883. 811-B588O 

Bigelov7, William : (B. in Nantick, Mass., in 
1773. Was principal of the Boston Latin 
School; Edward Everett was one of his pupils- 
He died in 1844.) 

Education: A poem, spoken at Cambridge, 
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Bishop, Levi : (Bom at Russell, Mass., in 1815: 
Died in Detroit in i88i. Lawyer.) 

Teuchsa Grondie: A legendary poem. 2nd 
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not before published. 8vo. pp. 552. Albany. 
Weed, Parsons & Co. 1872. Cpr. i86g. 

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Bishop, Putnam P. 

Liberty's ordeal. i6tno. pp. 128. N. Y. 
Sheldon & Co. 1864. Cpr. 1S64. 

973-79-B622 
Blackwell, James DeRuyter: 
Poetical works. i6mo. 3 vols. [vol. 3 want- 
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Blair, Orphelia E. 
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1892. 8ii-B634ly 

Blake, James Vila : 
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Blanchard, Mary Ellen : (Born in Pembroke, 
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A story of Psyche, and other poems. i2mo. 
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Cpr. i88s. 811-B638S 

Blanchard, Rufus : (Born at Lyndeboro, N. 
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Abraham Lincoln the type of American 
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141. Wheaton. R. Blanchard & Co. 1882. 
Cpr. 1881. 811-B639I/ 

Blanden, Charles Granger : (Born in Maren- 
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1888. 811-B642T 

Block, Louis James : 

1. Dramatic sketches and poems. i2mo. pp. 
220. Phila. Lippincott. 1891. Cpr. i8gi. 

811-B651D 

2. El nuevo mundo : A poem. i2mo. pp. 95. 
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8ii-B65iN 
Blodgett, Mrs. Lydia: 
Temperance and other poems. 8vo. [pp. 39. ] 
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P8II-B652T 

Bogart, Elizabeth : (Daughter of Rev. David 
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Driftings from the stream of life. A collec- 
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Bohan, Elizabeth Baker : 
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1. Poems of the war. i2mo. pp. 202. Bos- 
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Bolton, Charles Knowles : (Born in Cleve- 
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1. On the wooing of Martha Pitkin, being a 
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Boston. Copeland & Day. 1894. Cpr. 18^4. 

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Whispering pines i,2mo. pp. 167. N. Y. 
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Booth, Emma Scarr: (Bom in England in 
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The family of three; lesuina, and other 
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Boston Bard. {Pseud. ) See Coffin, Robert S. 

Botta, Anne Charlotte Lynch : (Born in Ben- 
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1891.) 

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Dixie poems. 24mo. pp. 187. Denver. 
Bower Book Co. 1893. Cpr. i8go. 

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Bowles, Ada C. 
Bits of life on Cape Ann. 24mo. [pp. 20.] 
Boston. Allen Print. 1892. Cpr. i8g2. 

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Boyd, Asa S. 
Poetical works; together with an allegory of 
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■writings of J. H. Boyd. i2mo. pp. 360. Bal- 
timore. Author. 1886. Cpr. 1886. 

811-B789 

Boyesen, Hjalmer Hjorth : (1848-1895.) 

Idyls of Norway and other poems. i6mo. pp. 

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811-B791I 
Boylan, Grace Duffie : 

The old house and other poems and sketches. 

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Cpr. 181)7. 818-B792O 

Boyle, Esmeralda : 
Songs of the land and sea. i6mo. pp. 76. 
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811-B7911S 

Boynton, Julia P. (Bom in South Byron, N.Y.> 
about 1865. ) 

Lines and interlines. i6mo. pp. vii, 103. 
N. Y. Putnams. 1887. Cpr. 1886. 

811-B792L 

Brackett, Edward Augustus : (B. in Vassal- 
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Twilight hours : Or, Iveisure moments of an 
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Bolles. 1845. Cpr. 1845. 811-B797T 

Bradford, J. Strieker : 
Autumn winds, and other poems. i2mo. pp. 
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811-B799AU 

Bradlee, Caleb Davis : (Born in Boston, Mass., 
1 831: Died in 1897.) 

1. A few poems, ist, 2nd, and 3rd series. Svo. 
pp. 3O1 54) 56. J^- iinp. 1880-81. 

P811-B811P. 

2. Selections from poems. 24mo. [pp. 6 ] 
N. imp. P8ii-B8ii:5 

Bradley, Kate A. 
Songs in the night. Svo. pp. 46. Buffalo. 
Moulton. 1894. Cpr. 18^4. 811-B811S 

Brannan, William Penn. (B. in Cincinnati, 
O., March 22, 1825. He was a successful por- 
trait and landscape painter as well as a poeti- 
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He died in 1865.) 

Vagaries of Vandyke Browne. An autobio- 
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R. W. Carroll & Co. 1865. Cpr. 1863. 

811-B821V 

Breed, George J. 
Songs and saunterings, by a poet and natural- 
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xiii, 270. Salem. Salem Press. i8g2. Cpr. 
i8g2. 811-B832S 

Breitman, Hans : See Leland, Charles G. 

Bremer, Belle: 5^^ Swafford. Mrs. Martina: 

Brewer, Daniel Chauncey: 
Madeleine; a poem in fragments. lamo. pp. 
vii, 137. N. Y. Putnams. 1888. Cpr. 1888. 

8H-B847M 



Brewerton, George Douglas : (Son of Brevet 
Brig. -Gen. Henry Brewerton, U. S. A.; born 
about 1820, served as a lieutenant in the "Cal- 
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U. S. Army.) 

Fitz Poodle at Newport ; an incident of the 
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Bridgman, M. F. 

1. Mosses. i2mo. pp.87. Boston. A.Williams 
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2. Under the pine. i2mo. pp. 64. Boston. 
Cupples, Upham & Co. 1885. Cpr. iSSs- 

811-B852U 

Brigham, G. Nelson : (A native of Montpe- 
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The harvest moon, and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. vi, 212. Cambridge. Riverside Press. 
1874. Cpr. 1870. 811-B855H 

Bristol, Augusta Cooper : (Bom in Croydon, 
N. H., in 1835. Poet and lecturer, and an 
educator of Vineland, N. J.) 

1. The web of life. i6mo. pp. 71. Buffalo. 
Moulton. 1895. Cpr. i8gj. 811-B861W 

2. Poems. i2mo. pp. 190. Boston. Adams 
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Bristol, E. L. Macomb : 
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811-B862S 

Brittingham, Florence V. (Florence V. Shea- 
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married in 1882 the Rev. Jacob Brittingham, 
died in 1891.) 

Verse and story. i6mo. pp. vi, 220. Builalo. 
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Brooks, Charles T. Transl. (B. in Salem, 
Mass., in 1813 and graduated at Harvard Col- 
lege in 1832. Unitarian Minister in Newport, 
R. I., where he died in 1883.) 

Wisdom of the Brahmin: A didactic poem. 
Tr. from the German of Friedrich Riickert by 
Charles T. Brooks. i2mo. pp. xii, 252. Bos- 
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831-R912W 
Brooks, Constantina E. 
Ballads and translations. i2mo. pp. 144. 
N. Y. Appleton. 1866. Cpr. 1864 

811-B872B 

Brooks, Maria (Cowan): (B. in Medford, 
Mass., about 1795 and married Mr. Brooks of 
Boston. Southey called her "Maria del Occi- 
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Zophiel; or, The bride of seven. By Marie 
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Brooks, Phillips: (1835-1893. Sixth Protes- 
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Poems, sq. 8vo. London & N. Y. But- 
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~ 8H-B873 
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Brotherton, Alice Williams : (Born at Cam- 
bridge, Ind.) 

1. Beyond the vail. i2mo. pp. 14. Chicago. 
C. H. Kerr & Co. 1886. Cpr. 1886. 

P811-B874B 

2. The sailing of King Olaf and other poems. 
i6mo. pp. 145. Chicago. C. H. Kerr & Co. 
1887. Cpr. 1887. 811-B874S 

Brougham, John : (B. in Dublin, May 9, 1814 
and came to America at an early age. Died 
June 7, 1880.) 

Life, stories, and poems of John Brougham. 
Edited by William Winter. i2mo, pp. 461. 
(Poems on pp. 389-461.) Boston. J. R. Os- 
good & Co. 1881. Cpr. 1880. 920A-B875W 

Brown, E. Lakin : 
[Kala,] a Poem delivered before the "Ladies' 
Library Association of Kalamazoo", June 21st, 
1854. 8vo. pp.12. N. Y. 1854. P811-B877 

Brown, Helen L. Kilburn : 

1. One of the shepherds of Bethlehem : A poem. 
8vo. pp. 14. Pittsfield. J. B. Harrison. 1883. 
Cpr. 1883. P811-B878O 

2. Trinity chimes and songs of the unseen, 
12. pp. 64. Pittsfield. J. A. Maxim, n. d. 
Cpr. iS()3. P811-B878T 

Brown, John Newton : [D. D.] (Bom at New 
London, 1803, ordained to the ministry in 
Buffalo in 1825. Died in Germantown, Pa. in 
1S68.) 

Emily, and other poems. i6mo. pp. 276. 
Concord, N. H. J. S. Boyd. 1840. Cpr. 1840 

811-B877E 

Brown, Lelah Harrison : 
A book of poems; The Golden rod. 8vo. pp. 
70. A'^. imp. Cpr. iSgz. 811-B878B 

Brown, Leonard : (Born in 1838. A black- 
smith's apprentice in his youth, he had few 
advantages of early instruction.) 

Poems of the prairies. New edn. i2mo. 
pp.186. Des Moines. Redhead & Wellslager. 
1868. Cpr. 1863. 811-B879P 

Brown, Theron : (Bomat Willimentic, Ct., in 
1832. Assistant editor of the Youth's Com- 
panion. ) 

Life songs. 8vo. pp. 236. Boston. Lee 
& Shepard. 1894. 811-B881L 

Browne, Frances Elizabeth : 
Poems i2mo. pp. 156. Boston. Stacy, 
Richardson & Co. 1848. Cpr. 1846. 

811-B881S 

Browne, Irving: (i835-i89q. Born at Mar- 
shall, N. Y. For many years librarian of the 
Law Library at Buffalo, N. Y.) 

1. In the track of the bookworm. 8vo. pp. 
135. East Aurora. Roycroft Press. 1897. 
Cpr. i8g7. 097-B882 

2. The house of the heart. i6mo. pp. vii, 156. 
Buffalo. Peter Paul Book Co. n. d. Cpr. 
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3. Ballads of a bookworm. 8vo. pp.120. East 
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Browne, Vandyke: 5(f^ Brannan, Wm Penn: 

Brownson, Isaac K. (B. at Smithfield, N.Y., 
July 6, 1810. A Baptist minister. ) 

1. Ho deutoros tlianatos; or The second death. 
Dives and Lazarus. (Theological essays.) 
i6mo. pp. 68. Syracuse. C. W. Bardeen. 
1888. P245-B885H 

2. An essay on the post-mortem existence of 
man; or, The intermediate state. i2mo. pp. 
62. Boston. Advent Christian Pub. Soc. 
1892. P811-B885E 

Bruce, Wallace: (Bornat Hillsdale, N. Y., in 
1844.) 

1. The land of Burns. lUust. by J. D. Smillie. 
i2mo. Boston. Lee & Shepard. 1879. Cpr. 
i87g. 811-B887L 

2. The Yosemite. lUiist. by James D. Smillie. 
i2mo. Boston. Lee & Shepard. 1880. Cpr. 
1880. 811-B887Y 

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Cpr. 1881. 811-B887H 

4. From the Hudson to the Yosemite. 8vo. pp. 
98. N. Y. Am. News Co. n. d. Cpr. 1884. 

811-B887F 

5. The candle parade. Read by the author at 
the i8th annual reunion of the Society of the 
Army of the Potomac, held at Saratoga 
Springs, N. Y., June 22, 1887. i6mo. pp. 15. 
N. Y. Bryant Literary Union, n. d. 

P811-B887C 
Bryant, John Howard: (Born in Mass., in 
1807. Brother of W. C. Bryant. A poet and 
fanner of Princeton. ) 

Poems written from youth to old age. 1824- 
1884. 8vo. pp. 239. Princeton, 111. T. P. 
Streeter. 1885. 811-B914P 

Bryant, William Cullen : (1794-1878.) 

1. See Specimens of the American poets; with 
critical notices, and a preface. i2mo. Lon- 
don. 1822. Poems, pp. 189-218. 811.08-S741 

2. Poems. i2mo. 2 vols. pp. x, 296; vi, 286. 
N.Y. Appleton. 1871. Cpr. 1834. Sii-Bgig 

3. Thirty poems. i2mo. pp. 222. N. Y. Ap- 
pleton, 1871. Cpr. 1863. 811-B915T 

4. The Iliad of Homer. Tr. into English blank 
verse by William Cullen Bryant. 8vo. 2 vols, 
pp. xviii, 398, 426. Boston. Fields, Osgood 
& Co. 1871. Cpr. 1870. 883.1-5IB 

5. The Odyssey of Homer. Tr. into Enlish 
blank verse. By William Cullen Bryant. 8vo. 
2 vols. pp. xi, 324, 311. Boston. J. R. Os- 
good & Co. 1871-2. Cpr. 1871-2. 883.I-50B 

6. Thanatopsis, and other favorite poems. Com- 
piled by Sara E. Husted Lockwood. i2mo. 
pp. 61. Boston. Ginn & Co. 1888. 

P811-B915T 

7. Poetical works. Ed. by Parke Godwin. 8vo. 
2 vols. pp. 357, 372. N.Y. Appleton. 1883. 

811-B915A 

8. Early poems. With biographical sketch by 
Nathan Haskell Dole. i2mo. pp. xlix, 366. 
N. Y. T. Y. Crowell & Co. n. d. Cpr. 1893 

H. S. 5. 



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Buckham, James: (Born at Burlington, Vt., 
1858.) 

Lora; a romance in verse; by Paul Pastnor. 
i2mo. pp. 56. Phila. J. E. Potter & Co. 
«. d. Cpr. 188 J. 8H-B922L 

Bulfinch, Stephen Greenleaf : (B. in Boston, 
June 18, 1809. A Unitarian minister. Died 
at Cambridge, Mass., in 1870.) 

Lays of the Gospel. i2mo. pp. 194. Bos- 
ton. James Munroe. 1845. Cpr. 1844- 

245-B933T- 
Buntling Ball. See Fawcett, Edgar: 

Burdick, Arthur J. (B. in Genesee, N. Y., in 
1858.) 

Just jingles. i2mo. pp. xi, 157. Buffalo. 
Peter Paul Book Co. 1898. Cpr. i8g8. 

811-B949J 
Burdick, Le'wis Dayton : 
Through field and wood; lyric verses and son- 
nets. i2mo. pp. 185. Phila. Lippincott. 
1888. Cpr. 1888. 811-B951T 

Burgess, Robert : 
The dreams of the morning. i2mo. pp. 120. 
Pittsburgh. Johnston & Stockton. 1845. 

811-B955D 

Burleigh, William Henry : (A lineal descen- 
dant of William Bradford, was born at Wood- 
stock, Conn., in 1812. A reformer as well as 
a poet, he died at Brooklyn, N. Y. , in 1871.) 

Poems. i2mo. pp. 248. Phila. J. M. 
M'Kim. 1841. Cpr. 1841. 811-B961 

Burnett, James G. 

Love and Laughter : Being a legacy of rhyme. 

i2mo. pp. xii, 161. N. Y. Putnams. 1895. 

Cpr. i8<ps- 811-B964L 

Burroughs, Rev. Charles : (B. at Boston, Dec. 
27, 1787. Episcopal clergyman. He was an 
accomplished scholar and an able preacher. 
He died in 1868.) 

The poetry of religion and other poems. 
i2mo. pp. lor. Boston. Ticknor, Reed & 
Fields. 1851. 811-B972P 

Burt, Eveline F. 
Autumn leaves. 8vo. pp. 44. Mt. Gilead. 
[1890.] Cpr. i8go. P811-3973A 

Burton, Richard: (B. at Hartford, Conn., 
March 14, 1859. Professor of English litera- 
ture at the University of Michigan. ) 

1. Dumb in June. 2nd edn. i6mo. pp. 87. 
Boston. Copeland & Day. 1895. Cpr. i8gs. 

811-B974D 

2. Memorial day, and other poems. i2mo. pp. 
73. Boston. Copeland & Day. 1897. Cpr. 
i8g7. 811-B974M 

3. Lyrics of brotherhood. i2mo. pp. 75. Bos- 
ton. Small, Maynard & Co. 1899. Cpr. 
i8<)(). 811-B974L 

Bush, Belle: 
In memory of H. R. H. Leopold, Duke of Al- 
bany. The clock of gold. i2mo. N.Y. n. d. 

P8II-B978C 

2. Voices of the morning. i6mo. pp. 270. 
Phila. Lippincott. 1865. Cpr. i86s. 

811-B978V 



Buskirk, Clarence A. (Born at Friendship, 
N. Y., in 1842. A Lawyer.) 

1. A cavern for a hermitage. i6mo. pp. 93. 
N. Y. J. B. Alden. 1889. Cpr. j88g. 

811-B979C 

2. The great interrogations. 4to. pp. 286. 
Princeton, Ind. Author's autograph-mimio- 
graph edn. Cpr. iSgj. 811-B979G 

Butler, Rev. Thomas Ambrose : 
The Irish of the prairies, and other poems. 
i2mo. pp.161 N.Y. D. &J. Sadlier& Co. 
1874. Cpr. 187s. 811-B987I 

Butler, William Allen : (B. at Albany, N. Y., 
in 1825, graduated at the New York University, 
1843, and settled in New York as a lawyer. ) 

1. Nothing to wear: An episode of city life. 
(Anon.) i6mo. pp. 68. N. Y. Rudd & 
Carleton. 1857. 817-H987N 

2. Two millions, izmo. pp. 93. N. Y. Ap- 
pleton. 1858. Cpr. iSjS. 811-B9872T 

Butters, Mary E. 
Harp of Hesper; Songs and poems. i2mo. 
pp. 8, 161. Buffalo. Moulton. 1891. Cpr. 
iSgi. 8ii-B987iH 

Butterworth, Hezekiah : (Born at Warren, 
R. I., in 1839. Editor of Youth's Companion.) 

1. Poems for Christmas, Easter and New Year's. 
8vo. pp. xi, 153. Boston. Estes & Lauriat. 
1885. Cpr. 1883. 811-B988P 

2. Songs of history: Poems and ballads upon 
important episodes in American history. 
i2mo. pp. 183. Boston. New England Pub. 
Co. 1887. Cpr. 1887. 811-B988S 

3. White city by the inland sea: Ode at the 
opening of the Chicago Peace Congress, Aug. 
14, 1893. i2mo. pp. 19. Boston. Am. Peace 
Soc. 1893. P811-B988W 

Butts, B. J. 
The angel and the slaver; a radical poem. 
i2mo. pp. 16. Hopedale, Milford, Mass. 
Author, i860. P811-B989A 

Butts, Mrs. Mary Frances [Barber]: (B. at 
Hopkinton, R. I., about 1834. A writer of 
Juvenile works.) 

"Cockle shells and silver bells." 8vo. pp. 
vi, 95. Buffalo. Moulton. 1889. Cpr. 1888. 

811-B989C 

Byars, William Vincent : 

The glory of the garden, and other odes, son- 
nets, and ballads in sequence. With a note 
on the relations of the Horatian ode to the 
Tuscan sonnet. 1 2mo n. p., n. d. [Gazlay 
Bros.] 811-B992G 

Byers, Samuel Havrkins Marshall : (Born 
in Pulaski, Pa., in 1838. U. S. Consul at 
Zurich, later consul general. ) 

The happy isles, and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. 162. N Y. Webster & Co. 1891. Cpr 
j8gi. 811-B983H 

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Calvert, George Henry : (B. in Baltimore in 
1803, graduated at harvard in 1823. Mayor 
of Newport, R. I. in 1853. Died in 1889. He 
was a lineal descendant of George Calvert the 
first Ivord Baltimore. ) 

1. Sibyl; A poem. i2mo. pp. 55. Boston. 
Lee & Shepard. n. d. Cpr. 1883. 811-C167S 

2. Threescore, and other poems. lamo. pp. 
" " - -- ' n. d. Cpr. 



90. Boston. 
1883. 



Lee & Shepard. 



811-C167T 



Calvert, Mrs. Myrta J. 
Poetical writings. 32mo. 
land, Pa. n. d. 



[pp. 26.] Rock- 
P811-C167 



Campbell, John Preston : (B. at Boston, Mass. 
Practices law in Abilene, Kansas.) 

The summerless sea, and other poems. 8vo. 
pp. 246. Phila. Lippincott. 1888. Cpr. 
1888. 811-C188S 

Campbell, Walter L. 
Civitas. The romance of our nation's life. 
i6mo. pp. 134. N. Y. Putnams. n. d. 
Cpr. 1886. 811-C192C 

Canning, Josiah Dean : (Born at Gill, Conn., 
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Connecticut river reeds. Blown by the 
"Peasant Bard." i2mo. pp. xv, 136. Bos- 
ton. J, G. Cupples. «. d. Cpr. i8<)2. 

811-C225C 

Cannon, Charles James : (B. in N. Y. City 
in 1800, of Irish parentage, published poems, 
dramas, novels, and school books. Died in 
i860.) 

1. The poet's quest, and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. 72. N. Y. Casserly & Co. 1841. Cpr. 
1840. 811-C226P 

2. The crowning hour, and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. 132. N. Y. Edward Dunigan. 1843. 
Cpr. 1843. 811-C226C 

Carey, Helena M. See Carey, Patrick: 

Carey, Patrick : (An Irishman by birth, and 
a resident of Cohoes, N. Y. ) 

Carey's poetical works; including a selection 
of poems by his daughter, Helena M. Carey . 
(pp 355-406.) i2mo. pp. xiii, 406. Cohoes. 
J. & M. Wallace. 1888. Cpr. 1888. 811-C275 

Carleton, Will : (B. at Hudson, Mich., in 1845. 
Lecturer and poet.) 

1. Farm ballads. 8vo. pp. 155. N.Y. Harpers. 
n. d. Cpr. 1873. 8ii-C28iFa 

2. Farm legends. 8vo. pp. 131. Harpers, n. 
d. Cpr. 187s. 8U-C281L 

3. Farm festivals. 8vo, pp. 167. N. Y. Harp- 
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ers. 1866. Cpr. J-88S. 811-C281B 

5. City legends. 8vo. pp. 170. N. Y. Harp- 
ers. 1890. Cpr. j88g. 811-C281CI 

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ers. 1892. Cpr. i8<)2. 811-C281C 

7. Rhymes of our planet. i2mo. pp. viii, 195. 
N.Y. Harpers. 1895. Cpr. iSgs- 811-C281R 



Carman, Bliss: (B. at Fredericton, N. B., in 
1861 . Office editor of the N. Y. Independent. ) 

1. Songs from vagabondia. Bliss Carman, 
Richard Hovey. 2nd edn. i6mo. pp. 55. 
Boston. Copeland & Day. 1895. Cpr. 18^4. 

811-C287S 

2. By the aurelian wall, and other elegies. 
i2mo. pp. 132. Boston. Lanson, Wolffe & 
Co. 1898. Cpr. i8g8. 811-C287B 

Carpenter, Alice Dimmick : (B. at Milford, 
Pa.) 

Poems ; original and translated. i6mo. pp. 
III. Chicago. Cowles & Dunkley. 1882. 

811-C295 

Carson, Sallie: (B. in Beaver Co., Pa., in 
1847.) 

Wayside flowers, a collection of short po- 
ems. By S. C. i6mo. pp. 163. Phila. Lip- 
pincott. 1881. Cpr. 1880. 811-C321W 

Carter, John Kenton : 

Duck Creek ballads. i2mo. pp.204. N.Y. 
H. C. Nixon, n. d. Cpr. 1894. 811-C323D 

Cary, Alice: (1820-1871.) 

1 Ballads, lyrics, and hymns. Popular edn. 
i2mo. pp. ix, 333. N.Y. Hurd & Hough- 
ton. 1874. Cpr. i86s. 811-C932B 

2. The last poems of Alice and Phoebe Cary. 
Edited by Mary Clemmer Ames. i2mo. pp. 
vii, 306. N. Y. Hurd & Houghton. 1874. 
Cpr. 1873. 811-C333L 

3. A memorial of Alice and Phoebe Cary, with 
some of their later poems. By Mary Clemmer 
Ames. i2mo. pp. xii, 351. N.Y. Hurd & 
Houghton. 1874. Cpr. 1873. 920A-C273H 

Cary, Phoebe: (1824-1871.) 

1. Poems of faith, hope, and love. i2mo. pp. 
V, 249. N. Y. Hurd & Houghton. 1869. 
Cpr. 1867. 8JI-C333P 

2. See also Cary, Alice : 

Cary, Richard L., Jr. 

Tales of the turf, and "Rank outsiders" with 
thirty-one original illustrations by Gean Smith. 
8vo. pp. 166. Chicago. F. J. Schulte & Co. 
n. d. Cpr. i8gi. 811-C333T 

Case, John Murray : 
Poems. i2mo. pp. 240. Columbus. Hann 
& Adair. 1895. Cpr. i8gj. 811-C337 

Case, Mrs. Marietta Stanley : (Born in 
Thompson, Conn., in 1845. Author and tem- 
perance advocate.) 

1. The Plymouth Rock. The C. L. S. C. class 
of 1888. i6mo. [pp. 10.] Highland Park, 
Ct. 1888. Cpr. 1888. P811-C337P 

2. A tribute to the memory of Mrs. Rutherford 
B. Hayes. 24mo.ob. [pp. 15.] S. Manches- 
ter, Ct. 1890. P811-C337T 

Case, Rev. Wheeler: 
Revolutionary memorials, embracing poems 
by the Rev. Wheeler Case, published in 1778. 
Edited by Rev. Stephen Dodd. i2mo. pp. 
69. N. Y. M. W. Dodd. 1852. Cpr. 1832 

Ha973.3-D6 



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Casterline, Edwin D. (Resident of California.) 
Pages from a young man's journal. i2mo. 
pp. 215, iv. San Jose. Smitii & Eaton. 1895. 
Cpr. i8gs- 811-C349P 

Cavaness, A. A. B. (Native of Kansas.) 
Poems; by two brothers. A. A. B. Cavaness 
[and] J. M. Cavaness. i2mo. pp. xi, 109. 
Chetopa, Ks. Authors, n. d. Cpr. iSgs. 

811-C377 

Cavaness, J. M. See Cavaness, A. A. B. 

Cawein, Madison Julius : (Born in Louisville, 
Ky., in 1865.) 

1. Blooms of the berry. i2mo. pp. 202. 
l,ouisville. J. P. Morton & Co. 1887. Cpr. 
1887. 811-C383B 

2. The triumph of music and other lyrics. i6mo. 
Pp. vi, 171. N.p. J. P. Morton & Co. 1888. 
Cpr. 1888. 811-C383T 

3. Accolonof Gaul, with other poems. 8vo. pp. 
viii, 164. Louisville. J. P. Morton & Co. 
1889. Cpr. i88g. 811-C383A 

4. Lyrics and idyls. Limited edn. i2mo. pp. 
194. N. p. J. P. Morton & Co. 1890. 

811-C383L 

5. Days and dreams; poems. i2mo. pp. 173. 
N.Y. Putnams. 1891. Cpr. i8gi. 811-C383D 

6. Moods and memories; poems. i6mo. pp. 
xii, 310. N. Y. Putnams. 1892. Cpr. i8gz. 

811-C383M 

7. Poems of nature and love. i6mo. pp. viii, 
zii. N. Y. Putnams. 1893. Cpr. j8gs. 

8ir-C383P 

8. Red leaves and roses; poems. i6mo. pp. vi, 
205. N. Y. Putnams. 1893. Cpr. iSgs- 

811-C383R 

9. Intimations of the beautiful, and poems. 
i2mo. pp. vii, 208. N.Y. Putnams. 1894. 
Cpr. i8g4. 8ri-C383l 

10. Undertones. 24mo. pp. viii, 65. Boston. 
Copeland & Day. 1896. Cpr. i8g6. 

811-C383U 

Chadwick, John White: (Bom at Marble- 
head, Mass., in 1840. A noted preacher of 
Brooklyn, N. Y.) 

1. In Nazareth town; a Christmas fantasy, and 
other poems. i2mo. pp. iii. Boston. Ro- 
berts Bros. 1883. Cpr. 1883. 811-C432N 

2. A book of poems. 24mo. pp. 280. Boston. 
Roberts Bros. 1888. Cpr. 1888. 811-C432B 

Challen, \_Rev.'\ James: (B. in Hackensack, 
N. J. Was a publisher in Philadelphia.) 

The cave of Machpelah and other poems. 
i2mo. pp. 220. Phila. C. Sherman. 1854. 
Cpr. 18J4. 8II-C437C 

Chambers, Augusta: 
My book. i2mo. pp. 141. Buffalo. Author. 
1880. Cpr. 1880. 8[i-l:444M 

Champlin, Edwin Ross : (Born 1854. A res- 
ident of Westerly, R. I. ) 

PI eart's own; verses. i2mo. pp.69. Chi- 
cago. C. H. Kerr & Co. 1886. Cpr. 1886. 

811-C453H 



Chandler, Henry : 
The spring beauty. A reverie. A souvenir 
of the tenth anniversary of the organization 
of the Buffalo Field Club: Celebrated June 
the 19th, 1890. 24mo. 

P8i:-C45sS 

Channing-(Stetson), Grace EUery : (B. in 
Providence, R. I., 186-. Daughter of Dr. 
William Francis Channing. Since 1884 a res- 
ident of Southern California and at times of 
Italy.) 

Sea drift; poems. i2mo. pp. Boston. 
Small, Maynard & Co. 1899. Cpr. i8gg 

811-S841S 

Channing, William Ellery : (A nephew of 
Rev. Dr. Channing, was born in i8i8 at Bos- 
ton. Engaged in editorial work at N. Y. City 
and New Bedford. Married a sister of Marga- 
ret Fuller Ossoli. 

The wanderer. A colloquial poem, i2mo. 
pp. 137. Boston. J. R. Osgood & Co. 1871. 
Cpr. 1871. 811-C458W 

Chapman, E. Harris : 
The parsonage. 32mo. pp. 153. Cleveland. 
Smead & Cowles. 1849. (Preface dated 1849.) 

811-C466P 

Chapman, Mary Berri : See Hansbrough, 
Mary Berri (Chapman): 

Charles, Emily Thornton : (Born at Lafayette, 
Ind., in 1845. A Washington journalist.) 

1. Hawthorn blossoms. i2mo. pp. 165. Phila. 
Lippincott. 1876. Cpr. 1876. 811-C475H 

2. Lyrical poems. 2nd edn. 8vo. pp. 270. 
Phila. Lippincott. 1887. Cpr. 1886. 

811-C475L 
Cheever, George Barrell: (B. in Hallowell, 
Me. , 1807. Congregational minister in Salem, 
Mass.) 

Memorabilia of George B. Cheever, D. D., 
and of his wife Elizabeth Wetmore Cheever, 
in verse and prose. i2mo. pp. 219, 361, 72. 
N. Y. John Wiley & Sons. 1890. Cpr. iSgo. 

920A-C515M 

Cheiro. (Pseud, of Compte de Hamong.) 
If we only knew, and other poems. 8vo. pp. 
39. Chicago. F. T. Neely. n. d. Cpr. i8gs. 

P8II-C5I5I 

Cheney, John Vance : (Born in Groveland, 
N. Y., 1848. Librarian Newberry Library 
since 1894.) 

1. Thistle-drift. 2nd edn. i6mo. pp. ix, 137. 
N. Y. F. A. Stokes. 1888. Cpr. 1887. 

811-CS18T 

2. Wood blooms. i6mo. pp. xii, 222. N. Y. 
E.A.Stokes. 1888. Cpr. j888. 811-C5-8W 

3. Ninette; a Redwoods idyll. (An illustrated 
holiday gift book.) 8vo. San Francisco. 
Wm. Doxey. 1894. Cpr. i8g3. 8ii-Csi8N 

4. Queen Helen and other poems. i2mo. pp. 
78. Chicago. Way & Williams. 1895. Cpr. 
i8gs. 811-CS18Q 

5. Out of the silence. i2mo. pp. xi, 134. Bos- 
ton. Copeland & Day. 1897. Cpr. i8g7. 

811-C518O 



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Cherrytree, Herr : 

baum, E. T. 



(Pseud.) See Kirsch- 



Chester, Albert T. 
Poem. See The semi-centennial celebration, 
of the First Cburcb in Buffalo, Monday eve- 
ning, February 3rd, 1862. (pp. 83-92.) 8vo. 
pp. 92. Buffalo. Theodore Butler. 1862. 

B285-C612 

Chittenden, Ezra Porter: (Rector of Christ 
Church at Salina, Kansas. ) The pleroma; a 
poem of the Christ. 8vo. pp. xv, 347. N.Y, 
Putnams. 1890. Cpr. i8go. 811-C542P 

Chittenden, William Lawrence : (Resident 
of Anson, Texas. ) 

Ranch verses. 2nd edn. i2mo. pp. xi, 
195. N. Y. Putnams. 1893. Cpr. iSgs- 

811-C543R 
Choate, Clara Elizabeth : 
Songs of truth. 2nd edn. i2mo. Boston. 
Lee & Shepard. n. d. Cpr. i8g4. 811-C544S 

Choate, Isaac Bassett : (Bom in Maine, in 
1833. An educator of Boston.) 

