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]^ihlioti)tta Americana 

Vol. XXIII. — Spiritual Maxims to Storrs 



]B^Miot^na Americana 



DICTIONARY 



OF 



5ioofe£i relating to America, 

from its discovery to the present time 

Begun by Joseph Sabin, 

Continued by Wilberforce Eames, 

And Completed by R. W. G. Vail 

for the 

Bibliographical Society of America. 

Volume XXIII. 
Spiritual Maxims to Storrs 



"A painfull work it is I'll assure you, and more than difficult, wherein what toyle hath been taken, 
as no man thinketh so no man believeth, but he hath made the triall." 

j4nt. h IVood, Preface to the Histor; of Oxford. 



i^eto=gork: 

476 FIFTH AVENUE 
1932-1933- 









Printing House of 

William Edwin Rudge 

Nete York City 



EDITOR 

R. W. G. Vail 

assistant editors 

Elizabeth G. Greene 
Marjorie Watkins 

Geraldine Beard 

Frances Richey 

Edna Watkins 



101025 



A Dictionary of Books 



RELATING TO AMERICA 




piritual Maxims . . . arranged for every day in the 
year by . . . Dr. Walsh, Bishop of Halifax. To 
which is added a Nine Days' Devotion in honour 
of St. Vincent of Paul, and biographical notice 
of Mrs. Seton, foundress ... of the Sisters of 
Charity in the United States. New York. 1 85 1. 
i6mo. BM. 89520 

Spiritual Medium, its Nature Illustrated by the History of its 
Uniform Mysterious Manifestations when duly Excited. Boston: 
Gould ^ Lincoln. 1852. i8mo. 89521 

Title from Roorbach's catalogue, 1855. 

The Spiritual Moralist. Edited by J. H. Noyes and G. Cragin. 
. . . Putney y Vt.yJune 13, 1842. . . . 8vo, pp. 8. c. 89522 

Caption title for vol. I, no. I, supplied by Ernest Kletsch. For a similar magazine 
published later at Putney, see above, "The Spiritual Magazine." 

The Spiritual Mustard Pot. By John Cogitans. Troy. 1 824. 
8vo. 89523 

Title from Gushing, according to which John Cogitans is the pseudonym of Charles 
Morey. A copy was formerly located at c, but is now missing. 

Spiritual Scientist. A Weekly Journal devoted to the Science, 
History, Philosophy, and Teachings of Spiritualism. . . . Yearly, 
Two Dollars and a Half. Boston, September 10, 1874, weekly, 
seven cents a copy. [Colophon:] Boston: Scientist PuhUshing Co. j 
C)Bromfield Street, and by all Newsdealers. [1874.] Folio, pp. 12. 
Continued. aas., b. 89524 

The best set located is at b. 
VOL. XXIII. I 



O SPIRITUAL SONGS. 

Spiritual Songs: or Songs of Praise with Penitential Cries to God. 
Boston: J. Drafer. 1 740. 89525 

Title from Puttick & Simpson's catalogue for the sale of June 27, 1870, and five 
following days, no. 2038. First edition, London, 1683. bm. The Spiritual Songs 
were by John Mason, and the "Penitential Cries," by Thomas Shepard, or Shepherd, 
of Braintree, the latter poems not being found in the earliest English editions. An 
English edition, with the names of Mason and Shepherd, was printed as late as 1859, 
according to Diet. Nat. Biog. 

Spiritual Songs; or Songs of Praise, with Penitential Cries to Al- 
mighty God, upon several Occasions; together with the Song of 
Songs, which is Solomon's, first turned then pharaphrased in Eng- 
lish Verse. Boston. Refr'inted. 1741. i2mo. + With an Addi- 
tion of a sacred Poem on Dives and Lazarus. The Fourteenth 
Edition. London Printed. Ph'iladelfhla : Refr'inted and Sold by 
Isaiah Warner. 1742. 89526 

The title of the 1741 edition is from Haven's list, and the 1742 from Hildeburn. 

Spiritual Songs: | or, [ Songs of Praise [ with j Penitential Cries I 
to I Almighty God, [ Upon several Occasions. | Together with the | 
Song of Songs, | Which is | Solomon's: | First Turn'd, then Para- 
phras'd in English Verse | The Fifteenth Edition Corrected. | 
Boston: I Printed by Tho. Fleet, for D. Henchman \ in Cornhill. 
1742. I i2mo, pp. (4), 152. C, JCB. + The Sixteenth Edition, 
corrected. | Boston: | Printed by Green, Bushell and Allen, \ for 
D. Henchman in Cornhil. 1743. | i2mo, pp. (8), 151, advertise- 
ments (2). c, NYP. + The Seventeenth Edition, corrected. | 
Boston: I Printed and Sold by Z. Fowle, at his Print- | ing-Ofice 
in Back-Street. Ij6s. \ i2mo, pp. (8), 151. aas. 89527 

Spiritual Songs, or Songs of Praise : With Penitential Cries upon 
Several Occasions. New York. Reprinted. 1769. -\~ Boston. 
Reprinted. 1 7 74. + The Eighteenth Edition. Norivich: John 
Trumbull. 1 783. 89528 

Titles of the 1769 and 1774 editions from Haven's list, and that of 1783, from 
Trumbull. 

Spiritual Songs | or | Songs of Praise, | with | Penitential Cries 
to I Almighty God, | Upon several Occasions. | Together with 
The Song of Songs, | which is | Solomon's, | First turn'd, then para- 
phras'd, in English Verse. | The Twentieth Edition corrected. | 
Boston: I Printed and Sold by T. and J . Fleet, j at the Bible and 
Heart in Cornhill, 1787. | 8vo, pp. (4), 124. M. 89529 

Spiritual | Songs: | or, | Songs of Praise, | with | Penitential 
Cries I to | Almighty God, | upon Several Occasions j Together 



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SPIRITUAL TELEGRAPH. 7 

with the I Song of Songs, | Which is | Solomon's. | First Turned, 
then Paraphrased in English [ Verse. | With an Addition of a 
Sacred Poem of | Dives and Lazarus. | New-York: Printed by W. 
Durell, & Co. \ [ijgo^] i2mo,pp. 199. aas. 89530 

A MS. note by Charles Evans, laid in the aas. copy, stated that he had never noted 
"& Co." added to a Durell imprint in any of his other references. 

Spiritual Telegraph, devoted to the Illustration of Spiritual In- 
tercourse. . . . Published by Charles Partridge, N'o. 3 Courtland 
Street — . . . Volume I. New-York, Saturday, May 8, 1 852. 
Number l. [Colophon:] Printed by H. Clay Reynolds, No. 208 "^^ -ff ^Q 
Broadway. Folio, pp. (4). Continued. nyp. 89531 -^ / 

Caption title. Issued weekly. The last number in nyp. is that for April 23, 1859, 
which contains the following notice of continued publication: "Prospectus of the 
Spiritual Telegraph, and Fireside Preacher, 8th volume commencing in May." For 
a izmo library edition of material selected from this periodical, see the "Telegraph 
Papers," some volumes of which were entitled the "Spiritual Telegraph." 

The Spiritual Voyage, performed in the ship Convert, under the 
command of Capt. Godly-fear, from the port of Repentance-unto- 
life, to the Haven of Felicity in the continent of Glory. An allegory. 
New York: Printed by S. Marks ^ Son. 1832. i8mo, pp. 72. 
Frontispiece. 89532 

Title from the catalogue card for a copy formerly at uts., now missing. 

Spiritualism shown as it is! Boston Courier Report of the Pro- 
ceedings of Professed Spiritual Agents and Mediums, in the presence 
of Professors Peirce, Agassiz, Horsford, Dr. B. A. Gould, Com- 
mittee, and others, at the Albion Building, Boston, on the 25th, 
26th, and 27th of June, 1857. Now first published. For sale at the 
Counting-Room of the Courier, Old State House, and by periodical 
dealers generally. . . . Boston: Office of the Boston Courier. 1 859. 
8vo, pp. 13. AAS., M., nyp. + Second edition. [With the first 
word "Spiritism." Same imprint and date.] i2mo, pp. 24. 

Attributed in Cushing to George Lunt. AAS., NVP. 89533 

Spiritualism tested by Christianity. New Haven. 1857. 89534 

Title from Cushing, who ascribes the work to Rev. Israel E. Dwinell. 

Spiritualism Tested by Science. From the New Englander for 
May, 1858. [New Haven. 1 85 8.] 8vo, cover title, and pp. 46, 
(i). Y. 89535 

The Spiritualist Register. See Clark (Uriah), no. 13386, vol. 4. 

Spitilli (Gasparo). Brevis et compendiosa narratio Missio- 
num. 5^^ Martinez (P.), no. 44963, vol. 1 1. 



8 SPITILLI. 

Spitilli. Raggvaglio | d'alcvne missioni | dell' Indie Orientali, 
& I Occidentali. | Cavato da alcuni | auuisi scritti gli anni 1590. | 
& 1 59 1. I Da i PP. Pietro Martinez Prouinciale del- | I'India Ori- 
entale, Giouanni d'Atienza | Prouinciale del Peru, Pietro Diaz | 
Prouinciale del Messico. | Al rever. P. Generale | della Compagnia 
di Giesu, & raccolto dal Padre [ Gasparo Spitilli della medesima 
Compagnia. | Con I'tcentia de^Svfer'iori. | In Roma, Affresso Luigt 
Zannetti. 1592. 8vo, pp. 31, blank verso, 17-18, 33-63. 

HEH., JCB., NYP. 89536 

Spitilli. Raggvaglio | d'alcvni A^'^si | notabili dell' Indie 
Orien- | tali, & Occidentali. | Con I'arriuo delli Signori Ambascia- 
tori I Giaponesi alii loro Stati. | Cauato da alcune lettere scritte gli | 
Anni 1590. & 1591. | Da i PP. Pietro Martinez Prouinciale dell' 
India | Orientale, Giouanni d' Atienza Prouinciale del | Peru, 
Pietro Diaz Prouinciale del Messico. | Al Rever. P. Generale del- | 
la Compagnia di Giesij, & raccolto dal | Padre Gasparo Spitilli della 
mede- | sima Compagnia. | In Roma, &' in Bologna fer Vittorio 
Benacci. \ Con Llcen%a de' Suferiori. 1593- I 8vo, pp. 48. 

Title from the new jcb. Catalogue. JCB. 89537 

Spitilli. Raggvaglio | d'alcvne Missioni | dell' Indie Orien- 
tali, & I Occidentali. | Cavato da alcvni Avisi | scritti gli anni 1 5 90 
& 1 59 1. I Da i PP. Pietro Martinez Prouinciale dell' India | Ori- 
entale, Giouanni d' Atienza Prouin- | ciale del Peru, Pietro Diaz 
Pro- I uinciale del Messico. | Al R. P. Generale della Compagnia | 
di Giesv, & raccolto dal P. Gasparo Spitili j della medesima Com- 
pagnia. I Stamfato in Romay Et foi in Brescia. | Per Vincenzo 
Sabbio. 1593. I Con licenza de' Suferiori. | 8vo, pp. 53. 

Improved title of no. 44964, vol. 11. JCB. 8953^ 

Spitilli. Recueil de quelques missions des Indes-Orientales et 
Occidentales. See Martinez (P.), no. 44965, vol. 1 1. heh. 

For other publications of Spitilli, see Carayon's "Bibliographie historique de la 
Compagnie de Jesus," 1864. 

Spittle (Solomon), fseud. Diary of the Rev. Solomon Spittle. 
. . . Boston: Published by W. S. Damrell, 25 1 Washington Street, 
and 11 Cornhill. 1847. [Verso of title:] Stereotyped by George 
A. Curtis; New England Tyfe and Stereotype Foundry. l6mo, 
pp. 54. AAS. + Second Edition. Boston: Damrell and Moore. 
185 I. i6mo, pp. 56. H. -f- Second Edition. Published in Boston 
by White and Potter, 4 Spring Lane, jar Uncle Toby. 1 85 3. 
l6mo, pp. 56. NYAM. -\- Second Edition. Boston: White &' 



SPITZBERGEN. 9 

Potter. 1853. i6mo, pp. 55. nyp. + Second Edition. Boston: 
Published by White & Potter, 4 Spring Lane. 1 854. [On cover :] 
Boston: Published by William White, No. 4 Sfring Lane, for 
Uncle Toby. i6mo, pp. (2), 5-56. H., UTS. + Third Edition. 
[Same title page imprint, repeated on cover.] 1854. i6mo, pp. 
(2), 5—56. 6 plates. AAS. -j- Boston: Published by William 
White, 4 Sfring Lane. [185-?] l6mo, pp. (2), 5-54. 6 plates. 
H., NYP. + l^Same imfrint.'\ [185-?] l6mo, pp. (2), 5—56. 
6 plates. AAS., c. 89539 

Dedication signed, Ziba Sproule. 

Pp. 53—56 contain testimonials. Title of the second edition in 55 pp. is supplied 
from the nyp. catalogue card, that copy not being available. In the Boston directories, 
Wm. White is listed as printing without Potter from 1854 to 1861, so the last two 
issues must have appeared sometime within that period. 

This work is included in the list of writings of L. M. Sargent in Sargent's "Epes 
Sargent . . . and his Descendants," 1923, and in our brief entry, no. 77005, vol. 18. 
Gushing attributes the work to Rev. George Trask. 

SPITZBERGEN. 

As the connection of Spitzbergen with American history is not close, there are here 
listed only a few anonymous titles. 

Description of a viev^^ of the North Coast of Spitzbergen, now ex- 
hibiting in the large Rotunda of H. A. Barker's Panorama . . . ; 
painted from drawings taken by Lieut. Beechey, . . . London. 1 8 1 9. 
8vo. BM. 89540 

Description of Messrs. Marshall's Grand Peristrephic Panorama 
of the Polar Regions; which displays the North Coast of Spitz- 
bergen, Baffin's Bay, Arctic Highlands, &c. now exhibiting in the 
Masonic Hall, York Street, Bath. Painted from Drawings taken 
by Lieut. Beechy, who accompanied the Polar Expedition in 1 8 1 8 ; 
and Messrs. Ross and Saccheuse, who accompanied the expedition 
to discover a North West Passage. . . . Shrewsbury: Printed by 
William- Eddowes, Salofian Journal Ojjice. 1822. To be had at 
the Panorama. 8vo, pp. 28. CAN.arch. 89541 

Histoire du Pays nomme Spitsberghe. See no. 32028, vol. 8. 

Narrative of a Voyage to Spitzbergen in the Year 16 1 3, at the 
charge of the fellowship of English merchants for the discovery of 
new trades; commonly called the Muscovy Company: with a De- 
scription of the Country, and the Operations of the Whale-Fishery. 
Now first Printed from the Original Manuscript. With an Intro- 
duction and Notes, by Samuel F. Haven. From American Anti- 
quarian Society's Transactions, Vol. IV. Fifty Copies privately 



10 SPITZBERGEN. 

Printed. Boston: Printed by John Wilson and Son. i860. 8vo, 
pp. (4), 74. Folded map. aas. 89542 

Printed from a manuscript in the possession of the society. Haven attributes the 
narrative to Robert Fotherby, because of the similarity of passages therein to descrip- 
tions included by Purchas in his "Pilgrimes," which he says he has taken from 
Fotherby. See the introduction, pp. 35 ff. 

A I Narrative | of the | Extraordinary | Adventures | of four j 
Russian Sailors, | Who were cast away, and lived six Years, | on 
the I Desert Island of East-Spitzbergen. | As related by themselves. 
Norwich: \ Printed and sold by John Trumbull. \ M. Dcc. lxxxv. 

8vo, pp. 16. AAS. 89543 

For French and Dutch editions, see Le Roy (Petr Ludovick), nos. 4.0145 and 
40146, vol. 10. 

The Surprising Adventures of Four Russian Sailors, at the 
Island of Spitzbergen. New-York: Published by Samuel Wood 
and SonSy No. 261, Pearl-street; and Sam-uel S. Wood &? Co. No. 
212, Market-st. Baltim.ore. 1822. i8mo, pp. 36. 4 plates. 

Cover title: Adventures of Four Russian Sailors. BA. o9544 

Voyage au Spitzberg et a la Nouvelle-Zemble. Paris. 1872. 
8vo. BM. 89545 

A translation of the preceding title. 

Spitzel (Gottlieb). Theophili Spizelii | Elevatio | Relationis 
Montezinianae [ de Repertis in America | Tribubus Israeliticis; 
et discussio | Argumentorum | pro origine Gentium Ameri- 
canarum Israelitica | a | Menasse Ben Israel | in [two words in 
Hebrew] | Seu spe | Israelis | Conquisitorum. | Cum celeberrimi 
viri I Johannis Buxtorfii | de Judaico isto conatu ad | Theophilum 
Spizelium | Epistola. | Basileae | Afiid Joannem, Konig, 1 661. | 

8vo, pp. (24), 128. AAS., C, H., HISP.SOC.AMER., JCB., NYP. 

-\- [Same imprint and collation.] 1663. c. 89546 

Pp. 60 and 62 are mispaged respectively 40 and 64. 

Spix (Johann Baptist von). Brasilien in seiner Entwicklung 
seit der Entdeckung bis auf unsere Zeit. Eine Rede zur Feyer des 
Maximilians-Tages in der offentlichen Sitzung der Akademie der 
Wissenschaften gehalten von Johann von Spix, ordentlichem be- 
suchenden Mitgliede der Akademie, Ritter des Konigl. Baierischen 
Civil-Verdienst-Ordens, Conservator der zoologisch-zootomisch- 
en Sammlungen, Mitgliede mehrerer gelehrten Gesellschaften. 
Miincheny 1 82 1. Gedruckt bey Michael Lindauer. 4to, pp. 44. 

C, CU., NYH., NYP. 89547 



SPIX AND MARTIUS. I I 

Spix and Martius (Carl Friedrich Phillip von). Dr. von Spix 
und Dr. von Martius Reise in Brasilien . . . fur die Jugend heraus- 
gegeben von Philipp Koerber. . . . Nilrnberg. [1847.] l6mo. 

BM. 89548 

Spix and Martius. Reise in Brasilien auf Befehl Sr. Majestat 
Maximilian Joseph I. Konigs von Baiern in den Jahren 1 81 7 bis 
1820 gemacht und beschrieben von Dr. Joh. Bapt. von Spix, Ritter 
des ic. baier.Civil-Verdienstordens, ord.wirkl.Mitgliede d. k. b. 
Akademie d.W., Conservator der zool.zoot.Sammlungen, der Car. 
Leop.Akad.d.Naturforsch., der Edinb., Mosk., Marb., Frankf., 
Niederrhein.naturf. Gesellschaft Mitgliede, und Dr. Carl Friedr. 
Phil, von Martius, Ritter des k. baier.Civil-Verdienstordens, ord. 
wirkl. Mitgliede d.k.b. Akademie d.W., Mitvorstand u.zweit. 
Conservator d.k.bot.Gartens, d. Car. Leop.Akad.d.Naturforsch., der 
Frankf., Niirnb., Niederrhein., Erl., Regensb.naturf.,d. London. 
Hort.Ges. Mitgliede. Erster Theil. Mit einer geographischen 
Charte und fiinfzehn Abbildungen. Milnchen^ 1823 [-183 1]. 
Gedruckt be'iM. hindauer. 3 vols., 4to, pp. ( 8 ) , vii, ( i ) , vii— xiv, 412, 
Volkslieder 15; viii, (2), 415-560, 563-570, 569-884, (i); viii, 
(2), 887-1388, (2), 40, folded map. b. + [Another issue of the 
same with additions.] 3 vols., 4to, pp. (8), vii, (i), vii-xiv, 412; 
xviii, (4),4i5-56o, 563-570, 569-884, 15; Ivi, 885-1388, (2), 
40, folded map. Atlas. nyp. 89549 

One or other of the issues are located at c, cu., h., hisp.soc.amer., peab., y. 

Improved title of no. 44996, vol. 11. 

Some copies are on large paper. 

The first part of the titles of vols. 2 and 3, varies slightly, and they continue re- 
spectively as follows; 

Zweiter Theil, bearbeitet und herausgegeben von Dr. C. F. P. von Martius. Mit 
vier Charten und vier und zwanzig Abbildungen. Miinchen, 1828. Gedruckt bci I. J. 
Lentner. Pp. 559 and 707 are mispaged respectively 596 and 507, and signature 72, 
pp. 561—568, is mispaged 563—570. The final pp. 15 contain "Brasilianische Volks- 
lieder und Indianische Melodien, Musikbeilage zu Dr. v. Spix und Dr. v. Martius 
Reise in Brasilien." This may also have been issued separately, b. 

Dritter und letzter Theil, bearbeitet und herausgegeben von Dr. C. F. P. von 
Martius. Mit sieben Blattern Charten und zwei Tafeln Abbildungen. Miinchen, 1 831, 
bet dem Verfasser. Leipzig, in Comtn. bei Friedr. Fleischer. The final pp. 40 contain 
a "Geographischer Anhang." 

Many copies lack the Atlas, which is larger than the book, and has an engraved title 
page as follows: 

Atlas zur Reise in Brasilien von D^. v. Spix und D''. v. Martius. Siilke inv. et del. 
P. Cornelius dir. I. Pdringer sculp, [n. p. n. d.'\ Oblong folio. 

There appear to have been several issues of the atlas. Collations with variations 
have been supplied as follows: 

B. Engraved title, 41 plates, 6 maps, one of which is on four leaves and one is 
folded, and folded diagram. 

c. Engraved title, 41 plates, portrait, 7 maps, one of which is folded, and folded 
diagram. 



12 SPIX AND MARTIUS. 

H. Engraved title, 40 plates, 7 maps, one of which is on four leaves and one is 
folded, and folded diagram. Inserted plate. 

Y. Engraved title, plates numbered 2—28, 29 (incorrectly numbered 28)-37, 38a, 
39—40, one unnumbered plate, 2 folded maps, 8 maps and folded diagram. 

Y. Another issue of the atlas at y. has 36 unnumbered plates and no engraved title 
or maps. 

Spix and Marti us. Reise in Brasilien von Dr. Joh. Bapt. von 
Spix und Dr. Carl Friedr. Phil, von Martins. Fiir die reifere jugend 
bearbeitet und mit worterklarungen versehen von Dr. Jos. von. 
Hefner. Augsburg: G. Jaquet. 1846. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. iv, (2), 
257, 2 plates; 290, 2 plates. c. 89550 

Spix and Martins. Travels in Brazil, in the years 18 17—1820. 
Undertaken by command of His Majesty the King of Bavaria. By 
Dr. Joh. Bapt. von Spix, and Dr. C. F. Phil, von Martius, Knights 
of the Royal Bavarian Order of Civil Merit, and members of the 
Royal Academy of Sciences at Munich, &c. &c. . . . London: 
Printed for Longmany Hursty ReeSy Ormey Brown, and- Greeny 
Paternoster-Row. 1 824. [Colophon:] London: Printed by 
A. &' R. Sfottiswoode, New-Street-Square. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. xix, 
(2), 327' (0»4plates; viii, (2), 298, 5 plates. 

AAS., B., BA., C, H., MUS.AMER.IND., NYH., NYP., PEAB., Y. 8955 I 

A translation by H. E. Lloyd of the first volume of the German work. 
Spix was also the author of a number of scientific works on the flora and fauna of 
Brazil, several of which are located at h. 

Spizelius (Theophilus). 5^^ Spitzel (Gottlieb). 

Splendid Painting. The Massacre of Miss Jane M'Crea, by the 
Indians; during the Revolutionary War. By the celebrated Signor 
Monachesi, from Rome. Now exhibiting, with numerous other sub- 
jects, originals and true copies of the First Ancient Masters, by 

distinguished Roman Artists, at . Admission 25 cents — Season 

Tickets, not transferable, 50 cts. Children half price. [Wash- 
ington!'] 1838. 8vo, pp. 8. BA. 89552 

Cover title: "The Massacre of Miss Jane M'Crea ..." Supplied in ms. in ba. copy: 
"Armory Hall . . . Washington." The description of the event, pp. 3—6, is from Jared 
Sparks' Life of Benedict Arnold, p. loi. 

Splicem {SsLm),fseud. Joke upon Joke, being a new and choice 
collection of Anecdotes, Bon Mots, Puns, Od[d]ities, and most 
approved Witty Sayings, Carefully collected, selected, and Noth- 
ing of importance neglected, by Sam Splicem. New Haven: Pub- 
lished by Maltbyy Goldsmith &' Co. 18 1 8. 24mo, pp. 96. 

Y. 89553 



SPLIVALO. 1 3 

Splivalo (Augustus D.). Celebration in honor of Italian 
Unity. Rome Capital. Oration delivered by Augustus D. Splivalo 
at the City Gardens, San Francisco, August 6th, 187 1. [San 
Francisco. 1871.] Svo, cover title, and pp. 8. heh. 89554 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

Spori (Felix Christian). Americanische | Reisz-beschreibung | 
Nach den | Caribes Inszlen, | Und j Neu-Engelland+ | Verrichtet 
und aufgesezt | durch | Felix-Christian Spori, | Schnitt-und Wund- 
Artzet I von Zurich. | In Verlegung | Johann WiLhelm Simlers, | 
Und I Johann Rudolf Rhanen. | Getrukt %u Zilrtch, | Bey Michael 
Schauffelbergers sel. Erbin, | Durch Johannes Bachmann^ ^^11 ' I 
Svo, pp. 174. 2 plates. 

BA., C, H., HISP.SOC.AMER., JCB., NYH., NYP. 89554A 

Pp. 91—172 contain a description of an African voyage, by H. J. Zur-Reich, [i.e., 

W. J. Miiller] with separate title page. The American voyage of Spori and the African 

voyage form parts three and four of "Vier loblicher statt," 1677— 1678. See also 

Ammans (H. J.), note on no. 1339, vol. i. nyh. 

[Spofford (Ainsworth Rand)]. The Higher Law tried by 
Reason. iS^^ no. 31758, vol. 8. C, M., nyp. 

Attributed to Spofford on p. 3 of an obituary by Herbert Putnam, reprinted from 
the "Independent," Nov. 19, 1908. 

Spofford. The Public Libraries of the United States. A Paper 
read before the American Social Science Association, at New York, 
October 26, 1 869. By Ainsworth R. Spofford. . . . New York: 
Nation Press. 1870. Svo, cover title, and pp. 23. 

AAS., C, P. 89555 
Reprinted from the "Journal of Social Science," no. 2, 1870, pp. 92—114. 

[Spofford.] Special Report of the Librarian of Congress to 
the Joint Committee on the Library concerning the Historical Li- 
brary of Peter Force, Esq. Washington, 1867. Svo, pp. 8. 

AAS., BM., c. 89556 

Spofford (Mrs. Harriet [Elizabeth] Prescott). New-England 
Legends. By Harriet Prescott Spofford. With Illustrations. Bos- 
ton: James R. Osgood and Comfany, {Late Ticknor &' Fields, 
and Fields, Osgood, & Co.) 1 87 1. [Verso of title:] Rand, 
Avery, &? Frye, Printers, 3 Cornhill, Boston. Svo, pp. (S), 40, 
including illustrations in the text. 

AAS., B., BA., C, H., HEH., HSP., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., 

WHS., Y. S9557 

Contents: The True Account of Captain Kidd; Charlestown; Salem; Newbury- 
port; Dover; Portsmouth. A note on the second preliminary leaf states that these were 
"originally published in less permanent form." 



14 SPOFFORD (harry). 

Spofford (Harry). The Mysteries of Worcester: or, Charley 
Temple and his first glass of liquor. A Temperance Tale. By 
Harry Spofford. Worcester: Published by H. J. Coff. 1846. 
8vo, pp. 36. AAS.j H.J NYP. 89558 

Woodcut illustration on printed front cover. 

Spofford (Jeremiah). An Address, delivered before the Wash- 
ington Benevolent Societies of Hampstead and Londonderry, on 
Wednesday evening, December 14, 18 14. By Jeremiah Spofford. 
. . . Concord: Printed by George Hough. Dec. — 18 14. 8vo, 
pp. 13. HEH. 89559 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

Spofford. An Address to the Essex County Agricultural So- 
ciety, at New-Rowley, September 26, 1833, at their annual cattle 
show. By Jeremiah Spofford . . . Salem: Printed by Foote and 
Chisholm. 1834. 8vo, pp. (2), 5-24. £.,0.89560 

Spofford. A Family Record, of the Descendants of John Spof- 
ford, and Elizabeth, His Wife, Who Came from England to Amer- 
ica, and Settled at Rowley, in 1638. By Jeremiah Spofford, M.D., 
Physician of Groveland, Late Bradford, Mass. Haverhill: E. G. 
Frothingham, Printer, 185 I. 8vo, pp. 64. 

AAS., B., C.y H., M., WHS. 8956 I 

Spofford. A Family Record of the Descendants of John Spof- 
ford, who emigrated from England, and settled at Rowley, Essex 
County, Mass., in 1638. By Jeremiah Spofford, m.d. Haverhill: 
E. G. Frothingham, Printer, Gazette Ofice. 1 869. i2mo, pp. 

127, (l). AAS., C, MINNHS., NYH., WHS. 89562 

Date on cover is 1870. Another edition, Boston, 1888. 

Spofford. A Gazetteer of Massachusetts: containing a General 
View of the State, with an historical sketch of the principal events 
from its settlement to the present time, and notices of tlie several 
towns alphabetically arranged. By Jeremiah Spofford, Counsellor 
of the Massachusetts Medical Society. With a map of the State. 
Newbury fort: Published by Charles Whiffle. 1828. [Verso of 
title:] A, W. Thayer, Printer. — Havei-hill. l2mo, pp. 348. 
Folded map. 

AAS., B.j BA., C, H.J HSP._, M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., WHS. 89563 

Spofford. A Historical and Statistical Gazetteer of Massa- 
chusetts, with sketches of the principal events from its settlement; a 
catalogue of prominent characters, and historical and statistical 



SPOFFORD (jEREMIAh). 1 5 

notices of the Several Cities and Towns, alphabetically arranged. 
With a new map of the State. By Jeremiah Spofford, m.d. Second 
edition — revised, corrected, and a large part re-written. Haver- 
hill: E. G. Frothingham. i860. i6mo, pp. iv, 9—372. Folded 

jmap. C, NYAM., NYP., WHS. 89564 

Spofford. An Oration, pronounced at Hampstead, New-Hamp- 
shire, April 30th, 1 8 14, at the Celebration of the Anniversary of 
the Inauguration of His Excellency George Washington, First 
President of the United States. By Jeremiah Spofford. . . . Haver- 
hilly Mass. Printed by Greenough and Burrill. 1 8 14. 8vo, pp. 20. 

B., BA., C, HEH. 89565 

Spofford. Reminiscences of Seventy Years; Including Half a 
Century of the Practice of Medicine in this Place. Delivered in the 
First Church in Groveland, June 22, 1867. By Jeremiah Spofford, 
M.M.s. Haverhill: E. G. Frothingham, Printer, Ga-zette Office. 
1867. i2mo, pp. 40. 

AAS., B.J BA., C, H., M., NYAM., NYH. 89566 

[Spofford.] A Summary of the Facts and Documents in the 
Corporation Case, (so called,) in which a board of referees awarded 
three hundred dollars, where no claim was made but for forty-eight; 
"and whatever else the referees could find." A mode of getting up 
claims for a party, before unknown, and therefore not guarded 
against. . . . Haverhill: E. G. Frothingham, Pr. 1856. 8vo, pp. 8. 

A "Notice" on verso of title is signed, J. Spofford. B. 89567 

Spofford. A Vindication of the Right of Civil Government and 
Self Defence; a lecture delivered at Bradford, Ms. in reply to sev- 
eral itinerant lecturers, on non-resistance, &c. By Jeremiah Spof- 
ford. [Haverhill:^ Haverhill Gazette Press. [18 — .? ] 8vo, pp. 
16. c, UTS. 89568 

Spofford (Paul). Paul Spofford. Born, Georgetown, (Row- 
ley,) Mass., February 18, 1792; Died, New York, October 28 
1869. [Verso of title:] Wm-. C. Bryant & Co., Evening Post 
Steam Presses. [New York.] 1870. 8vo, pp. ii. 

Printed on rectos only. H., NYH. 89569 

Spofford (R[ichard] S.). Brief of War Premium Claimants. 
By R. S. Spofford, Solicitor. The Geneva Award — to whom is it 
distributed .f' [Washington^ 1875.''] 8vo, pp. 13. aas., B. 89570 

Caption title. 



1 6 SPOFFORD (r. S.). 

Spofford. The Geneva Award. Supplemental Brief in behalf 
of War Premium Claimants. By R. S. Spofford, Solicitor. [ Wash- 
ington? 1875?] 8vo, pp. 9. AAS.,B. 89571 

Caption title. 

Spofford. The Railroad Question. State Ownership no Rem- 
edy for Existing Evils. A Reply to the Speech of Mr. Charles 
Francis Adams, Jr. before the Joint Standing Committee on Rail- 
roads, of the Massachusetts Legislature. By Richard S. Spofford. 
Boston: Roberts Brothers. 1873. 8vo, pp. 50. 

B., C, H., HEH., NYP., P. 89572 

Spofford (Thomas). 

Several series of almanacs by this maker were issued in various states, with different 
titles and with necessary variations in the tables, but with the issues for the same year 
bearing the same series number. These are here arranged first alphabetically by states, 
and chronologically under the states. 

Where the titles are similar for a number of years, they are summarized under the 
earliest. We have not attempted to locate the individual issues so summarized. 

The most complete sets are at aas. 

ILLINOIS. 

Spofford. Vol. 4. No. 2. An Astronomical Diary for 1842. 
Whole No. 26. Illinois Farmers' Almanac, for . . . 1842. . . . 
Calculated for Illinois, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia, 
Florida, and Texas. ... By Thomas Spofford. , . . Published by 
Stephen F. GaUy Lake-Streety Chicago — Illinois. [ 1 84 1 .] 1 2 mo, 

pp. (36). AAS. 89573 

AAS. also has the issue for 1843. 

LOUISIANA. 

Spofford. Vol. 4. No. 2. An Astronomical Diary for 1842. 
Whole No. 26. Louisiana Merchants' & Planters' Almanac, for 
. . . 1842. . . . Calculated for Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, 
Georgia, Florida and Texas. ... By Thomas Spofford. . . . Pub- 
lished by David Felt &* co. 24 Chartres-St. New-Orleans. Sold 
also by the frincifal Booksellers and Country Merchants in the 
Union. [1841.] l2mo,pp. (32). H. 89574 

AAS. has an issue for 1844. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

[Spofford.] An Astronomical Diary, or Almanack, for . . . 
1 8 1 7 . . . Calculated for the Meridian of Boston, Mass. . . . but will 
serve . . . for any of the New-England States. . . . Haverhill: Pub- 
lished by Burrill £s? Tileston, and sold at their Bookstore. C. 
Norris &" Co. Printers, Exeter. i2mo, pp. (36). 

AAS., E.S.PHELPS. 89575 

Nichols states that this is Thomas Spofford's first almanac. 



SPOFFORD (tHOMAs). 1 7 

Spofford. No. III. An Astronomical Diary, or Almanack, for 
... 1 8 19. ... Calculated for the Meridian of Andover, (Mass.) 
. . . but will serve . . . for any of the New-England States. ... By 
Thomas Spofford. Boston: Printed by Hews ^ Goss, Congress 
Streety {^Second Room over the Post-Office.^ [1818.] i2mo, 
pp. (36). AAS. 89576 

AAs. has also a later issue of this number, which has on the verso of the 17th leaf, 
the correction of an error in the earlier issue. 

Nos. 4 to 6 of this series, for the years 1820—22, were printed and published in 
Exeter, N. H. In the issue for 1822, the name was changed to "The Farmer's Alma- 
nack; or an Astronomical Diary." Nos. 7 and 8, for the years 1823-24, with the title, 
"The Farmer's Almanack; and Annual Register," were also printed in Exeter but 
published in Andover. 

Spofford. Vol. II. No. 2. Whole No. X. The Farmer's Al- 
manack, and Annual Register, for . . . 1826. . . . Calculated for the 
meridian of Boston, Mass. . . . but will serve . . . for any of the New- 
England States. ... By Thomas Spofford. . . . HaverhiLly Mass. 
Published by Thomas Carey ; sold by him,; sold also by the frincifal 
Booksellers, and Country Traders in the New-England States. . . . 
[1825.] i2mo, pp. (36). AAS. 89577 

Nichols states that it is probable that Spofford may have issued an almanac for 1825, 
though he has not seen one for that year or for 1 827. 

Spofford. An Astronomical Diary for 1828. Vol. 2. No. 4. 
The Yankee. Whole No. 12. The Farmer's Almanack, and An- 
nual Register, for . . . 1828. ... Calculated for the Meridian of 
Boston, Mass. . . . but will serve for any of the New-England States. 
... By Thomas Spofford. . . . Boston: Published by David Felt 6f 
Co. No. 82 State-street y sold by them.; sold also, by the frincifal 
Booksellers and Country Merchants in the New-England States. 
...[1827.] l2mo, pp. (36). AAS. 89578 

This series was continued with slightly varying titles through the number for 1844, 
vol. 4, no. 4, whole no. 28. The word "Yankee" is dropped from the title in the issues 
for 1 841 and 1843. In 1843, the words "United States" are also added before "Farm- 
ers' Almanac." The numbers for 1843 and 1844 are calculated for the whole United 
States, British Provinces, and Texas. Nichols does not list any Spofford almanac for 
1845. 

Spofford. Astronomical Diary for 1840. Pocket Almanack, 
for . . . 1840. For New England, New York, and Michigan. . . . 
By Thomas Spofford. . . . Boston. Thom.as Groom, &' Co., 82 
StateSt [1839.] 32mo,pp. (32). aas. 89579 

Interleaved. Continued with slightly varying titles until 1847 at least, aas. having 
all the issues except that for 1846. 

Spofford. Spofford's United States Farmers' Almanac, for . . . 
1846. By Thomas Spofford. . . . Boston: Published by Thomas 



1 8 SPOFFORD (tHOMAs). 

Groom <y Co. 82 State Street. Sold by the frincifal Booksellers 
throughout the New England States. Printed by S. N. Dickinson 
&" Co. No. 52 Washington Street, Boston. [1845.] ^^^j PP- 32« 

AAS., M. 89580 

Spofford. Vol. v., No. i. Whole No. 33. Spoiford's Political 
Register and U. S. Farmers' Almanac for . . . 1849. • • • Fitted to 
Five different Meridians, and calculated for all the United States, 
British Provinces, and Mexico. Containing, besides its usual mat- 
ter, a List of the Executive Officers and Governors of the States, &c. 
Election Information and Votes for President, &c., since 1789. . . . 
By Thomas Spofford. . . . Boston: Published by Thomas Groom, 
82 State Street. Sold also by the Principal Booksellers and Country 
Merchants in the Union. [1848.] l2mo, pp. (36). 

AAS., HSP. 89581 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. ' ^ 

Spofford. No. IV. An Astronomical Diary, or Almanack for 
. . . 1820 . . . Calculated for the Meridian of Andover, (Mass.) 
. . . but will serve . . . for any of the New-England States. ... By 
Thomas Spofford. . . . Exeter: — Published by NathH Boardm,an. 
Sold wholesale and retail at the Exeter Bookstore, sold also by the 
frincifal Booksellers and Country Traders in N ew-England. . . . 
J. J. Williams, Printer. [1819.] i2mo, pp. (36). aas. 89582 

Nos. 5-6 of this series, for the years 1821— 1822, were also printed and published in 
Exeter, the latter having the title: "The Farmer's Almanack; or an Astronomical 
Diary." Nos. 7—8, for the years 1823-1824, have the title: "The Farmer's Almanack; 
and Annual Register," and were also printed in Exeter but published in Andover. 
These New Hampshire issues take the place of any in Massachusetts for these years. 

NEW YORK. 

Spofford. An Astronomical Diary for 1828. The New-York 
Almanack, for . . . 1828. . . . Calculated for the Meridian of New- 
York, . . . but will serve for any of the adjacent States. . . . By 
Thomas Spofford. . . . New-York: Published by David Felt, No. 
245 Pearl-street, sold by him,, and also by the frincifal Booksellers 
and Country Traders. . . . [1827.] l2mo, pp. (36). aas. 89583 

The series of Spofford's almanacs published in New York has many variations in the 
titles. Those for 1828, 1829, 1830, 1833, and 1836 have "New-York" prominent in 
the titles. That for 1830 was calculated for the meridian of Boston. From 1831 to 
1840, with the exception of the number for 1833, they are called almanacs for the 
middle states. 

Spofford. The Long-Island Almanack, for . . . 1828 ... By 
Thomas Spofford. Nezv-York: Published by David Felt, No. 345 
Pearl-street . . . i2mo, pp. (36). 89584 

Title from Wall. From a copy in the Morton Pennypacker collection in the East 
Hampton, New York, Free Library. 



SPOFFORD (tHOMAs). 1 9 

Spofford. An Astronomical Diary for 1829. Vol. 2. No. 5. 
For Long-Island. Whole No. 13. The Farmer's Almanack, and 
Annual Register, for . . . 1829. . . . Calculated for the Meridian of 
New-York, . . . but will serve for the States of New-Jersey, Penn- 
sylvania, Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois. ... By Thomas Spofford. 
. . . New-York: Published by David Felt, 245 Pearl-street; sold 
by him, and also by the frincifal Booksellers and Country Traders. 

[1828.] I2mo,pp. (36). AAS.,H. 89585 

From the same type as the New York issue. 

The Long Island issue for 1830 has a varying title and is calculated for the 
Meridian of Boston . . . aas., h. 

Spofford. Vol. 2. No. 7. An Astronomical Diary for 1831. 
Whole No. 15. Farmer's Almanack, for the Middle States, for . . . 
1 83 1. . . . Calculated for the Meridian of New-York City, . . . but 
will serve for any of the adjacent States, and Ohio, Indiana and 
Illinois. ... By Thomas Spofford. . . . New-York: Published by 
David Felty 245 Pearl-st; sold by hirUy and by William Felty &" Co. 
82 State-st. Boston; sold also by the frincifal Booksellers and 
Country Traders. [1830.] l2mo, pp. (36). AAS. 89586 

The almanacs were issued with somewhat similar titles through the number for 
1840, except that the issue for 1833 has the title: "... The New-York Farmer's Alma- 
nack." In some years, the same almanac is issued with different imprints. 

Spofford. Stationers' Hall Almanack, for . . . 1835. . . . Cal- 
culated for New York, . . . but will serve for any of the Middle 
States, and Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois. Astronomical Calculations 
by Thomas Spofford. . . .New York: Published at Stationers^ Hall^ 
245 Pearl-st.^ by David Felt ^ Co. Sold also by the frincifal Book- 
sellers and Country Merchants in the Union. [1834.] i2mo, pp. 

(36). AAS. 89587 

Spofford. Astronomical Diary for 1839. Pocket Almanack, 
for . . . 1839. For New York, New-England, and Michigan. . . . 
By Thomas Spofford. . . . New York: David Felt &? Co., 245 
Pearl-St. . . . [1838.] 3 2 mo, pp. (32). aas. 89588 

There is an issue of this almanac for 1840 with a similar title, aas. 

Spofford. Vol. 4. No. i. An Astronomical Diary for 1841. 
Whole No. 25. The Farmer's Almanac, for . . . 1841. . . . Calcu- 
lated for New-York, . . . but will serve for all the Middle States, 
Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. ... By Thomas Spofford. . . . New- 
Yorky Published by David Felt ^ Co., Stationers^ Hall, 245 Pearl, 
and -7,^ Wall Streets. [1840.] i2mo, pp. (36). aas. 89589 

The almanac for 1842 bears the same title. In both 1841 and 1842 there were 
issues in which the imprints vary. 



20 SPOFFORD (tHOMAs). 

Spofford. Vol. 4. No. 3. An Astronomical Diary for 1843. 
Whole No. 27. The United States Farmers' Almanac, for . . . 
1843. • • • Fitted to Five different Meridians; and calculated for 
the whole United States, the British Provinces, and Texas. ... By 
Thomas Spofford. . . . New-York: Published by David Felt & Co. 
Stationers^ Hally 245 Pearl and 34 Wall-Street. Sold also by the 
Princifal Booksellers and Country Merchants in the Union. 

[1842.] I2mo, pp. (36). AAS.,H. 89590 

AAs. has an almanac for 1844 with this title. 

Spofford. Vol. 4. No. 5. An Astronomical Diary for 1845. 
Whole No. 29. Spofford's United States Farmers' Almanac, for 
. . . 1845. • • • Fitted to Five different Meridians; and calculated 
for the vi^hole United States, the British Provinces and Texas. . . . 
By Thomas Spofford. . . . New-York: Published by Nafis &' 
Cornish. 278 Pearl St. Sold also by the Princifal Booksellers and 
Country Merchants in the Union. [1844.] i2mo, pp. (36). 

B., M. 89591 

The issue for 1846, numbered vol. 4, no. 6, omits Spoiford's name, b., but there was 
an issue for that year beginning, Spofford's United States Farmers' Almanac, h. 
AAS. has two issues for 1847, and one for 1848, with similar titles. 

Spofford's Political Register, ^'^'e Spofford (Thomas), no. 89581. 

Spofford's United States Farmers' Almanac. See Spofford 
(Thomas). 

The I Spoil'd Child. | A | Farce, | in two acts. | As performed at 
the I Theatre in Boston. | First American Edition. | Printed at 
Boston, I by Thomas Hall: | sold at his Office, head of Water 
Street. \ l'jg6. \ i2mo, pp. 28. C. 89592 

Attributed by Evans to Prince Hoare, and an 1805 edition by Halkett and Laing to 
Isaac Bickerstaff. The latter edition is listed in Watt under Bickerstaff. Also ascribed 
to Mrs. Dorothy Jordan and Sir Richard Ford. — c. 

The I Spoil'd Child, | A | Farce, | in Two Acts. | As performed 
at the I Theatre in Boston. | First American Edition. | Printed at 
Boston, I By Thomas Hall — Water Street, | For William P. Blake, 
at the Boston Bookstore. \ 1796. | I2mo, pp. 28, (3). AAS. 89593 

The additional pages in this issue contain: "The Rosary. Introduced in the preced- 
ing Farce, by Mrs. Williamson;" and "Bucks have at ye all ... written by David 
Garrick, Esquire. Spoken by Mr. Taylor, at the Boston Theatre." 

The Spoils System, the offspring of modern democracy and the 
source of numberless evils to the country. \_Stamjord? 1876.] 8vo, 
pp. 10. WHS. 89594 

Caption title. Signed and dated at end: "T. S. Stamford, Conn., August iSth, 
1876." Information supplied by Annie A. Nunns. 



SPOLIATION. 21 

The Spoliation of American Commerce, first by the French, and 
then by our own Government. From the Democratic Review for 
February, 1844. New-York: V an N orden i^ Amerman, Printers y 
No. 60 William-street. 1 85 2. 8vo, cover title and pp. 18. 

AAS., WHS. 89595 

A review of the President's Message, May 20, 1826, and of several Reports of the 
Select Committee of the Senate, and of the Committee of Foreign Affairs of the House 
of Representatives, dated from 1827 to 1840. 

Spontini ([Gasparo Luigi Pacifico]). Fernand Cortez ou la 
Conquete du Mexique, opera en trois actes, represente, pour la 
premiere fois, le 28 novembre 1809, et remis, avec des change- 
ments, sur le theatre de I'Academie Royale de Musique, le lundi 
26 mai 1817. Prix, 2 francs. A Paris, che-z Roullet, libraire 
de VAcademie Royale de Musique, rue des Poitevins, «» 7. M. D. 
CCC. XVII. [Colophon:] De Pimfrimerie de P. Didot l\aine, 
chevalier de Vordre royal de Saint-Michel, et imfrimeur du roi. 

8vo, pp. 54. H., HISP.SOC.AMER., M. 89596 

On p. 2: "Poeme de M. de Jouy. Musique de M. Spontini, compositeur drama- 
tique ordinaire du roi. Ballets de M. Gardel. Decorations de M. Degotti." For the 
first edition, see under the author of the libretto, Jouy (Victor Joseph Etienne de), 
no. 36768, vol. 9. There were later editions with the libretto in French, German and 
English respectively. 

. . . The Spoon. See Westman (Hab[akku]k O.), fseud. 

Spooner (Alden [Jeremiah]). The Cultivation of American 
Grape Vines, and making of wine. By Alden Spooner. Brooklyn: 
A. Spooner (ff Co. Printers, 57 Fulton-Street. 1 846. l2mo, pp. 
96. c, NYP. + Second Edition. Brooklyn: E. B. Sfooner. New 
York: A.O.Moore. 1858. i2mo, pp. 96. c. 89597 

Spooner. Spooner's Brooklyn Directory, for the year 1822. 
Brooklyn, N. Y . Published by Alden Sfooner, at the Office of the 
Long-Island Star. No. 60 Fulton-street. May 23, 1822. l2mo, 
pp. 70, (l). NYP. 89598 

The final leaf of the nyp. copy is pasted on the inside of the back cover. A map of 
Brooklyn appears on verso of front cover. 

Spooner contributed the memoir and additions included in the 1865 edition of Silas 
Wood's "Sketch of the First Settlement of the several Towns on Long-Island." 

Spooner (Alfred). The Bonassus. An Interesting Account of 
this Wonderful, Newly Discovered Animal, taken upwards of 
2,700 miles in the interior of America; Describing the manner he 
was caught — his Figure — Diet, and numerous extraordinary Qual- 
ities, alike pleasing to the Curious, and instructive to the Naturalist, 
the Philosopher, and Historian. ... By Capt. Alfred Spooner, of 

VOL. XXIII. 2 



22 SPOONER (aLLEN c). 

New Lancaster, on the Ohio River. London: Printed for the 
Author, by W. Benbow, 269, Strand. 1 82 1. 8vo, pp. 20. 

NYH. 89599 

The dedication and concluding remarks are signed by the editor, Joseph Earl 
James. 

Spooner (Allen C [rocker] ). Speech of Allen C. Spooner, Esq. 
before the Pilgrim Society, at Plymouth, Dec. 22, mdcccli, in 
reply to the toast, "The Faith of the Pilgrims ..." Boston: Printed 
by William Chadwicky 18, Exchange Street. [185 1.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

AAS., B., BA., GTS., M. 8960O 

For a biographical sketch, see Davis's "Plymouth Memories of an Octogenarian," 
1906, pp. 284-286. 

Spooner (John Alden). The Catholic Saved from Popery. 
Being an account of the reclamation of one to the American Church, 
who had gone to the Romish Communion. By the Rev. John Alden 
Spooner, a.m., a presbyter of the "One Catholic and Apostolic 
Church." ISlew York: Depository, 20 John Street. 1849. ^'^O' 

pp. 36. GTS. 89601 

Spooner. The Death of Christians precious to the Lord. A 
Sermon, preached in Trinity Church, Granville, N. Y., Saturday, 
loth August, 1844, at the funeral of Rev. Palmer Dyer, a.m., 
formerly rector of that parish. By the Rev. John Alden Spooner, 
a.m., Rector of the Church of the Messiah, Glen's Falls, and of 
Zion's Church, Sandy Hill, N. Y. Troy, N. Y. : From the Press 
of N. Tuttle, ccxxv River-Street. 1844. S'^Oj PP- 44- 

B., GTS. 89602 

Spooner (John Jones). A | Discourse, | delivered in the Court- 
House I of Prince | George County, | Virginia; | on the anniversary 
of I American Independence, | July 4th, 1794, | By John Jones 
Spooner, a.m. | Rector of Martin's Brandon — Fellow of the Amer- 
ican I Academy of Arts and Sciences — And Honorary Mem- | ber 
of the Massachusetts Historical Society. | Petersburg: \ Printed by 
William Prentis. \ M,DCC,xcv. | 8vo, pp. 20. 

AAS., C, JCB., M., NYH. 89603 

[Spooner (Lysander)]. Address of the Free Constitutionalists 
to the People of the United States. Boston: Published by Thayer & 
Eldridge, 1 16 Washington Street, i860. 8vo, pp. 54. 

AAS., B., BA., H., UP., WHS., Y. 89604 
The AAS. copy has a presentation inscription by Spooner. 



SPOONER (lYSANDER). 23 

Spooner. Considerations for Bankers, and Holders of United 
States Bonds. By Lysander Spooner. Boston: A. Williams ^ Co., 
100 Washington Street. New-York: American News Com-fany, 
III Nassau Street. 1 864. 8vo, pp. 96. 

B., BA., C, CU., H., M., NYH., Y. 89605 

Spooner. Constitutional Law, relative to Credit, Currency, and 
Banking. By Lysander Spooner. Printed by Jos. B. Rifley, 
Worcester, Mass. Sold by M. D. Phillifs, Worcester, Mass. 1 843. 
8vo, pp. 32. AAS., c, WHS. 89606 

Spooner. A Defence for Fugitive Slaves, against the Acts of 
Congress of February 12, 1793, and September 18, 1850. By Ly- 
sander Spooner. Boston: Bela Marsh, 25 Cornhill, 1850. 8vo, 

pp. 4, 72. AAS., B., BA., C, H., HSP., M., NYP., UTS., WHS., Y. 89607 

The first four pages contain the Act of Congress of 1793 and the amendment of 
1850. The title page appears on the following p. i. There is an identical paper cover 
title, preceding the first four pages. 

Spooner. An Essay on the Trial by Jury. By Lysander Spooner. 
Boston: JohnP. Jewett and Comfany. Cleveland, Ohio: Jewett, 
Proctor &' Worthington. 1 852. [Verso of title:] Stereotyped by 
H abort <y Robbins ; New England Type and Stereotype Foundery, 
Boston. 8vo, pp. 224. 

AAS., B., BA., C, H., NYP., UP., WHS., Y. 89608 

Spooner. Illegality of the Trial of John W. Webster. By 
Lysander Spooner. Boston: Bela Marsh, 25 Cornhill. 1 850. 
[Verso of title:] Wright's Stearn Press, 3 Water st. 8vo, pp. 16. 

AAS., B., BA., C, H., NYP. 89609 

Spooner. The Law of Intellectual Property; or an essay on the 
right of authors and inventors to a perpetual property in their ideas. 
Vol.1. By Lysander Spooner. Boston: Published by Bela Marsh, 
15 Franklin Street. 1855. [Verso of title:] Printed by Stacy and 
Richardson, 1 1 Milk St., Boston. 8vo, pp. 240. 

C, NYH., WHS. 89610 

The work as issued above consists of two parts. A note on p. [5] gives a list of four 
topics which the author intended to discuss in a second volume. The first pp. 166 
complete the first volume. "Part II" begins on p. 167, and treats of the first of the 
topics planned for the second volume. Apparently the work was never completed. 

Spooner. [Letter to Charles Sumner, concerning the "Uncon- 
stitutionality of Slavery."] [Boston. 1864.] 8vo, pp. 4. 

Dated, Boston, Oct. 12, 1864. NYH. 896 I I 



24 SPOONER (lYSANDEr). 

Spooner. a New Banking System: the Needful Capital for 
Rebuilding the Burnt District. By Lysander Spooner. Boston: 
Sold by A. Williams & Co. 135 Washington Street. 1 873. 
[Verso of title:] Printed by Warren Richardson, 112 Washington 

St. 8vo, pp. 77. AAS.j B., BA., C.J CU,, H., NYP., WHS., Y. 89612 

Spooner. A New System of Paper Currency. By Lysander 
Spooner. Boston: Printed by Stacy &' Richardson, No. II Milk 
Street. 1 86 1. [On printed front cover:] Boston: A. Williams 
&' Co., 100 Washington Street. Ross &" Tousey, 121 Nassau 
Street, New York. 2 vols, in one, 8vo, pp. 58; (2), 64. 

AAS., B., BA., C, CU., H., M., MINNHS., NYP., P., WHS., Y. 896 I 3 
Title of Part Second: Articles of Association of a Mortgage Stock Banking Com- 
pany. 

Spooner. No Treason. No. I. By Lysander Spooner. Boston: 
Published by the Author, No. 14 Bromfield Street. 1867. 8vo, 

pp. 14. AAS., B., BA., C, H., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., WHS., Y. 

-j- No. II. The Constitution. By Lysander Spooner. [Same im- 
print and date.] 8vo, pp. 16. aas., b., ba., c, h., m., minnhs., 
NYH., NYP., WHS., Y. + No. VI. The Constitution of no Author- 
ity. By Lysander Spooner. Boston: Published by the Author. 
1870. 8vo, pp. 59. 

AAS., B., BA., CU., H., M., NYP., P., WHS., Y. 896 I4 
On verso of title of No. VI: "The first and second of this series were published in 
1867. For reasons not necessary to be explained, the sixth is now published in ad- 
vance of the third, fourth and fifth." Of these last we find no record. 

Spooner. Our Mechanical Industry, as affected by our Present 
Currency System: An argument for the author's "New System of 
Paper Currency." By Lysander Spooner. Boston: Printed by Stacy 
& Richardson, No. ll Milk Street. 1862. 8vo, pp. 16 +. 

AAS., BA. 89615 

Spooner. Poverty: its illegal causes and legal cure. Part first. 
By Lysander Spooner. Boston: Published by Bela Marsh, No. 25 
Cornhill. 1846. [Verso of title:] Stereoty fed by George A. Cur- 
tis ; New England Type and Stereotype Foundry. 8vo, pp. 1 08. 

B., C, NYH., P., WHS. 89616 
Verso of title: "This work will probably be continued to the fourth number." How- 
ever, we find no record of further issues. 

Spooner. The Unconstitutionality of Slavery. By Lysander 
Spooner. Boston: Published by Bela Marsh, No. 25 Cornhill. 
1845. [Verso of title:] Dow &' Jackson^s Anti-Slavery Press. 

I2mo, pp. 156. AAS., B., C, HEH., M., MINNHS., NYP., UTS., WHS., 



SPOONER (lYSANDER). 25 

Y. + [Same imprint on title.] 1846. [Verso of title:] Stereo- 
tyfed by George A. Curtis ; New England Tyfe and Stereotype 
Foundry, i2mo, pp. 132. B., heh., minnhs., whs., Y. 89617 

These two editions contain part I only. See the following title for later editions 
containing parts i and z. 

Spooner. The Unconstitutionality of Slavery, including parts 
first and second. By Lysander Spooner. Boston: Published by Bela 
Marsh,No. 2$ Cornhill. 1847. [Verso of title:] Stereotyped by 
George A. Curtis; New England Tyfe and Stereotype Foundry. 
l2mo, pp. 281. BA., c. + [Same imprint and collation.] 1849. 
B.,M. + [Same imprint.] 1853. i2mo,pp. 294. B., H., minnhs., 
NYH., PEAB., WHS. -|- Boston: Published by Bela Marshy No. 15 
Franklin St. 1856. [Same imprint on verso of title.] i2mo, pp. 
294. AAS., B., C, cu., NYP.j Y. + Boston: Published by Bela 
Marshy No. 14 Bromfield St. i860. i2mo, pp. xii, 289. aas., b., 
C. + [Same imprint and date.] i2mo, pp. xii, 294. 

c.y HEH., 89618 

Only the 1847 and 1849 editions have the words "including parts first and second" 
on the title, although all of the editions contain both parts. 

A special title page for part 2 appears on p. 133 of all of the editions, heh. has a 
copy of part i of the 1847 edition; and aas., b., m., and nyp., part 2 of that edition. 

On cover of the 1853 and 1856 editions: Enlarged Edition. Seventh Thousand. 

See also [Letters], above; and Phillips (W.), no. 62524, vol. 15. 

Spooner. The Unconstitutionality of the Laws of Congress, 
prohibiting Private Mails. By Lysander Spooner. Printed for the 
American Letter Mail Company. New York: Tribune Printing 
Establish?nent, 1 60 Nassau and 7 Sfruce-sts. Jos. A. Fraetasy 
Printer. 1 844. 8vo, pp. 24. 

AAS., B., BA., C, CU., H., NYH., NYP., P., WHS., Y. 896 I 9 
For a reprint, see pp. 53—71 of Who caused the reduction of Postage, below. 

[Spooner.] Who caused the Reduction of Postage in 1845? 
Boston: A. J. Wrighty Printer, No. 3 Water Street. 1849. ^vo, 
pp. 37. AAS., NYH. 89620 

The AAS. and nyh. copies are apparently made up of proof sheets, each leaf being 
printed on only one side. 

The introductory letter is signed by Lysander Spooner. 

[Spooner.] Who caused the Reduction of Postage ? Ought he 
to be paid? Boston: Wright ^ Hasty' s Press, No. 3 Water Street. 
1851. 8vo, pp. 71. B.,BA. 89621 

Copyrighted by Lysander Spooner, and includes a letter by him. Pp. 53 to the end 
are a reprint of his "Unconstitutionality of the Laws of Congress, prohibiting Private 
Mails." 

Spooner was also the author of later pamphlets published after 1876. 

Seg also, Spooner Copyright Company, below. 



26 SPOONER (nATHANIEl). 

[Spooner (Nathaniel) ] . The Toilers of the Sea, Sailor, Officer, 
Master. Their Labor and their Reward, with some suggestions 
towards their just appreciation and improvement. Read before Bos- 
ton Marine Society, February 3d, 1875. Boston: Press of C. W. 
Calkins &' Co., 136 Washington Street. 1 875. 8vo, cover title and 
pp.24. M., WHS. 89622 

Preface signed: Nath'l Spooner. 

Spooner (Samuel B.). The Inaugural Address of His Honor 
Samuel B. Spooner, Mayor of the City of Springfield, to the two 
branches of the City Council, January i, 1872. Sf ring field, Mass.: 
Samuel Bowles ^ff Comfany, Printers. 1 872. 8vo, pp. 20. 

NYP. 89623 

Spooner (Shearjashub). An Appeal to the People of the United 
States, in behalf of Art, Artists, and the Public Weal. ... By Shear- 
jashub Spooner . . . author of "A Biographical and Critical Diction- 
ary of Painters, Engravers, Sculptors, and Architects, from ancient 
to modern times." New-York. 1854. [Verso of title:] /. /. 
Reed, Printer, 1 6 Sfruce-street, N. Y. 8vo, pp. 27. 

B., C, CU., NYH., WHS., Y. 89624 

Spooner (Thomas). Memorial of William Spooner, 1637, and 
of his Descendants to the Third Generation; of his great-grandson, 
Elnathan Spooner, and of his descendants, to 187 1. By Thomas 
Spooner. (Private Edition.) Cincinnati: Robert Clarke &' Co. 
1 87 1. 8vo, pp. 242. 

AAS., B., BA., C, H., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP._, P., WHS., Y. 89625 

On verso of title: "Edition, 150 copies." 

A larger compilation by the same author was published in 1883, with title, "Records 
of William Spooner, of Plymouth, Mass., and his Descendants. Vol. I." In the 
Preface it was stated that if this volume received support a second would be printed. 

Spooner (William). Particulars of the late Horrid Murder, 
Of the Accomplished — but Unfortunate Miss Maria Pattan, Who 
was barbarously murdered in Fayette, (Geo.) on the 29th of July, 
(by a rival suitor) the day previous to the one on which she was to 
have been married. . . . To which is added, A Dreadful Murder, 
Committed on board Capt. Cochran's brig, the Earl of Sandwich, 
of London, by George Gilley and Richard St. Quinten, Peter 
M'Kinlie, and Andres Zekerman, mariners. Boston: — Printed by 
Nathaniel C overly, Jr. New-York: Reprinted, and sold, whole- 
sale and retail, at No. 139 Cherry-Street. 18 17. i2mo, pp. 12. 

NYH. 89626 

Half-title: "Awful Murder, of Miss Maria Pattan, by William Spooner." On 
verso is a wood-cut of the murder. 



SPOONER (WILLIAM B.). 1'] 

[Spooner (William Brown)]. Facts for the People, ^ee Mas- 
sachusetts, no. 45732, vol. II. B. 

Spooner, Review of Attorney General Clifford's Report against 
the Prohibitive Liquor Law of Massachusetts, and Speech of Wil- 
liam B. Spooner, Esq. before the Joint Committee of the Massachu- 
setts Legislature, appointed to consider so much of the Governor's 
Message as related to the Temperance Question. Boston: Pub- 
lished for the State Temferance Committee by N athaniel Noyes, at 
the Tem-ferance Depository y II Cornhill. 1856. [On verso of 
title:] Press of the Franklin Printing House, Corner of Franklin 
and Hawley Streets, Boston. 8vo, pp. 16. AAS., whs., Y. 89627 

The Review Is signed by J[ames] Porter. Improved title of note on no. 64269, 
vol. 15. 

Also : Great Temperance Meeting in Tremont Temple, Monday evening, April 
15th, 1867. Reception of Senator Wilson. Addresses of Messrs. Spooner, Wilson, 
Alley, and Miner. Reported for the Committee, by W. G. Tousey. Boston: Published 
by J. M. Usher, at the Nation Office, 27 Cornhill, 1867. 8vo, pp. 1 6. whs. 

Spooner (William Jones). An Address, delivered at Cam- 
bridge, before the Society of Phi Beta Kappa, at their annual meet- 
ing, August 29, 1822. By William Jones Spooner. 5o^/;o«; Oliver 
Everett, 13 Cornhill. Hilliard ^ Metcalf, Printers. 1822. 8vo, 
pp. 34. B., BA., C, CXJ.y H., M., MINNHS., NYP. 89628 

[Spooner.] Review of the Address delivered by Hon. John Q. 
Adams, at Washington, on 4th of July, 1 82 1 . Boston: Wells and 
Lilly, Court-Street. 1 82 I. 8vo, pp. 28. 

Attributed to Spooner in Gushing. B., BA., C, CU., H., M., Y. 89629 

Spooner Copyright Company. Articles of Association of the 
Spooner Copyright Company for Massachusetts. {^Boston? 1863.] 
8vo, pp. 22, (2). B., BA. 89630 

Caption title. Dated and signed at end : " . . . this 1 5th day of April, 1863. Lysander 
Spooner, R. E. Apthorp, Chs. Hale Browne, J. B. Harris." 

Spooner's Brooklyn Directory. 5^^ Spooner (Alden). 

Spori (Felix Christian). 5^^Spoeri (Felix Christian). 

Sporting Anecdotes. See [Krider (John)], no. 38317, vol. 9. 

Sporting Calender! The Great Match Race Over the Pennsyl- 
vania Course, in 1823. [Woodcut of the two horses and their 
riders.] Published for the amusement of the Sporting Gentry. By 
Purdy, Jr. Clerk Jockey Club. {^Philadelphia. 1823.] 8vo, 
pp. 16. 89631 

A satire on the Pennsylvania state election for governor in 1823, the winner being 



28 SPORTING. 

John A. Schulze, the republican candidate, and Andrew Gregg, the candidate of the 
opposite party. Title supplied by the Aldine Book Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Sporting Intelligence. The Race for the Mitre. , . . To the minor- 
ity, lay and clerical, in the Anglican Synod of Toronto, who have 
hitherto advocated the elective system in the appointment of Bishops, 
but whose names even are unknown to him, this little tract is dis- 
respectfully dedicated by Tintinnabulum. Toronto, iS66. l2mo, 
pp. 22. H., UTS. 89632 

The Sporting New Yorker. The Newest Sensation. . . . Vol. VI. 
Ornum &" Co., Publishers, Beektnan Street, N. Y. New York, 
February 26, 1876. . . . No. 142. Folio, pp. 16. H. 89633 

Published weekly. 

Earlier issues of this magazine at h. have the title: "The New Sensation," vol. 6, 
nos. 134-141, Jan. i-Feb. 19, 1876. With the issue for June 17, no. 159, the title 
was changed to "The Illustrated Sporting New Yorker," under which it was published 
through the issue for December 2 of the same year. 

Sporting Scenes and Characters. By Frank Forester. Philadel- 
fhla. 1857. 8^0- 89634 

Frank Forester is the pseudonyn of Henry William Herbert. Title from Halkett 
and Laing. 

Sporting Scenes and Sundry Sketches. See [Hawes (William 
Post) ] , no. 30929, vol. 8. 

Sporting Times and Theatrical News. [Boston.] Vol. 4, no. 8 1 
— vol. 5, no. 125 — vol. 8, no. 189 — vol. 10, no. 260. (Nov. 14, 
1868-Apr. 20, 1872). Folio. H. 89635 

Title and collation of an incomplete file of this periodical from the catalogue card 
at H. The volumes could not be located. 

The Sports of New York. See Snipe (Simon), Esq., fseud., no. 
85454, vol- 21. 

Sports, Pastimes and Pursuits of Canada photographed from na- 
ture by W. Notman. Montreal. 1866. Folio, 6 plates. 89636 

Title from P. Gagnon's "Essai de bibliographie canadienne," vol. 2, 191 3, no. 
2036. 

The I Sportsman's Companion; | or, an | Essay on Shooting, | 
Illustriously shewing in what Manner to fire at Birds of | Game, in 
various Directions and Situations; | and, | Directions to Gentlemen 
for the Treatment and breaking | their own Pointers and Spaniels, 
and the necessary | Precautions to guard against many Accidents 
that at- I tend this pleasant Diversion ; | with | Several other useful 
and interesting Particulars relative thereto. | (Never before Pub- 
lished.) I By a Gentleman, | Who has made shooting his favourite 
Amusement upwards of Twenty-six | Years, in Great-Britain, Ire- 



SPORTSMAN S COMPANION. 2() 

land, and North- America. | New-York: j Printed by Robertsons , 
Mills and Hicks. \ M, DCC, Lxxxiii. | 8vo, pp. 89, (2). Y. 89637 

On the title page of the aas. copy of the second edition is the ms. inscription, "By 
C. Bell." We have found no authority for this attribution. 

Announced in the "Royal Gazette," New York, Wednesday, February 5, 1783, 
no. 664, as follows: "To be Published by Subscription, at One Dollar per Volume, at 
Messrs. Robertsons, Mills and Hicks, No. 2, Queen-street, and now ready for the 
Press, . . . This essay may be confidently affirmed the fullest and most complete Thing 
of the Kind ever published; and What adds to its Value is the Work's being chiefly 
founded on Observations made by long Experience by the Writer, and on the Practice 
of the most eminent Sportsmen." Another notice in the "Gazette," issue of April 26, 
1783, no. 6S7, adds to the Queen-street address of the publishers that of "No. 9, 
CliflF-street," and says that "there are but a few Copies of the first Edition unsold." 

The I Sportsman's Companion | or an | Essay on Shooting: | Il- 
lustriously shewing in what manner to fire at | Birds of Game, in 
various directions and | situations. — And, | Directions to gentle- 
men for the treatment | and breaking their own Pointers and 
Spaniels, and the necessary precau- | tions, to guard against many 
accidents that attend this | pleasant diversion: | with | several other 
useful and interest- | ing particulars relative thereto. | By a Gentle- 
man, I Who has made shooting his favorite amuse- | ment upwards 
of twenty-six years, in Great- | Britain, Ireland, and North-Amer- 
ica. I Second Edition. | Burlington: Printed by Isaac Neale. \ 
M, DCC, xci. I i2mo, pp. 89, verso blank, (2). 

AAS., C, NYP., Y. 89638 

The Sportsman's Companion or an Essay on Shooting: illustri- 
ously shewing in what manner to fire at birds of game, in various 
directions and situations. And, directions to gentlemen for the 
treatment and breaking their own pointers and spaniels, and the 
necessary precautions, to guard against many accidents that attend 
this pleasant diversion: with several other useful and interesting 
particulars relative thereto. By a Gentleman, who has made shoot- 
ing his favorite amusement upwards of twenty-six years, in Great- 
Britain, Ireland, and North-America. Third edition. Philadel- 
fhia: Printed for the purchasers. [1792.] 89639 

Title from Evans, a copy being located at c. This is now missing. 

Gee, in his reprint of the work, 1930, stated that in 1793 a third edition was issued 
in Philadelphia, and that he "believed" that there was a copy in the Sheldon collec- 
tion at Yale. This, however, was not the case in March, 1932. 