1. With birds and flowers. i2mo. pp. 136. 
N. Y. Home Jl. Print. 1895. Cpr. iSgj. 

811-C545W 

2. Obeyd, the camel driver. i2mo. pp. 114. 
N.Y. Home Jl. Print. 1889. Cpr. i88g. 

811-C545O 

Christy, Howard Chandler : (Bom in Ohio 
in 1873. Illustrator and writer. Resident of 
N. Y. City.) 

In camphor. 8vo. pp. loi. N. Y. Put- 
nams. 1895. Cpr. iSgs- 811-C556I 

Cist, Lewis J. (B. in Harmony, Pa., 1818. 
Resident of Cincinnati and after 1850 of St, 
Louis. ) 

Trifles in verse: A collection of fugitive 
poems. i2mo. pp. 184. Cincinnati. Rob- 
inson & Jones. 1845. Cpr. 184s. 811-C579T 

Clark, Annie Maria L. (B. at Still River, 
Mass., 1835.) 

Verses and versions. i2mo. pp. 36. Lan- 
caster, Mass. Author. 1898. Cpr. i8g8. 

811-C591V 
Clark, George Hunt : 

Undertow of a trade-wind surf. 8vo. pp. 200. 
Hartford. C. G. Geer i860. Cpr. i860. 

811-C592U 

Clark, Helen Taggart : (Poet and journalist. 
Born in Northumberland, Pa., in 1849.) 

Verses. i2mo. pp; 70. Phila. Lippincott. 
1891. Cpr. iSgi. P811-C593V 

Clark, James Gowdy: (Born in N. Y., in 
1830. Poet and composer. ) 

Poetry and song. i6mo. pp. x, 159. Bos- 
ton. D. Lothrop. n. d. Cpr. 1883. 

811-C593P 

Clark, John C. Lawrence : (B. at Still River, 
Mass , 1871. Son of the poetess Mrs. Annie 
Clark. ) 

Prose and verse, [viz. ] Ye scribblements 
of J. C. L- Clark. i2mo. pp. 27. Lancaster, 
Mass. Author. 1898. 810.8-C593 



Clark, Simeon Tucker : (Bom at Canton, 
Mass., 1836. Physician, lecturer and poet.) 

My garden. Illust. by Lena J. Ringueberg 
and F. Schuyler Mathews. 8vo,ob, Boston. 

5 E. Cassino. 1888. Cpr. 1887. 

769811-C595M 

Clark, William Adolphus: (Bom in New 
Orleans, now a resident of Dorchester. Mass. ) 

1. The lost love, and other verse. i2mo. pp. 
428. Boston. Author. 1883. Cpr. 1883. 

811-C595L 

2. Intellectual people. 8vo. pp. no. Boston. 
Author. 1885. Cpr. iSSs- 811-C595I 

Clark, Willis Gaylord : (Bom at Otisco, N. 
Y., in 1810: Died in 1841.) 

1. The Spirit of life; a poem pronounced be- 
fore the Franklin Society of Brown University, 
Sept. 3, 1833. i6mo. pp. 71. Phila. Key 

6 Biddle. 1833. Cpr. 1833. 811-C596S 

2. See The literary remains of the late Willis 
Gaylord Clark, including the Ollapodiana Pa- 
pers, &c. Ed. by Lewis Gaylord Clark. 8vo. 
pp. 480. N. Y. Burgess, Stringer & Co. 
1844. Cpr. 1844.. 810.8-C596 

3. Complete poetical works; with a biographical 
sketch of the author. 32mo. pp. 128. Phila. 
J B- Potter & Co. n. d. 811-C596 

Clarke, Augustus Peck : (Born at Paw- 
tucket, R. I., in 1833: Graduate of Harvard 
Med. School.) 

A book of poems. i2mo. pp. 46. Cam- 
bridge. Author. 1896. Cpr. i8gb. 

811-C5972B 

Clarke, Ednah Proctor: See Hayes, Ednah 
Proctor Clarke : 

Clarke, Mary Bassett : (Ida Fairfield.) (Born 
at Independence, N. Y., 1831.) 

Autumn leaves. 1 2mo. pp. 238. Buffalo. 
Moulton. 1895. Cpr. iSgs- 8ii-C6nA 

Claytor, Graham : 

1 . Otterdale : Or Pen pictures of farm life, and 
other poems. i2mo. pp. 72. Richmond. 
Randolph & English. 1885. Cpr. iSSj. 

811-C619O 

2. Among the hills : Or Scenes in Piedmont, 
Virginia, and other poems. i2mo. pp. 94. 
Richmond. Randolph & English. 1886. 
Cpr. 1886. 811-C619A 

Cleaveland, Mrs. Elizabeth H. Jocelyn : (B. 
in New Haven, Conn., married the Rev. J. B. 
Cleaveland in 1852.) 

1. No sects in Heaven. 48mo. pp. i6. Hart- 
ford. Case, Lockwood & Brainard. 1883. 
Author's edn. P811-C623N 

2. Easter flowers. i6mo. [pp. 7.] N. imp. 

P769.81-C623E 
Clegg, William : 
A plea for the slighted one's. (Sic.) An 
original poem. i2mc. pp. 15. Provo City. 
Sleater & McEwan. n. d. (Preface dated 
1876.) P811-C624P 



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Clinch, Joseph H. 

The captivity in Babylon and other poems. 
i2mo. pp. 115. Boston. James Burns. 1840. 

811-C641C 

Clodfelter, Noah J. (Born at Alamo, Ind., 

1852. The Wabash poet. ) 
Early vanities. i2mo. pp. 272. N. Y. 

Hurst & Co. n.d. Cpr. j886. 811-C643E 
Closz, Jacob : 

1. The song of the picnic. 32mo. pp.21. N.fi. 
Hunter & Smith. [1884.] P811-C645S 

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1888. 24mo. pp. 15. N. imp. Don D. 
Donnan. P8 1 1-C645C 

Clover, Sara, T. (Born in London, Eng., in 
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Zephyrs from Dakota. 32mo. pp.44. Sioux 
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Clymer, Albert: (Born in Fairfield Co., O., 
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Echoes from the woods. Containing Nos. 
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1. Triumph of love : A mystical poem in songs, 
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Coates.) 

Poems. i2mo. pp. vii, 136. Boston. H. 
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Oriental harp. Poems of the Boston Bard. 
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Cohen, E. Yancey: 

Sir Cupid, and other poems. 8vo. pp. 93. 

Cambridge. Moses King. 1884. Cpr. 1884. 

811-C678S 
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Inspirations. i6mo. pp. 29. San Francisco. 

Bancroft Co. 1894. 811-C681I 

Colby, H. W. 

1. Local philosophy and other rhymes. 8vo. 
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811-C686L 

2. "Utile dulce". Dry crumbs dropped from 
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Cole, Frederick Wing : (B. in Duanesburgh, 
N. Y. in 1815. Died at Long Branch, N. J., 

1845.) ^ , 

Poems. With a sketch of his life and char- 
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128. Albany. C. Van Benthuysen and Co. 
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Coles, Abraham : (1813 — 1891. A New Jersey 
physician.) 

1. The microcosm and other poems. 8vo. pp. 
348. N. Y. Appleton. 1881. Cpr. 1880. 

811-C693M 

2. A new rendering of the Hebrew psalms into 
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1. A group of children and other poems. i2mo. 
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Lilith : The legend of the first woman. 
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Collier, Thomas Stephens: (N. Y., 1842— 
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Song spray. i2mo. pp. 173. New London, 
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Collins, Charles H. 

1. Echoes from the Highland hills. i6mo. pp. 
157. Cincinnati. P. G. Thomson. 1884. 
Cpr. 1884.. 811-C7UE 

2. The new year comes, my lady. i6mo. pp. 
114. Buffalo. Moulton. 1895. Cpr. j8gs. 

811-C711N 
Collins, Mrs. W. Leslie : 
Sea waifs and other poems. i2mo. pp. 186. 
Louisville. J. P. Morton. 1888. Cpr. 1888. 

811-C712S 

Colraan, James F. (Son of Henry Colman.) 
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Colton, George Hooker : (Born at Westford, 
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Tecumseh ; or. The West thirty years since, 
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1. Poems. i2mo. pp. 60. N. Y. Randolph 
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Cone, Helen Gray: (Born in New York in 
1859. Instructor in the N. Y. City Normal 
College.) 

1. Oberon and Puck : Verses grave and gay. 
i2mo. pp. 139. N. Y. Cassell & Co. n. d. 
Cpr. iSSj. 811-C747O 

2. The ride to the lady, and other poems. 1 2mo. 
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i8gi. 811-C747R 

Cone, Spencer Wallace : 

The proud ladye, and other poems. i6mo. 

pp. 144. N. Y. Wiley & Putnam. 1840. 

811-C748P 
Congdon, Caroline M. 

The guardian angel; and other poems. i2mo. 

pp. 250. Auburn. W. J. Moses. 1856. Cpr. 

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Conklin, Mrs. Jane Elizabeth Dexter : (Born 
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Poems. i2mo. pp. 149. N. Y. J. J. Little 
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Connolly, Charles Cashel : 
Songs of the Celt. i2mo. pp. 416. Balti- 
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A junior's poems. i2mo. pp. 115. Cincin- 
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Converse, Harriet Maxwell : (Author and 
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Sheaves : A collection of poems. 2nd edn. 
i2mo. pp. vi, 217. N. Y. Putnams. 1885. 
Cpr. 1884. 8II-C766S 

Conway, Katherine Eleanor : (Born in Roch- 
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in Buffalo.) 

On the sunrise slope. With introduction \>y 
the Rev. Patrick Cronin. i2mo. pp. 153. 
N. Y. Catholic Pub. Soc. 1881. Cpr. 1881. 

811-C767O 

Cook, Marc : (Born in R. I. 1854 — 1882. A 
journalist of New York.) 

"Vandyke-Brown" poems by Marc Cook. 
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Edited by his wife. i2mo. pp. xviii, 225. 
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Cooke, Dorcas Foster: (Born in Somerset 
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Cooke, J. Edmund V. 
A patch of pansies. i2mo. pp. ix, 86. N. Y. 
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Cooke, Philip Pendleton: (Born at Martins- 
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poet. ) 

Froissart ballads, and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. 216. Phila. 1847. Cpr. 1847. 

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Cooke, Rose Terry : (B. in West Hartford, 
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Poems. By Rose Terry. i2mo. pp 231. 
Boston. Ticknor & Fields. 1861. Cpr.:86o. 

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Coolbrith, Ina Donna: (Born in 111., in 18 — : 
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Songs from the Golden Gate. i2mo. pp. 
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i8gs. 811-C774S 

Cooley, Hattie A. 

Ripples of song. i6mo. pp.112. Cleveland. 
W. W. Williams. 1883. 811-C7741R 

Coolidge, Susan : See Woolsey, Sarah Chaun- 
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Coonley, Lydia Avery: (Bom in Lynchburg, 
Va., in 1845.) _ 

Under the pines and other verses. i6mo. 
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Cpr. iSgs. 811-C775U 

Cooper, Emma Louise (Adams): 

Maidenhair. Poem of the 7th biennial Con- 
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at Canton, N. Y., Aug. 27-29, 1884. i2mo. 
pp. 10. N. imp. P811-C776M 

Cooper, W. C. 

Tethered truants; being essays, sketches, and 
poems. i2mo. pp. 199. Cincinnati. Sulli- 
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818-C778T 

Cornaby, Hannah : (Born in England in 1822.) 

Autobiography and poems. i2mo. pp. 158. 

Salt Lake City. J. C. Graham & Co. 1881. 

811-C812A 

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Conquest of Mexico and Peru, prefaced by 
the Discovery of the Pacific : An historical 
narrative poem. i2mo. pp. iv, 443. N. Y. 
Daily Investigator Print. 1893. Original edn. 

811-C821C 

Cortissoz, Ellen Mackay Hutchinson : (Born 
in Caledonia, N. Y., 18 — . Member of the 
editorial staff of the N. Y. "Tribune." She 
edited, with E. C. Stedman, "A library of 
American literature.") 

Songs and lyrics. i6mo. pp. 98. Boston. 
J. R. Osgood & Co. 1881. Cpr. 1881. 

811-C829S 
Costello, John : 
Swallow flights of song ; from French, Ger- 
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210. Buffalo. Peter Paul Book Co. 1895 
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Cowdin, Jasper Barnett : 
Elsie's wedding, and other poems. i2mo. pp. 
74. Brooklyn. D. S. Holmes. 1886. Cpr. 
1886. 811-C874E 

Coxe, Arthur Cleveland: (1818-1896. Bishop 

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I. Athanasion. Second edition, with notes and 

corrections. Also, Miscellaneous poems. i2mo. 

pp. 187. N. Y. Wiley & Putnam. 1842. 

Cpr. 1S42. 8ii-C879At 



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Coxe, Arthur Cleveland : (Cont.) 

2. Christian ballads. New edition, with addi- 
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1888. Cpr. 18^. 811-C879C 

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Cranch, Christopher Pearse: (1813 — 1892. 
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1. The Aeneid of Virgil. Tr. into English blank 
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1872. Cpr. 1872. 873.i-5ACr 

2. Satan : A libretto. 24mo. pp. 36. Boston. 
Roberts Bros. 1874. Cpr. 1873. 811-C891S 

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i2mo. pp. X, 327. Boston, H. M. & Co. 
1890. Cpr. 187s. 811-C891B 

Crandall, Charles Henry : (Born in Green- 
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Wayside music : Lyrics, songs, and son- 
nets. i2mo. pp. X, 119. N. Y. Putnams. 
1893. Cpr. i8g3. 8ii-C89iiW 

Crane, Rev. Oliver: (N. J., 1822— 1896. A 
Presbyterian clergyman of Boston.) 

1. Virgil's Aeneid. Tr. literally, line by line, 
into English dactylic hexameter, by Rev. 
Oliver Crane. 8vo. pp. xxxviii, 258. Baker 
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2. Minto and other poems. i2mo. pp. 259. 
N. Y. W. B. Ketcham. 1888. Cpr. 1888. 

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Crawford, John Martin: 
The Kalavala, the epic poem of Finland, into 
English. 8vo. 2 vols. pp. xlix, 744. NY. 
J. B. Alden. 1888. Cpr. 1888. 894-C899 

Crawford, John Wallace: (Born in Ireland 
in 1847. Gov't scout in West; later a miner 
and ranchman in New Mexico. ) 

1 . The poet scout ; a book of song and story by 
Captain Jack Crawford. 8vo. pp. 181. N. Y. 
Punk & Wagnalls. 1886. Cpr. 1886. 

811-C899P 

2. Same. i2mo. pp. i8i. N. Y. Burr Print- 
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3. Korn is king and other poems, by Captain 
Jack Crawford. R.8vo. pp. 16. St Joseph, 
Mo. The New Era Exposition. 1889. 

P811-C899K; 

Creamer, Edward Sherwood : (Born in Ire- 
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during the Rebellion.) 

Adirondack readings. Author's edn. i6mo. 
pp. V, 116. Buffalo. Moulton. 1893. Cpr. 
'S<)3. 811-C913A 

Crocheron, Augusta Joyce : (Born in Boston, 
Mass., 1844. A resident of Utah.) 

Wild flowers of Deseret. A collection of 
efforts in verse. i2mo. pp. viii, 300. Salt 
Lake City. Juvenile Instructor Print. 1881. 

811-C937W 



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of Yale and first rector of the Church of the 
Advent, Boston.) 

Poems, sacred and secular : Edited, with 
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xlviii, 284. Boston. Ticknor & Fields. 1861. 
Cpr. i860. 811-C951 

Crouse, M. Elizabeth : 
Vigilise i2mo. pp. vii, 99. N.Y. Putnams. 
1897. Cpr. i8g6. 811-C952V 

Crozier, Mrs. M. P. A. (Born at Richmond 
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Songs in earnest. i6mo. pp. 50. Wash- 
ington. J. D. Soulg. 1887. Cpr. 1887. 

811-C954S 

Cruger, Eliza: 
Regina and other poems. i2mo. pp. 378. 
N. Y. G. W. Carleton. 1868. Cpr. 1868. 

811-C9S5R 

Cudmore, P. (Born in Ireland in 183 1. Served 
in the Union army through the civil war, and 
is now a lawyer in Minn. He is the author of 
Civil government of the United States .and 
other works.) 

Poems and songs, satires and political rings. 
4th edn. i2mo. pp. 247, xvi. N. Y. J. P. 
Kenedy. 1885. Cpr. 1884. 811-C964 

Cundill, William : (Bom in England in 1816, 
emigrated to Ohio in 1850.) 
In the garden: An idyll. i6mo. [pp. 21.] 

n. a. 
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Cunningham, Francis A. 
Songs of the Catholic Year. i2mo. pp. 62. 
Boston. Flynn & Mahony. n. d. Cpr. iSgo. 

282.245-C973 

Currey, Augustus : (Born in Detroit, Mich., 
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The sower; a poem. (Illustrated holiday 
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n. d. Cpr. 1884. 811-C975S 

Currie, Helen : 
Poems. 24mo. pp. 150. Phila. T. H. Pal- 
mer. 1818. Cpr. 1818. 811-C976 

Currier, Moody : (Banker poet of N. H., born 
in 1806. Elected Gov. of N. H. in 1884: Died 
in 1898.) 

Early poems. i2mo. pp. 181. Manchester, 
N. H. J. B. Clarke. 1881. (First published 
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Curtis, Rev. John W. 

Poems. i2mo. pp. 168. N. Y. Edward O. 
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Cushman, Lilla N. See Kossiter, Anna M. S. 

Cutter, George Washington : (Born in Ken- 
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Poems and furtive pieces. i2mo. pp. viii, 
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Dabney, Richard : 

See Specimens of the American poets ; with 
critical notices, and a preface. i2mo. London 
1882. Poems, original and translated, pp. 
157—172- 811.08-S741 

Daggett, Oliver Ellsworth : 
Poems. i6mo. pp. 62. N. Y. Randolph & 
Co. n. d. Cpr. 1880. 811-D125 

Dake, Orsamus Charles : 

Nebraska legends and poems, lamo. pp. 165. 

N.Y. Pott&Amery. 1871. Cpr. 1871. 

811-D135N 
Dalton, Joseph G. 

Lyra bicycUca : Forty poets on the wheel. 

i2mo. pp. 110. Boston. Author. 1880. 

Cpr. 1880. 811-D152L 

Damon, Fannie A. 

Heart treasures. i6mo. pp. 64. Buffalo. 
Moulton. 1894. Cpr. 18^4. 811-D163H 

Dana, Richard Henry : (1787 — 1879. Poet, 
critic and essayist.) 
Poems and prose writings. 8vo. 2 vols. 



pp. xiii, 443, 440. (Poems, Vol. i, pp. 1-142.) 
N. Y. Boker & Scribner. 1850. Cpr. i84g. 

810.8-D169 

Dandridge, Danske [Bedinger]: (Born in 
Denmark ini86-. Ini877 she married Stephen 
Dandridge.) 

1. Joy, and other poems. 24mo. pp. vi, no. 
N. Y. Putnams. 1888. Cpr. 1SS8. 

811-D178J 

2. Rose brake, poems. 24mo. pp. vi, no. 
N. Y. Putnams. 1890. Cpr. i8go. 

811-D178R 
Daniel, Marion Delana : (Born inNewnan, Ga.) 
Sheaves of song. i6mo. pp. 100. Buffalo. 
Peter Paul Book Co. 1895. Cpr. i8gs- 

8ii-Di84S 

Daniels, Mrs. Eunice True : (Bom at Plain- 
field, N. H., 1806. Married in 1830 to Williams 
H.Daniels. Diedini84i.) 

Poems : With a memoir of her life. i2mo. 
pp. 184. N.Y. J. F. Trow. 1843. Cpr. 1S43. 

811-D186 

Dannelly, Mrs. Elizabeth Otis [Marshall] : 
(Bom in Monticello, Ga., in 1838. A Texas 
writer of verse.) 

1. Cactus ; or. Thorns and blossoms : A collec- 
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religious, temperance, and memorial, poems. 
i2mo. pp. 384. N. Y. Atlantic Pub. & Eng. 
Co. 1890. Cpr. 1879. 811-D188C 

2. Wayside flowers : Religious and miscella- 
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Am. Publisher's Assoc. 1892. 811-D188W 

Darley, Alpheus M. 
The beautiful Rock River. i6mo. pp. 19. 
Oregon, 111. Independent-Democrat Print. 
1893. P811-D221B 

Darnell, Henry Faulkner: (Born in England 
in 1831. Rector of Zion Church, Avon, N.Y.) 

I. A nation's thanksgiving ; a psalm of praise. 
i2mo. pp. 54. Phila. McCalla & Staverly. 
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Darnell, Henry Faulkner: (Cont.) 

2. Songs of the seasons. i2mo. pp. 57. Avon. 
McCalla & Staverly. n. d. Cpr. 1886. 

811-D223S 

3. Kindesliebe : A romance of Fatherland, 
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Cpr. iSgi. 811-D223K 

Darrow, Allen R. (Bom in New London, 
Conn., 1826, and now a resident of Buffalo.) 

Iphigenia ; a legend of the Iliad ; and other 
poems by an unknown author. i6mo. pp. 
98. Buffalo. C. L. Sherrill Co. 1888. Cpr. 
1888. 811-D225I 

Davenport, W. E. 

The perpetual fire ; a thank-offering of song. 
Pts. I, 2, 3. pp. 103, Brooklyn. Author. 
1886. P811-D247P 

Davidson, Lucretia Maria. (N.Y. 1808-1825. 
A precocious verse- writer. ) 

Poetical remains of the late Lucretia Maria 
Davidson, collected and arranged by her 
mother ; with a biography by Miss Sedgwick. 
i2mo. pp. 248. Phila. Lea & Blanchard. 
1843. Cpr. 1841. 811-D252 

Davidson, Margaret Miller: (N.Y. 1823- 
1838. Sister of L. M. Davidson, and like her 
a juvenile prodigy.) 

Biography and poetical remains of the late 
Margaret Miller Davidson. By Washington 
Irving. New edn. i2mo. pp. 248. Phila. 
Lea & Blanchard. 1845. Cpr. 1841. 

811-D253B 

Davis, Cora M. A. 

Immortelles. 8vo. pp. ix, 178. N. Y. Put- 
nams. 1887. Cpr. 1887. 811-D261I 

Davis, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Moragne : 
Lays from the sunny lands. i2mo. pp. vi, 
160. Buffalo. Moulton, Wenborne & Co. 
1888. Cpr. 1888. 811-D262L 

Davis, Mrs. Mary Evelyn [Moore]: (Born 
in Alabama in 1852. Prominent writer of New 
Orleans.) 

Minding the gap, and other poems ; by 
Mollie E. Moore. i2mo. pp. 240. Houston, 
Cushing & Cave. 1867. Cpr. 1S67. 

811-D263M 

Davis, Parker B. (Born at Winn, Me., 1859.) 

Tangled rhymes. i2mo. pp. 71. Portland. 

Ford & Rich. 1889. Cpr. i88g. 811-D2635T 

Davis, Rebecca IngersoU : (Born at East 
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Gleanings from Merrimac valley. Sheaf 
No. I. 24mo. pp. 136. Haverhill. Chase 
Bros. 1887. Cpr. 1881-1887. 811-D2637G 

Davis, Slack : (Bom in England in 1826 ; came 

to America in 1861, and died in Pittsburgh, 

Pa,, in 1889.) 
I. Poems and songs by Karl Reuber. (Tr, from 

the German by Prof. Slack Davis.) i6mo. 

pp. 74. Pittsburgh, Louis Balz, n d. 

P831-R442 



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Davis, Slack: (Cont.) 

2. London ; and other poems. i2mo. pp. 99. 

Pittsburgh. J. R. Weldin & Co. 1890. Cpr. 

i8qo, 811-0264!, 

Dawes, Rufus: (Born in Boston, Mass., 1803, 
and died at Washington, D. C, 1859.) 

Geraldine, Athenia of Damascus, and mis- 
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Samuel Colman. 1839. Cpr. i8sg. 

811-D269G 
Dawley, Joseph E. 
Morning and evening. 24mo. pp. 252. Pall 
River. Almy & Milne. 1887. 811-D271M 

Dawson, Daniel Lewis : (Born in Lewiston, 
Pa., in 1855 : Died in Phila. in 1893.) 

The seeker in the marshes, and other poems. 
i2mo. pp. 158. Phila. Rees, Welsh & Co. 
1893. Cpr. iSgs- 811-DZ72S 

Day, Beth: 
Anemonies and clover. Poems. i2mo. pp. 
192. Belvidere. Whitney Pub. Co. n. d. 
( First publication in book form. ) 81 1-D273 A 

Day, George Edward : 
Wild rose and thistle. i6mo. pp. 28. Wor- 
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P811-D273W 

Day, Richard Edwin : (Born in West Granby, 
N. Y., in 1852.) 

Poems. i6mo. pp. 128. N. Y. Cassell 
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Dean, Adam: {Pseud.) 5^<f Blair, Orphelia E. 

Dekay, Charles : (Born in Washington in 
1848 ; Consul-gen. of the U. S. at Berlin 

1894-97-) , , 

1. Hesperus, and other poems. i2mo. pp.276. 
N. Y. Scribners, 1880. Cpr. j88o. 

811-D328H 

2. The vision of Esther. i2mo. pp. xvi, 315. 
N. Y. Appleton. 1882. Cpr. 1882. 

811-D328E 

3. The love poems of Louis Barnaval. Edited, 
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i2mo. pp. xix, 215. N. Y. Appleton. 1883. 
Cpr. J 883. 811-D328L 

Delan, Surville J. (Lawyer. 1849-— ■) 
Crude ore from the Rocky Mountains. i6mo. 



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Deland, Margaret Wade (Campbell): (Born 
in Alleghany, Pa., in 1857 ; novelist and poet 
of Boston.) 

The old garden and other verses. i2mo. 
pp. ix, 114. Boston. H. M. & Co. 1887. 
Cpr. 18S7. 811-03370 

DeLeon, T. C. 

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Ala. Gossip Print Co. 1891. Cpr. iSgi. 

817-D346S 
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Asphodels and pansies. i2mo. pp. 337. 
Phila. Lippincott. 1888. Cpr. 1888. 

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Dennison, George Ambrose : 

Songs and lyrics. i2mo. pp. vii, 93. N.Y. 
Putnams. 1884. Cpr. 1884. 811-D411S 

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Early poetical works. i2mo. pp. 228. 
Cleveland. W. W. Williams. 1883. Cpr. 
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1. Versions and verses. i2mo. pp. vii, 156. 
Cambridge. Lever & Francis. 1865. Cpr. 
i86s. 811-D526V 

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Cpr. i8go. 811-D526I 

Dickerman, Benoni : 

1. The blood-stained cross; a Messianic lyric, or 
The birth, life, death, resurrection, and ascen- 
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1883. 245-D549B 

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Dickerman, E. P. 

Hector and Achilles: Dialogues and other 
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Dickinson, Charles Monroe : (Bom at Low- 
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Turkey, 1897.) 

The children and other verses. i6mo. pp. 
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811-D552C 

Dickinson, Emily: (Born at Amherst, Mass., 
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1. Poems. Edited by two of her friends, Mabel 
Loomis Todd and J. W. Higginson. i2mo. 
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1. Poems and essays. 2ndedn. i2mo. pp.225. 
Boston. A. Williams & Co. 1883. Cpr. 1883. 

811-D554 

2. The wanderer ; or, Life's pilgrimage. 8vo. 
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1888. Cpr. 1888. 811-D5S4W 

Dickinson, Martha Gilbert : (Niece of Emily 
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Within the hedge. i2mo. pp.127. N.Y. 
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811-D555W 
Diekenga, I. E. 

I. The worn-out shoe, and other poems. i5mo. 
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811-D559W 



series. i2mo. pp. viii, 200. Boston. Roberts 
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Diekenga, I. E, (Cont.) 

2. Between times; or, Tales, sketches, and 
poems, written in the leisure moments of a 
busy life. lamo. pp. 232. Boston. J. H. 
Earle. 1882. Cpr. 1881. 811-D559B 

Dietz, Ella : See Clymer, Mrs. Ella Maria : 

Dix, William Giles: 

1. Pompeii and other poems. lamo. pp. vii, 
160. Boston. Ticknor. 1848. Cpr. 1848. 

811-D619P 

2. The deck of the Crescent City ; a picture of 
American life. i2mo. pp. 120. N. Y. Put- 
nams. 1853. Cpr. 1833. (In part poetical.) 

814-06190 

Doane, George Washington: (N.J. 1799 — 
1859) 

Songs by the way. The poetical writings 
of Geo. W. Doane. Arranged and edited by 
his son William Croswell Doane. 3rd edn. 
8vo. pp. viii, 196. Albany. Munsell. 1875. 

811-D631S 

Dodge, Ernest Green : 

Thelastof theWiersmen. Atragedy. i2mo. 
pp. 54. Cincinnati. Author. 1893. Cpr. 
iSgs- P811-D644I, 

Dodge, Mary Barker : (Born at Bridgewater, 
Pa., 184-.) 

The great masque and other poems. i6mo. 
pp. X, 285. Boston. D. Ivothrop & Co. n. d. 
Cpr. i88s. 811-D644G 

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1838. After 1873 editor of St. Nicholas Ma- 
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1. Along the way. i2mo. pp. 136. N. Y. 
Scribners. 1879. Cpr. iSyg. 811-D645AI 

2. When life is young : A collection of verse for 
boys and girls. i2mo. pp. xiv, 255. N. Y. 
Century Co. 1894. Cpr. 18^4. 811-D645W 

Doestick, Q. K. Philander: See Thompson, 
Mortimer M. 

Dolaro, Selina: 
'Mes amours": Poems passionate and play- 
ful, written to me by people celebrated and 
obscure and my answers to some of them. 
8vo. pp. 74. Chicago. Belford, Clarke & 
Co. 1888. Cpr. 1S87. 8H-D659M 

Dole, Nathan Haskell : (Born at Chelsea, 
Mass., 1852. Author and Translator. ) 

The hawthorn tree, and other poems. i6mo. 
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Donaghe, M, Virginia: 

Colorado favorites : Painted by Alice Stew- 
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pp.19. N.Y. F. Hart & Co. 1882. 758-S849 

Donahoe, Daniel J. (Born at Brimfield, Mass. , 
1853. Member of the Connecticut bar. ) 

I. Idyls of Israel and other poems. 24mo. pp. 
23s. N. Y. J. B. Alden. 1888. Cpr. 1888. 

8ii-D674ld 



Donahoe, Daniel J. (Cont.) 

2. A tent by the lake and other poems. i6mo. 
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811-D674T 

3. In sheltered ways. i6mo. pp. 72. Buffalo. 
Moulton. 1895. Cpr. i8g4. 8ii-D674ln 

Doneghy, Martha W. Prevvitt-: 
The feast of skeletons, or New Year's eve. 
i6mo. pp. 31. Springfield, Mo. Chas. Ne- 
vatt. [1891.] P8ii-D68iF 

Donoho, Thomas S. 

Moena, and other poems. i2mo. pp. I44. 
Washington. Wm. M. Morrison. 1847. Cpr. 
1847. 811-D687M 

Dorman, Allen : (Born at Field's Creek, Mo. , 

^857.) 

Poems. 8vo. pp. 524- Chicago. Am. 
Publishers' Assn. 1892. Cpr. iSgs. 

8II-D7I2 

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1. Friar Anselmo and other poems. i2mo. pp. 
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811-D716F 

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Dorward, B. I. 
Wild flowers of Wisconsin : Poems. i2mo. 
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Doten, Elizabeth : 

1. Poems from the inner life. By Lizzie Doten. 
i2mo. pp. xxviii, 171. Boston. Wm. White 
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2. Poems of progress. By Lizzie Doten. i2mo. 
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1871 811-D725P 

Dove and the Eagle. See Lunt, George : 

Dowd, J. Luella : See Smith, J. Luella Dowd : 

Dowd, Mary Alice : (Bom at Frankford, W. 

Vacation verses. 8vo. pp. 49- Buffalo. 
Moulton. 1891. Cpr. j8go. 811-D745V 

Downing, Edward Collins : (Born at Wooster, 
Ohio, 1862.) 

Minutes with the muses, ibmo. pp. 22. 
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Doyle, Burton, T. „ a 1 

Pansies for thought. 24mo. pp. 104. Buffalo. 
Peter Paul Book Co. 1895. Cpr. iSgs- 

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Doyle, Edward ; 
Moody moments; poems. i6mo pp. 95. 
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Drake, Joseph Rodman: (1795 — 1820.) 

1. The culprit fay. lamo. pp. 62. N. Y. 
Rudd & Carleton. 1859. Cpr. iSjg. 

811-D761CU 

2. The Croakers. By Joseph Rodman Drake 
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191. First complete edition. N. Y. i860. 
Cpr. i860. (100 copies Pub. by the Bradford 
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Drinker, Anna : (A native of Philadelphia.) 
Poems by Edith May. 2nd edn. 8vo. pp. 
xiv, 218. (pp. 15-36 omitted ) Phila. E. H. 
Butler & Co. 1855. Cpr. 185 1. 8ii-D78i 

Drown, Daniel A. 

Fragrant flowers, and other poems. lamo. 
pp. 236. Boston. Walker, Wise & Co. i860. 
Cpr. iSjg. 811-D791F 

Dry crumbs, etc. See Colby, H. C. 

DuBose, H. M. 

Rupert Wise: A poetic romance. i2mo. pp. 
151. Nashville. Author. 1889. Cpr. j88g. 

811-D817R 

Dudley, Mrs. Marion Vienna : 

Poems. i6mo. pp. 53. [Milwaukee.] Thos. 
S. Gray. n. d. Cpr. i88j. P811-D848 

Duer, Alice : See Duer, Caroline : 

Duer, Caroline : (Bom in New York, 18 — .) 
Poems by Caroline Duer and Alice Duer 
(Miller). i2mo. pp.62. N.Y. G.H.Rich- 
mond. 1896. Cpr. i8g6. 811-D853 

Duff, Grace Shaw : 

Nicodemus. Illust. by Frederick C. Gor- 
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Pub. Co. 1895. Cpr. i8gs- 811-D855N 

Dugan, Mrs. George E. 

.Myrtle leaves: A miscellaneous collection of 
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dalia. Democrat Co. 1885. 811-D866M 

Duganne, Augustine Joseph Hickey : (Born 
at Boston in 1823, died in New York in 1875.) 

1. Parnassus in pillory. A satire. By Motley 
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Adriance, Sherman & Co. 1851. Cpr. 1830. 

817-D866 

2. The mission of intellect ; a poem, delivered 
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1852. i2mo. pp.33. N.Y. Larkin, Stearns 
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Dunbar, Paul Lawrence : (Born at Dayton, 
Ohio, 1872, of African descent. Employed in 
Library of Congress. ) 

1. Oak and ivy. i2mo. pp. 62. Dayton, O. 
United Brethren Pub. House. 1893. istedn. 

811-D899O 

2. Lyrics of the hearthside. i6mo. pp. x, 227. 
N. Y. Dodd, Mead & Co. 1899. Cpr. iSgg. 

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Dupuy, Elisabethe : 

The queen's quire : Being a book of songs, 
sonnets, and ballads. 24mo. pp. 44. [St. 
Louis.] Author, n. d. Cpr. iSgs. 

P811-D945Q 



Durward, B. I. 

Poems. Vol. i. i2mo. pp. 107. Milwaukee. 
1882. Cpr. 1882. 811-D968 

Dyckman, A. S. 

The light of life. i2mo. pp. vi, 223. South 
Haven, Mich. Author. 1891. Cpr. iSgi. 

811-D994L 

Dyer, Sidney: (Born at Cambridge, N. Y., 
1814. A pastor of the First Baptist Church of 
Indianapolis. He was a drummer boy in the 
American army at the age of sixteen.) 

Songs and ballads. i2mo. pp. xv, 298, 
N.Y. Sheldon, Blakeman & Co. 1857 Cpr. 
i8j6. 811-D995S 

Dyer, W. Line : 

Rhymes of a radical. i2mo. pp. x, 154. In- 
dianapolis. Carlon & HoUenbeck. 1890 
Cpr. i8go. 811-D996R 

Early, J. M. 

Early's inferno : An epic poem of the civil 
war. i2mo. pp.130. Little Rock. AUsopp 
& Stevenson. 1896. Cpr. i8gs. 811-E12E 

Eastburn, Rev. James Wallis : (An ^Episco- 
pal clergyman, bom in England in 1797, died 
in 1819.) 

1. Yamoyden, a tale of the wars of King Philip: 
In six cantos. By the late Rev. James Wallis 
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N. Y. James Eastburn. 1820. Cpr. 1820. 

811-E125Y 

2. Yamoyden, a tale of the wars of King Philip: 
In six cantos. See Specimens of the American 
poets ; with critical notices, pp. 219-249. 
i2mo. London. 1822. 811.08-S741 

Easter, Marguerite Elizabeth : (Born at Lees- 
burg, Va., 1839: Died 1894.) 

Clytie and other poems. i2mo. pp. vi,i63. 
Boston. A. J. Philpott & Co. n.d. Cpr. i8gi. 

811-E13C 

Eastland, Clara F. (Born at Rutland, Vt., 
1835, now a resident of Wisconsin. ) 

Patriotism. World's fair souvenir. 24mo,ob. 
pp. 19. N. imp. P811-E13P 

Eastman, Charles Damage : (Born at Frye- 
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1. Poems. i6mo. pp. vii, 208. Montpelier. 
Eastman & Danforth. 1848. Cpr. 184.8. 

811-E135 

2. See also Green Mountain Poets, (pp. 512- 
522.) i2mo. Boston, n.d. 811.08-G798 

Eastman, Mrs. Elaine (Goodale) : 5^« Good- 
ale, Elaine. 

Easton, Arago : 
Mortal man. i6mo. pp. 47. [Chicago.] 
Author, n. d. Cpr. i8g2. P811-E13M 

Eaton, Imogene Cammett : 
Poems. i6mo. pp. 80. Fall river. Fiske & 
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Edgerton, James Arthur : (Born at Plants- 
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I. Poems. i6mo. pp. 114. Marietta, O. E. 
R. Alderman & Sons. n. d. Cpr. j88o. 

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Edgerton, James Arthur: (Cont.) 
2. A better day : Poems. i6mo. pp. 29. Ma- 
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P811-E23B 

Edmunds, Albert J. (Resident of Philadelphia 

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English and American poems, ist and 2nd 

series in i vol. 8vo. pp. 43, 52. Phila. 

Chamber's Print. House. 1888. Cpr. 1888. 

811-E24E 
Edson, Helen R. 

My soul thou hast much goods. 24mo. pp.64. 

Phila. Presbyterian Board of Publ. n. d. 

Cpr. 1883. P24S-E24M 

Egan, Maurice Francis : (Bom at Phila. , Pa. , 
1852. Prof. English language and literature 
at Catholic Univ. Washington. ) 

1. Songs and sonnets, and other poems. i2mo. 
pp.201. Chicago. A. C. McClurg & Co. 1892. 
Cpr. i8ga. 811-E28S 

2. [Theocritus and other poems.] i6mo. T.p.ui. 
(From "Songs and Sonnets," I/ondon, and 
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Ellen, Mrs. Elizabeth Fries : (Born in 1818 
at Sodus Point, N. Y. , died in 1877. Daughter 
of Dr. Wm. A. Lummis.) 

Poems. Translated and original. i6mo. 
pp. 229. Phila. Key & Biddle. 1835. Cpr. 
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Elshemus, Louis M. 

1. The moods of a soul. i6mo. pp. 100. Buf- 
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2. Songs of spring and blossoms of unrequited 
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4. Om. Mammon. A spirit song. i2mo. pp. 
126. N. Y. E. Lewis. 1897. 811-E49O 

Emerson, Ralph Waldo : (1803-1882.) 

1. Poems. i2mo. pp. 251. Boston. Fields, 
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2. May-day, and other pieces. i2mo. pp. iv,205. 
Boston. Ticknor & Fields. 1868. Cpr. 1867. 

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3. &^ Emerson's complete works. New revised 
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Emmons, Richard : 

1. The Fredoniad ; or. Independence preserved. 
An epic poem on the War of 1812. 2nd edn. 
8vo. 4 vols. pp;xii, 357, 371,326,350. Phila. 
Wm. Emmons. 1830. Cpr. 1827. 811-E54F 

2. The Battle of Bunker Hill, or The Temple of 
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iSjg. 811-E54B 

Engle, Washington A. 

Poems. i2mo. pp. 307. Chicago. Dibble 
Pub. Co. n. d. Cpr. 1883. 811-E57 



English, Thomas Dunn : (Born in Phila. Pa., 
1819.) 

The boy's book of battle lyncs. 8vo. pp. 
xii, 168. N. Y. Harpers. 1885. Cpr. 1885. 

811-E58B 
Enos, Mich : 
A few culled flowerets scattered in a tome. 
i2mo. pp. 45. Paris. T. Symonds. 1887. 

811-E59E 
Ensenore. See Meyers, Peter H. 

Erskine, Payne : 
lona. A lay of ancient Greece. 8vo. pp.186. 
Boston. Cupples & Hurd. 1888. Cpr. 1888. 

811-E73I 

Esling, Charles Henry Augustine : (Born in 
Phila. Pa., 1845. Lawyer, lecturer and author. ) 
Melodies of mood and tense. 8vo. pp. 295. 
Phila. C. H. Walsh. 1894. Cpr. 181)4. 

811-E76M 

Evans, Mrs. Elizabeth Hewlings : 
Poems. With a preface by her brother, T. H. 
Stockton. l2mo. pp. 251. Phila. Lippin- 
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Evans, Mrs. Mary Anne Buck: (Wife of 
Spalding Evans of Lockport, N. Y. ) 

In various moods. i6mo. pp. vii,90. N.Y. 
Putnams. 1893. Cpr. i8g3. 811-E92I 

Everest, Charles William : (Born at East 
Windsor, Conn., 1814, graduated at Trinity 
College in 1838. Rector of Episcopal Church 
at Harnden, Conn., died in 1877.) 

I. Babylon: A poem. 8vo pp.48. Hartford. 
Canfield & Robins. 1838. C-pr. 1838. 

P811-E93B 

z. Vision of Death and other poems. 32mo. 
pp. 127. Hartford. Robins & Smith. 1845. 
Cpr. 1845. 811-E93V 

Everett, Alexander Hill : (1790-1847. ) 

Critical and miscellaneous essays. To which 
are added a few poems. i2mo. pp. 563. Jas. 
Monroe & Co. 1845. Cpr. 1845. 814-E93C 

Everts, Orpheus : (Bom in Ind., in 1826. 
From 1880 Supt. Cincinnati Sanitarium.) 

Facts and fancies. 8vo. pp. 154. Cincin- 
nati. Clarke. 1896. Cpr. i8g6. 811-E93F 

Excusatus. {Pseud.) 
Love's excuse. By Excusatus. i6mo. pp. 97. 
Mundus. Anno .15885. 811-E96L 

Faded and other poems. See Jefferies, Maria 
Wood: 

Fairchild, Lee : 
Poems. i2mo. pp. 60. Chicago. A. F. Moore 
& Co. 1889. Cpr. i88g. 811-F165 

Fairfield, Ida : See Clarke, Mary Bassett : 

Fairfield, Sumner Lincoln: ( 1 803-1 844 ) 

1. The cities of the plain, with other poems. 
3rd edn. i2mo. pp. 300. Phila. Wm. Simp- 
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Cpr. i82g. 811-F169H 



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Fairfield, Sumner Lincoln : (Cont.) 

3. Abaddon, the spirit of destruction ; and other 
poems. i2mo. pp. 157. N. Y. Sleight & 
Robinson. 1830. Cpr. iSsg. 8ii-Fi69Ab 

4. The last night of Pompeii; a poem, and lays 
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and Palmer. 1832. Cpr. 1831. 811-F169L 

5. Poetical works. 8vo. pp. 400. Phila. Gihon, 
Fairchild & Co. 1842. 811-F169 

Fales, Edward Lippitt : 
Songs and song legends. i2mo. pp. 124. St. 
Paul. Author. 1887. Cpr. 1887. 811-F187S 



Fales, Fanny : {Pseud.) 
Frances Elizabeth : 



See Swift, Mrs. 



Farmer, C. M. 
The fairy of the stream, and other poems. 
i2mo. pp. 167. Richmond, Va. Harrold & 
Murray. 1847. 811-F233F 

Farrow, Bertha S. 
College rhymes. 8vo. pp. 83. Indianapolis. 
Bowen-Merrill Co. 1893. Cpr. i8gi. 

811-F246C 

Fftwcett, Edgar : (Bom in N. Y., 1847.) 

1. Short poems for short people. i2mo. pp.95. 
N. Y. F. B. Felt & Co. 1872. Cpr. 1871. 

8ii-F278Sh 

2. The Buntling Ball. A Graeco-American play. 
Being a poetical satire on New York society. 
i2mo. pp. 154. N. Y. Funk & Wagnalls. 



1884. Cpr. 1884. 



817-F278B 



3 Song and story. Later poems. 8vo. pp. 181. 
Boston. Osgood. 1884. Cpr. 1884. 

811-F278S 

Fawcett, Mary Huestis : (Bom in Ohio in 

1845-) 

Poems i2mo. pp. 169. Cincinnati. Clarke. 
1880. Cpr. 1880. 811-F279 

Fay, Theodore Sedgewick: (N. Y., 1807- 
1898. Minister to Switzerland, 1853-61.) 

Ulric ; or. The voices. i2mo. pp.189. N.Y. 
Appleton. 1851. Cpr. i8si. 811-F282U 

(Note: — For additional canto of Ulric see ' 'The 
Knickerbocker Gallery, p. 269, 8io.8-K69) 

Fearing, Lillien Blanche : (Bom in Iowa in 
1863. A lawyer of Chicago. ) 

1. The sleeping world, and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. 116. Chicago. A. C. McClurg. 1887. 
Cpr. 1886. 811-F288S 

2. In the city by the lake. In two books : The 
shadow, and The slave girl. i2mo. pp.192. 
Chicago. Searle& Gorton. 1892. Cpr.i8g2. 

811-F288I 
Felton, John Brooks: 
The horse-shoe : A poem spoken before the 
Phi Beta Kappa society in Cambridge, July 19, 
1849, by John Brooks Felton. i2mo. pp. 29. 
Cambridge. John Bartlett. 1849. Cpr. /84g. 

811-F326H 
Fenner, C. G. 
Poems of many moods. i2mo. pp. 87. Bos- 
ton. Little & Brown. 1846. Cpr. 1846. 

811-F336P 



Fenno, Miss J. 
Original compositions in prose and verse. On 
subjects moral and religious. i6mo. pp. ii6. 
Wrentham, (Mass.) Nathaniel Heaton, Jr. 
1803. (Preface dated 1 791.) 810.8-F33S 

Fessenden, Mrs. Laura Dayton : (Bom in 
New York; married to Benjamin A. Fessenden ; 
correspondent of various papers. ) 

Essie. A romance in rhyme. Illust. by J. 
H. Vanderpoel. lamo. pp. 93. Boston. Lee 
& Shepard. «. d. Cpr. i8gs. 811-F414E 

Fessenden, Thomas Green: (Born at Wal- 
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The ladies monitor. A poem. i2mo. pp. 
180. Bellows Falls, Vt. Bill Blake & Co. 
1818. Cpr. 1818. 811-F41SL 

Few verses for a few friends. (A.) See Fields, 
James Thomas : 

Field, Caroline Leslie : (Daughter of Mrs. A. 
D. T. Whitney.) 

The unseen king, and other verses. i2mo. 
pp. IV, 73. Boston. H. M. & Co. 1887. 
Cpr. 1887. 811-F452U 

Field, Eugene: (1850-1895.) 

1. With trumpet and drum. 8vo. pp. xi, 126. 
N. Y. Scribners. 1892. Cpr. j8c)2. 

811-F453W 

2. See The writings in prose and verse of Eugene 
Field. N.Y. Scribners. 1896. (In 10 vols. 
Poetry as follows : Vol. i. A little book of 
western verse. Vol. 3. Secondbook of verse. 
Vol. 4. Poems of childhood. Vol. 6. Echoes 
from the Sabine Farm. Vol. 9. Songs and 
other verse. ) 810.8-F453 

Fields, Mrs. Annie Adams : (Bom at Boston, 
Mass., 1834. She was married to Mr. James 
T. Fields in 1854.) 

1. Under the olive. 2ndedn. 24mo. pp. iv,3i7. 
Boston. H. M. & Co. 1881. Cpr. 1880. 

^ 81 i-F46iU 

2. The singing shepherd, and other poems. 
i2mo. pp. viii, 155. Boston. H. M. & Co. 
1895. Cpr. i8gs- 811-F461S 

Fields, James Thomas: (N. H. 1817-1881.) 

1. Anniversary poem, delivered before the Mer- 
cantile Library Association of Boston, Septem- 
ber 13, 1838. 8vo. pp. 18. Boston. W. D. 
Ticknor. 1838. P8ii-F462An 

2. A few verses for a few friends. i2mo. pp.78. 
N. t. p. [Boston.] H. O. Houghton & Co. 
[1858.] 811-F462F 

3. Ballads and other verses. i2mo. pp. 137. 
Boston. H. M. & Co. 1881. Cpr. 1881. 

811-F462B 

Finley, John : (Born at Brownsburg, Va., Jan. 
II, 1797. At one time Mayor of Richmond, 
Wayne Co., Indiana. Died in 1866.) 

The Hoosier's nest, and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. 105. Cincinnati. Moore, Wilstach & 
Baldwin. 1866. Cpr. 1863. 811-F513H 

Fitch, Anna M. 
The loves of Paul Fenly. i2mo. pp. 119. 
N. Y. Putnams. 1893. Cpr. 18^3. 

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Fitz, James : 
Galleiy of poetic pictures ; comprising true 
portraits and fancy sketches, interspersed with 
humorous, moral, and solemn pieces, together 
■with historic, patriotic, and sentimental poems, 
and memories of the past. i2mo. pp. 195. 
Richmond. C. H. Wynne. 1857. Cpr. 18J7. 

811-F548G 

Fitzgerald, Marcella Agnes : (Born in Can- 
ada in 1845. Removed to California in 1851.) 
Poems. i2mo. pp. 504. N. Y. Author 
1886. Cpr. 18S6. 811-F554 

Flaccus I^Pseud. ) See Ward Thomas : 

Flagg, Edward Octavus : (Born in George- 
town, S. C. , 1824. A clergyman now retired 
from active ministry.) 

Poems, second edition, and later poems. 
i2mo. pp. 249. N. Y. T. Whittaker. 1895. 
Cpr. iSgo, iSg5. 81 1-F574 

Flint, Rev. James: 

Verses on many occasions, with others for 

which it may be thought there was no occasion. 

8vo. pp.232. Lynn. H. J.Butterfield. 1851. 

811-F623V 
Flint, Micah P. (About 1807-1830.) 

The hunter and other poems. i2mo. pp.147. 

Boston. Cummings, Hunter & Co. 1826. 

istedn. 811-F624H 

Foote, Lucius Harwood : (Born in Winfield, 
N. Y., 1826; diplomat and poet.) 

A red-letter day and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. 113. Boston. A. Williams & Co. 1882. 
Cpr. 188 J. 811-F688R 

Forbush, William Byron: 
Poems of a boy. 8vo. pp. 46. Hanover, 
N. H. Privately printed. 1888. P811-F696 

Forman, Emily Shaw : (Resident of Welles- 
ley, Mass.) 

Wild-flower sonnets. Illustrations by Ab- 
bott Graves. i6mo. pp. 35. Boston. Jos. 
Knight. 1895. Cpr. i8g4. 811-F724W 

Fosdick, William Whiteman : (Born in Cin- 
cinnati, 1825. Lawyer.) 

Ariel, and other poems. Illust. with designs 
by Dallas. i2mo. pp. 316. N. Y. Bunce 
& Bros. «. d. Cpr. iSjj. 811-F748A 

Foss, Samuel Walter : ( Born in Candia, N. H. , 
1858. Librarian Somerville (Mass.) Public 
Library since 1898.) 
Back country poems. 8vo. pp. 258. Bos- 
Potter Pub. Co. 1892. Cpr. i8q2. 

811-F751B 



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Foster, David Skaats : (Born inUtica, N.Y., 
1862 : Author-merchant. ) 

1. The romance of the unexpected. lamo. pp. 
iv. 140. N. Y. Putnams. 1887. Cpr. 1886. 

811-F754R0 

2. Rebecca the witch and other tales in metre. 
i2mo. pp. 198. N.Y. Putnams. 1888, Cpr. 
1888. 811-F754R 

Foster, Fannie Eliza: (Born at Portsmouth, 
N. H., in 1824.) 

Pebbles of poetry. By F. E. F. 8vo. pp. 
48. Boston. Foster & Co. 1858. 811-F7543P 



Foster, Leonard G. 

Whisperings of nature. i2mo. pp; 104. 
Cleveland. Wm. M. Bayne Print. Co. 1893. 
Cpr. i8<ps. 811-F755W 

Foster, Nathan Lanesford : 
The last of his family; and other poems, occa- 
sional and miscellaneous. 4th edn. with ad- 
ditions. i2mo. pp. 228. Phila. Author 1850. 
Cpr. 1 841. 811-F756L 

Foster, S. Conant : 
Wheel songs : Poems of bicycling. 8vo.sq. 
N.Y. White, Stokes & Allen. 1884. Cpr. 
1884. 811-F757W 

Fowles, N. B. 

1. A tale of the Blue Springs. 24mo. [pp.16.] 
[Jacksonville, Fla.] n. d. P811-F789T 

2. The white slave and other poems. 8vo. N. 
imp. (This and the preceeding are extracts 
from "Luverene-Corinne' ' by the same author. ) 

P811-F789W 

Foxton, E. {Pseud.) See Palfrey, Sara Ham- 
mond: 

Foxworth, Mrs. Sophia Graves : (Native of 
Miss. Daughter of Rev. N. R. Graves. ) 

The old mansion and other poems. i6mo. 
pp. 100. Buffalo. Peter Paul Book Co. 1896. 
Cpr. i8q6. 811-F795O 

Frame, Nathan T. 
Poems. i2mo. pp. 157. Cleveland. Evan- 
gelical Assoc. Pub. House. 1885. Cpr. i88j. 

811-F813 

Frank, Henry : 
The skeleton and the rose, and Gems by the 
wayside. i2mo. pp. 155. Chicago. Bren- 
tano Bros. i885. Cpr. iSSj. 811-F82SS 

Freer, Charles Henry: (Born in Wisconsin 

in 1849, now a resident of Blue Earth, Minn. ) 

The missionary : The bandit chief, and 

other poems, izmo. pp. 198. Chicago. Am. 

Publishers Assoc. 1892. Cpr. i8qr. 

811-F856M 

French, Mrs. L. Virginia [Smith.] (Born in 
Va., in 1830: Died in 1881. A writer and 
educator of Memphis.) 

1. Wind- whispers; a collection of poems. 8vo. 
pp. 272. Nashville, Tenn. Author. 1856. 
Cpr. i8s6. 811-F874W 

2. One or two? By two sisters. L. Virginia 
French and Lide Meriwether. 8vo. pp.231. 
St. Louis. Meriwether Bros. 1883. Cpr. 
1883. 8II-F8740 

Freneau, Philip : (N. Y. 1752-1832.) 

Poems, written between the years 1768 & 
1794. New edition revised and corrected by 
the author. 8vo. pp. xv, 455. Monmouth, 
N.J. Author. 1795. 8II-F878P 

Fresh hearts that failed three thousand years 
ago. See Lowell, Robert T. S. 

Frith, Gilbert R. (Resident of Virginia.) 
Ode to Virginia. i2mo. pp. 18. Rich- 
mond. West, Johnston & Co. 1885. Cpr. 
1883. P811-F919O 



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Frothingham, Nathaniel Langdon: (1793- 
1870.) 

Metrical pieces, translated and original. 
i2mo. pp. X, 362. Boston. Crosby, Nichols 
& Co. 1855. Cpr. 1835. 811-F941M 

Frye, Prosser Hall : 
The substance of his house; poems. i2mo. 
pp. vii, ig8. N. Y. Putnams. 1896. Cpr. 
iSg6. 811-F948S 

Fuller, Frances A. (Resident of Ohio, bom 
about 1826.) 

Poems of sentiment and imagination, with 
dramatic and descriptive pieces. By Frances 
A. and Metta V. Fuller. 8vo. pp. 264. N.Y. 
A. S. Barnes & Co. 1851. Cpr. i8so. 

811-F955 
Fuller, Ira C. 
Poems and essays from many authors of this 
and earlier centuries; given by them through 
the organism of a modem psychic. 8vo. pp. 
128. Buffalo. Moulton. 1897. Cpr. iSgj. 

811-P966 

Fuller, Metta V. See Fuller, Frances A. 

Furness, William Henry : Transl. (1802- 
1896. Unitarian clergyman of Phila. ) 

Verses : Translations from the German, and 
hymns. i6mo. pp. iv, 88. Boston. H. M. 
& Co. 1886. Cpr. 1886. 811-F988V 

G., A. S. See Grenville, A. S. 

Gage, Mrs. Frances Dana : (Born in Marietta, 
Ohio, 1808. Woman suifragist and author.^ 

Poems. i2mo. pp. 252. Phila. Lippin- 
cott. 1867. Cpr. 1866. 8H-G132 

Gallagher, William Davis: (Pa., 1808-1894. 
A journalist of Cincinnati.) 

Miami woods, a Golden wedding, and other 
poems. 8vo. pp. 264. Cincinnati. Clarke. 
1881. Cpr. 1881. 8H-G162M 

Ganyard, A. O. 
The talisman of battle, and other poems. 
i2mo. pp. 120. Rochester. W. S. King. 
1. Cbr. 



1864. Cpr. 1864. 



973-79-G2IIT 



Gardner, Anna : (Bom at Nantucket 1816, anti- 
slavery agitator, and author.) 

1. Harvest gleanings in prose and verse. i6mo. 
pp.200. N.Y. Fowler & Wells. 1881. Cpr. 
1881. (Poems on pp. 129-200.) 810.8-G226H 

2. The golden rod and other poems. i6mo. 
pp. 22. n. p. , n, d. Inquirer & Mirror Press. 

P811-G226G 

Gardner, Mrs. Mary Russell : 

English history in rhyme. By Mrs. Charles 

H. Gardner. i2mo. pp. 56. N. Y. Author. 

1885. Cpr. 1884. 811-G227E 

Garner, John Leslie : Transl. 
See Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. English, 
French, and German translations compara- 
tively arranged in accordance with the text of 
Edward Fitzgerald's version. Ed. by Nathan 
Haskell Dole. 2 vols. 8vo. Boston. Jos. 
Knight Co. i8g6. Cpr. i8g6. 891.55-O54R3 



Gates, Ellen M. Huntington : (Born in Tor- 
rington. Conn.) 

Treasures of Kurium. i2mo. pp. v, 128. 
N. Y. Putnams. 1895. Cpr. i8gs. 

811-G259T 

Gazelle, a true story of the great rebellion; and 
other poems. See Rich, Isaac B. 

Genin, Thomas Hedges: (Born near Agne- 
bogue, L.I., 1796; practiced law at St. Clair- 
ville, Ohio. He was an active abolitionist. 
Died in Oct. 1868.) 

1. The Napolead, in twelve books. 24mo. pp. 
342. St. Clairsville, [O.] H. J. Howard. 
1833. Cpr. 1833. 811-G331N 

2. Selections from the writings of the late Tho- 
mas Hedges Genin. With a biographical 
sketch. A memorial work. 8vo. pp. 615. 
N. Y. E. O. Jenkins. 1869. (Poetry on pp. 
223-615.) 810.8-G331 

Genius of oblivion. See Hale, Sarah Josephine: 

Gerard, James Watson : (Born in New York 
City, 1822, practiced law in N. Y. until 1880. 
State senator, N. Y., 1876-77.) 

Ostrea; or. The loves of the oysters. A lay 
by A. Fishe Shelly, Esq. i2mo. pp. 72. N.Y. 
T. J. Crowen. 1857. 817-G3566 

Gerry, Charles F. 
Meadow melodies. 8vo. pp. 124. Boston. 
Lee&Shepard. 1887. Cpr. 1887. 811-G379M 

Gerstle', Edward G. 
Verses of a collegian. i6mo. pp. iv, 72. N.Y. 
Putnams. 1885. Cpr. 188$. 811-G383V 

Gibson, Robert Edward Lee : (Born inSteel- 
ville, Mo. , 1864 : Familiarly known to western 
readers as "The Bard of the Meramac") 

1. Early poems. i6mo. pp. 63. St. Louis. 
Commercial Print. Co. 1883. 8ii-G449E 

2. Sonnets. 24mo. [pp. 16.] N. imp. 

P811-G449S 
Gilbert, Howard Worcester: (Resident of 
Philadelphia in 1885. 

Aldornere, and two other Pennsylvanian 
idylls; together with minor poems. 8vo. pp 
141. Boston. Index Assoc. 1885. Cpr. 1834. 
(Misprint for 1884. ) 811-G464A 

Gildehaus, Charles : (Resident of St. Louis 
in 1888.) 

In rhyme and time: Shakespeare's birth- 
day. Poems. Transl. from Goethe. i2mo. 
pp. 132. St. Louis. J. L. Boland Co. 1895. 
Cpr. i8gs. 811-G467I 

Gilder, Richard Watson: (Born in Border- 
town, N. J., 1844. Editor of the Century.) 

1. Lyrics and other poems. i2mo. pp. xii, 2i;i 
N. Y. Scribners. 1885. Cpr. 1873-83. 

811-G468L 

2. Lyrics. 2nd edn. i2mo. pp. 136. N. Y. 
Century Co. n.d. Cpr. 1878-87. 811-G468L2 

3. The new day: A poem in songs and sonnets. 
4th edn. i2mo. pp. 103. N. Y. Century 
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Gilder, Richard Watson : (Cont.) 

4. The celestial passion. i2mo. pp.76. N.Y. 
Century Co. n.d. Cpr. 1878-87. 811-G468C 

5. Two worlds, and other poems. i2mo. pp.115. 
N. Y. Century Co. 1891. Cpr. i8gi. 

8II-G468T 

Giles, Ella A. (Bom in Dunkirk, Wis., 1851. 
Librarian of the Public Library of Madison, 
1879-1884.) 

Flowers of the spirit. i6mo. pp. 93. Chi- 
cago. Kerr & Co. 1891. Cpr. i8go. 

811-G472P 

Gilman, Mrs. Caroline : (Caroline Howard was 
born at Boston in 1794, married Rev. Dr. 
Samuel Gilman in 1819, and resided in Charles- 
ton, S. C, where her husband was a Unita- 
rian clergyman.) 

1. Tales and ballads. lamo. pp. 190. Boston. 
Wm. Crosby & Co. 1839. Cpr. 1838. (Pieces 
reprinted from the "Rosebud' ' a juvenile paper 
established by Mrs. Gilman in 1832 at Charles- 
ton, S. C.) 810.8-G487 

2. Verses of a life time. i2mo. pp. viii, 263. 
Boston. James Munroe & Co. 1849. ^pr 
1848. 8i 1-G487V 

Gilman Samuel : 
Pleasures and pains of the student's life, etc. 
8vo. pp 27. Boston. Ticknor, Reed & Fields. 
1852. Cpr. i8s2. 811-G488P 

Gleeman, A. M. 
A rhyme of the North Countrie. 8vo. pp.143. 
Cincinnati. J. A. & U. P. James. 1847. Cpr. 
1847. 811-G555R 

Glynes, Mrs. M. D. See Clymer, Mrs. Ella 
Maria (Dietz.) 

God in creation and evolution, and the church 
of every age in light and shade. An epic poem, 
izmo. pp. X, 311. N.Y. J. S. Beekman. 
1883. Cpr. 1883. 245-G577 

Godfrey, Thomas: (Born in Phila. in 1736, 
died 1763.) 

Juvenile poems on various subjects. With 
the Prince of Parthia, a tragedy. To which is 
prefixed, some account of the author and his 
writings. 8vo. pp. xxvi, 223. Phila. Henry 
Miller. 1765. 811-G583J 

Going, Charles Buxton : 
Summer-fallow. i2mo. pp. vii, 96. N. Y. 
Putnams. 1892. Cpr. iSgs. 811-G515S 

Goodale, Elaine : (Born near South Egremont, 
Mass., 1863. In 1890 was appointed superin- 
tendent of all Indian schools in South Dakota. 
In 1891 she married Dr. Charles A. Eastman, 
a Sioux Indian. ) 

1. Apple-blossoms : Verses of two children 
Elaine Goodale and Dora Read Goodale. 
i6mo. pp. 253. N. Y. Putnams. 1879. Cpr. 
1878. 811-G646AP 

2. All around the year ; verses from sky farm. 
With which are included the thirty poems 
issued in illustrated form in the volume enti- 
tled "In Berkshire with the wild flowers." 
By Elaine Goodale and Dora Read Goodale. 
i6mo. pp. vii, 204. N. Y. Putnams. 1881. 
Cpr. 1880. 811-G646AI 



Goodale, Dora Read: (Sister of Elaine Goodale) 
See Goodale, Elaine : 

Goodhue, Edward S. (Born in Canada, 1861. 
He is a resident of California and is a contrib- 
utor to the periodical press generally. ) 

Verses from the valley. i2mo. pp. 211. 
Oakland. Pacific Press Pub. Co. 1888. Cpr. 
1888. 811-G652V 

Goodrich, Jesse W. 
The phrenological organs : The phrenologi- 
cal character : Together with the Maelstroom 
wreck ; etc. and some other occasional poems 
and prose writings of Jesse W. Goodrich. 
i2mo. pp. 48. N. p. Author. 1855. Cpr. 
iSss- 810.8-G654 

Goodrich, Samuel Griswold : (Bom at Ridge- 
field, Conn., 1793 ; died in New York, i860. 
He edited and wrote, chiefly over the pseudo- 
nym "Peter Parley.") 

Poems. i2mo. pp. 144. N. Y. Putnams. 
1851. Cpr. i8jo. 811-G655 

Goodyear, Elizabeth S. 

Songs of trust. i2mo. pp. 124. Boston. J. 
H. Earle. 1886. Cpr. 1886. 245-G658S 

Gordon, Armistead Churchill : (Born in Vir- 
ginia in 1855, admitted to the bar, 1879. ) 

Befo' de war. Echoes in negro dialect. By 
A. C. Gordon and Thomas Nelson Page. i2mo. 
pp. vi, 131. N. Y. Scribners. 1893. Cpr. 
18S8. 811-G662B 

Gordon, Elizabeth : 

1. Among the flowers : A poem by Lizzie Gor- 
don. To which is added a selection of Wyo- 
ming poetry by natives of Luzerne Co. 8vo. 
pp. 43. Wilkes- Barre. The Leader Co. 1879. 