The second edition was reprinted for Ernest R. Gee in New York in 1930, by 
Eugene V. Connett at the Derrydale Press, in an edition of two hundred copies. Ac- 
cording to Gee's note on p. iii, "The Sportsman's Companion is in all probability the 
rarest of the early American books on sport. It is of particular interest to the sports- 
man, being the first book on shooting to be published in America ... It is not an 
Americanized version of an English book, but treats of American birds and American 
shooting conditions as they have seldom been treated since, and is as valuable to the 
shooting man of today, as it was to those for whom it was written." 



30 SPORTSMAN S PORTFOLIO. 

The Sportsman's Portfolio of American Field Sports. Boston: 
M. M. Ballou, corner of Tremont and Br om field streets. 1 85 5. 
Oblong 8vo, pp. 43. H. 89640 

Title from a copy in the possession of Ernest R. Gee. 

The verso of each leaf, after the title, contains a full page illustration, that on 
the verso of p. 43 being smaller than the others. 

400 copies of a facsimile reprint were printed by Engene V. Connett for E. R. Gee, 
at the Derrydale Press, in 1929. In the facsimile two preliminary leaves are added 
and the verso of p. 43 is blank. According to Gee, the wood engravings were orig- 
inally published in "Gleason's Pictorial Drawing Room Companion." 

Sposizione Letterale | delle notizie anecdote | giustiiicative della 
condotta de' | mm. rr. pp. Gesuiti | nel Paraguai, e nel Portogallo | 
per aggiungere | Al loro manoscritto di Napoli ed alia | Stampa di 
Toscana del noto | L. P. H. n. | Anno 1759. | Barcellona. Nella 
Stamferia d' Antonio \ Michele Cervellb, al Borne. | 8vo, pp. 86, 
errata (2). hisp.soc.amer., jcB. 89641 

According to Melzi's "Dizionario di opere anonime e pseudonime," vol. 3, 1859, 
p. 93, the author was Alfonso Nicolini. 

Spot Pond Aqueduct Company. An Act to incorporate the 
Spot Pond Aqueduct Company. {^Boston. 1843.] 8vo, pp. 4. 

M. 89642 

Caption title. Act passed in 1843, see Massachusetts "Acts" for that year. 

Circular. Sir, Permit us to direct your attention to the subject of 
forming a Company, for the purpose of bringing the water of Spot 
Pond to Boston . , . under the authority of a charter granted at the 
last session of the Massachusetts Legislature. . . . \_Boston. 1843.] 
4to, pp. (3). B. 89643 

Caption title. Signed by Patrick T. Jackson, and five others, and dated, Boston, 
September ist, 1843. 

Spot Pond Aqueduct Company. \^Boston. 1845.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

AAs., M. 89644 

Contains a memorial of 1843, asking for an act of incorporation. Also includes a 
petition signed by James C. Odiorne, and ten others, dated Boston, January 5, 1845, 
begging that a clause in the act making stockholders liable for debts of the corporation 
be struck out, and that the time be extended within which the aqueduct is to be 
completed. 

To the Stockholders of the Spot Pond Aqueduct Company. The 
Executive Committee of the Association respectfully submit the 
following Report. \^Boston. 1845.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

BA., c, M. 89645 

Caption title. Presented at a meeting of the Stockholders . . . held at Tremont 
Temple, Boston, on Friday, Sept. 19th, 1845. 

Spotorno (Giovanni Battista). Christoph Colombo und seine 



SPOTORNO. 3 1 

Entdeckungen. Nach Giambatt. Spotorno teutsch bearbeitet von 
Adolf Wagner. Mit Colombo's Bildniss. Leipzig: Ernst Flei- 
scher. 1825. 8vo, pp. (2), iv, 161, advertisements (3). Frontis- 
piece portrait. nyp. 89646 

[Spotorno.] Codice diplomatico-americano de Cristobal Colon. 
Coleccion de cartas de privilegios, cedulas y otras escrituras del gran 
descubridor del Nuevo Mundo, Almirante Mayor del Mar Oceano, 
Virey y Gobernador de las Islas y tierra firme de las Indias etc. 
Habana: Imfrenta y libreria ^^El Iris/^ Obispo 20 y 22. 1867. 
4to, pp. X, 298, (i), blank verso, list of subscribers xiv. Frontis- 
piece portrait, and 3 folded facsimiles. ucal., y. 89647 

Edited by Spotorno. For an earlier edition, and an English translation, see Colombo 
(C.)) nos. 14644 and 14666, vol. 4. Published also in G. Serra's "La Tavola di 
bronzo," Geneva, 1857. cu. 

Spotorno. Delia origine e della patria di Cristoforo Colombo 
libra tre di Don Giambattista Spotorno Barnabita . . . Genova 1 8 1 9. 
Presso Andrea FrugoniStampatore-Librajo Con Permissione. 8vo, 
pp. 247. Folded table. 

BA., C, cu., H., NYH., NYP., UCAL., WLC. 89648 
In favor of Genoa as the birthplace of Columbus. For a reply to Spotorno's argu- 
ments, see F. Isnardi's "Risposta," 1838, our no. 35262, vol. 9, and also the three 
titles by the same author in the British Museum Catalogue. See also Belloro (G. T.), 
our no. 4565, vol. 2. 

For a modern compilation relating to the controversy over Columbus' birth, see the 
publication of the city of Genoa, "Cristoforo Columbo. Documenti & prove della sua 
appartenenza a Genoa," 193 1. 

Spotswood (J[ohn] B.). An Historical Sketch of the Presby- 
terian Church in New Castle, Delaware. By the Rev. J. B. Spots- 
wood, D.D., Pastor. . . . Philadelphia: Joseph M. Wilson, Pub- 
lisher, No. Ill South Tenth Street, below Chestnut. 1859. 8vo, 

pp. 39. AAS., C, HEH., HSP., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., UTS. 89649 

On p. [4] : "The folloviing discourse was delivered to the congregation in their old 
church, on the loth of May, 1854, being the day preceding that on which their new 
church was dedicated." 

Spotswood (William). A | Catalogue | of | Books, | published 
by the different members | of the | Philadelphia Company | of | 
Printers and Booksellers, | and now for sale. At Wm. Spotswood's 
Book-store, | Philadelphia: | Printed by D. Humphreys, No. 48, | 
Spruce-street. | M,DCC,xciv. | i2mo, pp. 24. M. 89650 

Improved title of no. 61521, vol. 14, entered under Philadelphia. 

Spotswood. William Spotswood's | Catalogue of Books, &c. | 
For sale on the most reasonable terms at | No. 55 Marlborough- 
Street, the fifth | house below Mr. Salisbury's | Hardware-Store. | 



32 SPOTSYLVANIA. 

Also, I a variety of the best I Stationary Ware. | To Country-Book- 
sellers and Shop-Keepers, | Purchasers for Social Libraries, and | 
others who buy in quantity, a | considerable abatement will | be 
made from the usual I retail prices. I ^oj'z'ow; I 1795. | i2mo, pp. 68. 

M. 89651 

The M. copy is sewed in contemporary stitching with the Catalogue . . . 1794, listed 
above. 

Spotsylvania County, Va. An Address and instructions from 
the people of Spotsylvania County, to James Madison, esquire. Sir, 
When the Treaty of amity, commerce and navigation, negociated 
by lord Grenville, minister of Great-Britain, and John Jay, esquire, 
minister plenipotentiary from the United States of America, was 
first made known to us, we were astonished to find that an instru- 
ment so repugnant to the interests, so derogatory from the honour 
of the United States, and which so flagrantly violates our Constitu- 
tion, should be offered to the President and Senate for their ratifica- 
tion. [^Fredericksburg: Printed by T. Green. 1 795.] Folio 
broadside. 89652 

Consists of 25 lines, followed by ms. signatures. Title from Evans, a copy being 
located at c. This is now missing. 

Spragge (J. G.). A Letter on the Subject of the Courts of law 
of Upper Canada, addressed to the Attorney General and Solicitor 
General. Toronto. 1847. 8vo, pp. 28. canarch. 89653 

Title from Gagnon, vol. 2, 191 3. 

Sprague {Miss A[chsa] W.). I Still Live. A Poem for the 
Times. By Miss A. W. Sprague. To the brave and loyal hearts, 
offering their lives at the shrine of Liberty, is this little voice for 
Freedom dedicated with the deepest gratitude and earnest prayers 
of its author. Oswego: OUfhant &' Brother, Steam Job Printers. 
1862. 1 2mo, cover title, and pp. 19. 

BA., BU., NYH., NYP., WHS. 89654 
Also: The Poet . . . Boston, 1864, bu.; Boston, 1865, c, up., y. 

Sprague (A[ugustus] B[rown] R[eed]). Address of Gen- 
eral A. B. R. Sprague, Grand Commander, Department of Mass. 
G. A. R. delivered at the Annual Meeting of the Department in 
Worcester, January 20, 1869. Boston: B. F. Bennett &' Co., 
Stationers, No. 116 State Street. 1869. 8vo, pp. 15. 

AAS., B., c, M., P., 89655 

Sprague (Charles). Adams Ode. For the Fourth of March 
1825. Written by Charles Sprague. [At foot of sheet:] Printed 



SPRAGUE (CHARLEs). 33 

at the Evening Ga-zette Office. [^Boston. 1825.] Narrow folio 
broadside. M. 89656 

Sprague. An Address delivered before the Massachusetts So- 
ciety for the Suppression of Intemperance, May 31, 1827. By 
Charles Sprague. . . . Boston, Bowles and Dearborn, 'jl, Washing- 
ton Street. Isaac R. Butts ^ Co. Printers. 1 827. 8vo, pp. 30. 

AAS., B., BA., C, n.y HSP., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., P., UTS., WHS. 

+ Second Edition. [Same imprint and date.] 1 2mo, pp. 24. 

AAS., C, H., HEH., M., P., WHS., Y. 89657 

Sprague. Curiosity: a Poem, delivered at Cambridge, before 
the Phi Beta Kappa Society, August 27, 1829. By Charles Sprague. 
Boston: Published by J .T. Buckingham. 1 829. [Verso of title:] 
Cambridge: E. W. Metcalj and Comfany, Printers to the Univer- 
sity. 8vo, pp. 30. AAS., B., BA., C, CU., H., HEH., M., NYH., NYP., 

P., UTS., WHS., Y. + Second edition. Boston: Published by J. T. 
Buckingham. July, mdcccxxxiv. 8vo, pp. 30. 

BA., H., Y. 89658 

Sprague. An Ode: pronounced before the Inhabitants of Bos- 
ton, September the seventeenth, 1830, at the Centennial Celebra- 
tion of the Settlement of the City. By Charles Sprague. Boston: 
John H. Eastburn — City Printer, mdcccxxx. 8vo, pp. 22. 

AAS., B., BA., C, CU., H., HEH., M., NYH., NYP., P., WHS., Y. 89659 

According to S. G. Drake's "Catalogue" no. 13 in the quarto series, September, 
1873, p. 7, some copies were issued with J. Quincy's "Address ... on the . . . close of 
the second century from the first settlement of the city," 1830, and H. G. Otis' "Ad- 
dress ... on the removal of the municipal government," 1830. "These three rare 
tracts are seldom found together in one printed cover, as but few were put up in this 
way, and these few for the accomodation of the city authorities." 

Sprague. An Oration, delivered on Monday, Fourth of July, 
1825, in Commemoration of American Independence, before the 
Supreme Executive of the Commonwealth, and the City Council 
and Inhabitants of the City of Boston. By Charles Sprague. . . . 
Boston: True and Greene — CzVy Printers. 1 825. 8vo, pp. 31. 
M. -\- [Second edition.] [Same imprint, date, and collation.] 
AAS., M. -f- [Third edition.] [Same imprint, date, and collation.] 
AAS., H. -f- [Fourth edition.] [Same imprint, date, and collation.] 
AAS., H. 4" Fifth edition. Boston: True and Greene. 1826. 8vo, 
pp.58. BA., BM. 89660 

The Boston, 1825, issues are distinguishable only by edition notes on covers lacking 
in many copies. The first edition located at m. has its printed cover. Copies of this date 
are located also at b., ba., c, cu., h., heh., minnhs., nyh., nyp., p., uts., whs., y. 



34 SPRAGUE ( Charles). 

Sprague. Oration of Charles Sprague, esq. delivered at Boston, 
Massachusetts, on July 4th, 1825. Cincinnati: John H. Wood, 
Printer. 1825. 8vo, pp. 19. heh. 89661 

Sprague. An Oration: pronounced before the Inhabitants of 
Boston, July the Fourth, 1825, in commemoration of American 
Independence. By Charles Sprague. Boston: Printed by order of 
the City Council, 1 825. Refrinted by John H. Eastburn, 1 83 1. 
(Sixth edition.) 8vo, pp. 30. ba., h., m., nyh., nyp., y. 89662 

Sprague. The Poetical and Prose Writings of Charles Sprague. 
New and Revised Edition. New-York: C. S. Francis &' Co. 252 
Broadzvay. 1850. i2mo, pp. (4), iii— iv, (2), 9—130, 58, adver- 
tisements 2. Frontispiece portrait. aas., b._, ba., h., nyh. 89663 

In the main from the stereotype plates of the 1841 "Writings," with two poems 
added, and a slip with the copyright of that year is pasted on the verso of the title. 

Publishers' Notice: "The first collected edition of the Writings of Charles Sprague 
was stereotyped, and issued in a handsome form, with the assent of the Author, in the 
year 1841, by the Publishers of the present volume. Its publication was somewhat 
hastened by the printing of an inferior copy in New-York, without the Author's knowl- 
edge, the sheets of which were purchased and destroyed by the Publishers of this edition 
... A new and revised edition is now offered . . . including all the acknowledged 
productions of the writer ..." 

The portrait is engraved by G. Parker from a painting by C. Harding. 

Sprague. The Poetical and Prose Writings of Charles Sprague. 
New and Revised Edition. Boston: Ticknor, Reed, and Fields. 
M Dccc L. [Verso of title:] Stereotyped by Hobart &' Robbins ; 
New England Tyfe and Stereotype Foundry, Boston. l2mo, pp. 
(2), v-vi, (4), 205. Frontispiece portrait, aas. 

Copyrighted by Charles Sprague in 1849. The portrait is engraved, from a daguer- 
reotype, by J. Andrews. 

This edition was also issued with a more elaborate binding, with added engraved 
title page and a woodcut illustration on the verso of p. 205, and without the stereo- 
typer's imprint, aas., cu., m., nyp. 

A third issue has the stereotyper's imprint, is without the portrait and the engraved 
title page, and has the woodcut illustration as a frontispiece. Of this third issue there 
are two variants. One has four numbered pages of advertisements at the beginning. 
AAS., M. The other is without these advertising pages, aas. 

All of these issues in aas. are in original binding. 

B., BA., H., HEH., UTEX. and Y. have copies of issues of this edition. 

-f- New and Revised Edition. Boston: Ticknor, Reed, and 
Fields. M DCCC LI. i2mo, added engraved title, and pp. (2), v— vi, 
(4), 205. (i). Frontispiece portrait. B., cu., H., nyh., nyp. 

From the same plates as the 1850 edition, and with the woodcut illustration on the 
verso of p. 205. 

+ New Edition. With Portrait and a Biographical Sketch. Bos- 
ton: A. Williams and Co. 1 876. [Verso of title:] Cambridge: 



SPRAGUE (CHARLEs). 35 

Press of John Wilson and Son. i2mo, pp. xiv, (4), 207. Frontis- 
piece portrait. aas., b., c, h., m., nyh., nyp., utex., y. 89664 

Copyrighted by C. J. Sprague in 1876, but in the main from the stereotype plates of 
the edition copyrighted by the author in 1849. The biographical sketch is added, and 
two poems are inserted between the poetical and prose works, the pages being renum- 
bered accordingly. The portrait, engraved from a photograph, is of the author in later 
life. 

Sprague. The Prize Ode, Written by Charles Sprague, Esq. 
and Recited at the Representation of the Shakespeare Jubilee. Bos- 
ton, Feb. 13, 1824. [Boston. 1824.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

AAS., B,, BA., CU., H., M., NYH., P. 89665 

Reprinted with other poems composed for the same competition; as well as with two 

other prize prologues by Sprague, and one each by Robert Treat Paine, and Thomas 

Wells, written for other occasions; also with a few similar English compositions; in 

the following work: 

Boston Prize Poems, and other specimens of Dramatic Poetry. Boston : Published 
by Joseph T. Buckingham, at the Ojjicc of the New England Galaxy. 1824. [Verso of 
title:] Cambridge: Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf. i2mo, pp. iv, (2), 1 1— 130. aas. 

Sprague. Writings of Charles Sprague, now first collected. 
New-York: Published by Charles S. Francis , 252 Broadway. 
1 84 1. [Verso of title:] Boston: Printed by Munroe and Francis. 
8vo, pp. 124, 3-58. aas., b., ba., c, cu., h., m., nyh., nyp., 
UTEX., Y. + Second Edition. 1843. i2mo, pp. 124, 58. 

H., nyh., nyp., y. 89666 

These editions are from the same plates. For later editions, see "Poetical and Prose 
Writings," above. 

See also Rejected Addresses, nos. 69154 and 69155, vol. 16, and 
Waterston (R. C). 

Sprague (Daniel G[reene] ). Eulogy, delivered in the Chapel 
of Brown University, on Mr. Isaac Fuller, member of the Fresh- 
men Class, who died May 20, 18 19. By Daniel G. Sprague, mem- 
ber of the Senior Class. . . . Providence: Printed at the Office of the 
American. 1819. 8vo,pp. 16. aas., B., H., nyh., UTS. 89667 

Sprague (Edward P.). Historical Sketch of the Presbyterian 
Church, in Salem, Washington Co., Nev^^ York, Synod of Albany, 
and Presbytery of Troy, by the Pastor, Edward P. Sprague. De- 
livered June 4th, 1876. Saleruy N. Y.: H. D. Morris, Book and 
Job Printer. 1876. 8vo, pp. 49. 

AAS., HSP., NYH., NYP., UTS., WHS. 89668 

Sprague (F[rederick] W.). The Governing Principles and 
Evils to be Avoided in the Presidential Election, a Discourse by 
F. W. Sprague, of Newport. Providence: Published for the author. 
1856. i2mo, pp. 18. NYH. 89669 



36 SPRAGUE (FREDERICK W.). 

Sprague. . . . Washington, the one in Prophecy like the Son of 
Man. A new light on the prophecies! . , . Frederick W. Sprague 
. . . has discovered that the personage, like the Son of Man, the 
Christian world generally have supposed from Matthew XXIV, 
Luke XXI, and Daniel VII, 13, to signify a yet future coming of 
Christ; but as hereby proved to have been General Washington. . . . 
\_N ewfort? R. 1 . 187-.?] 8vo, pp. 4. c. 89670 

Sprague (Homer B[axter]). History of the 13th Infantry 
Regiment of Connecticut Volunteers, during the Great Rebellion. 
By Homer B. Sprague, Principal of the Connecticut State Normal 
School, New Britain, Connecticut. Hartford, Conn. Case, Lock- 
wood ^ Co. 1867. l2mo, pp. 353. 

AAS., B., C, H., HEH.j M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., P., WHS., Y. 8967 I 

Sprague. Poem, by William W. Crapo, and Valedictory Ora- 
tion, by Homer B. Sprague, pronounced before the Senior Class in 
Yale College, June i6, 1852. Published by request of the Class. 
New Haven: Printed by Thomas J. Stajford. 1 852. 8vo, pp. 47. 

NYP. 89672 
Pp. 45-47 contain "Parting Ode. By Albert Bigelow, Buffalo, N. Y." 

Sprague (Horace). Amsterdam. A Poem, By Horace Sprague. 
. . . Amsterdam, N. Y.: Printed at the ^'Recorder" Office, i860. 

8vo, pp. 45, (l). B., C, NYH., NYP. 89673 

Sprague. Gloversville: or. The Model Village. A Poem. 
With an appendix, containing a succinct history of the same; also, 
biographical sketches of prominent persons and notices of influen- 
tial families whose history is connected with its foundation and 
progress. By Horace Sprague. . . . Gloversville, N. Y.: Printed by 
William H. Case. 1 859. l2mo, pp. 131, ( I ). 

AAS., B., C, HEH.j HSP., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., WHS., Y. 89674 

[Sprague (Hosea)]. The Genealogy of the Sprague's in Hing- 
ham, arranged in Chronological Order, to the Fourth Generation, 
counting from William Sprague, one of the First Planters in Massa- 
chusetts, who arrived at Naumkeag from England, in the year 1628. 
To which is prefixed a short account of the first settlement of this 
country before the arrival of the Old Charter in 1630. Hingham: 
Published by Hosea Sfrague, 1 828. 1 2 mo, pp. 48. 

AAS., B., H., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., WHS. 89675 

Signed and dated on p. 48, Hosea Sprague, Nov. i, 1828. Some copies (aas., c.j 
NYP.) have an appendix, pp. 49—60, which forms sheet "E" in continuation of the 



SPRAGUE (hOSEa). 37 

foregoing signatures, but could not have been issued with the earliest copies, since it 
is dated at the end, May I, 1829. For a further continuation, see Ralph Sprague in 
Charlestown, below. 

Sprague. Hosea Sprague's Register of the weather, in Hing- 
ham, Massachusetts, on the plain, one mile from the sea. Printed at 
Hinghatny mdcccxxxvii. Small 4to, pp. 32, (11), 64. 

B., H., NYH. 89676 

Sprague. Meteorological Journal. 1 835. Printed from a Reg- 
ister of the Weather kept according to Farenheit's scale, by Hosea 
Sprague, one mile from the sea, in Hingham, Massachusetts, by a 
Thermometer made in Boston. {^Hingham? 1836?] i6mo, pp. 
16. H. 89677 

Title from caption of p. 2, the first page consisting of a woodcut illustration of 
Reaumur and Farenheit thermometers. 

[Sprague.] . . . Ralph Sprague, in Charlestown in 1628, and 
his four sons, John, Richard, Phinehas, and Samuel, and his 
daughter, Mary. Printed for the Spragues and those friendly to 
them, [^Hingham? 1833?] l2mo, pp. (8). 

With heading: "Additions to the first Edition." AAS., C, M., NYP. 89678 
A continuation of the "Genealogy of the Sprague's," above, and must have been 
printed after April 29, 1833, since a letter of that date is included. 

[Sprague (Isaac)]. Views of the Profile Mountain and the Pro- 
file Rock, or the "Old Man of the Mountain," at Franconia, New 
Hampshire, on two plates, with descriptive letter press. Boston: 
S. N. Dickinson^ Printer, 52 Washington Street. 1 847. . . . Folio, 
cover title, 2 leaves, and printed back cover. 2 plates. B. 89679 

According to a note on the back cover, signed by Wm. Oakes, he had secured the 
assistance of the artist, I. Sprague, and planned to issue a series of similar views com- 
pleted in fifteen plates. See Oakes, no. 56387, vol. 13. For other works illustrated by 
Sprague, see Gray (Asa), nos. 28371-28372, vol. 7. 

Sprague (I[saac] N[ewton]). The Divine Arrangement re- 
specting Revivals: being a Sermon, preached at the installation of 
Rev. Arthur Granger, as pastor of the South Congregational 
Church Middletown, Conn: April 24, 1839. By I. N. Sprague, 
pastor of the Fourth Congregational Church in Hartford. Middle- 
town: Published by E. Hunty ^ Co. 1 839. [Colophon:] C.H. 
Peltony — Print. 8vo, pp. 16. NYH., UTS. 89680 

Sprague. The Duty of Sustaining the Government. A Sermon 
preached in the Presbyterian Church at Caldwell, N. J., on Sunday, 
May 19, 1 86 1, by Rev. I. N. Sprague . . . Newark, N. J.: Printed 
at the Daily Advertiser Ofice. 1861. Svo, pp. 20. £.,0.89681 

VOL. XXIII. 3 



38 SPRAGUE (iSAAC N.). 

Sprague. God's Purposes in the War. A Sermon delivered in 
the Presbyterian Church at Caldwell, N. J., on the day of National 
Thanksgiving, August 6, 1863. By Rev. I. N. Sprague . . . New- 
arky N. J.: Printed at the Daily Advertiser Office. 1863. 8vo, 
pp. 29. c., M., MINNHS. 89682 

Sprague. President Lincoln's Death. A Discourse delivered in 
the Presbyterian Church in Caldwell, N. J., on the day of national 
mourning, June ist, 1865, by Rev. I. N. Sprague, Pastor. ... 
Newarky N. J.: Printed at the Daily Advertiser Office. 1865. 

8V0, pp. 20. B., C, H.^ HEH., HSP., UTS. 89683 

Sprague (John). The History of Wars and Fightings (without 
shedding of blood) in the Baptist Church in Maiden. Written by 
John Sprague, S^. Mak. one of the members. Together with some 
poetry, never before published. ...[«. ^.] Published by the author y 
February y 1 8 12. l2mo, pp. 12. BA., NYH. 89684 

Reprinted by Phineas Warren Sprague in 1924, in an edition of 50 copies, aas. 

Sprague (J[ohn] T[itcomb]). Fort Fillmore Silver Mining 
Company, New Mexico. Capital Stock $i,ooo,ooo; or 50,000 
Shares at $20 each. A Memoir upon Stephenson's Silver Mine, 
near Fort Fillmore, N. M., in the Organ Range of Mountains, 
N. M., by J. T. Sprague, Brevet Major and Captain U. S. Army. 
With an Appendix. Albany: C. Van Benthuysen, Printer, 407 
Broadway. 1858. 8vo, pp. 40. Frontispiece folded map, plate and 
plan. H., johncrerar. 89685 

Sprague. The Origin, Progress, and Conclusion of the Florida 
y ^ War; to which is appended a record of officers, noncommissioned 

'^^^ <X'^ '^ officers, musicians, and privates of the U. S. Army, Navy, and 

'*?s'^;>'li -^ " Marine Corps, who were killed in battle or died of disease. As 

U ' t also the names of officers who were distinguished by brevets, and 

> J j* the names of others recommended. Together with the orders for 

collecting the remains of the dead in Florida, and the ceremony of 
interment at St. Augustine, East Florida, on the fourteenth day of 
August, 1 842. By John T. Sprague, Brevet Captain, Eighth Regi- 
ment U. S. Infantry. New-York: D. Affleton & Comfany, 200 
Broadway. Philadelphia: Geo. S. Affletony 148 Chesnut-street. 
M Dccc XLViii. 8vo, pp. 16, (2), 17-557. 5 plates, 5 portraits and 
folded map. 

B., BA., C, CU., H., HEH., HSP., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., 

WHS., Y. 89686 
Also : Documents respecting Capt. Sprague's book, relating to the Seminole War. 
[Washington? 1 848.] 8vo, pp. 23. nyh. Caption title. 



SPRAGUE (jOHN T,). 39 

Sprague. The Texas Treason. A Paper read before the New- 
York Historical Society, June 25, 1861, by Major J. T. Sprague 
. . .[_New~York: G.Putnam. 1864.] 8vo, pp. 109-142. 

c. 89687 

A separate from the supplement to the "Rebellion Record," vol. i. For another 
issue, see the following title. 

Sprague. The Treachery in Texas, the Secession of Texas, and 
the Arrest of the United States Officers and Soldiers serving in 
Texas. Read before the New-York Historical Society, June 25, 
1861. By Major J. T. Sprague, U. S. A. New-York: Printed jor 
the Society. Press of the Rebellion Record. 1 862. 8vo, pp. (2), 
109-142. 

AAS., C., HEH., HSP., M., NYH., NYP., UP., WHS., Y. 89688 

a separate from the supplement to the "Rebellion Record," vol. i. For another 
issue, see the preceding title. 

Sprague (Joseph E.). An Address delivered before the Salem 
Charitable Mechanic Association, on their Fourth Anniversary, 
July 4, 1 82 1, in the North Meeting House. By Joseph E Sprague, 
Esq. . . . Published by W. Palfray, Jr. Salem — 1 82 1. 8vo, pp. 21. 

B., BA., M., NYP. 89689 

Sprague. An Eulogy on John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, 
pronounced August 10, 1826, at the Request of the Town of Salem. 
By Joseph E. Sprague. . . . Salem,. Printed by Warwick Palfray, 
Jun. 1826. 8vo, pp. 48. 

AAS., B., BA., C, H., HEH., M., NYH., NYP., WHS. 8969O 

Also included in a "Selection of Eulogies ... in honor of . . . John Adams and 
Thomas Jefferson," Hartjord, 1826, our no. 258, vol. i. aas., c, nyp., y. 

Sprague. An Oration, delivered at Salem, on the Fourth of 
July, 1 8 10. By Joseph E. Sprague. . . . {^Salem,:^ Printed by Pool 
and Palfray: i8io. 8vo, pp. 24. 

AAS., B., BA., H., HEH., M., NYH., Y. 8969 I 

Sprague. An Oration, delivered in Salem, on the fifth of July, 
1 8 13, in commemoration of our Naval Victories, and National 
Independence. By Joseph E. Sprague, Esq. . . . Salem: Printed by 
Warwick Palfray y Jun. 1813. 8vo, pp. 17. 

AAS., B., BA., C, H., HEH., M., NYH., NYP. 89692 

Sprague (L. H.). Green Spring, Ohio, with the analysis of its 
water, its medical character and effect . . . By L. H. Sprague . . . 
Tijfin, O.: Tiffin Tribune Steam Job Printing Establishment. 
1870. i2mo, pp. 16. c. 89693 



40 SPRAGUE ( Lawrence). 

Sprague (Lawrence). An Address, delivered in Hallowell, at 
the Consecration of Jerusalem Chapter, and Installation of its 
Officers, in presence of the Grand Chapter of Massachusetts, July 
2I,a. L. 5820. By Lawrence Sprague, P.M. Hallowell: Printed 
by Comf anion S. K.Gilman. 1820. 8vo, pp. 23. aas. 89694 

Sprague {Mrs. Mary L[athrop]). Tribute to the Memory of 
Mrs. Mary L. Sprague, wife of W. B. Sprague, pastor of the Second 
Presbyterian Church in Albany. Albany: Packard and Van Ben- 
thuy sen, Printers. 1837. 8vo, pp. 16. 

NYH., NYP., UTS.j Y. 89695 

According to a note on p. 3, this is an "extract from a discourse by President 
[Eliphalet] Nott of Union College." 

Sprague (Peleg). An Address delivered before the Pilgrim So- 
ciety of Plymouth, December 22, 1835. By Hon. Peleg Sprague. 
Boston: Light and Stearns y I Cornhill. 1 836. 8vo, pp. 32. 

AAS., B., BA., CU., H., HSP., M., NYH., NYP., WHS., Y. 89696 

Sprague. [Caption title on p. 4 :] Argument at the close of the 
Petition of the Seekonk Branch Railroad Company, before the Hon. 
Committee on Railways and Canals of the General Court of Mas- 
sachusetts, April 9th, 1838. By Hon. Peleg Sprague. \^Boston? 
1838.] 8vo, pp. 32. M. 89697 

P. I begins: "The Petitioner in behalf of the Seekonk Branch Company is informed, 
that those opposed to the prayer of that petition are anxious to postpone the whole 
matter to the next session of the General Court. ..." 

Sprague. The Argument of Peleg Sprague, Esq. before the 
Committee of the Legislature upon the memorial of Harrison G. 
Otis and others. February, 1839. Boston: Published by Whiffle 
& DamreLlyNo.C)Cor?ihill. 1839. 8vo, pp. (2), 22. aas., B., ba,, 
H., M., NYP. + Second Edition. [Same imprint, date and colla- 
tion.] B., Y. + Third Edition. [Same imprint.] 1840. 8vo, 

pp. (2), 22. AAS., H., M., WHS. 89698 

In the second and third editions, the date, "February, 1839" in the title is mis- 
printed, "February, 1838." 

Sprague. Decisions of Hon. Peleg Sprague, in Admiralty and 
Maritime Causes, in the District Court of the United States for the 
District of Massachusetts. 1 841-186 1. Philadelfhia: T. &' J. 
W. Johnson t? Co., Law Booksellers and Publishers, No. 535 
Chestnut Street. 1 86 1 . [Verso of title :] Pile & M'Elroy, Print- 
ers, Lodge St., Philadelfhia. 8vo, pp. 666. 

AAS., H.(lAW.), NYBA, 89699 
Compiled by F. E. Parker, and Charles Francis Adams, Jr., and revised by Judge 
Sprague. The title of vol. 2 follows: 



SPRAGUE (pELEg). 4 I 

Decisions of Hon. Peleg Sprague in Maritime, Admiralty, and 
Prize Causes m the District Court of the United States for the Dis- 
trict of Massachusetts. 1 854-1 864. Vol. II. Boston: Little, 
Brown, and Company, 1 10 Washington Street. 1868. [Verso of 
title:] Cambridge: Press of John Wilson and Son. 8vo, pp. vi, 
374- c, h(law.), nyba. 89700 

Compiled by John Lathrop. According to the preface, "In the early part of 1 86c 
Judge Sprague retired from the Bench. This volume includes the most important of 
the decisions rendered by him subsequently to the publication of the first volume of his 
decisions, and some of a prior date." 

Sprague. Eulogy on John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, pro- 
nounced in Hallowell, July, 1826; at the request of committees of 
the towns of Hallowell, Augusta, and Gardiner. By Peleg Sprague. 
Hallowell: Printed and published by Glazier ^ Co. 1826. 8vo, 
pp_. 22. AAs., BA., c, cu., H., M., P. -f Second edition. [Same im- 
print, date, and collation.] ^Ag_ 89701 

Also included in a "Selection of Eulogies ... in honor of . . . John Adams and 
Ihomas Jefferson," 1826, no. 258, vol. i. nyp., y. 

Sprague. Letters to the Chairman of the Judiciary Committee 
of the House of Representatives of the United States, from Judge 
Sprague of Massachusetts, and Mr. Comptroller Whittlesey, re- 
specting an official statement by the latter, annexed to a report of the 
Judiciary Committee. Boston: 1852. Eastburn's Press. 8vo, pp. 

3^- AAS., B., BA., C, H., M., NYP. 89702 

Sprague. Mr. Sprague's Letter. To the Legislature of Maine- 
[Colophon:] Advocate Office—Hallow ell. {Washington 18^-2 ] 
^2"^«'PP-ii- B. 89703 

Caption title. Signed and dated: "Peleg Sprague. Washington, Feb. 8th, iSitt " 
Relates to an "invitation" from the legislature to resign his seat in the Senate. 

Sprague. Opinions of Judge Sprague in the Revere and Amy 
Warwick Prize Cases. {Boston? 1862.?] 8vo, pp. 33. 89704 

Title from the Boon catalogue, p. 345. According to "Decisions of Hon. Peleg 

?r//"I ' o • • • ^""■''' ^""""^ "^ '^' ^"^'^^^ S'^'" f""- • • • Massachusetts," vol. l 
1868, the Revere case was tried in February, 1862, and four different prize cases con- 
cerning the Amy Warwick were tried in April and May of the same year. 

Sprague. An Oration, pronounced at Worcester, July 4,1815. 
Je Thirty-ninth Anniversary of American Independence. By 
Peleg Sprague, student at law. Worcester: Printed by Henry 
Rogers. 1815. 8vo, pp. 20. aas., B., c, NYP. 89705 

Sprague. Remarks of the Hon. Peleg Sprague at Faneuil Hall, 
before the Citizens of Boston and its vicinity, upon the character 
and services of Gtn. William Henry Harrison, of Ohio, the Whig 



42 SPRAGUE (pELEg). 

Candidate for the Presidency of the United States. Published by the 
Whig Republican Association of Boston. Boston: John H. East- 
burn^ Printer, No. i^ State Street. 1839. 8vo, pp. 16. AAS., BA. + 
[Same imprint and date.] Bvo, pp. 20. 

AAS., B., C, CU., H., M., NYP. 89706 

Sprague. Reply of Judge Sprague of Massachusetts, to a State- 
ment of Comptroller Whittlesey, annexed to a Report of the Judi- 
ciary Committee of the House of Representatives of the United 
States. Boston: 1852. Eastburn^s Press. 8vo, pp. 10. 

Signed: Peleg Sprague. M. 89707 

Sprague. Rights of Maine Defended. Speech of Hon. Peleg 
Sprague of Maine, in the United States Senate, on the decision of 
the King of the Netherlands. TF^^Am^i'ow. 1832. 8vo. 89708 

Title from Williamson. 

Sprague. Speech of Mr. Sprague, in Senate of the United States. 
Feb. 2, 1830. [IVashlngton. 1830.] 8vo, pp. 8. 89709 

Caption title. 

"Mr. Foot's resolution concerning the further survey and sale of the public lands 
being under consideration." Title from the b. catalogue card for a copy now missing. 

^\ ^jL.:, i Sprague. Speech of Mr. Sprague, of Maine: delivered in the 

^^^^ , Senate of the United States, February 3d, 1 830, in the Debate which 

l^ * f ^ 1^ arose upon Mr. Foote's Resolution relative to the Public Lands. 

i] L Washington: Printed by Peter Force, corner of Pennsylvania 

i/l "iSiC"? ^ f Avenue and Eleventh Street. 1830. 8vo, pp. 23. aas., c, m., 

UTS., WHS., y. + Washington: Published and sold at the Office 
of the National Journal, Peter Force, Print. 1830. {Third edi- 
tion.) 8vo, pp. 23. C, CU., M. 89710 

For another edition, see no. 89712, below. 

Sprague. Speech of Mr. Sprague, of Maine: delivered in the 
Senate of the United States, i6th April, 1830, in Reply to Messrs. 
White, McKinley, and Forsyth, upon the subject of the Removal 
of the Indians. Washington: Published at the Office of the Na- 
tional Journal. Peter Force, Print. 1830. 8vo, pp. 36. 

AAS., B., C, CU., H., HEH., HSP., M., NYH., NYP., WHS., Y. 897 I I 
Also forms pp. 31—68 of "Speeches on the Passage of the Bill for the Removal of 
the Indians," Boston, 1830, no. 89222, vol. 22. 

Sprague. Speech of Mr. Sprague, of Maine, in Senate of the 
United States — Feb. 3, 1830. [Washington. 1830.] 8vo, pp. 16. 

Caption title. BA. 89712 

"Mr. Foot's Resolution concerning the further survey and sale of the public lands 
being under consideration." For other editions, see no. 89710, above. 



SPRAGUE (pELEg). 43 

Sprague. Speech of Mr. Sprague, of Maine, on the Tariff Bill. 
Delivered in the House of Representatives, March 31, 1828. Wash- 
ington: Printed by Peter Forcey corner of Eleventh Street and 
Pennsylvania Avenue. 1828. 8vo,pp. 38. AAS., H., HSP,, Y. 897 13 

Sprague. Speech of Mr. Sprague, of Maine, upon the Arrange- 
ment of the Colonial Trade w^ith Great Britain. Delivered in the 
Senate of the United States, on the 3d day of April, 1832. Wash- 
ington: Printed at the Office of Jonathan Elliot, Penn. Avenue. 
1832. 8vo, pp. 23. AAS., B., BA., M., NYP., UTS., WHS., Y. + Sec- 
ond Edition. [W ashington. 1832.] 8vo, pp. 3—22. 

cu., WHS. 89714 

The second edition has caption title only, which reads the same as the title page of 
the first edition, but has, in addition, the heading: Second Edition. 

Sprague. Speech of Mr. Sprague, on the Removal of the De- 
posits; delivered in the Senate of the United States, January, 1 834. 
Washington: Printed by Gales and Seaton. 1834. 8vo, pp. 22. 

AAS., B., C, CU., M., NYP., WHS., Y. 897 I5 

Sprague. Speech of the Hon. Peleg Sprague, (of Maine,) on 
the Tariff. Delivered in the Senate of the United States, on the 2 2d 
of March, 1832, on Mr. Clay's Resolution in relation to the Tariff. 
Washington: Printed at the Office of Jonathan Elliot, Penn. Ave- 
nue. 1832. 8vo, pp. 20. AAS., B., BA., M., WHS. 89716 

Sprague. Speeches and Addresses, by Peleg Sprague, ll.d. 
Boston : Phillifs, Sampson and Comfany, 1 3 Winter Street. 1 85 8. 
[Verso of title:] Press of the Franklin Printing House, Corner of 
Franklin and Hawley Streets, Boston. 8vo, pp. (4), vii— viii, 486. 

B., BA., C, H., NYH., NYP., UTS. 897 I 7 

Sprague. What is Treason? A Charge, addressed by the Hon. 
Peleg Sprague, Judge of the U. S. District Court for the District of 
Massachusetts, to the Grand Jury, at the March term, a.d., 1863. 
Printed for the Union League. Salem: Printed by Charles W. 
Swasey. Afril iSb^- 8vo, pp. 17. 

B., BA., cu., H., M., MINNHS., NYH., UTEX., WHS., Y. 897 I 8 

Also : A Tribute to Judge Sprague. Remarks of Richard H. Dana, Jr., Esq., at a 
Dinner Given to the OiEcers of the "Kearsarge," In response to a Toast in honor of 
the Judiciary. Printed for Private Circulation by some of the Friends of Judge 
Sprague. Boston: Alfred Mudge & Son, Printers, 34 School Street. 1 864. 8vo, 

pp. 16. AAS., H., Y. 

Sprague (T[imothy] Dwight), ed. The American Literary 



44 SPRAGUE (wILLIAm). 

Magazine. — Monthly — By T. Dwight Sprague. Vol. I. Albany: 
Printed by Joel Munsell. 1847. [On engraved title:] Published 
by Burgess, Stringer & Co. New York. 8vo, added engraved title 
page, and pp. iv, 256, (2), 269-330, (2), 335-392. Plate and 5 
portraits. B., c, cu., h., minnhs., nyp., up., whs., y. 89719 

The above volume contains six issues, July to December, 1847, a steel engraving 
being included in each number. Continued through vol. 5, the fifth being incomplete, 
containing only the numbers for July and August, 1849. Vols, i and 2 were published 
at Albany, and vols. 3-5 at Hartford, y. has a complete file. See Union List of 
Serials, and Mott's "History of American Magazines," 1930, p. 347. 

Sprague (William), b. 1799, d. 1856. An Official Report, by 
William Sprague, Jr. one of the committee of the House of Repre- 
sentatives of Rhode-Isand, upon the subject of Masonry. Provi- 
dence: Printed at the office of the Daily Advertiser. 1832. 8vo, 

pp. 23. B., HEH., MINNHS., NYH., WHS. 8972O 

According to Bartlett's "Bibliography of Rhode Island," 1864, p. 262, this vi^as 
"Written by Geo. Turner, of Newport, and presented by . . . Sprague as a minority 
report." 

Sprague (William) b. 1830, d. 1915. The Civil Tenure Act. 
Speech of William Sprague in the Senate of the United States, 
March 17, 1869. New-York: John A. Gray &? Green, Printers, 
16 (^ 18 Jacob Street. 1 869. 8vo, cover title, and pp. ii. 

H., HEH., M., NYP., P., WHS. 8972 I 

Sprague. The Civil Tenure Act. Speech of William Sprague 
in the Senate of the United States, March 24 1869. [Washington. 
1869.] 8vo, pp. 16. H. 89722 

Sprague. The Financial Condition. Speech of William Sprague 
in the Senate of the United States, March 15, 1869. New-York: 
John A. Gray &' Green, Printers, 16 and 18 Jacob Street. 1869. 
8vo, cover title, and pp. 13. 

B., BA., C, cu., HEH., M., NYP., P., WHS. 89723 

Sprague. National Affairs. Speeches of William Sprague in 
the Senate of the United States, March 15, 17, 24, and 30, and 
April 8, 1869. New-York: John A. Gray &' Green, Printers, 16 
<y 18 Jacob Street. 1869. 8vo, pp. (2), 13, ii, 16, 12, 31, ad- 
denda 7. B., cu., h., m., nyp., p. 89724 

A reissue, with a collective title page, of the three preceding titles and of "The 
National Currency," and "The Tax Bill," below. 

Sprague. The National Currency. Speech of William Sprague 
in the Senate of the United States, March 30, 1869. New-York: 



SPRAGUE (wILLIAm). 45 

John A, Gray &' Green, Printers^ l6 (^ l8 Jacob Street. 1 869. 
Svo, cover title, and pp. 12. c, cu., nyp., p., whs. 89725 

Sprague. Remarks of Hon. William Sprague, of Rhode Island, 
on the bill to extend the time for the withdrawal of goods for con- 
sumption from public store and bonded warehouse; delivered in the 
Senate of the United States, February 13, 1866. Washington: 
Printed at the Congressional Globe Office. 1 866. 8vo, pp. 8. 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. HEH. 89726 

Sprague. Statue of Roger Williams. Remarks of Hon. Wil- 
liam Sprague, upon the presentation of the statue of Roger Wil- 
liams, by the State of Rhode Island, to the people of the United 
States, delivered in the Senate, January 9th, 1872. [^Washington. 
1872.] 8vo, pp. 4. WHS. 89727 

Caption title supplied by Annie A. Nunns. 

Sprague. The Tax Bill. Speech of William Sprague in the 
Senate of the United States, April 8, 1869. New-York: John A. 
Gray ^ Green, Printers, 16 &? 18 Jacob Street. 1 869. 8vo, cover 
title, and pp. 31. c, CU., heh., nyp., whs. 89728 

Sprague (William Buell). An Address delivered at West 
Springfield, August 25, 1856, on occasion of the one hundredth 
anniversary of the ordination of the Rev. Joseph Lathrop, d.d. By 
William B. Sprague, d.d., his colleague and successor in the pas- 
toral office. Albany: Van Benthuysen, Printer, 407 Broadway, 
1856. Svo, pp. (2), 55. B., c, M., NYP., up., UTS., Y. + With an 
Appendix. Sfringfield, Mass.: Samuel Bowles &' Comfany, 
Printers. 1 856. Svo, (2), 102. 

AAS., B., BA., C, CU., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., P., WHS. 89729 

Cover title of the Springfield edition: "Proceedings on occasion of the one hun- 
dredth anniversary of the ordination of the Rev. Joseph Lathrop, d.d., at West Spring- 
field, Mass. 1856." The proceedings form pp. 57—102. 

Sprague. Annals of the American Pulpit; or commemorative 
notices of Distinguished American Clergymen of various denomi- 
nations, from the early settlement of the country to the close of the 
year eighteen hundred and fifty-five. With historical introductions. 
By William B. Sprague . . . New-York: Robert Carter &' Broth- 
ers, 530 Broadway. 1857 [-1869]. 9 vols., Svo, pp. xxvii, 723, 
frontispiece portrait; viii, 778; xxi, 632, frontispiece portrait; vi, 
836; xxi, 822, frontispiece portrait; xxiii, 860, frontispiece por- 
trait; xxvii, 848, frontispiece portrait; xxv, 578, frontispiece por- 



46 SPRAGUE ( WILLIAM B.). 

trait; (6), iii-xii, 216, (6), iii-xiv, 242, ix, blank verso, (i), 
blank verso, 134, (i), blank verso, xii, 172, viii, (i), blank verso, 
89, blank verso, ( i ), frontispiece portrait. 

AAS., B., BA., C, CU., GTS., H., HEH., HSP., M., MINNHS., NYH., 

NYP., UTS., WHS., Y. 8973O 

On verso of title of vol. 9: Cambridge : Presszvork by John Wilson and Son. 

Contents: vols. 1-2, Trinitarian Congregational; vols. 3—4, Presbyterian; vol. 5, 
Episcopalian; vol. 6, Baptist; vol. 7, Methodist; vol. 8, Unitarian Congregational; 
vol. 9, Lutheran, Reformed Dutch, Associate, Associate Reformed, and Reformed 
Presbyterian. 

The individual volumes were apparently reissued separately at various dates accord- 
ing to the demand. For example, the aas. copy of vol. 7 is dated 1856, while copies of 
the same volume at nyp. are dated 1861 and 1865. 

Beside the separate issues of volumes with the general title page, several, if not all, 
of the parts relating to different churches were also issued separately with individual 
title pages, e. g. "Annals of the American Presbyterian Pulpit." Copies of these in- 
dependent volumes have been located as follows: Presbyterian, h.; Episcopal, h., 
NYP.; Baptist, H.; Methodist, h.; Unitarian, nyp.; Reformed Dutch, nyp. "Annals 
of the Lutheran Pulpit," and a volume for the Associate, Associate Reformed, and 
Reformed Presbyterian denominations have been advertised in booksellers' catalogues. 

In the American Catalogue, 1876, are listed a new edition, 1865—73, ''^ 9 volumes, 
and one in 11 volumes, both published by Carter. 

Sprague. Catalogue of the Library of Wm. B. Sprague, d.d., 
. . . comprising a large assortment of standard books in the various 
departments of literature, many valuable theological works, illus- 
trated books, 8z:c., &c. To be sold by auction at the Clinton Hall 
Book Sale Rooms and Art Galleries. Leavitt, Strebeigh & Co., 
auctioneers. . . . June 22, 23, and 24. . . . [New York. 1 870.] 
Svo, pp. 84. aas., NYH. 89731 

The concluding portion of the library was sold at the auction rooms of Bangs & 
Co., May 22-23, 1878. 

Sprague. Collection of Original Manuscripts made by the late 
Rev. Dr. William B. Sprague. This pamphlet is printed for private 
distribution among those interested in such a collection of papers as 
is here described. Further information may be obtained by address- 
ing Edward E. Sprague, 115 Broadway, New York City. 1876. 
[Verso of title :] Press of John Polhe?nus, 102 Nassau Street^ New 

York. 8vo, pp. 15. AAS., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 89732 

J. C. Fitzpatrick states that the collection was bought by Simon Gratz, and "finally 
came to rest" in the library of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. See the bicen- 
tennial edition of the "Writings" of Washington, 1931, vol i, pp. xlix-1. 

Sprague. A Discourse addressed to the Alumni of the Prince- 
ton Theological Seminary, April 30, 1862, on occasion of the 
Completion of its First Half Century. By William B. Sprague, d.d. 
With an Appendix, containing Notices of the other Commemora- 



SPRAGUE ( WILLIAM B.), 47 

tive Exercises. Albany: Steam Press of Van Benthuysen. 1862. 
8vo, pp. 72. 

AAS., B., BA., C, CU., GTS., H., M., NYH., NYP., UTS., WHS. 89733 
Cover title: The Princeton Semi-Centennial Jubilee, mdccclxii. 

Sprague. a Discourse, delivered February 25, 1849, ^^ ^^^ 
Completion of a Century from the Organization of the Congrega- 
tional Church in Andover, Connecticut. By William B. Sprague, 
D.D. Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany. Albany: 
Printed by C. Van Benthuysen. 1849. ^^°' PP- S^- 

AAS., B., BA., M., MINNHS., NYH., Y. 89734 

Cover title: Centennial Discourse, at Andover, Connecticut. 

Sprague. An Historical Discourse, delivered at West Spring- 
field, December 2, 1 824, the Day of the Annual Thanksgiving. By 
William B. Sprague, Pastor of the First Church in West Spring- 
field. . . . Hartford: Printed by Goodwin & Co. 1 825. 8vo, pp. 
91. 

AAS., BA., C, H., HEH., M., MINNHS., NYH., UTS., WHS., Y. 89735 

The appendix, pp. 45—91, contains much additional historical and biographical in- 
formation relating to the locality. J. N. Bagg, the historian of West Springfield, made 
voluminous ms. additions in his copy of the Discourse. Through the courtesy of his 
son, E. N. Bagg, of Springfield, photostat reproductions of these notes were procured 
and bound in the aas. copy of the work. 

Sprague. Lectures on Revivals of Religion; by William B. 
Sprague . . . With an Introductory Essay by Leonard Woods, d.d. 
Also an Appendix, consisting of Letters from the Reverend Doctors 
Alexander, Wayland, Dana, Miller, Hyde, Hawes, M'Dowell, 
Porter, Payson, Proudfit, Neill, Milledoler, Davis, Lord, Hum- 
phrey, Day, Green, Waddel, Griffin, and Rev. C. P. Mcllvaine. 
Published by Webster <&? Skinners^ O. Steele^ and W. C. Little, 
Albany; J. P. Haven and J. Leavitt, New-York; Towar i^ 
Hogan, Philadelfhia ; and Crocker i^ Brewster, Boston. Packard 
^ Van Benthuysen, Printers, Albany. 1832. 8vo, pp. (2), xxxii, 
287, 165. AAS., H., NYP., Y. + Second Edition, with additional 
letters. New York: Daniel Affleton &' Co., 200 Broadway, 
M DCCC XXXIII. [Verso of title:] Sleight ^ Van Norden, Print. 
l2mo, pp. advertisements (2), ix, blank verso, ix— xxviii, 400. 

AAS., GTS., H., NYP., UTS., Y. 89736 
The appendix contains accounts of specific revivals. The additional letters in the 
second edition are from Thomas De Witt, Mark Tucker, and Charles Coflin. 

Sprague. Lectures on Revivals of Religion. By William B. 
Sprague . . . With an Introductory Essay, by the Rev. George Red- 
ford, A.M. and the Rev John Angell James. Glasgow: Printed for 



48 SPRAGUE ( WILLIAM B.). 

William Collins; Oliver ^ Boyd, Wm. Whyte <y Co. and Wm. 
Olifhant, Edinburgh; W. F. W akemany and Wm. Curry y Jun. £s? 
Co. Dublin; Whittaker, Treacher, &* Arnot; Hamiltony Adams, 
^ Co. and Sim-fkin ^ Marshall, London. MDCCCXXXii. [Verso of 
title:] Printed by W. Collins and Co. Glasgow. 12 mo, pp. (2), 
v-xciv, 25-455. NYP. 89737 

Contains an appendix, with the same 20 letters as in the first American edition, and 
with the "Introductory Essay" by Leonard Woods, which appeared at the beginning of 
the American editions. 

Sprague. The Life of Jedidiah Morse, d.d. By William B. 
Sprague . . . New York: Anson D. F. Randolfh ^ Comfany, J JO 
Broadway, Cor. ()th St. [Verso of title:] Robert Rutter, Binder, 
2)/^ Beekman Street, N. Y. Edward O . J enkins. Printer and Sterio- 
tyfer, 20 North William St., N. Y. [cop. 1874.] i2mo, pp. viii, 
333. Frontispiece portrait, and 2 plates. 

B., BA., CU., H., M., MINNHS.j NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 89738 

According to the preface, "This Memoir was prepared several years ago at the re- 
quest of the late sons of Dr. Morse. Owing to a delay in the preparation of letters of 
reminiscences by them, it was not ready for publication before their death. These 
letters, as found among their papers, are now furnished to me by Dr. Morse's grand- 
son, Mr. Richard C. Morse, and make part of this volume." 

Sprague. Memoir of Mrs. John V. L. Pruyn, by W. B. Sprague, 
D.D. Albany: Munsell ^ Roivland, J S State Street. 1859. ^^*^' 
pp. 29. NYH. 89739 

According to the Munsell Catalogue, 1872, 50 copies were printed. 
See also "Memorials of Mrs. John V. L. Pruyn," no. 66415, vol. 16, in which this 
memoir forms pp. 7—37. h., nyh., nyp., uts., y. 

Sprague. Memoir of the Rev. Edward D. Griffin, d.d. Com- 
piled chiefly from his own writings. By William B. Sprague . . . 
Albany: Printed by Packard, Van Benthuysen &' Co., 1838. 8vo, 
pp. (4), 270. Frontispiece portrait, nyh., nyp. + New-York: 
Taylor ^ Dodd, Theological and Sunday School Booksellers, 
Corner of Park Row and Sfruce Street. 1 839. 8vo, pp. (4), 270. 
Frontispiece portrait. M., nyh., nyp., uts., whs., y. 89740 

There are two issues of the Albany edition of 1838, both with the copyright of 
Halsted & Voorhees, in the Southern District of New York. In the first issue the notice 
is a slip pasted on the verso of the title, nyp. and in the second it is printed on the leaf 
itself, NYH. 

Also prefixed to the editions of Griffin's "Sermons," 1838 and 1839. 

Sprague. Memoirs of the Rev. John McDowell, d.d., and the 
Rev. William A. McDowell, d.d. By William B. Sprague . . . 
New York: Robert Carter &' Brothers. 1 864. i2mo, pp. vii, 
blank verso, (2), 305. Frontispiece portrait. 

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SPRAGUE (WILLIAM B.). 49 

Sprague. An Oration commemorative of the late General La- 
fayette, pronounced before the military and civic societies of the 
City of Albany, in the South Dutch Church, July 24, 1 834. By 
William B. Sprague . . , Albany: Printed by Packard and Van 
Benthuysen. 1 834. 8vo, pp. 34. 

AAS., B., BA., C, CU.j H., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., WHS., Y. 89742 

Sprague. Our Triennial Catalogue. A Discourse, addressed to 
the alumni of Yale College, at their annual meeting, July 25,1 860. 
By William B. Sprague, d.d. Albany: Printed by C. Van Ben- 
thuysen. i860. 8vo, pp. 76. 

AAS., B., BA., C, H., M., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 89743 

Sprague. A Sermon, delivered on Sabbath morning, Jan. 4, 
1846, containing Sketches of the History of the Second Presbyterian 
Church and Congregation, Albany, during thirty years from the 
period of their organization. By their Pastor, William B. Sprague 
... Albany : Erastus H. Pease. 1846. [Verso of title:] J.Mun- 
selly Printer. 8vo, pp. 43. 

AAS., B., BA., H., HEH., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., UTS., WHS., 

Y. 89744 

Aho the following works of secondary importance arranged chronologically by the 
date of printing, and alphabetically under each year: 

The Duty of a Christian Minister explained and enforced: a Sermon, delivered at 
the Installation of the Rev. Orin Fowler, as Pastor of the Congregational Church and 
Society in Plainfield; March I, 1820. ... Hartjorii: Printed by Lincoln & Stone. 

1820. 8vO, pp. 32. AAS., B., UTS., Y. 

A Sermon, preached January 3, 1821, at the Interment of the Reverend Joseph 
Lathrop, d.d. Senior Pastor of the First Church in West-Springfield. . . . Hartford: 
Printed by S. Lincoln, m dccc xxi. 8vo, pp. 34. aas., b., ba., h., m., nyh., uts., 

WHS., Y. 

A Sermon, preached May 15, 1821. At the Interment of Mrs. Elizabeth Lathrop, 
Relict of the Rev. Joseph Lathrop, d.d. . . . Springfield: A. G. Tannatt i£f Co. Printers. 

MDCCCXXI. 8v0, pp. 24. AAS., H., HEH., M., NYH., WHS., Y. 

The Tribute of a Mourning Husband. A Sermon, delivered at West-Springfield, 
July I, 1821, the Sabbath after the interment of Mrs. Charlotte E. Sprague, by her 
bereaved husband, William B. Sprague. Netv-York: Wiley and Hoisted 3, Wall- 
Street. 182I. 8V0, pp. 27. AAS., H., NYH., Y. 

The Danger of Evil Company: A Sermon, preached in West Springfield, March 
30th, 1823. . . . Boston: Wells and Lilly, Court-Street. 1823. 8vo, pp. 35. h., nyh., 

NYP., UTS., WHS., Y. 

A Sermon, preached In Springfield, August 28, 1823; at the Annual Meeting of the 
Bible Society, the Foreign Missionary Society, and the Education Society, of the 
County of Hampden. . . . Springfield: Published at the Jour^ial Office. William H. 
Cooke, Printer. 1823. 8vo, pp. 30. aas., h., heh., nyp., uts., y. 

The Claims of Past and Future Generations on Civil Rulers. A Sermon, Preached 
at The Annual Election, May 25, 1825. Before His Honor Marcus Morton, Esq. 
Lieutenant Governor, the Honorable Council, and the Legislature of Massachusetts. 



50 SPRAGUE ( WILLIAM B.). 

. . . Boston: Printed by True and Greene, Printers to the State. 1825. 8vo, pp. 36. 

AAS., B.J BA., CU., H.J M.j MlNNHS.j NYH.j NYP.j UTS., WHS.j Y. 

A Sermon delivered at the Ordination of the Reverend Wales Tileston, to the 
Pastoral Care of the Congregational Church in Charlemont, March 16, 1825. ... 
Hartford: Printed by Goodwin & Co. 1825. 8vo, pp. 24. aas.j B., c, nyp., uTs. 

The purpose of God in afflicting Ministers: a Sermon, preached at South Hadley, 
April 30, 1826, the Sabbath immediately succeeding the death of Mrs. Abigail E. 
Boies, wife of the Reverend Artemas Boies. . . . Hartford: Printed by Goodwin & 

Co. 1826. 8vO, pp. 24. B.J BA.j NYH.J NYP.j UTS.j Y. 

Wicked Men ensnared by themselves. A Sermon preached, December 16, 1825, in 
the Second Parish of West Springfield, at the Interment of Samuel Leonard, and 
Mrs. Harriet Leonard, his wife; the former of whom murdered the latter, and then 
committed suicide. With an Appendix containing an account of the horrid transaction. 
... Springfield: Tannatt & Co. Printers. 1826. 8vo, pp. 44. ba., h., heh., m., y. 
-\~ Second Edition. [Same imprint, date and collation.] aas., nyh. -i" Third Edi- 
tion. [Same imprint, date and collation.] b. 

Character of Jesus Christ. A Sermon delivered June 13, 1827, before the Hampden 
Association of Ministers ... Hartford: Printed by Goodwin & Co. 1 827. 8vo, 

pp. 3 I . BA.j HEH.j NYH.j NYP.j UTS.j Y. 

The Gospel the Wisdom of God. A Sermon preached at Salem, February 14, 1827, 
at the Ordination of the Rev. John P. Cleaveland, as Pastor of the Tabernacle Church. 
. . . Salem : Published by W hippie and Lawrence. T. R. Marvin, Printer, Boston. 

1827. 8vO, pp. 39, (l). AAS.j B.J BA.J CU., H., M.j NYH.j NYP.j UTS.j Y. 

Intemperance, a just cause for alarm and exertion. A Sermon, preached at West 
Springfield, April 5th, 1827, the day of the Annual Fast. . . . Netv-York: Printed by 
J. Seymour, John-Street. 1827. 8vo, pp. 26. aas., ba.j h.j heh.j m.j uts.j y. 

Religious Celebration of Independence: a Discourse delivered at Northampton, on 
the Fourth of July, 1827. ... Hartford: Printed by Goodwin & Co. 1827. 8vo, 

pp. 29. H.j M.j MINNHS.j NYH.j NYP.j UTS., Y. 

An Address delivered in the South Dutch Church, Albany, October 6, 1829, on the 
Anniversary of the County Sabbath School Union. Albany. 1829. i2mo, pp. 21. 
am.cong.ass.j bm. Title from Dexter's Yale Graduates, vol. 6, p. 804. 

Causes of an Unsuccessful Ministry: Two Sermons, addressed to the Second Pres- 
byterian Congregation in the city of Albany, August 30, 1829; the Sabbath imme- 
diately succeeding the author's induction as their pastor. ... Albany: Printed by 
Packard and Van Benthuysen. 1829. 8vo, pp. 49. B., ba., nyp.j uts.j whs.j y. 

Power of Divine Truth. A Sermon preached at Greenfield, January 21, 1829, at 
the ordination of the Reverend Caleb Sprague Henry, as pastor of the Second Con- 
gregational Church in that place. . . . Hartford, Printed by Philemon Canfield. 1829. 

8V0, pp. 30. M.J NYP.J UTS.J Y. 

A Sermon preached at West Springfield, on the resignation of the author's pastoral 
charge, July 26, 1829. . . . Boston: T. R. Marvin, Printer, 32, Congress Street. 1829. 
8vo, pp. 39. B.J H.j m.j NYH.j UTS.j y. 

A Sermon preached January 14, 1829, at the Dedication of the new house for pub- 
lic worship, erected by the Evangelical Congregational Church and Society In Barre; 
and at the Ordination of the Rev. John Storrs, as their Pastor. . . . Hartford, Hudson 
and Skinner, Printers, mdcccxxix. 8vo, pp. 32. aas., B., heh., nyp.j whs. 

A Discourse delivered at Castleton, May 27, 1830, at the opening of the Vermont 
Classical Seminary. ... Albany: Printed by Packard and Van Benthuysen. 1830. 

8vo, pp. 27, (l). B.J H.j M.J NYH.j NYP.j UTS.j Y. 

A Sermon, addressed to the Second Congregational Society, in Greenwich, Connec- 
ticut, September i, 1830, at the Installation of the Reverend Joel Mann, as their 
Pastor. . . . Albany: Printed by Packard and Van Benthuysen. 1 830. 8vo, pp. 22. 

AAS., B., BA., NYP., UTS. 



SPRAGUE ( WILLIAM B.). 5 I 

A Sermon, addressed to the Second Presbyterian Congregation In Albany, on the 
Fourth of July, 1830. . . . Albany: Printed by Packard and Van Benthuysen. 1830. 

8vO, pp. 17. AAS., B., C, M., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 

A Discourse, delivered on Sabbath evening, March 17, 1833, in St. Peter's Church, 
in aid of the Albany Apprentices' Library, at the request of the Trustees. . . . Albany: 
Printed by Hosjord and Wait. 1833. 8vo, pp. (2), Z5. Aas., B., ba., nyp., Y. 

A Sermon delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church in the city of Albany, June 
2, 1833, the Sabbath immediately succeeding the death of Mr. John Bulkley, aged 
nineteen years, member of the Senior Class in Amherst College. . . . Albany : Printed 
by Hosjord and Wait. 1833. 8vo, pp. (4), 3—25. b., heh., nyh., nyp., y. 

A Sermon, preached at the Dedication of the New Congregational Church, in An- 
dover, Connecticut, October 28, 1833. ... Albany: Printed by Packard and Van 
Benthuysen. 1833. 8vo, pp. 26. aas., m., nyp., y. 

A Sermon preached in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, Sabbath evening, 
May II, 1834, and repeated, by special request, on the ensuing Tuesday evening, in 
the Second Reformed Dutch Church, in behalf of the Polish Exiles lately arrived in 
this Country. . . . Albany: Printed by Packard and Van Benthuysen. 1834. 8vo, pp. 

(4), 16. AAS., B., M., nyp., UTS., Y. 

Danger of being over wise. A Sermon preached June 7th, 1835, in the Second 
Presbyterian Church in Albany. . . . Albany : Printed by Packard and Van Benthuysen. 
1835. 8vo, pp. 27. B., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. Relates to the exclusion of wine from the 
Lord's Supper. For a review of this sermon, see Sargent (L.M.), no. 77007, vol. 18. 
AAS., GTS., H., M. See also the two following titles. 

Dr. Sprague's Appeal to the Public in relation to the charges made against him in 
Zion's Herald: together with the Resolutions adopted at a meeting of the Second 
Presbyterian Congregation in Albany, in defence of their pastor. Originally pub- 
lished in the three Albany daily papers. Albany: Printed by Packard and Van 
Benthuysen. 1835. 8vo, pp. 12. nyp., Y. 

Dr. Sprague's Reply to Professor Stuart's Letter addressed to him through the 
American Temperance Intelligencer of August, 1835, relative to his late Sermon on 
the Exclusion of Wine from the Lord's Supper. Albany: Printed by Packard and 
Van Benthuysen. 1835. 8vo, pp. 29. aas., b., h., nyh., nyp., uts., whs., y. Relates 
to Sprague's sermon, "Danger of being over wise," preached June 7th, 1835, see 
above. 

Religious Ultraism: a Sermon delivered August 25, 1835, at the Installation of the 
Rev. John H. Hunter, as Pastor of the First Congregational Church in West Spring- 
field, Massachusetts. ... Albany: Printed by Packard and Van Benthuysen. 1835. 

8vO., pp. 47. AAS., B., NYH., nyp., UTS., Y. 

Correspondence, &c. between E. C. Delavan and the Rev. Dr. Sprague. Albany, 
January 10, 1837. To the Friends of Temperance in the State of New-York. [Albany? 
1837.] 8vo, pp. 8. BA. 

A Sermon addressed to the Second Presbyterian Congregation in Albany, April 23, 
1837, the Sabbath after the interment of Mrs. Ruth Savage, wife of the Hon. John 
Savage, late Chief Justice of the state of New-York. . . . Albany: Packard & Van 
Benthuysen, Printers. 1 837. 8vo, pp. 20. B., nyh., nyp., uts., whs., y. 

A Sermon, delivered March 22, 1837, at the Ordination and Installation of the 
Rev. Montgomery T. Goodale, as Pastor of the Presbyterian Church in Amsterdam 
Village. ... Albany: Printed by Packard & Van Benthuysen. 1837. 8vo, pp. 12. 

AAS., B., nyp. 

An Address delivered on the evening of December 4, 1838, before the Young 
Men's Association for Mutual Improvement in Albany, as introductory to their An- 
nual Course of Lectures. . . . Albany : Printed by Alfred Southzvick, Elm Tree Press, 
corner of State and North Pearl-Streets. 1838. 8vo, pp. 30. aas., b., cu., heh., m., 

NYP., WHS. 



52 SPRAGUE ( WILLIAM B.). 

A Sermon addressed to the Second Presbyterian Congregation in Albany, March 4, 
1838, the Sabbath after intelligence was received that the Hon. Jonathan Cilley, 
Member of Congress from Maine, had been murdered in a Duel with the Hon. 
William J. Graves, Member from Kentucky. . . . Albany: Printed by Packard and 
Van Benthuysen. 1838. 8vo, pp. (2), 15. aas., b., h., m., nyp., Y. + Albany: 
Printed by Joel Munsell, 1838. 8vo, pp. 16. ba., gts., h., heh., m., nyh., nyp., 
u.CHic, WHS., Y. In the title of the second edition listed above, the word "shot" is 
substituted for "murdered." 

Religion and Rank: a Sermon addressed to the Second Presbyterian Congregation 
in Albany, February 3, 1839, the Sabbath immediately succeeding the funeral of the 
Hon. Stephen Van Rensselaer. ... Albany: Printed by Packard, Van Benthuysen 
and Co. 1839. 8vo, pp. 33. aas., b., ba., c, m., nyp., uts., whs., y. 

A Sermon delivered December 19, 1838, at the Ordination of the Rev. A. Augustus 
Wood, as Pastor of the First Congregational Church, West-Springfield. . . . Albany : 
Printed by Packard, Van Benthuysen & Co. 1839. 8vo, pp. 31. aas., b., heh., 

NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 

A Mind in Ruins. A Sermon occasioned by the death of Richard Marvin, Esq. and 
addressed to the Second Presbyterian Congregation in Albany, August 23, 1840, the 
Sabbath immediately succeeding his interment. . . . Albany : Printed by Charles Van 
Benthuysen. 1840. 8vo, pp. 24. aas., b., ba., nyh., nyp. 

Voice of the Rod: A Sermon, delivered at Albany, May 14, 1841, the day of the 
National Fast, occasioned by the death of the late William Henry Harrison, Presi- 
dent of the United States. . . . Albany: Printed by C. Van Benthuysen. 1 841. 8vo, 
pp. 28. b., c, h., m., nyh., nyp., uts., whs. 

An Address delivered August 16, 1843, before the Society of Phi Beta Kappa in Yale 
College. . . . New Haven: Printed by B. L. Hamleti. 1843. 8vo, pp. 48. aas., b., 

BA., C, CU., H., heh., M., MINNHS., NYP., P., UTS., Y. 

A Sermon, addressed to the Fourth Presbyterian Congregation in Albany, on Sab- 
bath evening, January i, 1843, in consequence of the death of their pastor. Rev. 
Edward D. Allen. ... With the Addresses delivered at the funeral. Albany: Pub- 
lished by Erastus H. Pease, No. 82 State Street. 1843. 8vo, pp. 62. AAS., B., BA., h., 
HEH., M., NYH., NYP., UTS., WHS., Y. According to the Munsell Catalogue, 1872, the 
above is a Munsell imprint. 

A Sermon addressed to the Second Presbyterian Congregation in Albany, Novem- 
ber 26, 1843, in consequence of the death of James M'Clure, Esq. ... Albany: 
Printed by C. Van Benthuysen and Co. 1843. 8vo, pp. 33, blank verso, (l). aas., 
B., NYH., NYP. The final unnumbered page contains a poem with heading: "Lines 
suggested by the death of James McClure. By Miss A. D. Woodbridge." 

A Sermon delivered in connection with the anniversary of the Foreign Evangelical 
Society, in the Reformed Dutch Church, Lafayette Place, New-York, on Sabbath eve- 
ning, May 7, 1843; and subsequently repeated, by request of said Society, in Albany 
and Philadelphia. . . . New-York: Published by John S. Taylor & Co. 145 Nassau- 
Street. 1843. [Verso of title:] Hopkins & Jennings, Printers, University Press, 
No. Ill Fulton-Street, New-York. 8vo, pp. 55. aas., b., gts., h., m., nyh., nyp., 

UTS., WHS., Y. 

An Address delivered at the Close of the Annual Examination of the Young Ladles' 
Institute, Pittsfield, Mass. September 28, 1844. . . . Pitts field: E. P. Little, Publisher. 
1844. [Verso of title:] G. Van Benthuysen and Co., Printers, Albany. 8vo, pp. 32. 

AAS., M., NYP., UTS. 

A Discourse on True Magnanimity, addressed particularly to Young Men, and de- 
livered in the Second Presbyterian Church in Albany, February 25, 1844. . . . Albany: 
Published by Erastus H. Pease. 1844. [Verso of title:] C. Van Benthuysen & Co's 
Print. 8vo, pp. 56. B., c, nyh., nyp., uts., whs., y. 

A Discourse pronounced July 30, 1844, before the Philomathesian Society in Mid- 



SPRAGUE ( WILLIAM B.). 53 

dlebury College. . . . Albany: Erastus H. Pease, 1844. [Verso of title:] Printed by 
C. Van Benthuysen and Co. 8vo, pp. 67. b., h., m., nyh., nyp., y. 

A Sermon on the danger of political strife, addressed to the Second Presbyterian 
Congregation, Albany, Oct. 13, 1844. . . . Albany: Printed by Munsell and Tanner, 
No. 58 State Street. 1844. 8vo, pp. 23. aas., b., m., nyh., whs., y. 

An Address, delivered April 11, 1845, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, 
on occasion of the interment of Mr. William Davis, Misses Lucinda and Anna Wood, 
and Miss Mary Anne Torrey, who perished in the wreck of the Steam Boat Swallow, 
on the evening of the 7th. . . . Albany: Erastus H. Pease, No. 82 State State [sic]. 
1845. [Verso of title:] Printed by Munsell and Tanner, No. 58 State Street. 8vo, 
pp. 30. HEH., M., NYH., NYP., Y. Pp. 25— 30 Comprise an appendix, giving an account 
of the disaster. 

A Discourse delivered on Sabbath evening, August 17, 1845, before the Mills 
Society of Inquiry, and the Theological Society, of Williams College. ... Albany: 
Printed by C. Van Benthuysen and Co. 1 845. 8vo, pp. 58. b., nyh., uts., y. 

Les Oracles vivants, par William B. Sprague, d.d., pasteur presbyterien a Albany. 
A Paris, chez Delay, rue Tronchet, 2. A Toulouse, chez Tartanac, rue du College- 
Royal, 14. 1845. [Verso of title:] Publie -par la Societe de livres religieux de Tou- 
louse. Toulouse, hnpr. de A. Chauvin et comp., rue des Couteliers. l8mo, pp. 62. 
NYP., Y. At end: "Ce discours a ete prononce a I'anniversaire de la Societe Biblique 
de New-York, en 1841." 

A Sermon delivered April 22, 1845, at the opening of the new Church, erected by 
the First Presbyterian Congregation, Lansingburgh. . . . Lansingburgh. [N . V.] Pub- 
lished by Pelatiah Bliss. 1845. 8vo, pp. 44. aas., heh., nyp., uts., whs., y. 

A Sermon delivered August 27, 1845, at the Installation of the Rev. Malcolm N. 
McLaren, as Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Rochester. . . . Albany: Printed 
by C. Van Benthuysen and Co. 1845. 8vo, pp. 51. aas., b., heh., nyh., nyp., uts., y. 

A Sermon preached in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, February 9, 1845, 
the Sabbath immediately succeeding the Death of Mrs. Oliver S. Strong, of Jersey 
City, daughter of Archibald Mclntyre, Esq. of Albany . . . Albany : Printed by C. Van 
Benthuysen and Co. 1 845. 8vo, pp. 32. AAs. 

An Address delivered at the opening of the Brooklyn Female Academy, on Monday 
evening, May 4, 1846. ... Albany: Erastus H. Pease. 1846. [Verso of title:] 
7. Munsell, Printer. 8vo, pp. 26. aas., b., c, cu., h., m., nyh., nyp., y. 

An Address delivered August 5, 1846, before the Hermean Society of Geneva 
College. . . . Albany: Erastus H. Pease. 1846. 8vo, pp. 38. nyp., whs. + [Same 
title and imprint, and on verso of title:] C. Van Benthuysen and Co's Print. 8vo, 
pp.38. B., M., nyp. -{-Albany: Printed by C. Van Benthuysen and Co. 1846. 8vo, 
pp. 38. h., uts. 

A Discourse delivered on Sabbath evening, July 19, 1846, before the Theological 
Society of Union College. . . . Albany : Printed by C. Van Benthuysen and Co. 1846. 
8vo, pp. 51. B., nyh., y. 

An Address delivered on the evening of the Twenty-second of February, 
MDCccxLvii. Before the Young Men's Association of the City of Albany. . . . Albany : 
Printed by Joel Munsell. 1847. 8vo, pp. 51. aas., b., ba., c, cu., h., heh., nyh., 
nyp., uts., y. 

The Annual Sermon, preached before the American Society for meliorating the 
condition of the Jews, on May 9, 1847, in the Presbyterian Church, Mercer St., New 
York. . . . Middlebury : Justus Cobb, Printer. 1847. 8vo, pp. 22. ba., y. Issued with 
G. S. Faber's "Sermon, preached before the London Society for the promotion of 
Christianity amongst the Jews," Middlebury, 1847, with cover title: "Two Sermons, 
on the promotion of Christianity amongst the Jews ..." For a New York edition, 
see Sermon, below. 

A Discourse commemorative of the Rev. Thomas Chalmers, d.d., delivered in the 

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54 SPRAGUE ( WILLIAM B.). 

Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, on Sabbath evening, June 27, 1847 . . . with a 
letter from Dr. Chalmers to an American clergyman. Albany: Published by Erastus 
H. Pease & Co., and W. C. Little & Co. 1847. [Verso of title:] Albany, J. Mun- 
sell. Printer. 8vo, pp. 47. aas., b., ba., m., nyh., nyp., uts., whs., y. + John 
Johnstone, 15, Princes Street, Edinburgh; and 26, Paternoster Row, London. 
MDCCCXLVii. [Verso of title:] Edinburgh: Printed by John Johnstone, 104, High 
Street. 8vo, pp. 24. nyp. 

A Discourse occasioned by the death of the Hon. Silas Wright, late governor of the 
State of New-York; and delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, Sept 
5, 1847. ... Albany: E. H. Pease and Co., Publishers. 1847. [Verso of title:] 
C. Van Benthuy sen's Print. 8vo, pp. 25. B., h., heh., minnhs., nyp. + Albany: 
Printed by C. Van Benthuysen. 1847. 8vo, pp. 37. aas., b., ba., h., m., nyp., uts., v. 

A Sermon delivered in connection with the anniversary of the American Society for 
meliorating the condition of the Jews, in the Presbyterian Church, Mercer Street, 
New York, on Sabbath evening. May 9, 1847. . . . New-York: Published by the 
Society, 78 Nassau Street. 1 847. 8vo, pp. 24. b., ba., nyp., uts., y. Also issued in 
the "Twenty-fourth Report of the American Society for meliorating the . . . Jews," 
1847. For a Middlebury edition, see Annual Sermon above. 

An Address at the Opening of the New Edifice for the Howard Sunday School on 
Sabbath evening, September loth, 1848. . . . With an appendix. Philadelphia. 1848. 
i6mo, pp. 48. B., c, H., HSP., NYH., WHS. Appendix: "Brief historical sketch of the 
Howard Sunday School, delivered by the Rev. J. H. Jones. . . . Report of the Building 
Committee." 

An Address, delivered before the Literary Societies of the Wesleyan University, , 
Middletown, Connecticut, July 31, 1848. . . . Albany: Joel Munsell, Printer, 1848. . 

8vO, pp. 56. AAS., B., ba., CU., H., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., US.BUR.EDUC, Y. . 

An Address, delivered in the Middle Dutch Church, Albany, at the funeral of Mrs. 
Jane Wyckoff, wife of the Rev. I. N. Wyckoff, d.d., Monday, January 31, 1847. . . . . 
Albany: Printed by Joel Munsell. 1848. 8vo, pp. 19. B., ba., m., nyh., nyp., whs. 

The Love of Money. A Discourse. . . . Zanesville, Ohio: Printed at the Ofice of ' 
the Evangelical Preacher. 1 848. 8vo, pp. 16. heh. 

An Address at the Dedication of the Hinsdale Academy, January 11, 1849. ... ' 
Albany: C. Van Benthuysen, Printer. 1849. 8vo, pp. 30. b., ba., h., m., nyh., 

UTS., Y. 

An Address delivered July 24, 1849, before the United Literary Societies of Hamll- ■ 
ton College. . . . Albany: Printed by C. Van Benthuysen. 1849. 8vo, pp. 42. aas., j 

B., ba., C, H., M., UTS. 

A Discourse commemorative of the late Hon. Ambrose Spencer, late Chief Justice | 
of the state of New York: delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, on [ 
Sabbath Evening, April 20, 1848. . . . Albany: Joel Munsell, Printer. 1849. 8vo, | 

pp. 34. B., BA., C, H., M., NYH., NYP., Y. 

Also issued as pp. 45-78 of John C. Spencer's "Memorial of Ambrose Spencer," 

1849. I 
A Discourse delivered on Sunday evening, March 25, 1849, in the Second Pres- j 

byterian Church, Albany, in consequence of the death of the Hon. Timothy S. Wil- ! 
Hams, late a member of the Senate of New- York. . . . Albany: Weed, Parsons & Co., \ 
Public Printers. 1 849. 8vo, pp. 39. aas., b., ba., h., m., nyh., nyp., uts., whs., y. , 
A Discourse, commemorative of the Rev. Samuel Miller, d.d., late Professor in the '1 
Theological Seminary at Princeton, delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, I' 
Albany, on Sabbath evening, January 27, 1850. . . . Albany: Erastus H. Pease & Co. , 

1850. [Verso of title:] Van Benthuysen's Print. 8vo, pp. 51. aas., b., ba., h., m., i 
minnhs., nyh., nyp., uts., whs., y. Pp. 49-51 contain a "List of Dr. Miller's; 
Publications." 

A Discourse delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Bowdoln College, ' 



SPRAGUE ( WILLIAM B.). ee 

September 5, 1850 Albany: Charles Van Benthuysen, Printer. 1850. 8vo, pp. 44. 

AAS., B., BA., H., M., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 

A Discourse, delivered September 3, 1850, before the Porter Rhetorical Society, in 
the Theological Seminary at Andover. . . . Albany: Gray & Sprague. 1850. [Verso 
of title:] C. Van Benthuysen, Printer. 8vo, pp. 49. aas., b., ba., h., m., nyp., uts., y. 

A Discourse occasioned by the death of Justin Ely, Esq., and delivered in the First 
Congregational Church, West Springfield, September 30, 1850. . . . Albany: Charles 
Van Benthuysen, Printer. 1850. 8vo, pp. 28. aas., GTS., M., nyh. 

An Oration pronounced before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Harvard University, 
July 17, 1851. ... Albany: Gray, Sprague & Co. 1851. [Verso of title:] Van 
Benthuysen's Print. 8vo, pp. 60. aas., b., ba., gts., h., m., nyh., nyp., p., up., uts., y. 

A Sermon delivered October I2, 1 851, the Sabbath morning after the death of 
Daniel Campbell Albany: Charles Van Benthuysen, Printer. No. 417 Broadway. 

1851. 8vo, pp. 34. B., BA., H., M., NYH., UTS., Y. 

A Discourse, delivered at Montpelier, on the evening of October 20, 1852, the 
Fortieth Anniversary of the Vermont Bible Society. . . . Albany: E. H. Pease, & Co., 
Publishers. 1852. [Verso of title:] C. Van Benthuysen, Printer. 8vo, 'pp. 31! 
AAS., B., UTS., Y. + Together with the Society's Annual Report, etc. [Same imprint.] 

8v0, pp. 56. NYH., NYP., WHS. 

^ A Discourse delivered by request of the Executive Committee of the Board of For- 
eign Missions, Sabbath evening. May 2, 1852. In the Church on University Place, 
New York. . . . New York: Printed by Edward O. Jenkins, No. 114 Nassau Street. 

MDCCCLII. 8vo, pp. 22. AAS., B., UTS., Y. 

A Sermon preached on Sabbath Afternoon, August 21, 1853, in Connection with 
the Funeral Solemnities of John Boardman, Ruling Elder in the Second Presbyterian 
Church, Albany. . . . Albany: Charles Van Benthuysen, Printer, No. 467 Broadway. 

1853. 8V0, pp. 33. AAS., B., BA., H., M., NYH., UTS., WHS. 

A Sermon addressed to the Second Presbyterian Congregation in Albany, Sunday 
Morning, August 27, 1854, on the completion of a Quarter of a Century from the 
commencement of the Author's Ministry among them. ... Albany: Charles Van 
Benthuysen, Printer. 1 854. Svo, pp. 40. aas., b., ba., gts., h., m., minnhs., nyh., 

NYP., UTS., WHS., Y. 

A Sermon delivered at Dudley, Massachusetts, January 17, 1854, at the funeral of 
the Rev. Joshua Bates, d.d. . . . Albany : Charles Van Benthuysen, Printer, No. 407 
Broadway. 1854. 8vo, pp. 40. aas., b., c, h., m., nyh., nyp., uts., whs., y. 

A Sermon delivered at Johnstown, Nov. 3, 1854, at the funeral of the Rev. Hugh 
Mair, d.d. . . . Albany: C. Van Benthuysen, Printer. 1 854. b., c, m., nyh., uts. 

A Sermon delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, on Sabbath after- 
noon, July 20, 1854. Immediately after the Funeral of Mrs. Harriet Chapin, wife of 
Lyman Chapin, Esq. . . . Albany: C. Van Benthuysen, Printer. 1854. Svo, pp. 32. 

AAS., B., BA., M., NYH., P., UTS., WHS., Y. 

A Sermon delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, on Sabbath morn- 
ing, August 20, 1854; commemorative of the character of Mrs. Christina Lee, widow 
of the late Thomas Lee. ... i^Wany; C. Van Benthuysen, Printer. 1854. 8vo, pp. 40. 

AAS., B., C, H., M., NYH., NYP., UTS., WHS., Y. 

A Sermon delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, September 3, 1854, 
the Sabbath immediately succeeding the funeral of the Hon. John Townsend. . . . 
With an appendix, illustrative of Mr. Townsend's life and character. Albany: C. 
Van Benthuysen, Printer. 1 854. Svo, pp. 26, 17. aas., b., ba., h., m., nyh., uts., V. 
The final pp. 17 have caption title, "Memorial of John Townsend," and consist of a 
''collection of public notices." Also issued with the notices preceding the sermon, and 
title as follows: Memorial of John Townsend, consisting of public notices, together 
with a sermon by Rev. W. B. Sprague. Albany: C. Van Benthuysen, printer. 1854. 

Svo, pp. 19, 3-26. AAS., NYP. 



56 SPRAGUE ( WILLIAM B.). 

A Sermon delivered on Wednesday evening, June 21, 1854, at the installation of 
the Rev. E. Smalley, d.d., as pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church in Troy, by 
William B. Sprague. . . . With the charge to the pastor, by the Rev. E. E. Seelye, and 
the address to the people, by the Rev. E. Halley, d.d. Troy, N. Y.: A. W. Scribner 
and Co., Printers, Cannon Place. 1854. 8vo, pp. 48. aas., b., UTS., y. 

A Sermon preached March 7, 1855, on occasion of the Ordination of the Rev. 
Theron H. Hawkes, and his Installation as Pastor of the First Congregational Church, 
in West Springfield, Mass. ... Albany: Charles Van Benthuysen, Printer, 407 
Broadway. 1855. 8vo, pp. 37. aas., b., gts., h., m., nyp., uts., y. 

A Sermon preached on Sabbath morning, April i, 1855, in the Second Presbyterian 
Church, Albany, on occasion of the death of Thomas Stamps, Esq. ... Albany: C. 
Van Benthuysen, Printer, 407 Broadway. 1855. 8vo, pp. 23. aas., b., nyh., nyp., 

UTS., Y. 

A Sermon preached on Wednesday evening, July 11, 1855, at the Installation of 
the Rev. Duncan Kennedy, d.d., as Pastor of the Second Street Presbyterian Church, 
Troy. ... Albany: Van Benthuysen, Printer, 407 Broadway. 1855. 8vo, pp. 24. 

AAS., GTS., M., NYP., UTS. 

A Sermon preached in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, April 27, 1856, on 
occasion of the death of Frederick J. Barnard, Jr. ... Albany: Van Benthuysen, 
Printer, 407 Broadway. 1856. 8vo, pp. 24. B., ba., nyh., nyp., uts., whs. 

A Sermon preached in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, July 13, 1856, the 
Sabbath morning immediately succeeding the interment of John I. Boyd, and Archi- 
bald Campbell. ... Albany: Van Benthuysen, Printer, 407 Broadway. 1 856. 8vo, 

pp. 29. BA., GTS., H., M., nyh., UTS., WHS. 

A Sermon preached in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, Sunday afternoon, 
September 21, 1857, on occasion of the death of the Rev. John Ludlow, d.d., profes- 
sor in the Theological Seminary of the Reformed Dutch Church in the United States. 
... Albany: Van Benthuysen, Printer, No. 407 Broadtaay. 1857. 8vo, pp. 31. 

AAS., B., C, H., M., NYH., NYP., UTS., WHS., Y. 

A Sermon preached on Sabbath afternoon, January 25, 1857. With reference to the 
death of Nathaniel Davis, ruling elder in the Second P[r]esbyterian Church, Albany. 
By William B. Sprague, d.d., . . . Albany: Van Benthuysen, Printer, 407 Broadway. 
1857. 8vo, pp. 41. B., NYP., UTS., Y. H" [Same imprint and date.] 8vo, pp. 46. 
B., BA., c, H., M., NYH. Pp. 43—46, in the second edition listed, contain an appendix. 

A Sermon addressed to the Second Presbyterian Congregation, Albany, on Sunday 
morning, September 5, 1858, on the completion of the Atlantic Telegraph. ... 
Albany: Charles Van Benthuysen. 1858. 8vo, pp. 32. aas., b., ba., gts., h., heh., 

M., NYH., NYP., p., uts., WHS. 

A Sermon addressed to the Second Presbyterian Congregation, Albany, Sabbath 
morning, March 14, 1858, on occasion of the death of Mrs. Alexander Marvin. . . . 
Albany: Van Benthuysen's Print. 1858. 8vo, pp. 30. b., ba., nyh., y. 

A Sermon addressed to the Second Presbyterian Congregation, Albany, Sunday 
afternoon. May 9, 1858, on occasion of the death of the Hon. Archibald Mclntyre. 
. . . Albany : Van Benthuysen's Print. 1858. 8vo, pp. 37. aas., ba., c, h., m., nyh., 
NYP., uts., y. 

An Address delivered in the Mercer Street Church, New York, December 2, 1858, 
at the funeral of the Hon. Benjamin Franklin Butler, late Attorney General of the 
United States. ... New York: D. Appleton & Co. 1859. 8vo, pp. 21. b., c, h., 

M., NYH., uts. 

A Sermon delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, April 10, 1859, on 
occasion of the death of Ebenezer Pemberton. . . . Albany: Printed by C. Van Ben- 
thuysen. 1859. 8V0, pp. 23. B., BA., C, NYH., WHS. 

A Sermon delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, Sunday morning, 
November 6, 1859, on occasion of the death of Mrs. Eliza Mclntyre, wife of the late 



SPRAGUE ( WILLIAM B.). 57 

Hon. Archibald Mclntyre. . . . Albany: Printed by C. Van Benthuysen. 1859. 8vo, 

pp. 47. AAS., B., BA., H., M., NYH., UTS., Y. 

The Close of a Sermon preached on Sunday Morning, December 9, i860, with some 
reference to the death of Miss Ellie P. Frisbee. By her pastor. . . . Albany: Printed 
by C. Van Benthuysen. i860. 8vo, pp. 10. nyh., nyp. 

A Sermon having- some reference to the character of the late Rev. Cortlandt Van 
Rensselaer, d.d., preached in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, Sabbath morn- 
ing, September 16, i860. ... Albany: Printed by C. Van Benthuysen. i860. 8vo, 

pp. 36. AAS., B., BA., C, M., NYH., NYP., WHS., Y. 

A Sermon preached at East Granville, Mass., on Friday, December 16, 1859, at the 
funeral of the Rev. Timothy Mather Cooley, d.d. ... Al6a?iy : Printed by C. Van 
Benthuysen. i860. 8vo, pp. 38. aas., b., h., m., minnhs., nyh., nyp., uts., y. 

An Address, delivered at the close of the anniversary exercises of the Young Ladies' 
Institute, Albany, on Thursday evening, June 13, 1861. ... Albany: Weed, Parsons 
and Company, Printers. 1 861. 8vo, pp. 10. B., h., nyh. 

An address delivered on occasion of the Raising of the National Flag, upon the 
Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, on Monday, June 17, 1861. ... Albany: 
Printed by C. Van Benthuysen. 186 1. 8vo, pp. 8. aas., b., h., m., uts., y. 

A Discourse addressed to the First Presbyterian Congregation in Elizabeth, N. J., 
February 10, 1 861, the Sunday morning immediately succeeding the death of tjfie 
Rev. Nicholas Murray, d.d., their pastor. . . . Albany: Printed by C. Van Benthuysen. 

1861. 8vO, pp. 51. AAS., B., BA., C, CU., GTS., H., M., MINNHS., NYH., UTS., WHS., Y, 

A Discourse delivered Sunday morning, April 7, 1861, in the Second Presbyterian 
Church, Albany, in commemoration of the late Hon. John McLean, ll.d., one of the 
justices of the Supreme Court of the United States. . . . Albany: Printed by C. Van 
Benthuysen. 1861. 8vo, pp. 34. b., ba., c, cu., h., m., nyh., uts., whs., y. 

Glorifying God in the Fires. A Discourse delivered in the Second Presbyterian 
Church, Albany, November 28, 186 1, the day of the annual Thanksgiving, in the 
state of New York. . . . Albany: Printed by C. Van Benthuysen. 1 861. 8vo, pp. 58. 

aas., B., BA., C, cu., H., HEH., M., NYH., NYP., UTS., WHS., Y. 

An Address delivered in the Evangelical Lutheran Ebenezer Church, Albany, on 
occasion of the funeral of Mrs. Susan C. Pohlman, wife of the Rev. Henry N. Pohl- 
man, d.d. November 10, 1863. . . . Albany: J. Munsell, 78 State Street. 1863. 8vo, 

pp. 18. AAS., B., BA., H., M., nyh., Y. 

A Discourse commemorative of the late Rev. Robert Baird, d.d., delivered on oc- 
casion of the anniversary of the American and Foreign Christian Union, in the 
Reformed Dutch Church, corner of Fifth Avenue and Twenty-first Street, New York, 
on Sabbath evening. May 10, 1863. . . . Albany: C. Van Benthuysen, Printer. 1863. 

8V0, pp. 47, (l). AAS., B., BA., CU., H., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., UTS., WHS., Y. 

A Discourse delivered at Spencertown, N. Y., on Thursday, December 11, 1862, at 
the funeral of the Rev. Timothy Woodbridge, d.d., who, during his whole ministry, 
was the subject of total blindness. ... Albany: Charles Van Benthuysen, Printer. 
1863. 8vo, pp. 30. B., M., Y. 

A Discourse delivered on Friday, December 12, 1862, at the funeral of the Rev. 
Samuel Osgood, d.d., late senior pastor of the First Congregational Church in Spring- 
field. ... Albany: Charles Van Benthuysen, Printer. 1863. 8vo, pp. 42. aas., B., 

BA., H., M., NYH., NYP., UTS. 

A Sermon preached in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, October 18, 1863, 
the Sunday morning- after the funeral of Joel Rathbone, Esq. . . . With obituary no- 
tices. . . . Albany : C. Van Benthuysen, Printer. 1863. 8vo, pp. 24. b., ba., c, h., 

NYH., NYP., Y. 

An Address delivered, March 31, 1864, on occasion of the funeral of the Rev. John 
N. Campbell, d.d., late pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Albany. . . . Albany: 
Van Benthuysen's Steam Printing House. 1864. 8vo, pp. 27. B., h., m., nyh., uts., 



SPRAGUE ( WILLIAM B.). 



WHS., Y. See also "Memorial of the Rev. John N. Campbell," no. 10256, vol. 3, in 
which this address comprises pp. 9—33. aas., nyp. 

A Discourse addressed to the Congregation in the Presbyterian Church on Univer- 
sity Place, New York, Sabbath morning, October 23, 1864, commemorative of the 
Rev. George Potts, d.d., their late pastor. ... Aliany : Van Betithuysen's Steam 
Printing House. 1864. 8vo, pp. 36. aas., b., ba., c, h., m., minnhs., nyh., nyp., 

UTS., Y. 

A Discourse addressed to the United Presbyterian Congregation, Troy, February 21, 
1864, the Sabbath morning immediately succeeding the funeral of the Rev. Peter 
Bullions, D.D., their pastor. ... Albany: Van Benthuy sen's Steam Printing House. 

1864. 8vO, pp. 32. B., H., M., NYH., NYP., Y. 

A Discourse delivered August 2, 1864. In the Plymouth Church, Syracuse, on oc- 
casion of the funeral of the Reverend Daniel Waldo, who had nearly completed his 
one hundred and second year. . . . New York. Office of the National Preacher; 1864. 

8V0, pp. 16. B., H., M., NYH. 

A Discourse delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, September 4, 

1864, the Sunday morning after the funeral of Mr. Alexander Marvin. . . . Albany: 
Van Benthuysen's Steam Printing House. 1864. 8vo, pp. 24. B., ba., c, h., nyh., y. 

An Address, delivered on the 9th of August, 1865, before the Phrenakosmian So- 
ciety of Pennsylvania College, Gettysburg. ... Albany: Van Benthuysen's Steam 
Printing House. 1865. 8vo, pp. 37. aas., b., h., m., nyp., us.bur.educ, uts., y. 

A Discourse delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, April 16, 1865, 
the Sunday morning immediately succeeding the Assassination of the President of the 
United States. ... Albany: Weed, Parsons and Company, Printers. 1865. I2mo, 

pp. 18. AAS., B., BA., C, H., HEH., M., Y. 

A Discourse delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, December 3, 

1865, on occasion of the death of Mrs. Jemima Prentice, widow of the late Sartell 
Prentice. . . . Albany: Van Benthuysen's Steam Printing House. 1865. 8vo, pp. 33. 

AAS., B., BA., C, H., M., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 

A Discourse, delivered Sabbath morning, September 3, 1865, on occasion of the 
Fiftieth Anniversary of the Dedication of the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany. 
.. . Albany: Van Benthuysen's Steam Printing House. 1865. 8vo, pp. 41. aas., b., 

BA., C, H., HEH., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 

A Sermon addressed to the Second Presbyterian Congregation, Albany, Sunday 
morning, April 2, 1865 on occasion of the death of Sylvester D. Willard, m.d., 
Surgeon-General of the State of New-York. ... Albany: Van Benthuysen's Steam 
Printing House. 1865. 8vo, pp. 32. aas., b., ba., h., nyam., nyh., nyp., uts., whs. 

Tribute to the memory of Azariah E. Stimson. Albany: Van Benthuysen's Steam 
Printing House. 1866. 8vo, pp. 12. c, nyh. Signed: W. B. S. 

A Discourse, addressed to the First Presbyterian Congregation of Elizabeth, N. J., 
October 9, 1867, on occasion of the completion of its Second Century. . . . Albany: 
Printing House Charles Van Benthuysen & Sons. 1867. 8vo, pp. 43. aas., b., h., M., 

NYH., UTS., Y. 

A Discourse commemorative of the late Rev. John M. Krebs, d.d. delivered in the 
Rutgers Presbyterian Church, corner of Madison Avenue and Twenty-ninth Street, 
New York, on Sabbath morning, October 27, 1867 ... Albany: Printing House 
Charles Van Benthuysen & Sons. 1 867. 8vo, pp. 37. aas., b., ba., h., m., nyh., 

NYP., UTS., WHS., Y. 

An Address delivered at the funeral of the Rev. Benjamin H. Pitman, in the 
Presbyterian Church of Gullderland, Wednesday, March nth, 1868. ... Albany: 
Printing House of C. Van Betithuysen & Sons. 1868. 8vo, pp. 16. b., nyh., Y. 

An Address delivered on occasion of the funeral of the Rev. William James, d.d., 
in the First Presbyterian Church, Albany, Wednesday, February 19, 1868. . . . Albany : 
Joel Munsell. 1868. 8vo, pp. 22. aas., b., ba., h., m., nyh., uts., y. 



SPRAGUE ( WILLIAM B.). 59 

A Discourse delivered in the First Congregational Church in Northampton, Mass., 
on the 26th of July, i868, the Sabbath immediately succeeding the funeral of the 
Rev. William Allen, d.d. . . . With an appendix, containing notices of the funeral 
services, &c. . . . Albany: Printing House of Chas, Van Bentkuysen & Sous. 1868. 
8vo, pp. 35. AAS., B., BA., c, H., M., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. Pp. 32-34 Contain a list of 
Dr. Allen's publications. <• 

An Address delivered on Tuesday evening, June 15, 1869, at the close of the anni- 
versary exercises of the Young Ladies' Institute, Albany. . . . Albany: Joel Munsell. 

1869. 8vo, pp. 12. B., H., M., MINNHS., WHS. 

A Discourse addressed to the Second Presbyterian Congregation, Albany, on Sunday 
morning, September 5, 1869, on occasion of the Fortieth Anniversary of the Com- 
mencement of the Author's Ministry among them. . . . Albany: Printing House of 
Chas. Van Benthuysen & Sons. 1869. 8vo, pp. 32. aas., gts., h., m., nyh., nyp., 

UTS., WHS., Y. 

A Discourse delivered in the First Congregational Church in West Springfield, 
August 26, 1869, on the Completion of Fifty Years from the Commencement of the 
Author's Ministry in that place. . . . Albany: Printing House of Charles Van Ben- 
thuysen & Sons. 1869. 8vo, pp. 28. AAS., B., BA., GTS., M., WHS. 

Memorial of Samuel Henry Cook. ... Albany: Printing House of Charles Van 
Benthuysen & Sons. 1869. 8vo, pp. 24, (i). h., nyh. 

An Address delivered Sunday, June 20th, 1869, in the First Presbyterian Church, 

Albany, on occasion of the funeral of Alden March, m.d., ll.d Albany: Printing 

House of C. Van Benthuysen & Sons. 1870. C, M., nyam. 

The list of Sprague's writings in Dexter's Yale Graduates, vol. 6, 1912, pp. 801- 
824, includes other works of religious, or miscellaneous interest. Dexter also gives 
many of the author's contributions to magazines, and titles of works to which he con- 
tributed introductory or editorial matter. 

Sprague contributed a Life of Timothy Dwight to Sparks' "Library of American 
Biography," ser. 2, vol. 4, 1845, pp. 223-364. 

For an answer to charges made against Sprague by G. M. West, see [Spencer (John 
C.)], "Impostures and Calumnies," our no. 89348, vol. 22. 

Sprague Family. Memorial of the Sprague Family. See Soule 
(Richard), no. 87288, vol. 22. 

Spranckhuysen (Dionysius). Des Jaers 1629 roepende stem- 
me tot de Vereenighde Nederlanden. Bolswardt. Sam. Haring- 
houck. 1653. 4 parts in one vol. 89745 

Title from Muller's "Catalogue of Books ... on America," 1872, no. 951. 
The fourth part, pp. 51, contains Spranckhuysen's sermon on celebrating the cap- 
ture of the Spanish Silver-Fleet by P. Heyn, in 1629. See also Trivmphe, below. 

Spranckhuysen. Tranen, | Over den doodt | Van den Grooten 
Admirael van Hollandt, loffelijcker, ende onsterfTe- | licker 
ghedachtenisse, Pieter Pietersz. Heyn. | Midtsgaders syn | Testa- 
ment I Aen de Generale Gheoctroyeerde West- | Indische Com- 
pagnie. | Ofte Onbedriegh'lijcke [ Leyd-Sterre, | Tot geluckige 
Voyagie van der selver Scheeps-Vloten. | Door | Dionysium 
Spranckhuysen. | Tot Delf, \ Ghedruckt by Andr'ies lans-z. Kloe- 
ttngh Boeck-verkoopcry \ woonende by de Haver-bruggiey int Ghe- 



6o SPRANCKHUYSEN. 

linleerde Schrtjj-boeck. \ Anno 1629. | 4to, pp. (16), 20. nyp. 
+ Second Edition. Delj. A. J. Kloettngh. 1638. 4to. 89746 

The "Leyd-Sterre" is printed in double columns and forms the final group of pp. 
20 in the first edition. Information concerning the second edition from the Muller 
Catalogue, 1872, no. 950. 

Spranckhuysen. Trivmphe | Van vveghen | de Gheluckighe 
ende Over-Rijcke | Victorie | VVelcke de Heere onse God op den 
8.en Septembris | deslaers 1628. verleent heef t aen de Vlote | vande 
VVest-Indische Compagnie, onder | het Beleydt vanden Heer Gen- 
erael | Pieter Pietersz. Heyn, | Teghen de Silver-Vlote onser 
Vyanden, ko- | mende van Nova Hispania, in en omtrent | de Haven I 
van Matange. | Beschreven door | Dionysium Spranckhuysen. | Tot \ 
Delj, I Ghedruckt by Jan Andrles%. Kloetingy Boeck-ver- | coofer \ 
aen't Marckt-veldt in^t Gulden A, B, C. | Anno 1 629. | 4to, pp. 1 
(8), 80. JCB., NYP. 89747 I 

Pp. 55—80 are printed in double columns and contain "Cort Verhael vande Voyage i 
ghedaen door de Vlote vande VVest-Indische Compagnye, onder het beleydt vanden ' 
Herre Generael Pieter Pietersz. Heyn." 

Spratt (L. W.). The Foreign Slave Trade the Source of Po- { 

litical Power — of Material Progress, of Social Integrity, and of i 

Social Emancipation to the South. By L. W. Spratt. Charleston: \ 

Steam Power Press of Walker, Evans ^ Co., No. 3 Broad Street. ; 

1858. 8vo, pp. 31. B., nyp. 89748 i 

According to the preface, "The substance of the following articles appeared origi- j 
nally in the editorial columns of the Charleston Standard, but they assumed their ' 
present shape more recently in the pages of the New Orleans Delta." ! 

i 

Spratt. A Series of Articles on the Value of the Union to the i 
South, lately published in the Charleston Standard. By L. W. 1 
Spratt, one of the Editors. Charleston: Printed by J antes yWilliams j 
^ Gitsinger, Steam Presses, 3 Broad-Street, mdccclv. 8vo, pp. 

iv, 39. H., HSP., NYH., NYP. 89749 I 

Spratt. Speech upon the Foreign Slave Trade, before the Legis- t 
lature of South Carolina, by L. W. Spratt, Esq., of Charleston. I 
Columbia, S. C: SteaTn-Power Press Southern Guardian. 1858. ) 

8vo, pp. II. C, CU., H., NYP., P. 89750 I 

Sprecher (Samuel). An Address delivered to the Candidates ' 
for Baccalaureate of Wittenberg College, at the Anniversary Com- 
mencement, August 1 8th, 185 1. By S. Sprecher, d.d. . . . Sfring- \ 
field[0.]:G. D. Emerson & Co. 1 85 1. 8vo, pp. 23. C. 8975 1 \ 

Sprecher. An Inaugural Address, delivered before the Direc- ' 
tors of Wittenberg College, by Rev. Samuel Sprecher, a.m., at his i 



SPRECHER. 6 1 

induction into the office of Professor of Christian Theology, August 
14,1849. Springfield, O.: Halsey i^ Emerson^ Printers. 1849. 
8vo, pp. 24, and errata slip pasted on verso of title. 

HEH., UTS. 89752 

Sprecher. The Providential Position of the Evangelical 
Churches of this Country, at this time. A Sermon delivered at the 
opening of the General Synod, at York, Pennsylvania, May fifth, 
1864. By Rev. Samuel Sprecher, d.d., Pres. of Wit. College, 
Springfield, Ohio. Selinsgrove: Office of the Luth. Kirchenbote. 

1864. 8vo, pp. 23. NYH., WHS. 89753 

[Sprecher (Samuel P.)] The Manual of the First Lutheran 
Church in the City of Albany. Albany: Joel MunselL 187 1. 
i6mo, pp. (2), v-vi, (2), 128. AAS., B. 89754 

The history of the church forms pp. 45—128. Samuel P. Sprecher was the pastor, 
and according to the preface, the pastoral and congregational part was prepared by 
him, the musical part by the organist, T. S. Lloyd. 

Sprecher de Bernegy (J. A.). Conquista de la Nueva Cas- 
tilla. 5^^ Nueva Castilla, no. 56240, vol. 13. bm., hisp.soc.amer. 

Sprengel (M[atthias] C[hristian]). Allgemeines histori- 



der I merkwiirdigsten neuen 
fiir I 1784 I die Geschichte 



sches I Taschenbuch | oder | Abrisz 
Welt-Begebenheiten | enthaltend 

der I Revolution von Nord-America | von | C. M. [sic] Sprengel 
Professor der Geschichte auf der Universitat | zu Halle. | Mit 18 
Kupfern und einer illuminirt. Landcharte. | Berlin, | bey Haude 
und Sfener. \ [1783.] [Colophon:] Leipzig, gedruckt mit 
Luferischen Schrijten. | 24mo, engraved title, and pp. (2), 74, 
(6), 182. 18 plates, and folded map. nyp. + [Same title and 
imprint v^ithout colophon, the author's initials appearing on the 
title correctly as "M. C." instead of "C. M."] [1784.] 24mo, 
engraved title, and pp. (8), 182. 18 plates and folded map. 

B., C, H., HEH., NYP., WLC. 89755 

"Vorrede" signed: "M. C. Sprengel, Professor der Geschichte. Halle den 3osten 
October 1783." 

The engraved title reads "historisch genealogischer Calender oder Jahrbuch ..." 

The pp. 74. in the first edition, which do not appear in the second, contain "Geneal- 
ogie der regicrenden hohen Haupter und anderer fiirstlichen Personen in Europa." 
Plate 13 is dated 1783 in the first edition, but in the second, 1784. The Lenox copy 
of the first edition in nyp. now lacks the map, although this copy formerly had it, 
according to Mr. Lenox's note in his copy of Rich. 

For later editions, see "Geschichte der Revolution," below. 

Sprengel evidently issued later handbooks in this series, bm. lists his "Allgemeines 
historisches Taschenbuch ... fiir 1787, die Geschichte der wichtlgsten Staats-und 
Handelsveranderungen von Ostindien." 



62 SPRENGEL. 

[Sprengel.] Brief e | den | gegenwartigen Zustand | von | 
Nord America | betreffend. | Erste Samlung. | Gottlngeny | bey 
J ohann Christian Dieter tch \ 1 777. | l2mo, pp. (8), II 8, (l). 

H.,jCB. 89756 

Title supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. Attributed to Sprengel in Holzmann and 
Bohatta's "Deutsches Anonymen-Lexikon," vol. I, 1902. 

Sprengel. Geschichte | der | Europaer | in | Nordamerica. | 
Von I Matthias Christian Sprengel. | Professor der Geschichte in 
Halle. I Leifzigy | in der Weygandschen Buchhandlung. \ 1782. | 
8vo,pp. (14), 3-243, (i). H.,NYP.,Y. 89757 

This was apparently intended as the first volume of a larger work, and is so num- 
bered on the half title, and in the table of contents. 

Sprengel. . . . Geschichte | der | Revolution | von | Nord- 
America. | Mit einer illuminirten accuraten Charte von | diesem 
neuen Freystaate. | Frankenthaly [ zu finden bey Ludwig Bernhard 
Friederich Gegely \ kurfj'dlz. frivil. Buchdrucker. \ 1785. | 8vo, 
pp. (12), 272. Foldedmap. cu., heh., JCB., M., minnhs., nyh., 
NYP., WLC. -f- Frankenthaly | iin Verlage der Gegelischen Buch- 
druckerey und | Buchhandlung 1 788. | 8vo, pp. (lo), 272. Folded 

map. B., BA., C, HEH., JOB., M., NYP., WLC, Y. 89758 

With heading: "M. C. Sprengel, ordentlichen Lehrers der Geschichte in Halle." 
According to the series title, which precedes the title page in the 1785 edition, see 
NYH. and WLC. copies, the Geschichte forms vol. 18 of "Sammlung der besten Schrift- 
steller, welche die Geschichte, besondere Rechten, Sitten, und Gewohnheiten der 
Volker . . . abgehandlet haben." This series title may have been cancelled in some 
copies, leaving only five preliminary leaves, jcb., nyp. One of the nyp. copies has 
the binder's title, "Schmidt Geschichte der Deutschen 18. Band." 

In the 1785 edition pp. 54, 118, 125, 129 and 133 are mispaged respectively 53, 
108, 123, 229 and 113. In the 1788 edition p. 129 is mispaged 229. 

Sprengel. Geschichte | der | wichtigsten | geographischen | 
Entdeckungen | bis | zur Ankunft der Portugiesen | in Japan 1542. 

1 Von I Matthias Christian Sprengel, | Professor der Geschichte in 
Halle. I Zweite vermehrte Anflage. | Halley \ bei Hemmerde und 
Schwetschke. \ 1 792. | 8vo, pp. (8), 420, index (36). 

Contains some account of the discovery of America. BM., C, NYP. o9759 

Sprengel. Historia om Forenta Amerikas Sjelfstandighet och 
Frihetskrig mot England. Jemte dess Statsforfattning och Till- 
stand efter Freden i Paris 1783, samt Lefvernesbeskrifningar om 
dess namnkunnige Revolutionsman, Washington, Gates, Franklin, 
Laurens och Paul Jones. Forfattad af M. C. Sprengel. Professor 
i Historien. Med Portratter och en Revolutionsscen. Ofversatt- 
ning. Orehroy Tryckt hos N. M. Lindh, 18 10. I2mo, pp. 250. 

2 plates. C, HEH., NYP., WLC. 89760 
A Swedish translation of "Geschichte der Revolution," above. 



SPRENGEL. 63 

Sprengel. Ueber | den jetzigen | Nordamericanischen Krieg | 
und I dessen Folgen | fiir | England und Frankreich. | Von | Mat- 
thias Christian Sprengel | Professor der Geschichte in Halle. | 
Leipzig, I in der Weygandschen Buchhandlung. | 1782. | 8vo, pp. 

(4), 3-126. B., H., WLC. 89761 

Title supplied by Alice M. Hays from a copy in the Stanford University Library. 

Sprengel. Ueber | J. [sic] Ribero's | alteste | Weltcharte | 
von I M. C. Sprengel. | Weimar, | im Verlage des Industrie-Comf- 
toirs. 1795. I 8vo, pp. 77. Folded map of America. 

AAS., BA., HISP.SOC.AMER,, JCB., WLC. 89762 

The map is engraved by F. L. Gussefeld after a part of the original manuscript map 
of the Viforld of Diego Ribero, 1529. 

Sprengel. Vom | Ursprung des Negerhandels. | Ein Antritts- 
programm | von | Matthias Christian Sprengel, | ordentlichen 
Lehrer der Geschichte | auf der Koniglichen Friedrichsuniversitat 
I in Halle. | Halle, | gedruckt bey Johann Christian Hendel. | 

1779. I 8vo, pp. (8), 71. NYH., NYP., Y. 89763 

See also, Stevens (Philadelphia), "Briefe iiber Portugal," 1782, to which Sprengel 
contributed an appendix relative to Brazil. 

Sprengel was the compiler of several collections of voyages, containing items of 
American interest. Copies of these have been located as follows: "Auswahl der besten 
auslandischen geographischen und statistischen Nachrichten," 1794— 1800, bm., hisp. 
soc.AMER. ; "Bibliothek der neuesten und wichtigsten Reisebeschreibungen, 1800— 
1814, NYP.; in cooperation with J. R. Forster, "Beitrage zur Volker und Lander- 
kunde," 1781—90, bm. ; with G. Forster, "Neue Beitrage zur Volker- und Lander- 
kunde," 1790—93, ba., bm., hisp.soc.amer. 

Sprigg (Richard). The [ Theological Works | of | Richard 
Sprigg. I ... I New-York: | Printed by Hugh Gaine, in Queen- 
street, between I the Fly and Meal-Markets. \ m,dcc,liv. | 8vo, pp. 
(6), 88. NYH. 89764 

Spring (Arthur). Horrible Murder of Mrs. Ellen Lynch, and 
her sister, Mrs. Honora Shaw, in Federal St. near Seventh, Phila- 
delphia, with the Trial and Conviction of Arthur Spring. Illus- 
trated by engravings, by Hinckley, from drawings taken on the 
spot. Price 12^ Cents. A. Winch, lib Chestnut St. Wholesale 
Agent, Philadelfhia. [ 1 85 3 ? ] 8vo, pp. 52. 

The murder occurred on March 10, 1853. H. (lAw), NYH. 89765 

Spring. The Life and Adventures of Arthur Spring; the mur- 
derer of Mrs. Ellen Lynch and her sister, Mrs. Shaw. With the 
complete trials, speeches and conviction of the murderer. . . . Phila- 
delfhia: T. B. Peterson, No. 98 Chestnut Street, [cof. 1 853.] 



64 SPRING (gARDINEr). 

8vo, pp. (2), 7—109 including illustrations, advertisements 2—5, 
4-6. c, H, (law), nyh., p. 89766 

On cover: "Only complete edition published. Illustrated edition." Peterson's ad- 
dress Is given on cover as "No. io2 Chestnut Street," to which address he had moved 
by 1854, see the Philadelphia directory for that year. Reissued about 1858 by Peterson, 
with his address as 306 Chesnut Street. 

Spring (Gardiner). Brick Church Memorial containing the 
discourses delivered by Dr. Spring on the closing of the Old Church 
in Beekman St., and the opening of the New Church on Murray 
Hill; the Discourse delivered on the Fiftieth Anniversary of his 
Installation as Pastor of the Brick Church ; with the proceedings of 
the Memorial Meeting, and the discourse preached on the occasion 
of Mrs. Spring's decease. New York: M. W. Dodd, Publisher, 
No. ^06 Broadway. 1 86 1. [Verso of title:] New York: Printed 
by Edward O. J enkinSy 20 North William St. 8vo, pp. 248. Por- 
trait, and 4 plates. aas., ba., h., nyp., uts., y. 89767 

[Spring.] A Brief View of Facts, which gave rise to the New- 
York Evangelical Missionary Society of Young Men, together with 
the Constitution. . . . New-York: Printed by Day &' Turner. No. 
^^Beaver-street. 1817. 8vo, pp. 19, (l ). Y. 89768 

[Spring.] In Memory of a Beloved Husband [Horace Hol- 
den]. March 25th, 1862. {New York. 1862.] 4to, pp. 67. 
Frontispiece portrait. aas., nyp., whs., y. 89769 

Spring's funeral sermon forms pp. 3—38. Pp. 39—67 contain other tributes to 
Holden. 

Spring. Influence. A Quarter-Century Sermon, preached in 
behalf of the American Tract Society, in the Reformed Dutch 
Church, Lafayette Place, New York, May 5, 1850. By the Rev. 
Gardiner Spring, d.d. . . . one of the Founders of the Society. Pub- 
lished by the American Tract Society, 150 Nassau-Street, New 
York. [1850.] 8vo, pp. 44. 

aas., ba., c, nyh., uts., whs. 89770 

Spring. Installation Services of Rev. William J. Hoge. See 
Hoge (W. J.), no. 32435, vol. 8. nyp., uts. 

Spring. Memoirs of the Rev. Samuel J. Mills, late missionary 
to the South Western Section of the United States, and agent of the 
American Colonization Society, deputed to explore the coast of 
Africa. By Gardiner Spring, d.d. . . . New-York: Published by 
the New-York Evangelical Missionary Society. J. Seymour, 
frinter. 1820. 8vo, pp. (4), 9-247. aas., b., ba., bm., c, cu., 
GTS., H., HEH., NYH., NYP., UTEX., UTS., WHS., Y. + London: 



SPRING (gARDINEr). 65 

Printed for Francis Westley^ lo, Stationers^ Court, and Ave Maria 
Lane. 1 820. [Verso of title:] W. Flinty Printer, Angel Courty 
Skinner Street. 1 2 mo, pp. ix, blank verso, (2), 214. nyp. 89771 

Spring. Memoir of Samuel John Mills. By Gardiner Spring, 
D.D. Second Edition. Boston: Published by Perkins ^ Marvin. 
New-York: J. Leavitt, and J. P. Haven. 1829. i8mo, pp. viii, 
259, advertisements (i). cu., h., nyp., uts. + Second Edition. 
NeiuYork. 1842. i2mo. bm. 89772 

Spring. Moses on Nebo: or Death a Duty: a Sermon occa- 
sioned by the death of the Rev. Joseph S. Christmas, late pastor of 
the Bowery Presbyterian Church on the evening of the Sabbath 
after his interment. By Gardiner Spring. . . . New-York: John P. 
Haven, 142 Nassau-Street. 1830. [Verso of title:] New-York: 
J. Seymour, Printer, John-Street. 8vo, pp. 47. Frontispiece por- 
trait. AAS., B,, H., HEH., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 89773 

Spring. The New Sepulchre. A Discourse delivered on the 
Sabbath evening after the death of the late President Harrison. By 
Gardiner Spring . . . New-York: University Press, John F. Trow, 
Printer, 1 14 Nassau Street. 1 84 1 . 8vo, pp. 3 1 . 

B., BA., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., WHS., Y. 89774 

Spring. The Old and the New Church. Two Discourses: the 
first delivered on the 25th of May, 1856, as the closing sermon in 
the Old Brick Church in Beekman Street: the last on the 31st of 
October, 1858, at the dedication of the New Brick Church on 
Murray Hill; by Gardiner Spring. . . . New York: Published by 
M. W. Dodd, 506 Broadway. 1858. 8vo, pp. 64. 

AAS., B., BA., CU., H., M., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 89775 
Reprinted in Brick Church Memorial, above. 

Spring. An Oration, pronounced on the evening of the 5th 
February, before the Alumni of Yale College, resident in the city 
of New-York, in commemoration of their late President, Timothy 
Dwight, D.D. L.L.D. By Gardiner Spring, A.M. . . . New-York: 
Published by Dodge £ff Sayre, 86 Broadway. J. Seymour, Printer. 

1817. 8vo, pp. 35. AAS., B., BA,, C, H., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 89776 

Spring. A Pastor's Tribute to One of his Flock. The Memoirs 
of the late Hannah L. Murray. By Gardiner Spring . . . New York: 
Robert Carter & Brothers, No. 285 Broadtvay. 1 849. [Verso of 
title:] Thomas B. Smith, Stereotyfer , 216 William Street, N. Y. 
Robert Craighead, Printer, II 2 Fulton Street. 8vo, pp. 312. 
Frontispiece portrait. c, h., nyh., nyp., uts., y. 89777 



66 SPRING (gardiner). 

Spring. Personal Reminiscences of the Life and Times of 
Gardiner Spring . . . New York: Charles Scribner ts? Co., 124 
Grand Street. 1866. [Verso of title:] John F. Trow &' Co., 
Printers, Stereotyfers, ^ Electrotyfers, 50 Greene Street, N. Y. 2 
vols., 8vo, pp. 348, frontispiece portrait; 293. 

AAS., B., BA., C, CU., H., HSP., NYH., NYP., P., UTS., WHS., Y. 89778 

Spring. A Sermon, preached August 3, 1832, a day set apart 
in the City of New- York for Public Fasting, Humiliation, and | 
Prayer, on account of the Malignant Cholera. By Gardiner Spring | 
. . . New-York: Jonathan Leavitt, 182 Broadtvay. 1832. [Verso ! 
of title:] G. P. Scott and Co. Printers, corner Nassau and Ann\ 
Streets. 8vo, pp. 40. aas., B., heh., nyh., nyp., UTS., Y. 89779 j 

Spring. State Thanksgiving during the Rebellion. A Sermon, ■ 
preached November 28, 1 861, by Gardiner Spring . . . New York: \ 
Harfer &' Brothers, Publishers, Franklin Square. 1862. 8vo, pp. j 

48. AAS., B., C, M., NYH., NYP., Y. 89780 ; 

Spring. The Supremacy of God over the Nations: a Discourse, I 
preached May 14, 1 84 1, a day set apart for public Fasting, Humili- ' 
ation, and Prayer, on account of the Death of the President of the ! 
United States. By Gardiner Spring . . . New-York: Printed by\ 
Daniel Fanshaw, No. 1^0 Nassau-street. 1 84 1. 8vo, pp. 47. 1 

B., BA., GTS., NYH., UTS., WHS. 8978 I i 

Spring. A Tribute to New-England: a Sermon, delivered be- j 
fore the New-England Society of the City and State of New- York, ! 
on the 22d of December, 1820. Being the Second Centennial Cel- \ 
ebration of the Landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth. By Gardiner j 
Spring . . . New-York: Published by L. £s? F. Lockwood, 154 6? i 
I']'] Broadway. J. Seymour, fr inter. 1821. 8vo, pp. 44. 1 

AAS., B., BA., C, H., HSP., M., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 89782 j 

Spring. A Tribute to the Memory of the late Jeremiah Evarts, | 
Esq., Secretary of the American Board of Commissioners for For- ! 
eign Missions. Delivered and published at the request of the Exec- I 
utive Committee of the Auxiliary Foreign Missionary Society of I 
New York and Brooklyn. By Gardiner Spring . . . New York: j 
Sleight and Robinson, Printers. 1 83 1. 8vo, pp. 32. j 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, H., M., MINNHS., NYH., UTS., Y. 89783 j 

Reprinted in S. H. Cox's "Missionary Remains," 1835, pp. 12-72. b., bm. | 

Also the following titles of historical, local or biographical interest: | 

An Address before the IVIercantile Library Association of the City of New- York, j 

. . . New-York : Published by John S. Taylor, corner of Park-Rozv and Nassau-Street, 



SPRING (gARDINEr). 67 

opposite the City-Hall. D. Fanshaw, Printer. 1837. ^vo, pp. 39. aas., B., h., M., 

NYH., NYP., WHS., Y. 

Address delivered at the anniversary of the New York female auxiliary Bible eo- 
ciety, on the 14th of April, 1853. [«. p. 1853.] 8vo, pp. 15. Title from the catalogue 
card for a copy formerly at b. 

An Appeal to the Citizens of New-York, in behalf of the Christian Sabbath. . . . 
Netn-York: Printed by J. Seymour, ^i) John-street. 1823. 8vo, pp. 28. h., nyh., UTS. 

Christian Confidence, illustrated in the Death of the Rev. Edward D. Griffin, d.d. 
... New -York: John S. Taylor, Theological and Sunday-School Bookseller, Brick 
Church Chapel. 1838. [Verso of title:] Netv-York: Printed by Scatcherd & Adams, 
No. 38 Gold Street. i8mo, pp. 55. B., nyp., uts. For another edition, see Death and 
Heaven, below. 

The Danger and Hope of the American People: a Discourse on the day of the 
Annual Thanksgiving, in the State of New-York. ... New-York: John F. Trow, 
Printer, 1 14 Nassau-Street, a.d. 1843. 8vo, pp. 46. aas., c, GTS., minnhs., nyh., 

NYP., UTS. 

Death and Heaven: a Sermon preached at Newark, at the interment of the Rev 
Edward D. Griffin, d.d., on the loth of November, 1837. .. . John S. Taylor, Theo- 
logical and Sunday-School Bookseller, Brick Church Chapel, New-York. 1838. 
[Verso of title:] G. F. Hopkins, & Son, 98 Nassau-street, Printers. 8vo, pp. 40. 
AAS., B., BA., H., M.J NYH., NYP., Y. For another edition, see Christian Confidence, 
above. 

The Discriminating Preacher: a Sermon, preached in the North Church in the City 
of Hartford, Dec. i, 1824, at the ordination and installation of the Reverend Carlos 
Wilcox, as Pastor of said Church. . . . Hartford, 1825. 8vo, pp. 37. aas., c, uts., Y. 

A Dissertation on the Rule of Faith; delivered at Cincinnati, Ohio, at the Annual 
Meeting of the American Bible Society . . . New-York: Leavitt, Trozv, & Co., 194 
Broadway, mdcccxliv. [Verso of title:] John F. Trow & Co., Printers, 33 Ann- 
street. 8vO, pp. 104. aas., B., CU., GTS., NYH., NYP., UTS. 

A Funeral Sermon, occasioned by the Death of the Rev. Philip Melancthon Whelp- 
ley, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in the City of New-York, preached in that 
Church, on the 26th day of July, 1824: together with an address delivered at his 
funeral. ... New-York: Printed by J. Seymour, John-Street. 1824. 8vo, pp. 43. 
NYP., p., UTS., WHS. + [Same imprint and date.] 8vo, pp. 44. nyh., nyp., uts., Y. 

Paul's Argument for Home Missions. A Discourse preached by the appointment of 
the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, at their Annual Meeting in the City 
of Buffalo, New York, in May, 1854. . . . Philadelphia : Published by the Board of 
Missions. By order of the General Assembly. 1 854. 8vo, pp. 31. nyp., p., UTS. 

The Saviour's Presence with His Ministers. A Discourse delivered before the Gen- 
eral Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States, at the opening of their 
sessions at Louisville, Kentucky, in May, 1844. ... New-York: M. W. Dodd, 
Brick Church Chapel, opposite the City Hall. 1844. 8vo, pp. 51. aas., b., nyp., uts. 

A Sermon preached, April 21, 181 1, for the benefit of a Society of Ladies, instituted 
for the relief of Poor Widows with Small Children. . . . New-York: Published by 
Samuel Whiting and Co. at their Theological and Classical Bookstore, No. 96, Broad- 
way. J. Seymour, printer. 1811. 8vo, pp. 21. aas., gts., h., m., nyh., nyp., uts., y. 

Something must be done: a New Year's Sermon, preached on the last day of the old 
year . . . N ew-Y ork : Published by Dodge & Sayre, No. 86 Broadway, corner of Wall- 
Street. J . Seymour, Printer. 1816. 8vo, pp. 39. aas. -\- Newbury port: Published at 
Charles Whipple's Book-store and Library, No. 4 State-Street. Sold also by Henry 
Whipple, Salem. Feb. 1816. Wm. B. Allen & Co. Printers. 8vo, pp. 32. aas., h., 
HEH., nyh., nyp., uts. + Third Edition. New-York: Published by Dodge & Sayre, 
No. 86, Broadway, corner of Wall-Street. J. Seym-our, Printer. 1 81 6. 8vo, pp. 40. 



68 SPRING (lindley). 

AAS., c, Y. + Fourth Edition. Middlebury, Vt. Published by Wm. Slade, Jun. July, 

1816. 8vo, pp. 34. AAS.j Y. 

Triumph in Suifering. A Discourse delivered at the funeral of the Rev. I. S. Spencer, f 
D.D., pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church in Brooklyn, L. I. . . . New York: 
M. W. Dodd, Publisher, Brick Church Chapel, City Hall Square. 1855. 8vo, pp. 29. 

BA., NYH.j NYP., Y. 

The Will of God performed on Earth. A Sermon preached at Utica, N. Y. Oct. 8, 
1834, before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, at their 
Twenty-Fifth Annual Meeting. . . . Boston: Printed by Crocker and Brewster, 47 
Washington Street. 1835. 8vo, pp. 32. ba., gts., nyp., uts., y. 

Spring was also the author of other sermons and works of a religious nature. 

Spring (Lindley). The Negro at Home: an inquiry after his 
capacity for self-government and the government of whites for con- 
trolling, leading, directing, or co-operating in ; the civilization of 
the age; its material, intellectual, moral, religious, social and polit- 
ical interests; the objects of society and government; the business 
and duties of our race; the offenses of legislation. By Lindley 
Spring. New York: Published by the Author. 1868. i2mo, pp. 

237. B., H., nyp., up., UTEX., whs., Y. 89784 

Spring. ...Peace! A Lecture delivered on the 4th of August, 
1864 (Fast-day), at the Cooper Institute, New York. By Lindley 
Spring. [New York. co/). 1864.] i2mo, pp. 48. h.,nyh. 89785 

Caption title, with copyright notice as heading. 

[Spring.] "Peace! Peace! !" "But there is no Peace." . . . 
[New York? 1 86 1.] 8vo, cover title, and pp. 31. 

B., C, M., NYH., UTS., WHS., Y. 89786 
Signed on p. 24: Lindley Spring. Pp. 25-31 contain "Some reasons why I am 
opposed to the present war." Dated on p. 31: New York, May 11, 1861. The c, m. 
and UTS. copies lack the cover title. 

Spring (Samuel), b. 1746, i. 1819. An Address to the Mem- 
bers of the Merrimack Humane Society, at their Anniversary Meet- 
ing in Newburyport, Sept. i, 180 7. By Samuel Spring, A.M. New- 
buryfort: Edmund M. Blunt, Printer. 1807. 8vo, pp. 30, (2). 
AAS. 4" Printed by Edmund M. Blunt, for William Sawyer & 
Co. No.'i^., Market-Square, Newbury fort. 1807. 8 vo, pp. 30, (2). 

B., HEH., NYP. 89787 

Spring. A Charity Sermon, delivered at the request of the 
Howard Benevolent Society, in the First Presbyterian Church of 
Newburyport, October 4, 18 18. By Samuel Spring, d.d, New- 
buryport, Published by W. ^ J. Oilman, Printers and Booksellers, 
No. 2, Middle-Street. 1818. 8vo, pp. 20. 

AAS., BA., HEH., NYH., NYP. 89788 



SPRING (sAMUEl). 69 

Spring. Christian Knowledge, and Christian | Confidence in- 
separable. I A I Discourse | delivered by | Samuel Spring, a.m. | 
Pastor of the North Church in | Newbury-port, | Feb. 6th, 1785. 
I Published by desire of a number of his Hearers. ] Newbury-fort: j 
Printed and sold by John Mycall, mdcclxxxv. ] 8vo, pp. 46. 

AAS., C, JCB., NYH. 89789 
Half title: Mr. Spring's Discourse on Knowing and Trusting God. 

Spring. A | Discourse, | Delivered at the | North Church in 
Newburyport, ] November 7th, 1793. | Being the Day Appointed 
for a I General Thanksgiving, | by the Authority of | Massachu- 
setts. I By Samuel Spring, a.m. | Newburyport: \ Printed and Sold 
by John Mycall. \ mdccxciv. | 8vo, pp. 40. 

AAS., B., C, H., JCB., M., NYH. 8979O 

Spring. A Discourse delivered March 13, 1808, in consequence 
of the death of Deacon Thomas Thompson, who departed March 
7th in the 66th year of his age. By Samuel Spring, d.d. Newbury- 
port — E. W. Allen, Printer. Sold at the Book-Store of Thomas ^ 
Whiffle, publishers. Afril — 1 808. 8vo, pp. 24. 

AAS., B., BA., H., NYH., NYP. 8979 I 

Spring. A Discourse preached in Bradford, Sept. 1 1, 1804, be- 
fore the Essex Middle Association, at the Ordination of Charles 
Coffin, Jun. Vice President of Greeneville College, Tennessee. By 
Samuel Spring . . . Newburyport: Printed by Edmund M. Blunt: 
Sold by Angier March and Ebene-zer Stedman, at their respective 
bookstores. 1804. 8vo, pp. 47. 

AAS., B., H., HEH., NYH., UTS., Y. 89792 

Spring. The Exemplary Pastor. ] A | Sermon, | preached at the 
I Ordination | of | the Rev. Azel Washburn, | in | Royalton, | Sep- 
tember 3d, MDCCLXXXix. I By Samuel Spring, a.m. | Pastor of the 
North Church of Newbury-Port. ] Published by Desire. | Printed 
at Windsor, Vermont, \ by Alden Spooner. \ m.dcc.xci. | 8vo, pp. 
139. H., JCB., NYP. 89793 

I Pp- 32-35 contain the Charge; delivered by the Reverend Joseph Bowman, of 
[Barnard, and pp. 36-39 the Right-hand of Fellowship; tendered by the Reverend 
Stephen Fuller, of Vershire. 

[Spring.] A Friendly | Dialogue, | in three parts, | between | 
Philalethes & Toletus, ] upon the | Nature of Duty. | . . . | New- 
bury-port: I Printed and sold by John Mycall, 1784. | i2mo, pp. 

160, 32. AAS., BA., BM., H., JCB., M., NYP., WLC, Y. 89794 

On verso of title: "Toletus represents the Reverend David Tappan, . . . Philalethes 
VOL. XXIII. 5 



70 SPRING (sAMUEL). 

represents the Reverend Samuel Spring- ..." The final pp. 32 contain "A Private ,j 
Conference between Philalethes & Amatolos." For Mr. Tappan's reply, see his "Two { 
Friendly Letters," 1785. 

Spring. A Funeral Discourse, delivered at the Interment of the 
Rev. Nathaniel Noyes, in the North Congregational Church of 
Newburyport, Dec. 14, l8iO. By Samuel Spring, d.d. 'Newbury- j 
fort: From the Press of R. W. Allen. Sold at the Bookstore of \ 
Henry Whiffle, No. 6, Wakefield Place, Salem, Mass. 1 8 10. ! 

Svo, pp. 28. AAS., BA., UTS. 89795 | 

j 
Spring. God the Author of Human Greatness. A Discourse, on I 

the Death of General George Washington; delivered at the North i 

Congregational Church in Newburyport, December 29, 1799. By ' 

Samuel Spring, Pastor. Printed at Newbury fort, by Edmund M. \ 

Blunt. [1800.] 8vo, pp. 28. ' 

AAS., BA., C, HEH., JCB., NYH., NYP., UP., UTS., WHS. 89796 j 

Spring. Moral | Disquisitions: | and | Strictures | on the | Rev. ''\ 
David Tappan's | Letters [ to | Philalethes. | By Samuel Spring, j 
A.M. I pastor of the North Church in [ Newburyport. | . . . | New- i 
bury fort, \ Printed and sold by John My call. \ m^dcc^lxxxix. | ' 
i2mo, pp. 252. AAS., H., JCB., NYP., UTS., Y. + Second Edition. ; 
Exeter: Printed by Charles N orris &' Co. 1 8 15. i2mo, pp. 247. j 

AAS., UTS., Y. 89797 1 

Spring. The Nature and Importance of Right- | ly Dividing i 
the Truth. | A [ Sermon, | Delivered at the | Ordination | of the | ; 
Rev. Benjamin Bell, a.m. | to the Pastoral Care of the First Church ! 
in I Amesbury, | Oct. 13, 1784. I By Samuel Spring, a.m. | Pastor of ' 
the North Church in | Newbury-port. | Published by Desire, j 
Newbury-fort: \ Printed and Sold by John My call, mdcclxxxiv. ! 

8vo, pp. 64. AAS., BA., C, H., JCB., M., NYP., UTS., Y. 89798 1 

Spring. Sabbath School Premium. Three Sermons to Little i 
Children, on the nature and beauty of the dutiful temper. To which j 
is added forms of prayer, hymns, &c. for little children. By Samuel ! 
Spring . . . Newark, N. J . Re-fublished by William, Tuttle, and I 
for Sale at his Book & Stationary Store. 18 19. i8mo, pp. 72, I 
including frontispiece and illustration. nyp., y. 89799 ' 

For earlier editions, see Three Sermons, below. i 

Spring. A Sermon at the Inauguration of the Rev. Edward D. | 
Griffin, D.D. Bartlet Professor of Pulpit Eloquence in the Theologi- j 
cal Institution in Andover, June 21st, 1809. By Samuel Spring, , 
D.D. Published according to Vote of the Trustees of Phillips Acad- j 



SPRING (sAMUEl). 71 

emy. Published by Farrand, Mallory, and Co. Boston. Samuel 
T. Armstrong, Printer. 1 810. 8vo, pp. 34. 

AAS., B., BA., M., NYP. 8980O 

Spring. A | Sermon | Delivered at the | North Congregational 
Church I in | Newbury-port, | on a Day of Public | Thanksgiving; | 
November 20th, mdcclxxvii. | By Samuel Spring, a.m. | Pastor 
of the Church there. | Published by Desire of a Number of | the 
Hearers. | Newbury-'port: | Printed by JohnMycally 1778. | l2mo, 

pp. 32. AAS., BA., C, JCB., NYH. 8980 I 

Spring. A Sermon, delivered before the Massachusetts Mission- 
ary Society, at their Annual Meeting May 25, 1802. By Samuel 
Spring . . . The Annual Report also of the Trustees, and several 
interesting things relative to missions. Newbury fort: Printed by 
E. M. Blunt, No. 8, State-Street. 1802. 8vo, pp. 56. 

AAS., B., BA., HEH., M., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 89802 

Spring. A Sermon on family prayer. Newbury-Port: Printed 
by John My call. 1780. 89803 

Title from Evans. 

Spring. A Sermon, preached at New Haven, Con. before the 
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, at their 
Ninth Annual Meeting, Sept. I o, 18 18. By Samuel Spring . . . 
Boston: Printed by Samuel T. Armstrong, No. 50, Cornhill, 
1 8 18. 8vo, pp. 19, (l). 

AAS., B., BA., NYH., NYP., UTS., WHS., Y. 89804 

Spring. A | Sermon, | preached at the | Ordination | of | the 
Rev. Daniel Merril, | in | Sedgwick. | Sept. 17, 1793. | By Samuel 
Spring, A.M. I Pastor of the North Church in Newburyport. | New- 
buryfort: \ Printed by \ Edmund M. Blunt. \ mdccxciv. | 8vo, 

pp. 50. AAS., B., JCB., NYP. 89805 

Pp. 40-47 contain the Charge, by the Rev. Peter Powers, of Deer-Island, and pp. 
48-50 the Right Hand of Fellowship, by the Rev. Elijah Parish, a.m. of Byfield. 

Spring. A | Sermon | Preached at the | ordination | of | the 
Reverend Pearson Thurston, | Pastor of the Church in Somers- 
worth. I February ist. 1792. | By Samuel Spring, | Pastor of the 
North Church in Newbury-port. | Dover: \ Printed by EUfhalet 
Ladd, I at his Printing-ofice, near the Court-House. \ M,DCC,xcil. | 

Svo, pp. 25. AAS., B., JCB., NYH. 89806 

Spring. The Sixth Commandment friendly to Virtue, Honor 
and Politeness. A Discourse, in consequence of the Late Duel, ad- 



72 SPRING (sAMUEl). 

dressed to the North Congregational Society of Newburyport. Au- 
gust 5, 1804. By Samuel Spring. Newbury fort: From the Press 
of E. W . Allen. — 1 804. For Sale at the Bookstore of Thomas &' 
Whiffle J Market-Square. 8vo, pp. 28. 

AAS.j B., BA., H., HEH., NYH., WHS., Y. 89807 

Spring. The Substance I of a | Discourse, | Delivered at | Wes- 
ford, I October 4th, 1779: ] By Samuel Spring, a.m. | Pastor of the 
North Church in | Newbury-port. | Published by Desire of a Num- 
ber of the Hearers. | New bury -fort: | Printed and Sold by John 
My call. 1780. I Small 8vo, pp. 47, advertisement (i). 

AAS., BA., C, CU., JCB., NYH._, UTS., Y. 89808 

Half title: Mr. Spring's Sermon on the Importance of Sinners coming Immediately 
to Christ. 

Spring. A | Thanksgiving | Sermon, | preached November 29, 
1 798, I By the Rev. Samuel Spring, a.m. Pastor of the North Con- 
gregational Society in | Newburyport. Published by Desire. | 
Newburyfort: Printed by Angier March, for the subscribers. \ 
m.dcc.xcviii. I 8vo, pp. 26. 