P811-G662A 

2. The world's future ; or, The feast of the 
flowers. By Lizzie Gordon. With a selection 
of Wyoming poetry, and the life of the author. 
8vo. pp. 37. Wilkes-Barre. Union-Leader 
Steam Print. 1881. P811-G662W 

Gordon, Hanford Lennox : 

1. Pauline and other poems. i2mo. pp. 141. 
N. Y. Putnams. 1878. Cpr. 1878. 

811-G663P 

2. The feast of the virgins, and other poems. 
8vo. pp. 336. Chicago. Laird & Lee. 1891. 
Cpr. iSgi. 811-G663F 

Gould, Elizabeth Porter : (Bom at Manches- 

ter-by-the-Sea, Mass. , 1848. Critic and author. ) 

Stray pebbles from the shores of thought. 

24mo. pp. vii, 220. Boston. T. O. Metcalf 

&Co. 1892. Cpr,z8<)2. 811-G696S 

Gould, Hannah Flagg : (Bom in Vermont in 
1788, died in 1865.) 

1. Poems. i6mo. pp. viii, 174. Boston. Hil- 
lard. Gray, &c. 1832. Cpr. 1832. 811-G6965 

2. New poems. i2mo. pp. viii, 287. Boston. 
W. J. Reynolds & Co. 1850. Cpr. 184Q. 

811-G6965N 

Gould, George Milbry : (Bom at Aubum, Me. , 

1848. A prominent physician of Philadelphia. ) 

An autumn singer. i2mo. pp. 163. Phila. 

Lippincott. 1897. Cpr. j8g6. 8ii-G697A 



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Granice, G. Law : 

The ascetic. i6mo. pp. 17. Merced, Col. 

Sun Book Print. 1891. (Dedicated to author's 

mother, Mrs. Rowena G. Steele.) 

P811-G759A 
Gray, David: (1836-1888.) 

Letters, poems, and selected prose writings. 

2 vols. i2mo. Buffalo. Courier Co. 1888. 

(Poems in Vol. I. pp. 209-310.) 810.8-G778 

Grayson, William John: (S. C. 1788-1863.) 
The hireling and the slave, Chicora and other 
poems. i2mo pp. 169. Charleston, S. C. 
McCarter & Co. 1856. Cpr. iSjd. 

811-G784H 

Green, E. Brewster : 
The child of passion: A poem. 8vo. pp.40. 
Middletown. B. Hunt & Co. 1837. 

811-G795C 

Greene, Aella: (Born in Mass., in 1838; jour- 
nalist author.) 

1. Rhymes of Yankee Land.- i2mo. pp. 83. 
Springfield, Mass. Whitney & Adams. 1872. 
Cpr. 1872. 811-G799R 

2. Happy days at Hampton, and other poems. 
i2mo. pp. 98. Springfield. Gill & Hayes. 
1872. Cpr. 1872. 811-G799H 

3. Poetical works. i6mo. pp. 186. [Spring- 
field.] C. W. Bryan & Co. 1887. Cpr. 1S87. 

811-G799 

Greene, Albert G. 
Old Grimes. lUust. by Augustus Hoppin. 
4to. [pp. 14.] Providence. S. S. Rider & 
186^ _ - -- 



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Greene, Clara Marcelle: 
The Magdalen and other poems. i2mo. pp. 
128. Portland, Me. Brown, Thurston & Co. 
1890. Cpr. i88q. 811-G7993M 

Greene, Millen Sanford: (Born in Conn., in 
1825.) 

Around the hearth and other poems. i6mo. 
pp.115. Buffalo. Moulton. 1894. Cpr. 181)4. 

8ii-G8iiAr 
Greenleaf, Lawrence N. 

1. Poems delivered at the second and third ex- 
hibitions of the Everett Literary association. 
i6mo. pp. 18. Boston. Rand & Avery. 1859. 

P811-G814P 

2. King Sham, and other atrocities in verse; in- 
cluding a humorous history of the Pike's Peak 
excitement. i2mo. pp. 140. N. Y. Hurd 
& Houghton. 1868. Cpr. 1868. 817-G814K 

Greenwood, Grace : {Pseud. ) See Lippincott, 
Mrs. Sara Jane : 

Grenville, A. S. 
Original poetic effusions. Moral, religious, 
and sentimental. From the pen of A. S. G. 
2nd edn. i6mo. pp. 180. Dedham. John 
Adams. 1823. Cpr. 1822. 811-G828O 

Gridley, Selah : 
The mill of the muses. 24mo. pp. 267. Ex- 
eter. J. Gridley. 1828. Cpr. 1828. 

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Griggs, Miss H. 
Songs for the sorrowing. By H. N. With an 
introduction by W. R. Williams. i2mo. pp. 
284. N. Y. Phinney, Blakeman & Mason. 
186 r. Cpr. i860. 811-G856S 

Griggs, Nathan Kirk: (Born at Frankfort, 
Ind., 1844. A lawyer and at one time U. S. 
Consul at Chemnitz, Germany. ) 

Lyrics of the lariat : Poems with notes. 
i2mo. pp. 266. N. Y, Revell. n. d Cpr. 
i8<)3. 811-G857L 

Grissom, Arthur: (Born in Payson, 111., 1869. 
Editor of "Spirit" and a member of Mr. Mun- 
sey's staff.) 

Beaux and belles. i6mo. pp. x, 149. N.Y. 
Putnams. 1896. Cpr. i8g6. 811-G869B 

Gross, Adeline E. 
Pol3Tnniana. i2mo. pp. 78. Cincinnati. 
Author. 1884. Cpr. 1884. 811-G878P 

Grote, Augustus Radcliffe : (A scientist, for- 
merly of Buffalo but now living in Germany.) 
Rip Van Winkle : A sun myth, and other 
poems. i2mo. pp. 41. London. Kegan 
Paul. Chiswick Press. 1882. 8n-G88iR 

Guest, Moses : 

Poems on several occasions. With extracts 
from a journal kept by the author while he 
followed the sea and during a journey from 
New Brunswick in N. J. to Montreal and Que- 
bec. i2mo. pp. 160. Cincinnati. Locker 
& Reynolds. 1823. 811-G936 

Guiney, Louise Imogen : (Born at Boston, 
Mass., 1861. Daughter of Gen. Patrick R. 
Guiney. ) 

1. A roadside harp. A book of verses. i2mo. 
pp. vi, 62. Boston and N. Y. H. M. & Co. 
1893. Cpr. i8g3. 811-G964B 

2. The martyrs' idyl and shorter poems. i2mo. 
pp. vi, 81. Boston. H. M. & Co. 1899. Cpr. 
i8gg. 811-G964M 

Gustafson, Zadel Barnes : (Born in Middle- 
ton, Conn , 1841. Wife of A. Gustafson, a 
Swedish writer.) 

Meg: A pastoral, and other poems. lamo. 
pp. 280. Boston. Lee & Shepard. 1879. 
Cpr. 1878. 811-G982M 

H. H. See Jackson, Helen Hunt : 

Hafford, Ferris S. (Born at Freemont, Ohio, 
1857.) 

1. The revellers : A poem. i6mo, pp. viii,93. 
Battle Creek, Mich. Author. 1893. Cpr. 

i8gs- 811-H138R 

2. The revellers : A poem. i6mo. pp. 93. 
Heraldsburg, Calif. College Press. 1893. 

P811-H138R 

Hagan, Mary Barrett : 

Pictures from Puget Sound. 8vo. N. imp. 

P811-H141P 

Hale, Mary W. 
Poems. i2mo. pp. 216. Boston. Wm. D. 
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Hale, Mrs. Sarah Josephine (Buell.): (Born 
at Newport, N. H., 1788; Died in Philadelphia, 
Pa., 1879. Editor of "Ladies Magazine" at 
Boston, and of "Godey's Ladies' Book.") 

Genius of oblivion; and other original poems. 
By a lady of New Hampshire. i6mo. pp.146. 
Concord. J. B. Moore. 1823. 811-H164G 

Hale, William: 
Shore life in song. i6mo. pp. viii, 246. Bid- 
deford. Me. Journal Office. 1886. Cpr. 1SS6. 

811-H165S 

Hall, Gertrude: (Born at Boston, 1863.) 

Poems of Paul Verlaine. Tr. by Gertrude 
Hall. Pictured by Henry McCarthy. i2mo. 
pp-x, no. Chicago. Stone & Kimball. 1895. 
Cpr. iSgs- 841-V521 

Hall, Mrs. James : 
Phantasia, and other poems. 8vo. pp. 144. 
N.Y. Putnams. 1849. Cpr. 1848. 811-H176P 

Hall, John Lesslie: (Bom in Williamsburg, 
Va , 1856.) 

Old English idyls. i2mo. pp. vii, 108. 
Boston. Ginn & Co. 1899. Cpr. iSgg. 

811-J177O 
Hall, Lansing V. 
Voices of nature. i6mo. pp. 220. N. Y. 
Gray & Green. 1868. Cpr. 1868. 811-H177V 

Hall, Mary L. 

Live coals. 8vo. pp. 116. [Buffalo.] Sel- 
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Halleck, Fitz-Greene : (Ct., 1795-1867.) 

1. Young America: A poem. lamo. pp. 49. 
N. Y. Appleton. 1865. Cpr. 1864 

811-H184Y 

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Drake. Ed. by James Grant Wilson. i2mo. 
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811-H184 

3. See also Drake, James R. The Croakers. 

Ham, Marion Franklin : (Born in Harveys- 
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The golden shuttle. i2mo. pp.128. N.Y. 
Little & Co. 1896. Cpr.iSgd. 811-H198G 

Hamberlin, L. R. 
Verses. i6mo. pp. 67. Austin, Texas. Cor- 
ner & Fontain. 1895. P811-H199V 

Hamersley, James Hooker: (Bom in New 
York, 1844.) 

The seven voices. 8vo. pp. v, 143. N. Y. 
Putnams. 1898. Cpr. i8g8. 811-H214 

Hamilton, Henry: 

1. Virgil's Aeneid. The first six books. Tr. 
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i2mo. pp. 197. N.Y. Putnsims. 1889. Cpr. 
1S88. 873-V816H 

2. See also Spalding, John Lancaster : 

Hammond, Luranah: 
Voices from nature. A volume of original 
poems. With an introduction by Rev. A. L. 
Morse. 8vo. pp. 175. Milwaukee. Author. 
n. d. 811-H226V 



Hanaford, Phebe Anne : (Born in Nantucket, 

Mass., 1829. Universalist minister and author.) 

From shore to shore, and other poems. 

i2mo. pp. 277, Boston. B. B. Russell. 1871. 

Cpr. J870. 811-H233F 

Hansbrough, Mary Berri (Chapman): (Born 
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to Henry Clay Hansbrough, Senator from 
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Lyrics of love and nature. 1 2mo. pp. vi, 226. 
N. Y. Stokes, n. d. Cpr. i8gj. 811-H249L 

Harbaugh, Thomas Chalmers : (Born in Mid- 
dletown, Md., 1849. Literary journalist.) 

Maple leaves. Poems. 2nd edn. i2mo. 
pp. 160. Cincinnati. Clarke. 1884. Cpr. 
1883. 811-H255M 

Harlan, Caleb : 

1. Ida Randolph of Virginia: A historical novel 
in verse. 3rd edn. i2mo. pp. 104. Phila. 
Ferris Bros. 1891. Cpr. iSgo. 811-H283I 

2. Elflora of the Susquehanna, and other poems. 
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Bros. 1891. Cpr. 1879-82. 811-H283I 

Harlow, William Burt : (Born in Portland, 
Me., 1856.) 

1. Songs of Syracuse, and other poems. i6mo. 
pp.71. Syracuse. Author. 1890. 811-H286S 

2. Columbia redeemed from slavery; the story 
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falo. Moulton. 1894. Cpr.i8g4. 811-H286C 

Harmon, Orrin E. 
Voices from the cascades. 8vo. pp. 63. Che- 
halis,W. T. 1886. Cpr. 1886. P811-H288V 

Harper, Frances Ellen Watkins : 
Poems. 24mo. pp. 48. Phila. Merrihew & 
Son. 1871. (Imprint on cover reads "Prov- 
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P811-H293 
Harris, Hunter Lee : 
Twilight songs and other youthful poems. 
24mo. [pp.35-] Raleigh. 1890 

P811-H314T 

Harris, Joel Chandler: (Bom at Eatonton, 
Ga., 1848. For some time an editor of the At- 
lanta Constitution.) 

Uncle Remus; his songs and his sayings. 
The folk-lore of the old plantation. i2mo. 
pp. 231. N. Y. Appleton. 1881. Cpr. 1880. 
(Poems on pp. 153-171.) H. S. 284 

Harris, Thomas Lake : (Born in England in 
1823 Founder of the Brotherhood of the New 
Life, a mystical organization near Brocton, 
N.Y. . and later became a resident of California.) 

1. An epic of the starry heaven. i2mo. pp. 2to. 
N. Y. Partridge & Brittan. 1854. Cpr. i8s4- 

811-H316E 

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Cpr. i8s3. 811-H316L 

3. The great republic : A poem of the sun. 
i2mo. pp. 261. N. Y. Brotherhood of the 
New Life. 1867. 811-H316G 



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Harte, Francis Bret : (Bom in Albany, 1839. 
Since 1885 a resident of London, Eng. ) 

1. Poems. i2mo. pp. 152. Boston. J. R. Os- 
good & Co. 1871. Cpr.1870. 8n-H327A2 

2. East and West. Poems. i2mo. pp. 171. 
Boston. J. R. Osgood & Co. 1871. Cpr. 
1871. 81 1-H327E 

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336. Boston. Houghton, Osgood & Co. 1879. 
Cpr. 187 1. 811-H327A 

4. Poetical works, including the drama of "The 
two men of Sandy Bar. " 8vo. pp.448. Bos- 
ton. H. M. & Co. 1882. Cpr. 1870-82. 

8II-H327 

5. See Writings by Bret Harte. Standard Li- 
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Boston. H. M. &Co. 1896-1900. 810.8-H327 

Hartshorne, Henry: (Pa., 1823-1897. A Phil- 
adelphia physician.) 
A bundle of sonnets, and other poems. 
i2mo. pp.221. Phila. Porter & Coates. 1886. 

811-H335B 

Hartzell, Jonas Hazard : (Pa., 1830-1890. At 
one time pastor of a Universalist Church in 
Buffalo, N. Y.) 

Wanderings on Parnassus. Poems. i2mo. 
pp. viii, 228. N. Y. Whittaker. 1884. Cpr. 
1884. 811-H338W 

Harvey, James Clarence : 

Lines and rhymes, grave and gay. i2mo. pp. 
97. N. Y. Lovell. n. d. Cpr. i88g. 

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Haskell, Thomas Newton : 

1. Young Konkaput, the king of Utes, a legend 
of Twin lakes. And occasional poems, [also 
domestic poems.] i6mo. pp xiv, 257, 145, 92. 
Denver. Collier & Cleveland. 1889. Cpr. 
i88g. 8U-H349Y 

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N. imp. Cpr. j8g2. 811-H349W 

Hathaway, Benjamin : (Born in Cayuga Co. 
N. Y., 1822.) 

1. Art-life and other poems. i2mo. pp. vi, 229. 
Chicago. Griggs. 1878. Cpr. 1876. 

811-H363A 

2. The League of the Iroquois, and other legends. 
From the Indian Muse. i2mo. pp. xii, 319. 
Chicago. Griggs. 1882. Cpr. 1880. 

811-H363L 

3. The finished creation and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. xiii, 207. Boston. Arena Pub. Co. 1892. 
Cpr. i8g2. 811-H363F 

Hawes, A. Clifford : 

The muse poetic. In eight cantos. i2mo. 
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Rhymes of the centuries and other verses. 
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Cfi - ^ - - 



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Hawkes, Clarence: (Born in Goshen, Mass., 
1869. Known as the "Blind poet of New 
England.") 

Pebbles and shells : Verses. Illustrations 
by Eibridge Kingsley. i2mo. pp. 207. 
Northampton. Picturesque Pub. Co. 1895. 
Cpr. i8gs- 811-H392P 

Hayden, Henry C. 
Poems. 2nd edn. i2mo. pp. 86. Boston. 
Rand, Avery & Co. 1888. Cpr. 18S7. 

811-H414 
Hayden, Mabel: 
Cathedral pictures and other poems. 24mo. 
pp. 32. Washington. Rufus H. Darby. 1889. 

P811-H415C 

Hayes, Ednah Proctor (Clarke): (Born in New 
York, 187-. Married Dr. H. L. Hayes in 
1899 and removed with him to the Hawaiian 
Islands.) 

An opal: Verses. By Edna Proctor Clarke. 
i6mo. pp. 8q. Boston. Lamson, Wolffe & 
Co. 1896. Cpr. j8()6. 811-H416O 

Hayes, John Russell : (Born in West Chester, 
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and University of Pa., Law School. Asst. 
professor of English at Swarthmore. ) 

The old-fashioned garden and other verses 
i2mo. pp.viii, loi. Phila. Winston & Co. 
1895. Cpr. i8c)S. 811-H417O 

Hays, W^illiam Shakespeare : (Born in Louis- 
ville, Ky., 1837. Ballad writer and composer, 
now marine editor of the Louisville Courier, 
Journal and times. ) 

Poems and songs. i2mo. pp. 124. Louis- 
viUe. C. T. Dearing. 1895. Cpr. i8gs. 

811-H425 

Hayward, M. L. C. 

Verses. 8vo. pp. 23. N. imp. Cpr. i8gj. 

P811-H427V 

Hazard, Caroline : (R. I. , 1856— Elected Pres- 
ident of Wellesley College in 1899.) 

Narragansett ballads, with songs and lyrics. 

i2mo. pp. V, 107. Boston. H. M. & Co. 1894. 

Cpr. i8g4. 811-H428N 

Hazard, Joseph : 

Poems on various subjects. i6mo. pp. 187. 

Brooklyn. Author. 1814. Cpr. 1814. 

811-H429 
Heath, Rose : 

Too much for the colonel. i2mo. pp. 20. 

Buffalo. Moulton. 1893. Cpr. i8gs. 

811-H438T 
Heathcote, Martin : 

Thewomen'scongress and other poems. i2mo. 

pp. 360. Baltimore. Baltimore Pub. Co. 1884. 

Cpr. J884. 811-H439W 

Heaton, John Langdon : (Journalist, born iu 
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The quilting bee and other rhymes. i6mo. 
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811-H442Q 

Hebbard, William Wallace: 
The night of freedom : An appeal in verse, 
against the great crime of our country, human 
bondage. 8vo. pp.42. Boston. Sam'lChism. 
1857. 811-H443N 



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Helderbergia. See Schoolcraft, H. R. 

Hempstead, Fay : (Born in Little Rock, Ark. , 
1847. Since 1881 has been Grand Secretary 
of the Order of Freemasons of Arkansas.) 

Random arrows. i2mo. pp. 132. Phila. 
Ivippincott. 1878. Cpr. 1878. 8H-H491R 

Hempstead, Junius L. (Born in Dubuque, la., 
1842.) 

Parnassian niches. i6mo. pp. vii, 172. 
Buffalo. Moulton. 1892. Cpr. i8gi. 

811-H492P 
Henderson, Anna R. 
I/ife and song. Poems. lamo. pp.113. ^'^^- 
falo. Moulton. 1900. Cpr. igoo. 

811-H495L 

Henderson, Daniel Mclntyre: 

Poems, Scottish and American. i2mo. pp. 

139. Baltimore. Cushings & Bailey. i888. 

Cpr. 1888. 811-H496 

Henry, John Arthur: See Morris, Harrison S. 

Henry, M. E. 

Drifting leaves. i2mo. pp. 46. N. Y. Cath- 
oUcPub. Co. 1884. Cpr. 1884. 8H-H523D 

Henry, Mrs. Sarepta M. [Irish:] (Evangelist, 
temperance reformer, poet and author, born 
in Albion, Pa., in 1839.) 

1. The marble cross and other poems. i6mo. 
pp. 136. Chicago. Woman's Temperance 
Pub. Soc. 1886. Cpr. 1886. 811-H524M 

2. Victoria: With other poems. i2mo. pp.197. 
N. Y. Nat'l Temperance House. 1888. 

811-H524V 

Herbert, Henry William : (Born at London, 
Eag. , 1807; died by his own hand in New 
York, 1858. Son of the Dean of Manchester 
and a graduate of Oxford. ) 

The Prometheus aud Agamemnon of ^Eschy- 
lus. Tr. into English verse by Henry William 
Herbert. i2mo. pp. xii, 156. Cambridge. 
John Bartlett. 1849. Cpr. 1849. 882-A253P 

Hereford, Elizabeth J. 
Rebel rhymes and otiier poems. i2mo. pp. 
vi, 78. N. Y. Putnams. 1888. Cpr. 1888. 

811-H542R 

Hermes, Paul : See Thayer, William Roscoe : 

Heroes of the last lustre. See Mines, John 

Flavel : 
Hershey, Eusebius : 

The living poem. 24mo. pp. 114. Phila. 

Craig, Finley & Co. 1887. Cpr. 1877. 

P811-H572L 
Hewett, James D. 

The votary. A narrative poem. izmo. pp. 

123. N. Y. Carleton & Co. 1867. Cpr. 1867. 

811-H598V 

Hewitt, Mary Elizabeth Moore : (Bom in 
Miss. 1818.) 

1. The songs of our land, and other poems. 

i2mo. pp. 156. Boston. Ticknor&Co. 1846. 

Cpr. 1843. 8ii-S799iS 

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2. Poems; Sacred, passionate, and legendary. 
i2mo. pp. 196. N. Y. Lamport, Blakeman 
& Co. 1854. Cpr. 'iSjs- 811-S7991 



Hibbard, [Mrs."] Grace : (Daughter of the late 
L. Porter, D. D. of Mass. Now a resident of 
the Pacific States.) 

Wild poppies. 1 2mo. pp. viii, io5. Buffalo. 
Moulton. 1893. Cpr. i8gs. 811-H624W 

Hieronymus. 

Glances at the world. 8vo. pp.371. Mundus. 
5878. Cpr. 187s, 811-A615G 

Higginson, [Jifrs.'] Ella : (Bom in Kansas in 
1862. A druggist of New Whatcom, Wash ) 
A bunch of Western clover. 48mo. [pp.26.] 
New Whatcom, V\ ash. Edson& Irish 1894. 

P811-H637B 

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth : (Born at 
Cambridge, Mass., 1823: Essayist and litte- 
rateur. ) 

1. Afternoon landscape: Poems and transla- 
tions i2mo. pp. io5 N. Y. Longmans, 
Green & Co. 1889. Cpr. i88p. 811-H637A 

2. See The writings of Thomas Wentworth Hig- 
ginson. Riverside edn. i2mo. Boston. H. 
M. & Co. 1900. (In 7 vols. Poetry in Vol. 6. ) 

810.8-H637 

Hill, George : ( Born in Guilford, Conn. , 1796; 
died in New York in 1871. He graduated at 
Yale, and held several positions under the U. 
S. government.) 

The ruins of Athens, with other poems. By 
A voyager. 8vo. pp. iii. Washington. 
Thompson & Homans. 1831. Cpr. i8ji. 

811-H646R 

Hill, Theophilus Hunter: (Bom in N. C, in 
1836. Lawyer and poet.) 

Passion flower and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. viii, 120. Raleigh. P. W. Wiley. 1883. 
Cpr. 1883. 8U-H648P 

Hillard, Francis Allen: 
Verses. i2mo. pp. vii, 145. N. Y. Putnams. 
1885. Cpr. 1883. 811-H649V 

Hiller, O. Prescott : 
American national lyrics and sonnets. i2mo. 
pp. 80. Boston. Otis Clapp. i860. Cpr. 
i860. 8ii-H652Am 

Hillhouse, James Abraham: (1789-1841.) 
The judgement, a vision. By the author of 
Percy's masque. 8vo. pp 46. N.Y. James 
Eastbura. 1821. Cpr. 1821. 811-H6S25J 

Hillhouse, Margaret P. 
The white rose knight, and other poems. 
i6mo. pp. viii, 79. N.Y. Devinne Press. 
1894. Cpr. i8g4. 811-H653W 

Hills, Lucius Perry : 
Echoes. i2mo. pp. 103. Atlanta. Author. 
1892. Cpr. i8g2. 8II-H655E 

Himselfhathdoneit. 48mo. pp.7. Brooklyn. 
Pub. by T. B. Ventres, n. d. P811-H658 

Hine, E. Curtiss : 
The haunted barque, and other poems. 8vo. 
pp. 109. Auburn. J. C. Derby and Co. 1848. 
Cpr. 1847. 811-H662H 



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Hirst, Henry B. (Bom in Philadelphia, 1813; 
died there, 1874. Lawyer and poet.) 

Endymion: A tale of Greece. i2mo. pp. 
122. Boston. W. D. Ticknor & Co. 1848. 
Cpr. 1848. 811-H669E 

Hitchcock, David : (Born at Litchfield, Ct. 

1773) 

1. Poetical works. Containing The shade of 
Plato, Knight and Quack, and The subtlety of 
foxes. i2mo. pp. 164. Boston. Etheridge 
& Bliss, 1806. 811-H674 

2. The social monitor; or, A series of poems on 
some of the most important and interesting 
subjects ; being a continuance of a former 
work entitled "A poetical dictionary, or Pop- 
ular terms illustrated in rhyme. " i6mo. pp. 
155. Stockbridge. Author. 1812. Cpr. 1812. 

811-H674S 

Hoag, Charles E. 

Chords and discords. By Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 

E. Hoag. 8vo. pp. igr. [Peabody.] Authors. 

[1888.] 8ri-H678 

Holahan, Martha Eileen: (Born in Turner, 
111 , 1863: Teacher, telegraph operator and 
poet. ) 

Nondescript ; or, The passionate recluse. 
i2mo. pp. 106. Phila. Lippincott. 1889. 
Cpr. 1888. 811-H722N 

Holbrook, Edwin A. 
The light of the future, or The evolution of 
religion. A poem. 3rd edn. 8vo. pp. 112. 
Watertown. 1894. P811-H724L 

Holcomb, Thomas A. E. 
Fridthjof's Saga: A Norse romance. By 
Esaias Tegn6r. Tr. by Thomas A. E. Hol- 
comb. 2nd edn. i2mo. pp. vi, 213. Chicago. 
S. C. Griggs & Co. 1888. Cpr. 1876. 

839.6-T261 

Holcombe, Helen J. 
A rose of yesterday. i2mo. pp. no. N.Y. 
Author. 1894. 811-H725R 

Holden, Warren : 

1. Autobiography of love. T2mo. pp. 59. N.p. 
Lippincott. 1888. Cpr. 1888. 811-H726A 

2. Fourteen sonnets i6mo. fpp. 32.] Phila. 
Lippincott. n. d. Cpr. 1888. 811-H726F 

3. Song of the sea. Prom the log book of a 
truant Sophomore. i6mo. pp. 39. [Phila ] 
Lippincott. 1888. Cpr. 1888. 

811-H726S 

4. Spiritual evolution. i2mo. pp. 118. Phila. 
Lippincott. 1889. Cpr. i88g. 8u-H726Sp 

5. Sonnets supplemental to "Spiritual evolu- 
tion." i2mo. pp. 16. (119-134 ) Phila. 
Lippincott. 1889. Cpr. i88(p. P811-H726S 

6. After-thoughts. i6mo. pp. 15. Phila. Lip- 
pincott. n. d. Cpr. i8go. P811-H726A 

7. Discovery of America. i2mo. pp.27. Phila. 
Lippincott. 1890. Cpr. i8go. 811-H726D 

Holford, Castello N. 
Cofachiqui, and other poems. i2mo. pp.149. 
Bloomington. Author, n. d. Cpr. 1884. 

811-H729C 



Holland, Josiah Gilbert : (Mass., i8[9-i88i.) 

1. Bitter-sweet; a poem. i2mo. pp.220. N.Y. 
Scribner. 1871. Cpr. iSj8. 811-H735B 

2. Kathrina: Her life and mine, in a poem. 50th 
edn. i2mo. pp. 287. N.Y. Scribner. 1871. 
Cpr. 1867. 811-H73SK 

3. The mistress of the manse. A poem. i6mo. 
pp. 187. N.Y. Scribners. 1897. Cpr. 1867, 
1881. 8ii-H735Mi2 

4. The mistress of the manse. i2mo. pp. 245. 
N. Y. Scribner, Armstrong & Co. 1874. 
Cpr. 1874. 8ii-H735Mi 

5. The marble prophecy, and other poems. 
i2mo. pp. iv, 112. N.Y. Scribner, Arm- 
strongs: Co. 1872. Cpr. 1872. 811-H73SM 

6. The Puritan's guest and other poems. i5mo. 
pp. vi, 166. N. Y. Scribners. 1897. Cpr. 
1877, 1881. 811-H735P 

Holley, Henry W. (Born at Pierrepont Manor, 
N. Y. , 1828, now a resident of Winnebago City, 
Minn.) 

1. The politicians, and other poems. 2nd edn. 
8vo. pp. 290. Chicago. S. P. Rounds Jr. 
& Co. 1885. Cpr. 188s. 817-H738P 

2. Odd spell verses. i2mo. pp. x, 188. Buffalo. 
Moulton. 1891. Cpr. zSgo. 8ii-H7380 

Holley, Marietta : (N. Y. 1844. Poet, hu- 
morist and essayist. ) 

Poems. By Josiah Allen's wife. i2mo. 
pp. 216. N.Y. Funk & Wagnalls. 1887. 
Cpr. 1887. 811-H738 

Holmes, Mrs. Georgiana [Klingle]: (Poet, 
Born in Phila., Pa., 185-.) 

1. In the name of the King; by George Klingle. 
i6mo. pp. V, 119. N.Y. Stokes. 1888. 
Cpr. 1888. 811-H751I 

2. Make thy way mine and other poems. By 
George Klingle. i6mo. pp. v, 103. N. Y. 
Stokes. 1891. Cpr. 1886. 811-H751M 

3. Laus deo. i6mo. pp. 87. N. Y. Stokes. 
n. d. Cpr. t8g3. 811-H7S1L 

4. Perdita: Abookof vei'ses. By George Klin- 
gle. i6mo. pp. 99. Buffalo. Moulton. 1894. 
Cpr. i8g4. 811-H751P 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell : (Mass. 1809-1894.) 

1. Astrsea: The balance of illusions. A poem 
delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa Society 
of Yale College, August 14, 1850. i2mo. pp. 
39. Boston. Ticknor, Reed & Fields. 1850. 
Cpr. 1830. 811-H752AS 

2. Songs in many keys. i2mo. pp. x, 308. 
Boston. Ticknor & Fields. 1862. Cpr.i86i. 

8II-H752S 

3. Poems. i2mo. pp. xi, 410. Boston. Fields, 
Osgood & Co. 1869. Cpr. 1862. 811-H752 

4. The iron gate, and other poems. i2mo. pp. 
82. Boston. H. M. & Co. 1880. Cpr. 1880. 

811-H7S2I 

5. Poetical works. 2 vols. 24mo. pp. xiii, 444; 
vii, 427. Boston. H. M. & Co. i88i. Cpr. 
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Holmes, Oliver Wendell: (Cont.) 

6. Before the curfew and other poems, chiefly- 
occasional. i2mo. pp.110. Boston. H. M. 
&Co. 1888. Cpr.iSSS. 811-H752B 

7. See The writings of Oliver Wendell Holmes. 
Riverside edn. (In 13 vols. Poetry in Vols. 
II, 12, and 13.) 8vo. Boston. H. M. & Co. 
1892-1896. 810.8-H752 

Homes, Mrs. Mary Sophia (Shaw): (Born at 
Frederick City, Md., daughter of Thomas 
Shaw of Annapolis, Md. She wrote under the 
pen name of Millie Mayfield. ) 

Progression; or, the south defended. By 
Millie Majrfield. i2mo. pp. 226. Cincinnati. 
Applegate and Co. i860. Cpr. i860. 

811-H767P 

Honest Muse, {Pseud.) See Pope J. William: 

Honeywood, St. John : (Mass. 1763-1798. A 
lawyer of Salem, N. Y.) 

Poems. With some pieces in prose. lamo. 
pp. 159. (List of subscribers 7 pp.) N. Y. 
F.& J. Swords. 1801. 8ti-H772 

Hood, Charles : 
Gonzalvo; or. The fall of Grenada. i2mo. 
PP- 377- Boston. Ticknor & Co. 1845. 
Cpr. 1844. 811-H776G 

Hope, James Barron: (Born in Va., in 1829: 
Died 1887. Capt. in the Confederate Army 
during the Civil War.) 

Arms and the man: A metrical address re- 
cited on the looth anniversary of the surren- 
der of Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown. lamo. 
pp. 104. Norfolk. Landmark Pub. Co. 1882. 

811-H791A 

Hopkins, Alphonso Alvah : (Born at Burling- 
ton, N. Y. 1843.) 