AAS., B., BA., JCB., M., NYH., NYP., Y. 89809 

Spring. Three sermons to little children, on the nature and 
beauty of the dutiful temper. . . . Boston: Printed and sold by 
Nathaniel Coverly, mdcclxxxiii. 24mo, pp. 65, (7). + New- 
buryport, 1783. i8mo, pp. 72. Title from catalogue of R. W. 
Lull, Sept. 15, 1928, No. 8. 89810 

First title from Evans. 

Spring. Three | Sermons | to | Little Children: | on | The 
Nature and Beauty | of the | Dutiful Temper. | To which is added, | 
Several | Forms of Prayer, | for | Little Children. | With | Ex- 
tracts I From various Authors. | By Samuel Spring, a.m. | Pastor 
of a Church in New- | bury-Port. | New-York: \ Printed by Wil- 
liam, Durell. I M,DCC,xc. | 24mo, pp. 95 including frontispiece and 
one other illustration. aas. 898 1 1 

Also includes "Picture of a happy family" and confession of faith. 
For an 1819 edition, see Sabbath School Premium, above. 

Spring. Truth Discriminated from Error. A Sermon delivered 
in Danvers, at the Ordination of the Rev. Samuel Walker, August 
14th, 1805. By Rev. Samuel Spring, of Newburyport. Salem: 
Printed by Joshua Gushing. 1 805. 8vo, pp. 40. AAS., WHS. 898 1 2 

Spring. Two Sermons addressed to the Second Congregational 
Society in Newburyport, Fast Day, April 6, 1809. By Samuel 



SPRING (samuel). 73 

Spring, D.D. Newburyfort: from the Press of E. W. Allen. 1809. 

8vo, pp. 31. AAS., BA., C, HEH., M., NYP., UTS., Y. + . . . And a 

Letter, addressed by the Rev. Solomon Aiken, a.m. Pastor of a 
Church in Dracutt, to the Rev. Samuel Spring, d.d. ... on the 
subject of his Sermons, delivered April the 6th, 1809. Newbury- 
fort, Printed for Subscribers, by W. & /. Gilman, Printers, Book- 
sellers, uind Stationers, Middle-street — Sept. 1 809. 8vo, pp. 36. 
AAS., c, n., HEH., M., NYH., NYP. + [Same title as the first edi- 
tion.]^ Elizabethtown, (NJ.) Printed by Shefard Kollock, nearly 
offosite the Academy. — 1810. 8vo,pp. 52. nyh., nyp. 89813 

The edition printed by Allen is dedicated to "Christian Friends and Fellow Citi- 
zens," and this dedication is quoted in the Gilman issue as that of the "First Edition." 

Aiken's letter is included in the Elizabethtown edition, although it is not mentioned 
in the title. This letter was also issued separately: Haverhill, 1809, aas., ba., heh., 
NYP.; and, Utica, i8io, uts. 

Spring was also the author of other sermons printed after 1800, which are omitted 
from the above list because of the lack of other than religious interest. 

See also, "A Vindication of the Result of the late Council at Ipswich." Spring was a 
member of this Council, and his name is the first of those signed to the "Vindication." 

Spring (Samuel), b. 1792, d. 1877. Memorial of the Rev. 
Royal Robbins, late pastor of the Church in Kensington, Ct. Com- 
piled by S. Spring, late pastor of the Church in East Hartford. . . . 
Hartford: Press of Case, Lockwood &" Company. 1862. 8vo, 
PP-57- NYH., Y. 89814 

Pp. 5-19 contain "The Continued Life of the Believer. A Sermon, delivered at the 
funeral of Rev. Royal Robbins. By Rev. E. C. Jones, pastor of the Church in South- 
ington. Conn." 

Spring. The Only Safe Expedient. A Discourse delivered be- 
fore the Hartford Temperance Society. By Samuel Spring, pastor 
of the North Church in Hartford. . . . Hartford: Published by 
James W. Judd and Co. 1832. [Verso of title:] G. F. Olmsted, 
Printer. 8vo, pp. 31. H., nyp., uts., y. 89815 

Spring Blossoms, a Daily Paper, published for Gonzaga Fair. 
Vol.1. Apr. I7-May8, 1865. Washington, D. C. 1865. Folio, 
cover title, and pp. 104. c. 898 1 6 

No numbers issued April 18-23, 3°, May 6-7, inclusive. 

Spring Garden, (District), Philadelphia. A Digest of 
the Acts of Assembly, and of the Ordinances of the inhabitants and 
commissioners of the district of Spring Garden, for the government 
of that district. By Robert Bethell, solicitor of the corporation. . . . 
Philadelphia: J. H. Jones, Printer, No. 34 Carter's Alley. 1852. 
8vo,pp. ix, (2), 264. NYH. 89817 

For earlier editions, see Philadelphia, no. 61589, vol. 14. 



74 SPRING GARDEN. 

[Spring Garden Institute.] Catalogue of Books belong- 
ing to the Library of the Free Reading Room Association of Spring 
Garden. . . . Philadelfhia: Printed by J. Rakestraw. 1856. 8vo, 
pp. 40. c. 89818 

Catalogue of Books in the Library of the Spring Garden Institute 
. . . Incorporated, April 12th, 185 i. Philadelfhia: T. W. Stuckey, 
Printer. [185-?] 8vo, pp. 58. C. 89819 

Constitution and By-laws of the Free Reading Room Association 
of Spring Garden, together with the Sixth Annual Report, and a 
review of sundry lectures. Philadelfhia: [The Association.^ 
1856. 8vo, pp. (2), II. c. 89820 

Fourth Annual Report of the Board of Managers of the Spring 
Garden Institute, and Treasurer's Account Current. Read at the 
annual meeting of the members, January 1 1, 1855, ^"^ ordered to 
be printed. With the Act of Incorporation ; the rules and regulations 
for the government of the library and reading-room; the names of 
those to whom certificates of life-membership have been issued; and 
the names of the annual members; as, also, the names of the officers, 
members, and standing committees of the Board of Managers for 
the year 1855. Philadelfhia: C. Sherman &' Son, Printers. 1855. 
8vo, pp. (2), 27, (i). Continued. c. 89821 

Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati. Annual Report to 
the Lot Holders of the Cemetery of Spring Grove, and the public, 
for 1848—9. Published by direction of the lot holders, at their an- 
nual meeting, held October ist, 1849. Cincinnati: Gazette Office 
— Wright, Fisher, &' Co. frinters. 1849. ^^°' PP- ^'^- Con- 
tinued. C, H. 89822 

Improved title of no. 131 15, vol. 4, supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

The report for 1857 contains added historical material, and has title as follows: 
The Cincinnati Cemetery of Spring Grove. Report for 1857. Cincinnati: C. F. 
Bradley & Co., Printers, 147 Main Street. 1 857. 8vo, pp. 130. 29 plates, one of 
which is folded, and folded plan, ba., h., nyh., nyp. Pp. 93—120 contain a list of the 
proprietors. See also, the "Cincinnati Cemetery of Spring Grove," 1862, below. 

Cemetery of Spring Grove: its By-laws; Rules and Regula- 
tions; Certificate of Ownership, and Charter. Cincinnati: Printed 
at the Daily Atlas Office. 1846. 8vo, pp. 14. H. 89823 

Cemetery of Spring Grove : its Charter, Rules, and Regulations, 
also an Address delivered at tlie Consecration, [Aug. 20th, 1845] 
by the Hon. John M'Lean, and a catalogue of the proprietors on the 
1st of May 1849. Cincinnati: Ga-zette Office y Wright, Fisher &' 

Co. 1849. 8vo, pp. 46. B.J C, H., NYP. 89824 



SPRING GROVE. 75 

The Cincinnati Cemetery of Spring Grove. Reports, Forms, etc. 
Enlarged Edition. Cincinnati: Bradley £s? Webb, Printers, 135 
Main Street. 1862. 8vo, pp. 137, (2). 71 plates, three of which 
are folded, and folded table. c, nyp. 89825 

Pp. 97-137 contain "Names of Proprietors." This is an "enlarged edition" of the 
report for 1857. 

Spring Grove Cemetery: Its History and Improvements. See 
Cincinnati, no. 131 14, vol. 4. aas., aml., c, nyp. 

According to c, the author is Adolphus Strauch. 

Spring Hill Boarding School, Sandwich, Mass. A Cata- 
logue of the Teachers and Students of Spring Hill Boarding School. 
For the year ending 3d Mo. 15, 1843. Barnstable: Press of the 
Barnstable Patriot. 1843. l6mo, pp. Il, (l). AAS. 89826 

Spring Hill College, Mobile, . . . Catalogue of Spring Hill 
College, (St. Joseph's,) near Mobile, Alabama, for the Academical 
Year 185 1— '2. Mobile: Printed by Dade, Thomfson & Co. 
1852. 8vo, pp. 18, (2). Continued. c. 89827 

With heading: "A. M. D. G." Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Spring Lane School, Boston. Annual Catalogue of the 
Pupils of Spring Lane School. To which are annexed, remarks on its 
system of instruction and management. Boston, — 1843. Boston: 
S. N. Dickinson, Printer, 52 Washington Street. 1843. i6mo, 

pp. 14, (l). AAS. 89828 

Spring Notes. The Beginning and End. Dorchester, May-Day, 
1857. [Colophon:] David Claff — Printer. [Dorchester. 1857.] 
4to, pp. 4. AAS. 89829 

Caption title. Published to raise money for the Dorchester Athenaeum. 

Spring Valley, N. J. Manual of the Religious Society of 
Spring Valley, Bergen County, N. J. Organized January 12, 
1872. Compiled by order of the committee. New York: C. D. 
Wynkoof, Book and Job Printer, 24 Ann Street. 1 876. 1 2mo, pp. 
12, list of members ( I ), blank verso, (i). UTS. 89830 

Spring- Villa Seminary, Bordentown, N. J. Fourth An- 
nual Catalogue of the Spring- Villa Seminary for young ladies, at 
Bordentown, N. J. under the direction of A. N. Girault. Phila- 
delfhia: Printed by William Stavely (ff Co. No. 12 Pear street. 
1840. 8vo, pp. 16. nyh. 89831 

Springbok. Papers relating to . . . See nos. 58473, ba., nyp., and 
58474, vol. 14, h., M. 



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76 SPRINGER (CORNELIUS). 

Springer (C[ornelius] ). A Review of the late decision of the 
Supreme Court of Ohio, which has went [sic] virtually to incor- 
porate the Methodist Episcopal Church in the U. S.: or in other 
words, to incorporate eighteen hundred itinerant preachers, with 
the privilege of holding within this State, property to an extensive 
and indefinite amount: and which gives these Itinerant preachers, 
virtually, full power to wrest away at pleasure, by ecclesiastical and 
legal processes, all the Church property of their membership in 
Ohio, amounting in valuation to $350,000, more or less. The 
whole giving a development of the Principles of the Government 
of the M. E. Church — showing that the creation of such a cor- 
poration, holding such a vast amount of property, is a dangerous 
engine in a free government. By C. Springer. Cincinnati: 1832. 
8vo, pp. 71, (i). 89832 

Title from Thomson's "Bibliography of . . . Ohio," 1880, and Rusk's "Literature 
of the Middle Western Frontier," 1925, vol. 2, p. 263. A copy is in the Lexington 
Public Library. 

Also : A Record of the Funeral and Memorial Services of the Rev. Cornelius 
Springer, of the Muskingum Conference, Methodist Church. Pittsburgh: Press of C. 
A. Scott, No. 6 Sixth Street, near the Suspension Bridge. 1875. 8vo, pp. 41, and 
printed covers, aas.j nyh., y. On the back cover is a poem by Alexander Clark. 

Springer (J.). The Forest Lodge. A Romance of Indian Life. 
By J. Springer. ISlew York: Geo. Munro i^ Co. 1864. i6mo, 
pp. 100. 89833 

Title from the "American Literary Gazette and Publishers' Circular," vol. 3, 1864, 
p. 241. 

Springer. The Hunter's Triumph; a Sequel to the Indian- 
Slayer. By J. Springer. N.Y.: Geo. Munro ^ Co. 1864. 

Title from the "American Literary Gazette," vol. 2, 1864, p. 418. 898^4 

Springer (J. J.). Temperance vs. Abstinence, a very temperate 
discussion on a very important question. By J. J. Springer, Lan- 
caster, Pa. Intelligencer Print, Lancaster, Pa. [n. d.] i8mo, 
cover title, and pp. i6. nyp. 89835 

S[pringer] (J[ohann] C[hristoph] E[ric]). Physikalisch 
Untersuchung, ob auch Patagonische Riesen moglich, und die 
Erzahlungen davon wahr sind? Von J. C. E. S. Leifzig. 1769. 
8vo. 89836 

Title supplied from Meusel, vol. 13, 1813, p. 257, and Rich, vol. i, 1846, p. 177. 

Springer (John S.). Forest Life and Forest Trees: comprising 

winter camp-life among the loggers, and wild-wood adventure. 

y With descriptions of lumbering operations on the various rivers of 

Maine and New Brunswick. By John S. Springer. New York: 



snj. 



SPRINGER (jOHN S.). 77 

Harfer &' Brothers, Publishers, 82 Clif Street. 1 85 1. l2mo, 
pp.259. Frontispiece, aas., b., bm., c, cu., h., heh., nyh^J'nyp., 
UP. -j" New York: Harfer &' Brothers, Publishers, 329 ^331 
Pearl Street, Franklin Square. 1 856. 1 2 mo, pp. 259 including 
illustrations. Frontispiece. 

AAS., BA., C, H., NYH., NYP., WHS., Y. 89837 

In the "Publisher's Circular," vol. 14, London, 1 851, p. 345, is advertised an issue 
with 272 pp., "recently imported by Sampson Lovv'." 

Springer (Moses), Jr. ... The Maine Farmer's Almanack, 
for the year of our Lord, 18 19. . . . Calculated for the latitude and 
meridian of Hallowell, Me. By Moses Springer, Jr. . . . Hallo- 
well: Printed and published by E. Goodale. Sold by him at his store, 
wholesale and retail, and S. K. Gilman, Hallowell; M. Springer, 
Jr., Gardiner; Isaac Adams and W. ^ H. Hyde, Portland fff 
Bath; Enoch Goodale, Saco; John Babson, Wiscasset; S. Stone, 
Brewer; Ladd &' Morrill, Belfast; Bradley ^ Little, Bucksport; 
and by the traders in general. ... [ 1818.] 1 2 mo, pp. (48). 

AAS., B., MEHS. 89838 
With heading: "No. i." Springer also published issues for 1820, 1821, 1822. 

Springer (M[oses] ), /r. Songs of Zion: being a collection of 
hymns, for the use of the pious of all denominations. By M. 
Springer, jun. Hallowell: Printed by E. Goodale. 1817. i8mo, 
pp. 160. 89839 

Title from Noyes' "Bibliography of Maine Imprints," 1930. Other editions listed 
in Williamson, or located by us are as follows: third edition, improved, Hallowell, 
i8i9,AAs.i second edition, //a//ow^/Z, 1824; iourth. e.diX\oi\, Hallowell, 1826, aas., y.j 
sixth edition, Hallowell, 1829, utex.; Charlestown, 1830; seventh edition, Hallowell, 
1832; Hallowell, 1853, AAS. 

Springer (William M[cKendree] ). Diplomacy and Retrench- 
ment. Speeches of Hon. William M. Springer, of Illinois, and 
Hon. S. S. Cox, of New York, in the House of Representatives, 
February 9, 1876. Washington. 1876. 8vo, pp. 21, 26. 

NYP. 89840 

Springer's speech has the heading, "Retrenchment, Economy, Reform — ^The Diplo- 
matic and Consular Bill." The final pp. 26 contain Cox's speech, with heading, 
"Beauties of Diplomacy." 

Springer. The Income Tax. Supreme Court of Illinois, Janu- 
ary Term, 1868. Wm. M. Springer, Plaintiff in Error, vs. John 
E. Rosette, et als., Defendants in Error. Argument of Stuart, 
Edwards & Brown, and John E. Rosette for Defendants in Error. 
Springfield, III.: Illinois State Journal Company. 1 868. 8vo, 
cover title and pp. 20. B. 8984 1 



78 SPRINGER (WILLIAM M.) 

Springer. "Watered Stock," Speech of Hon. Wm. M. Springer, 
at Representatives Hall, Springfield, 111., Thursday evening, March 
26th, '74. [n.f. 1874.] 8vo, cover title, and pp. 9, 

Title supplied by Annie A. Nunns. WHS. 89842 

Springer's Cleveland City Guide of the Streets, City and County 
Offices, Public Buildings, . . . Cleveland. 1872. i6mo, pp. I12. 

89843 

Title from Robert Clarke and Company's "Bibliotheca Americana," 1878, no. 3197. 

Springfield, III. 

Directories. 

Each of the directories listed below is the first in its particular series. They are 
arranged chronologically. 

Springfield City Directory, and Sangamon County Advertiser, 
for 1855—6. Compiled by E. H. Hall. First publication. Spring- 
field : Birchall &? Owen, lo S. S. Public Square. 1855. ... 
[Verso of title:] Chicago: Robert Fergus, Printer, 189 Lake 
Street. l6mo, pp. (4), 3, (3), 64, advertisements 36, 12. Folded 
map. NYH. 89844 

According to the preface, "The Directory of Springfield, which the publishers now 
present for public approval, is the first, they believe, which has been published." 

Campbell & Richardson's Springfield City Directory and Busi- 
ness Mirror, for 1863. With an appendix of much valuable in- 
formation, carefully compiled from original sources. Compiled by 
Campbell & Richardson. Published annually. . . . Sp-ingfield, 
Illinois: Johnson &' Bradford, Booksellers and Printers, West 
Side of the Public Square, 1 863. 8vo, pp. 156. nyp. 89845 

According to the preface, this is the first issue. In the nyp. copy, a preliminary leaf 
appears to be missing. 

Springfield City Directory and Business Mirror, for 1866, to- 
gether v^^ith a list of the Post Offices in the State of Illinois, arranged 
in alphabetical order. . . . Sf ring field, Illinois: Bronson &' Nixon, 
Publishers and Printers. 1 865. 8vo, pp. (4), 7-263, advertise- 
ments (3). C, NYP. 89846 
Interspersed with unnumbered leaves of advertisements, one of which is folded. 
Some are of paper similar to that of the text, and some of colored paper. The preface 
states that this is the first in a new series of Springfield directories. 

Sangamon County Gazetteer, with city directories of Springfield 
and Jacksonville. See Sangamon County, no. 76504, vol. 18. 

Holland's Springfield City Directory. For 1868-9, containing 
a Complete List of all Residents in the City, also a Classified Busi- 



SPRINGFIELD, ILL. 79 

ness Directory, with the Names and address of the Merchants, 
Manufacturers, Professional Men, &c, in the City. Chicago^ West- 
ern Publishing Company , Publishers. Office 146 South Water 
Street. [1868.] 8vo, pp. 24, 37-234. Continued. 

NYH., NYP. 89847 
According to the introductory remarks, this is the first issue in another series. 

Springfield City Directory, for 1869—70. Containing a com- 
plete list of all residents in the city; also, a classified business direc- 
tory of the merchants and professional men in the city. R. L. 
Dudley &' Co.y Publishers. Sfringfieldy III. Daily State Register 
Steam Printing House. 1869. 8vo,pp. 219. nyh. 89848 

The paging begins with the front cover, pp. 1—8, 216-219, ^nd the back cover con- 
taining advertisements. Also interspersed with unnumbered leaves of advertisements. 
The title is on p. 9. The dedication calls this "the first correct Directory of the Capital 
of the State." 

Babeuf's Directory of Springfield, Illinois, and Sangamon Coun- 
ty, by townships, for the years 1 874-5. Compiled and published 
by Julius Babeuf. Sf ring field: Illinois Journal Co., Printers. 

1874. 8vo, pp. 183, (l). NYH. 89849 

Between pp. 80 and 81 is an unnumbered leaf on heavy paper, and at both the begin- 
ning and end there are three leaves on colored paper. The foreword implies that this is 
the first issue of this series. 

Official Programme of the Order of Exercises connected with the 
unveiling of the statue of Abraham Lincoln upon the National 
Lincoln Monument, Springfield, Illinois, Thursday, October 15th, 
1874; also, his Remarks to his neighbors on leaving Springfield, 
February 11, 1861. With his Inaugural Addresses, Messages to 
Congress, Emancipation Proclamation, and Address at Gettys- 
burg, Pennsylvania. Sfringfield: Illinois State Journal Comfany. 

1874. 8vo, pp. Ixxvi, (2). JOHNCRERAR. 89850 

Title supplied by J. Christian Bay. 

St. PauPs Church. Parish Directory of St. Paul's Church, Corner 
of Third and Adams Streets, Springfield, 111. Rev. Frank M. 
Gregg, A.M., Rector. August 1 870. [^Sfringfield. 1870.] l6mo, 
pp. 24. GTS. 89851 

Issued annually. The first to fifth are located at gts. 

Sfringfield Board of Trade. History of Springfield, Illinois. 
See Power (J. C), no. 64771, vol. 15. aas., b., ba., c, nyp. 

Sfringfield Library Association. Articles of Association, By- 
laws, and Catalogue of Books of the Springfield Library Associa- 



8o SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

tion. Feb. 15, 1 871. Springfield: Illinois State Journal Print. 
1871. 8vo, pp. Ill, (l). £.,0.89852 

Springfield, Mass. Address, to the Calvinistic Society in 
Springfield. See below, [Third Congregational Church]. 

City Library Association. Annual Report of the City Library 
Association, of the City of Springfield, for the Year ending May i, 
1866. Published by the Association. Sfring field: Samuel Bowles 
^ C omf any. Printers. 1866. 8vo, pp. 16. Continued. 

C, NYP. 89853 

Catalogue of the Library of the City Library Association . . . 
Sfring field, Mass.: S. Bowles &' Company, Printers. 1 87 I. 8vo, 
pp. xii, 668. Frontispiece. aas., b., c. 89854 

Directories. The Springfield Almanac, Directory, and Business 
Advertiser, for 1845. Sfring field: Published by V. W. Skiff. 
1845. i6mo, pp. 128, blank recto, 129-130. 3 plans. 

aas., nyh. 89855 

At head of cover title: "Vol. I. To be Published annually. No. I." nyh. has five 
issues, 1845— 1849; also: The Springfield Directory, preliminary to the regular issue 
of 1851. Published by V. W. Skiff . . . 1850. l8mo, pp. (2), 5-86. M., nyh. 

Bessey's Springfield Directory for 185 1 — 1852. Containing 
every kind of information valuable for reference to strangers and 
citizens. With an engraved copperplate map of the tow^n. From 
October, 185 I, to May, 1853. Published hereafter on the ist May, 
annually. Sfring field: Published by M. Bessey. G. W. Wilson, 
Printer, Main Street. 1 851. l8mo, pp. 192. Folded map. 

c. 89856 

For 1853—54, AAS., B., NYH.; for 1854—5, AAS., H.; for 1855—6, AAS., NYH.; for 
1857—8, AAS., H., NYH. The issue for 1858—9 is called "Newcomb's Springfield Direc- 
tory." AAS., c, H., NYH. Continued under the following title: 

Springfield City Directory, and Business Advertiser, for 1859- 
60. From July i, 1859, to J^^y ^j i860. Published annually. 
Sfringfield: Published by Samuel Bowles and Comfany. 1 859. 
i2mo, pp. 130. Continued. aas., h., nyh. 89857 

Pp. 113— 130 contain advertisements. Leaves of advertisements on colored paper are 
interspersed, aas. has a complete file up to 1876 and later. 

Doings of the Fourth National Exhibition of Horses, held in 
Hampden Park, Springfield, Mass., September 4, 5, 6 and 7, i860, 
with the Reports of the Committees, and the List of Premiums 



SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



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awarded. Sf ring field: Samuel Bowles & Company, Printers. 
i860. 8vo,pp. 40. AAS. 89858 

Exercises at the Dedication of the New City Hall, Springfield, 
Mass., Jan. ist, 1856. Including the Address by Dr. J. G. Hol- 
land, with a full Description of the Building. Published by order 
of the City Council. Springfield: Samuel Bowles <y Comfany, 
Printers. 1856. 8vo, pp. 39. 

AAS., H., HEH., M., NYH., NYP. 89859 

Firemen^s Mutual Relief Association. Constitution and Articles 
of Agreement of the Firemen's Mutual Relief Association of the 
City of Springfield, Mass. Organized March, 1858. Sfringfield, 
Mass.: Samuel Bow'les & Comfany, Printers. 1870. i8mo, pp. 
j5^ AAS. 89860 

First Baptist Church. A Short Summary and Declaration of 
Faith, of the First Baptist Church in Springfield: adopted in 1831. 
To which is added the church covenant, a brief history of the church, 
the succession of pastors, and the present oflUcers of the church, &c. 
... Springfield: George W. Wilson, Printer. 185 1. l8mo, pp. 

or_ H. 89861 

First Church of Christ. Historical Sketch, Articles of Faith and 
Covenant, and Regulations of the First Church of Christ, Spring- 
field, Mass. with List of OfiUcers, and Register of Members. Spring- 
field, Mass. : Clark W. Bryan and Company, Printers. 1876. 8 vo, 

pp. 44. AAS. 89862 

Manual and Catalogue of the First Church of Christ, in Spring- 
field, Massachusetts. Issued January, 1866. Albany: Charles 
Van Benthuysen's Steam Printing House, 407 Broadway. 1866. 
8vo,pp.40. NYH., Y. 89863 

Historical sketch on p. 3. 

First Congregational Church. Manual and Catalogue of the 
Officers and Members of the First Congregational Church in 
Springfield. March, 1856. Springfield: Argus Job Office, San- 
ford Street. 1856. l6mo, pp. 36. AAS. 89864 

High School. Alumni Association. First Triennial Catalogue 
of the Alumni Association, of Springfield High School, with Con- 
stitution, List of Alumni, &c. Springfield: Samuel Bowles & 
Company, Printers. 1857. 8vo, pp. 43. Y. 89865 

Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

Institute. See Young Men's Institute, below. 



82 SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

Mechanics^ Mutual Benefit Association. By-laws of the Me- 
chanics' Mutual Benefit Association, of Springfield, Mass, Adopted 
October 1st, 1849. Sfringfield: Wilson, Printer^ cor. Main and 
State Sts. 1849. i8mo, pp. (2), 8, aas. 89866 

Memorial Church. Manual of the Memorial Church, for 1866. 
Containing the Profession of Faith, Covenant, Rules, Constitution 
of the Sabbath School, Catalogue of the Members of the Church, 
Congregation and Sabbath School. Sfringfield: Samuel Bowles &' 
Comfany, Printers. 1 866. 1 2 mo, pp. 36. Y. 89867 

Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

The Nation Weeping for its Dead. Observances at Springfield, 
Massachusetts, on President Lincoln's Funeral Day, Wednesday, 
April 1 9, 1 865, including Dr. Holland's Eulogy. From the Spring- 
field Republican's Report. Sfringfield, Mass.: Samuel Bowles & 
Co.: L. J. Powers. 1865. 8vo, pp. 32. 

BA., C, H., HEH., M., NYP., Y. 89868 

National Armories, a Review^ of the System of . . , Management 
at the Springfield Armory, See S [teams] (C [harles] ) . 

North Congregational Church. Manual of the North Congrega- 
tional Church, Springfield, Mass. Sfringfield: Samuel Bowles & 
Comf any, Printers. 1854. i6mo, pp. 20. aas. 89869 

Pastor's Report. Read at the annual meeting of the North Con- 
gregational Church, Springfield, Mass. . . . Sfringfield, Mass.: 
Atwood £s? Noyes, Printers. 1876. 8vo, cover title, and pp. 8. 

NYH. 89870 

Olivet Congregational Church. Manual and Catalogue of the 
Ofl^cers and Members of the Olivet Congregational Church in 
Springfield, Mass. May, 1874. Sfringfield, Mass.: Clark W. 
Bryan &' Comf any, Printers. 1874. i2mo,pp. 52. nyh. 89871 

Order of Exercises in commemoration of the Birthday of Wash- 
ington, and the late glorious victories of the Union troops. The 
meeting to be held at the City Hall, Springfield, February 2 2d, 
1862, at 10 1-2 o'clock A. M. Samuel Bowles &' Comfany, Print- 
ers, Sfringfield. [1862.] 8vo,pp. (4). HEH. 89872 
Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

South Church. By-laws, Confession of Faith, Covenant, and 
Catalogue of Officers and Members of the South Church, Spring- 
field, Mass. Sfringfield, Mass. J. F. Tannatt &' Comfany, Print- 



SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 83 

ers, Main St. 1858. 1 2mo, pp. 31, and slip of addenda and errata. 

M. 89873 

By-laws, Confession of Faith, Covenant, and Catalogue of Offi- 
cers and Members of the South Church, Springfield, Mass. Sf ring- 
field: Samuel Bowles i^ CoTuf any y Printers. 1 866. Pp.34. 

Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. Y. 89874 

The Confession of Faith and Covenant of the South Church, 
Springfield, Mass. Rev. Noah Porter, Pastor. Wood & Ruff, 
Printers. 1844. i8mo, cover title, and pp. 10, Y. 89875 

Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. List of Members, pp. 7-10. 

Standing Rules, Confession of Faith, Covenant and Catalogue of 
Officers and Members of the South Church, Springfield, Mass. 
Sfringfield, Mass. : Clark W. Bryan is' Comfany, Printers. 1 876. 

I2mo, pp. 48. AAS., M., NYH., Y. 89876 

Cover title: Manual of the South Church. 
Historical Register, pp. 22—48. 

Sfringfield Aqueduct Comfany. A Statement of Facts in con- 
nection with the Petition of the Springfield Aqueduct Company, for 
an addition to their Act of Incorporation. Also, Hon. W. G. Bates' 
Argument before the Committee of the Legislature, on the subject, 
March 23, 1849. Sfringfield: G. W. Wilson, Printer, Main 
Street, over Merriam, Chafin, iff Co^s Bookstore. 1849. ^'^^> PP- 
53. AAS. 89877 

Springfield Cemetery. Historical Memoir of . . . See Bliss (G.), 

no. 5920, vol. 2. AAS., H. 

Sfringfield Debating Society. Constitution and By-laws of the 
Springfield Debating Society. Instituted February 20, 1828. S. 
Bowles, Printer. [Sfringfield. 1828.] l8mo, pp. 8. aas. 89878 

Sfringfield Home for Friendless Women and Children. First 
Annual Report of the Managers of the Springfield Home for 
Friendless Women and Children. March, 1 866. Sfringfield, 
Mass. Samuel Bowles and Comfany, Printers. 1866. 8vo, pp. 29. 
Continued. cu., NYP. 89879 

The Springfield Horse Shows. Details and Proceedings of the 
Exhibition of 1867. With a History of the Origin and Progress of 
the Celebrated Springfield Horse Shows, as shown by former Ex- 
hibitions in 1853, 1^57' 1858, and i860. Sfringfield, Mass.: 
Samuel Bowles <y Comfany, Publishers. 1867. 8vo, pp. 28. 

B., M. 89880 



84 SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

Sf ring field Library Com-pany. Catalogue of books in the Spring- 
field Library Company. Sfringfield: Printed by Francis Stebbins. 
1796. 89881 

Lists 320 titles. Title from Evans. 

The Springfield Musket. Number One. Springfield, Mass., 
Tuesday, December 20, 1864. Ten Cents. . . . (Published at the 
Fair for the Soldiers' Rest.) . . . The series to consist of four num- 
bers . . . Samuel Bowles ^ Comfanyy Printers. 4to, pp. 8. 

c, H., M., Y. 89882 

The four numbers, Dec. 20-23, were also issued together in a paper cover with title: 
The Springfield Musket. 

Editors: Mrs. John Hooker, Mrs. T. M. Brown, Miss E. D. Rice, Miss F. B. Hixon. 

[ Third Congregational Church] . Address, to the Calvinistic 
Society in Springfield. Sfringfield. From the Press of S. Bowles. 
July, iS^i- i2mo, pp. 15. AAS., NYP. 89883 

Signed: By order of the Committee, B. Howard, Chairman. 

Sketch of the History of . . . the Third Congregational Society. 
See [Humphreys (C. A.)], no. 33798, vol. 8. aas., h. 

Young Men^s Institute. Catalogue of the [Young Men's] In- 
stitute Library, with the Constitution & By-laws. Sfringfield: 
H.S. Taylor, Printer. 1847. i2mo, pp. 78, (i). c, H. 89884 

Merged with the City Library in 1857. 

Young Men^s Library Association. . . . Catalogue . . . Sfring- 
field: C. W. Bryan and Comfany, Printers. 1873. l2mo, pp. 41. 

With heading: Incorporated 1873. C. 89885 

Springfield, Mo. Charge of the Body Guard at Springfield, 
Missouri. On the Twenty-fifth of October, i86i. [Verso of 
title :] The Orfhans Press, [n. f. 1 86 1 ? ] Small 4to, pp. 8. 

Signed and dated: W. D. H. December, 1861. NYH., NYP. 89886 

Directory. The Springfield City Directory for 1873—74. Con- 
taining a Historical Sketch of the City; a List [of] all Residents; 
a Classified Business Directory; Street Directory; Church Direc- 
tory, etc., etc., etc.; and editorial notices of the prominent manu- 
facturers, professional and business men. St. Louis, Mo: The R. 
P. Studley Comfany, Printers, 221 N. Main Street. 1 873. 8vo, 
pp. 180. aas. 89887 

Springfield, N. J. Springfield, Union County, N. J. The His- 
tory of its Centennial Fourth, Committees, Meetings, Procession, 



SPRINGFIELD, O. 85 

and Oration by Rev. H. W. Teller. Exhibitions, Press Remarks 
and Historical Items. Newark, N. J.: Printed by Ward &" 
Tichenor, 832 &' 834 Broad Street. 1 876. 8vo, pp. 36. 

NYH. 89888 
A letter on p. 36 is signed, "Sylvanus Lyon, Henry W. Graves, Committee of Pub- 
lication." 

Springfield, O. Directories. Directory of the City of Spring- 
field containing the City Charter and Ordinances, a brief history of 
the city, and the names and residence of householders, and all per- 
sons engaged in business, &c., accompanied with a new and complete 
map of the city. Springfield: John W. Kees fff Co., Publishers. 
1852. [On cover:] Springfield: Prifited by Stephenson £5? Co. 
1852. l2mo, pp. (2), vii— viii, 9—221. 2 plates, and folded map. 

NYH. 89889 

According to the "Explanation," this is the first directory of Springfield, Ohio. 

Williams' Springfield Directory, City Guide and Business Mir- 
ror; for 1863—4, to which is appended a United States Post Ofiice 
Directory. Second issue. Compiled and published by Williams & 
Co. Springfield, O. 1863. 8vo, pp. 88, 107, ( I ). NYH. 89890 

The final pp. 107 and (i) contain the Post Oifice Directory, aas. has the issue for 
1868-9. 

. . . Springfield Directory, 1873— 1874, comprising an alphabeti- 
cal listof names of all business firms and private citizens; a classified 
business directory; a miscellaneous directory, comprising city, 
county and township officers, churches, benevolent and other so- 
cieties, schools and miscellaneous institutions, etc., etc., etc. Also, 
a Street Directory. ... Springfield, Ohio. 1873. 8vo, pp. 161. 

With heading: "Swartz & Tedrowe's Directory Series." NYH. 8989 I 

According to the preface, this is the first issue of this series. 

R. C. Hellrigle & Co's Springfield, Urbana, Piqua, Sidney and 
Bellefontaine City Directories, 1875—6. Comprising a complete 
alphabetical list of all business firms and private citizens; a classified 
business directory; and a miscellaneous directory of county and city 
officers, churches, public and private schools, benevolent, literary 
and other associations, banks, insurance companies, etc., and a vari- 
ety of other useful information. Columbus, O.: R. C. Hellrigle 
& Co., Publishers, No. 96 >4 S. High Street. 1 875. 8vo, pp. (4), 

17-163, 17-64, 17-71, 17-51, (l). AAS. 89892 

"Presbytery of Springfield." Observations on Church Govern- 
ment, by the Presbytery of Springfield. To which is added, the Last 
VOL. XXIII. 6 



86 SPRINGFIELD, O. ] 

I 

Will and Testament of that Reverend Body: with a preface and '■ 
notes, by the editor. . . . Cincinnati: From the Press of John W. • 
Brozvne, Office of Liberty Hall. 1807. I2mo, pp. 23. BM., c, ' 
NYP. -{-Cincinnati — Printed: Albany: Re-Printed by E. and 
E. Hosford. 1808. l2mo, pp. 23, and errata slip, aas., BM., c, 1 
NYH., NYP. -|- Pitts field: Re-Printed by Phineas Allen. 1808. j 

I2mO, pp. 28. BA., C, NYH. 89893 i 

Improved title of nos. 43606, vol. 1 1, and 56493, vol. 13. 

Prepared by Barton W. Stone, Richard M'Nemar, John Dunlavy, and three others, I 

whose names are signed to the "Last Will and Testament." These men had separated | 

from the Presbyterian Synod of Kentucky in 1803, and formed the so-called "Presbytery I 

of Springfield," which acknowledged no authority but that of the Bible. Although this | 

organization broke up in 1804, M'Nemar, the editor, stated in the preface, dated , 

Turtle-Creek, June 15, 1807, that the "Observations" had already been prepared, and i 

were now published without change. M'Nemar and Dunlavy had become Shakers, and 1 

Stone joined with Alexander Campbell to form the church of "Disciples of Christ." j 

See Rusk's "Literature of the Middle Western Frontier," 1925, vol. I, p. 223. j 

The above editions of the "Observations" have separate signatures and some copies | 
may have been issued separately. However, they are usually found with the Cincinnati, 
1807, Albany, 1808, and Pitts field, 1 808, editions, respectively, of M'Nemar's "Kea- 
tucky Revival." The Albany edition must have been so issued as tlie errata slip on the 
verso of the last page of the "Observations" corrects errors in the Revival as well. ] 
The "Kentucky Revival," Union Village, 1837, was reprinted from the Albany edi- . 
tion, but the incomplete copy at c. lacks the final pages. A reprint of the "Observa- 
tions" with a separate title page and imprint, forms pp. 133—156 of the New York, \ 
1846, edition of the "Kentucky Revival." aas., ba., bm., c, nyp. ( 

Also : The Last Will and Testament of Springfield Presbytery. . . . From a copy ' 

reprinted In Albany. [«. p.] 1808. i2mo, pp. (2), [2i]-22. nyp. | 

Sketches of Springfield. See nos. 81571, and 81572, nyh., i 
vol. 20. j 

Springfield Female College. Twentieth Annual Catalogue of ! 
the Springfield Female College, under the patronage of the Cin- j 
cinnati Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, for the ' 
year ending June 21, 1866. Springfield, Ohio. Springfield: Daily \ 
Republic Steam Job Rooms. 1866. 8vo, pp. 20. nyh. 89894 i 

Springfield, Vt. Congregational Church. Historical Manual I 
of the Congregational Church, in Springfield, Vt. July, 1869. 
. . . Claremonty N. H. : Printed by the Claremont Manufacturing ' 

Co. 1869. 8vo, pp. 59. AAS., B., NYH., Y. 89895 

A Narrative of a Revival of Religion, in Springfield, Vermont. | 
Yn.p. 1834.] i2mo, pp. 16. AAS., NYP. 89896 j 

Signed: "Daniel O. Morton, Pastor of the Cong. Church In Springfield, Vt. Spring- \ 
field, Dec. 20, 1834." The above might have been printed In Springfield, as according ' 
to Hubbard and Dartt's "History" of the town, 1895, p. 152, Horatio Houghton was j 
publishing a newspaper there in 1834. 1 



SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS. 87 

The Old Paths. A Historical Discourse, delivered at Springfield, 
Vt,, on the re-opening of the Congregational Church, May 30, 
1869. By the Pastor, ... ClaremontyN. H. Press of the Clare- 
mont Manufacturing Company. 1 870. 8vo, pp. 18. aas. 89897 

Cover title: Rev. L. H. Cobb's Discourse . . . 

Springfield and Illinois Southeastern Railway Com- 
pany. Seven per Cent. Gold Bonds, due in 1900, Springfield and 
Illinois Southeastern Railway Company. Coupons payable in coin, 
February and August, at Farmers' Loan and Trust Company, New 
York. Sole financial agents, John Bloodgood & Co. No. 22 Wil- 
liam Street, New York. [On printed front cover:] Bradley (^ 
Power, Print, 149 Main St., Cin. [1870.] 8vo, pp. 21. Frontis- 
piece folded map. B. 89898 

Signed on p. 12: "Thos. S. Ridgway, President." Some of the legal documents 
printed in connection with the issue, are dated in New York in February, 1870. 

Springfield and Illinois South-Eastern Railway Company. First 
Mortgage, Sinking Fund, Gold Bonds, seven per cent, interest. 
Coupons payable in coin, February and August, at Farmers' Loan 
and Trust Company, New York. Jones & Schuyler, Financial 
Agents of the Company, No. 12 Pine Street, New York. [Verso of 
title:] E. Wells Sackett &' Bro., Stationers, and Book &' Job 
P/mters, 56 & 58 William Street, N. Y. [cof. 1872.] 8vo, 
pp. 44, (2). Folded map. c., nyp., Y. 89899 

Springfield and Mansfield Railroad Company. Exhibit 
in relation to the Present Condition of the Springfield and Mans- 
field Railroad Company, together with the Engineer's Report. 
Springfield: Mayne ^ Mitchell, Printers. 1 85 2. 8vo, pp. 12. 

Title from a copy belonging to Thomas W. Streeter. 899*-**^ 

Springfield, Mount Vernon & Pittsburg Railroad Com- 
pany. Exhibit in relation to the Present Condition of the Spring- 
field, Mount Vernon & Pittsburg Railroad Company, together with 
the Engineer's Report. Philadelphia: A. Hughes &' Company, 
Printers, Penn Building. 1 852. 8vo, pp. 12. 

bureau rail.econ. 89901 

Laws and By-laws relating to the Springfield, Mt. Vernon and 
Pittsburg Railroad Company. September, 1855. Springfield, O.: 
Frey & Mitchell. 1855. 8vo, pp. 16. 

BUREAU rail.econ. 89902 

The Springfield Route. From New-York to Boston. With de- 
scriptive sketches of cities, villages, stations, scenery and objects of 



00 SPRINGS. 

interest along the routes. Illustrated with maps. . . . [Copyright 
notice, 1867.] Taintor BrotherSy 678 Broadway ^ New York. 
i6nio, pp. 46, (i). Folded map. nyh., nyp. 89903 

Cover title: Taintor's Route and City Guides. 

The Springs: or Letters from Saratoga. By the author of 
"Chestnut Hill." New York: Published by Carlton & Porter , 
Sunday-School Union, 200 Mulberry-Street. [^0^.1849.] i8mo, 

pp. 122. C. 89904 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Springs, Water-Falls, Sea-Bathing Resorts, and Mountain Scen- 
ery of the United States and Canada; giving an analysis of the 
principal mineral springs, with a brief description of the most 
fashionable watering-places, mountain resorts, &c. With illustra- 
tions. New York: Published by J. Disturnell, 197 Broadway. 
1855. [Verso of title:] Vincent Dill, Stereotyfer and Electro- 
tyfer, 29 and 31 Beekman St., N. Y. l8mo, pp. 227, "Hotel 
Directory" (10), advertisements (3). 4 plates and 4 maps, two 
of which are folded. c, nyam. 89905 

Improved title of no. 20322, vol. 5, under Disturnell. 

SpringwateRj Dr., fseud. The Cold-Water-Man; or, a 
pocket companion for the temperate. By Doctor Springwater, of 
North America. . . . Albany: Printed by Packard and Van Ben- 
thuysen. 1832. i2mo, pp. 216. 

C, H., HEH., NYAM., NYP., UTS., Y. 89906 

On the title page of the uts. copy is written in a contemporary hand: "By Rev. 

James E. Quaw, A. M. of Redford, Michigan." On the first fly-leaf, apparently in 

the same hand, is the following signature: "Edwin F. Hatfield, 255 Madison St., 

N. York, 1837." Improved title of no. 14266, vol. 4. 

The Sprite; from the Elves of Ginnistian. . . . Amherst Col- 
lege: 1 83 1-2. [On cover title of no. I :] Amherst: Printed 
and published by J. S. &' C. Adams. 8vo, pp. (4), 192. Frontis- 
piece. AAS. 89907 

Published irregularly in six numbers from May, 1831, to March, 1832. A student 
publication. At the end is a "Farewell to the Friends and Patrons of the Sprite." 

[Sproat (Gilbert Malcolm)]. British Columbia. Information 
for Emigrants. Issued by the Agent-General for the Province, 
4 Lime Street Square, E. C, London, England. [London. 
1873.] 8vo, pp. 96, advertisements (4). Frontispiece and folded 
map. B., BM. 89908 

On verso of title: "I shall be glad to be advised of any errors or omissions, for 
rectification in subsequent yearly editions. . . . Gilbert Malcolm Sproat, Agent- 
General. . . . London, England, January i, 1873." 



SPROAT. 89 

Sproat. Canada and the Empire : a Speech by Gilbert Malcolm 
Sproat, Agent-General for British Columbia. . . . London: 4, 
Lime Street Square^ E. C. 1 873. [Colophon:] London Printed 
by William Clowes and Sons, Stamford Street, and Charing Cross. 

8vo,pp. 35. BM.jH. 89909 

Sproat. Scenes and Studies of Savage Life. By Gilbert Mal- 
colm Sproat. . . . London: Smith, Elder and Co. 1868. 8vo, 
pp. xii, 317, (i). Frontispiece. 

I B., BM., C, CU., H., HEH., NYH., NYP. 899 10 

Describes life among the Aht Indians on Vancouver Island. A vocabulary of the 
' Aht language forms pp. 295—307. 

Sproat (Granville Temple). The Pilgrim's Song; or Original 

Hymns, for public and private use. By Granville Temple Sproat, 

\ of Brown University Taunton: Printed by Edmund Anthony. 

I 1830. l8mo, pp. 90. BU., C._, HEH., NYH. 899II 

Sproat (James). A | Discourse, | occasioned | By the Death 
I of the Reverend | George Whitefield, a.m. | Late Chaplain to the 
Right Honourable the | Countess of Huntingdon; | delivered 
^October 14, 1770, | In the Second Presbyterian Church, in | the 
I City of Philadelphia, | By | James Sproutt [sic], a.m. | Pastor of 
j said Church. | Philadelphia: \ Printed and Sold by W. and T. 
Bradford, at the \ London Coffee-Rouse. \ M.DCC.LXXI I 8vo, 
jPP- (4),3-25• 
AAS., BA., C, H.j HEH., HSP., NYH., NYP., Y. 899 1 2 

For a sermon preached on the death of Sproat, see Green (A.), note to no. 28505, 

vol. 7. ^ee also, "Two Letters to a Friend, on the Removal of the Rev. Mr. T s 

S 1.» 

; Sproat (Afrj. N[ancy]). Village Poems. By Mrs. N. Sproat. 
\New-York: Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, No. 261, 
'Pearl-Street. [182-?] i8mo, pp. 68 (misnumbered 67), in- 
cluding frontispiece. BM., BU., c, nyh., nyp., y. 89913 

On a fly-leaf in the nyh. copy, is written in a contemporary hand: "Presented to 
Miss Penelope Lawrence of the 7th Class for Spelling i — Aug: 1827." This copy, 
I in Its original leather binding, also has pasted on the inside of the front cover the 
j label of "G. Champley, Binder, N. York," who is listed in the New York direc- 
Itories from 1822 to 1834. 

I Sproat (P. W.). General Welfare: an Investigation of the 
'Powers vested in the Congress of the tjnited States, by the Con- 
:stitution. By P. W. Sproat. . . . Philadelphia: Printed for the 
^Proprietor. 1828. 8vo, pp. 36. B., BA., nyp. 89914 



90 



SPROAT. 



[Sproat.] The Savage Beauty, a Novel. ... By a Wild 
American. Philadelphia: Printed by S. Roberts^ No. 6, Decatur 
Street. 1822. i2mo, pp. 136. c, H., 89915 

Sproat. The Savage Beauty, a satirical allegorical Novel. . . . 
By P. W. Sproat. A fine edition. Philadelphia: Printed by S. 
RobertSjNo. 6, Decatur Street. 1822. i2mo, pp. 136, "Key" (2). 

C, NYH., NYP. 89916 

Sprole (W[illiam] T[homas]). The Costly Sacrifice. A 
Memorial Discourse, occasioned by the death of Colonel Charles : 
Townsend, of the Army of the Potomac. By Rev. W. T. Sprole, , 
D.D. Delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Newburgh, . 
N. Y., June 18, 1865. [Newburghf'] Printed for Private Circu- - 
lation. MDCCCLXVi. i2mo, pp. 36. c, heh., nyp. 89917 ; 

Sprole. Our departed President. A Sermon preached in the f 
First Presbyterian Church, April 19th, 1865, by Rev. W. T. j 
Sprole, D.D. . . . Newburgh: Cyrus B. Martin^ Printer. 1865. j 
8vo, pp. 19. C.J HEH. 89918 :l 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 1 

Sproule (Ziba), fseud. A Brief Epistle from Dr. Ziba Sproule. 1 
. . . {^Boston? 1854?] l2mo, pp. 22. I 

aas., bm., h., nyh., UTS. 89919 j 

Caption title. Improved entry of our no. 77003, vol. 18, under [Sargent (L. ! 
M.)]. Though the above tract against the use of tobacco has been attributed to j 
George Trask, it is included in the list of writings of the former author, found in i 
Sargent's "Epes Sargent of Gloucester and his Descendants," 1923. The queried ; 
date is supplied from that of an 1854 work mentioned in the text as published | 
"during the past year." } 

See also Spittle (Solomon), -pseud., no. 89539, ^o'- 22. '< 

Sproull ( ), professor. Christianity and the Common- i 

wealth. A Lecture delivered at Alleghany, Penn., November 4, j 
1862. Pittsburgh: U.S. Haven. 1862. 8vo, pp. 15. 89920, 

Title from Bartlett's "Literature of the Rebellion," 1866. { 

Sproutt (James). 5^^ Sproat (James). 

Spruce (Richard). Notes on the Valleys of Piura and Chira,] 
in Northern Peru, and on the Cultivation of Cotton therein. By ; 
Richard Spruce, Ph.D. London: Printed for H. M. Stationery \ 
Office, by G. E. Eyre and W. Spottiswoode. 1864. 8vo, pp. 8l,l 
(l). EM., C. 89921! 



SPRUCE. 91 

Spruce. Report on the Expedition to procure Seeds and Plants 
of the Cinchona Succirubra, or Red Bark Tree. By Richard 
Spruce, Esq. London. 1861. 8vo. bm. 89922 

The I Spunkiad: | or | Heroism Improved. | A | Congressional 
Display I or j Spit and Cudgel. | A Poem, | in Four Cantoes. | By 
An American Youth. | Newburgh: | Printed and Sold by D. Den- 
niston. \ m,dcc,xcviii. | i2mo, pp. 23. bu., c, h., nyp. 89923 

With copyright notice. In the sale catalogue of Frank Maier, part 2, Nov. 22-23, 
1909, no. 2299, this pamphlet is catalogued, probably incorrectly, under John 
Woodworth, as author. The poem is a satire on the quarrel between Matthew Lyon 
and Roger Griswold in the U. S. House of Representatives Jan. 31, and Feb. 15, 
1798, for an account of which, see the "Historical Magazine," vol. 8, 1864, pp. 
9-12. 

The Spur of Monmouth ; or, Washington in Arms. A historical 
and centennial romance of the Revolution, from personal relations 
and documents never before made public. By an ex-Pension 
Agent. Philadelphia: Claxton, Remsen ^ HaffelfingeVy 624, 
bib i^ 62'^ Market Street. 1876. [Verso of title:] Selheimer & 
Moore, Printers, 50 1 Chestnut Street. i2mo, pp. 480. Frontis- 
piece portrait. c, cu., nyp. 89924 

Attributed by Gushing, to Henry Morford. 

Spurgeon and Jackson ; or. The White Preacher and the Black 
Slave Lecturer. [London^' 1865?] 1 2 mo, pp. 12. 

NYP. 89925 

Signed on p. 6: "John Andrew Jackson." Pp. 7—12 contain "A Concise View of 
the American Slave Law." Queried date supplied from internal evidence, showing 
a controversy between the two, 1862— 1865. 

The Spurious Kansas Memorial. Debate in the Senate of the 
United States, on the Memorial of James H. Lane, praying that 
the Senate receive and grant the prayer of the Memorial pre- 
sented by General Cass, and afterwards withdrawn; embracing 
the speeches of Senators Douglas, Pugh, Butler, Toucey, Rusk, 
&C. Washington: Printed at the Union Office. 1 856. 8vo, pp. 
32. NYP. 89926 

Spurious Reprints of Early Books. By Delta. Reprinted from -^^ 
the "Boston Advertiser," March 24, 1865. Boston: Privately \ ^jl/T' 
Printed. 4to, pp. 12. aas., nyp. 89927 \ \ 

Verso of title: "75 copies printed, of which 30 are on large paper." By Charles fc**' ^^ 

Deane. For another edition with the heading, "Bibliographical Tracts. Number -»v,^^ '~)'%\ 

One," see [Deane (C.)], no. 19046, vol. 5. aas., c, h., nvp., wlc. ' ^ /-.^ 



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92 SPURR. 

[Spurr (Josiah)]. The Times. By a Young Bostonian. . .. 
Boston: Printed and Published by Sylvester T. GosSj No. lo, 
State Street. 1820. 8vo, pp. 83. aas., BA., c. 89928 

Attributed to Josiah Spurr, in ms. on title page of ba. copy. 

Spurrier (Caleb). Copy of a Letter from Mr. Caleb Spurrier 
to his Correspondent in Cornwall, [n. f. 17 — .] Folio, pp. 2. 

89929 

An "account of his discovery of large silver mines in New England, obtaining 
grants from the proprietors in whose hands they are, the bringing over of 350 tons 
of ore with the results of the assays, &c. Spurrier is asking his friends to take shares 
in the venture." Title and note from Dobell's catalogue no. 116, April 1932, no. 
249. 

Spurrier (John). The | Practical Farmer: | being a | New 
and Compendious | System of Husbandry, | adapted to the differ- 
ent soils and chmates | of America. | Containing the | Mechanical, 
Chemical and Philosophical | Elements | of | Agriculture. | With 
many other useful and interesting subjects | By John Spurrier, | an 
old experienced farmer, late of the County of | Herts, in Great- 
Britain: and now of Brandywine Hun- | dred, County of New- 
Castle, and State of Delaware. | Wilmington: | Printed by Bryn- 
berg and Andrews. \ M,DCC,xciii. | 8vo, pp. 360, index xv, 
subscribers names x. aas., ba., heh., nyh., nyp._, p. 89930 

P. 213 is mispaged 113. 

Advertisements of what purported to be a Worcester edition of 1792 appeared in 
two unidentified catalogues, clippings from which have been seen. The first cutting 
is from an auction catalogue, and notes an imprint partially supplied in facsimile. 
The second from a bookseller's list undoubtedly describes the same copy, but men- 
tions a list of subscribers including Washington and Jefferson. This identifies the 
book as being the Wilmington edition. Isaiah Thomas never advertised an edition 
of Spurrier, in the "Massachusetts Spy," and it is not in his Catalogue of Books, 
1793. Information from Clarence S. Brigham. 

Spuyten (Henry von), fseud. A Few Thoughts for tax pay- 
ers and voters in the City of New York. Collected by Henry von 
Spuyten. New York: Charles B. Norton, 71 Chambers Street, 
{Irving House.^ 1853. [On front cover:] Baker, Godwin & 
Co., Printers, cor. Nassau and Sfruce Sts., New York. 8vo, pp. 

50. NYH., NYP. 89931 

According to the preface, "The contents of this little pamphlet lately appeared in 
the New York Mirror, in a series of letters over the signature of Senex." Both 
"Henry von Spuyten" and "Senex" were pseudonyms used by William A. Brewer. 

The Spuytenduyvel Chronicle. New York: Livermore &? 
Rudd, No. 310 Broadway. 1 856. [Verso of title:] Miller & 
Hol?nan, Printers &' Stereotyfers, N. Y. i2mo, pp. 318. 

B.j C, H., MINNHS., NYP. 89932 



SPY. 93 

The Spy. "The People's Friend, the Tyrant's Foe." . . . Vol- 
ume one. Boston, Thursday, October 24, 1839. Number eight. 
The Spy is edited and published by the Mechanic's Club. Printed 
by Kidder &' Wright, No. 32 Congress Street, {Uf stairs) . . . 
[Boston. 1839.] 4to, pp. (4). AAS. 89933 

Caption title, aas. has an incomplete file through vol. I, no. 22, May 27, 1840. 
A new series, of which there is a complete file at c., was begun with the issue for 
Jan. I, 1840, under the title, "The Boston Spy," and continued through new ser., 
vol. I, no. 26, June 24, 1840. 

The Spy; a Tale of the Neutral Ground. ... By the author of 
"Precaution." In two volumes. . . . New York: Wiley &" Hal- 
sted, 3, Wall-Street. Wm. Grattan, Printer. 182 1. 2 vols., 
i2mo, pp. xii, 251 ; i86. y. 89934 

First edition. For later editions and translations, see Cooper (James Fenimore), 
and Spiller and Blackburn's bibliography of Cooper, now in press. See also H. L. 
Barnum's "The Spy Unmasked," nos. 3559—3562, vol. i; and J. K. Paulding's 
"The old Continental," which is written on the same theme. 

The Spy, by a Friend to Church and State. London. Printed 
jor the Author. 1776. 89935 

On the first page: "The catastrophe now before us hath been a long secret, and of 
suttle contrivance; for at the taking of Cape Breton our New England Brethren 
sacrificed their lives, and the dear women gave up their husbands and only sons;" 
and "soon after we gave up the brave conquest (costly to New York and Boston by 
the ties of blood) by an infamous peace." Title and note from a clipping from p. 24 
of an unidentified catalogue. 

Spy in Columbia, fseud. The Mysteries of Government. See 
South Carolina, no. 87897, vol. 22. c, h. 

The Spy in Philadelphia. And Spirit of the Age. By William 
Hill &" Co. Athenian Buildings. [Philadelphia.] . . . Two dol- 
lars annually. Payable in advance. Vol. 1. Saturday morning, 
July 6, 1833. No. I. Folio, pp. (8). aas. 89936 

AAS. has nos. 1—26, the last dated Dec. 28, 1833, and h., nos. 4—25. Nos. 1—9 were 
published by William Hill & Co.; nos. 10—25 by W. C. Armstrong & Co. and no. 26 
by Blackwood & Co. An editorial in the latter issue states that the publication is to 
be discontinued, and will be superseded by a new magazine, "The Athenian and 
Literary Gazette," the first number of which will appear January 4, 1834. 

The Spy-Glass. Edited by Fabricus Videns. Union College, 
July, 1840. . . . [Schenectady P 1840.] 8vo, pp. 32. 

NYP. 89937 

Spyker (Joel). A Collection of Geographical, Moral, Re- 
ligious, Biblical, Political and other Chapters, in the form of ques- 
tions and answers, together with a Collection of Arithmetical 
Tables, Explanations of the various Pauses, Points, &c. In a plain. 



94 SPYWOOD. 

easy, and simple manner, designed for the use of Common Schools, 
By Joel Spyker. Brady &' Wilsorij Printers^ Brookville, Pa. 1848. 
i6mo, pp. 277. Y. 89938 

Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

Spywood (George A.). The Experience of George A. Spy- 
wood. Middletown: Charles H. PeltoUy Printer. 1843. • • • 
i6mo, cover title, and pp. 28. nyh. 89939 

The I Squabble, | A | Pastoral Eclogue. | By Agricola. | [Phila- 
delfhia:] Printed in the Year M dcc lxiv. | Small 4to, pp. 8. 
HSP. + The Second Edition. | [Same imprint, date and collation.] 
HSP. + With a curious and well-design'd Frontispiece. | Printed 
{from The First Edition) \ By Andretv Steuart, in Second-street 
Philadelfhia. \ [1764.] 8vo, pp. 8. NYH., NYP., P. 89940 

The titles of the first two editions are from photostat reproductions of the poem 
in NYP., taken from the originals at hsp. Hildeburn does not list the first edition, 
but supplies Anthony Armbruster as the printer of the second. He also supplies 1764 
as the date of publication for the last edition listed. The "frontispiece," which oc- 
cupies p. 4, represents "Thyrsis, with a Pr"*sb*t*rian Nose" and "Corin, with a 
Q**k*ronian Nose." 

Squantum. (From the Providence Journal, July i8, 1873.) 
[Colophon:] Press of Angell, Burlingame &' Co., Providence. 
[1873.] 8vo, cover title and pp. 7, (i). aas. 89941 

The Square. Devoted to the Dissemination of Know^ledge in 
Masonry, its Kindred Associations, Literature, Etc. Masonic Pub- 
lishing Co.y 626 Broadway. New York, Afril, 1 873. Robt. 
Macoy, Wm. T. Anderson, H. S. Archer, Proprietors. 4to, pp. 
16. AAS. 89942 

Caption title, aas. also has issues for May, 1873, and April, July, and August, 
1875. 

[Squarzafigo y Centurion (Juan Esteban)]. Por | Don 
Joseph Pardo de Fi- | gueroa, Cavallero de la Orden de San- | 
tiago, Donatario de Don Rodrigo | de Mendoza Manrique. | . . . 
[n. f. 16 — ?] Folio, 6 numbered leaves. 89943 

Signed by Squarzafigo. For a complete title, see Medina's "Bibliotheca hispano- 
americana," vol. 6, 1902, no. 6903, a copy being located at the Bibliotheca nacional 
de Santiago. 

Squatter, fseud. Wild Western Scenes. See [Jones (John 
B.)],no. 36535, vol. 9. 

The earliest edition of the above was not included in our entry. It was issued at 
New York and Baltimore in 1841, and has the author's name on the title page. aas. 



SQUATTER. 95 

Squatter Sovereignty: an Eye-opener for the People. By a 
Commoner . . . Chicago: S. P. Rounds, Book and Job Printer. 
1858. 8vo, cover title, and pp. 16. c. 89944 

Copyrighted by William Jackson. 

The Squatters of Maine. [^Boston. iSio.^'] 4to broadside. 

AAS. 89945 

The AAS. copy is one of a collection bought by Isaiah Thomas from "a Ballad 
Printer" [Nathaniel Coverly], in Boston, in 1813. 

Squib ([Jeremy]), Admiral, fseud. See Extraordinary Ga- 
zette, no. 23543, vol. 6. BM., c. 

Squibb (Edward R.). Remarks upon the practical working of 
the U. S. drug law. Philadelfhia: Collins. 1 864. 8vo, pp. 12. 

AML. 89946 

Reprinted from Amer. Med. Assoc. "Transactions," vol. 15, 1865. 

Squibb (Robert). The Gardener's kalender, for South-Caro- 
lina, Georgia, and North-Carolina, containing an account of all 
work necessary to be done in the kitchen and fruit gardens every 
month in the year, with instructions for performing the same ; also 
particular directions relative to soil and situation, adapted to the 
different kinds of plants and trees most proper for cultivation in 
these States. By Robert Squibb, nursery and seedsman, of Charles- 
ton, South-Carolina. Charleston: Printed for A. Timothy: Sold 
by S.Wright & Co. No. J. Elliot-Street. 1787. i2mo, pp. 108. 

Reprinted in Mobile in 1842. Title and note from Evans. ©9947 

Squibb. Gardener's Calender for North-Carolina, South- 
Carolina, and Georgia. By Robert Squibb. With amendments 
and additions. Charleston: Printed and Sold by W. P. Young, 
No. 41, Broad-Street. 1809. i2mo, pp. viii, 3-162. c. + With 
an appendix, containing a variety of particular and general infor- 
mation on husbandry and horticulture. Charleston, S. C. Pub- 
lished by P. Hof, No. 10, and E. Gibbs, No. 48, Broad-Street. 
P. Ho ff, Printer. 1827. i2mo, pp. (8), 176. c, nyh. 89948 

The Squibob Papers. See [Derby (George H.)], note to no. 
19665, vol. 5. BA., NYP. 

Squibs and Crackers, let off at a venture, with now and then a 
sky-rocket, thrown up to enlighten the Capitol on the pending 
questions of peace or war, a loan, or no loan — a standing army — 
perpetual embargo — hereditary presidency . . . &c. (Between the 



96 SQUIER (e.g.). 

1 2th of February, and the ist of April.) . . . Philadelfhia: [/. 
Maxwell, Printer.] 1814. 8vo, pp. (88). C. 89949 

Selections from the public journals. 

Squier (E[phraim] G[eorge]). ... Aboriginal Monuments 
of the State of New- York. Comprising the results of original sur- 
veys and explorations; with an illustrative appendix, by E. G. 
Squier, a.m. Foreign Member of the British Archaeological Asso- 
ciation; Member of the American Ethnological Society; the Phila- 
delphia Academy of Natural Sciences; the New-York Historical 
Society; the Massachusetts Historical Society; the Historical and 
Antiquarian Society of Tennessee, etc., etc. Accepted for publica- 
tion by the Smithsonian Institution, October 20th, 1849. ••• 
[Washington. 1850.] [Verso of title:] Printed by Edward O. 
Jenkins, 1 14 Nassau street. New York. Folio, pp. iv, 9—188. 
14 plates. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CU., H., NYH., NYP., UP., WLC, Y. 8995O 

With heading, "Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge," in which collection 
it forms article 9 of vol. 2, 1851. For another edition, see "Antiquities of the State 
of New York," below. 

[Squier.] Adventures on the Mosquito Shore. By Samuel A. 
Bard [fseud.J ... London: James Blackwood. 1856. i6mo, 
pp. viii, 310. Map. c. 89951 

For the first and other editions, see Waikna, below. The following editions were 
published under the above title, but with Squier's name: New York, [cop. 1888], 
NYP., and New York, 1891, c, nyh., nyp. According to the "List" of Squier's 
works, 1876, p. 6, the book was reprinted in Australia, and translated into French and 
German. 

Squier. . . . American Ethnology: being a summary of some of 
the results which have followed the investigation of this subject. 
By E. G. Squier. [New York. 1849.] 8vo, pp. 14. 

B., BA., c, H. 89952 

Caption title. Reprinted from the "American Review," vol. 9, 1849. 

Squier. Ancient Monuments of the Mississippi Valley; com- 

...— prising the Results of Extensive Original Surveys and Explorations. 

i^ U' * By E. G. Squier and E. H. Davis. [Prospectus.] New-York: 

HBartlett & Weljord, 7 Astor House. Cincinnati: J. A. ^ N. P. 
_ ^ James. 1848. 4to, pp. 6, (2). h. 89953 

A(\ \c ' The first six pages are specimen pages from the work. 

Squier. Ancient Monuments of the Mississippi Valley: com- 
prising the Results of Extensive Original Surveys and Explorations. 
By E. G. Squier, a.m., and E. H. Davis, m.d. Accepted for pub- 



\'en 



SQUIER (e. G.). 97 

lication by the Smithsonian Institution, June, 1847. [Washing- 
ton. Smithsonian Institution. 1848.] Folio, pp. xxxix, 306. 48 

plates. AAS., B., BA., BM., CU., H., NYH., NYP., SMITHSONIAN 

INST., UP., Y. + Published for the authors. New-York: Bart- 
lett ^ Weljordj 7 Astor House. Cincinnati: J. A. ^ U. P. 
James, Walnut Street, mdcccxlviii. [Verso of title:] Printed 
by Edward O. Jenkins, 114 Nassau street. New York. Folio, 
pp. xxxix, 306. 48 plates. C, heh., nyp., wlc. + Published for 
the authors. New-York: Bartlett &' Welford, 7 Astor House. 
London: Putnam^ s American Literary Agency, {Removed from, 
Paternoster Row to) J. Chafman, 142 Strand, mdcccxlviii. 
Folio, pp. xxxix, 306. 48 plates. Y. 89954 

The first issue forms vol. i, 1848, of the "Smithsonian Contributions to Knowl- 
edge," the special title appearing on p. [xvii]. The title page of the authors' edition 
has the heading, "From the Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge." In some 
copies a slip is inserted which reads, "The Smithsonian Institution having printed 
an edition of the following Memoir for their own distribution, permit the authors 
to strike off from the same type and plates, a small edition for their own benefit." 
Most copies of this Issue seem to have the "authors' " title substituted for the gen- 
eral series title, but In some copies the general title is Included as well, preceding the 
"authors' " title. The title page of the oflicial issue also appears in this Issue. 

In the ofiicial issue a blank leaf forms pp. [xv]— [xvi], but In the authors' edition, 
this leaf contains the official title page, and a dedication to Albert Gallatin appears 
on p. [xvii], the verso being blank. 

Squier. Antiquities of the State of New York. Being the re- 
sults of extensive original surveys and explorations, with a supple- 1— ^_..- 
ment on the Antiquities of the West; illustrated by fourteen quarto q_^ "^0 
plates and eighty engravings on wood: by E. G. Squier, m.a., . . . A J '7 0'^ 

From the "Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge." Bujfalo: ^ ' I 
Geo. H. Derby and Co. 1 85 I. [Verso of title:] Stereotyped by 
C. Davison, 33 Gola st., N.Y. C. A. Alvord, Printer, 29 Gold-st., 
N.Y. 8vo, pp. 343. 16 plates. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CU., H., HEH., NYH., NYP., UP., WHS., Y. 

89955 
A reprint of "Aboriginal Monuments," above. The supplement contains a resume 

of the preceding title, "Ancient Monuments of the Mississippi Valley." 

Roorbach's "Supplement," 1855, lists without date an edition published by Miller, 

Orton and Mulligan in New York. 

Squier. Apuntamientos sobre Centro- America. Particularmente 
sobre los estados de Honduras y San Salvador: su jeografia, topo- 
graffa, clima, poblacion, riqueza, producciones, etc., etc. y el pro- 
puesto Camino de hierro de Honduras. Por E. -G. Squier antiguo 
encargado de negocios de los Estados- Unidos cerca de las republicas 
de Centro- America. Traducidos del ingles por un hondureno [Don 



D^ 



98 SQUIER (e.g.). 

Leon Alvarado.] Paris. Imfrenta de Gustavo Gratiot, Calle 
Mazarine, T^o. 1 856. Svo, pp. xii, 384. 1 1 plates, and 6 maps, five 
of which are folded. johncrerar^ nyp., ucal. 89956 

A translation of "Notes on Central America," below, and contains a vocabulary 
not in the original work. 

Squier. Der Centralamerikanische Staat Nicaragua in Bezug 
auf sein Volk, seine Natur und seine Denkmaler. Nebst einer 
ausfiihrlichen abhandlung iiber den projectirten interoceanischen 
Kanal. Von E. G. Squier . . . Ins Deutsche iibertragen von Eduard 
Hopfner und mit einem Vorvi^orte begleit von Carl Ritter. Leifzig. 
1854. 8vo, pp. xviii, 570. Maps and plates. BM. 89957 

Title from the "List" of Squier's works, 1876, p. 5. A translation of "Nicaragua," 
below. 

Squier. Chemin de fer inter-oceanique de Honduras ( Amerique 
Centrale.) Rapport de E. G. Squier. . . . Paris. 1855. Svo, pp. 51. 
5 maps. ~\- New York: Siege de la Comfagnie. 1855. [Verso of 
title:] Paris — Tyf. Simon Ragon et Comf., rue d'Erfurth, I. Svo, 
pp. (4), 57, (2). Folded plate and 5 folded maps. 

BM., c, UCAL. 89958 

Title of the first issue from Sabin's "Catalogue of the Library of E. G. Squier," 
1876, no. 1839. A translation of "Honduras Interoceanic Railway," no. 32767, 
vol. 8. See also note on cross reference to that title, below. 

Squier. Collection of Rare and Original Documents and Rela- 
tions, concerning the Discovery and Conquest of America. Chiefly 
ftjf'^ from the Spanish Archives. No. I. Published in the Original, with 

^ . . translations, illustrative notes, maps, and biographical sketches, by 

I- \ H M E. G. Squier . . . New York: Charles B. Norton, Agent for Li- 

i~\\ »t. **■! P braries. mdccclx. 4to, pp. (2), 1 29, errata (2), (l). Frontis- 

^ I i-™^ piece map on two leaves. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, H., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., WLC, WHS., Y. 

89959 

Half-title: "Carta dirijida al Rey de Espana, por el Licenciado Dr. Don Diego 
Garcia de Palacio, Oydor de la Real Audiencia de Guatemala; Ailo 1576. Being 
a Description of the Ancient Provinces of Guazacapan, Izalco, Cuscatlan, and 
Chiquimula, in the Audiencia of Guatemala: with An Account of the Languages, 
Customs and Religion of their Aboriginal Inhabitants, and a Description of the 
Ruins of Copan." 

One hundred copies printed on small, and ten on large paper, the latter bearing 
the imprint, Albany: J. Munsell, 17 State Street. Copies on large paper are located 
at c, H., NYP., and ucal. Although the title of this work does not appear in the 
printed Munsell Catalogue, 1872, in the printer's own copy of his catalogue, at aas., 
is a manuscript entry in which Munsell states that nothing more was done in this 
series, beyond the publication of Squier's "Monograph of Authors who have written 
on the Languages of Central America," below. 

Improved title of no. 58270, vol. 14, entered under Diego Garcia de Palacio, the 
author of the manuscript here edited and translated. 



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SQUIER (e. G.). 99 

Squier. Communication from E. G. Squier, Esq., Agent and 
Attorney of the Grantees and Proprietors of the Charter of the 
Honduras Interoceanic Railway Company, to the Provisional Direc- 
tors of the said Company in Great Britain. 40, Albemarle-st., Lon- 
don, Nov. 10, 1856. Gentlemen: . . . {^London. 1856.] 4to, pp. 
14, (i). B. 89960 

Caption title. 

Squier. Comunicacion . . . al supremo gobierno de Costarica el 
19 de octubre ultimo. Impresa en Leon por unos nicaraguenses, y 
reimpresa por unos salvadorenos como un debil testimonio de sus 
simpatias con la ilustrada repiiblica del norte, y de su adhesion al 
principio de no permitir en el continente americano la intervencion 
de las monarquias europeas. San Salvador: Imfrenta del estado. 

1849. Folio, 4 unnumbered leaves. ucal. 89961 

Squier. Compendio de la historia politica de Centro-America 
escrito en Ingles por Mr. E. Geo. Squier y traducido al castellano 
por un Centro-Americano. Paris. Imfrenta de G. Gratiot^ Calle 
Mazarine, 30. 1 856. i8mo, pp. vii, 1 14. 

BM., C, NYH., NYP., UCAL., UP. 89962 

The first part of the work is translated from "The Spanish American Republics 
and the cause of their failure," published in the "American Whig- Review," vol. 12, 

1850, pp. 337-344- 

Squier rtW Negrete (Pedro Romulo). Correspondencia. [San 
Salvador: Lievano. 1853.] Folio, pp. (4). ucal. 89963 

On the construction of the interoceanic railway through San Salvador. 

Squier. E. George Squier, Nicaragua, y Henri Lytton Bulwer. 
Leon. 1 85 I. 4to, pp. 15. 89964 

A translation of "Letter to Hon. H. S. Foote," below. Title from a clipping from 
the "List" of Squier's works, 1876, p. 5, with the collation supplied in Sabin's hand- 
writing. The "List" also mentions another Spanish translation printed at Granada 
in 1850, for which Sabin supplied the MS. collation, 8vo, pp. 11. 

Squier, ed. Frank Leslie's Pictorial History of the American 
Civil War. See no. 40 1 99, vol. 10. aas., b., ba., c, h., heh., 

MINNHS., NYP., Y. 

Squier. Historical and Mythological Traditions of the Algon- 
quins; with a translation of the "Walum-Olum," or bark record of 
the Linni-Lenape. By E. G. Squier. [Netv York. 1849.] 8vo, 

pp. 3-23. B., H., NYH., Y. 89965 

Caption title. Reprinted from the "American Review," new series vol. 3, 1849, 
PP- '73— 193> mispaged 273-293. "This paper was read before the New York His- 
torical Society, at its regular meeting in June, [1848]." 



100 SQUIER (e. G.). 

Squier. Honduras and British Honduras. By E. G. Squier. 
New York: Charles Scribner^s Sons. 1880. i6mo, pp. 39. 

c. 89966 

[Squier.] Honduras and Guatemala, \^New York. 1854.] 

8vo, pp. 14. C, CU., H., NYH., UCAL., UP. 89967 

Caption title. A letter addressed "To the Editors of the National Intelligencer," 
signed and dated at end: E. Geo. Squier. New-York, March 20, 1854. 

Squier. Honduras; descriptive, historical, and statistical. By 
E. G. Squier, m.a., f.s.a. formerly Charge d'Affaires of the United 
States to the Republics of Central America. . . . Issued by permis- 
sion of the Author, and under the Authority of His Excellency Don 
Carlos Gutierrez, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipoten- 
tiary of the Republic of Honduras in Great Britain. London: Triib- 
ner &' Co., 60 Paternoster Row. 1870. [Colophon:] Printed by 
Ballantyne and Company Edinburgh and London. 8vo, pp. viii, 
278. Folded map. 

AAS., B., EM., C, CU.y H., HISP.SOC.AMER., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., 

UCAL., UP. 89968 

Reprinted, with some revision, from the chapters on Honduras in the author's 
"States of Central America," below. The "List" of Squier's works, 1876, p. 8, in- 
cludes an issue with the imprint, London: Triibner & Co.; New York: Holt & 
Williams. 1 870. 

Squier. Honduras Interoceanic Railway. New York. 1854. 
Pp.63. 3 maps and plans. 89969 

Title from a clipping from the "List" of Squier's works, 1876, p. 6, with the 
collation added in Sabin's handwriting. 

Squier. Honduras Interoceanic Railway. Preliminary Report. 
1854. See Honduras, no. 32767, vol. 8. BM.^ c, H., johncrerar, 

NYH., NYP., P., UCAL., Y. 

Four folded maps should be added to the collation given in the previous entry. 
For a French translation, see "Chemin de far," above. 

Squier. Honduras Interoceanic Railway. Supplementary Re- 
port. By E. G. Squier. London: Printed by Charles Whittingham. 

1856. 8vo, pp. 32. H., JOHNCRERAR, NYH. 8997O 

Squier. Honduras Interoceanic Railway: with maps of the line 
and ports; and an Appendix, containing report of Admiral R. Fitz- 
roy, R.N., the charter, illustrative documents, treaties, &c. By E. G. 
Squier, Late Charge d'Affaires of the United States to the Repub- 
lics of Central America. . . . Published for the Honduras Interoceanic 
Railway Company Limited, (Registered Office, ii. New Broad 



SQUIER (e. G.). IOI 

Street, London,) by Trilbner ^ Co., 6o, Paternoster Row. [Lon- 
\don.] 1857. [Colophon:] M. S. Ricker by, Printer, -JT^, Cannon 
Street, City, E. C. 8vo, pp. xvi, loo. 5 folded maps. 

NYH._, NYP., UCAL. 8997 I 
On front cover: "Office in America, 17, Broadway, New York." 

Squier. Information on the Coal Mines of the River Lempa, 
Republic of San Salvador, Central America. By E. G. Squier. To 

With the respects of E. G. Squier. Private and Confidential. 

'^^[London.'] 1856. [Colophon:] Chiswick Press: C.Whitting- 
\ham, T 00 ks Court, Chancery Lane. i6mo, pp. 16. up. 89972 

[Squier.] Is Cotton "King?" Sources of cotton supply. [«. f. 
1861.] 8vo, pp. 4. BM.jH., whs. 89973 

, Caption title, supplied by Annie A. Nunns. A letter from Squier, addressed to 
!the Hon. H. B. Anthony, U. S. Senate, and dated New York, January 25, 1861. 
Originally published in the Providence Journal. 

I Squier. . . . Lecture on the condition and true interests of the 
;laboring class of America. By E. G. Squier. Albany: Published at 
\the Offices of the New York State Mechanic and Cultivator, and in 
Neiv York: at the Office of the New York Tribune. 1843. • • • 
i8vo, cover title, and pp. 16. B., H., heh., nyp. 89974 

_ With heading: "No. i. Price 6 Cents. The Working Man's Miscellany; an occa- 
liional publication of addresses, lectures, compendious works on the useful arts and 
sciences, brief biographical memoirs, &c., &c." Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

[Squier.] . . . Letter to Hon. H. S. Foote. New York, Sept. 4, 
1850. To Hon. H. S. Foote, Chairman of Committee on Foreign 
Relations, U. S. Senate. Sir: Agreeably with your request ... I 
5end you herewith some observations on the alterations proposed by 
the British Minister, in the Convention negotiated by me . . . with 
the Republic of Nicaragua . . . [New York? 1850.] 8vo, pp. 10. 

BA., C, H., UCAL. 89975 
Caption title, with heading: "(Confidential.)" Dated, New York, Sept. 4, 1850, 
ind signed, E. Geo. Squier. For a Spanish translation, see "E. George Squier," 



ibo 



ive. 



Squier. Lettre de M. E. G. Squier a propos de la lettre de M. 
Brasseur de Bourbourg, inseree au cahier des Annales d'aout 1855, 
1 M. Alfred Maury. Extrait des Nouvelles Annales des Voyages. 
Decembre 1855. Paris. Arthus Bertrand, Editeur, Libraire de la 
%ciete de Geografhie, 21, rue Hautefeuille. 1 85 5. [Verso of 
title:] Pai-is. — Imfrime far E. Thunot et C^, rue Racine, 26, 
pres de POdeon. 8vo, pp. 15. BM., nyh., nyp. 89976 

Concerning the Mexican element in the languages of Central America. 
VOL. XXIII. 7 



102 SQUIER (e. G.). 

Squier. Monograph of Authors who have written on the Lan- i 
guages of Central America, and collected Vocabularies or composed < 
works in the native dialects of that country. By E. G, Squier, m.a., 
F.s.A,, . . . New York: C. B. Richardson & Co., 14 Bible House. 
M. D. ccc. LXi. 4to, pp. 70, advertisement (i). aas., b., bm., c, 
NYP., UCAL., UP., WHS. -f" London: Triibner &" Co., 60 Pater- 
noster Row. M.D. CCC. LXI. 4to, pp. 70, advertisement ( I ). ba., , 
C, NYH., NYP., Y. + Albany, N. Y.: J. Munsell, 78 State Street. • 
M. D. CCC. LXI. 4tO, pp. 70. JCB., NYP. 89977 j 

On verso of title of all three issues: "One hundred copies printed." According to j 
the Munsell Catalogue, 1872, ten copies are on large paper. j 

I 

Squier. A Monograph of the Ancient Monuments of the State t| 
of Kentucky. New-Haven. 1849. 89978"! 

From the "American Journal of Science and Arts," zd ser., vol. 8, 1849, pp. I- -j 
14. Title from the "List" of Squier's works, 1876, p. 4. j 

Squier. . . . New Mexico and California. The ancient monu- ' 
ments, and the aboriginal, semi-civilized nations of New Mexico j 
and California; with an abstract of the early Spanish explorations i 
and conquests in those regions, particularly those now falling within i| 
the territory of the United States. By E. G. Squier, a.m. [New | 
York. 1848.] 8vo, pp. 26. Folded map. j 

B., BA., C, H., HEH., NYH., NYP., UCAL. 89979 j 
Caption title, with heading: (From the American Review for November, 1848.) j 

Squier. Nicaragua; its People, Scenery, Monuments, and the j 
proposed Interoceanic Canal. With numerous original maps and j 

/^/"^ Q? illustrations. By E. G. Squier In two volumes New York: i 

\- \ Oc^O D. Afpleton & Co., Publishers. M DCCC LIL 2 vols., 8vo, pp. (2), , 

^^■1 •^1 -^ v-xxii, (4), 3-424, 14 plates, one of which is folded, and 2 maps, j 

^ one folded; (2), iv, 3-452, 15 plates, and 2 maps, one folded.: 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CU., GTS., H., NYH., NYP., UCAL., UP., WLC. j 

-f In two volumes. . . . London: Longman, Brown, Green, and 
Longmans. 1852. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. (2), v-xxii, (4), 3-4245 U 
plates, one of which is folded, and 2 maps, one folded; (2), iv, 452» 1 
15 plates, and 2 maps, one folded. BM., heh., Y. + Complete in I 
one volume. Fourth Thousand. New York: D. Afpleton & Co., \ 
Publishers. M DCCC LIII. 8vo, pp. xxii, (4), 3-424, 14 plates, one:| 
of which is folded, and 2 maps, one folded; (2), iv, 3-452, 15 | 
plates, and 2 maps, one folded, nyp. + New Edition. . . . New '. 
York: D. Afpleton & Co., Publishers. M DCCC LVI. 2 vols., 8vo, j 
pp. (2), v-xxii, (4), 3-424, 8 plates, one of which is folded, and ^ 
2 maps, one folded; (2), iv, 3-452, 13 plates, and 2 maps, one. 



SQUIER (e. G.). 103 

: folded. HisP.soc.AMER.j NYP., UCAL. + Two volumes complete 
in one. New York: D. Afpleton & Co., Publishers. 346 ^ 348 
Broadway. M DCCC.LVI. 8vo, pp. (2), v-xxii, (4), 3-424, 14 
plates, one of which is folded, and map; iv, 3—452, 15 plates, and 
2 maps, one folded, minnhs., nyp. + A Revised Edition. New 
York: Harfer &" Brothers y PublisherSy Franklin Square, i860. 
8vo, pp. (2), V— xvi, 17—691. 5 plates, and folded map. 

AAS., C, CU., H., NYP., UCAL., WLC, Y. 89980 

The second New York edition includes beside its own title page, that of the first 
edition. 

The title of the i860 edition varies somewhat. 26 full page illustrations are in- 
cluded in the pagination. 

Information as to the London, 1852, edition supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

For reissues under a different title, see "Travels in Central America," below, 
and for a German translation, "Der Centralamerikanische Staat Nicaragua," above. 

Squier. Notes on Central America; particularly the States of 
Honduras and San Salvador: their geography, topography, climate, 
population, resources, productions, etc., etc., and the proposed Hon- 
duras Inter-oceanic Railway. By E. G. Squier, formerly Charge 
d'AflFaires of the United States to the Republics of Central America. 
With Original Maps and Illustrations. New York: Harfer ^ 
Brothers, Publishers, Franklin Square. 1 855. 8vo, pp. (6), v— 397. 
8 plates, 4 folded maps and i folded chart. 

AAS., B., BA., C, CU., H., HEH., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., P., UP., 

WHS., WLC, Y. 89981 

For a German translation, see Die Staaten von Central-Amerika," below, and for 
one in Spanish, "Apuntamlentos," above. 

Squier. Notes sur les etats de Honduras et de San-Salvador, 
dans I'Amerique centrale. Par M. E. G. Squier. Extrait du Bulle- 
tin de la Societe de geographie. (Octobre et novembre 1855.) 
Paris, Imfrimerie de L. Martinet, Rue Mignon, 2. 185 5. 8vo, 
pp. 36. Folded map. c, NYH., nyp., ucal., up. 89982 

Squier. Observations on the Aboriginal Monuments of the 
Mississippi Valley; the character of the ancient earth -works, and 
the structure, contents, and purposes of the mounds; with notices of 
the minor remains of ancient art. With illustrations. By E. G. 
Squier. From the second volume of the Transactions of the Ameri- 
can Ethnological Society. Neiv-York: Bartlett & Welford. 1847. 
[Verso of title:] Leavitt, Trow & Co., Printers, 33 Ann street. 
18 vo, pp. 79. 2 folded maps. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CU., H., M., NYH., NYP., WHS., Y. 89983 



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5 



104 SQUIER (e. G.). I 

I 

Squier. Observations on the Chalchihuitl of Mexico and Cen- i 
tral America. By E. G. Squier, m.a. ... Extract from the Annals 1 
of the Lyceum of Natural History of New York. New York: \ 

1869. 8vo, pp. 22. AAS., BM., C, H., MINNHS., NYH., UP. 89984 '' 

i 

Squier. Observations on the Geography and Archaeology of i 
Peru, By E. G. Squier, m.a., f.s.a., late Commissioner of the i 
United States in Peru. A paper read before the American Geo- i 
graphical Society, February, 1870. London: Trubner and Co., j 
60, Paternoster Row. 1870. [Colophon:] Printed by Taylor and \ 
Co., Little Queen Street, Lincoln^ s Inn Fields. 8vo, pp. 27. j 

aas., em., h., nyh.j nyp., up., y. 89985 \ 

The same paper had originally been delivered before the Societe de geographic, fll 
see "Quelques remarques," below. I 

Squier. Observations on the Uses of the Mounds of the West, tl 
v^^ith an attempt at their Classification. By E. G. Squier, Chillicothe, \ 
Ohio. From the American Journal of Science and Arts, Second i\ 
Series, Vol. III. New Haven: Printed by B. L. Hamlen, Printer \ 
to Yale College. 1 847. 8vo, pp. 14. B., BM., C, Y. 89986 

[Squier.] Paris Universal Exposition, 1867. See Leslie ' 
(Frank), no. 40200, vol. 10. j 

Squier. Peru. Incidents of Travel and Exploration in the Land ; 

of the Incas. By E. George Squier . . . With illustrations. New \ 

I f\ '"<' York: Harfer &" Brothers, Publishers, Franklin Squ are. 187 , 7 . i 

J -J P' 8vo, pp. (4), vii— XX, 599. 12 plates, 3 maps, one of which is on 

f ■.^' two leaves, and 3 plans, aas., c, nyp. -|- London: Macmillan & 

•^ / Co. iSjJ. 8 vo, pp. (2), vii— XX, 599. Plates, maps and plans. j 

' c. 89987; 

"Reprinted by Henry Holt & Company from the Harper plates. New York, n. d." ( 
See Seitz' "Letters from Francis Parkman to E. G. Squier," 191 1, p. 58. \ 

[Squier.] Preliminary Notes to a Report on the proposed Hon- j 
duras Interoceanic Railway. Honduras Interoceanic Railway. Of- j 
fice of Company, 1 3 Park Place, New-York. Phair ^ Co., Printers, ' 
22 Beekman Street, N. Y. [1854.] 8vo, cover title and pp. 32. 2 
folded maps. B., C, H., hisp.soc.amer., nyh. 89988 1 

signed: E. G. Squier. A letter of Squier forwarding the notes and correspondence, j 

is dated: January, 1854. j 

I 

I 

Squier. The Primeval Monuments of Peru compared with those { 
in other parts of the world. By E. G. Squier, M. A. . . . [Verso of { 



SQUIER (e.g.). 105 

tide:] Essex Institute Press. [Salem. 1870.] 8 vo, pp. 19, includ- 
ing illustrations. BM., cu., h., nyh., y. 89989 

On verso of title: From the American Naturalist, Vol. IV., 1870. 

Squier. Quelques remarques sur la geographic et les monuments 
du Perou par E. G. Squier ancien commissaire des Etats-Unis au 
Perou. Extrait du Bulletin de la Societe de geographic (Janvier 
1868). Paris: Imfrimerie de E. Martinet, Rue Mignon, 2. 1868. 

8vo, pp. 28. AAS., B., BM., C, H., M., NYH., NYP., Y. 8999O 

The same paper was read later in English before the American Geographical 
Society, see "Observations," above. 

[Squier.] Question anglo-americaine. Documents officiels 
-changes entre les Etats-Unis et I'Angleterre au sujet de I'Amerique 
Centrale et du traite Clayton-Bulwer. Paris: Librairie de Stassin 
?tXavier 22, rue de la Banque. 1856. [Verso of half-title:] Paris. 
—Imp. Simon Racon et comf., rue d'Erfurth, I. 8vo, pp. (4), 
225, verso blank, index ( i ). Folded map. 

BM., C, H., NYH., UCAL., Y. 8999I 

In MS. on p. I of the nvh. copy: "Historical Soc. of N. Y. from the translator & 
:ompiler, E. G. Squier." The foreword is signed: "E. G. S." Improved title of no. 
10464, vol. 5. 

Squier. Report — To the Directors of the Honduras Inter- 
3ceanic Railway Company (Limited), from E. G. Squier . . . 
LondonP] 1858. Folio, pp. 102. ucal. 89992 

[Squier.] . . . Ruins of Tenampua, Honduras, Central Amer- 
ca. [New York. 1853.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

AAS., BA., BM., C, H., NYH., NYP., UCAL. 89993 
Caption title, with heading: "Proceedings of the Historical Society of New-York, 
ktober, 1853." A letter from Squier to Prof. W. W. Turner of Washington, com- 
lunicatcd by the latter. 

Squier. . . . The Serpent Symbol, and the Worship of the Recip- 
ocal Principles of Nature in America. By E. G. Squier. . . . New 
fork: George P. Putnam, l^^ Broadway. M DCCC Ll. [Verso of 
itle :] Edward O. Jenkins, Printer, 1 14 Nassau street. New York. 
!vo, pp. xvi, 11-254. 4 plates. 

1., BM., C, GTS., H., HEH., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., P., WHS,, Y. 89994 
With heading: "American Archaeological Researches, No. i." 
A plate or illustration at p. 82, called for by the list of illustrations, has not been 

:en in any of the copies examined. 
For a Spanish translation, see the following title. 

Squier. El Simbolo de la Serpiente y la adoracion de los prin- 
ipios reciprocos de la naturaleza en America. Por E. G. Squier, 



I06 SQUIER (e.g.). ; 

I 

A. M. . . . Traduccion del ingles por el Ldo. D. Jose de J. Q. I 
Garcia . . . Habana. Imprenta del Tiemfo. 1855. 8vo, pp. 226, j 
(l). 89995 { 

Title from Trelles' "Bibliografia cubana del siglo XIX," vol. 3, 1912, p. 303, \ 

where it is stated that this work forms vol. 2 of the "Bibliotheca de la Revista." j 

A translation of the preceding title. 1 

Squier. Some New Discoveries respecting the Dates on the 
Great Calendar Stone of the Ancient Mexicans; with Observa- 
tions on the Mexican Cycle of Fifty-two Years. By E. G. Squier. 
NeivYork. 1849. 8vo,pp. 5. 89996 

Title from Sabin's "Catalogue of the Library of E. G. Squier," 1876, no. 1337. 
Reprinted from the "American Journal of Science and Arts," 2d ser., vol. 7, 1849, 1, 
PP- 153-157- 

Squier. Die Staaten von Central-Amerika insbesondere Hon 
duras, San Salvador und die Moskitokiiste. Von. E. G. Squier ._. . j 
In deutscher Bearbeitung herausgegeben von Karl Andree. Leif- •] 
%ig: Verlagsbuchhandlung von Carl B. Lorck. [Colofhon:] \ 
Druck der Ries'schen Buchdruckerci in Leipzig. 1 856. 8vo, pp. )| 
(4), xlviii, 275. Folded map. H., hisp.soc.amer., nyp. + Neue >. 
Ausgabe. Leipzig, G. Senf. 1865. 8vo, pp. (2), xlviii, 275.,: 
Folded map. c, ucal. + Dritte Auflage. Leipzig, 1874, Verlag j 
von G. Senf sBuchhandlung. [Colophon:] Druck der Ries'schen \ 
Buchdruckerei in Leipzig. 8vo, pp. (2), xlviii, 275. Folded map. i 

NYP. 89997 i 

A translation of "Notes on Central America," above. Forms vol. 9, i8s6,_of ! 
"Hausbibliothek fur Lander- und Volkerkunde." In the 1856 edition a series title | 
faces the title page. | 

Squier. The States of Central America; their geography, topog- j 
raphy, climate, population, resources, productions, commerce, polit- 
ical organization, aborigines, etc., etc., comprising chapters on I 
Honduras, San Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Be- 1 
lize, the Bay Islands, the Mosquito Shore, and the Honduras Inter- 1 
oceanic Railway. By E. G. Squier . . . With Numerous Original, 
Maps and Illustrations. Neiv York: Harper & Brothers, Pub-\ 
Ushers, Franklin Square. 1858. 8vo, pp. 782. ii plates, three of, 
which are folded, and 5 folded maps, aas., b., ba., bm., c, cu., H.,:, 
HEH., NYH., NYP., UTS., WHS., Y. + London: Sampson Low,> 
Son, 6f Co., 47 Ludgate Hill. New York: Harper ^ Brothers^ 
1858. 8vo, pp. 782. 1 3 plates and 5 folded maps. up. 899981 

18 full page illustrations are included in the pagination. An extension of "Notes I 
on Central America," above. j 



SQUIER (e. G.). 107 

Squier. Travels in Central America, particularly in Nicaragua: 
with a description of its aboriginal monuments, scenery and people, 
their languages, institutions, religion, &c. Illustrated by numerous 
maps and coloured illustrations. By E. G. Squier, ... In two vol- 
umes. . . . D. Affleto7i iff Co.y Publishers, New York: mdcccliii. 
2 vols., 8vo, pp. (2), v-xxii, (4), 3-424, 14 plates, one of which 
is folded, and 2 maps, one of which is folded; (2), iv, 3—452, 15 
plates, and 2 maps, one of which is folded. 

H., HEH., HISP.SOC.AMER., MINNHS., NYH., UCAL., UP., WLC. 89999 

A reissue of "Nicaragua, its people," etc., entered above. According to the "List" 
of Squier's works, 1876, p. 5, the Travels were previously issued with the imprint, 
London, Longman ^ Co., mdccclii. This apparently refers to the issue under the 
earlier title. A note in Sabin's handwriting states that there was another issue, dated 

MDCCCLIV. 

Squier. Tropical Fibres: their Production and Economic Ex- 
traction. By E. G. Squier . . . New York: Scribner ^ Co., 124 
Grand Street. 1 86 1 . [ Verso of title :] Edward O. Jenkins, Printer 
and Stereotyfer, 20 North William Street, N. Y. 8vo, pp. 64. 16 
plates. BA., c, cu., h., nyh., nyp. + London. 1863. 8vo. 
Plates. BM. 90000 

According to the "List" of Squier's works, 1876, p. 7, the London edition was 
published by authority of the British government. 

Squier. The Volcanos of Central America, and the Geographi- 
cal and Topographical Features of Nicaragua, as connected with the 
proposed Inter-oceanic Canal: being the substance of the remarks 
made before the "American Association," at its tenth annual meet- 
ing at New-Haven, on the evening of the 22nd of August, 1850. 
By E. G. Squier, Esq. . . . (Reported for the New York Daily 
Tribune.) ^New York.? 1850.] 8vo, pp. 20. 

Caption title. B., BA., C, H., NYH., NYP., WHS. 9OOOI 

[Squier.] Waikna; or. Adventures on the Mosquito Shore. By ~~>v ^ 

Samuel A. Bard. Yfseud.^ . . . With sixty illustrations. New York: LJ '^^y 

Harfer & Brothers, 329 i^ 331 Pearl Street. 1855. l2mo, pp. (^ i ^ ^l- ^ 

366, including illustrations and map. B., c, CU., H., heh., C ^ ' 

MINNHS., NYH., NYP., P., WHS., Y. + London: Samfson Low, 
Son, &? Co., 47, Ludgate Hill. 1 855. [On illustrated title:] New- 
York; Harper ^ Bros. London, Sampson Low Son &" Co. i2mo, 
pp. 366, including illustrations and map. h., nyh., nyp. ■+• Lon- 
don: Sampson Low, Son, &? Co., 47 Ludgate Hill, English and 
American Booksellers and Publishers. 1856. [Colophon:] Lon- 



(A^'^l 



I08 SQUIER (m. p.). 

don: Printed by IV. Clowes and Sons, Stamjord Street and Charing 
Cross. i6mo, pp. iv, i88. nyp. 90002 

The appendix contains an "Historical Sketch of the Mosquito Shore;" "Various 
Notes on the topography, soil, climate, and natives of the Mosquito Shore;" and a 
"Brief Vocabulary of the Mosquito Language." The 1856 edition omits the "Various 
Notes." 

For other editions, see "Adventures on the Mosquito Shore," above. 

For titles of a Catalogue of Squier's library and of a List of his works, including 
contributions to periodicals and society transactions, not entered here, see Sabin 
(Joseph), no. 74688, vol. 18. The list is reprinted, with a few additions. In Seitz' 
"Letters from Francis Parkman to E. G. Squier," 191 1, which also contains a bio- 
graphical sketch of Squier. 

For Squier's Observations on Zestermann's "Memoir on the European Coloniza- 
tion of America," see Zestermann (August C. A.). 

Squier edited the "New York State Mechanic," our no. 53833, vol. 13, and, 
according to the Munsell Catalogue, 1872, a few numbers of a periodical called the 
"Ladies' Magazine," in 1841. Also: The Poet's Magazine, a Repository of Original 
and Selected American Poetry. ... Vol. I. — April — No. i. Albany: Published 
by E. G. Squier, 58 State-Street. Agents: Geo. L. Curry and Co., 167 Broadway, 
New-York, W. C. Little, Albany. ... J. Munsell, Printer. Copyright secured. 
[1842.] 8vo, cover title and pp. 48. y. y. has also no. 2, pp. 49—92. No more 
published. In the Munsell Catalogue the title appears as "American Poetry," with a 
note that the "Work never completed — never sold — was never paid for." In Mun- 
sell's own copy of the Catalogue, at aas., the correct title is supplied in ms. 

Squier (Miles P[owell]). The Death and Resurrection of the 
Behever. A Sermon, Deh'vered at the Funeral of Mrs. Almira 
James, Wife of Mr. Aaron James, who died at Buffalo, (N. Y.) 
Jan. 28, 1822, in the Twenty-Fourth Year of her Age. By Rev. 
Miles P. Squier, Pastor of the Presbyterian Congregation in that 
place. Buffalo: Printed by David M. Day. [1822.] 8vo, pp. 15. 

AAS. 90003 

Squier. The Miscellaneous Writings of Miles P. Squier, d.d. 
late Professor of Intellectual and Moral Philosophy, Beloit Col- 
lege, Wisconsin. With an Autobiography, edited and supplemented 
by Rev. James R. Boyd. From the Press of R. L. Adams &' Son, 
Geneva, N. Y. [1867.] i2mo, pp. 408. Frontispiece portrait. 

c, NYH., WHS., Y. 90004 

Date of publication supplied from Kelly's "American Catalogue," vol. 2, 1 871. 

Squier. The Province of the American Scholar; an Inaugural 
Address. By Rev. Miles P. Squier, a.m.. Professor of Intellectual 
and Moral Science in Beloit College. Delivered July 9th, 1 85 1. 
At the First Commencement Anniversary of the Institution. New- 
York: John F. Trow, Printer, 4.() Ann-Street. 1 85 1. 8vo, pp. 37. 

AAS., B., C, H,, MINNHS., NYH., NYP., UTS., WHS. 9OOO5 

Squills ([Peter] ), fseud. Pen and Ink Sketches of Yale Not- 
ables. By Squills. . . . Soule, Thomas and Winsor, Saifit Louis. 



SQUINT. 



109 



1872. Steam Uth. Press, R. P. Studley Comfany, St. Louis. 4to, 
pp. (4), and 12 plates on 12 unnumbered leaves. 

By Charles Holmes Goodman. — c. B., C, NYP., Y. QOO06 

A Squint at a "Co-Presbyter," In the New-York Evangelist of 
Nov. loth, 1838: and a Glance at the Minutes of the High-School 
Synod, which was organized in Newburgh, October 17 18-^8 
By Trio, V. N. D. et S. S. S. New-York: 1840. i2mo, pp* \\' 
B., UTS. + Goshen: 1840. 4to, pp. 16. y. 90007 

Improved title of that in note to no. 17270, vol. 5, where it is attributed to 
Samuel H. Cox. 

... A Squint at Parties in Massachusetts, and at Coalition and 
Anti-Coalition in the Free Soil Party. By a Free Whig Republican 
Democrat. Boston: Printed j or the Author. 1851. 8vo cover 
title and pp. 16. aas. 90008 

Squint-eyed Bob, the Bully of the Woods; or, Paddy's Experi- 
ence among the Red Skins. By the author of "Long-legged Toe " 
"Rattlesnake Dick," "The Imps o'the Prairie," "Joe the farpint,''" 
&c., &c., &c. New York: George Munro & Co., Publishers, 137 
Wdhams Street, [cof. 1864.] [Verso of title:] Wm. Gannon & 
Co., Stereotyfers, 9 Sfruce Street, N. Y. Theodore Russell, Printer 
66 Duane Street, N. Y. l6mo, pp. 97. C. 90009 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Squints through an Opera Glass. By a Young Gent. Who had'nt 
any thing else to do. New-York: Published by the Merchants' D ay- 
Book. ^2 Nassau-Street. 1 850. [Verso of title:] John F. Trow, 
Printer, 49 &' 5 I Ann-street. i2mo, pp. (2), 46. 

H., NYH., NYP. 90010 

According to the "Notice" on verso of cover, "The 'Squints through an Opera 

Glass were published in the Merchants' Day-Book, in the month of February, 1850." 

Squire (Francis). An | Answer | To some late Papers, | En- 
titled, The I Independent Whig; | So far as they relate to the I 
Church of England, | As by Law Established. | In which, | Her 
Doctrines, Creeds, Liturgy, and | Establishment; her Clergy, with 
their Rights, Divine | and Humane, are modestly defended; and 
their Author's | new Notions prov'd to be, not only Absurd and 
Ridiculous, I but also directly opposite to those very Texts of God's 
Word, I on which he pretends to found them. | By Francis Squire, 
A.M. Rector of | Exford, and Vicar of Cutcombe and Luxborow,' 
[Somerset. | New-York: \ Printed and Sold by Hugh Gaine, at the 



no SQUIRE. 

Printing Office offostte the Old-Slif -Market, IJ S3- I ^^O' PP- ^h 

132. AAS., C, CU., H., HEH., JCB., NYH., NYP., Y. 9OO I I 

A reprint of the London edition of 1723, probably issued during the controversy 
in 1753 between Gaine and the editors of the "Independent Reflector," William 
Livingston, John Morin Scott, and William Smith, the historian, "young lawyers 
with republican ideas and Presbyterian sympathies." See P. L. Ford's "Journals of 
Hugh Gaine," vol. i, 1902, p. 10. 

[Squire (Henry)]. A Sketch of the History of the Franklin 
Typographical Society, and of its Library. Read before the Society 
at its April Meeting. By the Librarian. Boston: Henry Button &' 
Son, Printers, 90 and 92 Washington Street, i860. 8vo, pp. 16. 

Signed: Henry Squire, Librarian. B., C, M. 9OOI2 

Squire (N[athaniel] ). The Universal Signal Book, containing 
a complete code of signals for the use of merchants' ships of all 
nations. By N. Squire, With improvements adapted to the vessels 
of the United States of America, by James M. Elford. Charleston, 
S. C. : Printed for and Sold by James M. Elford. 1 8 1 8. 1 6mo, pp. 
39. c. 90013 

BM. has a Yarmouth, 1 816, edition. 

St. (Dr.). Kaiser Maximilian von Mexico, der letzte Ritter des 
19. Jahrhunderts . . . von Dr. St. Briinn. 1867. 8vo. BM. 90014 

. . . Staat of Lyst der Scheepen, welcke komende direct van Cura- 
cao en St. Eustatius, door de Engelschen zyn genomen en opgebragt 
...{Amsterdam. 1758.] Folio, pp. 27, ( I ). C.,JCB. 90015 

Caption title. Though the above has separate pagination and signature marks, it 
forms a part of "Lysten van de Hollandsche Scheepen," our no. 42886, vol. 10, of 
which the collation should be corrected to pp. (4), 27, (i), 35. Information from 
Lawrence C. Wroth. 

Staat I Von | America. | [Halle: Renger. 17 17?] Small 8vo, 
pp. (6), 312. Frontispiece. H. 90016 

Relates principally to the aboriginal inhabitants of the two American continents, 
and to the flora and fauna. The frontispiece is engraved from a copper plate, and has 
the inscription: "Viztlipuztli idolum Mexicanorum." 

According to Heinsius' "Allgemeines Bucher-Lexikon," vol. 3, 1812, this forms 
one of a series of works on Asia, Africa and America published by Renger in Halle, 
1 709-1 724. A similar series describing European countries was issued by the same 
publisher in 1720. The date 1717 is supplied for the above in Puttick and Simpson's 
"Bibliotheca Mejicana," 1869, no. 2053. 

Staatenbund, Bundestaat und Einheitsstaat. Wodurch unter- 
scheiden sie sich von einander und was sind sonach der deutsche 
Bund, die nordamerikanische Union und die schweizerische Eid- 
genossenschaft und wie muss die Verfassung des deutchen Bundes 



STAATKUNDIGE. Ill 

reformirt werden, wenn Deutschland nicht die Beute einer Gross- 
macht werden soil ? Leipzig V erlagsbuchhandlung von J. J. Weber. 
1859. [Colophon:] Druck von F. A. Brockhaus in Leipzig. 8vo, 
pp. viii, (i), verso blank, 95, (i). cu. 90017 

Staatkundige | Aanmerkingen | over het | Gehouden gedrag | 
der I Engelschen, | Op den 9 Augustus 1780, in de groote | Baay 
van het Eiland St. Martin. [«. ^.] mdcclxxx. | 8vo, pp. 27. 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. C. 9OO I 8 

[Staats (Cuyler)]. Tribute to the Memory of De Witt Clin- 
ton, Late Governor of the State of New-York. Being a comprehen- 
sive sketch of his life, together with the proceedings of the New- 
York Legislature, and of various corporate and public bodies; also 
the notices of his death from the most distinguished journals in the 
United States. By a Citizen of Albany. Albany : Printed by Web- 
ster and Wood. 1828. i2mo, pp. 204. Frontispiece portrait. 

AAS., B., BA., C, cu,, H., HEH., NYP., WHS., Y. 9OOI9 

Copyrighted by Cuyler Staats, author and proprietor. Improved title of no. 13737, 
vol. 4. 

Staats (Samuel), and others. To the Honourable House of 
Represen- | tatives of this his Majesties Province of New-York, | in 
General Assembly met & convened. | The Humble Petition of 
Samuel Staats, Johannes | D'Peyster, Leonard Lewis and Abraham 
I Gouverneur. | [Colophon:] Printed and Sold by Willia?n Brad- 
ford, Printer to the Kings most Excellent Majesty, in the City of 
New-York, 1698. Folio, pp. 5, verso blank, 5—10, 

PUB.REC.OFF. 90020 

Title from Adelaide R. Hasse's "Some Materials for a bibliography of the official 
publications of the General Assembly of the Colony of New York, 1693— 1775," 1903. 
It is stated that sig. B is on the second p. 5, and C on p. g. 

Stabler (Edward). A Sermon delivered at Friends' Meeting, 
Green Street, Philadelphia, on First-Day afternoon, Fourth Month 
1 2th, 1829, at the time of the yearly meeting. By Edward Stabler, 
of Alexandria, D. C. Taken in short hand. Philadelphia: Printed 
by Johfi Richards, No. 20 Church Alley. 1 829. 8vo, pp. 12 + ? 

AAS. 9002OA 

[Stabler (Edward)]. A Brief Narrative of the Invention of 
Reaping Machines; and an examination of the claims for priority of 
invention: by a Maryland Farmer and Machinist. Also a short 
appendix, consisting of English Publications, as to the operation and 
success of Reaping Machines in England, in the years 185 I, 1852 



112 STABLER. 

I 

and 1853. Baltimore: From the Press of Mills ^ Cox, {Office of 
the "Am-erican Farmer/') No. 12S Baltijnore Street. 1 854. 8vo, 

pp.32. B., BA., NYP., WHS. 90021 

Reprinted, with attribution to Stabler, in "Overlooked Pages of Reaper History," 
Chicago, 1897, pp. 1-68. 

[Stabler.] A Review of the Pamphlet of W. N. P. Fitzgerald, 
"Counsel for Parties in the State of New York," in opposition to 
the extension of the patent of Obed Hussey: and also of the defence, 
or evidence in favour of said extension. With a narrative or brief 
history of reaping machines, and an examination of the claims for 
priority of invention : and an appendix. Baltimore: From, the Fr ess 
of Mills ^ CoXy 122 Baltim^ore Street, 1 855. 90022 

Title from a reprint in "Overlooked Pages of Reaper History," Chicago, 1897, pp. 
69—100. &ee also Stabler (William), below. 

y^ Stabler (William). A Memoir of the Life of Edward Stabler, 

/} y ^ n^'X O ^^^^ °^ Alexandria in the District of Columbia; with a collection of 

t-' r- ^-. his letters. By his son, William Stabler. . . . Philadelfhia: Printed 

^/^ by John Richards, 299 Market Street; And to he had of John 

Comly, By berry, Philadelfhia County ; T. Ellwood Chafman, No. 

74 North Fourth St., Philada.; Baker, Crane &' Day, 158 Pearl 

St., New York; and Richard Plu?nmer, Baltim,ore. 1846. i2mo, 

pp.312. AAS., B., C, H., NYH., NYP., UTS. 90023 

Stack (J. Herbert). Historic Doubts relative to the American 

War. By J. Herbert Stack. Dedicated, by permission, to the author 

of "Historic Doubts relative to Napoleon Bonaparte." Jam-es Ridg- 

way, 169, Piccadilly. Birm,ingham: Ben]amin Hall. ... 1862. 

I2mo, pp. 22, (l). BM., NYH., WRHS., Y. 9OO24 

On verso of half-title: A portion of the following pages appeared in "Aris's Bir- 
mingham Gazette," November 15th, 1862. 

Stack (M. P.). Brief Exposition of the Stack-O'Hara Contro- 
versy from a Catholic Standpoint. William-sfort, Pa. : Daily register 
steam book and job frinting house. 1 873. 8vo, cover title and pp. 
15. c, P. 90025 

signed at the end, M. P. Stack. 

Stacke (Henry). The Story of the American War. 1861- 
1865. By Henry Stacke. With a map illustrating the battle fields. 
London: Frederick Warne and Co. Bedford Street, Covent Gar- 
den. 1866. [Verso of title:] London: Savill and Edwards, Print- 



STACKHOUSE. II3 

ersy Chandos-street, Covent-Garden. i6mo, pp. viii, 264. Frontis- 
piece folded map. B., BM., c, heh., nyh. 90026 

For a later anonymous edition, see Heroism and Adventure in the Nineteenth Cen- 
tury, no. 31533, vol. 8. C, HEH. 

Stackhouse. Herrn Thomas Stackhouse | Lehrbegriff ] der 
ganzen | christlichen Religion | Erster Theil. | Aus der eng- 
landischen Sprache iibersetzet und mit | einigen Anmerkungen ver- 
mehret | von | Friedrich Eberhard Rambach, | Kon. Preuss. Con- 
sistorialrath Oberdomprediger und Inspector | im Herzogthum 
Magdeburg. | Erster Theil. | Philadelfhtay | Zm finden bey Ernst 
Ludtvig Baischy [ in der -zweyten Strasse nahe bey der Rees-Strasse. 

1774. I 8vo, pp. (16), 770, (14). AAS. 90027 

The incomplete set at aas. contains also vol. 3, pp. (2), 702, (12); vol. 5, pp. (8), 
558; vol. 6, pp. (8), 520. 

Though the above imprint contains the address of the Philadelphia bookseller, the 
work was printed in Europe, no doubt in Germany. For this reason it is not included 
in the bibliographies of Hildeburn and Seidensticker. Heinsius lists an octavo edition 
in 7 vols, published by Koppe in Rostock, 1755— 1764, of which this might be a reissue 
with a new title page. 

Stackhouse. A New History of the Bible. By Thomas Stack- 
house. Philadelfhta? I']'] I. 90028 

"Advertised in the Pa. Journal, March 7, 1771, et seq., as 'Just published and to be 
sold by W. and T. Bradford.' Referring, I think, to an imported edition." 
Title and note from Hildeburn. 

Stackhouse. Two Sermons: | collected chiefly from j Stack- 
house's Body of Divinity; | and j Printed for the Use | of | Private 
Families | in the | Island of Cape-Breton. | Halifax: \ Printed by 
John Howey at the corner of George | and Barrington-Streets. | 
M.DCC.xcin. I 8vo, pp. V, 31. BA. 90029 

P. [i] is on verso of v, and even numbers are on rectos of the following leaves. 

[Stackpole (Joseph Lewis)]. See Observations on the late 
Presidential Veto, no. 56529, vol. 13. BA., M., nyp. 

M. has two copies, both of which have presentation inscriptions by Stackpole. 

Stacy (G. B.). The dragon: that old serpent, the devil, and 
Satan, whose head must be bruised in the coming contest among the 
nations. By G. B. Stacy. Richmondy Va.: W. Har grave White. 
i860. i6mo, pp. [5]-i84. vasl. 90030 

Title from Swem's "Bibliography of Virginia," pt. i, 1916. 

[Stacy (George W.)], compiler. Anti-slavery hymns, de- 
signed to aid the cause of human rights. Containing original hymns 
written by Abby H. Price, and others of Hopedale community, with 



114 STACY. 

a choice selection from other authors . . . Hofedale, Mass.: Com- 
munity Press. 1844. i8mo, pp. 36. c. 90031 

Preface signed, Geo. W. Stacy. 

Stacy (George W.). Reformatory Power of Christianity. A 
Discourse, delivered at the Dedication of Lawrence Church, Felton- 
ville, Mass. November 19, 186 1. By George W. Stacy. . . . 1862: 
From, the Milford Book and Job Press. Centr'al Building — 86 
Main St. 8vo, pp. 20, (i). aas. 90031 a 

Stacy (Nathaniel). A Discourse delivered at Hamilton Centre, 
July 4, 1828. By Nathaniel Stacy. Hamilton: Printed by Geo. 
Williams & Co. 1828. 8vo,pp. 21. HEH. 90032 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

Stacy. Memoirs of the Life of Nathaniel Stacy Preacher of the 
Gospel of Universal Grace. Comprising a brief circumstantial his- 
tory of the rise and progress of Universalism in the State of New 
York, as identified therewith. . . . Columbus, Pa.: Published for the 
Author, by Abner Vedder. Printed by W . Heughes, Monroe Hall, 
Rochester, N. Y. 1850. 8vo, pp. 523. Frontispiece portrait. 

AAS., B., C, HEH., HSP., NYH., NYP., UTS., WHS. 9OO33 
An autobiography. 

Stadacona Club, Quebec. Constitution, rules and regulations 
of the Stadacona Club. Adopted 2ist March, i86i. Pm^Z'^c. 1865. 
i6mo, pp. 27. 90034 

Title of an incomplete copy entered in Gagnon's "Essai de bibliographic cana- 
dienne," vol. 2, 1913. Collation from Dionne. 

Stadacona Depicta: or Quebec and its environs, historically, 
panoramically, and locally exhibited. Quebec: Carey, Brothers, 
music library, and railway reading defot. [185 7-] l6mo, pp. vii, 

198. Map. CAN.ARCH. 90035 

Title from Gagnon's "Essai de bibliographie canadienne," vol. i, 1895, where it is 
attributed to Charles Rogers. 

Staden (Hans). 

The editions of Staden's narrative here entered are arranged in the following order: 
German, Dutch, French, English and Portuguese, those in each language having a 
chronological arrangement. For other editions which form the first of the accounts 
included In the Latin and German versions of the third part of De Bry's Great Voy- 
ages, see our vol. 3, pp. 33—36, and 51—52. A condensation in German is also found 
in "HIstoria Antipodum," Frankfurt, 1631, which is an abridgment of De Bry. 

Staden. Warhaftig | Historia vnd beschreibung eyner Landt- | 
schafftderWilden, Nacketen, Grimmigen Menschfresser | Leuthen, , 



STADEN. 



115 



in der Newenwelt America gelegen, vor vnd nach [ Christi geburt 

im Land zu Hessen vnbekant, biss vff dise ij. | nechst vergangene 

jar, Da sie Hans Staden von Horn- | berg auss Hessen durch sein 

eygne erfarung erkant, | vnd yetzo durch den truck an tag gibt. | 

Dedicirt dem Durchleuchtigen Hochgebornen herrn, | H. Philipsen 

! Landtgraff zu Hessen, Graif zu Catzen- | elnbogen, Dietz, Ziegen- 

Ihain vnd Nidda, seinem G. H, | Mit eyner vorrede D. Job. Dry- 

jandri, genant Eychman, | Ordinarij Professoris Medici zu Mar- 

jpurgk. I Inhalt des Buchlins volget nach den Vorreden. | Getruckt 

\zu Marfurgy im jar M.D.LVII. | [Colophon:] Zu Marfurg im 

Kleeblatt, bei | Andres Kolben^ vjf Fastnacht. 1557. | Small 4to, 

j 89 unnumbered leaves including woodcuts in the text. Folded map 

[of America, A-B in fours, a-t in fours, v in five. 

I B., BM., HEH.,JCB., NYP. 90036 

I The preface is dated at "Marpurg," on St. Thomas' day, 1556. 

: The work is in two sections, the first describing Staden's voyages and adventures, 
land nine months' captivity in Brazil, and the second giving an account of the manners 
'and customs of the Tupi Indians, whose prisoner he was. 

A facsimile reprint with notes by R. N. Wegner was published by the Frankfurter 
(Gesellschaft fiir Anthropologie, Ethnologie und Urgeschichte, Frankjurt, 1925, c, 
and again in 1927, nvp. 

I Staden. Warhafftig Historia | vnnd beschreibung einer Landt- 
jschafft I der Wilden, Nacketen, Grimmigen Menschfres- | ser 
[Leuthen, in der Newen welt America gelegen, vor vnd | nach 
iChristi geburt im Land zu Hessen vnbekant, biss auif dise ij. nechst 
Iver- I gangene jar. Da sie Hans Staden von Homberg auss Hessen | 
durch sein eygne erfarung erkant, vnd jetzund | durch den truck an 
tag I gibt. I Dedicirt dem Durchleuchtigen Hochgebornen Herrn, | 
H. Philipsen Landtgraff zu Hessen, Graff zu Catzen- | elnbogen, 
,Dietz, Ziegenhain vnd Nidda, seinem G. H. | Mit einer vorrede D. 
|Joh. Dryandri, genant Eychman, | Ordinarij Professoris Medici zu 
iMarpurgk. | Inhalt des Buchlins volget nach den Vorreden. | 
[Colophon :] Gedruckt zu Franckjurdt am Mayn, \ durch Wey- 
gandt Han, in der \ Schnurgassen zum \ Krug. \ [1557?] Small 
;4to, 84 unnumbered leaves including woodcuts in the text. A-X in 

f^^^^- BM., C, JCB. 90037 

t This edition is sometimes regarded as the first. However, since the preface was 
dated at Marpurg, it seems probable that the work was first printed there. The first 
Frankfurt edition was probably printed before the second Marpurg edition of 1557, 
since the title is more like that of the first. 

The woodcuts in this edition, which are the same as those used in the Frankjurt, 
1548, edition of Varthema's travels in Africa and Asia, are repeated frequently 
throughout the text. They have no connection with it. 

Another issue of this edition follows: 



I I 6 STADEN. 

Staden. Warhafftige Historia | vnnd beschreibung einer Landt- 
schafft I der Wilden, Nacketen, Grimmigen Menschfres- | ser 
Leuthen, in der Newen Welt America gelegen, vor vnd | nach 
Christi geburt im Land zu Hessen vnbekant, biss auff diese ij. nechst 
ver- I gangene jar, Da sie Hans Staden von Romberg auss Hessen | 
durch sein eygene erfarung erkant, vnd jetzund | durch den truck 
an tag | gibt. | Dedicirt dem Durchleuchtigen Hochgebornen Herrn, 
H. I Philipsen Landtgraff zu Hessen, Graff zu Catzeneln- | bogen, 
Dietz, Ziegenhain vnd Nidda, seinem G. H. | Mit einer vorrede D. 
Job. Dryandri, genant Eychman, | Ordinarij Professoris Medici zu 
Marpurgk. | Inhaltdes Buchlins volget nach den Vorreden. | [Colo- 
phon:] Gedruckt zw Franckjurdt am Mayn \ durch Weygandt 
Han, in der \ Schnurgassen zum \ Krug. \ [ 1557 H Small 4to, 84 
unnumbered leaves. BM., heh., nyp. 90038 

5^^ Church Catalogue, no. 105, for facsimiles of the title and last page of this issue. 

Staden. Varhaftige be- | schreibung eyner Landschafft der 
wilden | nacketen, grimmigen, menschenfresser leuthen, in der 
newen | welt America gelegen. Vor vnd nach Christi geburt im 
land I zu Hessen unbekant, biss vff dise zwey negst vergangene 
jar, I Da sie Hans Staden von Homberg auss Hessen durch sein | 
eygne erfarung erkant, vnd ytzt durch den truck an tag gibt. | Vnd 
zum andern mal fleissig corrigirt vnd gebessert. ] Dedicirt dem 
Durchleuchtigen hochgebornen fiirsten | H. Philipsen Landtgraue 
zu Hessen, Graff zu Catzen- | elnbognen, Dietz, Ziegenhain vii 
Nidda, seinem G. H. | Mit eyner vorrede D. loh. Dryandri, genant 
Eychman, | Ordinarij Professoris Medici zu Marpurg. | Inhalt des 
buchlins volget nach den vorreden. | [Colophon:] Getruckt zu 
Marfurg im \ Hessen land, bet Andres Colben, \ Vfi Maria: Geburts 
tag, \Anno M. D. LVii. | Small 4to, 89 unnumbered leaves including 
woodcuts in the text. A-B in fours, a-t in fours, v in five. 

NYP. 90039 

Reprinted in the second part of S. Franck's "Ander Theil dieses Weltbuchs von 
Schifffahrten," 1567, leaves 27-59- bm., c, nyp. See our nos. 77677 and 77678, 
vol. 19. 

A reprint of the first Frankfurt edition entered here, edited by Karl Kliipfel, ap- 
pears in the "Bibliothek des litterarischen Vereins," vol. 47, Stuttgart, 1859, pp. 87- 

197. B., BA., BM., C, CU., NYP., Y. 

Detailed descriptions of the two Marpurg and two Frankfurt editions of 1557 are 
included in Dommer's "Die aeltesten Drucke aus Marburg in Hessen," 1892. 

H. J. Wynkelmann gives a paraphrase of Staden's narrative in his "Americanischen 
Neuen Welt Beschreibung," Oldenberg, 1664, pp. 132-228, in which he includes 
thirty-four of the original woodcuts of the Marpurg editions, the blocks for which he 
found at Cassel. A doubtful portrait of Staden is also included, bm., c, jcb., nyp. 

See also, ". . . Ein deutscher Landsknecht in der Neuen Welt, bearbeitet von Pro- 
fessor Dr. R. Lehmann-Nitsche," Leipzig, 1929. 



STADEN. 



117 



DUTCH AND FLEMISH TRANSLATIONS. 

Staden. Warachti- | ge Historic ende Be | schrivinge eens Lants 
in I America ghelegen, vviens invvoonders wilt, | naeckt, seer god- 
iloos, ende vvreede | menschen eters sijn. | Beschreuen door Hans 
Staden van Homborch wt lant van | Hessen, die welcke seluer in 
persoone | het landt America besocht heeft. | Vt den Hoochduysch 
ouer gheset. | Tantvverfen, \ By Christojfel Plantijn, indS gulden 
cenhooren. \ 1558. | Met Privilegij. \ 8vo, 1 04 unnumbered leaves. 
A-B in eight, C-O in eights. bm., jcb. 90040 

The JCB. copy lacks the leaf Hi. 

The woodcuts, which are frequently repeated throughout the text, are not the same 
as those used in either the Marpurg or Frankfurt editions, but seem to have been 
suggested by the orginals in the Marpurg issues. 

The second part, which begins on the 76th leaf, has a special title page beginning, 
'Een Warachtich cort bericht vanden handel ende zeden der Tuppin Imbas . . .» In 
ill of the Dutch editions, except the dated and undated editions of 1706, the second 
5art has likewise a title page with imprint. 

Staden. Warachti: | ghe Historic ende Be- | schriivinghe eens 
ants m \ America gelegen wiens inwoonders wilt | naed, seer 
pdloos, ende wreede | menschen eters sijn. | Beschreuen door Hans 
Staden von Homborch | wt lant van Hessen, die welcke seluer in I 
)ersoone het lant America | besocht heeft. | VVt den Hoochduytsch 
mer gheset. | [Woodcut.] | Ghefrint Thanvverfeninde Cammer- 
trate by \ my Ian Roelants. M. D. Lxiij. | 8vo, 108 unnumbered 
eaves, including woodcuts in the text. A in four, B-O in eights. 

H. 90041 

The second leaf is wrongly marked As. The h. copy lacks two leaves, G^ and Js. 

Staden. Waerachtige | Historic en beschrijuinge eens Landts, 
1 America gheleghcn, wiens inwoon | ders Wilt, Naect, seer godt- 
Dos, I ende wreede Menschen | ecters zijn. | Beschreuen door Hans 
taden van Homborch | wt lant te Hessen, die welcke seluer in per- | 
Dne het lant America besocht heeft. | Nu niews wt den Hooch- 
uytschen ouergheset. | Ghedruckt t'Amstelredaniy voor Cornells | 
:iaesz of h Water by d'Oude Brugge \ int Schrijj-boeck. Anno 
595- I 8vo, 84 unnumbered leaves. [A]-K in eights, L in four. 

90042 

Title from Moes' "Be Amsterdamsche Boekdrukkers en Uitgevers in de zestiende 
■uw," vol. 2, 1907, pp. iio-iii. Also listed by Tiele. 

Staden. Hans Staden van Homborgs | Beschrijvinghe van 
imerica, | Wiens Inwoonders, wilt, naeckt, seer Godloos | ende 
'reede Menschen-Eters zijn, hoe hy selve onder de | Brasilianen 
inghc ghevanghen gheseten heeft, die | hem dagelijcr dreychden 

VOL. XXIII. 8 



1 1 8 STADEN. 

doot te slaen ende t'eten : | Oock hoe wonderbaerlick hy door de | 
Hant des Heeren verlost is: | Item hoe de Wilden Wayganna 
gheheeten, hun daer, als onder | tgheberchte by de Bay de Todos 
OS Sanctos onthouden ende gheneeren, | voorts waer mede zy om 
gaen, ende Oorloghe voeren. | Alles Figuerhck naer 'tleven afghe- 
beelt, is seer dienstich voor de ghene | die naer BrasiHen of de Bay 
de todos OS Sanctos varen. | t' Amsterdam \ Ghedruckt hy Broer 
lanszy woonende of de nieu--zijds achter Borch- \ waly by de 
Brouwerije vande Hoybergh, inde Sihere Kan, 1625. \ Small 4to, 
pp. (8), 72 including woodcuts in the text. A-K in fours. 

NYP. 90043 

The woodcuts in the text are the same as those used in the sixteenth century Dutch i 
editions. The title of the second part begins "Avontuerlijcke vreemde ende waerach- i 
tige beschrijvinge van het Lant America . . ." 

Staden. Han Staden van Homborgs | Beschrijvinghe van 1 
America, | Wiens Invv^oonders, Wilt, Naeckt, seer Godtloos ende 
Wreede Menschen-Eters zijn, hoe hy selve onder de Brasilianen 
langhe ghevangen gheseten heeft, die hem dreychden doot | te slaen 1 
ende te eten: Oock hoe wonderbaerlijck hy | door de Hant des ' 
Heeren verlost is. | Item hoe de Wilden Wayganna geheeten, hun 
daer, als onder | 'tgheberchte by de Bay de Todos os Sanctos: 
onthouden ende gheneren, | voorts waer mede sy omgaen, ende 
Oorloghe voeren, | Alles Figuerlick nae 'tleven af ghebeelt, is seer 
dienstich voor de gheene | die nae Brasilien of de Bay de Todos os 
Sanctos varen. j t* Amsterdam \ Ghedruckt by Broer Ians%. woon- 
ende of de Nieu-zijdts achter-Borch- \ wal, by de Brouwerije vande 
Eoyberghy inde Silvere Kan, 1627. | Small 4to, pp. (8), 72. 

JCB., NYP. 90044 

Staden. Hans Staden van Homborgs Beschrijvinghe van Amer- 
ica. . . . Amsterdam. 1630. 8vo. BM. 90045 

Staden. Hans Staden van Homborgs | Beschrijvinghe van j 
America, | Wiens Inwoonders, wildt, naeckt, seer | Godloos, ende 
wreede Menschen-Eters zijn, hoe hy | selve onder de Brasilianen j 
lange gevangen geseten heeft, die | hem dagelijcr dreyghden doot 1 
te slaen ende t'eten : Oock | hoe wonderbaerlijck hy door de Handt | 
des Heeren verlost is. | Item hoe de Wilden Wayganna geheeten, 
hun daer, als onder 't ghe- | berghte by de Bay de Todos los Sanctos [ 
onthouden ende geneeren, voorts | waer mede sy omgaen ende, 
Oorloghe voeren. | Alles Figuerlijck naer 't leven af-gebeelt, isj 
seer dienstigh voor de | gene die naer Brasilien of Farnambucque , 
varen. I t* Amsterdam. \ Ghedruckt by Broer Jans-Zy woonende op 



STADEN. 



119 



de Nieu-zijds Achter-borgh- \ wal, by de Brouwertje vande Hof- 
berghy tnde Silvere Kan, 1634. | Small 4to, pp. (8), 72. JCB. 
+ [Same imprint.] 1638. Small 410, pp. (8), 72. nyp. 90046 

I The 1638 title differs from that of 1634 as follows: line 10, "berghte" is changed 
to "berchte"; line 12, line ends with "voor de" instead of "voor." 
In the 1638 edition, p. 12 is misnumbered 10. 
Title of the 1634 edition supplied by Miss Catherine C. Quinn. 

Staden. Hans Staden van Homborgs | Beschrijvinghe van 
America, | Wiens Inwoonders, vi^ildt, naeckt, seer | Godloos, ende 
wreede Menschen-Eters zijn, hoe | hy selve onder de Brasilianen 
lange gevangen geseten heeft, | die hem dagelijcr dreychden doot de 
slaen ende t'eten: | Oock doe wonderbaerlijck hy door de Hant | 
des Heeren verlost is. | Item hoe de Wilden Wayganna geheeten, 
jhun daer, als onder 't ghe- | berchte by de Bay de Todos los Sanctos 
lonthouden ende geneeren, voorts j waer mede sy omgaen ende 
Oorloghe voeren. | Alles Figuerlijck naer 't leven af-gebeelt, is seer 
jdienstigh voor de | gene die naer Brasilien of Farnambucque varen. | 
Amsterdaniy \ Gedruckt by Broer Jansx, woonende of de Nieu- 
\zijds Achter-borghwal \ inde Silvere Kan, by de Brouwerije vande 
Hoybergh. \ [1638.] Small 4to, pp. (8), 72. h., nyp. 90047 

I The title page of the second part is dated 1638. This edition is on finer paper than 
jJie preceding, in which both parts are dated 1638. The verso of the title is blank, 
jivhile in the dated edition it contains the dedication. The type was reset for many, if 
liot all, of the sheets. 
[ Pp. 12 and 49 are misnumbered respectively, 10 and 47. 

j Staden. Hans Staden van Homborgs Beschrijvinghe van Amer- 
\Q.z.. . . . Amstelredam. [1640?] 4to. BM. 90048 

Staden. Hans Staden van Homborgs | Beschrijvinghe van 
America, | Wiens Inwoonders, Wildt, Naeckt, seer | Godloos, ende 
U^reede Menschen-Eters zijn, hoe | hy selve onder de Brasilianen 
'ange gevangen geseten heeft, | die hem dagelijcr dreygden doot te 
:.laen ende t'eten: | Oock hoe vi^onderbaerlijck hy door de Hant | 
lies Heeren verlost is. | Item, hoe de Wilden Wayganna geheeten, 
|iun daer, als onder 't ghe- | berghte by de Bay de Todos los Sanctos 
)nthouden ende geneeren, voorts | waer mede sy omgaen ende 
porloge voeren. | Alles Figuerlijck naer 't leven af-gebeelt, is seer 
lienstigh voor de | gene die naer Brasilien of Farnambucque varen. | 
1 Amsterdam, \ Gedruckt by Jan Jacobs-z Bouman, woonende oft 
\-Vater inde Lelye \ onder de Doornen, Anno 1 65 5. [ Small 4to, 

iP- (8)j 72- NYH., NYP. 90049 



120 STADEN. 

Staden. Hans Staden van Homborgs Beschryvinge van Amer- 
ica. . . . Amsterdam. J. Jac. Boiiman. 1 656. 4to. 90050 

Title from Tiele, no. 270. 

Staden. Hans Staden van Homborgs. | Beschryvinge van 
America, | Wiens Inwoonders, Wildt, Naekt, seer God- | loos, en 
wreede Menschen-Eeters zijn, hoe by selbe onder de | Brasilianen 
lange gevangen geseten keeft, die hem dagelychs | dreyghden doodt 
testaen ent'Eeten: oock hoe wonderbaerHjck | by door de handt i| 
des Heern verlost is, \ Mirsgaders: 1 Een kort Verhael, hoe de | 
Wilden Wayganna geheeten | hun daer, als mede onder't geberth i| 
by de Baez de Todos los Sanctos onthonden | en geneeren, voortz- -i 
waer mede sy omgaen ende Dorlog voeren. | Alles Figuer hjk na't t| 
Leven af gebeelt, is seer dienstig voor de gene die na | Brasilien of ij 
Farnambucque varen. | t' Amsterdam voor Michiel de Groot, Boek- -j 
verhofer of den Niewen-dijck, tusschen de twee Haerlemmer Sluy- -j 
sen,'indeGrooteBtjbel.\{lt^().'] Small 410, pp. (8), 72. | 

90051 'j 

Title from Rodrigues' "Bibliotheca brasiliense," 1907- There were apparently )1 
some errors in transcribing the title, which are repeated here. j 

Staden. Hans Staden van Homborghs Beschrijvinge van Amer- | 
ica. Utrecht. 1683. Small 4to, pp. 72. 9^0$! \ 

Title from Muller's "Catalogue of Books relating to America," July, 1850, no. I 
1 192. Possibly it is an error for the following edition. i 

Staden. Hans Staden van Homborghs | Beschrijvinge van | 
America, | Wiens Inwoonders, Wild, Naeckt, seer Godloos, en 
wreede | Menschen-Eters zijn, hoe hy selve onder de Brasilianen 
lange | Gevangen geseten heeft, die hem dagelijcks dreyghden Dood j 
te 2aen, en | t'Eten: Ook hoe wonderlijk hy door de hand des ; 
Heeren verlost is. | Midsgaders: | Een kort Verhael, hoe de Wilden j 
Wayganna geheeten, hun daer, als | mede onder 't Geberghte by de , 
Bay de Todos los Sanctos, onthouden ende | generen, voorts waer j 
mede sy om-gaen, ende Oorloge voeren. | Alles Figuerlijck naer 't ] 
Leven af-gebeeld, is seer dienstigh | voor de gene die naer Brasilien | 
of Farnambucque Varen. | Tot Utrecht, \ Gedruckt by Juriaen van ^ 
Poolsum, Ordinaris Stadts Drucker, woncnde \ of de Plaets, over H 
Stadthuys, in de Nieuwe Boeckdruckerye. Anno 1685. | Small 410, 
pp. (8), 72. BM.,NYP. 90053 

Staden. Hans Staden van Homborgs | Beschrijvinge van Amer-j 
ica, I Wiens Inwoonders, Wildt, Naeckt, seer | Godtloos, en wreede | 
Menschen-Eeters zijn, hoe hy selve | onder de Brasilianen langCj 



STADEN. 121 

gevangen geseten heeft, die hem | dagelfjcks dreygden doodt te 
slaen en t' Eeten: oock hoe wonderbaerhjck | hy door de handt des 
Heeren verlost is. | Mitsgaders: | Een kort Verhael, hoe de Wilden 
Wayganna geheeten hun daer, als mede | onder 't Geberghte by 
de Baey de Todos los Sanctos onthouden en generen, I voorts waer 
mede sy omgaen ende Oorlog voeren. | Alles Figuerh'jck na 't 
Leven afgebeelt, en seer dienstigh voor de geene | die na Brasihen of 
Farnambucque varen. | Amsterdam^ By Gijsbert de Grooty Boeck- 
verkofer op den Nieuwen-dijck, \ tusschefi de twee Haerlemmer 
Sluysen,in de Groote Bybel. \ [l686.] Small 4to, pp. (8), 72. 

The title page of the second part is dated 1686. C, NYP. 9OO54 

Staden. Hans Staden van Homborgs | Beschryvino-e van 
America, | Wiens Inwoonders Wildt, Naekt, seer Godloos, | en 
wreede Menschen-Eeters zijn, hoe hy selve onder de Brasilianen | 
lange gevangen geseten heeft, die hem dagelijcks dreyghden | doodt 
,te slaen en t'Eeten: oock hoe w^onderbaerlijck | hy door de handt 
'des Heeren verlost is. | Mitsgaders: | Een kort verhael, hoe de 
I Wilden Wayganna geheeten, hun daer, als mede | onder 't 
'Gederghte [sic] by de Baey de Todos los Sanctos onthouden en 
■geneeren, voorts waer mede sy omgaen ende Oorlogh voeren. 
lAlles Figuerlijck na 't Leven afgebeelt, is seer dienstig voor de 
jgene | die na Brasilien of Farnambucque varen. | i^ Amsterdam, By 
\de Weduwe van Gijsbert de Groot, Boeckverkoofster of den \ 
.Nieuwen-dijcky tusschen de twee Haerlemmer-sluysen. \ [1701.] 
jSmall 4to, pp. (8), 72. NYP. 90055 

! The title page of the second part is dated 1701. 

i Staden. De voorname | Scheeps-togten | van | Jan Staden [ 
;Van Homburg m Hessen, na | Brazil, | gedaan Anno 1547 en 
|I549. I Bevattende des selven wonderbaarlijke en gevaarlijke 
ibejegeningen; | Gevankenis onder de Menschen-eeters; seldsame 
jGevallen; nette Be- | schrijving van Brazil, soo des Lands, als der 
iMenschen, | Dieren, Gevi^assen, &c. | Nu eerst uyt 't Hoogduytsch 
jvertaald na den egten laatsten vermeer- | derden Druk. | Met een 
iroot getal na 't leven afgebeelde kopere Platen, en een | volkomen 
Register, | Noyt te vooren soo by ons gesien. | Te Ley den, \ By 
^ieter vander A a, Boekverkoper, 1706 | Met Privtlegie. \ 8vo, pp. 
12, 106, (8). 24 folded plates and folded map. 

B., BM., C, CU.j NYP. 90056 

Included in Pieter vander Aa's "Naaukeurige Versameling der gedenk-waardigste 
Jee en Land-Reysen," vol. 15, 1707, and sometimes found as a separate. 