1. Asleep in the sanctam, and other poems. 
i6nio. pp. viii, 184. N. Y. Sheldon & Co. 
1874. Cpr. 1873. 8XI-H793AS 

2. Our Sabbath evening: Home meditations, 
in prose and verse. i6mo. pp. 222. Boston. 
D. Lothrop & Co. n. d. Cpr. 1880. 

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See The miscellaneous essays and occasional 
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810.8-H797 
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5. Arteloise. A romance of king Arthur and 
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The vision of Misery Hill: A legend of the 
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The quest of Columbus : A memorial poem 
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Iris. 

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Songs of a haunted heart. i2mo. pp. 221. 
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Chips from the workshop. Parnassus. The 
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The last of the Lenap6 and other poems. 
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Janvier, Francis De Haes : (Bom in Pa., in 
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Patriotic poems. i2mo. pp. 88. Phila. 
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The dead doll, and other verses. By Mar- 
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Jefferis, Marea Wood : (Born in Providence, 
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Jeffrey, Rose Vertner : (Born in Natchez, 
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1870. 811-J46D 

Jenkins, Ellen J. (Born at Fond du Lac, Wis. , 
i860.) See Cooke, Dorcas Foster: 

Jenkins, Helen N. Jerrard : 
Poems. 8vo. pp. 184. Bangor. Knowles 
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Johnes, Edward Rodolph : (Bom at Whites- 
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Briefs by a barrister. Occasional verses. 
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Cpr. i87g. 811-J65B 

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Songs from Nahant. i2mo. Lynn. Nichols. 
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Seventeen-seventy-six and other poems. 1 2mo. 
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Idler and poet. 8vo. pp. 126. Boston. 
Osgood & Co. 1883. Cpr.1882. 811-J68I 

Johnson, Samuel : 

Belshazzar's doom. 8vo. pp. 67. St. Paul. 
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Jones, Eli G. 
Poems of the day. 8vo. 
1896. 



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Kirschbaura, E. T. 

1. Herr Cherrytree's prose and poetry. ByHerr 
Cherrytree. i2mo. pp. 88. N.Y. J. B. Alden. 
1889. Cpr. i88g. 811-K61H 

2. The times. By Herr Cherrytree. i6mo. pp. 
12. N. p. 1889. P8ii-K:6iT 

Klingle, George: 5?^ Holmes, Mrs. Georgiana: 

Knowles, Archibald Campbell: 

On wings of fancy. i6mo. pp. 103. Phila. 

G. W. Jacobs & Co. 1895. Cpr. i8gs- 

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1. Esse regnum! and other poems. Author's 
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2. Songs of the life eternal ; and other writings. 
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Knowles, Sarah E. 

Orlean Lamar, and other poems. i2mo. pp. 

167. N. Y. Appleton. 1864. Cpr. 1863. 

811-K74O 
Kohaus, Mrs. Hannah M. 

A collection of poems for youths and children. 

8vo. pp. 13. Chicago. A. B. Davis & Co. 

n. d. Cpr. 1886. • P811-K79C 

Kohn, Leopold M. 

An essay on the oration, together with Octa- 

via's prayer, and other choice poems. 24mo. 

pp. S2. PWla. Author. 1886. Cpr. 1886. 

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Kossiter, Anna M. S. 

Chistmas chimes. By LiUa N. Cushman. 
24mo. [pp. 21.] N. imp. P811-K86C 

Kummer, Alfred : 
The sling of David, and other poems; with an 
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Ladd, Eleanor Mary : 
Cherry-bloom. With cover design by Stella 
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Paul Book Co. 1896. Cpr. i8g6. P811-L154C 

Lady, (A.) 
Nothing to do; an accompaniment to "Nothing 
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N. Y. Wiley & Halsted. 1857. Cpr. 1857. 

817-B987N 

La Grange, Magdalena Isadora: (Born at 
Gulderland, N. Y., 1864.) 

Songs of the Helderberg: Poems. 8vo. pp. 
126. Albany. Boyd's Pnnt. Co. 1893. Cpr. 
i8g2. 811-L178S 

Lagutry, Norman de : 
Love conquereth: Poems. i2mo. pp. 198. 
Sewanee, Tenn. Author. 1890. 811-L182L 

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Portsmouth, N. H., cousin of Mrs. Thaxter.) 

Poems. i2mo. pp. 135. Boston. Brown, 

Taggard & Chase. 1859. Cpr. 1839. 811-L185 

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1. Poems. 8vo. pp. 200. N. t. p. [San Fran- 
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811-L222 

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Lane, Charles Alva: 

De rerum natura. By Paul Carus. Tr. by 
Charles Alva Lane. Chicago 1895. 

P831-C329D 

Lanier, Sidney: (Ga. 1842-1881.) 
Poems: Edited by his wife, with a memorial 
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1884. 811-L287 

Lanigan, John Alphonsus : (Born at Halifax, 
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N. Y., in 1870. Practicing physician.) 

1. Leisure hours; a selection of short poems and 
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Author, n. d. Cpr. 1870. 811-L288L/ 

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1. Childhood songs. i2mo. pp. 202. Boston. 
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Larcom, Lucy: (Cont.) 

3. Wild roses of Cape Ann, and other poems. 
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Cpr. 1880. 811-L319W 

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Larremore, Wilbur: (Lawyer, born in New 

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Mother Carey's chickens: A book of verse. 

i6mo. pp. 90. N. Y. Cassell.- n. d. Cpr. 

1888. 811-L333M 
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Dreams and days: Poems. 8vo. pp.188. 
N. Y. Scribners. 1892. Cpr. i8g2. 

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Along the shore. i6mo. pp. 104. Boston. 
Ticknor&Co. n.d. Cpr. 1888. 8ii-L355A 

Lavely, Henry Alexander : (Born at Pitts- 
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1. Poems and translations. i2mo. pp.207. N.Y. 
Privately printed. 1866. Cpr. 1866. 

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Lehigh Univ., Bethlehem, Pa., and of St. 
John's College, Annapolis, Md.) 

Afranius, and the Idumean, ffagedies, with 
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81 t-L439Ar 

Lee, Chauncey: 
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Dreamy hours. i2mo. pp. 80. St. Paul. 
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Lee, Mary Elizabeth: (Born 1813, died 1849, 
daughter of Mr. William Lee, and niece of 
Judge Thomas Lee of Charleston, S. C.) 

The poetical remains of the late Mary Eliza- 
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Oilman. i2mo. pp. xl, 221. Charleston. 
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8ii-L47g 

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Falls.] i6mo. pp. 24. Buffalo. Thomas 
& Co. 1840. 974.72-N577L 

Leggett, Benjamin F. (Born in Northern New 
York. He was the son of a farmer; graduated 
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1. A sheaf of song. i2mo. pp. 154. N. Y. 
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Leighton, William : (Born at Cambridge, 
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1. Change: The whisper of the sphinx. i2mo. 
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811-L529C 

2. Shakespeare's dream and other poems. 8vo. 
pp.148. Phila. Lippincott. i88t. Cpr. 1880. 

811-L529S 

Leiser, Joseph : (Born at Canandaigua, N. Y., 
in 1873, of Jewish parentage, graduated at 
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Before the dawn: A book of poems, songs, 
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Leland, Charles Godfrey: (Born at Phila., 
1824.) 

1. Hans Breitmann's party. With other ballads. 
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cago, 111.) 

Poems. i2mo. pp. n8. Boston. Phelps 
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Leonard, Mary H. 
The story of Portus and Songs of the south- 
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1894. Cpr. j8<)4. 811-L581S 

Leuville, Marquis de: See Oliver de Lorn- 
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Levyis, Alonzo : (Mass., 1794-1861. He was 
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Poems. i2mo. pp. 208. Boston. John 
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Lewis, Mrs. Sarah Anna : (Miss Robinson, 
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Child of the sea, and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. 179. N. Y. O. P. Putnam. 1848. Cpr. 
J848. 811-L676C 

Libby, Rev. James Albert : (Bom at Poland, 
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Songs of history and hope. i2mo. pp.217. 
West Poland, Me. Author. 1891. Cpr. i8gi, 

811-L694S 

Lin, Orpheus: {Pseud.) 5^« Moore, David A, 

Lincoln, Mrs. Martha D. (Born near Rich- 
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Over the lawn to the white house. i6mo. ob. 
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Maynicke. 1893. Cpr. 1893. P811-L738O 

Lindsay, Walter M. 
Poems. i2mo. pp. 197. N. Y. Appleton. 
1856. Cpr. i8j6. 811-L749 

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1 . Songs of the seasons and other poems. 1 2mo. 
pp.167. N. Y. Redfield. [1852.] 8ii-L754S 

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Linn, John Blair: (Bom in Pa., in 1777, died 
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810.8-L758 

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Lippjncott, Mrs. Sara Jane : (Born at Onan- 
aaga, N. Y., Sep. 23, 1823, daughter of Dr. 
Thaddeus Clarke. Widely known as Grace 
Greenwood. ) 

Poems by Grace Greenwood. i2nio, pp. 
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1854. Cpr. iSso. 811-L765 

Litchfield, Grace Denio: (Bom in N.Y. City, 
1849. Novelist and poet.) 

Mimosa leaves. i6mo. pp. ix, 112. N.Y. 
Putnams. 1895. Cpr. i8(ps. 8ii-I,776M 

Little, Mrs. Sophia L. (Born in Newport, 
1799. Daughter of Asher Robbins, the emi- 
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The birth, last days, and resurrection of Je- 
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Lloyd, J. William: (Born, N. J., 1857, of 
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Wind-harp songs. i6mo. pp. 132. Buffalo. 
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Locke, Mrs. Jane Ermina : (A verse writer 
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811-L814M 

2. The recalled; in Voices of the past, and Poems 
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J. Munroe & Co. 1854. Cpr. 1833. 

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Logan, Margaret Ann : (Born 185- A native 
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15. Tales of a wayside inn. Riverside Literature 
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Longfellow, Samuel : (Born at Portland, Me., 
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Hymns and verses. i2mo. pp.142. Bos- 
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Lord, Augustus Mendon : (Born at San Fran- 
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Lord, John Chase : (Born in New York in 
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Occasional poems. i2mo. pp. 141. Buffalo. 
Breed & Lent. 1869. Cpr. i86g. 811-L866O 

Lord, William S. (Born at Sycamore, 111., 
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I. Beads of morning. i2mo. pp.60. Evanston, 
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Lord, William S. (Cont.) 

2. Heigh-ho! my laddie, O! and other child ver- 
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Lord, William Wilberforce : (Born in Madi- 
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Coopersto-wn, N. Y. Served as chaplain in 
the Confederate army. ) 

Christ in Hades: A poem. i2mo. pp.183. 
N. Y. Appleton. 1851. Cpr. iS^i- 

811-L868C 

Loring, Frederic Wadsworth : (Born at Bos- 
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1871.) 

The Boston dip, and other verses. i6mo. 
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811-L873B 

Loveman, Robert: (Bom at Cleveland, O., 
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1. Poems. lamo. pp. 42. Tuskaloosa, Ala. 
Author. 1889. P811-L911 

2. Poems. i6mo. pp. 82. Tuskaloosa, Ala. 
Burton. 1893. 811-L911 

Low, Samuel: (Bom Dec. 12, 1765.) 
Poems. i2mo. pp. 147, 168. 2 vols, (in i.) 
N. Y. T. & J. Swords, xst edn. 1800. 

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1859. Cpr. 1858. 811-1-9130 

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Lowell, James Russell: (1819-1891.) 

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Lowell, Robert Trail Spence : (Born at Bos- 
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1. Fresh hearts that failed three thousand years 
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Lowell, Robert Trail Spence: (Cont.) 
3. Burgoyne's last march. Poem for the cele- 
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15. [Newark.] 1878. P811-L916B 

Lucas, Daniel Bedinger : (Born in West Vir- 
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Ballads and madrigals. i2mo. pp.69. N.Y. 
Pollard & Moss. 1884. Cpr. 18S3. 

811-L933B 

Liiders, Charles Henry : (Born at Phila., 1858; 
died there, 1891. ) 

Hallo, my fancy! By Charles Henry Liiders 
and S. D. Smith Jr. i2mo. pp. 96. Phila. 
D. McKay. 1887. Cpr. 1887. 811-L944H 

Lunt, George: (Born at Newburyport, Mass., 
1803; died at Boston, 1885.) 

1. The age of gold, and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. iv, 160. Boston. W. D. Ticknor. 1843. 
Cpr. 1842. 8ii-L964Ag 

2. The dove and the eagle. (Anon.) i2mo. 
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Lupa, (Pseud.) 
Messages from the watch tower. 1 2mo. pp. 
50. San Francisco. Carrier Dove Print. 1890. 
Cpr. i8go. P8H-L965M 

Lyde, Augustus Foster : (Born at Wilming- 
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Buds of spring. Poetical remains of Augus- 
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150. Boston. Perkins & Marvin. 1838. Cpr. 
J83S. 811-L983B 

Lynch, Anne C. See Botta, Annie C. Lynch : 

Lyon, Anne E. West-: 
My fir.st harvest, or The leisure hours of a 
youthful poet. i6mo. pp. ix, 160. Niagara 



Falls. Author. 1893. Cpr. i8go. 



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mead & Evans. 1865. Cpr. j86j. 



Ash- 



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McCarroU, James : (Journalist, bom in Ireland 
in 1815, died in N. Y. City, 1892.) 

Madeline and other poems. Introduction 
by Charles Lotin Hildreth. i2mo. pp. xi, 325. 
Chicago. Belford, Clarke &. Co. n. d. Cpr. 
i88g. 811-M123M 

McClure, William James : 
Poems: Religious and miscellaneous. i2mo. 
pp. 189. N. Y. J. W. Pratt & Son. 1888. 
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McClurg, Mary V. D. See DonagM, M. 
Virginia : 

McCourt, David William: (Born at Wauke- 
sha, Wis., 1859, °^ Scotch parentage. He is 
now a dentist in St. Paul, Minn.) 

Treasures of Weinsberg and other poems. 
i6mo. pp. 235. Buffalo. Peter Paul Book 
Co. 1895. Cpr. i8(fS- 811-M131T 

MacCuUoch, Hunter : 
From dawn to dusk, and other poems. i6mo. 
pp. 134. Phila. I/ippincott. 1887. Cpr. 
1886. 811-M133F 

McDermott, Hugh Farrar: (Bom in Ireland 
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The blind canary. 2nd edn. i6mo. pp. 
149. N. Y. Putnams. 1883. Cpr. 1883. 

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McDonald, Mrs. Mary Noel : (Bom in New 
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in 1834, and in 1848 to Mr. Henry Meigs of 
N. Y.) 

Poems. 8vo. pp. 208. N.Y. Author. 1844. 

811-M135 

Mace, Mrs. Frances Parker (Laughton) : 
(Bom at Orono, Me. in 1836.) 

1. Legends, lyrics, and sonnets. 2nd edn. 
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McGaffey, Ernest : (Bom at London, Ohio, 
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ners. 1892. Cpr. 18^2. 811-M145P 

McGirr, John J, (Born at Youngstown, Pa., 
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The destruction of the world, and other 
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1886. Cpr. i88s. 811-M146D 

McHenry, Jennie T. (A native of Kentucky.) 
Forget me not; a collection of poems. i6mo. 
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M'Jilton, J. N. 
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811-M157K 

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Shea, Smith & Co. 1896. Cpr. iSgs- 

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M'Kinnon, John D. 

Descriptive poems. Containing picturesque 

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79- N. Y. T. & F. Swords. 1802. 

», «" . , ^ 8n-Mi57sD 

McKinstry, L. C. 

A poetic offering to John Greenleaf Whittier. 

In memoriam, Dec. 17, 1807-1834. i2mo. pp. 

127. Haverhill. Author. 1890. Cpr. i8go. 

811-M158P 
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Idle rhymings. 8vo. pp. 200. Jackson, O. 

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McLellan, Isaac : (Born at Portland, Me., 1806; 
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Poems of the rod and gun, or Sports by flood 
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1. "Babble Brook" songs. i2mo. pp. 237. 
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McPherson, Lydia Starr: 
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Lays of a lawyer. i6mo. 
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Songs after work. i6mo. pp. 52. N. Y. 
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The passion of life. i2mo. pp- 75- Cin- 
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Heart echoes. i2mo. pp. xii, 169. N. Y. 
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1887. 8:i-M2950 

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The man with the hoe and other poems. 
i2mo. pp. 134. N.Y. Doubleday & McClure. 
1899. (fpr. i8gg. 811-M345M 

Marr, Fannie H. 

1. Virginia and other poems. i2mo. pp. 152. 
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"Life.") 

A little brother of the rich, and other verses. 
i2mo. pp. 91. N.Y. Scribners. i8go. Cpr. 
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Martin, L. A. (Born in Fayette Co., Ohio in 
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1. Hallowe'en, and other poems. i2mo. pp. 
130. Chillicothe, Mo. n. d. Cpr. i8gs. 

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Martin, M. T. 

Vistse vitae. 8vo. pp. 15. Merrimack, Wise. 
Author, n. d. Cpr. i8g6. P811-M382V 

Marvin, Richard : 
Twilight thoughts; and heart records. 8vo. 
pp. xviii, 151. St. Paul. Author. 1889. Cpr. 
j88g. 811-M391T 

Mason, Caroline Atherton (Briggs): (Born 
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The lost ring and other poems. With an in- 
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194. Boston. H. M. &Co. 1891. Cpr. i8gi. 

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Mason, Mary Augusta : (Bora at Windsor, 
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With the seasons. X2mo. pp xi, no. N.Y. 
Randolph Co. 1897. Cpr.i8g7. 811-M411W 

Mathews, Cornelius : (Born at Port Chester, 
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Poems on man, in his various aspects under 
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Mathieu Ropars : et cetera. See Young, 
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Matson, Albert: 
A glimpse of war, anent the captain's color- 
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July 19, 1864, with appendix. i6mo. pp. 58. 
San Diego. Kimball & Beasley. 1895. (Ded- 
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1859-) 

As the cardinal flower. 8vo. pp.117. Ful- 
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Matthews, James Newton : (Born near Ma- 
son, 111., about 1853. He is called "the poet 
of the Prairies.") 

Tempe Vale and other poems. 8vo. pp.200. 
Chicago. C. H.Kerr & Co. 1888. Cpr. jS88. 

811-M438T 

Mattocks, Brewer: 
Songs of help and inspiration. 8vo. pp. 88. 
[Pairbault, Minn.] Am. News Co. 1889. 
Cpr. i88g. 811-M444S 

Maxim, Rose: (Born at Buckfield, Me., in 
1850.) 

Autumn leaves. Poems, izmo. pp. 93. 
North Cambridge, Mass. Author. 1890. (Pre- 
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Maxwell, Hu: (Native of West Virginia.) 
Idyls of the golden shore, i zmo. pp. viii, 233. 
N. Y. Putnams. 1889. Cpr. 1887. 

811-M465I 

Maxwell, William : (Born at Norfolk, Va. in 
1784, died 1857.) 

See Specimens of the American poets; with 
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Poems, pp. 173-187. ) i2mo. pp.283. Lon- 
don. 1822. 811.08-S741 

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writerof N. Y. City.) 

1. Hymns on the collects for every Sunday in 
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2. Lays of memory and affection, the seasons 
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1888. 



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May, Edith : See Drinker, Anna : 

May, John Walker : (Bom at Winthrop, Me., 
Jan. 1828.) 

Inside the bar, and other occasional poems. 
8vo. pp. vii, 193. Portland. Hoyt, Fogg & 
Donham. 1884. Cpr. 1884. 811-M467I 

May, Julia Harris: (Born at Strong, Me.) 
Songs from the woods of Maine. i2mo. pp. 
viii, 139. N. Y. Putnams. 1894. Cpr. 1894. 

811-M468S 

Mayfield, Millie : See Homes, Mrs. Mary 
Sophia: 

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Edalaine: A metrical romance. i2mo. pp. 
254. N.Y. Dillingham. 1892. 811-M491B 

Meek, Alexander Beaufort : ( 1814-1865. Co- 
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The red eagle. A poem of the south. i2mo. 
pp. 108. N. Y. Appleton. 1855. Cpr. j8jj. 

811-M494R 

Meigs, Mrs. Henry: See McDonald, Mrs. 
Mary Noel: 

Mellen, Grenville: (Born at Biddleford, Me., 
1799, died in New York City, 1841. ) 

The martyr's triumph; Buried valley; and 
other poems. i2mo. pp. 300. Boston. Lilly, 
Wait, Colman & Holden. 1833. Cpr. 1833. 

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Melville, Herman : (Born in New York City, 
1819; died there, 1891.) 

Battle-pieces and aspects of the war. i2mo. 
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1866. 973-79-^531 

Menken, Adah Isaacs : (An actress of Jewish 
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1868.) 

Infelicia. 8vo. pp. xiv, 126. Phila. Lip- 
pincott. 1888. 811-MS45I 

Mercur, Anna Hubbard : 

1. Cosmos and other poems. 8vo. pp. xi, 215. 
Buffalo. Peter Paul Book Co. 1893. Cpr. 
189s. 811-M5S6C 

2. Crusaders of '61. 24mo. [pp. 5.] TV. imp. 

P811-M556C 

Meriwether, Mrs. Lide [Smith]: (Virginia 
1829.) 

5^1? One or two. By two sisters. (L. Vir- 
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pp. 230. St. Louis. Meriwether Bros. 1883. 
Cpr. J 883. 811-F874O 

Messenger, Lillian Rozell : ( Born in Ballard 
County, Ky., 18—.) 

1. Fragments from an old inn. i2mo. pp. 123. 
N. Y. Putnams. 1885. Cpr. i88s. 

811-M584F 

2. The vision of gold and other poems, izmo. 
pp. viii, 156. N. Y. Putnams. 1886. Cpr. 
1886. 811-M584V 

3. The Southern cross and other poems. Svo.sq. 
pp. 42. Buffalo. Moulton. 1891. Cpr. j8gi. 

811-M584S 

4. Columbus, or It was morning. R. 8vo. [pp. 
12.] N.imp. Cpr. i8g3. P811-M584C 

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Mifflin, J. Houston: 
Lyrics. i2mo. pp. xi, 73. Phila. H. T. 
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Mifflin, Lloyd : (Born at Columbia, Pa., 1846 
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1. At the gates of song: Sonnets. lUust. by 
Thos. Moran. 8vo. pp. xix, 162. Boston. 
Estes & Lauriat. 1897. Cpr. i8g7. 

811-M633A 

2. The slopes of Helicon and other poems, izmo. 
pp X, 155. Boston. Estes & Lauriat. 1898. 
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Miller, Abraham Perry: 
Consolation and other poems. i6mo. pp. 122. 
N. Y. Brentano. i886. Cpr. 1886. 

8ii-M^46C 

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Miller, Cincinnatus Heine : (Born in Wabash 
District, Ind., 1841.) 

1. Songs of the Sierras. By Joaquin Miller. 
i2mo. pp. 299. Boston. Roberts^Bros. 1871. 
Cpr. 187 1. 8ii-M647Si 

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i2mo. pp. 237. N. Y. Funk & Wagnalls. 
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Miller, E. P. 
Ringwood manse: A pastoral poem. i2mo. 
pp.66. Washington. School of Music Print. 
1887. 811-M6475R 

Miller, Elvira Sydnor : (Born in Virginia, 186-. 
Poet and journalist of Louisville, Ky.) 

Songs of the heart. With a prologue by 
Douglass Sherley. i6mo. pp.xxi, 144. Louis- 
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Miller, Mrs. Emily Huntington : (An educa- 
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Songs from the nest. i6mo. pp. 85. Chi- 
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Miller, Freeman E. (Born near Newton, Ind., 
May 19, 1864.) 

Oklahoma and other poems. i6mo. pp.126. 
Buffalo. Moulton. 1895. Cpr. i8gs. 

811-M6495O 

Miller, Howard : 

The student's dream and other poems. i6mo. 

pp.144. Louisville. J. P. Morton & Co. 1871. 

Cpr. 1871. 811-M651S 

Miller, Irving J. A. (Born at Worcester, Ohio, 
1866, now a resident of Marshalltown, Iowa. ) 
Fireside poems. 8vo. pp. 146. Marshall- 
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811-M6515F 
Miller, James William : 
Poems and sketches. i2mo. pp. 165. Boston. 
Carter & Hendee. 1830. Cpr. i8jo. 

810.8-M648 
Miller, Joaquin. See Miller, C. H. 

Miller, Lotta: 
Flowers from the kitchen garden : Miscella- 
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Derrick Pub. Co. 1894. P811-M648F 

Miller, Marion Mills : 
Parnassus by rail. i6mo. pp. v, 105. N. Y. 
Putnams. 1891. Cpr. iSgi. 811-M652P 

Milne, Frances Margaret : (Born in Ireland, 
1846. Her family came to America in 1849 
and finally settled in California.) 

I. For to-day: Poems. i2mo. pp. 137. Bos- 
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Milne, Frapces Margaret: (Cont.) 
2. A cottage gray and other poems. i6mo. pp. 
79. Buffalo. Moulton. 1895. Cpr. 1895. 

811-M659C 

Mines, John Flavel : (Born in France in 1835, 
and died in N. Y. City in 1891.) 

The heroes of the last lustre. A poem. i2mo. 
pp. IS5. N. Y. Daniel Dana. 1858. Cpr. 
1858. 8a-M664H 

Miscellaneous poems. [By Clara Moreton. 
Pseud.'\ See Moore, Mrs. Clara Jessup : 

Miscellaneous works, prose and poetical. By 
a young gentleman of New York. See Linn, 
John Blair: 

Mitchell, John Kearsley : (1798-1858. A phy- 
sician of Philadelphia. ) 

Indecision, a tale of the far West; and other 
poems. i6mo. pp. 212. Phila. Carey & 
Hart. 1839. Cpr. 1838. 811-M678I 

Mitchell, Langdon Elwyn: (Born at Phila. 
1862. Son of Dr. S. Weir Mitchell.) 

1. Sylvian, a tragedy; and poems. By John Philip 
Varley. l2mo. pp. v, 207. N.Y. Brentano 
Bros. 1885. Cpr. 1883. 811-M679S 

2. Poems. 8vo. p^. vi, 1 18. Boston. H. M. 
& Co. 1894. Cpr. i8g4. 8H-M679 

Mitchell, Silas Weir: (Born at Phil., 1829.) 

1. The mother and other poems. 8vo. pp.iv, 69. 
Boston. H. M. &Co. 1893. Cpr. i8g2. 

811-M682M 

2. The wager and other poems. l2mo. pp.47- 
N. Y. The Century Co. 1900. Cpr. igoo. 

811-M682W 

Monroe, Harriet : (Born at Chicago, 186-.) 

Columbian ode. Souvenir edn. i6mo. pp. 

IX. Chicago. W. T. Way & Co. 1893. Cpr. 

J893. P811-M753C 

Montclair, John W. See Weidemeyer, John 

William : 

Monteverde, Frank L. 
Looking beyond: Poems. i6mo. pp. 185. 
Buffalo. Moulton. 1893. Cpr. i8gs- 

811-M781L 

Montgomery, Carrie Frances Judd : (Bom 
at Buffalo, N.Y., 1858.) 

1 Lilies from the vale of thought. 2nd edn. 
i6mo pp. 109. Buffalo. H. H. Otis. 1882. 
cpr. 1878. 811-M787L 

2 The heavenly babe: A Christmas carol. 24mo. 
[pp. II.] Beulah, Calif, n.d. P811-M787H 

Montgomery, H. Philips : 

Tadmor, the pride of the desert. i2mo. pp. 

67. Boston. Roberts Bros. 1865. Cpr. 1864. 

' 811-M788T 

Moody, Joel : 

1 (Threnody.) A poem, delivered by Joel 
Moody of the class of 1858, at the re-union 
after thirty years. {University of Michigan. 
Department of literature, science and the arts.) 
i6mo. pp. 12. TV. imp. [i888?] P811-M817 

2 Song of Kansas and other poems. 8vo. pp. 
viii, 189. Topeka. G. W. Crane & Co. 1890. 
Cpr. iSgo. 811-M817S 



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Moore, Charles Leonard: (Born in Phila., 
1854. Was U. S. consular agent at San Anto- 
nio, Brazil, 1878-9.) 

1. Poems, antique and modern. 8vo. pp. 334. 
Phila. J. E. Potter & Co. 1883. Cpr. 1883. 

811-M821 

2. Book of day-dreams. i2mo. [pp. 100. J Phila. 
Lippincott. 1888. Cpr. 1888. 811-M821B 

Moore, Mrs. Clara (Jessup): (Born at Phila. 
1824, died in London in 1899. Poet, novelist 
and philanthropist.) 

Miscellaneous poems. Stories for children. 
The warden's tale, and Three eras in a life. 
i2mo. pp. 288. [Phila.] Porter & Coates. 
1875. Cpr. 1S7S. 811-M8211M 

Moore, David : 
Poems. 1st edn. 8vo. pp. 100. Wappingers 
Falls, N. Y. F. W. Corson. 1886. C^r. 1886. 

811-M822 

Moore, David A. 

1. Faith; a satiric poem: By Orpheus Lin, Esq. 
i2mo. pp. 50. N. imp. P817-M821F 

2. A few pieces. By Orpheus Lin. i2mo. pp. 
61. N.imp. P811-M821P 

Moore, Ella Maude [Smith]: (Born at War- 
ren, Me. , 1849, daughter of Samuel Emerson 
Smith.) 

Songsof sunshine and shadow. i2mo pp. 
233. Boston. D. Lathrop & Co. n. d. Cpr. 
1880. 811-M823S 

Moore, Mollie E. See Davis, Mrs. Mary E. 

Moore, Thomas Joseph: (Born at Phila., in 
1864. Teacher, journalist and author. ) 

Elecampane and other poems. i2mo. pp. 
xi, 177. Cincinnati. Robt. Clarke Co. 1898. 
Cpr. i8()8. 811-M824E 

More, Paul Elmer: (Born in Mo,, 1864. In- 
structor in Sanskrit and Greek at Bryn Mawr 
College.) 

1. Helena and occasional poems. i2mo. pp. 
iv, 78. N. Y. Putnams. 1890. Cpr. i8go. 

8U-M836H 

2. A century of Indian epigrams, chiefly from 
the Sanskrit of Bhartrihari. i6mo, pp. 124. 
Boston. H. M. & Co. 1898. Cpr. i8gS. 

891.2-M835 

Moreton, Afrj. Clara: {Psettd.) 5,?^ Moore, 
Mrs. Clara (Jessup) : 

Morning breath of June : A poem. Illust. by 
C. J. Taylor and E. J. Meeker. 8vo. pp. [56.] 
N. Y. A. N. Lockwood. 1884. Cpr. 1884. 

811-M866 

Morrell, Charles B. (Born at Troy, N. Y., 
1859. Physician and specialist in eye and ear 
diseases.) 

"Five dozen fancies." i2mo. pp. 150. 
Cincinnati. Earhart & Richardson. 1893. 
Cpr. i8()3. 811-M873F 

Morris, George Pope : (Born at Phila., 1802, 
died in 1864. Journalist and poet.) 

I. The deserted bride; and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. 172. N. Y. Appleton. 1843. 811-M876D 



Morris, Georp^e Pope : (Cont.) 

2. Poems. With a memoir of the author. 24mo. 

pp. 366. N. Y. Chas. Scribner. n. d. Cpr. 

i860. 811-M876 

Morris, Harrison S. (Born in Phila., 1856.) 
A duet in lyrics. By Harrison S. Morris and 
John Arthur Henry. 24mo. pp. 48. Phila. 
D. F. Gillin. 1883. P8ii-M876D 

Morris, Robert: (Born in Mass., in 1818 and 
died in 1888. A writer of Lagrange, Ky.) 

The poetry of free-masonry. With a bio- 
graphy [of the author] by his son Rob, Morris. 
Imp. 8vo. pp. xxiv, 399. Chicago. Werner 
Co. 1895. Cpr. i884-i8()S. 811-877P 

Morrison, Mrs. Mary J. Whitney : ("Jenny 
Wallis.") (Born at Saccarappa, Me., in 1832. 
Writer for children.) 

Stories true and fancies new. Illust. by L. J. 
Bridgman. 8vo. pp 208. Boston. Dana, 
Estes&Co. n.d. Cpr. i8g8. 811-M881S 

Morse, James, Herbert : (Born at Hubbard- 
ston, Mass., 1841. Educator and critic. ) 

Summer haven songs. i6mo. pp. x, 264. 
N. Y. Putnams. 1886. Cpr. 1886. 

811-M885S 

Morse, John M. 

Memories of childhood and other poems. 

i2mo. pp.269. N. Y. Lafayette Press, n.d. 

Cpr. i8<)S. 811-M885M 

Morton, Eliza Hoppy : (BornatDeering, Me., 
1855. Author and educator. ) 

Still waters, or Dreams of rest. A collection 
of sacred poems. i2mo. pp.208. Portland. 
Hoyt, Fogg & Donham. i88i. Cpr. i88i. 

8II-M889S 
Morton, Jennie C. 
A rhyme of the women of Frankfort. (Cover 
title, "Centennial poem.") 8vo. pp. 22. 
[Frankfort, Ky.] i885. Cpr. 1886. 

P811-M889R 

Morton, Sarah Wentworth Apthorp : (Wife 
of Hon. Perez Morton, Attorney General of 
Massachusetts. She wrote under the signature 
of "Philena.") 

Beacon Hill. A local poem, historic and 
descriptive. (Anon.) 4to. pp.56. Boston. 
Printed by Manning & Loring for the author. 
1797. 811-MS91B 

Morton, Thomas Bottomley : 
Hoskey's creek. 48mo.ob. pp. 33. [Little 
Rock.] Arkansas Democrat Co. n. d. 

P811-M891H 
Moss, Jonathan W. 
Poetical works. 8vo. pp.' 230. " Cameron. 
W. Va. Author. i886. Cpr. 1SS6. 

811-M913 

Moulton, Mrs. Ellen Louise [Chandler]: (Born 
at Pomfret, Conn., 1835.) 

1. Poems. 24mo. pp. 153. Boston. Roberts 
Bros. 1882. Cpr. 1877. 811-M927 

2. In the garden of dreams : Lyrics and sonnets. 
i2mo. pp.170. Boston. Roberts Bros. 1890. 
Cpr. i88<). 8H-M927I 

Mount Lebanon. See Shakers, North family of: 



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97 



Munford, William: (Born in Va., 1775, died 
at Richmond in 1825.) 

Poems and compositions in prose on several 
occasions. 8vo. pp. 189. Richmond. Sam'l 
Pleasants, Jr. 1798. Cpr. i-jgS. 811-M966 

Murphy, Henry Cruse: (1810-1882. Lawyer 
of Brooklyn and at one time its mayor. He 
■was a student of Am. History and a collector 
of early Americana..) 

Anthology of New Netherland, or transla- 
tions from the early Dutch poets of New York. 
With memoirs of their lives. R8vo. pp. 206. 
N. Y. 1865. Bradford Club Series, No. 4. 

839.31-M978 

Myers, Peter Hamilton : (Born at Herkimer, 

N. Y., in August 1813 and was a member of 

the Brooklyn bar. He. died at Auburn, N.Y., 

in 1878.) 

Ensenore: A poem. 8vo. pp. 104. N.Y. 
Wiley & Putnam. 1840. Cpr. 1840. 

811-M996E 
Myrtle, May : See Dugan, Mrs. Geo. E. 

N., H. See Griggs, Miss H. 

Nack, James : (Born about 1807, in the city 
of New York. ) 

1. Earl Rupert, and other tales and poems. 
With a memoir of the author by P. M . Wet- 
more. i2mo. pp. XX, 220. N. Y. G. Adlard. 
1839. Cpr. i8s9. 811-N125E 

2. The Immortal, a dramatic romance; and other 
poems. With a memoir of the author by 
George P. Morris. i2mo. pp. 172. N. Y. 
Stringer & Townsend. 1850. Cpr. iSjo. 

811-N125I 

3. The romance of the ring, and other poems. 
i2mo. pp. 232. N. Y. Delisser & Procter. 
1859. Cpr. iSsS. 8ii-Ni25R 

Nagler, Franz budwig : 

Celestial scenes. Part first. i2mo. pp. 116. 

Cincinnati. Author. 1889. Cpr. iSSg. 

811-N149 
Nash, Gilbert : 

Bay leaves, and other poems. i2mo. pp. 

viii, 295. Boston. Nichols & Noyes. 1870. 

Cpr. iS6q. 811-N249B 

Nason, Emma Huntington: (Born at Hallo- 
well, Me., 1845, and married in 1870 to Charles 
H. Nason.) 

White sails. 8vo. pp. 162. Boston. D. 
LothropCo. n.d. Cpr. 1888. 811-N263W 

Nesmith, James Ernest : (Lawyer, artist and 
poet. Born in Lowell, Mass., in 1856.) 

1. Monadnoc and other sketches in verse. i6mo. 
pp. vi, 79, Cambridge. Riverside Press. 1888. 
Cpr. x888. 811-N462M 

2. Philoctetes and other poems and sonnets. 
i6mo. pp. V, III. Cambridge. Riverside 
Press. 1894. Cpr. 1894. 811-N462P 

Newell, Robert Henry : (Born in New York 
City, 1836. He was at one time editor of the 
N. Y. World, and later had charge of Tke 
Hearth and Home. H'e died in 1901.) 

The palace beautiful, and other poems. By 
Orpheus C. Kerr. i2mo. pp. 179. N. Y. 
Carleton. 1865. Cpr. 1864. 811-N546P 



Newport, David : 
The pleasures of home and other poems. 8vo. 
pp. 99. Phila. Lippincott. 1884. Cpr. 1884. 

811-N558P 

Nichols, Mrs. Rebecca S. (Rebecca S. Read 
was bom at Greenwich, N. J., married in 1833 
to Willard Nichols, publisher of a paper in St. 
Louis. ) 

I. Bernice: Or The curse of Minna, and other 
poems. i2mo. pp. 216. Cincinnati. Shepard 
t* - - — - 



&Co. 



i2mo. 

1844. 



Cpr. 1844. 



8H-N621B 



2. Songs of the heart and the hearth-stone. 8vo. 
pp. 320. Phila. Thomas, Copperwait & Co. 
1851. Cpr. 1851. 8ii-N62iS 

Nichols, Starr Hoyt: (Born at Danbury, 
Conn., in 1834. A congregational minister, 
and later a broker of N. Y. City. ) 

Monte Rosa, the epic of an Alp. 2nd edn. 
much revised. 8vo. pp. 134. N. Y. Belford, 
Clarke & Co. 1886. Cpr. 1886. 811-N596M 

Nicholson, Kathleen Monica: 
Whispers of the pines. 8vo. pp. 131. Chi- 
cago. J. S. Hyland & Co. 1898. Cpr. i8g8. 

811-N626W 

Nield, Thomas : 
The human brotherhood and A psalm of faith. 
i6mo. pp. 165. Indianapolis. Church at 
Work Pub. Co. n. d. Cpr. 1888. 811-N667H 

Night watches. See Walton, S. S. 

Nil Admirari. (^Pseud. ) See Shelton, F. W. 

Norris, P. W. 
The Calumet of the Coteau, and other poetical 
legends of the border. Together with a guide- 
book of the Yellowstone National Park. 1 2mo. 
pp. 275. Phila. Lippincott. 1884. Cpr. 
J883. - -- ^ 

North family of Shakers, 
family of: 

Norton, Andrews: (An eminent Biblical scholar, 
born at Hingham, Mass., Dec. 31, 1786, grad- 
uated at Harvard in 1804. He died at New- 
port, R. I., 1853.) 

Verses. 8vo. pp.35, n.p. 1853. (Poems 
dated 1809-1835.) 811-N882V 

Norton, Charles Eliot : (Born at Cambridge, 
Mass., in 1827.) 

1. The new life of Dante Alighieri. Tr. [with 
essays and notes.] by Charles Eliot Norton. 
R8vo. pp. 149. Boston. Ticknor & Fields. 
1867. Cpr. 1867. 851-D192NN 

2. The divine comedy of Dante Alighieri. Tr. 
by Charles Eliot Norton. 9th edn. i2mo. 
3 vols. pp. xxvi, 193, 216, 233. Boston. H. 
M. & Co. 1897. Cpr. 1891. 85I-DI92DN 

Nothing to do: An accompaniment to "Noth- 
ing to wear." By a lady. i6mo pp. 57. 
N. Y. Wiley & Halsted. 1857. Cpr. 1857. 
[Bound with Butler's Nothing to wear.] 

817-B987N 

Nothing to eat. Illust. Not by the author of 
"Nothing to wear. " i2mo. pp.117. N.Y. 
Dick & Fitzgerald. 1857. Cpr. i8s7. 

817-N912 



811-N857C 
See Shakers, North 



13 



98 



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Nothing to say. See Thompson, Mortimer M. 

Nothing to wear. See Butler, William A. 

Nourse, Mrs. Laura A. Sunderlin : (Born at 
Independence, N. Y., April 9, 1836, daughter 
of Dr. Anthony Barney. She married Dr. 
Wm. Nourse in 1888, and resides in Illinois. ) 
The lyrics of life; unfolding principles of im- 
mortality in the seen and unseen forces of na- 
ture, (etc.) i2mo. pp. xiii, 159. Buffalo. 
Moulton. 1892. Cpr. iSga. 811-N933L 

Nowell, Sarah A. 
Poems. i2mo. pp. 208. Boston. A. Tomp- 
kins. 1850. Cpr. iS^g. 811-N948 

Noyes, George Rapall : (Born at Newbury- 
port, Mass., March 6, 1798, graduated at Har- 
vard in 1818. He died June 3, 1868. ) 

Studies in verse. By Charles Quiet. i2mo. 
pp. 69. Phila. Lippincott. 1878. Cpr. 1S7S. 

811-N954S 

Nunez, Joseph A. 

A song of the isle of Cuba. As sung by the 

Estrangero to the tune of Hiawatha. i2mo. 

pp. 183. Phila. Lippincott. 1885. Cpr. 1884. 

811-N972S 

Oakey, Emily Sullivan : (1829-1883. Born 
at Albany, N. Y. An educator of Albany.) 

At the foot of Parnassus. i2mo. pp.216. 
Albany. D. R. Niver. 1883. Cpr. 1883. 

8ii-0iiA 

Oberholtzer, Mrs. Sara Louise (Vickers) : 
(Born at Unchlan, Pa., in 1841 and married 
John Oberholtzer in 1861.) 

1. Violet Lee and other poems. i2mo. pp.143. 
Phila. Lippincott. 1873. Cpr. 1873. 

811-O12V 

2. Come for arbutus and other wild bloom. 
i2mo. pp. 147. Phila. Lippincott. 1882. 
Cpr. 1881. 811-O12C 

3. Daisies of verse. i2mo. pp. 152. Phila. 
Lippincott. 1886. Cpr. 1886. 811-O12D 

O'Brien, Thomas Francis : 

Rhyme and reason, truly. No. 3. Champion 
songs. i6mo. pp. 58. Rochester, n. a. 

P8ir-Oi3R 
O'Connor, Ruth A. 
Wild flowers. i2mo. pp. 100. N. Y. Cath- 
olic Pub. Soc. Co. 1885. Cpr. i88j. 

811-O18W 

Odell, Jonathan : See Stansbury, Joseph : 

O'Donnell, Jessie Fremont : (Born at Low- 
ville, N. Y., Jan. 18, i860.) 

Heart lyrics. i2mo. pp. vi, iii. N. Y. 
Putnams. 1887. Cpr. 1887. 811-O26H 

O'Hara, Theodore : (Danville, Ky., 1820-1867. 
Soldier, poet and journalist.) 

The bivouac of the dead and its author. By 
George W. Ranck. i2mo. pp. 73. Cincin- 
nati. Clarke. 1898. Cpr. i8g8. 8U-O36Z 

Olive and the pine. See Lowe, Mrs. Martha 
Ann Perry : 



O'Malley, Charles J. (Bom in Union Co., 
Kentucky, 1857.) 

1. The building of the moon. i2mo. [pp.8.] 
N. imp. P811-O54B2 

2. The building of the moon and other poems. 
(Limited edn. ) i6mo. pp. 100. Mt. Vernon, 
Ind. Advocate Pub. Co. 1894. 811-O54B 

One of the Shepherds of Bethlehem. See Brown, 
Helen L. Kilburn-: 

"One who served in the campaign." 
Guadaloupe: A tale of love and war. By one 
who served in the campaign of 1846-7, in the 
late war with Mexico. i2mo. pp.156. Phila. 
J. B. Smith & Co. i860. Cpr. i860. 

811-O58G 

O'Reilly, John Boyle : (Born in Ireland, 1844.) 

1. In Bohemia. i2mo. pp. 97. Boston. Pilot 
Pub. Co. n.d. Cpr.i8S6. 811-O66I 

2. See Life of John Boyle O'Reilly, by James 
Jeffrey Roche. Together with his complete 
poems and speeches, edited by Mrs. John B. 
O'Reilly. 8vo. pp. xix, 790. N. Y. Cassell. 
n. d. Cpr. i8gi. 920A-O66R 

Orne, Caroline F. (Daughter of John G. Orne. 
Born at Cambridge, Mass., 1818. For several 
years librarian of the Cambridge Library. ) 

Sweet Auburn and Mount Auburn, with 
other poems. i2mo. pp. viii, 196. Cam- 
bridge. John Owen. 1844. Cpr. 1844. 

811-0748 

Osborn, Laughton : (Bom in New York City 
about 1806 ; died in 1878.) 

The vision of Rubeta, an epic story of the 
Island of Manhattan. With illust. done on 
Stone. {Anon.) 8vo. pp. xviii, 424. Boston. 
Weeks, Jordan & Co. 1838. Cpr. 1838. 

817-O81V 

Osgood, Frances Sargent [Locke]: (Frances 
S. Locke was born at Boston in 1811, and mar- 
ried Mr. S. S. Osgood in 1835. She died at 
Hingham, Mass. in 1850.) 

1. A wreath of wild flowers from New England. 
i2mo. pp. XV, 364. London. 1838. 8H-O82W 

2. Poetical works. 8vo. pp. 466. Phila. J. E. 
Potter & Co. n.d. 811-O82 

Ossoli, Margaret Fuller: (Bom i8io— died 
1850) 

Life without and life within; or. Reviews, 
narratives, essays and poems. Edited by her 
brother Arthur B. Fuller. 8vo. (Poems on 
PP- 357-424.) Boston. Roberts Bros. 1874. 



PP- 35; 
Ci)r. ii 



■pr. i8s<). 



§io.8-084L 



Otis, Eliza A. (Born at Wetherby, N. H. She 
resides in California.) 

Echoes from elf-land. 4to. pp. 72. [Los 
Angeles.] 1890. 811-O88E 

Owen, Moses : (Born in Bath, Me., 1838; died 
in November, 1878.) 

Plymouth Church and other poems. 8vo. 
pp. 112. Portland. W. S. Jones. 1873. 

811-O97P 

P., C. S. See Parke, Charles Shepard: 



American Poetry — Individual. 



99 



Pabodie, William Jewett: (Born at Provi- 
dence, R. I., about 1815. He wasalawyer by 
profession. He died in 1870.) 

Calidore; a legendary poem. 8vo. pp 48. 
Boston. Marsh, Capen, etc. 1839. Cpr. iSjg. 

811-PinC 

Packard, Hannah J. (Born at Duxbury, Mass. , 
1815. She died in 1831.) 

The choice: A tragedy; with other miscella- 
neous poems. i2mo. pp.142. Boston. Iv. C. 
Bowles. 1832. Cpr. 1832. Sn-PiigC 

Paden, Mamie S. 
In thoughts from the visions of the night, 
i2mo. pp. 16. Chicago. C. H. Kerr & Co. 
1886. Cpr. 18S6. P8H-P123I 

Page, Olin Winfield : (Bom near the city of 
Manchester, N. H. , and now a resident of New 
Ivondon, Conn.) 

Life pictures and other poems. 2nd edn. 
i6mo. pp. 191. N. imp. Cpr. i8g2. 

811-P133I. 

Page, Thomas Nelson : (Virginia, 1853, law- 
yer and author.) See Gordon, A. C. 

Paine, Albert Bigelow: (Born at New Bed- 
ford, Mass., 1861. His home is in Fort Scott, 
Kan.) 

1. Gabriel; a poem. Illust. by Hannah Heine. 
4to. pp.3. [Fort Scott, Kan.] M. L. Izor. 
[1889. J P811-P144G 

2. Rhymes by two friends. [A. B. Paine and 
W. A. White.] Hlust. by H. Heine and M. A. 
Waterman. i2mo. pp. viii, 228. Fort Scott, 
Kas. M. L- Izor & Son. n.d. Cpr. i8gs 

811-P146R 

Paine, Robert Treat : (1773-1811. Born Tho- 
mas Paine, name changed in 1801 by act of 
Legislature. ) 

The works in prose and verse, of the late 
Robert Treat Paine, Jun. With notes. To 
which are prefixed sketches of his life, char- 
acter and writings. 8vo. pp. Ixxxviii, 464. 
Boston. J. Belcher. 181 2. Cpr. 1812. 

810.8-P146 

Paine, Thomas: (1737-1809.) 

1. Thomas Paine to the people of England, on 
the invasion of England. To which is added, 
the preface to the French Rights of man ; the 
declaration at the Thatched House Tavern; 
and two pieces of poetry. 8vo. London. 1812. 
(Bound m Vol. 3 of his works.) 320.81-P147P 

2. Miscellaneous poems. 8vo. London. 1819. 
(Bound in Vol. 4 of his works.) 320.81-P147E 

3. Songs and rhymes. See The writings of Tho- 
mas Pai^e collected and edited by Moncure 
Daniel Conway; Vol. 4, pp. 477-498. 

320.81-P147 

Palfrey, Sara Hammond: (Born at Boston, 
Mass., 1823. She is the daughter of John G. 
Palfrey the well known author. ) 

1. The blossoming rod and other poems. 8vo. 
pp. 174. Boston. Cupples, Upham & Co. 
i885. Cpr. 1S86. 811-P159B 

2. Old times and new. i2mo. pp.49. Boston. 
W. B. Clarke Co. n. d. Cpr. i8gp. 

P811-P159O 



Palmer, A. G. 
Psalms of faith and Songs of life. i2mo. pp. 
312. Hartford. Case, Lockwood & Brainard 
Co. 1884. Cpr. 18S4. 8ir-Pi73 

Palmer, J. C. 
Thulia: A tale of the Antarctic. (Includes 
"The bridal rose. " pp. 49-72.) 8vo. pp.72. 
N.Y. Samuel Colman. 1843. (Preface dated 
Sept. 1842.) 811-P174T 

Palmer, Ray : (Born at Little Compton, R. I., 
1808.) 

1. Home, or The unlost Paradise. i2mo. pp. 
131. N.Y. n.d. Cpr. 1S72. 811-P175H 

2. Poetical works. Complete edn. 8vo. pp. 
372. N. Y. A. S. Barnes. 1876. Cpr. iSjs- 

811-P175 

Park, Roswell : (Born at Lebanon, Conn., 
1807, graduated at West Point, and at Union 
College in 1831. He died July 16, 1869.) 

1. Selections of juvenile and miscellaneous 
poems. Written or tr. by Roswell Park. i2mo. 
pp. 153. Desilver, Thomas & Co. 1836. 
Cpr. 1836. 811-P236S 

2. Jerusalem ; and other poems, juvenile and 
miscellaneous. Including "Life and death," 
"Here and hereafter," and "The mission of 
the Gospel." With a brief memoir of Mrs. 
Mary Brewster Park. i2mo. pp. 310, xv. 
N. Y. T. N. Stanford, 1857. Cpr. 1857. 

811-P236J 
Park, William G. 
Between the lights. i6mo. pp.98. Biiffalo. 
Moulton. 1895. Cpr. i8gs- 811-P2365B 

Parke, Charles Shepard: (Bom in Buffalo, 
N. Y., 1861.) 

Ventures in verse. By C. S. P. i6mo. pp. 
[56.] Buffalo. Author, n. d. Cpr. i8<)2. 

811-P237V 

Parker, Benjamin S. (Bom on the tenth of 
February 1833, in Hudson county, Ind. ) 

1. The cabin in the clearing and other poems. 
8vo. pp. 310. Chicago. C. H. Kerr & Co. 
1887. Cpr. 1887. 811-P238C 

2. Hoosierbardswith sundry wildwood and other 
rhymes. i2mo. pp. no. Chicago. C. H. 
Kerr & Co. 1891. 811-P238H 

Parker, Edward H. 

"Life's race well run," with a sketch of its 
history. Illust. by Prof. Henry Van Ingen. 
8vo. pp. 31. Poughkeepsie. H. S. Wiltsie. 
1884. Cpr. 188^. 811-P239L 

Parsons, Thomas William : (Bom at Boston, 
1819, died Sept. 3, 1892.) 

1. The magnolia, (ist edn.) 4to. pp. 58. 
Cambridge. John Wilson & Son. 1866. 

811-P271M 

2. The ante-purgatorio of Dante Alighieri. 8vo. 
pp. 45. Cambridge. John Wilson & Son. 
1875. P8si-Di92An 

3. Poems, i2mo. pp. viii, 250. Boston. H. 
M. & Co. 1893. Cpr. i8g3. 811-P271 

Passion flowers. See Howe, Julia Ward: 



American Poetry — Individual. 



Pastnor, Paul : {Pseud.) See Buckham, 
James: 

Patten, George Washington: (BornatNew- 
port, R. I., in 1808. He served in the Florida 
and Mexican wars. ) 

Voices of the border; comprising songs of 
the field, songs of the bower, Indian melodies, 
and promiscuous poems. lamo. pp. 361. 
N. Y. Hurd& Houghton. 1867. Cpr. 1867. 

811-P316V 

Patterson, J. 
The Medea of Euripides. Tr. from the Greek 
into English verse, by J. Patterson. i2mo, 
pp. 82. Louisville. J. P. Morton, n. d. Cpr. 

882-E89M 



Paulding, James Kirke : (Born in Dutchess 
Co., N. Y., 1779; died i860.) 

1. The backwoodsman. A poem. lamo. pp. 
198. Phila. M. Thomas. 1818. Cpr. 1818. 

811-P325B 

2. See Specimens of the American poets; with 
critical notices, pp. 71-156. The Backwoods- 
man, etc. i2mo. London. 1822. 

811.08-S741 

Paxton, William M. (Bom at Washington, 
Ky., 1819. Hewasalawyerof Platte Co., Mo. ) 

1. Poems. i2mo. pp.454. Kansas City, Ram- 
sey, Millet & Hudson. 1887. Cpr. 1887. 

811-P342 

2. The vision of Narva: A legend of Parkville. 
i2mo. pp. 31. Buffalo. Moulton. 1891. 
Cpr. i8gi. P811-P342V 

Payne, John Howard: (1791-1852.) 
See The life and writings of John Howard 
Payne, the author of Home, sweet home; The 
tragedy of Brutus; and other dramatic works. 
By Gabriel Harrison. 4to. pp. 410. Albany. 
Joel Munsell. 1875. 920A-P346H 

Peabody, Josephine Preston : (Bom in New 
York. Resident of Cambridge, Mass.) 

The wayfarers. i2mo. pp. 83. Boston. 
Copeland & Day. 1898. Cpr. i8g8. 

811-P352W 

Peacock, Thomas Brower: (Born at Cam- 
bridge, O., April 16, 1852.) 

1 . Poems of the plains and songs of the solitudes ; 
together with ' 'The rhyme of the border war. ' ' 
New edn. i2mo. pp. xxiv, 329. N.Y. Put- 
nams. 1888. Cpr. 1888. 811-P356P 

2. Same. 3rd edn. 1889. pp. 336. 811-P356P3 

3. Columbian ode. Read at Public Press Con- 
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i2mo. pp. 8. N. imp. Cpr. 18^3. 

P811-P356C 
Pearson, Frederick W. 

In idyl of Bar Harbor. (The elite library.) 
i2mo. pp. 43. N.Y. Welles Pub. Co. n. d. 
Cpr. 18S8. P811-P361I 

Peasant Bard. (Pseud.') 5^^ Canning, Josiah 
Dean: 

Peck, Samuel Minturn : (Born in Tuscaloosa, 

Ala., 1854.) 
I. Cap and bells. i6mo. pp. vi, 164. N. Y. 

White, Stokes & Allen. 1886. Cpr. 1886. 

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2. Rhjnnes and roses. i6mo. pp. vi, 186. N.Y. 
F. G. Stokes & Co. n. d. Cpr. iSgs- 

811-P366R 

Peckham, Lucy Creemer : (Born in 1842, in 
Milford, Conn., daughter of Joshua R. Gore.) 

Seamoss: Poems. i6mo. pp.89. Buffalo. 
Moulton. 1891. Cpr. i8go. 811-P368S 

Peckham, Mary Chace : (Born on the Island 
of Nantucket in 1839, daughter of Charles M. 
Peck. In 1865 she was married to S. F. 
Peckham. ) 

"Windfalls gathered only for friends" and 
other poems. Memorial edn. i6mo. pp.176. 
Buffalo. Moulton. 1894. Cpr. 18^4. 

811-P369W 

Pelton, John Cotter : (Born in Maine in 1826.) 

1. Life's sunbeams and shadows: Poems and 
prose. With an appendix including biograph- 
ical and historical notes in prose. Introduc- 
tion by F. M. Pixley. Vol. i. 8vo. pp. 260. 
San Francisco. The Bancroft Co. 1893. Cpr. 
1893. 811-P393L 

2. Sunbeams and shadows, and various other 
poems. i2mo. pp. 20. San Diego. 1892. 

P811-P393S 

Penewell, Mrs. Mary : (Bom in EUicottville, 
N. Y., 1848, married John Penewell in 1869 
and moved to Dakota, Iowa. ) 

Mrs. Penewell's poems. No. r. 32mo. pp. 
20. Humboldt, la. n. d. P811-P398 

Penney, William Edward : 
Ballads of Yankee land. i2mo. pp. 301. 
N. Y. Crowell & Co. n. d. Cpr. 1897. 

811-P416B 

Percival, Chester Smith : (Bom at Vernon, 
Oneida Co., N. Y., 1822. Clergyman, educa- 
tor and poet.) 

The border land : A poem delivered before 
the Alumni Assoc, of Hamilton College, June 
27, 1883. i2mo. pp. 23. Cleveland. W. W. 
Williams. 1884. P811-P429B 

Percival, James Gates: (1795-1856.) 
The dream of a day, and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. 264. New Haven. S. Babcock, 1843. 
Cpr. J843. 811-P429D 

Percy, Florence : {Pseud.) See Allen, Mrs. 
Elizabeth : 

Perry, Charlotte Augusta: (Born in Wis., in 

1848. A popular verse writer of Milwaukee.) 

Carlotta Perry's poems. i2mo. pp. 240. 

Chicago. Belford, Clarke & Co. 1888. Cpr. 

1888. 811-P462C 

Perry, George : (Born at Richmond, Mass., in 
1828. He died in N. Y. City in 1888.) 

A sheaf of poems. i2mo. pp. xvi, 149. 
N. Y. Putnams. 1894. Cpr. 18^4. 

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Perry, George B, 

By man came death : A reverie. i2mo. pp. 

37. Boston. Geo. F. Crook. 1886. Cpr. 

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Perry, Lilla Cabot : 

I. From the garden of Hellas. Translations into 
verse from the Greek anthology. i2mo. _pp. 
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Cpr. iSgS. 811-P4631I 

Perry, Nora : (Born in Massachusetts in 1841.) 
New songs and ballads. i2mo. pp.vi, 196. 
Boston. Ticknor & Co. 1887. Cpr. 1886. 

811-P464N 

Peters, Petresia : See Aldrich, Julia C. 

Peterson, Arthur : (Born in Penn., in 1851.) 

1. Songs of New-Sweden and other poems, 
lamo. pp. 134. Phila, E. S. Hart & Co. 
1887. Cpr. 1887. 811-P483S 

2. Penrhyn's pilgrimage. i2mo. pp. 85. N.Y. 
Putnams. 1894. Cpr. 18^4. 811-P483P 

Peterson, Frederick, (Born in Minn., in 

1859-) 

Poems and Swedish translations. i2mo. 
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Cpr. 1883. 811-P485 

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1. Poems. i2mo. pp. 203. Phila. Lippincott. 
1863. Cpr. 1863. 811-P486 

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1883. Cpr. 1882. 811-P486A 

Pfrimmer, William W. (Born at Metropolis 
aty, 111., iri 1856.) 

Driftwood. i2mo. pp. 87. Buffalo. Moul- 
ton. 1890. Cpr. i88c). 811-P531D 

Phelps, Charles Edward Davis : (Born at 
Homer, N. Y. Novelist and poet of New 
Brunswick, N. J.) 

Echoes from the mountain. i2mo. pp. 87. 
N Y. Putnams. 1896. Cpr. 1806. 

811-P538E 

Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart : See Ward, Eliza- 
beth S. Phelps: 

Phelps, Sylvanus Dryden : (Born in Conn, in 
1816, died in 1895. A Baptist clergyman.) 

Songs for all seasons: A scriptural and po- 
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days. i2mo. pp. xiii, 405. N. Y. Silver, 
Burdett & Co. 1891. Cpr. i8gi. 811-P541S 

Phenix, Finn. {Pseud.) 
Ben and Lebi : Bring on dem oxen. i6mo. 
[pp. 18.] [Chicago.] [1889.] (Souvenir of 
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Phifer, Charles Lincoln : (Born in Fayette 

Co., 111. in i860.) 
I Love and law. A series of sonnets. 8vo. pp. 

13. California, Mo. 1889. P811-P543L 

2. Two volumes of verse, i, Wild flowers. 2, 
Voices. 8vo. pp. 24. California, Mo. i88g. 

P811-P543T 



Phifer, Charles Lincoln: (Cont.) 

3. Weather wisdom. 8vo. pp.15. California, 
Mo. 1889. P811-P543W 

4. Annals of the earth. 8vo. pp.283. Chicago. 
Am. Publishers' Co. 1890. Cpr. i88c). 

811-P543A 

Phillips, Henry: Jr. (Born in Pa. in 1838; 
died in 1895. A lawyer of Phila.) 

1. Poems from the Spanish of Era Luis Ponce 
de Leon. Tr. by Henry Phillips, Jr. i2mo. 
pp. 23. Phila. Author. 1883. 861-P792 

2. Selections from the poems of Alexander Petofi. 
Tr. by Henry Phillips, Jr. i6mo. pp. 31. 
Phila. Author. 1885. 894-P492 

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Author. 1885. 



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English translation.) fo. [pp. 14.] Phila. 
Author. 1887. 851-G291P 

5. Poems from the German of Hermann RoUett. 
Tr. by Henry Phillips, Jr. i6mo. pp. 30. 
Phila. Author. 1887. 831-R752 

Phipps, William H. 
Village souvenir, and other poems. i6mo. 
pp. 128. Pittsburgh. O. C. McClurg. 1891. 
Cpr. i8()i. 811-P573V 

Piatt, Donn : (Bom in Ohio in 1819; died in 
1 89 1 . A lawyer and j oumalist of Washington . ) 
Poems and plays. i2mo. pp. 360. Cincin- 
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Piatt, John James: (Born in Ind., in 1835. 
In 1882 he was U. S. consul at Cork, Ireland.) 

1. The nests at Washington and other poems. 
By John James Piatt, Sarah M. Bryan Piatt. 
i2mo. pp.150. N.Y. Walter Low. 1864. 
Cpr. J 863. 8II-P583N 

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Cpr. 1867. 811-P583W 

3. Landmarks— The lost farm, and other poems. 
i2mo. pp. 1 1 5. Boston. J. R. Osgood & Co. 
1877. (Jpr. 1871. 811-P583L 

Piatt, Sarah M. B. See Piatt, John James: 
No. I. 

Pierce, Emmons Sylvester : (Born at Collins, 
N. Y. in 1831 . For many years a hotel keeper 
at Springville, N. Y. Died Nov. 1901.) 

Poems of the turf and other ballads. By 
Em. Pierce. 8vo. pp. 135. . Buffalo. Wen- 
bome-Sumner Co. 1890. Cpr. iSgo. 

811-P615 

Pierce, Henry Hubbard: 
The odes of Horace. Complete in English 
rhyme and blank verse. By Henr}' H. Pierce. 
i2mo. pp. xvi, 246. Phila. Lippincott. 1884. 
Cpr. 1883. 874-H811OP 

Pierce, William Leigh : 
The year: A poem, in three cantos. i6mo. 
pp. 191, 75. N.Y. David Longworth. 1813. 
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Pierpont, John : (1785-1866. A Unitarian 
clergyman of Boston.) 

1. Airs of Palestine. A poem. 8vo. pp. xxvi, 56. 
Baltimore. Author. 1816. Cpr. 1816. 

245-P621 

2. See Specimens of the American poets; with 
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25-55. i2mo. London. 1822. 811.08-S741 

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occasion of the Centennial Celebration, 1851. 
See Litchfield County Centennial celebration, 
pp. 73-99. Hartford. 185 1. Cpr. i8ji. 

974.61-L776 

Pillsbury, Mrs. L. B. 

The legend of the old mill and other poems. 

i6mo. pp. 139. Somerville. E. D. Pillsbury. 

1888. 811-P642L 

Pleasures of religion: A poem. i6mo. pp. 
72. N. Y. Wiley & Halsted. 1820. Cpr. 
JS20. 811-P724 

Plimpton, Florus Beardsley : (Born at Pal- 
myra, Ohio, in 1830. Journalist and editor.) 
Poems. 8vo. pp. xxxi, 155. Cincinnati. 
Mrs. F. B. Plimpton. 1886. Cpr. 1886. 

811-P728 

Plumer, William : (Born in Epping, N. H., in 
1789; died in 1854. Son of Gov. Plumer.) 

Youth, or Scenes from the past; and other 
poems. i2mo. pp. 144. Boston. Little & 
Brown. 1841. Cpr. 1841. 811-P734Y 

Poe, Edgar Allen: (1809-1849.) 

1. See The works of Edgar Allen Poe. (In 4 
vols. Poetry in Vol. 2.) 8vo. N. Y. W. J. 
Widdleton. 1870. Cpr. 1849. 810.8-P743 

2. See The works of Edgar Allen Poe. (In 8 
vols. Poetry in Vol. 5.) 8vo. London. J. 
Shields & Co. 1895. 810.8-P743A 

Poems on several occasions, written in Pennsyl- 
vania. See Smith, William Moore: 

Poole, Mrs. Fanny Huntington Runnells : 
(Born at Oxford, N. H., about 1866. Daughter 
of the Rev. M. T. Runnells.) 

Abankofviolets: Verses. i2mo. pp. vii, 76. 
N. Y. Putnams. 1895. Cpr. iSgj. 