122 ST ADEN. 

Staden. De voorname | Scheeps-togten | van | Jan Staden | van 
Homburg in Hessen, na | Brazil, | gedaan Anno 1547. en 1549. | 
Bevattende des selven vi^onderbaarlijke en gevaarlijke bejegeningen; 
o-evankenis onder | de Menschen-eeters, seldsame Gevallen, nette 
Beschrijving van Brazil, soo des | Lands, als der Menschen, Dieren, 
Gewassen, &c. | Nu eerst uyt 't Hoogduytsch vertaald na den egten 
laatsten vermeerderden derden [sic] Druk. | Met een groot getal 
na 't leven afgebeelde kopere Platen, en een volkomen Register. | | 
Noyt te vooren soo by ons gesien. | Te Leyden, \ By P'teter vander | 
AayBoekverkofer. \ MetPrivtlegie. \ [1706?] Folio, 22 unnum- il 
bered leaves. Folded map. bm., c, nyp., y. 90057 j 

Included in vol. I of Pieter vander Aa's "De Aanmerkens-waardige Voyagien door ij 
Francoisen, Itallaanen, Deenen, Hoogduytsen," which is one of the four parts of a j 
rearrangement of the "Naaukeurige Versameling," grouped by nationality, printed in n, 
1706 and 1707, each part in two volumes. There is also a reissue of the four parts tj 
with a general title dated 1727. . | 

This edition of "De voorname Scheeps-togten" was printed from the same setting i 
of type as the preceding octavo edition, rearranged to make two columns to a page, 1, 
the columns numbered 1-76, beside two preliminary leaves at the beginning and leaf i 
at the end. All but one of the copper plates in the octavo edition are included as il- i! 
lustrations in the text of the folio. The map is printed on the same sheet with one of .j 
the other maps for this volume. 1 

Staden. Hans Staden van Homborgs | Beschryvinge van | 
America, | Wiens Inwoonders Wildt, Naekt, seer Godloos, | en j 
wreede Menschen-Eeters zijn, hoe hy selve onder de Brasilianen | \ 
lange gevangen geseten heeft, die hem dagelijcks dreyghden | doodt | 
te slaen en t' Eeten: oock hoe vi^onderbaerlijck | hy door de handt j 
des Heeren verlost is. | Mitsgaders: | Een kort verhael, hoe de \ 
Wilden Wayganna geheeten, hun daer, als mede | onder 't ; 
Geberghte by de Baey de Todos los Sanctos onthouden en | ge- : 
neeren, voorts v^^aer mede sy omgaen ende Oorlogh voeren. | AUes | 
Figuerlijck na 't Leven afgebeelt, is seer dienstig voor de gene | die j 
na Brasilien of Farnambucque varen. | t^ Amsterdam ^ By ^ de j 
Weduwe van Gijsbert de Groot, Boeckverkoofster of den \ Nteu-\ 
wen-dijck, tusschen de twee Haerlemmer-sluysen. 17 14. | [Colo- 1 
phon :] h Eeeren-Feen, Gedrukt hy M. Olingms. \ Small 4to, pp. 1 
(8), 72. NYP. + /Amsterdam, By de Erjgenamen van de\ 
Weduwe Gysbert de Groot, \ Boekverkofers of de Nieuwen-dijck,^ 
tusschen de twee \ Haerlemmer-sluysen, Anno 1 736. | Small 4to, 
pp. (8), 72. c. 90058^ 

In the ninth line of the 1736 title, "Wayganna" is spelled "Waygauna." Title oi , 
the 1736 edition supplied by Ernest Kletsch. , • . j! 

Wegner in his notes included in the facsimile reprint, of the first edition, published;, 
in 1927, p. 23, mentions Amsterdam editions of 1706 and 1727, which we have noil 
located. It seems possible that they may be confused with the Leyden issue of 1706, ancj 
the folio reissue of the same published at about the same time and again in 1727. j 



STADEN. 



123 



FRENCH TRANSLATIONS. . 

Staden. Veritable histoire et description d'un pays habite par des 

hommes sauvages nus, feroces et anthropophages, situe dans le nou- 

veau monde nomme Amerique, inconnu dans le pays de Hesse, 

I avant et depuis la naissance de Jesus-Christ, jusqu'a I'annee derniere. 

j Hans Staden de Homberg, en Hesse, I'a connu par sa propre ex- 

1 perience et le fait connaitre actuellement par le moyen de I'impres- 

I sion. Mar hour g, chez Andre Kolben. — 1557. ^ I'ensetgne de la 

jeuille de trefie. [Paris. 1 837.] 8vo, pp. (6), 3-335. 

AAS., B.j BA., BM., C, CU., H., HEH._, M., NYP., UP., WLC, Y. 

90059 
_ Forms vol. 3 of Henri Ternaux-Compans' "Voyages, relations et memolres," that 
title page preceding the one given above. R. N. Wegner, on p. 23 of his notes at the 
end of the facsimile reprint of the first edition, Frankfurt, 1927, states that a French 
translation was printed at Cherbourg in 1559, but no copy of this edition has been 
located, either by him or by us. 

ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS. 

Staden. The Captivity of Hans Stade of Hesse, in A.D. 1547- 
11555, among the wild tribes of eastern Brazil. Translated by Albert 
ITootal, Esq., of Rio de Janeiro, and annotated by Richard F. 
I Burton. . . . London: Printed for the Hakluyt Society, m.dccc- 
iLXXiv. [Verso of title:] T. Richards, 37, Great Queen Street. 
iSvo, pp. (8),xcvi, 169, 12. 

AAS., B., BM., C, CU., H., HEH., JCB., M., NYH., NYP., Y. 90060 
Half title: "Works issued by the Halcluyt Society. ... No. LI." A bibliography, 
[prepared by C. R. Markham, forms pp. xcv-xcvi. This translation is from the first 
edition, Marpurg, 1557. Another English translation of this edition by Malcolm 
Letts was published in London in 1928, in the Broadway Travellers series, c, nyp., 
and reissued in New York in the Argonaut series in 1929, c. 
I Southey in his "History of Brazil" makes use of Staden's narrative. 

I PORTUGUESE TRANSLATION. 

I A Portuguese translation by Tristao de Alencar Araripe was published in the 
rRevista trimensal do Institute historico e geographico brazileiro," vol. 55, 1892, 
pp. 267-360. 

j Stadnitski (Pieter). Voorafgaand | Bericht, | wegens eene 
jNegotiatie, | op Landen in | America; | Door | Pieter Stadnitski. 
[Woodcut.] I Amsterdam, \ 1792. | i2mo, pp. 37. 

AAS., C, CORNELL, NYP., ONT.CO.HIST.SOC, U.AMSTERDAM. 9O061 
Written to promote the sale of the lands of the Holland Purchase in Western New 
iTork, of which the firm of Pieter Stadnitski and Son, of Amsterdam, was a principal 
(i^tockholder. See "The Holland Land Company," by P. D. Evans, in Buffalo Hist. 
boc. Pubs. 28, 1924, p. 27; "Harm Jan Huidekoper," by N. M. and Francis Tiffany, 
1904, p. 99; Winsor, vol. 7, p. 533. For other promotion literature of this company, 
•ee Bndel (L.), no. 7802, vol. 2, and Van Pradelles. 






nxi, 



124 STADT. 

Die Stadt New- York und Umgebung. Herausgegeben von J. H. 
Kleefisch. New-York. Verlag von J, H. Kleefisch, 14 1 Grand- 
Street, nahe Broadway. 1858. [Colophon:] Druck der New- 
Yorker Abendzeitungy 37 Chatham-Str. l6mo, pp. 56. 12 plates 
and folded map, interspersed with leaves of advertisements, at the 
end. NYP. 90062 

Staehlin [von Storcksburg] (J[acob]). An | Account | 
of the I New Northern | Archipelago, | lately discovered | by the 
Russians | in the | Seas of Kamtschatka and Anadir. | By Mr. J. 
von Stjehlin, | Secretary to the Imperial Academy of Sciences at St. 
Petersburg, | and Member of the Royal Society of London. | Trans- 
lated from the German Original. | London: | Printed for C, Hey- 
dinger, in the Strand. \ M. DCC. LXXiv. | 8vo, pp. xx, 1 18, advertise- 
ments ii. Folded map. 

BM., C, H,, HEH., JCB., M., NYH., NYP., Y. 90063 

Some copies were issued with a vignette on the title, c, y. 

Translated by C. Heydinger, and revised by Matthew Maty. 

The "Account" occupies the first 20 pages. Pp. 21—39 have the following half- 
title: "Extract | of the | Report | made to the | Directing Senate, | from the | Chan- 
ceries of the Government of Ir- | kuzk, Kamtschatka & Bolscherezk; | shewing | What 
Islands have been discovered by the | Promyschleniki, or Commercial Com- | pany, 
on their Trading Voyage beyond | Kamtschatka; what People inhabit those | Islands 
and what Animals and Pro- | ductions were found there. | " Then follows Le Roy's 
story of the shipwreck, pp. 41— 118, with the half-title: "A | Narrative | of the 
singular | Adventures | of | Four Russian Sailors, | Who were cast away on the 
desert | Island of East-Spitzbergen. | Together with | Some Observations on the 
Productions | of that Island, &c. | By Mr. P. L. Le Roy, | Professor of History, and 
Member of the Imperial | Academy of Sciences at St. Petersburg. | Translated from 
the German Original, | At the desire of several Members of the | Royal Society. | " 
For other English, French and Dutch editions of this last narrative, see Le Roy 
(P. L.), nos. 40145 and 40146, vol. lo, and Spitzbergen, nos. 89543—89545, vol. 23. 

Staelin von Storcksburg. Das | von den Russen | in den 
Jahren 1765, 66, 67 | entdekte | nordliche | Insel-Meer, | zwischen| 
Kamtschatka und Nordamerika, | beschrieben | von | Herrn von 
Stahlin, | Russisch-Kaiserlichen Etats-Rath, | nebst | einer Land- 
charte, | worinnen | diese vorher unbekannte Welt-Gegend | 
verzeichnet ist. | Stuttgart, | bey Christofh Friedrich Cotta, | Hoj- 
und Canzley-Buchdrucker, ijji. \ i2mo, pp. (6), blank leaf, 40. 
Folded map. BM., H., jCB. 90064 

Title supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. 

Stampfli ([Jakob]). Expose de M. Stasmpfli. Le "Florida." 
[Geneva^ 1872.] Folio, pp. 6. H. 90065 

Caption title. This and the following reports prepared in connection with the work 
of the Mixed Commission on the Alabama Claims. 



STAMPFLI. 125 

Stampfli. II. Expose de M. Stasmpfli. IV. L' "Alabama." 
[Geneva? 1872.] Folio, pp. 7. H. 90066 

Stampfli. Expose de M. Stxmpfli relativement aux croisseurs 
le "Sumter", le "Retribution" et le "Shenandoah". [Geneva? 
1872.] Folio, pp. 13. H. 90067 

Staff Officer, fseud. With General Sheridan in Lee's Last 
Campaign. By a Staff Officer. Phlladelfhia: J. B. Ltffincott £if 
Co. 1866. i2mo, pp. (2), 235, (3). Frontispiece portrait and 
folded map. c, Y. 90068 

Attributed in Gushing to Lieut. Col. Frederic C. NewhalL Title supplied by Anne 
S. Pratt. 

Staff Surgeon, fseud. Trifles from my Portfolio. See [Henry 
(Walter)], no. 31416, vol. 8. Y. 

The Staff Surgeon : or, Life in England and Canada. By E. S. T. 
In one volume. London: Saunders, Otley, and Co., 66, Brook 
Street, W. 1 865. . . . [Verso of title:] W. S. Johnson, 60, St. 
Martin's Lane, Charing Cross, W. C. 8vo, pp. vii, 3 1 1. 

BM., NYH. 90069 

Stafford (Cornelius William). Baltimore Directory for 1802. 
See note on no. 2998, vol. I. BM., C. 

Stafford. Philadelphia Directory. See no. 61605, vol. 14. 

Issues of Stafford's Philadelphia directories have been located as follows: 1797, 

AAS., C, Y.; 1798, AAS., C, Y. j 1799, C, Y.; I 8oO, C, Y. j 180I, AAS., C, Y. 

Stafford (Edward). Medical Directions written for Governor 
Winthrop by Ed: Stafford, of London, in 1643. With notes, by 
O. W. Holmes, m.d. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Massa- 
chusetts Historical Society. Boston: Printed by John Wilson and 
Son, 22, School Street. 1862. 8vo, pp. 23. 

AAS., BA., H., HEH. 9OO7O 

Stafford (Hosea), ^5^m^. See [Strong (Nehemiah)]. 

Stafford (John Nathan, /r.). An | Almanack, | for the year I 
1799. I [i line.] I By John Nathan Stafford, Jun. | [6 lines.] | 
Printed at Litchfield, by T. Collier, and sold \ by the thousand, gross, 
dozen or single. \ [1798.] l2mo, pp. (24). aas., NYP. 9007 I 

Stafford (Joseph), mdccxxxvii. | The | Rhode-Island | Al- 
manack I For the Year, 1737. ] Wherein is contained, | [5 lines.] | 
Fitted to the Meridian of Newport, | on Rhode Island, whose 



126 STAFFORD (jOSEPh). 

Latitude North is 41 gr. | 30 m. Longitude from London, 72 grs. 
But may with- | out sensible Error, serve from New found-Land 
to I South Carohna. Tides excepted. | By Joseph Stafford. | . . . j 
New fort: Printed and sold by the Widow Franklin^ | at the Town 
School-House. 1737. I i2mo, pp. (16). RIHS. 90072 

Title supplied by Howard M. Chapin. The title page of the rihs. copy is mutilated. 

Stafford, mdccxxxviii. | The | Rhode-Island | Almanack | 
For the Year, 1738. | Wherein is contained, | [5 hues.] | Fitted to 
the Meridian of Newport, | on Rhode-Island, whose Latitude North 
is 41 gr. I 30 m. Longitude from London, 72 grs. But may with- | 
out sensible Error, serve from New found-Land to | South Carolina. 
Tides excepted. | By Joseph Stafford. | [5 lines.] | New fort: 
Printed and sold by the Widow Frankliny | at the Town School- 
House 1738 I I2mo, pp. (16). AAS.j C, RIHS. 90073 

Stafford. An | Almanack | For the Year of our Lord Christ, ] 
1739. I [12 lines.] I Calculated for the Meridian of Boston, whose 
Latitude | is 42 d. 25 m. North, and Longitude 69 d. West from | 
the Meridian of London. | [7 lines.] | By Joseph Stafford, | A Lover 
of the Truth. | Boston: Printed by T. Fleety for the Booksellers, \ 
and sold at their Shofs. 1739. | i2mo, pp. (16). 

AAS., C, HEH.j NYP., RIHS., WHS. 9OO74 

Stafford. An | Almanack | For the Year of our Lord, | 1 740. | 
[12 lines.] I Calculated for the Meridian of Boston, whose Lati- 
tude I is 42 d. 25 m. North, and Longitude 69 d. West from | the 
Meridian of London. | [7 lines.] | By Joseph Stafford, | A Lover of 
the Truth. | Boston: Printed by T. Fleet, for the Booksellers, and \ 
sold at their Shofs. 1740. | i2mo, pp. ( 16). aas., c, RIHS. 90075 

Stafford. An | Almanack | For the Year of our Lord, | 1 744. | 
[12 lines.] I Calculated for the Meridian of Boston, whose Latitude 
is I 42d. 25m. North, and Longitude 69d. 15m. West, | from the 



Meridian of London 
omy and Astrology. 



By Joseph Stafford, | A Student in Astron- 
B OS ton: Printed by Green, Bushell, and 

Allen, I for the Booksellers. 1 744. | Price nine Pence single, and six 

Shillings a Dozen. \ i2mo, pp. (16). 

AAS., C, M., NYP., RIHS. 9OO76 
Evans also lists issues for 1741— 1743, and i745' 

[Stafford (Marshall P.)]. A Life of James Fisk, Jr., being a 
full and accurate narrative of all the enterprises in which he has been 



STAFFORD (m. P.). 127 

engaged. l>^ew York: Polhemus (^ Pear soUy Printers, ll^ Fulton 
Street. 1 87 1 . 1 2mo, pp. 300. Frontispiece and 4 portraits. 

For an 1868 edition, see Fisk (J.), no. 24525, vol. 6. AAS.j C, NYP. 9007 7 

Stafford. The Life of James Fisk, Jr., a Full and Accurate 
Narrative of his Career, his great Enterprises, and his Assassination. 
By Marshall P. Stafford. Published by the author. New York: 
Polhemus ^ Pearson, Printers, 114 Fulton Street, 1 872. l2mo, 
pp. 325, appendix xvi. Frontispiece and 5 portraits. 

BM., C, H._, M., NYH., Y. 9OO78 

Stafford (Ward). New Missionary Field: a Report to the 
Female Missionary Society for the Poor of the City of New-York, 
and its Vicinity, at their Quarterly Prayer Meeting, March, 18 17! 
By Ward Stafford, a.m. New-York: Printed by J. Seymour, 
^() John-Street. 1817. 8vo,pp. 55. AAS., B., BM., nyp. + Second 
Edition. New-York: Printed by Clayton and Kingsland, 15 Cedar- 
Street. 1817. 8vo,pp. 55. AAS., CU., M., NYH., UTS., Y. 90079 
In Dexter's "Biographical Sketches of the Graduates of Yale College," vol. 6, 1912, 
pp. 496-499, is an account of the author in which the above is called an epoch-making 
report in the history of city missions. Improved title of no. 54274, vol. 13. 

Stafford & Ward. Memorial to the Senate and House of 
Representatives, or The History of the Stafford Projectiles in con- 
nection with the government and its officials. By Stafford & Ward. 
Washington, D. C: Philf & Solomons, army stationers. 1864. 
8vo, pp. 87. HEH. 90080 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

Stafford Western Emigration Company. Constitution and 
By-laws, of the Stafford Western Emigration Company. Palmer 
[Mass.'] : Fisk &' Gof, Printers. 1855. 8vo, pp. 1 1. 

C, NYP. 90081 

The Stage, Canal, and Steamboat Register, etc. etc. for 183 1. 
Utica: Printed and Published by William Williams, No. 60, Gene- 
see street. [1830.?] 24mo,pp. 16. Foldedmap. b., y. 90082 

Map dated 1830. On front leather cover: Williams' Map of New York. 

. . . The Stage-Coach. Founded on Fact. Second Edition. Bos- 
ton: Published by Whifple & Damrell, No. 9 Cornhill. New 
York: — Sco field & Voorhies, No. 118 Nassau Street. 1838. l8mo, 
pp. 288. AAS. -f- Fourth Edition. [Same imprint, date and colla- 
tion.] c, NYP. + Seventh Thousand. [Same imprint and colla- 
tion.] 1840. H. + Ninth Thousand. Boston: Published by 



128 STAGE REGISTER. 

William S. Damrell, No. 1 1 Cornhill. 1843. l8mo, pp. (2), 288. 

H. 90083 

At head of title of second edition, Number Sixteen. 

The H. copy of the 1840 edition has a presentation inscription by the author, Lucius 
M. Sargent. 

The edition of 1843 has a series title, "The Temperance Tales. Vol. V." For vari- 
ous editions of the "Temperance Tales," see [Sargent], no. 77025, vol. 18. 

. . . Stage Register. Boston, Mass. September 6, 1825. No. II, 
The Stage Register, is published once in two months by Badger & 
Porter, No. 72 Market-street, (corner of Market and Cour[t] 
streets) and being connected with the American Traveller, will in 
no case be issued separate from it. . . . \^Boston. 1825.] 8vo, pp. 16. 

AAS., BA. 90084 

Caption title, with heading: "Supplement to the American Traveller." Cover title: 
Badger & Porter's Stage Register; containing a full account of the principal lines of 
Stages, Steamboats and Canal Packets, in the New England States and the State of 
New-York: their hours of departure and arrival — towns through which they pass — 
proprietors' names — fare — distance of routes, &c. No. II. Boston: Jonathan Par- 
fnenter, printer. 1 825. 

Apparently the first number of the Stage Register was issued in a larger size, as 
there is a statement in the "American Traveller" for September 6, mentioning the 
more convenient form of the new number of the Register. 

The best set we have located is at ba. and is complete up to vol. 7, no. 6, May, 1832. 
M. has the latest no. located, vol. 10, no. 5, March, 1835. 

Improved title of no. 2707, vol. i. 

Stagg (Abraham). Biographical Sketches of the Fifty-sixth Ohio 
House of Representatives, convened January 4th, 1864. By Abra- 
ham Stagg. Columbus: Glenn & Heide. 1865. 1 6 mo, pp. 132. 

Title from Thomson's "Bibliography of the State of Ohio," 1880. 9O085 

Stagg. Biographical Sketches of the Fifty-sixth Ohio Senate, 
convened January 4th, 1864. By Abraham Stagg. . . . Columbus: 
Colum-bus Gazette Steam. Press. 1864. l6mo, pp. 75. 

M., WHS., Y. 90086 

Stagg (Edward). Poems. By Edward Stagg. Saint Louis, 
Mo.: Published by Keith &' Woods; New-York: A. S. Barnes 
and Co. 1852. [Verso of title:] /. F. Trow, Printer, 49 Ann- 
street. I2mo, pp. 262. BM., BU., C, CU., NYH., UTEX., Y. 90087 

According to the preface, "Most of the 'Earlier Poems' were written from twelve 
to fifteen years ago, and appeared over the initial 'S.' in the Commercial Bulletin, a 
newspaper then published in this city." 

Stagio Dati (Leonardo di). La Sfera hbri quattro in ottava 
rima scritti nel secolo XIV da F. Leonardo di Stagio Dati deU' 
ordine de' Predicatori, aggiuntavi La Nuova Sfera pure in ottava 
rima di F. Gio. M. Tolosani da Colle dell' istess' ordine Domeni- 



STAHL. 129 

cano escita gia in luce in Firenze nel 15146 L' America di Raffaello 
Gualterotti premessevi le notizie di essi scrittori e di raggio fioren- 
tino non meno che di altri astronomi toscani. Firenze Presso Molint 
MDCCCLix. 8vo, pp. xxiii, (i), 72, (4). Y. 90088 

Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. The first two poems mentioned in the title were 
first published in 1480 and 1514, respectively. For the first edition of "L'America," 
see Gualterotti (R.)> no. 29050, vol. 7. 

^TAni^^fseud. See [Wharton (George M.)] 

Stahle (William). The Description of the Borough of Read- 
ing: containing its Population, Institutions, Trade, Manufactures 
. . . with a Notice of its First Settlement and many curious Histori- 
cal Matters. By Major William Stahle. Reading: Published by the 
author. 1 84 1. [Verso of title:] Knabb i^ BoyeryPrinters. i2mo, 

pp. 68. BA., C, H., HEH., NYH., WHS. 9O089 

Stahr (Adolf Wilhelm Theodor). Christian Rubens: Colum- 
bus im Augenblicke der Entdeckung der neuen Welt. Bruchstiick 
aus einem Reisejournal . . . Oldenburg. 1844. ^^<^5 PP- ^5- 

BM. 90090 

Stainforth (F[rancis] J[ohn] ). Catalogue of the Extraordi- 
nary Library . . . formed by the late Rev. F. J. Stainforth, consist- 
ing entirely of works of British & American Poetesses, and Female 
Dramatic Writers . . . Which will be sold by auction, by Messrs. 
Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge ... on Monday, the ist of July, 
1867, and five following days . . . Printed by J . Davy ^ Sons, 137, 
Long Acre. [London. 1867.] 8vo, pp. (4), 166. C.,nyp. 90091 

Stair (John [Dalrymple] ), ^th earl of. Address to, | and 
Expostulation with, | the Public. | By John Earl of Stair. | . . . 
London: | Printed for John Stockdale^in Piccadilly. \ MDCCLXXXIV. 
I 8vo, pp. (4), 48. BM., NYP., WLC. + The Second Edition. 
[Same imprint, date and collation.] BM., nyp., wlc. 90092 

A few of the following titles were entered previously under Dalrymple (John), 
where they are listed wrongly with the works of John Dalrymple, 4th baronet of 
Cranstoun. 

Stair. An Address to the Public, on the present Peace, by John 
Earl of Stair. [London. J.Stockdale. 1783.] 8vo, pp. 4, (4). 

BM., NYP. 90093 

Caption title. Dated on p. 4: "Dover-Street, Feb. 3, 1783." Most of p. 4 and the 
two final unnumbered leaves contain advertisements of "New Books printed for J. 
Stockdale." 



130 STAIR (j. D.). 

Stair. An Attempt to balance the Income and Expenditures of 
the State. 1783. See note on no. 18348, vol. 5, where it is entered 
as by Sir John Dalrymple. nyp., wlc. 90094 

Also: Second Edition, London, 1783. nyp. 

Stair. The | Claims of the Public | on the | Minister, | and the | 
servants of the public, | stated. | By John Earl of Stair. | . . . | Lon- 
don: I Printed for John Stockdale, | opposite | Burlington-H ouse, 
Piccadilly. | M DCC Lxxxv. | (Price one shilling.) | Entered at 
Stationers-Hall. \ 8vo, pp. 32. BM., wi.c. 90095 

Contains some references to the American war. Title and information supplied by 
Randolph G. Adams. 

Stair. Comparative state | of the | public revenues, | for the | 
years ended loth October 1 783, | and loth October 1784. | By 
John Earl of Stair. | London: | Printed for John Stockdale, oppo- 
site I Burlington-House , Piccadilly. | MDCCLXXXV. | (Price six- 
pence.) I Entered at Stationer' s-H all. | 8vo, pp. 1 1. 

BM., CAN.ARCH., WLC. 9OO96 

Title supplied by Randolph G. Adams. Refers to the production of new taxes con- 
sequent upon the American War. 

[Stair.] Considerations | preliminary, | to the | Fixing the 
Supplies, the Ways and Means, | and | The Taxes for the Year 



. . . I Lon- 
Burlington 



1 78 1. I Addressed | To the Minister and the Public. 
don. I Printed for J. Almon and J. Debretty opposite 
House^ Piccadilly J | 1 78 1. | 8vo, pp. (4), 36. 

BM., NYP., WLC, Y. 9OO97 
Contains frequent references to America. Attributed to the fifth earl of Stair. 
Improved title of no. 16018, vol. 4. 

Stair. Facts | and their | Consequences, | submitted to the | 
Consideration | of the | Public at Large ; | but more particularly to 
that I of the | Finance Minister, | and of those who are or mean 
to I become creditors to the state. | By John Earl of Stair. ] . . . 
London: | Printed for J. Stockdale, opposite Burlington House, 
Piccadilly. 1 782. Price is. \ 8vo, pp. 38. BM., WLC. + The Sec- i 
ond Edition. | [Same imprint, date and collation.] nyp., wlc. + j 
The Third Edition. I [Same imprint, date and collation.] bm., nyp., j 
WLC, y. + The Fourth Edition. | [Same imprint and date.] 8vo, 
pp. 45, (i). bm., NYP., WLC, Y. 90098 

Title of the first edition supplied by Randolph G. Adams. Pp. 39-4S in the fourth 
edition contain a "Postscript." I 

Stair. The proper | limits | of the | government's interference i 
with the affairs | of the East-India Company, | attempted to be i 



STAIR (j. D.). 131 

assigned. | With some few | reflections | extorted by, and on, the 
distracted state of the times. | By John, Earl of Stair. | . . . | The 
third edition. | London: | Printed for J. Stockdale, | opposite Bur- 
lington-House, Piccadilly. | mdcc lxxxiv. | Entered at Stationers 
Hall. I 8vo, pp. (2), 5-28. BM., WLC. + Second Edition. Lon- 
don. 1784. 4to. BM. 90099 

Title supplied by Randolph G. Adams. Includes references to the results of the 
American war. 

Stair. The | State | of the | National Debt, | the | National In- 
come, I and the | National Expenditure. | With | some short infer- 
ences and reflections applicable to the present | dangerous crisis. | 
By John earl of Stair. | . . . | London: | Printed for J. Almon, op- 
posite Burlington-House, Piccadilly. | MDCCLXXVI. | (^Price one 
shilling.) I Folio, pp. II. BM., Y. -f" Second edition. London. 
1776. Folio. BM. 90100 

Title of the first edition supplied by Anne S. Pratt. For the fourth edition, see 
note on no. 18348, vol. 5. 

Stair. The | State | of the | National Debt, I the | National In- 
come, I and the | National Expenditure, | with | Some short Infer- 
ences and Reflections applicable to the | present dangerous Crisis. 
I By John, Earl of Stair. | . . • | Edinburgh: Printed for, and sold 
by, John Wood, Luckenbooths, \ m,dcc,lxxvi. | i2mo, pp. 21. 
H., WLC. + Dublin: \ Printed for Messrs. Chamberlaine, White- 
stone, Potts, Hoey, Colles, Wilson, Walker, Jenkin, Mills, Armi- 
tage, Gilbert, Hallhead, Hillary, Higly, \ and Talbot, 1 776. | 8vo, 
pp. 30. Y. 90 10 1 

Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

Stair. State | of the | Public Debts, | and of the | Annual Inter- 
est and Benefits | paid for them; | as they will stand on the 5th of 
January, 1783. | Likewise, | as they will stand (if the War contin- 
ues) on the I 5th of January, 1784. | To which the j Attention of 
the Public is humbly requested, | before they decide as to peace or 
war. I Together with some | Thoughts on the Extent to which the 
State I may be Benefited by Oeconomy; | and a few | Reflections 
on the Conduct and Merit of the | Parties contending for Power. | 
By John Earl of Stair. [ . . . | Third Edition. | London: | Printed 
for J. Stockdale, opposite Burlington-House, | Piccadilly. 1 783. | 
{Price One Shilling.) | Entered at Stationers Hall. \ 8vo, pp. (2), 
45, ( I ). BM., c, can.arch., nyp., WLC. + Fourth Edition. | To 
which is now first added, | a postscript, | in answer to a postscript 
addressed to the Earl of Stair, | by the author of "A defence of the 



132 STAIR (nil). 

Earl of Shelburne." | [Same imprint and date.] 8vo, pp. (2), 49, 
(i). BM., c, H., WLC. + Fifth Edition. | ... | [Same imprint, 
date and collation.] BM., nyp. + Sixth Edition. | . . . | [Same 
imprint, date and collation.] bm., wlc, y. + Seventh Edition. | 
... I [Same imprint, date and collation.] c, wlc. + Dublin: 
Printed for P. Byrne^ No. 35, College-Greeny \ offosite the Statue 
oj King William. \ MDCCLXXXlii. | 8vo, pp. 31. c, nyp. 90102 

The second edition was entered previously as the work of Sir John Dalrymple, note 
following no. 18348, vol. 5. 

Titles of the fourth, sixth and seventh editions supplied by Randolph G. Adams. 

Stair (Nil). Des weitberiihmten Seelanders . . . hochstmerk- 
wiird. Reisen nach denen unbekannten Iiisuln des Oriental. Oceani 
darinnen dessen betrachtl. Schiffarth . . . Schiffbruch, elfjahr. 
Wohnung unter einer sehr verniinft. Indian. Nation, . . . Aus 
dessen eigenhand. Journal ... ins Hochdeutsche iibers. u. heraus- 
geg. Frankj.u. Leifz. 1778. Svo. 90103 

Title from the Muller catalogue, 1 872-1 875, no. 3038. 

Stake (Edward). Oration delivered on the occasion of the dec- 
oration of the graves in Antietam National Cemetery on Thursday, 
May 30, 1872, by Edward Stake, Esq., of Hagerstown, Md. [w. f. 
1872.] i2mo,pp. II. MINNHS. 90104 

Title supplied by Elsa R. Nordin. 

[Staley (Thomas Nettleship)], Bishof oj Honolulu. A Few 
Questions with respect to the Episcopal Mission to the Kingdom of 
Hawaii briefly answered. By the Bishop of Honolulu. Cambridge: 
Printed at the Riverside Press. 1 866. Svo, pp. 12. B. 90105 

[Staley.] Five Years' Church Work in the kingdom of Ha- 
waii. By the Bishop of Honolulu. Rivingtons, London, Oxford, and 
Cam-bridge. 1868. [Colophon:] London: Gilbert and Rivington, 
Printers, St. John^s Square. l2mo, pp. vi, (2), 126, (2). 8 plates, 
portrait, group of portraits, and folded map. 

B., BM., GTS., HEH., NYP., Y. 9OI06 

[Staley.] A Pastoral Address, by the Right Reverend The 
Bishop of Honolulu, dehvered in his church on New Year's Day, 
1865, in reply to certain mis-statements in a recent report of the 
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (Presby- 
terians and Congregationalists.) . . . With notes and an appendix, 
containing some animadversions on the new work of Rev. Dr. An- 



STALEY. 



133 



derson, entitled "The Hawaiian Islands." Honolulu: Printed at 
the Hawaiian Gazette Office. 1865. 8 vo, pp. (2), 68. 
A .• r ... ^^„ . .. BA., c, H., NYP., UTS. 90107 

A slip of errata is inserted following p. 68. ' 

Also: A Review of a Pastoral Address by the Right Rev. T. N. Staley, d.d., Re- 
formed Catholic Bishop of Honolulu, containing a reply to some of his charges against 
the American Protestant Mission to the Hawaiian Islands. By W. D. Alexander. 
Originally published in the Pacific Commercial Advertiser, ... Honolulu: Printed 
by H. M. Whitney. 1865. 8vo, pp. 87. bm., nvp. 

[Staley] . . . Sandwich Islands. Extracts from a journal of the 
bishop of Honolulu, September to November, 1862. London: So- 
ciety for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts. 1863. 
i6mo,pp. (2),48. c. 90108 

"(Missions to the Heathen, no. 45)." 

Stalker (Eunice). Writings of Miss Eunice Stalker, who died 
at Ipswich, September 30, 1825, aged 28 years. Ipswich: Printed 
by John H. Harris, Jr. 1829. 8vo, pp. 16. aas. 90 1 09 

[Stallenge (William)]. Instrvcti- | ons for the increasing | 
of Mulberie Trees, and the bree- | ding of Silke-wormes, for the 
making of | Silke in this Kingdome. | Whereunto is annexed his 
Maiesties | Letters to the Lords Liefetenants of the | seuerall Shieres 
of England, tending to | that purpose. | London \ Printed by E. A. 
[Ide] for Eleazar Edgar, and are to be | solde at his Shop in Paules- 
Church-yard, at the | Signe of the Windemill. \ 1609. I Small 4to, 
pp. (23). A — C in fours, bm., heh., nyp. + Newly printed. 
11609. Small 4to. BM.90110 

Preface signed, W. S. 
_ According to Brown's "Genesis," 1891, vol. 2, p. 1022, William Stallenge was 
licensed January 5, 1607, for twenty-one years to print a book called "Instructions 
for the planting and increase of Mulberry trees, breeding of Silkworms, and making 
of Silk," and on January 23, 1608, "to import mulberry seeds, and to set the same 
|in any part of the realm." 

; The second edition is located at bm. on the authority of the Short-title Catalogue, 
J1926. Another copy is included in the Sotheby Catalogue of the sale of the Earl of 
Northumberland's library, April 23-4, 1928, no. 141. 

, Copies were reproduced by photostat at the Massachusetts Historical Society from 
jthe British Museum copy, September, 1925. aas., c, heh., jcb., m., newberry, 

ISYH., NYP., WHS., WLC, Y. 

i Stallo (J[ohn] B[ernhard]). Reply to Prof. O. A. Brown- 
|5on's Lecture on Non-intervention, before the Mercantile Library 
Association of Cincinnati. A Lecture delivered in Smith & Nixon's 
Hall, Cincinnati, February 20, 1852. By J. B. Stallo. Cincinnati: 
Published for the Committee, by C. A. Morgan & Co. 1852. 
['.Verso of title:] Cincinnati: Morgan &' Overend, Printers. 8vo, 
l'P'32- B., c, M. 90111 

1 VOL. XXIII. Q 



134 STALLO. 

Stallo. State creeds and their modern apostles. A lecture deliv- 
ered in Rev. Mr. Vickers' Church, Cincinnati, on the evening of 
April 3, 1870. By John Bernhard Stallo. Cincinnati: R. Clarke 

& Co. 1872. 8vo, pp. 37. B., C, H., WHS. 9OII2 

Stambaugh (S[amuel] C). Argument by Col. S. C. Stam- 
baugh, counsel for plaintiff: delivered on the seventh November, 
1843, before the Board of Commissioners, under the Cherokee 
treaty of 1835— '36, in the case of J. K. Rogers, a Cherokee, against ', 
the United States, for spoliations committed by the state of Georgia 1 
in dispossessing him of a gold-mine. Washington: Blair and Rives, j 
Printers. 1843. 8vo, pp. 12. bm., c. 90113 I 

[Stambaugh.] A Faithful History of the Cherokee Tribe of i 
Indians, from the period of our first intercourse with them, down to ! 
the present time. The reasons and considerations which produced a i 
separation of the tribe at an early period; organizing a nation east I 
and a nation west of the Mississippi River. With a full exposition of , 
•the causes which led to their subsequent division into three parties, j 
and involved them in their present deplorable condition, and of the '' 
nature and extent of their present claims . . . Washington. Printed 

by J. E. Dow. 1846. 8vo, pp. 40. BM., C, HEH.j NYP. 9OII4 1 

Signed: S. C. Stambaugh, Amos Kendall, George W. Paschal, M. St. Clair Clarke, j 
Improved title of no. 12457, '^ol. 3. j 

[Stambaugh.] Western Cherokees. Statement and Argu- ; 
ment on their Claims arising under Treaties of 1835— '46. [Wash- i 
ington. 1848.] 8vo, pp. 10. ba., heh., 90115 1 

Caption title. Statement dated at beginning, Washington, February 22, 1847; signed 1 
on p. 10 by "S. C. Stambaugh, Amos Kendall, On behalf of 'Western Cherokees;'" j 
and submitted to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, February 24, 1847. At the I 
end are "Suggestions to accompany the Communication . . ." signed by the same, | 
and dated May 16, 1848. See also, no. 12477, 'vl' 3- i 

Stamer (W[illiam]). The Gentleman Emigrant: his daily | 
life, sports, and pastimes in Canada, Australia, and the United j 
States. By W. Stamer, author of "Recollections of a life of adven- j 
ture," etc. ... In two volumes. . . . London: Tinsley Brothers, 8, i 
Catherine Street, Strand. 1 874. . . . [Verso of title:] London: ^ 
Savill, Edwards and Co., Printers, Chandos Street, Covent Garden. 
2 vols., 8vo, pp. (8), 306; (6), 285, (i). 

B., ba., bm., c, h., nyh., nyp. 90 116 

Stamford, Conn. Baftist Church. Centennial Services of the ; 
Stamford Baptist Church, including the Historical Discourse, by| 
Rev. Edward Lathrop, d.d., pastor of the church. November 6, 1 



STAMFORD. 1 35 

1873. ... 1875: Stamford, Conn. [Verso of title:] Wm. W. 
Gillesfte is' Co., Printers, Stamjord, Conn. 8vo, pp. (2), 5—70. 

B., BA., HEH., NYH., NYP., Y. 9OII7 

"Semi-centennial services of the Sunday School of the Stamford Baptist Church, 
including the Historical Address, by William W. Gillespie, Esq., July 4, 1875." forms 
pp. 39-70 of the pamphlet with a separate title page. 

First Congregational Church. Manual of the Congregational 
church in the First Ecclesiastical Society in Stamford, Conn, contain- 
ing the Confession of Faith, Covenant, Catalogue of Members, His- 
torical Notices, &c. New-York: University Press. — /. F. Trow, 
frinter. 1840. i6mo, pp. 19. 90118 

Title from Wegelin's "Bibliographical Lists of Books and Pamphlets relating to, 
or printed in Stamford," in Bib. Soc. Amer. "Papers," vol. 7, nos. 1—2, 1912— 1913. 

Manual of the First Congregational Church, Stamford, Ct,, con- 
taining the Confession of Faith and Covenant, Standing Rules, a 
Catalogue of its Members, and Historical Items. 1857. New-York: 
Pettiner isf Gray, Steam Printers, 10 Sfruce St. 1 857. 1 2 mo, 
pp.39. M.,Y. 90119 

Manual No. 3, of the First Church, in Stamford, Conn. Con- 
taining an Historical Sketch, the Rules and Principles, the Creed 
and Covenant of the Church, with full lists of Officers and Mem- 
bers. 1874. Stamford: Wm.W. Gillespie & Co., Printers. 1874. 
i6mo, pp. 55, errata and additions, (i), and slip with additional 
name pasted on p. 27. b.,y. 90120 

First Presbyterian Church. First Presbyterian Church, Stam- 
ford, Conn. Covenant and Membership. Stamford: W. W. Gil- 
lespie & Co., Steam Printers. 1 869. l2mo, pp. 31. UTS. 90121 

A I Sermon | preached at | Stamford, | in | Connecticut, | upon 
the I General Thanksgiving, | December 1 8th, 1777. | Hartford: 
I Printed by Watson and Goodwin, | M. DCC. Lxxviii. | Small 8vo, 

pp. 16. CHS. 90122 

By Timothy Dwight. Title from Wegelin's "Bibliographical List," cited in note 
to no. 901 18. 

Social Reading Room-s. Catalogue and regulations of the Library 
of the Social Reading Rooms, Stamford, Conn., March, 1876. 
[Philadelphia: J . B . C handler . 1876.] 8vo, pp. 24. c. 90123 

Stamford Registration of Births, Marriages and Deaths, includ- 
ing every name, relationship, and date now found in the Stamford 
registers, from the first record down to the year 1 825. By Rev. 



136 STAMFORD. ! 

I 

E. B. Huntington, a.m. Stamford, Conn.: W. W. Gillesfie ^ | 
Co. y Printers. 1874. 8vo, pp. (6), 5-139, (l). | 

AAS., c, WHS., Y. 90124 I 

Cover title: Registration of Births, Marriages and Deaths, of Stamford Families . . . ' 

Stamford Seminary. Catalogue of the Judson circulating library j 
company of Stamford Seminary. 1872. Albany , N. Y.: J. Mun- \ 

sell. 1872. 8V0, pp. 47. B., C, MINNHS. 90125 \ 

Stamford Soldiers' Memorial, by Rev. E. B. Huntington ... I 
Stamford, Conn.: Published by the Author. 1869. [Verso of i 
title:] E. Hoyt & Co., Printers, 120 William St., N. Y. 8vo, pp. ; 

165,(1). AAS., C, NYP. 90126 

Improved title of no. 33956, vol. 8. 

Stamler (John). Dyalogus • lohannis Stamler • Augustii • | 
De Diversarum Gencium Sectis | Et Mundi Religionibus | [On 
verso of last numbered leaf:] Im-fressum- Auguste: fer Erhardum 
oglin. (ff leorgiu Nadler Cura | correctone et diligentia venerabilis 
domini W olf gangi Aittinger | fsfiteri Augusten. ac bonarum, Artium 
•zc. Magistri Colloniens^ | Anno nostre salutis .1.50. ^ .8- die .zz. 
mensis May. %c. [i.e., 1508]. | Folio, 3 unnumbered leaves, leaves 
numbered ii— xxxii, index 2 unnumbered leaves, the verso of the 
last blank, a-f in sixes, bm., c, heh., JCB., newberry, nyp. 90127 

We have not attempted to reproduce exactly all the archaic symbols for abbrevia- 
tions. 

A dramatic composition relating to the religions of the Tartars, Saracens, Turks, 
Jews and others, and their confutation. The American interest is found on the verso 
of the third leaf, in a letter from Stamler to Joseph Lorcher, dated, "13. klas lunii 
Anno. 6. " which is translated by Harrisse as follows: "I do not make any mention 
of the newly discovered islands, but of Christopher Colom, the discoverer of a world, 
and of Albericus Vespucius: On the discovery of the new world (to whom our age is 
chiefly indebted) behold what treatise I send you." See Harrisse, b. a. v., no. 51. 

The elaborate woodcut title page was engraved by Hans Burgkmaier, and is re- 
peated on the reverse of the leaf. Reduced facsimiles are found in the Church Catalogue, 
no. 26, and in Maggs' "Bibllotheca Americana," pt. 1, 1922, no. 22. 

Stamler. Dialogo | Di Giovanni | Stamlerno Au | gustense de 
le sette diuerse | genti, e de le religio- | ni del mondo. | [Colophon:] 
Stamfata in Vinegia fer Giouanni Pa- \ douano, del rnese di Feh- 
raro. \ [1508.] 8vo, pp. (8), 151. * in four, A-T in fours. 

bm., nyp. 90128 

An Italian translation of the preceding. The title as reproduced by Harrisse gives 
no hyphen after "Pa" in the first line of the colophon, and has "Febrairo" in the date. 

Stamm (Anton). Erstes Lesebuch, enthaltend den sinnlichen 
und sittlichen Anschauungsunterricht fiir die Mittelklassen der 



STAMM. i^y 

deutschen Schulen Nord-Amerika's. Bearbeitet von Anton Stamm 
... [13. auflage.] St. Louis, Mo.: F. Saler. [1869.] i2mo, pp. 
^32> (3)- c. 90129 

Cover dated 1869. 

Stamm (Aug[ust] Theod[or]). Deutschlands Weltberuf . Von 
Aug. Theod. Stamm, Med. & Phil. Dr., Verfasser der "Religion 
der That" . . . Zurich, Schabelitz'sche Buchandlung. 1 86 1 . 1 6 mo, 
pp. (8), 1 1 1, advertisement (i). BM., nyp. 90130 

THE STAMP ACT. 
Most works relating to the Stamp Act are entered under their authors, or if anony- 
mous, under title. Only a few new, or improved titles are given here. We take this 
opportunity to list titles of editions of the act, itself, not previously entered under 
title, our no. 1606, vol. i. These are arranged alphabetically according to the place 
ot printing, and are followed by the anonymous entries. 

Anno Regni | Georgii III. | Regis | Magnae Britanniae, Franciae 
& Hiberniae, | Quinto. | At the Parliament begun and holden at 
Westminster, the Nine- | teenth Day of May, Anno Dom. 1761, 
in the First Year of | the Reign of Our Sovereign Lord George the 
Third I by the Grace of God, of Great Britain, France, and Ire- 
land, I King, Defender of the Faith, &c. | and from thence con- 
tinued by several Prorogations to the Tenth Day of | January, 1 765, 
being the Fourth Session of the Twelfth Parliament of \ Great 
Britain. | London: \ Printed by Mark Baskett, PAnter to the King's 
Most Excellent Majesty; \ and by the Assigns of Robert Baskett, 
1765. I Maryland: \ Re-frinted by Jonas Green, Printer to the 
Province; \ and to be sold at his Printing-Ofeice [sic], in Annaf- 

oltS. I [1765.] Folio, pp. (2), 15, (l). MDHS., MD.DIOC.L. 9OI3I 
Title from Wroth's "History of Printing in Colonial Maryland," 1922, p. 226. 

Anno Regni | Georgii III. | Regis | Magna Britannia, Francia, 
& Hibernia, | Quinto. | At the Parliament begun and holden at 
Westminster, | the Nineteenth Day of May, Anno Dom. 176 1, I 
in the First Year of the Reign of our Sovereign | Lord George the 
Third, by the Grace of God, | of Great Britain, France, and Ire- 
land, King, I Defender of the Faith, &c. | And from thence con- 
tinued by several Prorogations to the Tenth | Day of January, 1 765 
being the Fourth Session of the Twelfth | Parliament of Great 
Britain. | London Printed: \ Boston, N. E. \ Re-frinted and Sold 
hy Edes ^ Gill, in Queen- \ Street. 1765. | Folio, pp. 24. 

NYP. 90132 

Heading on p. 3: "... An Act for granting and applying certain Stamp Duties, 

|ncl other Duties, in the British Colonies and Plantations in America, towards further 

.letray.ng the Expences of defending, protecting, and securing the same; and for 



138 STAMP ACT. 

amending such Parts of the several Acts of Parliament relating to the Trade and 
Revenues of the said Colonies and Plantations, as direct the Manner of determining 
and recovering the Penalties and Forfeitures therein mentioned." 

Anno Regni | Georgii III. | Regis | Magnze Britannis, Francise, 
& Hiberni'je, | Quinto. | At the Parliament begun and holden at 
West- I minster, the Nineteenth Day of May, Anno | Dom. 1 76 1, 
in the First Year of the Reign | of our Sovereign Lord George the | 
Third, by the Grace of God, of Great | Britain, France, and Ireland, 
King, Defen- | der of the Faith, &c. | And from thence continued 
by several Prorogations to the Tenth | Day of January, 1 765, being 
the Fourth Session of the | Twelfth Parliament of Great Britain. | 
LondoUy Printed: | New-London: | Re-frinted by Timothy Green, 
Printer to the Governor and \ Comfany of the Colony of Connecti- 
cut. 1765. I Folio, pp. 32. NYP. 90133 

Collation supplied from Trumbull. The final leaf is lacking in the nyp. copy. 

The Stamp Act. Philadelphia: William Bradford. 1765. 90134 

Title from Hildeburn, no. 2170. 

Anno Regni | Georgii III. | Regis | Magnas Britannia, Francize, 
& Hibernige, | Quinto. | At the Parliament begun and holden at | 
Westminster, the Nineteenth Day of | May, Anno. Dom. 1761, 
in the First | Year of the Reign of our Sovereign | Lord George the 
Third, by the | Grace of God, of Great-Britain, | France, and Ire- 
land, King, Defender | of the Faith, &c. | And from thence con-j 
tinued by several Prorogations to | the Tenth Day of January, 1 765, ; 
being the Fourth | Session of the Twelfth Parliament of Great- \ 
Britain. | London: \ Printed by Mark Baskettj Printer to the King's '. 
Most I Excellent Majesty: And, re-frinted by Jam,es Parker,\ 
[Woodbridge.] \ in the Province of New-Jersey. \ [1765.] Small! 
4to, pp. 40. C, NYP. 90135: 

Parker's regular press vs^as at Woodbridge, though in order to print Samuel Smith's | 
History of New- Jersey, he had also set up a press, formerly the property of Franklin's j 
nephew, Mecom, at Burlington, in 1765. See note on our no. 83980, vol. 20. 1 

For other editions. See Anno Regni Georgi III, no. 1606, vol. i. | 

An Account of a humorous Political Print, called. The Repeal; 
which (in the Painters Phrase) may be called, A Companion to the 
Tomb-stone, a Print not long since published. | The Subject of this 
Print is the Funeral of Miss Ame — | Stamp, the favourite Child, and 
youngest Daughter, of the Honourable Mr. George Stamp, the 
well-known Gentle Shepherd. | . . . | [At foot of page:] To be had 
of Mr. Smithy at the Woolfack, No. XLV. in Long-Acre, \ near 
Drury-Lane. | *** Profer Allowance will he m.ade to Merchants 



STAMP ACT. 139 

and Caf tains who may j want large Quantities for Exportation. | 
[London. 1766.] 410 broadside. ba. 90136 

A copy of the "Political Print" is in the Emmet collection in nyp. 

Friends and Countrymen, | The critical Time is now come, 
when you are reduced to the Necessity of forming | a Resolution, 
upon a Point of the most alarming Importance that can engage the | 
Attention of Men. | [Obedience to the Stamp Act.] [Philadelphia: 
Printed by Franklin and Hall. 1765.] Folio, pp. (2). 

No title page. HSP., P. 9OI37 

Improved title of no. 20041, vol. 5, entered under the author, John Dickinson. 
For an attribution and reprint see P. L. Ford's edition of the "Writings of John 
Dickinson," 1895, vol. I, pp. 199—200. George S. Eddy, in a letter to C. S. Brigham, 
dated March 14, 1930, states that the "Franklin and Hall Work-Book [1759-1766] 
recently given to the N. Y. Public Library by Mr. Edward S. Harkness, on Dec. 10, 
1765, charges Dickinson for 'printing 2000 copies of An Address to the Inhabitants 
of Pennsylvania, £3—5—0.' " 

Liberty and Property vindicated, and | the St— pm-n burnt. | A 
Discourse | Occasionally Made | On burning the Eifige of the 
ST— PM-N. I In I New-London, | In the Colony of | Connecti- 
cut. I By a Friend to the Liberty of his Country. | Boston: Re- 
pented and Sold at the Newest | Printing-O ffice in Milk-Street. 
1765. I 8vo, pp. 15. AAS., NYP. 90138 

By Benjamin Church. Improved title of an edition listed under our no. 40938, 
vol. 10. For a 1766 edition, see [Church (B.)], no. 12981, vol. 4. 

Liberty, Property, and no Excise. | A Poem, | Compos'd on occa- 
sion of the Sight seen on the Great Trees, (so called) in | Boston, 
New-England, on the 14th of August, 1765. | [Boston. 1765.] 
Small folio broadside. B. 90 1 39 

Title from a reduced facsimile included in the catalogue of a sale at the American 
Art Association, April 22, 1919, lot no. 303. "The incident on which the poem is 
founded is that of the hanging in effigy of Andrew Oliver, the newly appointed agent 
for stamped paper, to a great elm, afterwards called 'Liberty Tree.' " 

Liberty, Property and no Excise. | A | Poem | Compos'd | On 
Occasion of the Sight seen on the Great | Trees, (so-called) in Bos- 
ton, New-Eng- | land, on the 14th of August, 1765. | [Boston:'] 
Printed in the year^ 1 765. {Price 6 Cof.) 8vo, pp. 8. BU. 90140 
Title from Wegelin. 



A I New Song, 
worthy Old Lyon 



On the Repeal of the Stamp-Act, Tune, | A late 
[n. f. 1766.] Narrow folio broadside, p. 90141 



Stamp Duties. | [At foot of sheet:] Printed by Barber ^ South- 
wicky and sold at their Book-storey in Court Street, two doors north 



140 STAMP ACT CONGRESS. 

of the City-Hally | Albany. — Price 6d. single — 4^. a dozen. I 
[1798?] Folio broadside. M., nyp. 90142 

On the verso of the nyp. copy is an apparently contemporary ms. note: "Stamp 
Duties. 1798." 

Stamp Act Congress. Journal of the First Congress of the 
American Colonies. See Congress, no. 15 54 1, vol. 4. 

B., c, HEH., NYP., and Y. have copies of the 1845 issue. 

Stanard (Robert C). Virginia Navy Commutation Claims. 
Opinion of Robert C. Stanard, Esq. [». ^. 1849.] 8vo, pp. 12. 

Caption title. AAS. 9OI42A 

Stanbery (Henry). The Ballot and the Bullet. Hov^^ to save 
the nation. Address of Henry Stanbury, Esq. delivered in Newport, 
Kentucky, Saturday Evening, Sept. 17, 1864. Cincinnati: Ga- 
zette Co. Steam Printing House, Corner Fourth and Vine Sts. 

1864. 8vo, pp. 8. C, H., M., NYH., Y. 90143 

Stanbery. Impeachment of the President of the United States. 
Closing Argument of Hon. Henry Stanbery for the Defence. 
Washington: Gibson Brothers, Printers. 1 868. 8vo, cover title 
and pp. 55. HEH. 90144 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

Stanbery. ... In the Supreme Court of Ohio. The Cincinnati 
Southern Railroad. Argument of Henry Stanbery, in favor of the 
Constitutionality of the Act providing for the Railway. [At head of 
title:] Robert Clarke &" Co., Printers, 65 West Fourth Street, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. [n. d.^ 8vo, cover title and pp. 23. M. 90145 

Caption title on p. 1: [Imprint as on cover title.] In the Supreme Court of Ohio. 
The City Solicitor vs. The City of Cincinnati, the City Auditor, and William Hooper, 
Miles Greenwood, Richard M. Bishop, Philip Heidelbach, and Edward A. Ferguson, 
Trustees of the Cincinnati Southern Railway. Argument of Henry Stanbery. 

Stanbery. Opinion of Attorney General Stanbery, under the 
Reconstruction Laws, defining the powers of the military com- 
manders, and furnishing a general summary of the duties of the 
board in the matter of registration, and in the matter of superin- 
tending the elections, and as to the qualifications and disqualifica- 
tions of persons applying for registration. Washington: Government 
Printing Ofice. 1867. 8vo, pp. 18. p. 90146 

Listed in "Triibner's American and Oriental Literary Record" for August I, 1867, 
p. 47, where the collation is given as pp. 19. The p. copy does not appear to be 
incomplete, so there may have been two issues. 



STANCLIFF. I4I 

Stancliff (John). An Account of the putrid | Murrinitish 
Plague, I Lately-broke out in the city of Philadelphia; | With the 
Causes and Symptoms. | Also, | The Manner of treating the in- 
fected; I With an infallible Cure. | Humbly offered to the Public, | 
By John StandiS. \ [Philade If hia. 1787.] i6mo, pp. 8. 

JCB. 90147 

Caption title. A religious tract directed against antinomianism, not a medical 
treatise. Information supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. For another pamphlet in the 
controversy, see below, Letter to Mr. James Moore. 

Stancliff. An | Account | of the | Trial | of | Doctor Joseph 
Priestley, | For the horrid Crime of High-Treason | against the | 
King of Heaven and Earth, | and Supreme Governor of | the 
United States of | North- America. | (Delivered under the Simili- 
tude of a Dream) I By John Stancliff, Minister of the Gospel. | 
... I Philadelfhia: \ Printed by Charles Cist, in Arch-Street, \ the 
North-east Corner oj Fourth-Street. \ M.DCC.LXXXiv. | 8vo, pp. 24. 

Title from Hildeburn. C, HSP. 9OI48 

Stancliff. A Letter to Mr. James Moore in Answer to his 
letter containing some Remarks on a late piece, entituled An Ac- 
count of the Murrinitish Plague. Philadelfhia. [1788?] 8vo. 

90149 

Title from the Pennypacker Catalogue, pt. 3, 1906, no. 645. A reply to James 
Moore's "Letter to Mr. John Stancliff," 1788, which according to Evans, was adver- 
tised and probably published in 1787. 

Stancliff. The | Riddle | of | Riddles unriddled. A | Ser- 
mon I preached in | Philadelphia, July the 15th, 1784. By John 
Stancliff, | Minister of the gospel. | Philadelfhia: Printed for the 
author. \ 1784. | 8vo, pp. 27. C. 90150 

Title from Hildeburn. 

Stancliff. A Sermon on the Death of General George Wash- 
ington, delivered at Cape May, on the 22d of February 1800. By 
John Stancliff. Printed by S. C. U stick, Mount-Holly. [N. /.] 
1800. i2mo, pp. 23. nyp. 90151 

The Stand. ... By a Society of Young Men. . . . Hartford. 1820. 
i6mo, pp. (2), 74. BA. 90152 

In seven numbers, dated from December 21, 1819, to August 14, 1820. ba. has 
the second edition of no. i, and lacks no. 6. At the end of no. 7, "Finis." The num- 
bers are in plain paper wrappers, except that the front cover of no. 5 has the follow- 
ing note: " t^" Whereas, by report, several Booksellers have had the credit for pub- 
lishing the Stand, we state for the information of the Public, that no Bookseller ever did 
or ever shall publish it." Includes humorous pieces in prose and verse intended to 
counteract the spirit of chivalry and to check vanity and ambition in women. 



142 STAND BY THE FLAG. 

"Stand by the Flag!" A Patriotic Sketch, by the author of 
"Wanted, a Male Cook," "We're all Teetotalers here," . . . Boston: 
Lee 6f Shefard, 149 Washington Street; Wm. V. Sfencer, 203 
Washington Street. 1865. i6mo, pp. 15. aas. [Same imprint and 
collation.] 1868. H. 90153 

By George Melville Baker. 

. . . The Standard. A Journal of Reform and Literature. Pub- 
lished Monthly. May, 1870. Contents. ... New-York: 696 
Broadway. Boston: New-England News Co. Philadelphia: Por- 
ter & Coates. London: Trubner & Co. . . . Dealers Supplied by 
the American News Company. . . . 8vo, cover title and pp. 66. 

aas. 90154 

With heading: "New Series. Vol. i., No. i." Continued under this title through 
no. 3, July, 1870. According to the Union List of Serials, this periodical succeeded 
the "National Anti-slavery Standard," published from 1840 to April, 1870. It was 
continued through December, 1872, under the title, "National Standard." 

The Standard of Liberty. See [Brackenridge (Hugh Henry)], 

no. 7192, vol. 2. C, NYP. 

Standefer (James). Circular of James Standefer, to his Con- 
stituents of the Third Congressional District of Tennessee, com- 
posed of the Counties of Campbell, Anderson, Morgan, Roan, 
Monroe, McMinn, Rhea, Hamilton, Bledsoe and Marion. Wash- 
ington: Printed at the office of Jonathan Elliot, 1 83 1. 8vo, pp. 7. 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. C. 9OI55 

Standefer. Speech of Mr. Standefer of Tennessee, on the Bill 
proposing to construct a National Road from Buffalo to New Or- 
leans. Delivered in the House of Representatives of the United 
States, March 25, 1830. Washington: Printed by Duff Green 
1830. 8vo, pp. 8. c. 901561 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. I 

[Standfast (Richard)]. A | Dialogue | between a | Blind-Man | 
and Death. | Boston: \ Printed and Sold at John Boyle's Printing- j 
Office in I Marlborough-Street. 1 773. | i6mo, pp. 16. I 

aas., b. 90157 I 

Standfast. A | Dialogue | between a [ Blind-Man| and | 
Death. By Richard Standfast, [ Late Minister of the Gospel in 
Bristol. London, Printed: \ Boston; Re-printed, {at the earnest \ \ 
Request of a Number of well-disposed \ Christians) by E. Russell, \ 
next Li- \ berty-Stump, for J. Plumer, Trader, \ in Newbury.] 



STANDFAST. 143 

(Price Six Pence single.) \ May be had. The Tragedy of Louis \ 
Cafet, and sundry other New Pieces. \ [i793-] | i6mo, pp. 1 6. 

BU., JOHN HAY LIB. 9OI58 

Standfast. A Dialogue between a Blind-Man and Death. By 
Richard Standfast, late minister of the Gospel in Bristol. London; 
Printed: Boston: Re-frinted, {at the earnest request of a number 
of well disfosed christians) by E. Russell, next Liberty-Stump, for 
T. Grant, of Chelmsford; 1 793. 1 6 mo, pp. 16. + Windsor? 
Printed by Alden Sfooner? 1794? + [Colophon:] Printed and 
sold at the Printing-Office, Fair haven, [ Vt.^ at the earnest request 
of a number of Christian Friends, for the good of precious and im,- 
mortal souls; And sold very low, wholesale or retail, by the Travel- 
ling Booksellers. 1797. l6mo, pp. 8. 90159 

Title of the Boston, Chelmsjord, edition, from Evans. The following issue may be 
one of the editions printed by Russell, but it was advertised for sale in "Spooner's 
Vermont Journal" for October 20, 1794. Information concerning the Fairhaven 
edition from a description of the Sweet copy, in the imprint catalogue at nyp. 

Standfast. A Little handful of cordial comforts for fainting 
souls: intended chiefly for the good of those that walk mournfully 
with God. Boston: Printed \^by Samuel Green] for and sold by 
Ben j. Harris. 1690. Svo. 90160 

Advertised at the end of Mather's "Companion for Communicants," 1690, printed 
by Samuel Green, for Harris, as printed for and sold by Benj. Harris. The above is 
evidently the same work as the following editions of the New-Years-Gift. An issue 
lacking its title is in the Thomas Prince collection at b. This has pp. 45, but the 
first has the signature mark a2, so that one leaf must be missing. The caption on 
p. 1 is as follows: "A Little Handful of Cordial Comforts for a Fainting Soul, 
Scattered throughout several Questions and Objections following." According to 
a MS. note by Prince, quoted in the Catalogue of the collection, 1868, "Mr. B. Green 
says — This was Print '^ at Boston by his Br. Samuel." It is probable that this is a 
copy of the edition printed for Harris. 

Standfast. A New-Years-Gift for Fainting Souls. ] Or, A 
Little Handful of | Cordial Comforts | Scattered throughout several 
Answers, | to Sixteen Questions and Objections: | As also Doubting 
Christians invited | to Christ. | Intended chiefly for the good of 
those I that walk Mournfully before God | And are worthy to be 
gathered up | and regarded of all such as wish well | to their own 
Peace. | By Richard Standfast Minister of the | Gospel in Bristol. | 
... I Boston, in N. E. Printed by T. Green, \ for Nicholas Buttolfh, 
at his Shop, at \ the Corner of Gutteridges Coffe-house, \ 1702. | 
24mo, pp. 56+. AAS., B. 90161 

AAS. copy lacks all after p. 50, and b. copy all after 56. A comparison with the 
1733 edition shows that probably two pages only are lacking in the latter. For an 
earlier edition, see preceding title and note. 



144 STANDFAST. 

Standfast. A New-Years-Gift | for | Fainting Souls, | Or a 
Little Handful of | Cordial Comforts | Scattered throughout several 
Answers, | to sixteen Questions and Objections: [ As also Doubting 
Christians invited | to Christ; | Intended chiefly for the good of 
those I that Walk Mournfully before God, | And are worthy to be 
gathered up, and | regarded of all such as wish well to | their own 
Peace. | By Richard Standfast, | Minister of the Gospel in Bristol. 
... I The Seventh Edition. | Boston: Printed &' Sold by S. Knee- 
land & T. Greeny in Queen-street. \ m.dcCjXXXIII. | i2mo, pp 

(2), 31. B. 90162 

Probably a complete collation would include a half title, the first leaf of sig. a 
lacking in the b. copy, making (4) preliminary pages. 

Standiford (Elisha D[avid] ). Freedman's Saving and Trust 
Company. Speech of Hon. Elisha D. Standiford, of Kentucky, in 
the House of Representatives, June i6, 1874. Washington: Gov- 
ernment Printing Office 1874. 8vo, pp. 5. c. 90163 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Standiford. Iron-molders' National Union. Speech of Hon. 
E. D. Standiford, of Kentucky, in favor of the Workingmen, de- 
livered in the House of Representatives, June 9, 1874. Washing- 
ton: Government Printing Offce. 1874. 8vo, pp. 6. 

c, cu. 90164 

Standiford. Texas Pacific Railroad. Speech of Hon. E. D. 
Standiford, of Kentucky, in the House of Representatives, February 
24,1875. Washington: G overnment Printing Office y 1'^']^, 8vo, 
pp. 14. C. 90165 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Standish (George). Adventures of a Baltimore Trader on the 
Coast of the Pacific. By George Standish. . . . Part I. Philadelphia: 
Printed and Published j or the Author. 1869. i2mo, pp. 87. BM., 
nyh., peab. + Philadelphia. 1870. 1 2 mo, pp. 87. 90 1 66 

On p. 87: "End of Part i." Probably no more published. Title of the 1870 editon 
from "Triibner's American and Oriental Literary Record" for March 24, p. 695. 

Standish (Miles), jun.y fseud. . . . The Times; a Poem, ad- 
dressed to the Inhabitants of New-England, and of the State of New- 
York, particularly on the subject of the present Anti-Commercial 
System of the National Administration. By Miles Standish, jun. 
Plymouth: Printed for the author. 1809. 8vo, pp. 27. 

AAS., B., BU., C, HEH., NYP., P., Y. 9O167 
With heading: "No. I." Improved title of no. 48943, vol. 12. 



STANDISH. 145 

Standish: a story of our day . . . First edition. Boston: Loring. 
1865. 8vo, pp. (6), 3-185. c. 90168 

Attributed by Gushing to Mrs. R. Hare. 

Standish Memorial Association. Myles Standish, with an 
account of the exercises of consecration of the monument ground on 
Captain's Hill, Duxbury, Aug. 17, 187 1. Prepared by Stephen M. 
Allen, Corresponding Secretary of the Standish Memorial Associa- 
tion. Boston: Alfred Mudge &' Son, Printer s, 34 School Street. 

1871. 8V0, pp. 76. 2 plates. AAS., C, NYH., NYP. 90169 

Standish Memorial. [Boston? 1871.] 4to, pp. (3). m. 90170 

The first page tells of plan to raise money for a monument on the old Standish 
Farm in Duxbury. Pp. [2—3] contain Constitution of the Standish Memorial Asso- 
ciation, and list of officers, the latter dated, Duxbury, July 4, 1 871. 

Standish Monument. Exercises at the Consecration, at Duxbury, 
August 17, 1 87 1. [Boston. 1871.] 8vo, cover title and pp. 29. 

B._, H. 90171 

Caption title on p. 1: "Standish Memorial." A preliminary publication, including 
part of the material published later in "Myles Standish, with an Account of the 
Exercises," listed above, the cover titles being the same. 

Standish Monument Association. Honor to the first commis- 
sioned military officer of the Colony. The following letters of sym- 
pathy and aid, tendered the Association for carrying out its objects 
in the erection of a proper memorial to the memory of Capt. Miles 
Standish at Duxbury, are duly appreciated and accepted. . . . [Bos- 
tons' 1874.] 8vo, pp. (4). B.,M. 90172 

Letter on p. [2] dated, Boston, Oct. 7th, 1874. 

Standish Monument on Captain's Hill, Duxbury. Charter, or- 
ganization and breaking ground. Laying corner-stone, October 7, 

1872. Under the direction of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery 
Company, by the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts, and other asso- 
ciations. Prepared by Stephen M. Allen. . . . Boston: Alfred Mudge 
<i? Son, Printers, 34 School Street. 1873. ^^^j PP* ^^• 

I CU., NYH., N YP., Y. 90 I 7 3 

! Standish Monument Association. See Standish Memorial 

! Association. 

I 

* Standish, the Puritan. See Grayson (Eldred), fseud., no. 28423, 

{vol. 7. B., C, H., NYP. 

1 

Attributed by Gushing to Robert Hare. 



146 STANFIELD. 

Stanfield (James Field). The | Guinea Voyage | A I Poem. | 
In three books. | By | James Field Stanfield. | London: ] Printed 
and Sold by James Phillifs, George-Yard, Lombard-Street. | 
M.DCC.Lxxxix. I 4to, pp. vi, 37. BM., c, NYH., P. + To which are 
added, Observations on a voyage to the coast of Africa, in a series 
of letters to T. Clarkson. £"^m^Mr^A. 1807. 8vo. bm. 90174 

Relates to slave trade. 

Stanfield. Observations | on a | Guinea Voyage. | In | a series 
of letters | addressed to | the Rev. Thomas Clarkson. | By James 
Field Stanfield, | late a mariner in the African slave trade. | Lon- 
don: I Printed by Jam.es PhillifSy George-yard, \ Lombard-street, 

1788. I l6mo, pp. (4), 36. C, NYH., NYP. 90175 

Reprinted in the 1807 edition of the Guinea Voyage, above. 

Stanford (John) . An Address and Prayer, on laying the corner 
stone of the intended wing to the Orphan House, Greenwich, New- 
York, June 10, 1822. By John Stanford. . . . 'New-York: Printed 
by Gray & Bunce, 347 Pearl-street. 1823. 8vo, pp. 8, (2). 

GTS., NYAM.j NYH., NYP. 9OI76 

Stanford. An | Address | delivered at the interment of | Mrs 
Sarah Burger, | The deceased Wife | of Mr. John Burger, Senior, | 
Who departed this Life June 10, 1793, aged 49 Years. | By the 
Rev. John Stanford, m.a. | ... | New-York: \ Printed for Mr. 
Burger — by T. and J. Swords. \ 1793. | i2mo, pp. 10. 

NYH. 90177 

Stanford. An Address, delivered in the Orphan Asylum, New- 
York, February 5, 1822, on the Conflagration of the Orphan House 
in the city of Philadelphia, on the 23d of Jan. By John Stanford. . . . 
New-York: Printed by E. Conrad, No. 4 Frankjort-st. 1 822. 

8vo, pp. II. NYH., NYP. 90178 

Stanford. An Address, delivered on request of the managers, 
to the children of the Union Sunday Schools, convened in the city 
hotel assembly room, on the first anniversary of the society, Febru- 
ary, 18 1 7. By John Stanford. . . . From the New-York Christian 
Herald. [New York? 18 17?] 8vo, pp. 4. 

Caption title. NYH., NYP., UTS.90 1 79 

Stanford. Addresses dehvered on laying the corner stone of 
the intended penitentiary, on the island in the East River, (the 
Blackwell's,) in presence of the Hon. the Mayor, and Common 1 



STANFORD (jOHn). I47 

Council, of the city of New-York; September lo, 1828. By John 
Stanford. . . . New-York: Printed by Peter Van Pelt. No. 5 
Frankjort-street. 1828. 8vo, pp. 7. cu.^ nyh., nyp. 90180 

Stanford, ^tna, a Discourse, delivered in the New-York City 
Hospital, on Lord's Day morning. May 23, 1824. Intended as a 
moral improvement of the calamity occasioned by the bursting of 
the boiler of the steam-boat yEtna; by which several lives were lost. 
And, out of nine persons brought to this hospital, three only survived. 
To which is added, some account of their last hours. By John Stan- 
ford. . . . New-York: Printed by E. Conrad, 4 Frankjort-st. 1824. 
Svo, pp. 21. Frontispiece. B., bm., h., nyh., nyp. 90181 

Stanford. The Aged Christian's Companion, containing a 
Variety of Essays, adapted to the Improvement, Consolation, and 
Encouragement of Persons advanced in Life. By the Rev. John 
Stanford. . . . With a Memoir of the Author, by the Rev. George 
Upfold, D.D. rector of Trinity Church Pittsburgh, Pa. Second 
Edition. A^^^w-Yor^: Stanford and Swordsyl'^c^, Broadway. 1849. 
[Verso of title:] Stereotyped and frlnted by John R. M'Gown, 
106 Fulton-Street, New-York. Svo, pp. xxix, 416. Frontispiece 
portrait, aas. -{- Fourth Edition. New York: Stanford and 
Swords, 637, Broadway. 1 855. Svo, pp. xxix, 435. Frontispiece 
portrait. nyp. 90182 

First published in 1829 with the title "The Aged Christian's Cabinet." bm., nyp., 
UTS. The name of the author of the memoir is omitted in the title of the fourth 
edition. 

Stanford. An Authentic Statement of the Case and Conduct 
of Rose Butler, who was tried, convicted, and executed for the 
Crime of Arson. Reviewed and approved by the Rev. John Stan- 
ford. . . . Chaplain to the Public Institutions. New-York: Printed 
and sold by Broderick and Ritter, No. 20 James-street, 1 8 1 9. Svo, 
pp. 15. nyh. 90183 

Stanford. The Brand Plucked out of the Fire. A Discourse on 
the death of George Vanderpool; with a narrative of the interesting 
circumstances which attended his life and death: delivered in the 
State-Prison Chapel, New-York, October I, 1 820, by John Stan- 
ford. . . . New-York: Printed by T. &' J. Swords, No. 1 60 Pearl- 
street. 182I. Svo, pp. 27. C, H,, NYH., NYP. 90184 

Stanford. The Christian Course. A Sermon on the Death of 
Elijah Hunter, Esq. who departed this life the 22d of December, 
1815, in the 67th year of his age. To which are added, some Me- 



148 STANFORD (jOHn). 

moirs of his Life, and of his Departed Children. Delivered to the 
Church in Mulberry-Street, by John Stanford. . . . New-York: 
Printed by J. Gray. 1817. 8vo, pp. 26. 

AAS., NYH., NYP., UTS. 90185 

Stanford. The | Christian's | Pocket Library, | by | John Stan- 
ford. M.A. I ... I New Yorky I Printed for the Editor, by T. & J. 
Swords I 1796. [-1800.] 2 vols., i2mo, engraved title page and 
pp. iv, (i), verso blank, 282, index (2); engraved title page and 
pp. 286, index (2). em., c, gts., nyh. 90186 

Originally published in numbers, six to each volume. 

Stanford. A Collection of Discourses, delivered on public oc- 
casions; together vv^ith miscellaneous pieces. By John Stanford. . . . 
New-York. [182-?.] 8vo. aas., nyh., nyp. 90187 

Consists of copies of several of the author's later pamphlets, in the original 
editions, bound together, with the above title page prefixed. 

Stanford. A | Collection | of | Hymns | for | Youth. | By John 
Stanford, m.a. | . . . | New-York: \ Printed by Thomas and James 
Swords J in \ William-Street. \ 1 792. | i6mo, pp. 23. nyh. + The 
Third Edition, with Additions. New-York: Printed by T. &" J. 
Swords, No. 160 Pearl-Street. 1806. i2mo, pp. 35. 

NYH., UTEX. 90188 

Stanford. A Collection of Tracts. By John Stanford. . . . 
New-York: Printed by John Harrisson, No. 3 Peck-Slif. 1 802. 

I2mo. NYH., UTS. 90189 

Consists of copies of original editions of several pamphlets bound together, preceded 
by the above title page. This collection contains Stanford's earlier Works, while the 
"Collection of Discourses" includes later ones. 

Stanford. Composure in Death. A Discourse, delivered in the 
Orphan Asylum, New-York, on the Death of Mrs. Sarah Hoffman, 
first directress of the institution; who departed this life, July 30, 
1 82 1, aged 79 years. To which are added, a sketch of her benevo- 
lent exertions in favour of the widow and the orphan. — Comprising 
the History of the Widows' Society, and the Orphan Asylum; to- 
gether with the last scenes of her pious life. By John Stanford. . . . 
New-York: Published for the Benefit of the Orphan Asylum, and 
Sold by T. &" J. Swords, No. 90 Pearl-Street — Bliss &' White, No. 
123 Broadway — The Methodist Book-Store, No. 5 Chatham 
Square, and at the Orfhan Asylum,, Greenwich. (E. Conrad, 
Printer, 4 Frankfort-Street.) [1821.] 8vo, pp. 47. 

AAS., B., BA,, C, GTS., H., NYH., NYP., Y. 9OI9O 



STANFORD (jOHn). I49 

; Stanford. The | Conversion of Juvenis. | A | Series of Let- 
ters, I between | a Young Man and a Minister. | By | John Stan- 
ford, M.A, I . . . I New-York: | Printed by T. and J . Swords y No. 27, 
\Willtam-Street. | 1 794. | i2mo, pp. 46. aas., nyh. 90191 

j Stanford. The | Convert Instructed | in the | Origin, Signifi- 
ication, and Advantages | of | Baptism. | To v^^hich is annexed, | an | 
Address | on the | Improvement of Baptism, | Dehvered to the 
iChurch preparatory to Communion | at the | Lord's Supper. | By 
John Stanford, m.a. | . . . | New-York: \ Printed by T. and J. 
Swords, No. 99 Pearl-street. | 1 795. | i2mo, pp. 65, verso blank, 
jh'st of subscribers ( i ) . nyh., uts. 90192 

I Stanford. The | Death [ of | Euphemia Mitchell, | improved 
'in a I Letter | to a | Young Friend. | By | John Stanford, m.a. | . . . | 
\New-York: \ Printed by Thomas and J antes Swords y No. 27, 
William Street. \ 1 792. | i2mo, pp. 22, advertisement (i). 

I First edition, Hammersmith, England, 1784. bm., nyp. BM., NYH. 9OI93 

i Stanford. A Discourse on Opening the New Building in the 
House of Refuge, New- York; established for the Reformation of 
Juvenile Delinquents. Delivered December 25th, 1825, in presence 
bf the managers of the institution ; the Honourable the Mayor and 
jCommon Council of the City; some of the members of the Legisla- 
iture; and many of its patrons and friends. By John Stanford. . . . 
New-York: Printed and sold by Mahlon Day, No. 376 Pearl- 
street. To be had also at the House of Refuge. 1826. 8vo, pp. 24. 
Frontispiece. -BA., c, M., nyh., nyp., p. 90194 

Stanford. A Discourse on the death of an Unfortunate Youth, 
iged 1 8 years. Delivered in the Chapel of the State Prison of New- 
York, March 28th, 1815. By John Stanford. ... Nezu-York: 
frinted by J. Gray. 18 15. 8vo, pp. 16. nyh., Y. 90195 

' Stanford. A Discourse on the death of the Honourable Thomas 
jfefferson and John Adams. Delivered in the chapel at Bellevue, 
1^. York, by John Stanford. . . . New-York: Printed by E. Conrad, 
||. Frankfort-street. Sold by T. & J. Swords, No. 99 Pearl-street, 
md by J. B. Jansen, No. 90 Nassau-street. 1826. 8vo, pp. 20. 

AAS., B., BA., C, nyh., nyp., WHS. 9OI96 

Stanford. A Discourse on the Urim and the Thummim, de- 
livered before Hiram Lodge, No. 72, at Mount Pleasant, West- 
chester County, on St. John's Day, Dec. 27, 1800. By John Stan- 
lord. . . . Nezv-York. The Second Edition, with Additions. . . . 

VOL. XXIII. 10 



I 

150 STANFORD (jOHn). 

I 

New-York: Printed by E. Conrady Frankjort-St. 1820. 8vo, ' 

pp. 25. AAS., EM., GTS., NYH., NYP., UTS. 9OI97 \ 

For the first edition, see Urim and Thummim, below. j 

Stanford. Divine Benevolence to the Poor: a Discourse Deliv-i 
ered before the Honourable the Mayor and Corporation of the City ! 
of New^-York, April 29, 18 16; on Opening the Chapel in the New! 
Aims-House, Bellevue. By John Stanford. . . . New-York: Prmted\ 
by T. and J. Swords, No. 160 Pearl-Street. 1 8 16. 8vo, pp. 3 1. j 

AAS., BA.j CU., GTS., H., NYAM., NYH., NYP., WHS 9OI98.I 

Stanford. An | Essay | on the [ Law of God. | By | John Stan- i 
ford, M.A. I ... I New-York: | Printed by Thomas and J antes \ 

Swords. \ 1791. I i2mo, pp. 23. bm.,jcb., nyh. 90199:, 

j 

Stanford. The [ Goodness of God | in the | Conversion of:l 
Youth : I a I Sermon [ on the death of | Charles I. S. Hazzard, | Son I 
of the late Alderman Hazzard, who died of the late | Epidemic, aged , 
1 8 Years. | In which are introduced, | An Account of his very early | 
Enjoyment of the | Grace of God, and the Exercise of his | Mind to 
the Period of his Death. | Transcribed from the Diary written with 
his own Hand. | By John Stanford, m.a. | ... | New-York: | 
Printed by T. &' J. Swords, No. 99 Pearl-street. | 1799. | l2mo, 

pp. 60. G., GTS., NYH. 90200 I 

Stanford. The Happy Harvest. A Discourse delivered at the I 
Funeral of Mrs. Rachel Roome, who departed this life, July 8th. | 
1815, aged 81 years. By John Stanford. . . . New-York: Printed i 
by J. Desnoues, II Nassau-Street. 1 820. 8vo, pp. 16. | 

AAS., H., NYH., NYP. 9O2OI ' 

Stanford. An Introductory Discourse, delivered to the lunatics j 
in the asylum, city of New-York, August 31, 1 8 1 9, by John Stan- j 
ford. . . . New-York: Printed by E. Conrad, 4 Frankjort-st. 1 82 1, j 

8vo, pp. 14. AML., EM., NYH., NYP., UTS. 90202 j 

Stanford. A | Lecture | on the | Excellence | of the | GospeM 
of Christ, I and its Particular Influence in Supporting | the Mind I 
under the | Sufferings of Human Life. | Delivered as introductory i 
to a course of Lectures com- | menced August 7, 1791, under the j 
patronage of a | select number of Gentlemen in the city of New-j 
York. I By John Stanford, m.a. [ New-York: \ Printed by T. and J. | 
Swords, No. 167, William-street. \ [1791.] | i2mo, pp. 28. j 

JCB., NYH. 90203 I 



STANFORD (jOHn). I51 

Stanford. On Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth; a Dis- 
course, deh'vered at the Twelfth Anniversary of the New-York 
Baptist Theological Seminary, in the city of New- York, Nov. 1 1, 
1824. By John Stanford, a.m. President of the Institution. To 
which is added, the annual report of the Board of Trustees. . . . 
New-York: Printed by Gray ^ Bunce^ and sold jar the benefit of 
the Institution, by W. B. Gilley, 92 Broadway, H. C. Thomfson, 
39 Bowery, and Gray &' Bunce, 59 Fulton-street. 1825. 8vo, 

pp. 24. BM., NYH., NYP., UTS. 9O2O4 

Stanford. Sacred Architecture; | or, the | Design of Jehovah [ 
in building the | Temple of Solomon : | A Sermon, | delivered to an 
Associated Body of House | Carpenters, on the evening of their | 
first anniversary, November 29, | 1792; and now published | on 
their request. | By | The Rev. John Stanford, m.a. | . . . | New- 
York: I Printed by T. and J. Swords, No. 27, William-Street. \ 
1793. I i2mo, pp. (2), 31, verso blank, (i). 

I BM., C, GTS., NYH., UTS. 9O205 

Stanford. A Sermon, delivered to the Baptist Church at War- 
wick, Lord's Day, July 28, 1802, on the Ordination of the Rev. 
Thomas Stevens. By John Stanford. . . . New-York: Printed by 
T. and J. Swords. 1803. 8vo, pp. 16. 

AAS., C, GTS., NYH., NYP., UTS. 90206 

Stanford. Support in Death. A Discourse delivered at the Fu- 
leral of Mrs. Rachel Lewis who departed this Life, January 17, 
1819, aged 59 years. By John Stanford. . . . New-York: Printed 
by J. Desnoues, II Nassau-Street. 1820. 8vo, pp. 15. 

i AAS., B., HEH., NYH., NYP. ()020J 

I Stanford. Urim and Thummim. A Discourse delivered be- 
i'ore Hiram Lodge, No. 72. on St. John's Day, Dec. 27, 1800. At 
Vlount-Pleasant, West-Chester County, New-York State. By 
ifohn Stanford. . . . Mount-Pleasant: Printed by Russel Canfield. 

iVljDCCCI. I2mo, pp. 12. NYH., UTS. 90208 

I For a second edition, see Discourse on Urim and Thummim, above. 

I 

I Stanford. The Utility of Learning to a Young Minister con- 
jidered; in a Discourse deHvered at the Meeting-House in Fayette- 
!)treet, June 14, 1 8 14; at the Annual Meeting of the Society of 
Correspondence in New-York, with the Baptist Education Society 
In Philadelphia, for the purpose of educating pious, gifted young 
nen, called by their respective Churches to the work of the minis- 



152 STANFORD (lELANd). | 

try. By John Stanford, m.a. one of the Trustees of said Society. To ' 
which is added, the Annual Report of the Corresponding Society.' 
With an Appendix. . . . New-York: Published for the Benefit oj\ 
the Society. Sold by T. (5' J. Swordsy 160 Pearl-Street, and Whit-: 
ing <y Watson, 96 Broadway. 1 8 14. 8vo, pp. 31. 1 

AAS., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 9O2O9 \ 

Stanford was also the author of a number of other works, purely religious in i 
character, and of Annual Reports to the Mayor and Council on the subject of religious ' 
services performed at the Almshouse and Penitentiary, Bellevue, for the years I 
1820— 1829, all except that for 1822, being located at nyh. , 

For a memoir, see Somers (Charles G[eorge]), no. 86856, vol. 22. aas., c, h., i 

HSP., NYP.j WHS. ' 

[Stanford (Leland)]. Cenral Pacific Railroad. Statement i 
made to the President of the United States, and Secretary of the In- ' 
terior, of the progress of the work, October loth, 1865. Sacra-' 
mento: H. S. Crocker ^ Co., Printers, 92 / Street. 1865. 8vo, j 
pp. 12. NYP. 90210! 

Signed at the end: Leland Stanford, Pres't C. P. R. R. Co. The report for the, 
following year was written by C. P. Huntington. 1 

Stanford. Communication from Leland Stanford, represent- 
ing certain railroad companies of California, to the Committee on ■ 
Corporations of the Legislature of California. \_n. f. 1876.] 8vo, ! 
cover title and pp. 16. bureau rail.econ., h., p., whs. 902 ii | 

Stanford. Goat Island as a Railway Terminus at San Fran-j 
cisco. Statements and Arguments of Leland Stanford and D. C.j 
Mc Ruer, before the Committee on Military Affairs of the U. S. | 
Senate, at their meeting, January 18, 1873. Phonographically re-, 
ported by J. J. Murphy, U. S. Senate reporter. Washington, D. C.:\ 
M'Gill& Wither ow, Printers. 1 873. 8vo, pp. 82. | 

burau rail.econ., nyh. 90212 ' 

Stanford's Inaugural Address as Governor of California was published in 1862,! 
two editions, and an Annual Message in 1863. 

Also: The California King: his conquests, crimes, confederates, counsellors, courtiers j 
and vassals. Stanford's postprandial New-year's day soliloquy . . . [San Francisco. 
1876.] 8vo, pp. 15. C, H. j 

Stanford ([Richard]). Mr. Stanford's Motion, relative to a| 
recession of the territory of Columbia . . . Washington City : Printed j 
by William Duane ^ Son. 1805. 8vo, pp. (4). i 

BA., BM., C. 90213 

Stanford. Mr. Stanford's Speech, on the bill to raise an addi- 1 
tional military force. House of Representatives of the United States, | 
January 6, 1 8 12. [Washington? i8i2.] i6mo, pp. ( 16). i 

Caption title. BA., C, M. 902l4l| 



STANFORD (t. N.). J CO 

[Stanford (Thomas N. ) ] . The Citizens Directory and Strang- 
|ers Guide through the City of New York. In two parts. Part I. 
jBeing a Concise Description of the city; giving an account of its 
Early History, Pubh'c Buildings, Amusements, Exhibitions, Benevo- 
lent and Literary Institutions, &c. Part 11. Containing a Correct 
Alphabetical List of the Inhabitants. The whole designed to form an 
Interesting Manuel [sic] for the Citizen and the Stranger. To be 
iDublished annually in May. New York: Printed by George Longy 
(or Thomas N. Stanford, No. i6o, Pearl Street. 1 8 14. 1 8mo, pp. 
146. 2 plates, one of which is folded. AAS., m. 902 1 5 

Title improved from that in note following no. 544S9, vol. 13. The first part 
las its own title page with imprint, and was also issued separately, as follows: 

[Stanford]. A Concise Description of the city of New York, 
riving an account of its Early History, Public Buildings, Amuse- 
nents, Exhibitions, Benevolent and Literary Institutions; together 
vith other Interesting information. New York: Printed by George 
fong, for Thomas N.Stanford, No. 160 Pearl Street. May, iS 14. 
|[8mo, pp. (2), 5-69. Frontispiece folded plate and folded map. 

I C, NYH., NYP. 90216 

\ Stanford is given as the author in the copyright notice on the verso of the title. 

i Stanford and Swords. A Catalogue of Theological Works, 
,;mbracing a Collection of Rare and Valuable Authors in the De- 
partments of Polemical and Practical Divinity, Commentaries on 
he Holy Scriptures, and on the Liturgy of the Church : including 
jhe chief works of the Divines of the Church of England and Amer- 
ca. For sale at the prices affixed, by Stanford and Swords, 139, 
Broadway, New-York. 1847. [Colophon:] Printed by John R. 
Id'Gown, 106, iFulton-street. 8vo, pp. loo. GTS., nyp. 90217 

j Stanford's Emigrant's Guides. See Hutton (W.), no. 341 ii, 
ol. 9. 

Stanhope (George). The early Conversion of Islanders, a 
Vise I Expedient for propagating Christianity. | A | Sermon | 
'reached before the | Incorporated Society | for the | Propagation 
f the Gospel | in Foreign Parts; | at their | Anniversary Meeting | 
[1 the I Parish Church of St. Mary-le-Bow ; | On Friday the 1 9th 
If Feb. I7t|. I By George Stanhope, d.d. Dean of Canterbury, | and 
"haplain in Ordinary to Her Majesty. | London: \ Printed and 
\old by Joseph Downing in Bartholomew- \ Close near West- 
mithfield, 17 14. \ 4to, pp. 55, (l). 2 folded plates. 

BM., HEH., JCB.j M., NYH., NYP., UTS., Y. 902 I 8 
["An Abstract of the ... Proceedings ... of the Society" from Feb. 20, 1712, to 



154 



STANHOPE. 



Feb. 19, 1713, old style, forms pp. 33-55. Included is an account of the printing: 
of White Kennet's "Bibliotheca: Americanae Primordia," 1713, "Of which Catalogue' 
Two Hundred and Fifty Copies were ordered to be printed, for the Service and at the ' 
Charge, of the Society." 1 

The plates are "A Plan projected for Codrington Colledge in Barbados," and | 
"The Orthography of Codrington Colledge," i. e., the elevations of the different j 
sides of the building, both prepared by C. Lilly. I 

Stanhope. The early Conversion of Islanders a wise | Expe- 1 
dient for propagating Christianity. | A | Sermon | Preached before ! 
the I Incorporated Society | for the | Propagation of the Gospel in 1 1 
Foreign Parts; | at their | Anniversary Meeting ] in the \ Parish- i 
Church of St. Mary-le-Bow; | On Friday the 19th of Feb. 1713-i 
14 I By George Stanhope, d.d. Dean of | Canterbury, and Chaplain : 
in Ordinary to | Her Majesty. | London: \ Printed and Sold by J..\ 
Downing in Bartholomew- \ Close near West-Smith field, 17 14. Ij 
8vo,pp. 39, (i). 2 folded plates, aas., BM., C, heh., nyh. 902191I 

The abstract of the proceedings forms pp. 23-39 in this edition. | 

Stanhope (John), ist baron Stanhofe of Harrington. Letter of , 
Sir John Stanhope to Secretary Davison, concerning Elder Brewster.] 
Read before the Massachusetts Historical Society, May, 187 1, by' 
Charles Deane. [Boston. 1873.] 8vo, pp. 8. | 

AAS., B., BA., BM., H., HEH., JCB., NYP., Y. 90220 I 
Reprinted from Mass. Hist. Soc. "Proceedings" for 1 871-1873, 1873, pp. 98-103. 

[Stanhope (Philip Dormer)], ^th Earl of Chesterfield. The 
Accomplished Gentleman: or, The Principles of Politeness, 1789.; 
See the chronological arrangement of the editions of the Letters, 
below. 

[Stanhope.] The American Chesterfield, or Way to Wealth, 
Honour and Distinction; being selections from the Letters of Lord 
Chesterfield to his Son, and Extracts from other eminent Authors 
on the subject of Politeness: with Alterations and Additions suited 
to the Youth of the United States. By a Member of the Philadel- 
phia Bar Philadelfhia: Published by John Gfigg, No. 9, North 

Fourth Street. Clark ^ Raser, Printers, 33 Carter's Alley. 1 827. 
i8mo, pp. iv, 272. Frontispiece. B., c. -{-Philadelfhia: Published 
by John Grigg, No. 9, North Fourth-St. 1828. [Verso of title:] 
Stereoty fed by J.Howe. 24mo, pp. 286. Frontispiece. 

AAS., c, nyp. 90221 

Pp. 219-272 of the first edition: The Honours of the Table: or Rules for Behav- 
ior during Meals; with the whole Art of Carving. Illustrated with a variety of Cuts. 
[Imprint as above.] 

The following reissues from the plates of the stereotype edition have been located, 
all published in Philadelphia: 1833, aas.; 1847, aas.; 1852, heh.; 1855, heh. 



STANHOPE. 



155 



[Stanhope?] The Chronicle of the Kings of England, from 
the Reign of William the Conqueror (first King of England) down 
i to his present Majesty George the Second: containing a true history 
! of their hves, and the character which they severally sustain'd; 
) whether in church or state, in the field, or in private life. By Nathan 
I Ben Saddi. London: Printed. Boston; New-England; Refrinted 
' and sold hy Z. Fowle and S. Draper. 1 75 8. 8vo, pp. lOO. + to . . . 
[ George the Third . , . Lancaster: P Anted for Stetvart Herbert, jun. 
1775. + Philadelphia: Printed and sold by Robert Bell, and Ben- 
\]aminTowne. 1775. Q0222 

Titles from Evans. 
I First published in London in 1740. Usually attributed to Robert Dodsley in whose 
j "Trifles" it was reprinted in 1745. See Ralph Straus's "Robert Dodsley," 1910, p. 79, 
I for a competent statement of the arguments in support of the theory. However, as 
' some writers have ascribed the work to Lord Chesterfield, we include editions omitted 
I under Dodsley. 

: For brief entries of other American editions, see Dodsley (Robert), no. 20517, 
vol. S, and Saddi (Nathan Ben), vol. 18, p. 220. For fuller information on some 
I issues, see Evans. 

: [Stanhope.] The Economy of Human Life, ^ee below, The 
jCEconomy of Human Life. 

I Stanhope. Letters to his Son. 

I The following list of early American editions, abridgments and adaptations of the 
I Letters is arranged chronologically. Acknowledgment should be made of the assistance 
[furnished by the bibliographical notes of Sidney L. Gulick, Jr., prepared in connection 
!with his "The Publication and Reception of Chesterfield's Letters to his Son," Yale 
, dissertation, 1931, shortly to be published. For an American edition of an English 
jwork relating to the Letters published during this period, see Thomas Hunter's 
'"Reflections critical and moral on the Letters of the late Earl of Chesterfield." 3d 
edition, Boston, 1780, aas., b.j c, h., m., nyp. 

I Stanhope. Letters | written by | the late Right Honourable 
Thilip Dormer Stanhope, | Earl of Chesterfield, | to | His Son, 
iPhilip Stanhope, Esq; | Late Envoy Extraordinary at the Court of 
jDresden: | Together with | several other pieces | on various sub- 
jects. I Published by | Mrs. Eugenia Stanhope, | from the originals 
;now in her possession. | In four volumes. | The Third Edition. | 
i. . . I London, Printed: \ New-York, Re-printed by J. Rivington 
<^and H. Gaine. \ M,DCC,LXXV. | 4 vols., i2mo, pp. (4), 204; (4), 
|228; (4), 261; (4), 220. c, nyh., p. 90223 

! [Stanhope], The | Life of the Late | Earl of Chesterfield: | 
k, the I Man of the World. Including | His Lordship's principal 
Speeches in Parlia- | ment; his most admired Essays in the Paper | 
palled The World; his Poems; and the | Substance of the System 
pf Education I Delivered in a I Series of Letters to his Son. i Lon- 



156 STANHOPE. 

don, Printed: \ Philadelfhia, Re-frinted for John S far hawk. \ 

M DCC LXXV. I 8V0, pp. iv, 388. AAS., HSP., NYP., UP. 9O224 

[Stanhope.] Principles | of | Politeness, | and of | Knowing 
the World; | By the late | Lord Chesterfield. | Methodised and 
digested under distinct Heads, with Additions, | by the Reverend 
Dr. John Trusler: | Containing | Every Instruction necessary to 
complete the Gentleman and Man of | Fashion, to teach him a 
Knowledge of Life, and make him well | received in all Com- 
panies. 1 Philadelfhia: \ Printed and sold by Robert Bell, next Door 
to I St. Paul's Church, in Third-Street. \ M,DCC,LXXVIII. | 8vo, 

pp. 88. AAS., HEH., HSP., JCB. 90225 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. This issue was also sold bound with other 
works, and with a general title prefixed, "Miscellanies for Sentimentalists." hsp. 

Stanhope. Select Letters, written by the late Right Honourable 
Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield, to his Son, Philip 
Stanhope, Esq; Late Envoy Extraordinary at the Court of Dresden. 
Philadelfhia: Printed and sold by Robert Bell. 1 7 7 8. 90226 

Title from Evans. 

Stanhope. Boston, April 22, 1779. | Now in the Press, | And 
speedily will be published, (in Two Volumes Octavo, | each Vol- 
ume containing about 500 Pages, price only | Thirty Dollars to Sub- 
scribers for both Volumes, altho' | the Letters alone have been sold 
at Sixty Dollars) a New | Edition (neatly printed and sewed i 
blue boards) of | Letters | written by | the Late Right Honorable 
Philip Dormer Stanhope, | Earl of Chesterfield, | to | his son, 
Philip Stanhope, Esq: | Late Envoy Extraordinary to the Court of 
Dresden ; | together with | His Lordship's Life, and an Account of 
his Son; I The Art of Pleasing, an additional | Series of Letters; 
Some I Poems; | and | Several Other Pieces | on various subjects. | 
Boston: \ Printed for John Boyle, and John \ Douglass M'Dou- 
gall. I MDCCLXXix. I 8vo, pp. viii. aas. 90227 

A prospectus of the following edition, subscriptions to be received not only by the 
publishers, but by John Mycall in Newbury-Port, M. Williams in Salem, J. Carter 
and Southwick and Wheeler in Providence, J. Trumbull in Norwich, N. Pattin and 
G. Goodwin and Company in Hartford. The prospectus was reprinted in part in the 
"American Journal" of Providence, for May 7, 1779, and the work itself was adver- 
tised in the issue for November 4, as "Lately published, and now selling at the Print- 
ing-Office in the Main Street." The advertisement continued in most issues up to 
January 13, 1780, but it is nowhere stated that Wheeler is the printer. It seems prob- 
able that the Providence Issue entered by Evans was taken from one of the later of the 
advertisements, as B. Wheeler's name then appears alone in the imprint of the paper. 
In the list of subscribers found in some copies of the work as printed, Wheeler was 
down for six copies. 



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STANHOPE. 



157 



Stanhope. Letters | written by | the Late Right Honorable 
Phih'p Dormer Stanhope, | Earl of Chesterfield, | to | His Son, 
Philip Stanhope, Esq; | Late Envoy Extraordinary to the Court of 
Dresden; | together with | His Lordship's Life, and an Account of 
his Son; | The Art of Pleasing, an additional | Series of Letters; 
Some I Poems; | and | Several Other Pieces | on Various Subjects. | 
In Two Volumes. | Vol. L | Boston: \ Printed for John Boyle, and 
John I Douglass M^ Don gall. \ mdcclxxix. | 8vo, pp. 7, (2), xxiii, 
460. + Vol. IL New bury -fort: \ Printed by John Mycall, for 
John Boyle, \ and J. D. M'Dougall of Boston. \ mdcclxxix. | 

8vo, pp. 620. AAS., BM.j C, H., NYP., Y. 9O228 

Lining off of vol. 2 differs slightly. 
Some copies have a list of subscribers, pp. 7. aas. 

[Stanhope.] Lord Chesterfield's Letters to his son Philip 
Stanhope, Esquire, Providence: Printed by Bennett Wheeler, i']']C). 

90229 

A doubtful title from Evans. It is apparently taken from an advertisement of the 
Boston, Nezvburyport, edition, printed by Wheeler in the "American Journal" of 
Providence, though perhaps some copies may have been printed V/hh a Providence 
imprint. See note on no. 90227, above. 

[Stanhope.] Lord Chesterfield's | Advice to his Son, | on | 
Men and Manners: | or, A new | System of Education. | In which 
the I principles of politeness, | the art of acquiring a | knowledge of 
the world, | with every | instruction necessary to form a | man of 
honour, virtue, taste, | and fashion, | are laid down in a | plain, easy, 
familiar manner, | adapted to every | station and capacity. | The 
whole arranged on a | plan entirely new. | London, Printed: \ Phila- 
delfhia: Re-frinted and sold \ by T. Bradford and P. Hall. \ 
M,DCc,Lxxxi. I i8mo, pp. viii, 126. heh., p. 90230 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

This edition was issued with James Forrester's anonymous "Polite Philosopher," 
Philadelphia, 1781. The signatures are in nines, the fifth leaf of each being pasted 
between the fourth and sixth. 

[Stanhope.] Principles | of | Politeness, | and of | Knowing 
the World; | By the late Lord Chesterfield. | Methodised and di- 
gested under distinct Heads, | with Additions, | By the Rev. Dr. 
John Trusler: | Containing | Every Instruction necessary to com- 
plete the Gentle- | man and Man of Fashion, to teach him a Know- | 
ledge of Life and make him well received in all | Companies. | For 
the Improvement of Youth; | Yet not beneath the Attention of 
any. | Philadelphia: \ Printed and Sold by R. Aitken, at \ Pofe^s 
Head, Three Doors above the \ Coffee House, Market Street. \ 

M.DCC.LXXXL I I2mo, pp. I50, (6). AAS. 9023I 



irg STANHOPE. 

[Stanhope.] Principles | of | Politeness, | and of | Knowing 
the World; | By the late Lord Chesterfield. | Methodised and di- 
gested under distinct Heads. | With additions. | By the Rev. Dr 
John Trusler: | Containing: ] Every Instruction necessary to com- 
plete the Gentleman and Man | of Fashion, to teach him a know^- 
ledge of Life, and make him well | received in all Companies. ] For 
the Improvement of Youth : | Yet not beneath the Attention of any. 
Norwich: \ Printed and sold by \ John Trumbull. \ M,DCC,LXXXV. 
i2mo, pp. 142. AAs., c, H. 90232 

[Stanhope.] Lord Chesterfield's | Advice to his Son, | on | 
Men and Manners: | or, a new | System of Education. | In which 
the I Principles of Politeness, | the Art of Acquiring a Know- | ledge 
of the World, are laid | down in a plain, easy, and familiar Man- 
ner. I To which are annexed, | The Polite Philosopher: | Or an 
Essay on the Art which makes a Man | happy in himself, and agree- 
able to others. | Also, | Lord Burghley's Ten Precepts | To his 
second Son, Robert Cecil, after- | wards the Earl of Salisbury. | 
Philadelfhia: \ Printed jor Thomas Dobson, Bookseller j \ in Second- 
street, second Door \ above Chesnut-street. \ m.dcc.lxxxvi. | 
i2mo, pp. 190, list of books (2). aas., c. 90233 

[Stanhope.] Principles | of Politeness, | and of | Knowing the 
World. I By the late Lord Chesterfield. | Methodised and digested 
under distinct Heads, | with Additions, | By the Rev. Dr. John 
Trusler: | Containing | Every Instruction necessary to complete 
the I Gentleman and Man of Fashion ; to | teach him a Knowledge 
of Life, and make | him well received in all Companies. | To which 
is now First Annexed | A Father's Legacy | To his Daughters: | 
By the late Dr. Gregory, | of Edinburgh. | The whole admirably 
calculated for the Im- | provement of Youth, yet not beneath | the 
attenton of any. | Portsmouth, New-Hampshire: \ Printed by 
Melcher and Osborne. \ M,DCC,LXXXVi. | i2mo, pp. 143, (i). 

AAS., BU., C, H., JCB._, NYP. 90234 

[Stanhope.] The | Accomplished Gentleman: | or, The | 
Principles of Politeness; | Extracted from the Letters of the late 
Earl I of Chesterfield, to his son Philip Dormer | Stanhope, Esq. 
To which are Added, | Moral Maxims and Reflections, by the Late 
Duke de la Rochefoucauld. Translated | from the French; Rec- 
ommended by I the late Earl of Chesterfield. | Philadelfhia: \ Printed 
by William Sfotswood. \ m.dcc.lxxxix. | i2mo, pp. (4), 88, (4). 

aas., ba. 90235 



STANHOPE. 159 

[Stanhope.] Lord Chesterfield's | Advice to his Son, | on | 
Men and Manners: | or, a new | System of Education; | in which 
the I Principles of Politeness, and the Art | of Acquiring a Knowl- 
edge of the I World, are Laid down in a Plain, | Easy, and Familiar 
Manner. | To which are annexed, | The Polite Philosopher: | or, | 
An Essay on the Art which makes a Man | happy in himself, and 
agreeable to others. | Also, | Lord Burghley's Ten Precepts | To his 
second Son, Robert Cecil, afterwards the | Earl of Salisbury. | Ph'il- 
adelfhia: | Printed jor T, Dobson, in Second street. \ m,dcc,lxxxix.| 
i2mo, pp. 227. AAS. 90236 

[Stanhope.] Lord Chesterfield's | Advice to his Son, | on | 
Men and Manners: | or, a new | System of Education. | In which 
the I principles of politeness, the art | of acquiring a knowledge of 
the world, are laid down in a | plain, easy, and familiar manner. 
To which are annexed, | The Pohte Philosopher. | Or an essay on 
the art which makes a man happy | in himself, and agreeable to 
others. | Also, | Lord Burghley's Ten Precepts | to his second son, 
Robert Cecil, afterwards the | Earl of Salisbury. | Wilmington, j 
Printed by James Adams, 1789. | i2mo, pp. 106, (2). p. 90237 

[Stanhope.] Lord Chesterfield's Principles of Politeness, and 
of knowing the world. With a Father's legacy to his daughters, [by 
Dr. John Gregory] annexed. Portsmouth: Printed and sold by 
John Melcher. 1 7 89. 90238 

Title from Evans. 

[Stanhope]. Principles | of | Politeness, | and of | Knowing the 
World; I by the Late | Lord Chesterfield, | Methodised and Di- 
gested under Distinct | Heads, | with Additions, | By the Reverend 
Dr. John Trusler: | Containing | Every Instruction necessary to 
complete the | Gentleman and Man of Fashion, to teach | him a 
Knowledge of Life, and make him well | received in all Companies. | 
For die Improvement of Youth ; | Yet not beneath the Attention 
of any. | New-Haven: | Printed by A. Morse. \ m.dcc.lxxxix. | 
l2mo, pp. 144. AAS., Y. 90239 

[Stanhope.] Principles | of | Politeness, | and of | Knowing 
the World. | By the late Lord Chesterfield. | Methodised and di- 
gested under distinct Heads, | with Additions | By the Rev. Dr. 
John Trusler: | Containing | Every Instruction necessary to com- 
plete the I Gentleman and Man of Fashion. | To which is Added, 
A Father's Legacy | To his Daughters; | By the late Dr. Gregory 



l6o STANHOPE. 

of Edinburgh. | Also, | Thoughts on Female | Education: [ By Ben- 
jamin Rush, M.D. I The whole admirably calculated for the Im- | 
provement of Youth. | Boston: | Printed and Sold by John W. 
Folsom. I Sold also by Daniel Brewer of Taunton. | m^dcc^xci. | 

I2m0, pp. 102, 62, 24. AAS., B., BU., JCB., Y. 9024O 

Second title: A ] Father's Legacy | to his | Daughters. | By the late | Dr. Gregory, | 
of Edinburgh. | Boston: \ Printed and Sold by John W. Folsom, \ No. 30, Union-Street. 
Sold also by \ Daniel Brewer of Taunton. | m,dcc,xci. | 

Third title: Thoughts | upon | Female Education, | Accommodated | to the | 
Present State of Society, ] Manners and Government, | in the | United States of 
America. | Addressed to the Visitors of the | Young Ladies' Academy | In Philadel- 
phia. I 28 July, 1787, I At the Close of the Quarterly Examination. | By Benjamin 
Rush, M.D. I Professor of Chemistry in the University of | Pennsylvania. | Boston: \ 
Printed and Sold by John W. Folsom, \ No. 30. Union-Street. Sold also by \ Daniel 
Brewer of Taunton. \ m,dcc,xci. | For other editions of this part, see no. 74241, 
voL 18. 

[Stanhope.] Principles | of | Politeness, | and of | Knowing 
the World : | By the late Lord Chesterfield. | With Additions, | By 
the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. | Containing | Every Instruction neces- 
sary to complete the | Gentleman and Man of Fashion, to teach 
him I a Knowledge of Life, and make him well | received in all 
Companies. | For the | Improvement of Youth : | Yet not beneath 
the attention of any. | Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts, \ By 
Isaiah Thomas & Leonard Worcester, \ For Isaiah Thomas. \ 
Sold at his Bookstore in Worcester, and by \ said Thomas, and 
Andrews, in Boston. \ MDCCXCII. | i2mo, pp. 188. AAS. 90241 

[Stanhope.] Principles | of | Politeness, | and of | Knowing 
the World; | By the late Lord Chesterfield. | Methodised and di- 
gested under distinct Heads. | With Additions, | By the Rev. Dr. 
John Trusler: | Containing, | Every Instruction necessary to com- 
plete the I Gentleman and Man of Fashion, to teach | him a Knowl- 
edge of Life, and make him | well received in all Companies. | For 
the Improvement of Youth ; | yet not beneath the attention of any. 
New-London: \ Printed by Samuel Green, for Thomas \ C. Green. 

M.DCC.XCIII. I I2mo, pp. 118. C, NYP. 90242 

[Stanhope.] Lord Chesterfifld's [sic] | Advice to his Son, | 
on I Men and Manners: | or, a new I System of Education. | In 
which the | Principles of Politeness, \ the Art of Acquiring a | 
Knowledge of the World, | with every | Instruction, necessary to 
form I a Man of Honor, Virtue, | Taste and Fashion, | are Laid 
down in a | Plain, Easy, Familiar Manner, | Adapted to every | 
Station and Capacity. | The whole arranged on a | Plan entirely 



STANHOPE. l6l 

New. I London^ Printed: \ Philadelphia, Re-frinted and sold by \ 
Thomas Bradford. \ m,dcc,xciv. | i2mo, pp. viii, 126. 

AAS. 90243 

The signatures are in nines, the fifth leaf of each being pasted between the fourth 
and sixth. 

[Stanhope.] Principles | of | Politeness, | and of | Knowing 
the World. | By the late Lord Chesterfield. | Methodised and di- 
gested under distinct Heads, | with Additions | By the Rev. Dr. 
John Trusler. | Containing | Every Instruction necessary to com- 
plete the Gentleman | and Man of Fashion ; to teach him a Knowl- 
edge I of Life, and make him well received in all Companies. | To 
which is Annexed | a Father's Legacy | to his Daughters. | By the 
late Dr. Gregory, | of Edinburgh. | The whole admirably calcu- 
lated for the Improvement | of Youth, yet not beneath the atten- 
tion of any. | Boston, \ Printed for the Booksellers. \ mdccxciv. | 
Small 8vo, pp. 132. AAS., B., JCB. 90244 

[Stanhope.] Principles | of | Politeness, | and of | Knowing 
the World. | By the late Lord Chesterfield. | Methodised and di- 
gested under distinct Heads; | with Additions | By the Rev. Dr. 
John Trusler: | Containing | Every instruction necessary to com- 
plete the I Gentleman and Man of Fashion. | Printed in Boston, 
by Belknaf and Hall, \ for Benjamin Larkin, No. ^6, \ Cornhill. 

MDCCXCIV. I I2mo, pp. 84. AAS. 90245 

[Stanhope.] Lord Chesterfield's | Advice to his Son, | on | 
Men and Manners, | or, a new | System of Education. | In which 
the I Principles of Politeness, the Art | of acquiring a Knowledge of 
the I World, are laid down in | a plain, easy, and fa- | miliar man- 
ner. I To which are annexed, | The Polite Philosopher: | Or, an 
Essay on the Art which makes a | man happy in himself, and | 
agreeable to others, | also, | Lord Burghley's Ten Precepts | To his 
second son Robert Cecil, afterwards | the Earl of Salisbury. | 
Philadelphia: \ Printed by Jacob Johnson & Co. \ Market-street, 
No. 147. I M,DCC,LXiv. [i. e. MDCCXCV.] i2mo, pp. 184. 

AAS. 90246 

Second title, following p. 124: The | Polite Philosophfr [sic]; | or, an | Essay on 

the^ Art | which makes a man happy in himself, | and agreeable to others. | . . . j 

Philadelphia: \ Printed by Jacob Johnson & Co. Market- \ street, No. 14.7. | 1795. | 

An anonymous work of James Forrester. 

[Stanhope.] Principles | of | Politeness, | and of | Knowing 
the World: | By the late | Lord Chesterfield. | Methodised and di- 
gested under distinct heads, | with Additions, | containing | every 



1 62 STANHOPE. 

instruction necessar}' to com- | plete the gentleman and man of | 
fashion, to teach him a know- | ledge of life, and make | him well 
received in | all companies. | For the improvement of youth ; yet not 
be- I neath the attention of any. | New-York: \ Printed and sold by 
Samuel Camfbell, \ No. 1 24, Pearl-Street. | m,dcc,xcv. | l2mo, 
pp. 108. NYP. 90247 

[Stanhope.] Principles [ of | Politeness, | and of | Knowing 
the World: | By the late Lord Chesterfield. | With | Additions, | 
By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. | Containing | Every Instruction 
necessary to complete | the Gentleman and Man of Fashion, | to 
teach him a Knowledge of Life, and | make him well received in all 
Com- I panies. | For the | Improvement of Youth : | Yet not beneath 
the Attention | of Any. | Greenfield, (Massachusetts:) \ Printed 
by Thomas Dickman, | and sold at his Bookstore in Greenfield. | 
MDCCXCVI. I I2mo, pp. 178. AAS., C, JCB. 90248 

[Stanhope.] Principles ] of | Politeness, | and of | Knowing 
the World: | by the Late | Lord Chesterfield. | With | Additions, | 
By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. | Containing | Every Instruction 
necessary to complete the Gentleman and | Man of Fashion, to 
teach him a Knowledge of Life, and | make him well received in all 
Companies. | For the | Improvement of Youth : | Yet not beneath 
the Attention of Any. | Second Worcester Edition. | Printed at 
Worcester: \ By Isaiah Thom^as, Jun. \ For Efhraim, Goodale, 
Bookbinder, Mendon. \ August 1798. ] i2mo, pp. 198. 

AAS., BA., H. 90249 

Also included in the "Gentleman's Pocket Library," Boston, 1794, aas., and "Young 
Gentleman's Parental Monitor," Hartford, 1792, aas., c, y. 

The continued popularity of the Letters in this country during the early nineteenth 
century is shown by the following editions of the Principles of Politeness: Boston, 
1806, AAS.; Walpole, 1807, v.; Carlisle, 1809, aas.; Walpole, 181 2, aas; and Carlisle, 
1 816, AAS. An edition of "Letters ... to his Son," was published in Baltimore in 
1 81 3. See also, above. The American Chesterfield. 

[Stanhope.] The Life of the Late Earl of Chesterfield, 1775. 
See the chronological arrangement of editions of the Letters, above. 

[Stanhope.] Lord Chesterfield's Advice to his Son. For edi- 
tions of this title, see the chronological arrangement of the Letters, 
above. 

[Stanhope.] Lord Chesterfield's Letters to his Son, 1779. See 
the chronological arrangement of editions of the Letters, above. 

[Stanhope.] Lord Chesterfield's Principles of Politeness, 1 789. 
See the chronological arrangement of the Letters, above. 



STANHOPE. 163 

[Stanhope? ] The CEconomy of Human Life. 

Although usually ascribed to Robert Dodsley, as in Ralph Straus's "Robert Dodsley," 
1910, pp. 176—180, it is possible that the first part was written by Lord Chesterfield. 
See "Notes and Queries," ist ser., vol. 10, 1854, pp. 8, 74, 318. The second part, which 
appears in many of the editions, has been attributed to John Hill, see Diet. Nat. Biog. 
The following list of early American editions is arranged chronologically. See also, 
James Bowdoin's anonymous "Paraphrase on part of the Oeconomy of Human Life," 

Boston, 1759. AAS., BA., CHS., M., NYP. 

[Stanhope.] The Family Companion; or the CEconomy of 
Human Life, on the perusal of which, and following the instruc- 
tions laid down therein, all persons may be healthy, wealthy and 
wise, even from the crown'd head to the meanest subject. Every 
man will be here instructed in the true methods of attaining wisdom 
and happiness in whatever situation of life the Almighty has been 
pleased to place him. Containing the sentiments of an ancient Bra- 
min and translated from an Indian manuscript, found amongst the 
archieves deposited in the Grand Temple, in the Province of Lasa, 
in the County of Thibet. Transmitted in a letter from an English 
gentleman, now residing at Pekin in China to a noble Earl in Eng- 
land. Boston: Printed and sold by D. Fowle in Queen-street. 1 75 1. 

Title from Evans. 902 5 O 

[Stanhope.] The | Oeconomy | of | Human Life. | Trans- 
lated from an Indian Manu- | script, written by an ancient | Bramin 
To which is prefixed, | An Account of the Manner in which the 
said Manuscript was discover'd. | In | A Letter from an English 
Gentle- | man, now residing in China, to the | Earl of ****. | The 
Sixth Edition. | London Printed: | Philadelfhia, Re-frinted and 
Sold by B. I Franklin, and D. Hall. 175 i. | 8vo, pp. xxii, 96, list 
of books (2). 90251 

Title from the catalogue of the Curtis collection of Franklin Imprints, 191 8, where 
a facsimile of the title page is given. 

[Stanhope.] The CEconomy of Human Life. . . . New-York: 
Printed by James Parker. I'] ^l. 90252 

Title from Evans. 

[Stanhope.] The CEconomy of Human Life. Translated 
from an Indian Manuscript written by an ancient Bramin. To which 
is prefixed an Account of the Manner in which the said Manuscript 
was discovered. In a Letter from an English Gentleman, now re- 
siding in China, to the Earl of ****. The Seventh Edition. Boston: 
refrinted by D. Fowle. 1752. 8vo, pp. 40, 47. 90253 

Title from the catalogue of the Spalding sale at the Anderson Galleries, Oct. 26, 
1923, lot no. 67, and from Evans' entry of a copy of the first part formerly at nys. 



164 STANHOPE. ! 

I 

[Stanhope.] The Oeconomy of Human Life ... Part I. Sev- I 
enth Edition. Philadelfhia: B. Franklin and D. Hall. 1752. i 

90254 ! 

Title from Hildeburn's note on the following edition of the second part. He had 
never seen a copy of the first part. j 

I 

[Stanhope.] The | Oeconomy | of | Human Life. | Part the j 
Second. ] Translated from an Indian Manu- | script, found soon i 
after that | which contain'd the Original of | the First Part; and ■ 
written by ] the same Hand. | In | A Second Letter from an | Eng- j 
lish Gentleman residing at China, | to the Earl of * * * | The Third ] 
Edition. | London, Printed: \ Philadelfhia, Re-frinted, and sold ,1 
by I B. Franklin, and D. Hall, at the \ New-Printing-Office. | 
MDCCLii. I 1 6mo, pp. viii, 112. hsp. 90255 1 

[Stanhope.] The Family Companion; or, The CEconomy of J 
Human Life . . . [title as in Boston, 175 i, edition.] Portsmouth, in \ 
New-Hamf shire; Printed and sold by Daniel Fowle. 1 758. | 

Title from Evans. 90256 I 

[Stanhope.] The Oeconomy of Human Life. Translated 
from an Indian Manuscript, written by an ancient Bramin. To 
which is prefix'd, an account of the manner in which the said manu- 
script was discovered. In a letter from an English gentleman now 
residing in China, to the Earl of * * * . Philadelfhia: Printed and 
sold by W. Dunlaf, in Market-Street. 1765. 24mo, pp. xvii, ( I ), 
54,iv, (i),70. 90257 

Title from Evans. Title of second part: The Oeconomy of Human Life. Part the 
Second, Translated from an Indian Manuscript, found soon after that which contained 
the original of the first part, and written by the same hand. In a second letter from 
an English gentleman, residing in China, to the Earl of ******. Philadelphia: Printed 
and sold by W. Dunlap, in Market-street. 1 765. 

[Stanhope.] The Oeconomy of Human Life. Philadelfhia: 
Josefh Crukshank. 1772? 90258 

Title from Hildeburn. 

[Stanhope.] The | Oeconomy | of | Human Life. | In Two 
Parts. I Part the First. | Translated from an Indian Manuscript, | 
written by an ancient Bramin. | To which is prefixed, | An Account 
of the Manner in which | the said Manuscript was discovered. | In 
a Letter from an English Gentleman, | now residing in China, to 
the Earl of *** . I Philadelfhia: \ Printed and Sold by R. Aitken, \ 



STANHOPE. 



165 

at Pope's Head, Three Doors above \ the Coffee-House, Market 
Street. | m,dcc,lxxxi. | Small i2mo, pp. 107, (i), 131, (i). 

90259 

The second part has a separate title page, with imprint. Title from Hildeburn. A 
copy IS located at the Friends' Library in Philadelphia. 

[Stanhope.] The | Oeconomy | of | Human Life. | Translated 
from an Indian Manuscript, written by an ancient Bramin. I To 
which is perfixed, | An account of the Manner in which the I said 
Manuscript was discovered. | In | A Letter from an English Gentle- 
man, I now residing in China, to the Earl of ***. | Philadelphia: I 
Printed and sold by Josefh Crukshank, \ in Market-street, between 
Second and \ Third-streets. 1 78 1. | i8mo, pp. xii, (2) 54 iv 
(^)' 70- 90260 

The second part has a separate title page, with imprint. Title from Hildeburn. 

[Stanhope.] The | Oeconomy | of | Human Life. | In two 
Parts. I Translated from an Indian Manuscript, written | by an 
ancient Bramin. | To which is prefixed, | An Account of the Man- 
ner in which the said | Manuscript was discovered, | in | A Letter 
from an English Gentleman, residing | in China, to the Earl of *** I 
Norwich: \ Printed and Sold by John Trumbull, \ m.dcc lxxxiv 
i2mo,pp. 110. NYP. 90261 

[Stanhope.] The | Oeconomy | of | Human Life. | Trans- 
lated from an Indian Manuscript, | written by an ancient Bramin. 
To which is prefixed, | An account of the manner in which the 
said Manuscript was discovered. | In I a Letter from an English 
Gentleman, | Now residing in China, | To the Earl of ****>ic**^ 
Philadelphia: \ Printed and sold by Joseph Crukshank, \ in Market- 
Street, betzveen Second \ and Third Streets. \ m DCC lxxxvi. | 2 
vols, in one, i8mo, pp. xii, (2), 54; iv, (2), 70. aas., h. 90262 

The second part has a separate title page with imprint. 

[Stanhope.] The | Economy | of | Human Life. | Trans- 
lated I from an Indian Manuscript, | written | by an ancient Bramin. 
To which is prefixed | An Account of the Manner in which the said 
Manuscript was discovered. | In a Letter, | From an English Gentle- 
man residing in | China, to his Friend in England. ^| The First 
Worcester Edition. | Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts, \ by and 
\or I Isaiah Thomas. \ mdcclxxxvh. | i2mo, pp. 105, including 

^'■°"^"^P'^"- AAS. 90263 

Includes only the first part. At end: "This is the True Economy of Human Life" 
ihis statement is usually found at the end of this part in other editions. 
VOL. XXIII. I I 



1 66 STANHOPE. { 

I 

[Stanhope.] The | Oeconomy of Human Life, | complete, | ; 
in two parts; | translated from an | Indian Manuscript, | written by j 
an ancient Bramin. | To which is prefixed, | An Account of^ the | 
Manner in which the said Manuscript | was discovered; | in a 
Letter from | An English Gentleman residing in China, | to the j 
Earl of *******^ I Philadelfhia: \ Printed by Josefh Jamesy Chesnut- \ 
Street. \ M.DCC.LXXXVII. | i2mo, pp. 94, advertisements, (2). ; 

AAs. 90264 ; 

[Stanhope.] The | CEconomy | of | Human Life. | In two 
parts. I Translated from an Indian Manuscript, writ- | ten by an 
ancient Bramin. | To which is perfixed [sic] an Account of the | 
Manner in which the said Manuscript | was discovered. | In a Letter : 
from an English Gentleman, | residing in China, to the Earl | of 
******^ I Printed in Bennington, (Vermont) in the \ Year of our < 
Lord 1788. I 8vo,pp. 115. AAS. 90265 

The AAS. copy lacks pp. 11-14. 

[Stanhope.] The | Oeconomy | of | Human Life, | translated 
from I An Indian Manuscript, | Written by an ancient Bramin. | 
To which is prefixed | An Account of the Manner in which the 
said I Manuscript was discovered, [ in a | Letter from an English 
Gentleman, | now residing in China, to the Earl of **** | The First 
Exeter Edition. | Exeter: \ Printed and Sold by Lamson and Ran- 
let, I MDCCLXXXViii. I i2mo,pp. XX, 76. AAS. 90266 

[Stanhope.] The | Oeconomy of Human Life, | Complete, [ 
in two parts; | Translated from an | Indian Manuscript, | written 
by an ancient Bramin. | To which is prefixed, | An Account of the 
Manner in which the said Manuscript | was discovered; | in a letter 
from I An English Gentleman residing in China, | to the Earl of 
*******^ I Philadelfhia: \ Printed for Josef h James. \ m.dcc.xc. | 

I2mo, pp. (10), vii-140. AAS., JCB., NYP. 9O267 

[Stanhope.] The CEconomy of Human Life. Complete, in 
two parts. Translated from an Indian Manuscript, written by an 
ancient Bramin. To which is prefixed, an account of the manner in 
which the said manuscript was discovered; in a letter from an Eng- 
lish gentleman residing in China, to the Earl of *t^^**^ New- 
York: Printed by Hugh Game, at the Bible, m Hanover-Square. 
1790. l2mo, pp. 84. -^Philadelfhia: Printed and sold by W- 
Woodhouse, at the Bible, No. 6, South Front-Street. 1791. 

90260 

Titles from Evans. 



STANHOPE. 167 

[Stanhope.] The | (Economy | of | Human Life, | In Two 
Parts. I Translated from an | Indian Manuscript, | Written by an 
Ancient Bramin. | To which is prefixed, | An Account of the Man- 
ner in which the | said Manuscript was discovered; | In a Letter 
from an Enghsh Gentleman | residing in China, to the Earl of ****.| 
Part the First, j The Fifteenth American Edition. | Keene: (State 
Printed and Sold by James D. Griffithy \ 
i2mo, pp. 154. NYP. 90269 



oj New-H amps hire) 
Anno Do?niniy 1791 



^ The NYP. copy lacks pp. 3-10, 77-80, and 89-92, and a list of subscribers, men- 
tioned by Evans. 

[Stanhope.] The CEconomy of Human Life. Complete, in 
two parts; translated from an Indian manuscript, written by an 
ancient Bramin. To which is prefixed, an account of the manner 
in which the said manuscript was discovered; in a letter from an 
English gentleman residing in China, to the Earl of *******^ 
New-Haven: Printed and sold by Abel Morse, 1 792. i2mo, pp. 
102. -\- New-York: Hugh Gaine. I792[.?] 90270 

Titles from Evans, and from Ford's "Journals of Hugh Gaine," 1902, vol I, p. 165. 
The latter issue was advertised at the end of Moore's "The Young Gentleman and 
Lady's Monitor," 1792, printed by Gaine. It seems possible that it may be the same 
as the 1790 edition entered above. 

[Stanhope.] The | Oeconomy | of | Human Life. | In two 
parts. I Translated from an Indian Manuscript | written by an 
ancient Bramin. | To which is prefixed | An Account of the Man- 
ner in which the | said Manuscript was discovered. | In | A Letter 
from an English Gentleman, | residing in China, to the Earl of *** | 
Norwich: \ Printed by John Trumbull^ \ Mp^cc.xcii. | 8vo, pp. 

fi^' AAS. 90271 

[Stanhope.] The | Oeconomy | of | Human Life. | In Two 
(Parts. I Translated from an Indian Manuscript, written | by an 
jmcient Bramin. | To which is prefixed, | An Account of the Man- 
jier in which the said | Manuscript was discovered, | In | a Letter 
;rom an English Gentleman in China, | to the Earl of *****. | 
jPhe Thirty-fourth Edition. | Windsor, ( Vermont) \ Printed and 
fold by Alden Sfooner. \ M.DCC.xcn. | l2mo, pp. 98. y. 90272 
j Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

I [Stanhope.] The | Oeconomy of Human Life, | complete | 
In two parts; | translated from an | Indian Manuscript, | written 
j'y an Ancient Bramin. | To which is prefixed | An Account of the 
l^/Ianner in which the said Manu- | script was discovered ; | in a letter 
|rom I An English Gentleman residing in China, | to the Earl of 



1 68 STANHOPE. 

******* I ]\Jew-H.aven \ Printed By Abel Morse, \ M,DCC,XCIII. | 
i2mo, pp. 8, 11-13, verso blank, 13-102. aas. -\- Printed at 
Concord \N.H.'\,by Elijah Russell. 1793. 90273 

Title of the Concord edition from Evans. 

[Stanhope.] The | Oeconomy of Human Life, | complete, | 
In Two Parts: | Translated from an | Indian Manuscript, | writ- 
ten by an ancient Bramin. | To which is prefixed, | An Account of 
the Manner in which the said | Manuscript was discovered : I in a j 
Letter from | An English Gentlemam [sic] residing in China, | [to] | 
The Earl of *******. | New-York: \ Printed and sold by William j 
Durellj I No. 19, Queen-Street, 1793. | i2mo, pp. 129. ! 

AAS., Y. 90274 j 

[Stanhope.] The Economy of Human Life. Translated from j 
An Indian Manuscript, Written by A Bramin. Salem: Printed by \ 
T. C. Gushing; and Sold by William Carlton, at the Bible and \ 
Heart. 1793. i6mo, pp. 161. 9^275 j 

Title from Tapley's "Salem Imprints," 1927. According to Evans, this edition was j 
printed in "large type with a view to its use in schools." ' 

[Stanhope.] The | Oeconomy | of | Human Life. | Trans- i 
lated from an Indian Manuscript, | written by an ancient Bramin. , 
To which is prefixed, | An account of the manner in which the \ 
said Manuscript was discovered. | In | A Letter from an English : 
Gentleman, | now residing in China, to the Earl of *** | Hudson: \ \ 
Printed and sold by A. Stoddard, \ m,dcc,xciv. | l2mo, pp. xii, : 
(2), 54,iv, (2), 70. NYP.90276I 

p. vi is misnumbered iv. The second part has a special title page with imprint. j 

[Stanhope.] The | Oeconomy | of | Human Life, | complete, 1 1 
in two parts: | Translated from an | Indian Manuscript. | Written, 
by an ancient Bramin. | To which is periixed [sic] | an account of j 
the manner in which the | said manuscript was discovered: | in a, 
letter erom [sic] an English gentleman residing in China, [to] the I 
Earl of ****** 1 New York, \ Printed by N. Birdsall, for Evert \ j 
Dyckinck & Co., 1794. | i2mo, pp. 59, (4), 63-135. c. 90277 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

[Stanhope.] The | Oeconomy of Human Life | complete | 
in two parts | translated from an | Indian Manuscript, | written by 
an Ancient Bramin. | To which is prefixed, | An account of the! 
Manner in which the said Manuscript was | discovered; | in a Let-i 
ter from I An English Gentleman residing in China, | to the Earlj 



STANHOPE. 169 

of *******. I Philadelphia: | Printed by Benjamin Johnson No. 
147 I Market-Street, 1794. | i8mo, pp. (6), vi-xi, (2), 15-86+. 

AAs. 90278 

Besides lacking all pages after 86, the aas. copy is without pp. 21-22. 

[Stanhope.] The | Oeconomy | of | Human Life. | In two 
Parts. I Translated from an Indian Manuscript, | written by an 
ancient Bramin. | To which is prefixed, | An account of the Manner 
in which the | said Manuscript was discovered. | In | Two Letters 
from an Enghsh Gentleman in | China, to the Earl of ***. | To 
which is added, | An Appendix to the True Econ- | omy of Human 
Life. I In a Letter to the Earl of Chesterfield. | Bennington: \ 
Printed by A. Haswell. 1795. | i2mo, pp. xiii, (i), 164, (4? ). 

P. xiii is misnumbered vii. Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. Y. (^02J() 

[Stanhope.] The | Economy of Human Life. | Complete | 
In Two Parts. | Translated from an | Indian Manuscript, | Writ- 
ten by an ancient Bramin. [ In a | Letter | from an | English Gen- 
tleman I Residing in China, | To the Earl of *********** ^ j ^V^^y- 
York: I Printed for Evert Duyckinck, &' Co. Book- | sellers, No. 
1 10, Pearl-Street. \ IJ()S- \ i2mo, pp. vi, ix-i22. nyp. 90280 

P. 57 is misnumbered 65. As there are only three leaves in sig. A, it seems probable 
that a leaf, pp. vii— viii, is missing in the copy described. 

[Stanhope.] The | Oeconomy | of | Human Life, | Complete | 
In two parts: | translated from an | Indian Manuscript. | Written 
by an Ancient Bramin, j To which is prefixed, | An Account of the 
Manner in which the said | Manuscript was discovered : | in a Letter 
from I An English Gentleman residing in | China, | [to] the Earl 
of ******* I Norwich: \ Printed and sold by John Trumbull, \ 
1795. I 1 2 mo, pp. 117, list of books (i). aas. 90281 

[Stanhope.] The | Economy | of | Human Life. | Translated 
from an | Indian Manuscript, | written by an ancient Bramin. | In 
a I Letter | from an | English Gentleman, | residing in China, | To 
the Earl of ************. | Philadelphia: \ Printed for and sold 
by Joseph Crukshank, \ No. 87, High-Street. \ 1 795. | l8mo, pp. 
xii, (2),I30. AAS. 90282 

[Stanhope.] The | Oeconomy | of | Human Life: | trans- 
lated I from an Indian Manuscript, | written | by an ancient Bra- 
min. I To which is prefixed, | an Account of | the Manner in which 
the said | Manuscript was discovered. | In a Letter | from an Eng- 
lish Gentleman residing in China, I to the Earl of Chesterfield. I In 



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170 

two parts. I Printed at Providence {Rhode-Island) \ By Carter and 
Wilkinson, and sold at their Book and Stationary \ Store, offosite 
the Market. \ m,dcc,xcv. | i2mo, pp. 108. aas. 90283 

[Stanhope.] The | Economy | of | Human Life. | Part I. 
[-II.] I Translated from | an Indian Manuscript, | written by | 
a Bramin. | Printed by T. C. Gushing; \ and sold by Gushing and 
Garlton, \ at the Bible, Essex Street, Salem. \ 1795. | i2mo, pp. 144. 

AAS., JCB. 90284 

[Stanhope.] The | Economy | of | Human Life. | Trans- 
lated I from an Indian Manuscript, | written | by an Antient Bra- 
min. I To which is prefixed | An Account of the Manner in which 
the said | Manuscript was discovered. | If [sic] a Letter, | From an 
English Gentleman residing in | China, to his Friend in England. 
Printed at Leominster, (Massachusetts) \ by Gharles Prentiss. 
1797. I i2mo, pp. 84. AAS., c. 90285 

Includes only the first part. 

[Stanhope.] The Oeconomy of Human Life. In two parts. ' 
Translated from an Indian manuscript, written by an ancient ; 
Bramin, To which is prefixed, an account of the manner in which I 
the said manuscript was discovered. In a letter from an English i 
gentleman residing in China, to the Earl of *******, Wilmington: . 
Printed by Peter Brynherg. 1797. 90286 | 

Title from Evans. | 

Included in the "Gentleman's Pocket Library," Boston, 1794. aas. j 

German translations were published in Philadelphia in 1809, c, nyp., and at j 

Allentown, in 1813, and 1814, c. : 

[Stanhope.] Principles of Politeness. For the editions of this i 
adaptation of the Letters, see the chronological arrangement under : 
that title. i 

Stanhope. Select Letters, 1778. See the chronological ar-| 
rangement of editions of the Letters, above. j 

[Stanhope (Philip Henry Stanhope)], S^h earl History of 
England from the Peace of Utrecht to the Peace of Aix-la-Cha- 
pelie. By Lord Mahon. . . . London: John Murray, Albemarle 
Street, mdcccxxxvi [-1854.] [Verso of title:] London: Printed 
by A. Sfoftiswoode, New-Street-Square. 7 vols., 8vo, pp. xii, 548,1 
appendix Ixxxviii; xi, 392, appendix Ixxvii, (i); xv, (i), blank! 
recto, (i), 563, appendix Ixxx, plate and 3 facsimiles; xv, 527,1 



STANHOPE. 171 

appendix liv; xvi, 500, appendix xliii, (i); xvi, 501, (i), appen- 
dix xliii, ( I ) ; XV, 515, appendix and index Ixxi, ( I ) . 

BA., BM., C, NYP. 90287 

Titles of vols. 1—3 as above, with the addition of the words, "in three volumes," in 
the second and third. 

Title of vols. 4—6: History of England from the Peace of Utrecht. 

Title of vol. 7: History of England from the Peace of Utrecht to the Peace of 
Versailles. ... In seven volumes. 

The printer's imprint varies slightly in vols. 5—7. 

A slip is inserted between preliminary pp. iv and v of vol. 5, stating that the author 
and publisher had permission to use the then unpublished Grenville diary and papers. 

The appendices contain documents. 

[Stanhope.] History of England from the Peace of Utrecht 
to the Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle. By Lord Mahon. In three vol- 
umes. . . . Second edition, revised. London: John Murray y Albe- 
marle Street. MDCCCxxxix. [Verso of title:] London: F Anted by 
A. Sfottiswoodej New-Street-Square. 3 vols., 8vo, pp. xii, 548, 
appendix xciii, (i); xii, 427, appendix Ixxxiv; xii, 532, appendix 
Ixxviii, erratum slip, plate and 3 facsimiles. nyp. 90288 

BM. has Second Edition, London, 1839— 1854, 7 vols., 8vo. 

+ In two volumes. Third edition, revised. . . . Paris: Baudry^s 
European Library , 3, Quai Malaquais, near the Pont des Arts, and 
Stassin and Xavier^ 9, Rue du Coq, near the Louvre. Sold also by 
Amyoty Rue de la Paix ; Truchy, Boulevard des Italiens ; Brock- 
haus and Avenarius, Rue Richelieu ; Leo fold Michelsen, Leipzig; 
and by all the frincifal booksellers on the continent. 1 84 1 . [Colo- 
phon:] Paris. — Printed by Fain and Thunot, 28, Rue Racine. 2 
vols., 8vo, pp. (2), v-xi, 436; (2), v-ix, 444. nyp. 

[Stanhope.] History of England from the Peace of Utrecht 
to the Peace of Paris. By Lord Mahon. Edited by Henry Reed, 
Professor of English Literature in the University of Pennsylvania. 
In two volumes. . . . New York: D. Affleton and Co.j 200 Broad- 
way. Philadelphia: George S. Affleton, 164 Chestnut Street. 
MDCCCXLix. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. xxiii, 567; XX, 589. 

C, CU., WHS. 90289 

[Stanhope.] History of England from the Peace of Utrecht 
to the Peace of Versailles. 17 13-1783. By Lord Mahon. In seven 
volumes. — . . . 1713 [— 1783.] Third Edition, revised. London: ^\\/j ^0^) 
John Murray, Albemarle Street. 1 853 [-1854.] {London: A. . '^ 

and G. A. SfottistuoodeyNew-street-Square.l 7 vols., i2mo. O / d 

BM. 90290 

Title from a copy of vol. 7 in nyp., which has no other volumes of this edition. 



b 



172 STANHOPE. 

The collation agrees with the collation of vol. 7 in the following Boston edition, 
except that in the London issue the printers' colophon appears on the verso of p. 
Ixxxiii. 

+ Third edition, revised. Boston: Little, Brown, and Com- 
pany. 1853 ["1854.] 7 vols., i2mo, pp. xi, 366, appendix xlvii; 
xi, 284, appendix cxxi; xi, 357, appendix Ixxix; xv, 351, appendix 
liii; XV, 332, appendix xlix; xii, 330, appendix Ixiii; (4), iii-xii, 348, 
appendix and index Ixxxiii. c, nyp., peab. 

4~ Fourth Edition. London: John Murray, Albemarle Street. 
1853 ["1854]. [Verso of title:] London: Printed by W. Clowes 
and Sons, Stamford Street. J vols., 8vo., pp. xii, 548, appendix 
xlviii; xii, 427, appendix cxxi, (l); xii, 532, appendix Ixxix, (i), 
plate and 3 facsimiles; xvi, 527, appendix liv; xvi, 500, appendix 
xliii, ( I ) ; xvi, 501, ( I ), appendix xliii, ( I ) ; xv, 515, appendix and 
index Ixxi, ( I ) . c, nyp._, peab. 

Verso of title of vol. 4: London: Spottiszvoodes and Shaw, Nezv-street-Square. 

Collation of the above from the nyp. set. As issued in 1853 to 1854, the fourth 
edition contained a new issue of the first four volumes, all dated 1853; and vols. 
5—7 in the original edition, with no edition note on the titles, and dated from 1851— 

1854. 

WLC. has an issue apparently published in 1862, the first four volumes as above, 
but with "Fourth Edition" on the titles of vols. 5—6, which are dated 1862, and 
with vol. 7 in the "Second Edition," published in 1854. 

Series title: Collection of British Authors. Vol. CCLXIX [-CCLXXV]. ... 

-|- Copyright Edition. . . . Leipzig Bernhard Tauchnitz 1853. 
[Colophon:] Printed by Bernhard Tauchnitz. 7 vols., i6mo, 
pp. xii, 426, (i); xii, 408; xii, 447, (i); xiv, 413, (i); xiv, 392, 
(l); xii, 404; xiv, 436, (l). B., nyp. 

-\- Fifth Edition, Revised. London: John Murray, Albem,arle 
Street. 1858. [Verso of half title:] London: Printed by Sfottis- 
woode and Co., New-Street Square and Parliament Street. 7 vols., 
i6mo, pp. (4), iii— xi, 366, appendix xlvii; xi, 284, appendix cxxi, 
( I ) ; xi, 357, appendix Ixxix, ( i ) ; xv, 351, appendix liii, ( i ) ; xv, 
332, appendix xlix, (i); xii, 330, appendix Ixiii, (i); (4), iii-xii, 
348, appendix and index Ixxxiii. B., cu., nyp. 

For a review of the American section of this work, see [Palfrey (J. G.)], no. 
58325, vol. 14. See also, Force (Peter), no. 25054, vol. 6, aas.; Reed (W. B.), no. 
68621, vol. 16; and Sparks (Jared), no. 89004, vol. 22. 