811-P822B 
Pope, J. William : 

1. Songs and satires. 8vo. pp. 40. Pittsburgh. 
A. A. Anderson & Co. 1876. Cpr. 187^. 

P811-P825S 

2. An essay on man. By an Honest Muse. 
i2mo. pp. II. [Pittsburgh.] Fisher & Stew- 
art. 1887. Cpr. 1887. P811-P825E 

Pot-Pourri. 5^i? Reid, Abel : 

Powers, Horatio Nelson: (Born in N. Y., in 
1826 ; died in 1890. An episcopal clergyman.) 
Ten years of song : Poems. i6mo. pp. 159. 
Boston. D. Lothrop Co. n. d. Cpr. 1887. 

811-P888X 

Pray, Isaac Clarke : (Bom in Mass., in 1813; 
died in 1869. A journalist and theatrical man- 
ager of N. Y. City.) 

Prose and verse, from the portfolio of an 
editor, i2mo. pp. 186. Boston. Russell, 
Shattuck&Co. 1836. Cpr. 1836. 810.8-P921 



Pray, Lewis Glover : (Born in Mass., in 1793; 
died in 1882. A Boston philanthropist.) 

Autumn leaves; or. Ode, elegies, narratives, 
hymns, and other pieces in verse from the 
writer's later manuscripts. i2mo. pp. ix, 258. 
Boston. John Wilson & Son. 1873. 

8ii-P92iAu 

Prentice, George Dennison: (Bom in Conn., 
in 1802; died in 1870. A journalist of Ken- 
tucky.) 

The poems of George D. Prentice. Ed. with 
a biographical sketch by John James Piatt. 
5th edn. 8vo. pp. 240. Cincinnati. Clarke. 
1880. Cpr. 187s. 811-P927 

Prentiss, Mrs. Caroline Edwards : (A native 
of Brooklyn, N. Y.) 

1. Fleeting thoughts. i2mo. pp. ix, 128. N.Y. 
Putnams. 1893. Cpr. i8qs- 811-P928F 

2. Sunshine and shadow. i2mo. pp. xi, 175. 
N. Y. Putnams. 1896. Cpr. i8g6. 

811-P928S 

Preston, Margaret [Junkin]: (BominPhila., 
in 1825; died in Baltimore in 1897, daughter 
of the Rev. Dr. Junkin.) 

For love's sake : Poems of faith and com- 
fort. i2mo. pp. 143. N. Y. Randolph & 
Co. n. d. Cpr. 1886. 811-P939F 

Prine, Mrs. P. J. 
Poems. i2mo. pp. 100. Oskaloosa, la. Globe 
Print. Co. 1885. 811-P957 

Proctor, Edna Dean : (Bornin N. H., in 1838.) 

1. Poems. i6mo. pp. iv, 140. N.Y. Hurd & 
Houghton. i865. Cpr. 1866. 811-P964 

2. The mountain maid and other poems of New 
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& Co. 1901. Cpr. jgoo. 811-P964M 

Proudfit, David Law : (Born in Newburgh, 
N. Y., in 1842; died in N.Y., in 1897. A Fed- 
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Mask and domino. i2mo. pp.154. Phila. 
Porter & Coates. n. d. Cpr. 1888. 

811-P968M 

Purdy, Truman H. 
Legends of the Susquehanna, and other poem^. 
i2mo. pp. 195. Phila. Lippincott. 1888. 
Cpr. 1887. 811-P985L 

Putnam, Effie Douglass : 
Margaret and the singer's story. 2nd edn. 
i6mo. pp. 103. Boston. Cupples & Hurd. 
1888. Cpr. 1888. 811-P989M 

Putnam, Irene : 
Songs without answer. i6mo. pp. vii, 93. 
N.Y. Putnams. n.d. Cpr. i8g6. 811-P991S 



Quiet, Charles : 
Rapall : 



{Pseud.) See Noyes, Geo. 

Quince, Peter : {Pseud. ) See Story, Isaac : 

Quinn, Minnie: 

I. Under the roses. i6mOi pp. 46. N. imp. 
(Preface dated Atlanta, Ga., 1881.) P811-Q7U 



2. May blossoms. i6mo. 
Dodson's Print. 1885. 



pp. 128. Atlanta. 
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R., G. E. See Rice, George Edward: 
R,, W. C. 

Echoes from the Blarney stone and other 
rhymes. i2mo. pp. 115. Chicago. C. H. 
Kerr & Co. 1889. Cpr. 1888. 811-R112E 

Radford, Benjamin Johnson : (Born in 111. in 
1838. Minister and teacher. ) 

The court of destiny, and other poems, 
lamo. pp. 180. St. Louis. Christian Pub. 
Co. 1883. Cpr. 1883. 811-R128C 

Rafinesque, Constantine Samuel: (Born in 
Turkey in 1784; died in 1842. Naturalist and 
botanist. ) 

The world, or Instability. A poem. In 
twenty parts, with notes and illustrations. 
{Anon.) 8vo. pp. 248. Phila. J. Dobson. 
1836. Cpr. 183s- 811-R138W 

Rand, Edward Sprague: (Born in Mass., in 
1834; died in 1897. Horticulturist.) 

Life memories; and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. 176. Boston. Jas. Munroe & Co. 1859. 
Cpr. 1858. 8H-R186L 

Rand, John Prentice : See Rand, Nehemiah 
Wheeler: 

Rand, Nehemiah Wheeler : (A native of New 

Hampshire. A physician of Monson, Mass.) 
Random rimes : Medical and miscellaneous. 

By N. W. and J. P. Rand. i2mo. pp. xv, 213. 

Boston. Otis Clapp& Son. 1897. Cpr. i8gT. 

8H-R187R 
Randall, John Witt: 

Poems of nature and life. Edited by E. E. 

Abbott. 8vo. pp. 566. Boston. Geo. H. 

Ellis. 1899. Cpr. i8g(p. 8n-Ri88P 

Randolph, Anson Davies Fitz : (Born in N. J. 
in 1820; died in 1896. Publisher and verse 
writer of N. Y. City. ) 

Hopefully waiting, and other verses. i6mo. 
pp. loi. N.Y. Scribner & Co. 1867. Cpr. 
1S66. 811-R192H 

Randolph, Innes : (A Southern writer.) 
Poems. Compiled by his son from the origi- 
nal manuscript. i2mo. pp. 76. Baltimore. 
Williams & Wilkins. n. a. Cpr. i8g8. 

811-R193 

Rankin, Jeremiah Eames : (Born in Thorn- 
ton, N. H., in 1828. A Presbyterian clergman.) 

1. Broken cadences: An ode in three parts. 
Part first, The cadences of nature. 8vo. pp. 
22. Boston. Our Day Pub. Co. 1889. 

P811-R211B 

2. God be with you till we meet again : A ben- 
ediction hymn. Illust. i2mo. [pp.32.] N. 
imp. P769.81-R211G 

3. Ingleside rhaims: Verses in the dialect of 
Bums. lamo. pp. 184. N. Y. J. B. Alden. 
1887. Cpr. 1887. 811-R211I 

Rave, Herman Charles Frederick: (A native 
of Germany who came to America at the age 
of sixteen. Resides at Jeifersonville, Ind.) 

Songs and ballads. 24mo. pp. 121. In- 
dianapolis. Bowen-Merrill Co. 1893. 

8II-R252S 



Ray, Fabius Maximus: (Born at Windham, 
Me., in 1837. Lawyer and poet.) 

The Christmas tree, and otherpoems. i6mo. 
pp. 48. Portland. Dresser, McLellan & Co. 
1874. Cpr. 1S73. 811-R263C 

Raymond, George Lansing: (Born in 111., in 
1839. Professor of oratory at Princeton Col- 
lege from 1881.) 

1. A life in song. i6mo. pp. 333. N. Y. Put- 
nams. 1886. Cpr. 1886. 811-R269L 

2. Ballads of the revolution and other poems. 
i6mo. pp. 194. N. Y. Putnams. 1887. Cpr. 

1886. 811-R269B 

3. Sketches in song. i6mo. pp. iv, 156. N.Y. 
Putnams. 1887. Cpr. 1887. 8H-R269S 

Read, Jane Maria : ( Born in Barnstable, Mass. , 
1853.) 

Between the centuries and other poems. 
i2mo. pp. 206. Boston. H. A. Young & Co. 

1887. Cpr. 1887. 811-R283B 

Read, Thomas Buchanan: (1822-1872. Ar- 
tist and poet.) 

1. The house by the sea. A poem. i2mo. pp. 
152. Phila. Parry & McMillan. 1855. Cpr. 
iSss- 811-R2831H 

2. Sylvia; or, The last shepherd. An eclogue. 
And other poems. i2mo. pp. 158. I'hila. 
Parry & McMillan. 1857. Cpr. 1837- 

811-R284S 

3. Poetical works. New revised edn. 8vo. pp. 
XX, 346. Phila. Lippincott. 1883. Cpr. 
1866, 1882. 811-R284 

Read, Rev. William : (Born at Barrington, 
R. I., in 1825.) 

The re-strung harp. i2mo. pp. 97. Bos- 
ton. Lakeview Press. 1889. Cpr. i88g. 

811-R285R 
Rederus, Rev. Spiko : 
Vibrations of my soul, a few verses. i6mo. 
pp. 170. Brattleboro, Vt. n. d. Cpr. 1887. 

811-R314V 
Reed, Joseph Samuel :. (Born at Sullivan, Ind. 
in 1852.) 

Winnowed grasses. i2mo. pp. vi, 151. In- 
dianapolis. Brown-Merrill Co. n. d, Cpr. 
i8g2. 811-R324W 

Reed, Peter Fishe: (Born at Boston in 1819. 
A resident of Ohio and later of Indiana where 
he died at a ripe age. ) 

The voices of the wind and other poems. 
i2mo. pp.199. Chicago, Meyers & Chand- 
ler. 1868. Cpr. 1868. 8ii-R32,5V 

Reese, Lizette Woodwrorth: (Born in Md., 
in 1856. Educator-author.) 

A branch of May: Poems. 8vo. pp. 42. 
Baltimore. Cushings & Bailey. 1887. Cpr. 
1887. 811-R329B 

Reid, Abel: 

1. Pot-pourri. {Anon.) 8vo. pp. 24. [N.Y.] 
n. d. Cpr. 1873. P811-R353P 

2. Adventures of Ulysses, (so much as may in- 
terest the present time,) exposed in modest 
Hudibrastic measure. To which is appended 
an allegory of King Augeas. i2mo. pp. 24. 
Washington. 1876. Cpr. 1876. P811-R3S3A 



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Re Qua, Mrs. Harriet Warner: 

1 . Stones for the temple ; or Gaining the summit. 
Poems. i6mo. pp. 217. Rochester. Author. 
1885. Cpr. jSSj. 8II-R427S 

2. Ziona: The bride of the king, and miscella- 
neous poems. lamo. pp. 226. Chicago. 
Revell. n. d. Cpr. i88g. 811-R427Z 

Rexdale, Robert : (Born in Canada in 1859. 
Poet, novelist and newspaper man. Resides 
in Peoria, 111.) 

Drifting: Songs and sketches. i2mo. pp. 
136. Portland. W. H. Stevens & Co. n. d. 
Cpr. 1 88b. 811-R455D 

Rexford, Eben Eugene: (Bornatjohnsburgh, 
N. y., in 1848. Editor and author.) 

Brother and lover: A woman's story. i2mo. 
pp. 85. N.Y. J. B. Alden. 1887. Cpr. 1886. 

8it-R455B 
Rhodes, Miriam J. 
The centennial songster. i2mo. pp. 31. 
Hindsburgh, N. Y. 1876. P811-R477C 

Rhymes of a barrister. See Bigelow, Melville 
Madison: 

Rice, Alonzo Leora: (Born in Ind., in 1867. 
A teacher by profession. ) 

Prize poems. i2mo. pp. 32. Indianapolis. 
Carlon & HoUenbeck. 1892. P811-R495P 

Rice, Carrie Shaw: 

In childland straying. 3rd edn. 8vo. pp. 70. 

Tacoma. Vaughn & Morrill. 1895. Cpr. 
i8<)s- 811-R494I 

Rice, George Edvrard : (Born in Boston in 
1822; died in 1861. A verse writer of Boston.) 

1. Ephemera. [By George Edward Rice and 
John Howard Wainwright.] i2mo. pp. 112. 
Boston. Ticknor, Reed & Fields. 1852. (Pre- 
face dated 1852.) 811-R495E 

2. Nugamenta ; a book of verses, izmo. pp. 
146. Boston. J. E. Tilton & Co. i860. Cpr. 
i860. 811-R495N 

Rice, Harvey: (Born at Conway, Mass., in 
1800; died in 1 89 1. A prominent lawyer of 
Cleveland, O.) 

1. Mount Vernon and other poems. 2nd edn. 
i2mo. pp. 184. Boston. J. P. Jewett & Co. 
1859. Cpr. i8s8. 811-R496M 

2. Select poems. Ulust. edn. i2mo. pp. 204. 
Boston. Lee & Shepard. 1890. Cpr. i88g. 

811-R496S 
Rice, Martin ; 
Rural rhymes, and talks and tales of olden 
times, (etc.) 3rd edn. 8vo. pp. 519. Kan- 
sas city. Hudson Kimberly Pub. Co. 1893. 
Cpr. iSgs- 8H-R4965R 

Rice, Roswell : 

Rice's orations and poems. 4to. pp. 999. 
Springfield, Mass. Springfield Print. Co. 
1883. Cpr. 1883. 811-R497R 

Rich, Mrs. Caroline Webster D. (A native 

of Byron, Me.) 
I. Poem written for the centennial celebration 

of the town of Turner, Maine. 8vo. pp. 14. 

Portland, Me. B. Thurston & Co. 1886. 

P811-R498P 



Rich, Mrs. Caroline Webster D. (Cont.) 

2. Happenings. lUust. by M. Lyle Durgin. 4to. 
Auburn, Me. Lakeside press. 1888. Cpr. 
1888. 769.81-R498H 

3. Golden-rod and some other verses. i6mo. 
pp. 12. Buffalo. Peter Paul Book Co. 1895. 
Cpr. i8gs- P811-R498G 

Rich, Helen Hinsdale: (Bom in N. Y., in 
1827. A verse writer of Chicago.) 

1 . A dream of the Adirondacks and other poems. 
8vo. pp. xi, 171. N.Y. Putnams. 1884. 
Cpr. 1884. 8II-R498D 

2. Murillo's slave and other poems. 8vo. pp. 
192. Chicago. Rand, McNally & Co. n. d. 
Cpr. i8<p7. 811-R498M 

Rich, Isaac B. 
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other poems. i2mo. pp. 194. Boston. Lee 
& Shepard. 1866. Cpr. 1 86s . 811-R499G. 

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A metrical rendering of the second psalm. 

i2mo. pp.7. Auburn, Me. Lakeside press. 

1888. Cpr. 1888. P223.S-R499 

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American monodies. i2mo. pp.126. Frank- 
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Richards, William Carey : (Born in England 
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The apostle of Burma: A missionary epic 
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Richardson, Charles Francis: (BorninMe., 
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The cross. i6mo. pp. 39. Phila. Lippin- 
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Richardson, Sherman D. (Soldier, poet, ora- 
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Richardson's original recitations. 8vo. pp. 
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Richardson, Will S. 

To a skeleton, and other happy thoughts. 

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Riche, Mrs. Marion Patterson : 
Easter melodies. 24mo. [pp. n.] Richfield 
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A harp of the West. i6mo. pp.72. Buffalo. 
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Richmond, Elizabeth Yates : 
Poems of the Western land. i2mo. pp. 192. 
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Richmond, Hiram Hoyt: (Bom in Madison 
Co., N. Y., in 1843. Served in the Civil war. 
A journalist of California.) 

Montezuma. An epic on the origin and fate 
of the Aztec nation, izmo. pp. x, 182. San 
Francisco. Golden Era Co. 1885. Cpr. 1883. 

811-R533M 

Riley, James : (Born in Ireland in 1848. A 
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Poems. 3rd edn. lamo. pp. 119. Boston. 
T. B. Noonan & Co. 1888. Cpr. 1886. 

811-R572 

Riley, James Whitcomb : (Bom in Ind., in 

1853.) 

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810.8-R573 

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Ripley, Mary A. (Born at Windham, Ct., 1831 ; 
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Poems. 24mo. pp. 151. Rochester, N.Y. 
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Songs and ballads. i2mo. pp. 128. N.Y. 
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1888. 811-R665S 

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Rose, R. H. 

Sketches in verse. 8vo. pp. 184. Phila C 
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Rose, Victor M. (An editor aud lawyer of 
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Celeste Valcoeur: A legend of Dixie. 8vo. 
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Rowson, Mrs. Susanna [Haswell] : (Born in 
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920W-R885N 

Rude, Mrs. Ellen [Sergeant]: (Bom in N.Y. 
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1891. Cpr. iSgi. ' 811-R915M 

Runcie, Mrs. Constance Faunt Le Roy : 
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Mo.) 

Poems: Dramatic and lyric. i2mo. pp. 
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Blossoms of thought. i6mo. pp. 87. Boston. 
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Russell, Edson B. 
Sheltered waifs. i6mo. pp. 37. Minneapolis. 
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Ryan, Abram Joseph : (Born in Norfolk, Va. 
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Poems: Patriotic, religious, miscellaneous, 
loth edn. i2mo. pp. xiv, 348. Baltimore. 
1884. Cpr. 1880. Bait. Pub. Co. 811-R988 

Sade, Henry: 

The star of India. i2mo. pp. 108. San Fran- 
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Shadows and ideals. Poems. 8vo. pp. 
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i8()o. 811-S179S 

Samuel, William H. 
Poems. i2mo. pp. viii, 100. Phila. W. F. 
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Sanburn, M. P. 

Thoughts in verse. i2mo. pp. 103. Kansas 
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Cpr. 1881. 811-S198T 

Sands, George W. 
Mazelli, and other poems. i2mo. pp. 156. 
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Writings in prose and verse. 2 vols. 2nd 
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1833- 810.8-S221 

Sandys, George : See English individual po- 
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Sangster, Margaret Elizabeth Munson: (Born 
in New Rochelle, N. Y., in 1838. Editor and 
poet.) 

1. Poems of the household. 2nd edn. i2mo. 
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Cpr. 1882. 811-S226P 

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Santayana, George : (Bom at Madrid, Spain, 
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Sonnets and other verses. i2mo. pp. 90. 
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1. The last knight, a romance-garland. From 
the German of Anastasius Griin (Anton Alex- 
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Hubert and Ellen with other poems. R8vo. 
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Cpr. 181 2. 811-S246H 

Savage, John : (Bom in Ireland in 1828; died 
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Savage, Minot Judson : (Born in Me., in 1841. 
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Poems. i5mo. pp. 247. Boston. G. H. 
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Savage, Philip Henry: (Bom in Mass., in 
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Poems. i2mo. pp. ix, 49. Boston. Cope- 
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After many years. i2mo. pp. 245. Chi- 
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Sawyer, Frank E. 
Notes and half-notes. i2mo. pp. vii, 109. 
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1. Poems. 55th edn. 24mo. pp. v, 308. Bos- 
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Trusting. 32mo. pp. 94. Worcester. Augus- 
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Schoiield, Frank Grain : 
Echoes from college walls. i6mo. pp. 217. 
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Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe : (Born in N. Y., in 
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Helderbergia: Or The apotheosis of the he- 
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Joel Munsell. 1855. P811-S372H 

Scollard, Clinton : (Bom at Clinton, N. Y., in 
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1. Pictures in song. i2mo. pp. ix, 137. N.Y. 
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Scott, Mrs. Julia H. Kinney: (Bom in Pa., 
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Poems : Together with a brief memoir, by 
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Scott, Laurence W. 

The mooted question, and other rhymes. i2mo. 
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811-S427M 
Sea, Mrs. Sophie Fox : 

(Requiem Bells.) A memorial poem read at 
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May 25, 1889. 4to. pp. 19. ISf. imp. 

P811-S438M 

Sears, Edmund Hamilton: (Born at Sandis- 
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That glorious song of old. lUust. by Alfred 
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Sebastian: A dramatic poem. 5^^ Rose, Geo. B. 

Selyns, Henricus : (Bom in Amsterdam in 
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ini7oi.) 5^^ Murphy, Henry C. Anthology 
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Sewall, Alice Archer : (Born at Glendale, O. 
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An ode to girlhood and other poems. With 
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73. N.Y. Harper & Bros. 1899. Cpr. i8gg. 

811-S512O 

Sewall, Jonathan Mitchell: (Born in Mass., 
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N. H.) 

Miscellaneous poems, with several specimens 
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Shapleigh, Mary Yale : 

On winds of fancy blown. Original verse and 
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Sharp, Mrs. Katherine Dooris : (Wife of Dr. 
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Eleanor's courtship and The songs that sang 
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1888. Cpr. 1S88. 811-S531E 

Shaw, Ralph H. 
In many moods, or Miscellaneous poems. 
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1889. Cpr. i88g. P811-S535I 

Shea, John Augustus : (Bom in Ireland in 
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3. Poems. Collected by his son. i2mo. pp. 
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Shea, John Charles: 
Songs and romances of Buffalo. Souvenir 
edition. i2mo pp. 204. Buffalo. Moulton. 
1900 Cpr. igoo. 8H-S541S 

Shelly, A. Fishe : {Pseud.) See Gerard, 
James Watson : 

Shelton, Frederick William : (Born on L. I., 
in 1814; died in 1881. An episcopal clergy- 
man.) 

The troUopiad; or, Travelling gentlemen in 
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i2mo. pp. 151. N. y. C. Shepard. 1837. 
Cpr. 1837. 817-S545T 

Sherman, Frank Dempster: (Born in Peek- 
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1. Madrigals and catches, and edn. i6mo. 
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Cpr. 1887. 8a-S553M 

2. Lyrics for a lute. i6mo. pp. 112, Boston. 
H. M. & Co. 1890. Cpr. i8go. 811-S5S3L 

Sherrick, Fannie Isabel : 
Star-dust. i2mo. pp. 176. Chicago. Bel- 
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8ii*-Ss535S 

Sherwood, Kate Brownlee : Born in Poland, 
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1. Camp-flre, Memorial day, and other poems. 
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2. Dream of the ages : A poem of Columbia. 
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National Tribune. 1893. Cpr. i8gj. 

8ii-S554l> 
Sherwood, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Wilson : 
(Born at Keene, N. H., in 1830. A Washing- 
ton novelist and social leader. ) 

Poems by M. E.W. S. (Mrs. John Sherwood.) 
Compiled and arranged by Evelyn Baker Har- 
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1892. Cpr. i8g2. 8ii-Ss54S 

Sherwood, Scott R. 

Lays of a bohemian. i2mo. pp.166. N.Y. 
Brentano Bros. 1885. Cpr.iSSj. 811-S5548L 

Shirley, Moses Gage: (Born at Goffstown, 
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A book of poems. i6mo. pp. 79. TV. imp. 
[Concord, N. H.] Cpr. 1887. P811-S558B 

Shuey, Lillian Hinman : (Born in Toulon, 111. 
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California sunshine. 2nd edn. i2mo. pp. 
122. Oakland. Pacific Press Pub. Co. 1889. 
Cpr. 1888. 811-S562C 

Shultz, M.Genevieve: 

A few rhymes. i6mo. pp. 30. Batavia, N.Y. 
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P811-S562F 

Shurtleff, Ernest Warbutton : (Born in Mass. 
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When I was a child. i2mo. pp. 30. Bos- 
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1. Moral pieces, in prose and verse. By Lydia 
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810.8-S578M 

2. Traits of the Aborigines of America. A poem. 
[Anon.) i2mo. pp. 284 Cambridge. Uni- 
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C. Darley. New edn. 8vo. pp. 408. Phila. 
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811-S578I 

Sill, Edward Rowland : (Born at Windsor, 
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1. The hermitage and later poems. i6mo. pp. 
109. Boston. H. M. &Co. 1889. Cpr. 1867, 
i88g. 811-S584H 

2. Hermione and other poems. i6mo. pp. vii, 
109. Boston. H. M. & Co. 1899. Cpr. i8gg. 

8ii-Ss84He 

Sille, Nicasius de : (A native of Holland, he 
emigrated to the New Netherlands in 1653, and 
later was one of the founders of New Utrecht, 
where he resided as late as 1674.) See Mur- 
phy, Henry C. Anthology of New Nether- 
land, pp. 185-195. 

Sillsbee, S. 

D. D. D. or, De-ath, the devil, and the doctor, 
on the war. i2mo. pp. 88. Cincinnati. 
Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co. 1862. Cpr. 
1862. 811-S58SD 

Simmons, J. F. 

1. The welded link, and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. 264. Phila. Lippincott. 1881. Cpr. 
1S81. 811-S591W 

2. Rural lyrics, elegies, and other short poems. 
i2mo. pp. 228. Phila. Lippincott. 1885. 
Cpr. 1884. 811-S591R 

Simms, William Gillmore : (Born in Charles- 
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Poems; descriptive, dramatic, legendary, 
and contemplative. i2mo. 2 vols. pp. 348. 
N.Y. Redfleld. 1853. Cpr. 1833. 811-8592 

Sims, George R. 
'Ostler Joe. 24mo. pp.8, 
tano Bros, 



N.Y. n. d. Bren- 
P8H-S614O 



Sketches in verse. See Rose, R. H. 

Sleeper, John F. 

1. The Marion of the Free State. Autograph 
edn. N.p.. Sherwood, Press. 1901. R8vo. 
pp. 18. P8II-S63IM 

2. Cronje's glory; Koodoosrand. Autograph 
edn. N. p. Sherwood Press 1901. R8vo. 
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Sleeper, William T. 

1. The rejected King, and h3?mns of Jesus. 
i6mo. pp. 87. Boston. I,ee & Shepard. 1883. 
Cpr. 1SS3. 245-S632R 

2. Seven sacred songs. 24010. [pp.8.] N.p. 
[Worcester, Mass.] L. P. Goddard. n. d. 

P245-S632S 

Sleyster, Aaron L. (Born in Wis., in 1856. 
A professional photographer. ) 

Hours of pleasure. i2mo. pp. 316. Wi- 
nona, Minn. Jones & Kroeger. 1895. Cpr. 
iSgs- 811-S632H 

Smiley, Joseph Bert : 

1. Meditations of Samwell Wilkins. A collec- 
tion of original poems, opinions, and parodies. 
4th edn. 8vo. pp. 123. Kalamazoo. Author. 
1888. Cpr. 1886. 817-S641M 

2. A basket of chips. A varied assortment of 
poems and sketches. 8vo. pp. 139. Kala- 
mazoo". Author. 1888. Cpr. 1888. 

817-S641B 
Smith, Abram Lent : 

1. The romaunt of Lady Helen Clyde. i2mo. 
pp.42. N.Y. C.T.Dillingham. 1882. Cpr. 
1882. 8ii-S64iR 

2. Lava fires. i2mo. pp. 118. N. Y. G. W. 
Dillingham. 1888. 811-S642L 

Smith, Annie Lenthal : See Ballard, Julia P. 

Smith, Eldridge : 
Songs of the morning. i6mo. pp. 30. Wash- 
ington. Brown & McElfresh. i88g. 

P811-S646S 

Smith, Elizabeth Oakes (Prince): (Born at 
Cumberland, Me., in 1806; died in i8y3.) 

The sinless child and other poems. Edited 
by John Keese. i2mo. pp. 177. N.Y. Wiley 
& Putnam. 1843. Cpr. 1843. 811-S646S 

Smith, Mrs. George Clinton : 

"The field is the world." 8vo. pp.16. Spring- 
field, 111. Weber, Magie & Co. 1879. 

P811-S648F 

Smith, Mrs. Jeanie Oliver : (Born at Troy, 
N. Y., 18—.) 

Day lilies. i2mo. pp. x, 321. N.Y. Put- 
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Smith, John Jr. 
Lulu Lewis. Canto i. 8vo. pp. 25. Roch- 
ester. Robt. M. Luke. 1887. P8ii-S5s2L 

Smith, Mrs. J. Luella Dowd : (Born in Shef- 
field, Mass., in 1847. Author-poet. ) 

1. Wayside leaves. By J. Luella Dowd. i2mo. 
pp. vii, 201. N.Y. Putnams. 1879. Cpr. 
i8jg. 8ii-S654Wa 

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C. H. Kerr & Co. 1887. Cpr. 1887. 

811-S654W 

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Buffalo. Peter Paul Book Co. 1895. Cpr. 
i8gs- ^' 1-S654F 

Smith, Maude Meredith: 
The rivulet and Clover blooms. 24mo. pp. 
75. N.Y. Am. News Co. i88r. 811-S6S45 



Smith, Mrs. ("May") Mary Louise Riley: 
(Born at Brighton, N. Y., in 1842.) 

1. A gift of gentians and other verses. 8vo. 
pp. 104. N.Y. Randolph & Co. n. d. Cpr. 
1882. 811-S655G 

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4. The inn of rest. Later poems. i2mo. pp. 
35. N. Y. Randolph & Co. n. d. Cpr. 
j888. 811-S6S5I 

Smith, Minna Caroline: (Bom in Calif., in 
i860. A journalist of Boston.) 

In fruitful lands and other poems. i6mo. 
pp. 55. Cambridge. Author. 1886. Cpr. 
1886. P8ii-S6s5il 

Smith, S. D. , Jr. See Liiders, Daniel Bedinger: 

Smith, Samuel Francis : (Born at Boston, 
Mass., in 1808; died in 1895. A Baptist cler- 
gyman. ) 

Poems of home and country. Also sacred 
and miscellaneous verse. Ed. by Gen. H. B. 
Carrington. 8vo. pp. xxvi, 382. N.Y. Sil- 
ver, Burdett & Co. 1895. Cpr. i8g3. 

811-S659P 

Smith, Sara Henderson : 
Up to the light; with other religious and de- 
votional poems. i6mo. pp. io8. N.Y. Ran- 
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Smith, Seba: (Born in Me., in 1792; died in 
1868. Journalist, humorist and poet.) 

Powhatan; a metrical romance, in seven 
cantos. i6mo. pp. 199. N. Y. Harper & 
Bros. 1841. Cpr. 1841. 811-S6593P 

Smith, Mrs. S. S. 

Amaranth blooms : A collection of embodied 

poetical thoughts. i6mo. pp. 199. Utica. 

J. W. Fuller & Co. 1853. 8ii-S6595Am 

Smith, William Moore: (Born in 1759; died 
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Poems on several occasions, written in Penn- 
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Story. 1786. (At bottom of last page is added 
"End of the first volume", but no second vol- 
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Smoote, George P. 
The Mississippi and other songs. i2mo. pp. 
V, 94. Buffalo. Moulton. 1890. Cpr. i8go. 

811-S666M 

Snelling, William Joseph : (Bom at Boston, 
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Boston. ) 

Truth, a gift for scribblers. Second edition, 
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72. Boston. B. B. Mussey. 1832. Cpr. 1832. 

8ii-S67iT 

Snider, Denton Jacques : (Bom at Mt. Gilead, 
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1. Delphic days. A Greek idyl. i2mo. pp. 
226. St. Louis. Sigma Pub. Co. 1891. Cpr. 
1880. 811-S672D 

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218. St. Louis. Sigma Pub. Co. 1891. Cpr. 
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Snow, Alvin Lincoln: 

1. Songs of the White Mountains and other 
poems. 8vo. pp. vi, 113. Creston, la. Ga- 
zette Pub. House. 1892. Cpr. iSgz. 

811-S674S 

2. Tales told in a country store and accompany- 
ing verse. 8vo. pp. 311. Creston, la. Snow 
- ' - "3. Cpr. iSgS. ' " ~ 



Pub. Co. 18 



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811-S674T 



The lamp of gold. izmo. pp. 121 
Way & Williams. 1896. Cpr. iSg6 



Chicago. 
811-S6742L 



Snow, George Washington : (Bom at Bangor, 
Me., in 1809.) 

The martyrdom of Jacques DeMolay, the 
last grand master of the antique order of 
Knights Templars. A historical poem. 8vo. 
pp. 99. N. imp. [Bangor.] Cpr. iSSj. 

8H-S6744M 

Some lines in verse about Shakers. Not pub- 
lished by authority of the society so called. 
8vo. pp.56. N.Y. Wm. Taylor & Co. 1846. 

P811-S693 

Sosso, Lorenzo: 

I. Poems. 8vo. pp. 249. San Francisco. West 
End Print, and Pub. House. 1888. Cpr. 1887. 

811-S715 

a. Poems of humanity, and Abelard to Heloise. 
i2mo. pp.227. San Francisco. E.B.Griffith 
& Son. 1891. Cpr. i8gi. 811-S715H 

Spalding, John Lancaster : (Born at Lebanon, 
Ky., in 1840. Roman Catholic bishop of Pe- 
oria, 111. and a -widely known essayist and 
educator.) 

1. America and other poems. By Henry Ham- 
ilton. i6mo. pp. vii, 210. N.Y. Putnams. 
1885. Cpr. iSSj. 811-S734A 

2. The poet's praise. By Henry Hamilton. 
i6mo. pp. viii, 157. N. Y. Putnams. 1887. 
Cpr, J 886. 811-S734P 

3. Songs chiefly from the German. Tr. by John 
L. Spalding. lamo. pp. 215. Chicago. A. 
C. McClurg & Co. 1896. Cpr. 189s. 

831.08-A734 

Spalding, Mrs. Susan Marr : (Bom in Bath, 
Me., in 18 — . A verse writer of Phila.) 

Winter roses. i2mo. pp. 24. Phila. A. 
E. Newton & Co. n. d. Cpr. 1888. 

P811-S734W 
Spalding, William A. 
My vagabonds: A collection of fugitive ver- 
ses. Souvenir edn. 8vo. pp. 69. Los An- 
geles. Times-Mirror Print. 1889. 811-S735M 

Spearing, Mrs. Annie B. (Bom at Orono, 
Me., in 1858.) 

Poems. 8vo. pp. 132. Bangor. C. H. 
Glass & Co. 1893. Cpr. i8g4. 811-S741 

Sparry, A. F. 
Rhyme and reason. (Potomac series. Quar- 
terly, No. 4.) i6mo. pp. 88. Washington. 
1895. Cpr. i8gs- P8H-S751R 



Sperry, H. T. 
Country love vs. city flirtation; or Ten chap- 
ters from the story of a life. i2mo. pp. 90. 
N. Y. Carleton. 1865. Cpr. 1863. 

811-S751C 

Spofford, Harriet Elizabeth Prescott : (Born 
at Calais, Me., in 1835. A novelist and poet 
of Newburjrport.) 

1. Poems. i2mo. pp. vi, 172. Boston. H. M. 
& Co. 1882. Cpr. 1881. 811-S762 

2. In Titian's garden and other poems. i6mo. 
pp. 108. Boston. Copeland & Day. 1897. 
Cpr. 1897. 811-S752I 

Spooner, Mrs. Mary A. 
Gathered leaves. lamo. pp. 180. N.Y. Put- 
nams. 1848. Cpr. 1848. 8H-S764G 

Sprague, Achsa W. (Miss Sprague was a na- 
tive of Vermont and died in 1862.) 

The poet, and other poems. i2mo. pp. 
xxiii, 304. Boston. Wm. White & Co. 1864. 
Cpr. 1864. 811-S766P 

Sprague, Charles: (Born at Boston in 1791; 
died in 1875.) 

The poetical and prose writings of Charles 
Sprague. New edn. 8vo. pp. 130, 58. N.Y. 
C. S. Francis & Co. 1850. Cpr. 1849. 

811-S767 

Springer, Rebecca Ruter: (Bom at Indian- 
apolis, Ind., in 1832.) 

Songs by the sea. 8vo. pp. 167. Chicago. 
n. d. Cpr. i88g. 811-S769S 

SprouU, Lyman H. (Born in Iowa in 1S67. 
He is a resident of Colorado. ) 

1. Lines by lamplight. i6mo. pp. 20. Pueblo, 
Colo. Chieftain Publ. Co. (Preface dated 
Cripple Creek, Aug. 1893.) P811-S771L 

2. Camp and cottage: Poems. i6mo. pp. 48. 
Franklin, O. Editor Pub. Co. 1896. Cpr. 
i8g6. 811-S771C 

3. Snowy summits. A collection of western 
poems. i2mo. pp. 100. St. Lotus. A. R. 
Fleming Print. Co. 1898. Cpr. i8q7. 

811-S771S 
Standish, B. H. 

1. Among the dells: A poem. 8vo. pp. 106. 
Madison. D. Atwood. 1885. Cpr. 1884. 

811-S78SA 

2. Shadowlight: A poem. i6mo. pp. 104. 
Evansville. Enterprise Print. 1885. Cpr. 
i88s. P81 1-87858 

3. Beyond or here : A poem. 24mo. pp. 132. 
West Union, la. Blackmun & McClintock. 
1889. Cpr. i88g. P811-S785B 

Stansbury, Joseph : (An Englishman by birth. 
Emigrated to America about 1767.) 

Loyal verses of Joseph Stansbury and Doctor 
Jonathan Odell ; relating to the American 
Revolution. Edited by Winthrop Sargent. 
8vo. pp. 199. Albany i860. Ha973.39-S7 



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Stanton, Frank Lebby : (Bom at Charleston, 
S. C, in 1857. A resident of Atlanta, Ga.) 

1. Songs of a day and Songs of the soil. izmo. 
pp. 108. N. Y. J. B. Alden. 1892. Cpr. 
iSgz. 811-S791S 

2. Songs from Dixie Land. i2mo. pp. xiv, 239. 
Indianapolis. Brown-Merrill Co. n. d. Cpr. 
1900. 811-S791D 

Stanton, Henry Thompson: (Born in Va., in 
1834; died in 1898. A officer in the United 
States army.) 

Jacob Brown and other poems. 8vo. pp. 
155. Cincinnati. Robt. Clarke & Co. 1875. 
Cpr. 187s. 811-S792J 

Starr, Eliza Allen: (Born at Deerfleld, Mass., 
in 1824. An art lecturer in Chicago.) 

Songs of a life-time. 8vo. pp. xxi, 400. 
Chicago. Author. 1887. Cpr. 1888. 

811-S795S 

Starr, Tarpley: 

Lost and won : A rhyme of dark and daybreak. 

i2mo. pp. 71. Baltimore. TurnbuU Bros. 

1874. Cpr. 1874. 811-S796L 

Starrett, Lewis Frederick : (Bom in Me., in 
1844.) 

Poems and translations. i2mo. pp. 219. 
Boston. Rand, Avery Co. 1887. Cpr. 1887. 

811-S7961 

Stauffer, Francis Henry: (Born in Phila. in 
1832. A journalist and author.) 

Toward sunset and other poems. lamo. 
pp. 123. Phila. Lippincott. 1876. Cpr. 1876. 

811-S7971T 

Stayman, John K. (Professor of ancient lan- 
guages at Dickenson college, Carlisle, Pa.) 

Flowers and fossils, and other poems. 1 2mo. 
pp. 322. Phila. Claxton, Remsen & Haffel- 
finger. 1870. Cpr. i86g. 811-S798F 

Stearns, Charles : (Born at Leominster, Mass. , 
1753 ; died in 1826. ) 

The ladies' philosophy of love. A poem in 
four cantos. Written in 1774, now first pub- 
lished. i2mo. pp. 78. Leominster, Mass. 
John Prentiss & Co., for the author. 1797. 

811-S799L 

Stebbins, Mary E. See Hewitt, Mary E. Moore: 

Stebbins, Sarah Bridges: 
Galgano's wooing and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. 185. N. Y. G.W.Dillingham. 1890. 

8ii-S8nG 

Stedman, Edmund Clarence : Bom at Hart- 
ford, Conn. , in 1833. Poet and literary critic.) 

1. The Prince's ball. Abrochure. From "Van- 
ity Fair." i2mo. pp. 63. N. Y. Rudd & 
Carleton. i860. Cpr. i860. 811-S812P 

2. Alice of Monmouth: An idyl of the great 
war, with other poems. i2mo. pp.151. N.Y. 
Carleton. 1864. Cpr. 1863. 811-S812AI 

3. Poetical works. Complete edition. i2mo. 
pp. xii, 342. Boston. J. R. Osgood & Co. 
1873. Cpr. 1873. 8H-S812A2 



Stedman, Edmund Clarence : (Cont.) 

4. Poetical works. Household edition, izmo. 
pp. xii, 416. Boston. H. M. & Co. 1B84. 
Cpr. 1S60-1884. 811-S812 

5. Poems. Now first collected. i2mo. pp. x,2io. 
Boston. H. H. & Co. 1897. Cpr. 1897. 

811-S812A 

Steendam, Jacob: (Bom in Holland in 1616, 
removed to the New Netherlands about 1651, 
returned to Holland in 1663 and soon removed 
to Batavia in Java, where he died about 1670.) 
5^1? Murphy, Henry C. Anthology of New 
Netherland. pp. 21-75. 

Stephenson, William F. H. (A resident of 
Buffalo, N.Y.) 

A trinity of Pan-American poems with prose 
articles. i8mo. pp. 19. Buffalo. Author. 
1900. BP91-S837 

Stetson. See Channing-Stetson, Grace EUery: 

Stevens, Beulah Rose : 

The seasons in Florida and other poems. 
i6mo. pp. 26. Bartow, Fla. Courier-Infor- 
mant Print. 1891. P811-S844S 

Stevens, Orrin Cedesman : 

1. An idyl of the sun and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. 212. Holyoke. Griffith, Axtell & Cady 
Co. 1891. Cpr. i8gi. 811-S845I 

2. A song of companies and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. no. Holyoke. H. C. Cady Print. Co. 
1894. Cpr. 1894. 811-S845S 

Stockton, Thomas Hewlings : (Born in New 
Jersey in 1808; died in 1868. A Methodist 
preacher, and a half brother of F. R. Stockton 
the novelist. ) 

Poems: With autobiographic and other 
notes. lUust. by Darley, Hoppin, and others. 
l2mo. pp. ix, 321. Phila. W. S. & A. Mar- 
tien. 1862. Cpr. 1861. 811-S866 

Stoddard, A. H. (A farmer-poet of Kalamazoo, 
Mich.) 

Miscellaneous poems. i6mo. pp. vi, 200. 
Kalamazoo. Author. 1880. Cpr. 1880. 

811-S867 

Stoddard, Richard Henry: (Born at Hing- 
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1. The king's bell. i2mo. pp. 72. N.Y. Car- 
leton. 1863. 811-S868K 

2. Poems. 8vo. pp. xiv, 498. N.Y. Scribners. 
1880. Cpr. 1880. 811-S868 

3. The lion's cub. With other verse. i2mo. 
pp. vi, 153. N. Y. Scribners. 1890. Cpr. 
1890. 811-S868L 

Stoddard, William Osborn : (Born at Homer, 
N. Y.,ini835. Author-journalist.) 

Verses of many days. i2mo. pp.172. N.Y. 
Jas. Miller. 1875. Cpr. 1874. 811-S869V 

Stokes, John C. 
In memoriam and other poems. i2mo. pp. 
13. Phila. Author. 1893. P811-S874I 

Stone, Mary K. A. 

' 'As Thy days' ' and other verses. 1 2mo. pp. 

32. N. Y. James Pott & Co. 1893. Cpr. 

1893. 245-S878A 



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Stoner, Philip: 
Robert of Woodleigh and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. 141. N.Y. Jas. Miller. 1872. Cfir. 1872. 

811-S881R 

Story, Isaac : (Born at Marblehead, Mass., in 
1774; died in 1803. A lawyer and verse writer 
of Castine, Me.) 

A Parnassian shop, opened in the Pindaric 
stile; by Peter Quince, Esq. lamo. pp. 155. 
Boston. Russell & Cutler. 1801. 811-S886P 

Story, Ura : See Turner, Thomas Sloss : 

Story, William Wetraore : (Born at Salem, 
Mass., in 1819; died in 1895. Poet, Sculptor 
and essayist. ) 

Poems. i2mo. pp.vii, 307. Boston. Little, 
Brown & Co. 1856. Cpr. 1856. 811-S887 

Stout, Robert W. (Born in Buffalo, N. Y., in 
1839.) 

The Columbian memorial edition of Robert 
W. Stout's poetical works. Author's edn. 
i2mo. pp. xii, 286. Buffalo. Moulton. 1892. 
Cpr. j8gz. 811-8889 

Stowe, Harriet Beecher : (Born at Litchfield, 
Ct., in 1812; died in 1896.) 

1. Religious poems. i2mo. pp. iv, 107. Bos- 
ton. Ticknor & Fields. 1867. Cpr. 1867. 

245-S892 

2. See The writings of Harriet Beecher Stowe. 
Riverside edn. (In 16 vols. Poetry in Vol. 
15.) 8vo. Boston. 1896-98. 810.8-S892 

Street, Alfred Billings : (Born in Poughkeep- 
sie.N.Y., 1811; died in 1881. For thirty- three 
years he was librarian of New York State 
Library. ) 

1. Frontenac: Or, the Atotarho of the Iroquois. 
-A metrical romance. i2mo. pp. xii, 324. 
N. Y. Bokei- & Scribner. 1849. Cpr. 1849. 

811-S915F 

2. Poems. i6mo. 2 vols. pp. v, 302. N. Y. 
Hurd & Houghton. 1867. Cpr. 1866. 

811-S91S 

3. Burgoyne. A poem written for the Centen- 
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of October, 1877, of Burgoyne's surrender. 
8vo. pp. 66. Albany. Weed, Parsons & Co. 
1877. 811-S915B 

Strevell, Mrs. J. W. (Born in Pa. A resi- 
dent of Montana.) 

Thoughts and memories. i2mo. pp. 51. 
Buffalo. Peter Paul Book Co. 1895. 

811-S916T 
Stryker, Melanchthon Woolsey: (Born at 
Vernon, N. Y., in 1851. A Presbyterian cler- 
gyman and educator. ) 

Song of Miriam and other hymns and ver- 
ses. Tr. and original. i2mo. pp. 142. Chi- 
cago. Biglow & Main. Cpr. 1883, 1888. 

811-S928S 
Sukey. See Walter, Wm. B. 

Sunderlin, Mrs. Laura A. 
Pencillings from immortality. A collection 
of writings from inspiration. (Spiritist prose 
and poetry.) i6mo. pp. 202. Maquoketa, 
la. Swigart & Sargent. 1876. Cpr. 1876. 

289.92-S958 



Sunter, J. Pauline : 

Christmas greetings. 4to. pp. [29.] N. Y. 
Ford & Parsons. 1886. P769.81-S9S8C 

Swafford, Mrs. Martina: (Bom at Terre 
Haute, Ind., 18—.) 

Wych-elm: Poems by Belle Bremer. i2mo. 
pp. viii, 99. Buffalo. Moulton. 1891. Cpr. 
i8go. 811-S971W 

Swanvyick, John: (A Representative from 
Pennsylvania to Fourth and Fifth Congress. 
He died in 1798.) 

Poems on several occasions. 24mo. pp. 174. 
Phila. F.& R.Bailey. 1797. (Preface dated 
1797.) 811-S972 

Swift, C. B. 
Poems written on various occasions by "A pi- 
oneer of forty-nine." i6mo. pp. 44. N.p. 
' 'lone Valley Echo' ' Print. 1884. P81 1-S977 

Swift, Mrs. Frances Elizabeth: 
Voices of the heart. By Fanny Pales. i2mo. 
pp. 120. Boston. B. B. Mussey & Co. 1853. 
Cpr. iSsj. 811-S977V 

Swift, Martin: 
Love's way and other poems. i2mo. pp.155. 
Chicago. A. C. McClurg & Co. 1897. Cpr. 
i8<)7. 811-S9775IV 

Sydenstricker, Rev. H. M. 
The epic of the Orient : An original poetical 
rendering of the Book of Job. lamo. pp. iii. 
Hartford, Conn. Student Pub. Co. 1894. 

223.1-S982 

T., J. O. See Terry, John Orville : 

Tabb, John Banister: (Born in Va., in 1845. 
A Roman Catholic priest and professor of Eng- 
lish literature in St. Charles's College, Md.) 

An octave to Mary. i2mo.ob. [pp. 26. J 
Baltimore. J. Murphy & Co. 1893. Cpr. 
i8gs. 245-T112O 

Taber, Charles A. M. (Bom at Rochester, 
Mass., in 1824.) 

Rhymes from a sailor's journal. i2mo. _pp. 
vii, 215. Cambridge. Author. 1873. Cpr. 
J873. 811-T113R 

Tadlock, Clara Moyse : 

1. Solomon Grinder's Christmas eve and other 
poems. i2mo. pp. 204. Boston. D. Loth- 
rop & Co. n. d. Cpr. i88s. 811-T121S 

2. Holiday souvenir. No. 5. 1897-98. i2mo. 
[pp. II.] N. imp. P811-T121H 

Taggart, Cynthia : (Bom in Rhode Island in 
1801; died in 1849.) 

Poems. i2mo. pp. xxii, 98. Providence. 
Cranston & Hammond. 1834. Cpr. 1834.. 

811-T125 

Talley, Susan Archer : See Weiss, Susan A.T. 

Talman, John : (Born near Rochester, N. Y., 
in 1851. Journalist of St. Paul, Minn.) 

The pure life. In memoriam : Dr. Jay 
Owens. 8vo. [pp. 8.] St. Paul. Pioneer 
Press. 1890. P811-T151P 

Tappan, Cora L. V. 

Hesperia. i2mo. pp. vii, 235. [Cambridge.] 
H. M. & Co. 1871. Cpr. 1871. 811-T174H 



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Tappan, William Bingham : (Born in Beverly, 
Mass., in 1794; died in 1849.) 

1. The poet's tribute. Poems. i2mo. pp. 3^5. 
Boston. D. S. King and Crocker & Brewster. 
1840. Cpr. jSsg. 811-T175P 

2. Sacred and miscellaneous poems. i2mo. pp. 
ix,332. Boston. B. B. Mussey. 1847. Cpr. 
1846. 811-T175 

Taveau, Augustin L. 
Poems. Vol. i. i2mo. pp. xi, 159. N. Y. 
Putnams. 1884. Cpr. 1883. 811-T232 

Taylor, Bayard : (Bom in Penn., in 1825; died 
in 1878.) 

1. Poems of liome and travel. i2mo. pp. 253. 
Boston. Ticknor & Fields. 1863. Cpr. 1853. 

811-T238H 

2. Poems of the Orient. 6th edn. i2mo. pp. 

203. Boston. Ticknor & Fields. 1863. Cpr. 

1834. 811-T238O 

3. The poet's journal. [4th edn.] i2mo. pp. 

204. Boston. Ticknor & Fields. 1863. Cpr. 
i86z. 811-T238P 

4. The picture of St. John. lamo. pp. vi, 220. 
Boston. Ticknor & Fields. 1866. Cpr. 1866. 

8ii-T238Pi 

5. Faust. A tragedy. By Johann Wolfgang 
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Bayard Taylor. R8vo. 2 vols. pp. xviii, 405; 
xvi, 536. Boston. J. R. Osgood & Co. 1871. 
Cpr. 1870. 832-G599F3 

6. Illustrations to Geothe's Faust. By Paul Ko- 
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Roberts Bros. 1871. 769.831-K82 

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1835. A Methodist clergyman.) 

The progress of learning: A poem. i2mo. 
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Marian : A poem. i2mo. pp. 130. Buffalo. 
Peter Paul Book Co. 1895. Cpr. i8<)S. 

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Thomas, Mrs. C. H. N. 

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1848. 811-T471P 

Thompson, Lewis Earl : 
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Thompson, Mortimer M. (Bom at Riga, N.Y. 
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P811-T835L 

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Trollopiad, The : See Shelton, P. W. 

Trowbridge, John Townsend : (Born at Og- 
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Cottage poems. 24mo. pp. 256. Mount- 
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811-T867 
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2. See also Humphreys, David : No. 3. 

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Poems. i2mo. pp. 237. N.Y. M. Doolady. 
1867. Cpr. 1866. 811-T893 

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Out-of-door rhymes. i2mo. pp. 187. Bos- 
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P811-T953D 

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Tyler, Josephine : 

Ben's Isabella. A narrative poem in thirteen 

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1895. Cpr. i8gs- 811-T982B 

Tyler, Robert: (Born in Va.,in 1818; died in 

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Ubil, Isaac H. 

Songs from the lowlands. 8vo. pp. 238. 

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811-U15S 
Umphraville, Angus : 

The seige of Baltimore, and the Battle of La 

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Urmy, Clarence Thomas : (Born in Calif., in 
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A rosary of rhyme. i2mo. pp. 100. San 
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Vail, Mrs. Jennie Van Sickler : 
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Vance, Sylvester Graham : 
Lord Healey and other poems. 8vo. pp. 227. 
Marshalltown. Author. 1890. Cpr. i8go. 

811-V222L 

Vandegrift, Margaret : See Janvier, Margaret 
Thomson : 

Van Dusen, Washington : 
Immortelles and other poems. i6mo. pp. 32. 
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P811-V124I 

Van Duzee, Ira Damon: (Born at Hartford, 
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1. In the Genesee. Early poems. lamo. pp. 
215. Boston. DeWolfe, Fiske & Co. [1891.] 

811-V246I 

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Van Dyke, Henry: (Bom at Germantown, 
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N.Y.) 

The toiling of Felix. A legend on a new 
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Van Zile, Edward Sims : (Bom in N. Y., in 
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The dreamers and other poems. i2mo. pp. 
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8ii-Vz86D 

Varley, John Philip : {Pseud.) See Mitchell, 
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Vassar, William Edward: (Born in Ala., in 

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Flower myths and other poems. i2mo. pp. 
90. Louisville. J. P. Morton & Co. 1884. 
Cpr. 1884. 811-V337P 

Veatch, Andrew Allen : (Born at Brookeland, 
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Over the line and other poems. 8vo. pp. 
30. Jasper, Texas. Author. 1891. (Preface, 
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Veeder, Emily Elizabeth (Ferris): (Bom in 
N. Y., in 1 84 1. A novelist and verse writer 
of St. Louis.) 

In the garden and other poems, izmo. 
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8U-V417I 

Venable, William Henry : (Born in Ohio in 
1836. An educator and author of Cincinnati.) 

I. Melodies of the heart; Songs of freedom, and 
other poems, izmo. pp. 132. Cincinnati. 
Clarke & Co. 1885. Cpr. 1884. 811-V447M 

z. The teacher's dream and other songs of school 
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Venable, William Henry: (Cont.) 
3. The last flight, izmo. pp.67. Cincinnati. 
Clarke & Co. 1894. Cpr.iSgs. P811-V447L 

Verity, John: [Pseud.f) 
The twins, being two poems : The lament, by 
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N.imp. (Preface dated 1856.) 811-V516T 

Very, Jones: (Born at Salem, Mass., in 1813; 
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Boston. H. M. & Co. 1883. Cpr. 1883. 

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Very, Lydia Louisa Anna : (Bom in Mass., 
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Poems. l2mo. pp. 222. Andover. W. F. 
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Vickers, Robert H. 

America liberata. i2mo. pp. 74. Chicago. 

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Vinton, J. D. 

Shadows from life and other poems. i6mo. 

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Cpr. iSgi. 8II-V792S 

Virginian, (A.) See Tyler, Robert: 
Vision of Rubeta. See Osborn, Laughton: 

Vosburg, John Henry: 

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N. Y. James Miller. 1865. Cpr. 1864. 

811-V959V 
Voyager, (A.) 5^1? Hill, George: 

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Wainwright, John Howard: 5^i?Rice, George 
Edward: 

Walker, Horace Eaton : (Born in Charles- 
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i. The lady of Dardale and other poems. 8vo. 
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Rowe. 1886. Cpr. 1883. 811-W179L 

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8vo. pp. 95. Claremont, N. H. Geo. I. Put- 
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Walker, Jesse : (Born at Whiting, Vt. He 
began the practice of law in Buffalo in 1836, 
and died about 1854.) 

Poems, written during his early professional 
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Wall, Mrs. Annie [Carpenter]: (Born in Wis. 
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Some scattered leaves. 8vo. pp. 41. Buf- 
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Wall, Oscar Garrett : 
Sunny nooks, or Halting place stories. i6mo. 
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Wallace, Charles William : 
Spider-webs in verse. A collection of lyrics 
for leisure moments, spun at idle hours. 1 2mo. 
pp. xii, 186. Lincoln, Neb. State Jl. Co. 
1892. Cpr. i8g2. 8ii-Wi88S 

Wallace, George A. 
From Taps till reveille. 8vo. pp. 104. Bow- 
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1895. Cpr. iSgs- 818-W189P 

Wallace, William Dewitt : (Born at La 

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Idle hours. lamo. pp. vi, 76. N.Y. Put- 

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Walser, G. H. 

Poems of leisure. 8vo. pp.211. Lamar, Mo. 

South-West Missourian Print. 1890. Cpr. 

i8gi. 811-W222 

Walter, Carrie Stevens : 
Rose-ashes. i2mo. pp. 85. San Francisco. 
C. A. Murdock & Co. 1890. P811-W231R 

Walter, William Bicker : (Bom in Boston in 
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1. Poems. 8vo. pp. 71. Boston. John Cotton 
Jr. & Co. 1821. P811-W234A 

2. Sukey. {Anon.) 8vo. pp. vi, 72. Boston. 
Cummings & Hiliard. 182 1. .Cpr. iSsi. 

P811-W234 

Walton, Mrs. Sarah Stokes [Dunn]: (Born 
in Pa., in 1844. A resident of New Jersey.) 

Night watches. 8vo. pp. 58. N. imp. 
(Poems dated 1879 to 1882.) 811-W241N 

Wanderer, (The.) or Horatio and Lsetitia: A 
poem, in five epistles. i2mo. pp.138. Utica. 
Seward & Williams, for the authors. 181 1. 
(Preface dated 1 810.) 811-W245 

Wanless, Andrew: 
Poems and songs, maistly Scotch. 2nd edn. 
i2mo. pp. 192. Detroit. Author. 1873. 
Cpr. 1873. 8H-W248P 

Ward, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps : (Bom at 
Andover, Mass., in 1844.) 

Songs of the silent world, and other poems. 
i2mo. pp. 155. Boston. H. M. & Co. 1885. 
Cpr. 1884. 811-W257S 

Ward, James Warner: (Bom in N. J., in 1817; 
died in 1897. Librarian of the Grosvenor Li- 
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1. Woman. A poem. i2mo. pp.41. Cincin- 
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811-W259W 

2. The song of Higher- Water. 8vo. pp. 30. 
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Wolcott, Julia Anna : 
Song-blossoms. i2mo. pp. 262. Boston. 
Arena Pub. Co. 1895. Cpr. 1894. 

811-W849S 

Wolverton, Mrs. Sarah Suter [Taylor]: 
(Born at Boston, Mass., 18—. A resident of 
Detroit.) 

Primroses. i6mo. pp. 122. Buffalo. Moul- 
ton. 1895. Cpr. i8g3. 811-W869P 

Wood, E. M. 
A splendid wreck and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. 103. Pittsburgh. J. R. Weldin & Co. 
1888. Cpr. 1888. 811-WS74S 

Wood, Mrs. Mary Camilla Foster Hall : 
(Born in New York. Journalist and author 
of Santa Barbara, Calif. ) 

Sea leaves; by Camilla K. von K. i2mo. 
pp. 178, V. Santa Barbara. Author. 1887. 
Cpr. 1887. 811-W877S 

Woodberry, George Edward: (Born in Mass. 
in 1855. A literary critic of New York City, 
and professor of English literature at Colum- 
bia University. ) 

1. The north shore watch and other poems. 
i2mo. pp. 123. Boston. H. M. & Co. 1890. 
Cpr. i8go. 811-WS81N 

2. Wild Eden. i2mo. pp. 92. N. Y. Mac- 
millan Co. 1899. Cpr. iSgg. 811-W881W 



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American Poetry — Individual. 



Woodrow, Fred: (Born in Ireland in i8 — .) 
The march of Acheron; or, The pagan purga- 
tory according to Socrates. i6mo. pp. 35. 
Boston. Alfred Mudge & Son. 1890. Cpr. 
iSgo. P811-W892M 

Woodruff, Belle C. (Born at Bridgeport, Conn, 
in 18—.) 

A collection of wild flowers. Author's edn. 
8vo. pp. 52. Buffalo. Moulton. 1894. Cpr. 
i8g4. 811-W893 

Woodward, George Austin : 

Verse vagaries. 24mo. pp. 32. Buffalo. 

Chamberlain Press. 1897. Cpr. iSgi. 

811-W899V 
Woodward, Mary C. Sloan : 

Roses and thorns. 8vo. pp. 153. Dayton, 

O. United Brethren Pub. House. 1894. Cpr. 

i8g4. 811-W911R 

Woodworth, Samuel : (1785-1842. A jour- 
nalist and verse-writer of New York City.) 

Poetical works. Edited by his son. 24mo. 
2 vols. pp. 288, 283. N. Y. Chas. Scribner. 
1861. Cpr. i860. 811-W912 

Woolford, Mrs. Bessie Hubbs : (Born in 
Madison, Ind., about i860.) 

Purple asters and golden rod, and other 
poems. 8vo. pp. 48. Cincinnati. Robt. 
Clarke & Co. 1888. P811-W913P 

Woolsey, Sarah Chauncey : (Born at Cleve- 
land, O. , in 1845. A poet and writer for young 
people.) 

1. Verses. By Susan Coolidge. 24mo. pp. 
181. Boston. Roberts Bros. 1888. Cpr. 1880. 

8ii-W9i6V 

2. A few more verses: By Susan Coolidge. 
i6mo. pp. 257. Boston. Roberts Bros. 1889. 
Cpr. i88g. 811-W916F 

Woolson, Constance Fenimore : (Born in 
N. H., in 1840; died in 1894. Novelist and 
poet. ) 

Two women: 1862. A poem. i2mo. pp. 
92. N. Y. Appleton. 1877. Cpr. 1877. 

811-W917T 

World, (The) or Instability. See Rafinesque, 
C. S. 

Wright, Caleb Earl: (Born in Pa., in 1810. 
A lawyer and author of Pennsylvania.) 

I. Frances Slocum; the lost sister: A poem. 
8vo. pp. 128. Wilkesbarre. Robert Baur & 
Son. 1889. Cpr. i88<). 811-W948F 



Wright, Caleb Earl: (Cont.) 
2. Sidney Lear; A metrical romance. By Caleb 
Earl Wright. {Bound with the preceding. ) 

811-W948F 

Wright, David Henry: (Bom in Phila., in 
1865. A lawyer of New Jersey.) 

Is Peace on earth? and other poems. i2mo. 
pp. 64. Phila. Lippincott. 1892. Cpr. i8g2. 

811-W9483I 

Wright, Elizur, Jr: 
Fables of La Fontaine. Tr. from the French 
by Elizur Wright, Jr. 5th edn. 2 vols, in i. 
i2mo. pp. 247, 290. Boston. Bazin & Ells- 
worth, n. d. Cpr. 1842. 848-L165 

Wright, William Bull : (Born in N. Y. in 1840; 
died in 1880. Physician and teacher, of Buf- 
falo, N. Y.) 

The brook and other poems. i2mo, pp. 
167. N.Y. Scribner, Armstrong & Co. 1873. 
Cpr. J873. 8ri-W954B 

Xariffa's Poems. See Townsend, Mrs. Mary 
Ashley: 

Yates, John Henry: (Born at Batavia, N. Y., 
in 1837.) 

Ballads and poems. 8vo. pp. x, 226. Buf- 
falo. Moulton. 1898. Cpr. iSgr. 811-Y32B 

Young, Joseph Hudson : 

Lyrics. Fjelda, The great bridge. In the 
happy summer time, etc. izmo. pp. 131. 
N. Y. Funk & Wagnalls. 1889. Cpr. iSSg. 

8H-Y73L 

Young, Mrs. Julia Evelyn Ditto : (Born in 
N. Y., in 1857. A novelist and verse writer of 
Buffalo.) 

Thistle down: Poems. i2mo. pp. 157. 
Buffalo. Peter Paul &Bro. 1893. Cpr. iSgs. 

811-Y74T 

Young, Oscar Emery : (Bom in Me., in 1861.) 
Seaside songs and Woodland whispers. i2mo. 
pp. vi, 256. Buffalo. Moulton. 1891. Cpr. 
i8go. 8ir-Y75T 

Young, Solomon Walker : 
Legends and lyrics. i2mo. pp. 104. Boston. 
Writer Pub. Co. 1890. Cpr.i88g. 811-Y76L 

Young, William : 
MathieuRopars: Etcetera. By an ex-editor. 
i2mo. pp.236. N.Y. G. P. Putnam & Son. 

cp ' - 



i868. Cpr. 1868. 



810.8-Y78 



Zimmerman, Thomas C. 
The song of the bell. By Friedrich von Schil- 
ler. Tr. by Thos. C. Zimmerman. 8vo. pp. 
28. Reading. Author. 1889. P831-S334S 



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Page 6. Under Gift Books and Annuai<s add: 

Cloud Crystals ; a snow-flake album. Collected and edited by a lady. 4to. pp. 158. N. Y. 
Appleton. 1864. Cpr. 1S63. 808.82-C647 

Page 14. Under Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von: add: 

3. Faust: A tragedy. Tr. in the original metres by Bayard Taylor. 8vo. 2 vols. Boston 1871. 

832-G599F3 

Page 45. Add Thornton, Robert John : (i768?-i837.) 

The temple of Flora, or Garden of Nature: Being picturesque botanical plates [Part 3d.] of 
the new illustration of the sexual system of Linneus. Imp. folio. London 1799. (Includes 
numerous extracts from the Poets.) 580.1-T514 

Page 47. ^(/rf Williams, Rowland : (1817-1870.) 

Lays from the Cimbric lyre, with various verses. By Goronva Camlan. i2mo. London 1846. 

82i.3-'W727 

Page 47. For Winkworth, Caroline: read Winkworth, Catherine: 

Page 57. ^4rf«^ Bates, David: (1810-1870. A Philadelphia verse writer. ) 

The eolian. i2mo. pp. 210. Phila. 1849. Cpr. 1848. 811-B3293E 

Page 58. Add Bigney, M. F. 

The forest pilgrims, and other poems. lamo. pp. 258. New Orleans. James A. Gresham. 
1867. Cpr. 1866. 811-B593F 

Page 60. Add Bradstreet, Anne: (i6i2?-i672. ) 

See Anne Bradstreet and her time. By Helen Campbell. i2mo. pp. v, 373. Boston. D. Loth- 
rop Co. n. d. Cpr. iSgi. [Contains specimens of her poetry.] 920A-B812C 

Page 60. Add Brooke, Wesley: {Pseud.) See Lunt, George: 

Page 62. Add\'B]i\\oc)s., Cynthia: (Born at Lyons, N. Y., in 1821.) 

Washington, and other poems. i2mo. pp.108. N. Y. Author. 1847. Cpr. 1847. 811-B938W 



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