The other historical writings of Lord Mahon, containing less of American interest, 
are not listed here. 

[Stanhope.] Letter to Jared Sparks, Esq.; being a rejoinder 
to his "Reply to the strictures of Lord Mahon and others on the 
mode of editing the writings of Washington." By Lord Mahon. 



STANHOPE. 



173 



London: John Murray ^ Albemarle Street. 1852. [Verso of 
title:] London: Sfottiswoodes andShawyNew-street-Square. 8vo, 

PP- 32- B., BA., BM., C, HEH., M., NYH., NYP., Y. 9029I 

Stanhope [(William)]. A | Continuation | of | the Letters | 
Of Collonel Stanhope His Brittannick Majesty Ambassa- | dour in 
Spain and the Marquis de Pozobueno His | Catholick Majesty, Am- 
bassadour in London. | With | Some Remarks upon the conduct of 
the Brittish Ministry | in the present situation of affaires in Europe. | 
[Madrid? 1727? ] Svo, pp. 19. JCB. 90292 

A continuation of: 

The Letters | Of the Marquis de la Paz Secretary of State to His | Catholick Maj- 
esty, and Colonell Stanhope Ambas- | sadadour of His Brittannick Majesty. | With | 
Some Remarks upon the conduct of the Brittish Ministry | in the present Posture of 
the affairs of Europe. I [A/a^r/i? 1726?] jcb. Improved title of no. 59332, vol. 14. 

According to information supplied from jcb., the Letters and the Continuation 
treat of the troubles with Spain arising out of the rights of trading and navigation 
claimed by the British in the West Indies. The latter work relates also to the sending 
of a squadron to the West Indies under the command of Admiral Hosier. 

Stanhope Burleigh. The Jesuits in our Homes. A novel. By 
Helen Dhu [peud.]. New York: Stringer ^ Townsend, 222 
Broadway, mdccclv. i2mo, pp. 406. Added engraved title page 
and frontispiece. AAs., c, cu., nyp. 90293 

Halkett and Laing attribute the work to Charles Edward Lester on the authority of 
Gushing, and state that it has also been ascribed to Helen Black. 

Staniford (Daniel). A Sermon, delivered at the East Meet- 
ing House in Boscawen, on Lord's Day, March 3, 1805, a few days 
previous to the Annual Town Meeting. By Daniel Staniford, a.m. 
Licentiate for the Gospel Ministry. Concord: Printed by George 
Hough. Afril — 1805. 8vo, pp. 33. aas., ba., bm., c. 90294 

Staniford. A Short but Comprehensive [ Grammar, | ren- 
dered I Simple and Easy | by | Familiar Questions and Answers; | 
adapted to the capacity of | Youth, | and designed | For the Use of 
Schools and private Families. | To which is added, | An Appendix, | 
comprehending a List of Vulgarisms and grammatical Im- | pro- 
prieties, used in common Conversation by Persons of | different 
Societies. | By Daniel Staniford, a.m. | Published according to Act 
of Congress. | Boston: \ Printed by Manning & Loring, for the 
Author. I Jan. 1 797. | l2mo, pp. 84. H. 90295 

Other undated editions have been located as follows: Second, with preface dated 
Jan. 1st, I 800, AAS. i Third, preface dated July, 9, 1807, aas., c; Fourth, preface as 
in the third, aas., ba., nyh. 

Staniford was the compiler of "The Art of Reading," first published in Boston in 



174 STANISLAUS. 

1800. AAs., H.J and later in many editions of which the best set located is at aas, 
ending with the twelfth, issued in 181 7. 

He also published editions of "Staniford's Practical Arithmetic," Boston 1818, and 
1820. 

Stanislaus (Francis Alexander). See Wimpffen (Francis 
Alexander Stanislaus), baron de. 

[Stanley (Charles)], %th earl of Derby. The | Jesuites Policy 
to I Suppress Monarchy, | Proving out of their Writings | that the 
Protestant Religion | is | a sure Foundation | and | Principle | of | a 
True Christian. | Written by a Person of Honor. | London, | 
Printed for William Cademan, at the Pofe^s Head in the Lower 
Walk I of the New-Exchange, 1 67 8. | Square 8vo, pp. (8), 27. 

HEH., JCB. 90296 

According to a letter of Henry N. Stevens, dated March 21, 1922, "This very rare 
piece is known to have been written by Charles Stanley eighth Earl of Derby, because 
part of the matter was included in a book entitled "The Protestant Religion is a 
sure foundation" which he published under his own name in 1671. The Jesuites 
Policy seems to be quite unknown as an item of Americana. ... It contains a trans- 
lation of the famous Bull of Pope Alexander addressed to Ferdinand and Isabella 
dated Rome 4th day of the Nones of May 1493. This Bull refers to the discoveries 
lately made by Christopher Columbus, and grants to Ferdinand and Isabella all firm 
lands and islands discovered, or to be discovered, west of a line drawn from Pole to 
Pole one hundred leagues west from the Islands commonly called De los Azeres. The 
pamphlet also relates much to the idolatry secretly practised by the Indians in Mexico 
notwithstanding the efforts made to convert them to Christianity." 

Information supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. 

Stanley. The Protestant Rehgion is a sure Foundation and 
principle of a True Christian, and a Good Subject, a Great Friend 
to Humane Society; and a Grand Promoter of all Virtues, Both 
Christian and Moral. The Second Edition. London: W. Cademan. 
167 1. 4to. BM. 90297 

Contains Pope Alexander's Bull, addressed to Ferdinand and Isabella, and the 
account of the Indians in Mexico, described in the note on the preceding title. 
Title from the catalogue for a sale at Sotheby's, April 23-24, 1923, lot no. 516. 

Stanley (Charles Henry). Morphy's match games; being a 
full and accurate account of his most astounding successes abroad, 
defeating, in almost every instance, the chess celebrities of Europe. 
Edited, with copious and valuable notes, by Charles Henry Stanley 
. . . New York: R. M. De Witt. [cof. 1859.] i6mo, pp. 108. 
Frontispiece portrait. C, nyp., Y. 90298 

Stanley (Clinton W.). Memorial of the Class graduated at 
Dartmouth College, July, 1 849 ; with record of its class-meetings, 
July 1859 ^""i J^ly 1869. Also biographical sketches for the first 
twenty years of the class history of all who graduated in it. Pre- 



STANLEY (c. W.). I 75 

pared at the request and for the use of the class by Ch'nton W. Stan- 
ley, permanent secretary. Manchester: William Ellery Moore, 
Printer, 30 Manchester Street. 1 8 70. 8vo, pp. 63. whs. 90299 

Title supplied by Iva A. Welsh. 

Stanley (E. S.). Life's Perilous Places. By Rev. E. S. ^t2Ln- 
hy . ..Hartford: Press of Case, Lockwood and Co. [iSS^.] Small 
4to, pp. 30. BU., c. 90300 

In verse. 

Stanley. A Sermon on Civil Government, and the Relative 
Duties of Subjects. Preached at Fisherville, Connecticut, Septem- 
ber 26, 1861. go30j 

Title from Bartlett's "Literature of the Rebellion," 1866. 

Stanley (Edward), bishof of Norwich. A Sermon preached 
before the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign 
Parts. London. 1843. 8vo. bm. + Second Edition. London. 
1843- 8vo. BM. 90302 

In the list of the annual S. P. G. sermons given in the old jcb. printed catalogue 
under the year 1754, this sermon was said not to have been printed. 

Stanley [(Edward George Geoffrey Smith)], i4,th earl of 
Derby. . . . The Canada corn bill. Lord Stanley's speech, in the 
House of Commons, on Friday, May 19 . . . Published by W. E. 
Painter, Church & State Gazette Office, 342, Strand. [London. 
1843.] 8vo, pp. 16. BM., WHS. 90303 

With heading: "By authority." Caption title. Supplied by Annie A. Nunns. 

Stanley. The Stanley-Pope Discussion; being the entire cor- 
respondence between Lord Stanley, m.p., and S. Pope, Esq., Hon. 
Sec. United Kingdom Alliance; with remarks of the leading jour- 
nals. Manchester: William Bremner, I Sy Piccadilly : London: F. 
Pitman, 20, Paternoster Row; Liverpool: A. Dewar, 35, Dale 
5^r^^^; [1856.] i2mo,pp. 16. NYP. 90304 

The last letter is dated on p. lo, September 26, 1856. Cover title: "The Famous 
Mame-Law Discussion ..." 

Stanley (E[dward Henry] ), isth earl of Derby. Claims and 
Resources of the West Indian Colonies. A Letter to the Rt. Hon. 
W. E. Gladstone, m.p. late Secretary of State for the Colonies. By 
the Hon. E. Stanley, m.p. London: T. & W. Boone, 29, New 
Bond Street. 1 850. [Colophon:] G. Norman, Printer, Maiden, 
Lane Covent Garden. 8vo,pp. iii. b. + Second Edition. [Same 
imprints, date and collation.] nyp. + Third Edition. [Same im- 
prints, date and collation.] BM., nyh. 90305 



176 STANLEY (e. H.). 

Stanley. Farther Facts connected with the West Indies. A 
Second Letter to the Rt. Hon. W. E. Gladstone, m.p. ... By Lord 
Stanley, m.p. London: T. &' W. Boone, 29, New Bond Street. 
1 85 I. [Colophon:] G. Norman, Printer, Maiden Lane, Covent 
Garden. 8vo, pp. (2), 124. BM., nyh., nyp., P. + Second Edi- 
tion. [Same imprint, date and collation.] y. 90306 

[Stanley.] Six Weeks in South America. By E. H. S. Printed 
for private circulation. [Verso of title:] London: T. and W. 
Boone, Bond street. [1850.] 8vo, pp. iv, 132, (4). 

Preface dated: June loth, 1850. BM., C, NYH., NYP., Y. 90307 

Stanley (George). George Stanley; or. Life in the Woods. 
See Geikie (J. C), no. 26841, vol. 7. B., BM. 

AAS. has an edition of the work with title, Adventures in Canada; or, Life in the 
Woods, Philadelphia, n. d. 

Stanley (George W[ashington] ). An Oration, delivered at 
Wallingford, April 4, 1 8 14; in Celebration of the Late Glorious 
Events in Europe; which have resulted in the Overthrow of the 
Tyrant of France, and the Restoration of Civil Liberty to the En- 
slaved Nations of the Continent; and which open to our distressed 
country an animating prospect of Returning Peace, Honour and 
Prosperity. By George W. Stanley. . . . New-Haven, Printed and 
fublished by Oliver Steele. 18 14. 8vo, pp. 31. 

AAS., BA., CU., H., UTEX., Y. 90308 

Stanley. An Oration, delivered at Wallingford, August 8th. 
1805. In Commemoration of the Independence of the United 
States. By George W. Stanley, Esq. Published by request, and at 
the expence of a number of Gentlemen who were present at the 
Celebration. From Sidney^ s Press, New-Haven, 1805. 8vo, pp. 22. 

AAS., BA., BM., C, GTS., HEH., NYH., Y. 9O3O9 
For biographical sketch, see Dexter's Yale Graduates, vol. 5, 191 1, p. 89—90. 

Stanley. An Oration, delivered February 22d, 1815 at the 
Anniversary Celebration of the Birth-Day of George Washington, 
by the Washington Benevolent Society, established at Wallingford. 
By George W. Stanley, Esq. President of the Society. . . . New- 
Haven, Printed by Oliver Steele. 1 8 15. 8vo, pp. 29. 

BA., HEH., NYH., Y. 903IO 

Stanley (Harvey). Pilate and Herod: a tale illustrative of the 
early history of the Church of England, in the province of Mary- 



STANLEY (henry). I'J'J 

land ... By Rev. Harvey Stanley . . , Philadelfhta: H. Hooker. 
1853. 2 vols., 1 2mo, pp. 284; 283. c, UP. 9031 1 

Stanley (Henry), ^(^. The East and the West. 5^^no.2i64i, 
vol. 6. BM. 

Stanley (Henry Edward John). See Stanley of Alderley 
(Henry Edward John Stanley). 

Stanley (John). The Life of Benjamin Franklin; with selec- 
tions from his miscellaneous works. By John Stanley. Illustrated 
by Newton Fielding. London. 1849. i6mo,pp. 166. BM. 90312 

Stanley (J[ohn] M[ix] ). Catalogue of Pictures, in Stanley & 
Dickerman's North American Indian Portrait Gallery; J. M. Stan- 
ley, artist. Cincinnati: Printed at the "Daily Enquirer Office. ^^ 
1846. 8 vo, pp. (2), 5-34. Folded list, c, nyp., whs., Y. 90313 

Some copies have a folded list of items in the gallery, numbered 84—134, pasted on 
the blank leaf following p. 34. This collection of portraits was destroyed by fire 
in 1865. 

Stanley. Portraits of North American Indians, with sketches 
of scenery, etc., painted by J. M. Stanley. Deposited with the Smith- 
sonian Institution. Washington: S?nithsonian Institution. Decem- 
bery 1852. [Verso of title:] Philadelphia: Collins, Printer, 705 
Jayne Street. [Colophon:] Stereotyped by L. Johnson &? Co. 
Philadelphia. 8vo, pp. 76. 

B., BM,, C, CU., H., HEH., NYP., P., WHS., Y. 9O314 
Forms article 3 in "Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections," vol. 2, 1862. 

Stanley (M[ortimer] D.). The Life of General M. D. Stan- 
ley an American Militia General: the celebrated Roue, Swindler, 
Pickpocket, and Murderer. Who was executed at Vienna, Austria, 
September 17, 1853. Comprising details of bold deeds, daring ad- 
ventures, and thrilling scenes in the Career of a Villain. Published 
by A. R. Or ton. Baltimore, Philadelphia, Cincinnati and St. Louis. 
1855. 4to, pp. (2), 23—49, (i), including illustrations. Frontis- 
piece portrait. ba., nyh. 90315 

Stanley {Mrs. Ruth). The Religious Experience and Coun- 
sels of Mrs. Ruth Stanley, late of Shaftsbury, deceased. Dedicated 
to her children. Bennington: Printed by A. Hasw ell. l8o2. 90316 

Title from Oilman's "Bibliography of Vermont," 1897. 

[Stanley (S.)]. An Essay on the Manufacture of Straw Bon- 
nets. See no. 22963, vol. 6. c, H. 

Attributed to Stanley in C. F. Libbie & Go's catalogue for the Manson sale of 
February 14-17, 1899, lot no. 224. 



178 STANLEY (tHOMAs). 

S[tanley] (T[homas]). A | Cool Reply | to a | Calm Ad- 
dress, I Lately Published by Mr. John Wesley; | By T. S. | . . . | 
London: | Printed for the Author ^ and sold by \ J. PLummery No. 
100, Fenchurch- | Street; and to be had at No. 100, | Btshofs gate- 
Street Within. 1775. I i2mo, pp. 33. NYP., WLC. -f The Second 
Edition. I By T. S. I ... I [Same imprint, date and collation.] 

JCB., WLC. 90317 

Title of the second edition supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. See Wesley (John), 
"A Calm Address to our American Colonies," for the work to which this is a reply, 
and which itself was a condensation from Samuel Johnson's "Taxation no tyranny," 
our no. 36303, vol. 9. 

Stanley (William). A [ Sermon | Preach'd before the | So- 
ciety I for the I Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign | Parts, | At 
the Parish Church of | St. Mary le Bow, | February 20th, 1703. | 
By William Stanley, d.d. | Dean of St. Asaph. | London^ \ Printed 
and Sold by J. Downing, in Bartholomew-Close \ near West- 
Smithfield, 1 708. | Small 4to, pp. (2), 26. JCB., nyp. 90318 

Stanley. A | Sermon | Preach'd before the | Society ] for the | 
Propagation of the Gospel in | Foreign Parts, | At the Parish Church 
of I St. Mary le Bow, | February 20th, 170!. | By William Stanley, 
D.D. I Dean of St. Asaph. | London, | Printed and Sold by J. Down- 
ing in Bartholomew- | Close near West-Smith field, 1 708. | 8vo, 
pp. 16. BM., HEH. 90319 

Stanley of Alderley (Henry Edward John Stanley), i^rd 
baron, ed. See Pigafetta (Antonio), no. 62806, vol. 15. ba., bm., 

C, CU., H., NYP., Y. 

Stanly (Edward). Arguments of the Hon. Edward Stanly, 
of counsel for the receiver, and T. W. Park, Esq., of counsel for 
Alvin Adams, with the charge of the court, at the trial of Alfred A. 
Cohen on a charge of embezzlement, in the case of Adams & Co., 
by H. M. Naglee, receiver, versus Alfred A. Cohen, in the District 
Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the state of Cahfornia. Hon. 
John S. Hager, presiding, March, 1856. San Francisco. 1856. 
8vo, pp. 67. HEH., M. + [San Francisco. 1856.] 8vo, pp. 96. 

Title of the 67 pp. edition supplied by Willard O. Waters. NYP. 9032O 

Stanly. Correspondence between Edward Stanly and Harry 
S.Clark, [n. f. 1845.] 8vo, pp. 11. ba. 90321 

Caption title. Letters dated in 1844, and 1845, relating to a quarrel between the 
two which arose when they were employed as counsel on opposing sides of a suit. 
Several of the letters were written from Washington, North Carolina. 



STANLY ( Edward). 179 

Stanly. The Galphin Claim. Speech of Mr. E. Stanly, of 
North Carolina, in the House of Representatives, Saturday, July 6, 
1850. [Washington. 1 850.] 8vo, pp. 8. B., c, nyp. + Second 
Edition. [Washington. 1850.] 8vo. 90322 

Caption title. The second edition is listed in the catalogue of the New York State 
Library, 1861. 

Stanly. Letter from Hon. Edward Stanly, Military Governor 
of North Carolina, to Col. Henry A. Gilliam, refuting certain 
charges and insinuations made by Hon. George E. Badger, in behalf 
of the Southern Confederacy. [Newbern? 1862.] 8vo, pp. 10. 

AAS., C, H., HEH., M. 90323 

Caption title: Dated: Newbern, July 17th, 1862. 

Stanly. Letter from Mr. Stanly, of N. C. to Mr. Botts, of 
Virginia. [Washington. 1 840.] 8vo, pp. 7. 

C, VA.STATE LIB. 90324 
Caption title. Dated: Washington City, Sept. 23d, 1840. 

Stanly. A Military Governor among Abolitionists. A Letter 
from Edward Stanly to Charles Sumner. New York. 1865. 8vo, 
pp. 48. aas., b., c, m., minnhs.j nyp. 90325 

Stanly. Remarks of Edward Stanly, of North Carolina, upon 
the Motion to print the report of the Committee appointed to investi- 
gate the causes of the late duel. Delivered in the House of Repre- 
sentatives, April 28, 1838. Washington: Printed by Gales and 
Seaton. 1838. 8vo, pp. 8. c. 90326 

Relates to the duel between Jonathan Cilley and Wm. J. Graves, in which the 
former was killed. Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Stanly. Remarks of Hon. E. Stanly, of North Carolina, in the 

House of Representatives, February 1 1, 1852, in reply to Mr. Gid- 

dings, of Ohio. [On p. 7:] Printed at the Congressional Globe 

Office. [Washington. 1852.] 8vo, pp. 7. B., BA., Y. 90327 

Caption title. 

Stanly. Remarks of Mr. Stanly, (of North Carolina,) in Com- 
mittee of the Whole House of Representatives, on the 25th day of 
August 1841. [Washington. 1841.] 8vo,pp. 7. €.,1^.90328 

Caption title. 

Stanly. Report to the House of Representatives of the United 
States of America, vindicating the rights of Charles T. Jackson to 
the discovery of the anaesthetic effects of ether vapor, and disproving 
the claims of W. T. G. Morton to that discovery. Presented to the 



l80 STANLY (eDWARd). 

House of Representatives of the United States, on the 28th of 
August, 1852. By Hon. Edward Stanly, of North Carohna, and 
Hon. Alexander Evans, of Maryland, members of the select com- 
mittee on the ether discovery. Printed by authority of the minority 
of the committee. [Washington. 1852.] 8vo, pp. 57. c, NYP., 
WHS. + [Verso of title:] Boston: Electrotyfed and Printed by 
Randy Avery, & Frye. [1852.] 8vo, pp. 57. aas., c. 90329 

Cover title of the first issue: "Congressional Report of Hon. Edward Stanley ... 
and Hon. Alexander Evans ... on the Ether Discovery, thirty-second congress, first 
session, 1852," and of the second issue: "The Ether Discovery." Title of the second 
issue supplied by Ernest Kletsch. Copies of either the first or second are located also 
at B., BA., BM., and h. 

Stanly. Sketch of the Remarks of Mr. Stanly, on the Bill 
"Making Appropriations for the Civil and Diplomatic Expenses of 
the Government for the year 1 840." Delivered in the House of 
Representatives, April 29, 1840. [n. p. 1840.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

Caption title. AAS., C. 9O329A 

Stanly. Sketch of the Remarks of Mr. Stanly, on the Branch 
Mint in North Carolina; together w^ith extracts from the speeches 
of Messrs. Everett, Morgan, and Reed, exposing various abuses in 
the expenditures of the public money. Washington: Printed by 
Gales and Seaton. 1840. 8vo, pp. 16. P. 90330 

Stanly. Speech of Edw. Stanly, of North Carolina, establish- 
ing proofs that the abolitionists are opposed to Gen. Harrison, and 
that Gen. Harrison is opposed to their "unconstitutional efforts." 
Delivered in the House of Representatives, April 1 3, 1 840. [ Wash- 
ington? 1840.] 8vo, pp. 24. c. 90331 

Caption title. 

Stanly. Speech of Edward Stanly, of N. Carolina, exposing the 
causes of the slavery agitation. Delivered in the House of Repre- 
sentatives, March 6, 1850. [Colophon:] Gideon & Co., Printers, 
Ninth street, Washington. [1850.] 8vo, pp. 16. 

Caption title. AAS., B., BA., C, CU., H., M., NYP., WHS., Y. 9O332 

Stanly. Speech of Edward Stanly, of North Carolina, defend- 
ing the Whig Party from the charge of increasing the expenditures 
of government: made in Committee of the Whole, House of Rep- 
resentatives, March 17th, 1842. [Washington. 1 842.] 8vo, 
pp. 15- c.,Y. 90333 

Caption title. Supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 



STANLY ( Edward). l8i 

Stanly. Speech of Edward Stanly, of North CaroHna, in reply 
to Dr. Duncan, of Ohio; the Defender of the Administration; the 
"Dear Sir" of Levi Woodbury, and the Pet of the Globe; in which 
the Anti-Slavery Letter of Dr. Duncan is examined. Delivered 
in House of Representatives, January 17, 1839. [Washington. 
1839.] 8vo, pp. 8. c.,Y. 90334 

Caption title. Supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Stanly. Speech of Hon Edward Stanly, of North Carolina, on 
the Indian Appropriation Bill, delivered in the House of Represen- 
tatives of the U. S., June 12th, 1852. Washington: Gideon ^ 
Co., Printers, 1852. 8vo, pp. 16. B., BA., cu., m., whs._, y. 90335 

Stanly. Speech of Mr. Stanly, of North Carolina, on Abolition 
Petitions. Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 16, 
1840. [Washington. 1840.] 8vo, pp. 16. 
Caption title. B., BA., C, M., NYH., UTEX. 90336 

Stanly. Speech of Mr. Stanly, of North Carolina, on the Gen- 
eral Appropriation Bill. Delivered in the House of Representatives, 
February 18, 1841. Washington: Printed at the Intelligencer 
Office 1841. 8vo, pp. 27. c., M. 90337 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

[Stanly.] To the People of the state of North Carolina. 
[Washington. 1840.] 8vo, pp. 7. C. 90338 

Caption title. Signed by Ed. Stanly, Lewis Williams, Ed. Deberry, and K. Rayner, 
and dated, Washington City, June, 1840. An answer to a circular issued by W. 
Montgomery and M. T. Hawkins. 

Stanly. To the People of Tyrrell, Washington, Hyde, Pitt, 
Beaufort and Edgecombe Counties, North Carolina. [Washing- 
ton. 1842-] 8vo, pp. 12. BA.,M.,Y. 90339 

Caption title. Signed and dated on p. ii: "Edw. Stanly, Washington City, March, 
1843." Contains a sketch "of what has been done, by the twenty-seventh Congress, 
of what has been left undone, and the causes of the failure," by a representative of the 
third congressional district of North Carolina, which had just ceased to exist because 
of reapportionment. 

[Stanly (John)]. [A letter to his constituents. Washing- 
ton. 1802.] 8vo, pp. 24. BA., NYH., NYP. 90340 

Dated at head of p. i, "City of Washington, May i, i8o2,» and signed at the end, 
"John Stanly." 

[Stanly.] [A letter to his constituents. Newbern. 1809.] 
^^°'PP- II- NYH. 90341 

Dated at head of p. 1, "Newbern, loth July, 1809," and signed at the end, "John 
Stanly." •' 

VOL. XXIIL 12 



1 82 STANLY (jOHn). 

■I 

[Stanly.] [A letter to his constituents. Newbern. 1810.] 
Svo, pp. 28. NYH. 90342 

Dated at head of p. i, "Newbern, May loth, 1810," and signed at the end, "John 
Stanly." 

Stanly. Mr. Stanly's Speech, on the question of extending the 
charters and enlarging the capitals of the Newbern and Cape Fear 
Banks; delivered in the House of Commons of the Legislature of \ 
North Carolina, Saturday, December 1 1, 1813. [Colophon:] ' 
Raleigh: Printed at the Minerva Office, by A. Lucas, who executes j 
every sfecies of letter-fress frinting, with accuracy, neatness and j 
desfatch. [1813.] 8vo, pp. 21, (i ). nyh. 90343 1 

Caption title. , 

Stanly. Mr. Stanly's Speech, on the Resolutions, approbating ' 
the conduct of Mr. Madison, submitted by Mr. Brown, of Caswell. \ 
House of Commons, N. C. Dec. 1815. Raleigh: Printed by A.\ 
Lucas. [1815.] i2mo, pp. 33. nyh. 90344 ! 

Stanly. Speech of Mr. Stanly on the Bill for renewing thej 
Charter of the Bank of the United States. In the House of Repre-j 
sentatives, Jan. 24, 1811. [Washington. 1811.] Svo, pp. 10. { 

Caption title. NYH. 9O345 j 

[Stanly.] To the Electors of the Counties of Johnston, Wayne, | 

Greene, Lenoir, Jones, Craven, and Carteret Gentlemen, . . .\ 

[Newbern. 1808.] 4to, pp. (2). nyh. 903461 

Caption title. Signed and dated at the end, John Stanly. Newbern June 7, 1808. ! 

! 

[Stanly.] ... To the Electors of the Counties of Johnston,! 
Wayne, Greene, Lenoir, Jones, Craven and Carteret. [Newbern.^^ 
1808.] 4to,pp. 28. nyh. 90347, 

Caption title. With heading: "Newbern, 28th July, 1808." Signed at the end -.j 
John Stanly. In answer to a pamphlet with the same caption, signed by William, 
Blackledge, and dated, 23 July, 1808, [Netvbern. 1808.], i2mo, pp. 26, (4). Nyh. | 

[Stanly.] To the Freemen of the Counties of Carteret, Craven,j 
Jones, Lenoir, Greene, Wayne and Johnston. [Newbern. 1803.]^ 
Folio, pp. (4). NYH. 90348 

Caption title. Signed and dated, John Stanly, Newbern, August 3, 1803. 

[Stanly.] To the Freemen of the Counties of Johnston, Wayne,: 
Greene, Lenoir, Jones, Craven and Carteret, composing the 4thl 
Election District. [Newbern. 1803.] 4^0, pp. 7- nyh. 90349! 

Caption title. Signed and dated at the end, John Stanly, Newbern, July 1 8, 1803. j 



I STANLY (jOHn). 1 83 

j [Stanly.] To the Publick. [Newbern. 1808.] 410, pp. (3). 
I NYH. 90350 

I Caption title. Signed and dated at foot of p. [2], John Stanly, July 30th, 1808. 

i Stanly (John Wright). John Wright Stanly's | Reply | to 
lA Few Observations, | lately published | By Jonathan Cowpland. 
Philadelphia: | Pnnted in the Month of June, 1 769. | i2mo, pp. 22, 
|errata(i). JCB., nyh. 90351 

f Hildeburn supplies the name of Henry Miller as printer. 

j [Stanly.] Remarks | on | Scurrility and Oppression. | Phila- 

\del'phta: \ Printed in the Year mdcclxix. | 8vo, pp. 8. 

j c, JCB., NYH. 90352 

! Signed: "J. W. Stanly. Sept. 26th, 1768. Philadelphia Goal." 

I Stanly. A | State | of the | Accounts and Disputes betwixt | 
Jonathan Cowpland | and | John Wright Stanly. | . . . Philadel- 
fhta, I Printed by Henry Miller , in Second-Street. M DCC LXVIII. | 
ISvo, pp. 20. c. 90353 

> Signed, J. W. Stanly, and dated, Philadelphia Jail, August I, 1768. Title supplied 
[by Ernest Kletsch. 

^ [Stanmore] (Arthur Hamilton-Gordon), 1^2? Z'.s'row. Wilder- 
mess Journeys in New Brunswick. 5^^ Gordon (A. H),no. 27968, 
ivol. 7. c. 

|. Stannage (John). Annual Address to his Friends in Jersey 
and other places. Jersey. 1851. 8vo, pp. 10. 90354 

] This and the following title from Morgan's "Bibliotheca Canadensis," 1867. 

Stannage. Some Account of the Mission of St. Margarets Bay, 
;Nova Scotia. Jersey. 1844. 8vo, pp. 20. 90355 

[Stansberry ( )]. The Town Meeting; a tory squib. 

;From the copy found among the papers of Edward Duffield, of 
iMoreland. Philadelphia. 1837. PP- 8. 90356 

1^ " '10 copies only printed.' An historical ballad of the proceedings of a town meet- 

jing at Philadelphia, May 24, 25, 1779." 

' Title and note from the h. catalogue card. 

I Stansbury (A. O.). Considerations on the Lawfulness of 
[Lotteries, and the propriety of Christians holding tickets. Ad- 
jdressed to the Assistant New-York Missionary Society, at a meeting, 
jjanuary 11,1813. By A. O. Stansbury, one of the members. New- 
\Y or k: Printed by James Oram. 18 13. 8vo, pp. 15. 

! BA., NYH., WHS. 90357 



184 STANSBURY (a. J.). j 

I 

Stansbury (Arthur J[oseph]). A Charity Sermon, delivered; 
before the Dorcas Society, at the Presbyterian Meeting-House in the \ 
Village of Newburgh, January 28, 18 16. By Arthur J. Stansbury. j 
Printed by Ward M. Gazlay,Newburgh: 1 8 16. 8vo, pp. 12. 

B., C, HEH., NYH. 90358 j 



Stansbury. The Christian Duty of Spreading the Scriptures:! 
a Sermon, delivered before the Orange Bible and Tract Society, at! 
their annual meeting, in June, 18 14. By Arthur Joseph Stansbury, j 
Minister of the Gospel. New-York: Published by Whiting ^ \^ 
Watson, No. 96 Broadway. J. Seymour j frinter. 1 8 14. 8vo, I 

pp. 24. B., NYH., UTS. 90359: 

The appendix, pp. 20-24, gives a history of the society, and the constitution. | 

I 

Stansbury. Elementary Catechism on the Constitution of the! 
United States. For the use of Schools. By Arthur J. Stansbury,; 
Boston: Hilliard, Gray, Little, and Wilkins. 1828. [Verso ofj 
title:] /. B. Russell, Printer. i2mo, pp. 78. BA., c. [Same title! 
imprint.] 1 83 1 . [Verso of title :] Printed by I. R. Butts — Boston.\ 
i2mo, pp. 78. B.,M. 90360, 

Stansbury. God pleading with America. A Sermon, deliv-! 
ered on the late Fast Day, recommended by the American churchesi 
and by the President of the U. States. By Arthur Joseph Stans- 
bury . . . Goshen, N. Y. Printed by T. B. Crowell, 18 13. 8vo, 

pp.23. B.,BA.,C., NYH. 90361; 

Stansbury. The Motives, Aim and Means, of a Gospel Min-; 
ister. A Sermon, preached at Stillwater, on the Ordination of the 
Rev. Mark Tucker, October 8th, 1817. By Arthur Joseph Stans-| 
bury. . . . Albany: Printed by Websters and Skin?iers. 18 17. 8vo,; 
pp.17. B.90362I 

I 

Stansbury. Mourning for the Righteous. A Funeral Sermon,, 
preached in the First Presbyterian Church, Albany, January 30th, 
1820: on the Death of Abraham Eights, a ruling elder of that 
church. By Arthur J. Stansbury. Albany: Printed by Websters 
and Skinners. 1820. 8vo, pp. 16. aas., B. 90363 

[Stansbury.] Report of the proceedings in the District court, 
of the United States ... on a suit by the United States against Daniel 
D.Tompkins. By one of the jury. N.Y. Van Winkle. 1822. 8vo. 
pp.54. .. 90364 

Title from the catalogue card for a copy formerly at b., now missing. i 



STANSBURY (a. J.). igc 

Stansbury. Report of the Trial of James H. Peck. See Peck 

I (J. H.), no. 59476, vol. 14. AAS., B.,BM., C, NYP., Y. 

I Stansbury. Trial and Acquittal of Lyman Beecher. See Trials. 
I 

j Stansbury. Trial of the Rev. Albert Barnes. See Trials. 
I 

! Stansbury. A Valedictory Discourse, delivered by the Rev. 
! Arthur J. Stansbury, at Graham's Church, in the County of Orange, 
and State of New-York; on Sabbath, the i8th of August, 18 16, on 
! resigning the pastoral charge of that church. Printed for the use of 
the congregation. New-York: Printed by George F. Hofkinsy 
\No. 'J 2 William-Street. 1816. 8vo, pp. 30. AAS., B. 90365 

j According: to Appleton, Stansbury's reports of the debates in congress for twenty 
iyears are embodied in Gales and Seaton's "Register of Debates in Congress," 1825- 
|l837, and he also wrote and illustrated books for children. 

1 Stansbury (Charles F[rederick] ). Address delivered before 
the Grand Lodge F. A. A. M. of the District of Columbia, by M.-. 
'W. • . Grand Master Charles F. Stansbury, after his installation on 
;December 27th, 1861. Washington: H. Polkinhorn, Printer. 

'1862. 8vo, pp. 14. C._, MINNHS. 90366 

I Stansbury. Address; delivered by Charles F. Stansbury, at a 
^meeting of the Citizens of Washington, held at the Smithsonian 
jlnstitution, August 17, 1852, for the purpose of taking measures 
to organize a Mechanic's Institute. Washington, D. C. Henry 
IPolkinhorn, frinter. 1852. 8vo, pp. 12. p. 90367 

' Stansbury. Chinese sugar-cane and sugar making; its history, 
culture, and adaptation to the climate, soil and economy of the 
United States. With an account of various processes of manufac- 
l^ring sugar. Drawn from authentic sources. By Charles F. Stans- 
:)nry ... New York: C. M. Saxton and Company. 1857. i2mo, 
3p. 106. Frontispiece. B., bm., us.dept.agric, Y. 90368 

; Stansbury (Elijah). The Life and Times of Hon. Elijah 
Btansbury, an "Old Defender" and Ex-Mayor of Baltimore; to- 
|,^ether with early reminiscences, dating from 1662, and embracing 
ji^Period of 212 Years. Baltimore: Printed by John Murfhy &' 
|>o. 182 Baltimore Street. 1874. i2mo, pp. 298. Frontispiece 
photograph portrait. c, hsp., minnhs., nyh., nyp., y. 90369 

^ Preface signed: Archibald Hawkins. 

j Stansbury (Howard). An Expedition to the Great Salt Lake 
j)f Utah: including a description of its geography, natural history. 




1 86 STANSBURY (hOWARd). 



and minerals, and an analysis of its waters: with an Authentic Ac- 
count of the Mormon Settlement. Illustrated by numerous beau- 1 
tiful plates, from drawings taken on the spot. Also, a reconnoissance j 
of a new route through the Rocky Mountains, and two large and ; 
accurate maps of that region. By Howard Stansbury, captain corps ! 
topographical engineers. United States Army. Philadelphia: Lif- \ 
fincotty Grambo & Co. ^^iS^l-^iCplophon:] Stereotyped by L.\ 
Johnson & Co. Philadelphia. 8vo, pp. 487. 57 plates, three of' 
which are folded, and folded map. B., BM., nyp. + [Same im-j 
print and collation.] 1855. h., nyp., whs. 90370 | 

Accompanied by two large folded maps in a separate volume, some copies having | 
the binder's title, "Maps. Stansbury's Expedition," and some, "Maps. Stansbury's j 
Report." 1 

For the oiRcial edition, see below, . . . Exploration and Survey. , 

Stansbury. An Expedition to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake 1 
of Utah : including a description of its Geography, Natural History, i 
and Minerals, . . .; with an Authentic Account of the Mormon' 
Settlement. London: Sampson, Low, Son & Co. 1852. 2 vols.,] 
8vo. Plates and maps. 9^37 1' 

Title from the Anderson catalogue of the Wilberforce Eames sale, May 17 and 18,' 
190S, no. 1174. A reissue of the American edition with a new title page. | 

Stansbury. . . . Exploration and Survey of the Valley of the] 
Great Salt Lake of Utah, including a reconnoissance of a new route 
through the Rocky Mountains. By Howard Stansbury, captain; 
corps topographical engineers, U. S. Army. . . . Philadelphia: Lip-\ 
pncott, Grambo ^ Co. 1852. [Verso of title:] Printed by T. K.\ 
& P. G. Collins. [Colophon:] Stereotyped by L. Johnson & Co. 
Philadelphia. 8vo, pp. 487. 57 plates, three of which are folded,j 
and folded map. aas., ba., cu., hsp., m., nyp., y. + Washington:] 
Robert Armstrong, Public Printer. 1853. 8vo, pp. 495. 57 plates,. 
three of which are folded, and folded map. \ 

AAS., B., NYH., nyp., PEAB. 90372; 

With heading: "Special Session, March, 1851. Senate. Executive. No. 3." Ac-j 
companied by two large folded maps in a separate volume. 1 

The first issue was published for the use of the Senate, and the second for the House.j 
For unoflicial editions, see above. An Expedition. I 

Stansbury. Die Mormonen-Ansiedlungen, die Felsengebirge 
und der Grosse Salzsee, nebst einer Beschreibung der Auswanderer-. 
Strasse und der interessanten Abenteur dere Auswanderungen nac}i| 
jenen Gegenden. Geschildert auf einer Untersuchungs-Expeditiori 
von Howard Stansbury, Capitain im Corps der geographischen In-| 
genieure (Vereinigte-Staaten-Armee.) Deutsch bearbeitet von Drj 






STANSBURY ( HOWARD ). 1 87 

Kottenkamp. Mit einer Karte. Stuttgart. Franck^sche Verlags- 
handlung. 1854. Square i6mo, pp. viii, 293. Folded map. 

H.,Y. 90373 

[Stansbury.] . . . Table of altitudes in Indiana. [Indiana foils: 
1836.] Svo, pp. II. B.,c. 90374 

With heading: "Senate." The letter of submittal is signed by Howard Stansbury 
and Jesse L. Williams. Reprinted from the "Journal of the Senate of the State of 
Indiana" for January 20, 1836, pp. 463-473. 

Stansbury (Joseph). The Loyal Verses of Joseph Stansbury 
and Doctor Jonathan Odell; relating to the American Revolution. 
Now first edited by Winthrop Sargent. Albany: J. Munsell, 78 CT ^ Q ^ 

State Street, i860. Small 4to, pp. (6), ix-xxi, (2), 199, ( I ). ^— ' 

AAS., B., C, HEH., JCB., NYP., MINNHS., P., WHS., WLC, Y. 90375 

Half title: "Munsell's Historical Series. No. VI." According to Munsell's cata- 
logue, 1872, 150 copies were printed, ten on large paper. 



^7^ 



Stansbury (P[hilip] ). A Pedestrian Tour of Two Thousand 

Three Hundred Miles, in North America. To the Lakes, The ^^ 

Canadas, And the New-England States. Performed in the > { ^'^ 

autumn of 1 82 1. Embellished with Views. By P. Stansbury. New- . ^., "^^ 

York: Published and Sold by J. D. Myers & W. Smith, No. 59 
Fulton Street. i82_3.__^Colophon:] Myers & Smith, frinters. 
No. 70, Frankjort-Street. New-York. i2mo, pp. xii, viii, 13-274. 
9 plates. 

AAS., B., BM., HEH., MINNHS. NYH., NYP., P., WHS., Y. 9O376 

[Stanser (Robert)], fseud. An Examination of the Reverend 
Mr. Burke's Letter of Instruction to the Catholic Missionaries of 
Nova-Scotia, and its Dependencies. Addressed to Christians of every 
Denomination. Halifax: Printed by A. Gay. 1804. Svo, pp. 
95.(0- BA. 90377 

Signed and dated on p. 95: "Robert Stanser. Halifax, March 7th, 1804." Improved 
title of no. 17594, vol. 5, entered under the author. Sir Alexander Croke. See also, 
Remarks, no. 69501, vol. 16. aas., ba., bm., h., nyp. 

Stansfield (F. W. H.). The Life of Gen'l. U. S. Grant, the 
general in chief of the United States Army, by F. W. H. Stansfield 
... New York: T. R. Dawley. [cof. 1864.] i2mo, pp. (4), 

17-104. C.,HEH. 90378 

The introduction is signed, F. W. H. 

Stanton ([Benjamin]). Anniversary of Washington's Birth- 
day. Speech of Lieut. Gov. Stanton, in the Hall of Representatives, 



1 88 STANTON (benjamin). 

February 23, 1 863. Printed at the "Fact'^ office^ Columbus, O. 
[1863.] 8vo, pp. 12. HEH. 90379 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

Stanton. Letter of Lieut. Gov. Stanton, in reply to Hon. Thos. 
Ewing. Columbus: Printed at the Ojjice of the Ohio State Journal. 

1862. 8vo, pp. 25. AAS., BA., C, CU., HEH., WHS. 9O380 

For Ewing's letter, see no. 23331, vol. 6. aas., ba., c, h. 

Stanton. Negro Equality — the right of one man to hold 
property in another — the Democratic party a disunion party — 
the success of the Republican party the only salvation for the country. 
Speech of Hon. Benjamin Stanton, of Ohio. Delivered in the U. S. 
House of Representatives, May 3, i860. [Washington: Repub- 
lican Congressional ComTnittee. i860.] 8vo, pp. 8. C, H. 9038 1 

Caption title. 

Stanton. Speech of Hon. Benjamin Stanton, of Ohio, in the 
House of Representatives, April 23, 1856, on the Power of Con- 
gress to Exclude Slavery from the Territories. [Colophon:] Buell 
^ Blanchardy Printers, Washington, D.C. [ 1 856.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

Caption title. B. 90382 

Stanton. Speech of Mr. Stanton, of Ohio, on the Bill for the 
Increase of the Army, in the House of Representatives, Thursday, 
March II, 1858. Washington, D. C. Buell & Blanchard, Print- 
ers. 1858. 8vo, pp. 8. AAS. 90382A 

Stanton. State of the Union. Speech of the Hon. Benjamin 
Stanton, of Ohio, in the House of Representatives, January 15, 
1 86 1. [Colophon:] Printed by F. H. Sage . . . [Washington. 
1861.] 8vo, pp. 8. H. 90383 

Caption title. 

Stanton. The Tariff. Speech of Hon. B. Stanton, of Ohio. In 
the House of Representatives, February 5, 1857. [Colophon:] 
Washington, D. C. Buell and Blanchard, Printers, 1857. 8vo, 
pp. 7, (i). c. 90384 

Caption title. Supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

See also, Speeches in Reply to charges of Corruption preferred against Hon. William 
W. Welch, no. 89208, vol. 22. 

Stanton (Benj[amin] F[ranklin]). The Apostolic Commis- 
sion. A Sermon, delivered at the Ordination of Rev. Daniel L. 
Carroll. Litchfield, Conn., October 3, 1827. By Benj. F. Stanton, 



STANTON (dANIEl). 1 89 

A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Bethle[he]m. . . . Printed 
by S. S. Smith, Litchfield. 1827. 8vo, pp. 44. 

AAs., B.J c, Y. 90385 

Stanton. Sermon on the National Fast occasioned by the death 
of General Harrison. 1841. 90^86 

Title from Sprague's "Annals of the American Pulpit," vol. 4, i860, p. 525. Also: 
Sermons of the late Rev. Benjamin F. Stanton ... New York: Printed and Pub- 
lished . . . by D. Fanshaw, 575 Broadway. 1848. 8vo, pp. 311. c. 

Stanton (Daniel). A | Journal | of the | Life, Travels, and 

Gospel Labours, | of a | Faithful Minister | of | Jesus Christ, | T\ ^^^^^-^ 

Daniel Stanton, | Late of Philadelphia, in the Province of | Penn- ^L^!/ 

sylvania. | With the Testimony of the Monthly-Meeting of | Friends OH 

in that City concerning him. | . . . | Philadelfhia: \ Printed and sold ^1 ^ ^ H A^ 

by Josef h Crukshank, in Third- \ street, opposite the Work-house. \ —^ ' / ' / flO^ 
MDCCLXXii. I 8vo, pp. xvii, 184, 4, errata (i). 

AAS., B., BM., C, JCB._, NYP., P., WHS., WLC. 90387 

Stanton. A | Journal | of the | Life, Travels, | and | Gos- 
pel Labours, | of a | faithful minister of Jesus Christ, | Daniel 
Stanton, | Late of Philadelphia, in the Province of Pennsylvania, | 
with the I Testimony | Of the Monthly Meeting of Friends in that 
City concerning him. | . . . | Philadelphia printed: \ London re- 
printed I And Sold by James Phillips & Son, \ George Yard, 
Lombard Street. \ I'J^^C). \ l2mo, pp. (4), 120, 119-132. 

BA., BM., JCB., NYH., NYP., Y. 90388 
Reprinted in the "Friends Library," vol. 12, 1848. bm. 

Stanton (Edwin L.). The Case of Rollin White. Brief for 
Mr. White by Edwin L. Stanton. Powell, Ginck &' Co., Prs., 623 
F St. [Washington. 1870.] 8vo, pp. 17. C. 90389 

Dated at the end, "Washington, D. C, March, 1870." Title supplied by Ernest 
Kletsch. 

Stanton (Edwin M[cMasters] ). Argument for the Com- 
plainant, in the case of the State of Pennsylvania, vs. the Wheeling 
and Belmont Bridge Co., and others, by Mr. Edwin M. Stanton, 
in the Supreme Court of the United States. Phonographed by John 
J. McElhone. Philadelphia: Brown's Steam Power Book and Job 
Printing Office, Ledger building. 1852. 8 vo, pp. 37. 

AAS., P. 90390 

Stanton. Florida contested election of United States Senator. 
Argument before the Select Committee of the U. S. Senate, Thurs- 



190 STANTON (eDWIN M.). 

day, June loth, 1852, by Edwin M. Stanton, of counsel for the 
complainant. Reported by Robt. Sutton. Washington: Gideon ■ 
and Co. J Printers. 1852. 8vo, pp. 40. AAS., BA., EM., C. 90391 ; 

Stanton. Opinion upon the Navigation and Possessory Rights 

of the Hudson Bay Company under the Oregon Treaty. By Ed- i 

win M. Stanton. {Pittsburgh? 1848.] 8 vo, cover title and pp. 16. ' 

HEH. 90392 i 

Dated at the end: "Pittsburgh, Dec. 15, 1848." Title supplied by Willard O. j 

Waters. _ I 

Other opinions of Stanton, as Attorney General of the United States in 1861, should j 

be noted. ' 

Stanton. Speech of Mr. Stanton, of Ohio, on the Bill for the j 
Increase of the Army, in the House of Representatives, Thursday, , 
March II, 1858. Washington, D.C. Buell^ Blanchard, Printers, j 
1858. 8vo,pp. 8. UTS. 90393 j 

Stanton. The State of Pennsylvania vs. The Wheeling and , 
Belmont Bridge Company. Supreme Court of the United States, | 
In Chancery, No. 2, Dec. Term, 1849. Mr. Stanton's Argument. ' 

[Washington. 1 849.] 8vo, pp. 32. B. 90394 ; 

I 

Caption title. \ 

Also : Eulogies delivered on the Occasion of the Announcement of the death of i 
Hon. Edwin M. Stanton, Associate Justice Supreme Court of the United States, by j 
Members of the Bar of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia and the United ! 
States Court of Claims. Washington, D. C: Printed by Judd & Detweiler. 1870. : 
8vo, pp. 56. Cover title: "In memory of Edwin M. Stanton." ba., c, nyp. ' 

Stanton (Elizabeth Cady). Address in favor of Universal : 
Suffrage, for the election of delegates to the constitutional conven- ; 
tion. Before the judiciary committees of the legislature of New | 
York, in the Assembly chamber, January 23, 1867, in behalf of the i 
American Equal Rights Association. By Elizabeth Cady Stanton, j 
Albany: Weed, Parsons and Comfany, Printers. 1867. 8vo, | 
pp. 24. j 

AAS., B., BM., C, HEH., HSP., MINNHS., NYP., WHS., Y. 90395 , 
List of officers of the American Equal Rights Association on printed back cover. j 

Stanton. Address of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, on the divorce j 
bill, before the Judiciary Committee of the New York Senate . . . | 
Feb. 8, 1 86 1. Albany: Weed, Parsons and Comfany, Printers.] 
1861. i2mo,pp. 14. B., c, H. 90396 I 

Stanton. Address of Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton, delivered i 
at Seneca Falls & Rochester, N. Y. July 19th & August 2d, 1848. i 



STANTON (ELIZABETH c). lOI 

New York: Robert J. Johnston, Printer, 59 Duane Street. 1 870. 

8vo, pp. 19. C., CU., WHS. 90397 

Issued with "Report of Woman's Rights Convention, held at Seneca Falls, N. Y., 
July 19th & 20th, 1848," and "Proceedings of the Woman's Rights Convention, held 
at . . . Rochester, N. Y., August 2, 1848," with the cover title: Proceedings of the 
Woman's Rights Conventions, held at Seneca Falls & Rochester, . . . July & August, 
1 848. 

Stanton. Address to the Legislature of New-York, adopted by 
the State Woman's Rights Convention, held at Albany, Tuesday 
and Wednesday, February 14 & 15, 1854. Prepared by Elizabeth 
Cady Stanton, of Seneca Falls, N. Y. Albany : Weed, Parsons and 
Comfany. 1854. 8vo, pp. 19. AAS., nyp. + [Same imprint and 
date.] 8vo, pp. 19, (i). nyp. 90398 

In the title of the second issue, "&» between 14 and 15 is changed to "and." An 
appendix appears on the verso of p. 19. Copies of either the first or second issue are 
located at b., bm., c, heh., minnhs., p., whs., and y. 

[Stanton.] Appeal to the Women of New York. [Albany? 
i860.] i2mo, pp. 4. B.,M. 90399 

Caption title. Signed by E. Cady Stanton, President, Lydia Mott, Secretary and 
Treasurer, and three other members of the New York State Woman's Rights Commit- 
tee, and dated, November, i860. 

Stanton. Free Speech : by Elizabeth Cady Stanton, at the fourth 
annual N. Y. State Anti-slavery Convention, at Association Hall, 
Albany, N. Y., February 4th and 5th, 1861. [Albany? 1861.] 
8vo, pp. 4. B^^ c. 90400 

Caption title. 

[Stanton]. "I have all the rights I want." [n.f. 18 — ?] 
Svo, pp. 4. c. 90401 

_ Caption title. The c. copy is signed in ms. at the end, "E. C. Stanton." Informa- 
tion supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

S[tanton]. It is so Unlady-like. By E. C. S[tanton]. [n.f. 
18—?] 8vo,pp. 4. c. 90402 

Caption title. Supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Stanton. . . . Letters from Mrs. Elizabeth C. Stanton, to the 
Woman's Rights Convention, held at Worcester, Oct., 1850. 
[Colophon :] Masters' Print, Malcolm Block, Syracuse. [1852?] 
8vo, pp. 8. B., BM., HEH., NYP. 90403 

Caption title. With heading: "Woman's Rights Tracts, No. 10." On pp. 5-8, is 
Mrs. Stanton's letter to the convention held at Syracuse, September, 1852. 

Stanton. Memorial of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Isabella Beecher 
Hooker, Elizabeth L. Bladen, Olympia Brown, Susan B. Anthony, 



192 STANTON (ELIZABETH c). 

and Josephine L. Griffing, to the Congress of the United States, and 
the arguments thereon before the judiciary committee of the U. S. 
Senate, by Isabella Beecher Hooker, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and 
Susan B.Anthony. Washington, January 12, 1872. Washington^ 
D. C: Chronicle Publishing Comfanyy 511 Ninth Street. 1872. 

Svo, pp. 30. AAS., B., C, HEH., MINNHS., NYP., P. 9O4O4 

A printed slip pasted on the title is addressed to the Editors of the United States 
by the Memorialists and requests that their arguments be printed in full. The Judiciary 
Committee of the Senate had refused to print them side by side with its adverse report. 

Stanton, The Slave's Appeal. By E. Cady Stanton. Published 
at the Anti-slavery Depository , 1 5 Steuben Street, Albany. Albany : 
Weedy Parsons and CoTuf any, Printers, i860. i2mo, pp. 7. 

B., c, H. 90405 

The "Address of Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton to the Women of the Republic," 
March 30, 1863, forms pp. i— iv preceding the title page of "Proceedings of the . . . 
Loyal Women of the Republic," 1863, no. 65869, vol. 15. b., ba., nyp. 

Mrs. Stanton was editor in chief of "The Revolution," our no. 70344, vol. 17. See 
the Union List of Serials, for further information and locations. She was also the 
author and editor of other works published after 1876, of which the most important 
is the "History of Woman Suffrage," 3 vols. 8vo, Rochester, N. Y., 1881-1887. She 
was assisted in the editing of this book by Susan B. Anthony and Matilda Joslyn Gage. 
A fourth volume copyrighted in 1902, was edited by Susan B. Anthony and Ida Husted 
Harper, and the fifth and sixth edited by the latter completed the publication In 1922. 

"Eighty Years and More (181 5— 1897). Reminiscences of Elizabeth Cady Stanton," 
was published in New York in 1898. 

Stanton (Fred[erick] P[erry]). Address delivered by Mr. 
Fred. P. Stanton, of Tenn., before the Metropolitan Mechanics' 
Institute, at the opening of its annual exhibition in Washington, 
D. C, March 2, 1857. Washington. 1857. 8vo, pp. 16. 

B., BM., c, WHS. 90406 

Stanton. Argument of F. P. Stanton, Esq., on the Indian 
Frauds of Judge J. W. Wright, before Hon. Wm. Lawrence, arbi- 
trator. Washington, D. C: M'Gill &' Witherow, Printers and 
Stereotyfers. [1872.] 8vo, cover title and pp. 16. 

MINNHS. 90407 

Dated at the end, "November 30, 1872." Title supplied by Elsa R. Nordin. 

Stanton. California and New Mexico. Speech of Hon. F. P. 
Stanton, of Tennessee, in the House of Representatives, February 
13, 1850, upon the question concerning the admission of Cahfornia 
as a State, and the circumstances which led to the formation of the 
Constitution of California. [Colophon:] Printed at the Congres- 
sional Globe Office. [Washington. 1850.] 8vo, pp. 7. 

Caption title. AAS., BA., C, HEH., WHS. 90408 



STANTON (f. P.). 193 

Stanton. The Character of Modern Science, or, the Mission 
of the Educated Man. An Address dehvered before the Alumni 
Association of Columbian College, July 21, 1852. By Hon. Fred- 
erick P. Stanton, of Tennessee. Washington: Printed by Robert A. 
Waters. 1 852. 8vo, pp. 34. c, H., nyp., p. 90409 

Stanton. The Frauds in Kansas illustrated. Speech of Hon. 
Frederick P. Stanton, late acting Governor of Kansas, at the Chinese 
Assembly Rooms, New York, February 17, 1858. [^Washington: 
Buell ^ Blanchard, Printers. 1858.] 8vo, pp. 16. c. 90410 

Caption title. 

Stanton. . . . Great Meeting at Philadelphia. The Democracy 
at National Hall, Feb. 8, 1 858. Six thousand freemen in council! 
Great enthusiasm! Speech of Hon. F. P. Stanton, and Letter of 
Governor Walker, [n. f. 1858.] 8vo, pp. 8. B., C, whs. 9041 1 

Caption title. From Forney's Philadelphia Press, February 9th. 

Stanton. In the matter of contest between Frederic P. Stanton 
and Hon. Jas. H. Lane, pending before the Judiciary Committee of 
theSenate. [At foot of p. I :] Gideon, frint. [Washington. iS6l.'\ 

Svo, pp. 5. HEH., NYP, 90412 

Caption tide. Signed and dated at the end: Fred. P. Stanton. Washington, July 
19th, 1861. 

Stanton. Internal Improvements. Speech of Hon. F. P. Stan- 
ton, of Tennessee, in the House of Representatives, January lo, 
1848. In Committee of the Whole on the State of the Union, on 
the Resolution referring the President's Message to the various 
standing Committees. [Washington. 1848.] Svo, pp. 8. 

Caption title. Supplied by Ernest Kletsch. C. 90413 

Stanton. A Lecture delivered by the Hon. F. P. Stanton, on 
the Navy of the United States, before the Mercantile Library Asso- 
ciation, February 3, 1 854. New York: Samuel T. Callahan, 
Printer, 1 13 Nassau Street. 1854. Svo, pp. 16. 

B., C, JOHNCRERAR., NYP. 90414 

Stanton. Letter of F. P. Stanton to the Secretary of the Navy, 
in relation to Pirsson's condenser, [n. f. 1855.] ^^^5 PP- 27. 

Caption title. C. 90415 

Stanton. [Letter to the Secretary of the Interior, James Har- 
lan.] [Washington. 1866.] Svo, pp. 8. c. 904 1 6 

Dated at the head of p. i: "Washington, May lo, 1866." Signed by Fred. P. 



194 STANTON (p.p.). 

Stanton, Van Arman, Britton & Gray, Henry Beard, Attorneys for General pre-emptors 
[of the Soscol Ranch in California]. Information supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Stanton. The Mexican War. Speech of Hon. F. P. Stanton, 
of Tennessee, delivered in the House of Representatives, December 
23, 1846, on the Resolutions proposing to refer to the Standing 
Committees the Message of the President of the United States. [At 
foot of p. I :] Printed at the office of Blair & Rives. [ Washington. 

1846.] 8vo, pp. 7. C, HEH., UTEX., WHS. 90417 

Caption title. Supplied by E. W. Winkler. 

Stanton. Naval Appropriation Bill. Speech of Hon. F. P. 
Stanton, of Tennessee, in the House of Representatives, Tuesday, 
September 19, 1850. On the Bill making appropriations for the 
support of the Navy for the current fiscal year. [Colophon:] 
Printed at the Congressional Globe Office. [Washington. 1 850.] 

8vo, pp. 7. AAS., B.J UTEX. 90418 

Caption title. Supplied by E. W. Winkler. 

Stanton. New Mexico and California. Speech of Hon. F. P. 
Stanton, of Tennessee, in the House of Representatives, Thursday, 
July 2, 1848, on the Message of the President in relation to the 
Boundaries of the territories ceded by Mexico to the United States. 
[Colophon:] Printed at the Office of Blair <y Rives. [Washing- 
ton. 1848.] 8vo, pp. 7. C.,Y. 90419 

Caption title, supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Stanton, Speech of Hon. F. P. Stanton, of Tennessee, on Im- 
provements in the Navy. Delivered in the House of Representa- 
tives, August 17, 1852. [Washington. 1852.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

Caption title. Supplied by Ernest Kletsch. C. 9O42O 

Stanton. Speech of Hon. Frederick P. Stanton, of Tennessee, 
on the Nebraska and Kansas Bill: delivered in the House of Repre- 
sentatives, May 20, 1854. Washington: Printed by A. O. P. 
Nicholson. 1854. 8vo, pp. 16. H. 90421 

Stanton. Speech of Mr. F. P. Stanton, of Tenn., delivered on 
the 4th February, 1854, before the Young Men's National Demo- 
cratic Club, New York, substantially as reported in the morning 
papers of that City. Gen. Pierce's Administration and the Nebraska 
Bill. [n.f. 1854.] 8vo, pp. 16. UTEX. 90422 

Caption title. Supplied by E. W. Winkler. 

Stanton. Speech of Mr. Stanton, of Tennessee, on the bill 
making appropriations for certain harbors and rivers. Delivered in 



STANTON (f. P.). 195 

the House of Representatives, March 9, 1846. Washington: Printed 
at the Union Office. 1 846. 8vo, pp. 8. c, heh., whs. 90423 

Title supplied by Iva A. Welsh. 

Stanton. Speech of Mr. Stanton, of Tennessee, on the Oregon 
question. Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 14, 
1846. Washington: Printed at the Union Office. 1846. 8vo, 
pp.8. c, H., WHS. 90424 

Title supplied by Iva A. Welsh. 

Stanton. Speech of Mr. Stanton, of Tennessee, on the Smith- 
sonian Bill, dehvered in the House of Representatives April 2 2, 
1846. Washington: Printed at the Union Office. 1846. 8vo, 

pp. 8. C.J HEH., WHS. 90425 

Title supplied by WiHard O. Waters. 

Stanton. Speech ... on Appropriations for Scientific Purposes 
... June 16, 1848. Washington: Printed at the Congressional 
Globe Office. 1 848. 8vo, pp. 8. C. 90426 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Stanton. The War with Mexico. Speech of Hon. F. P. Stan- 
ton, of Tennessee, in the House of Representatives, March 14, 
1848. [Printed at the Congressional Globe Office. Washington. 

1848.] 8vo, pp. 8. C, MINNHS., UTEX., Y. 9O427 

Caption title. Supplied by E. W. Winkler. 

For a Report of the Naval Committee to the House of Representatives, relating to 
the establishment of a line of steamers to Liberia, and the encouragement of emigra- 
tion of free persons of color, which was signed by Stanton as chairman, see Report, 
no. 69887, vol. 17. The edition there entered has an appendix added by the American 
Colonization Society. For the official edition of the Report, see 31st Cong, ist Sess., 
House Rep. no. 438. 

Stanton (Henry B[rewster] ). Address by Henry B. Stanton, 
and Poem by Alfred B. Street, pronounced before the Literary So- 
cieties of Hamilton College, July 23, 1 850. Utica: Roberts ^ 
Sherman J 38 &* 40 Genesee Street. 1 850. 8vo, pp. 52. 

AAS., BA., BM., HEH., NYH. 9O428 

Stanton. Remarks of Henry B. Stanton, in the Representatives' 
Hall, on the 23nd [sic] and 24th of February, before the committee 
of the House of Representatives, of Massachusetts, to whom was 
referred sundry memorials on the subject of slavery. Boston: Pub- 
lished by Isaac Knapp, No. 25, Cornhill. 1837. i2mo, pp. 84. 
aas., b., bm., c, h., nyp., p., whs + Second Edition. [Same 



196 STANTON (h. B.). 

imprint and date,] i2mo, pp. 88. H., nyp. + Fifth Edition. 
[Same imprint and date.] i2mo, pp. 90. H., minnhs.,nyp. 90429 

The second and fifth editions have the heading, "Abolitionist's Library. — No. 2. 
. . . ," "23nd" corrected to "23d," and the date, 1837, after February. 

Stanton. Ultraists — Conservatives — Reformers. An Address 
delivered before the Adelphic Union Society of Williams College, 
August 20, 1850. By Henry B. Stanton. New York: Baker & 
Scribner. 1 850. 8vo, pp. 40. aas., bm.^ c, h.^ nyp. 90430 

Stanton was the author of "Random Recollections," three editions being published 
in 1885, 1886, and 1887. 

Stanton (J. M.). Prosperity: its Influence on Man; its Deri- 
vation from God; and its Security by Righteousness. A Sermon, 
preached on Thanksgiving Day, November 27th, 185 I, at West 
Dennis. By J. M. Stanton. Yarmouth: Published by Charles F. 
Swift. 1852. 8vo, pp. 12. AAS. 90430A 

[Stanton (John)]. Corry O'Lanus: his View^s and Experi- 
ences. With comic illustrations by J. H. Howard. New-York. 
G. W. Carleton <y Co. Publishers. London: S. Low, Son ^ Co. 
MDCCCLXVii. i2mo, pp. 236. 6 plates. c, nyh., y. 90431 

In MS. on the title page of the c. copy: "John Stanton. 'Corry O'Lanus' — letters 
to the Brooklyn Daily Eagle." Gushing attributes to Joseph Howard. 

Stanton (Lewis E[lliott] ). An Account of the Dedication of 
Morgan School Building Clinton, Conn. Thursday, December 7th, 
187 1. Prepared by Lewis E. Stanton. . . . New York: Francis Hart 
and Company , 12 ^ l^ College Place. 1873. 4to, pp. 88. Fron- 
tispiece and portrait. c, nyp., y. 90432 

Stanton (Phineas). A | Brief Historical View, | Of the Sev- 
eral Cases and Trials that have | subsisted between | Mr. Adam 
Babcock, | Merchant, at New-Haven, in the Colony of | Con- 
necticut, I and I Phineas Stanton, Junior, | of Stonington, in said 
Colony, I with the Substance of the most essential Paragraphs in | 
the Evidences used in said Trials; and some Re- | marks on the 
whole. — Wrote for the Perusal of the | Friends of Justice and Lib- 
erty. I By Phineas Stanton, Father of the said | Phineas Stanton, 
Junior. | . . . | Norwich. \ Printed by John Trum-bullj for the 
Author. I MjDCC^LXXVii. | 8vo, pp. 121, 47. Y. 90433 

Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

The above is probably the same as Evans no. 14655, which is apparently a brief 
title taken from an advertisement, and Is entered under 1776' 



j STANTON (r. H.). lOy 

I 

Stanton (Richard Henry). California and New Mexico. 
Speech, in the House of Representatives, March 1 1, 1850. In com- 
mittee of the whole on the state of the Union, on the president's 
message transmitting the constitution of California. [Washing- 
ton: fr. at the Congressional globe office. 1850.] 8vo, pp. 7. 

WHS. 90434 

Caption title. Supplied from the catalogue card for a copy formerly at b now 
missing. ' 

Stanton. Speech of Hon. R. H. Stanton, of Kentucky, against 
Military Superintendency of Civil Works, delivered in the House 
of Representatives, June 14, 1854. Washington: Printed at the 
Congressional Globe Office. 1 854. 8vo, pp. 12. 

AAS.j B., C, UTEX. 9O435 

Stanton. Speech of Richard H. Stanton, Esq., in defence of 
the Mexican War; delivered at the war meeting, Maysville, Satur- 
day, December l8, 1847. Maysville, Ky.: Printed at the Ken- 
tucky Flag Office. 1848. 8vo, pp. (2), 16. c, heh. 90436 

Stanton prepared editions of the Revised Statutes of Kentucky, published in i860 
and 1867, and also compiled works relating to legal practice, etc., in the state. 

Stanton (Robert L[ivingston] ). Addresses, delivered on 
Thursday, December i8, 185 i, on the occasion of the Inaugura- 
tion of Rev. Robert L. Stanton, as President of Oakland College, 
Miss. Published by order of the Board of Trustees. New Orleans] 
Printed by T. Rea, 58 Magazine Street. 1852. 8vo, pp. 22. 

Stanton's address forms pp. 7-22. UTS. 004."? 7 

Stanton. Causes for National Humiliation: a Discourse, de- 
hvered on the day of fasting, humiliation and prayer, recommended 
by the President of the United States, September 26, 186 1. By 
R. L. Stanton, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Chilli- 
cothe, Ohio . . . Cincinnati: Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co. 
Printers. 2 S West Fourth Street. 1 86 1. 8vo, pp. 48. ' 

B., BM., C, HEH., M., UTS. 9O438 

Stanton. The Church and the Rebellion: a consideration of 
the rebellion against the government of the United States; and the 
agency of the church. North and South, in relation thereto. By 
R. L. Stanton, d.d., Professor in the Theological Seminary of the 
Presbyterian Church Danville, Kentucky. Nezv York: Derby ^ 
Miller, 5 Spruce Street 1864. [Verso of title:] C. A. Alvord, 
Stereotyfer and Printer. i2mo, pp. xiv, 562. 

AAS., B., BM., C, NYP._, UP., WHS. 90439 

VOL. XXIII. 10 



198 STANTON (r. L.). 

Stanton. Civil Government of God: Obedience a Duty. A 
Discourse upon the Duties of the Christian Citizen, under what is 
termed the Present National Crisis: Preached on Sabbath Morn- 
ing, Dec. 3, i860. By R. L. Stanton . .. Cincinnati: Published 
by John D. Thorfe, 72 West Fourth St. i860. 8vo, pp. 36. 

C, UTS., WHS. 90440 ' 

Stanton. . . . The Ecclesiastical Disruption of 186 1. By R. L. I 
Stanton. ... [New York. 1876.] 8vo, pp. 31. B. 90441 I 

Caption title. With heading: (From the Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton ! 
Review, April, 1876.) ' 

Stanton. Two articles upon politics and the church. Cincin- ' 
nati. 1863. 90442 I 

Title from a list of uncatalogued material at c, not now available. i 

Stanton. Ungodly Nations Doomed: A Discourse preached] 
on the occasion of the Annual Thanksgiving, November 29, 1849, ' 
recommended by the Governor of Louisiana. By R. L. Stanton, j 
Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church of New Orleans. New- :! 
Orleans: Printed by William H. Toy, 59 Poydras St. 1 849. ' 
8vo, pp. 23. UTEX. 90443 ' 

Title supplied by E. W. Winkler. I 

[Stanton.] Vindication of the General Assembly of the Pres-i 
byterian Church (O. S.), of 1866, from the Aspersions of Rev. j 
William Brown, d.d. [Cincinnati. 1876.] 8vo, pp. 16. | 

B., UTS. 90444' 

Caption title. Signed and dated on p. 15: R. L. Stanton. Cincinnati, Jan. 8, 1876. 

Stanton (R[obert] P.). Slavery viewed in the light of thej 
golden rule. A discourse: delivered in the Fourth Congregational: 
Church of Norwich, at Greeneville, Conn., December 19, i860. 1 
By R. P. Stanton. Norwich: Manning, Perry ^ Co. i860. 8vo,' 
pp. 19. WRHS. 90445 1 

Stanton (Samuel), Answer to Thomas Paine's Letter toj 
General Washington president of the United States on affairS| 
public and private. By Samuel Stanton, Esq., an officer (of twenty' 
years standing) in the British army. Author of Miscellaneous 
letters on every subject from the prince to the peasant. The Prin- 
ciples of duelling. A Treatise on the slave trade. Sentiments andj 
information respecting the slave trade, delivered in writing to thej 
British House of Commons, and afterwards printed by bill. Duel-j 
ling explained from philanthropic motives. Two elegiac poems/ 



STANTON ( William). 199 

&c. The character of the illustrious Washington is here justly de- 
fended from motives of the strictest honour viz. The veneration 
and respect the Author has ever had for George Washington. 
Philadelfhia. 1797. 90446 

Title from Evans, being taken from a 178th Pennsylvania District Copyright, issued 
to Samuel Stanton, as author, i April, 1797. 

Stanton (William). Remarks in the Ashland County Con- 
tested Election Case: Constitutionality and Construction of the 
Law, to enable Qualified Voters of Ohio, in the Military Service, 
to exercise the Right of Suffrage. By William Stanton, Represen- 
tative from Hamilton County. Cincinnati: Moore, Wilstach & 
Baldwin, Printers. 1 864. 8vo, pp. 14. M. 90447 

Stanton Copper Mining Company. Prospectus, Charter 
and By-laws of the Stanton Copper Mining Company. Organized, 
1854. Treasurer's Office, No. lo Chesnut Street, St. Louis, Mo. 
St. Louis: Printed at the Republican Office. 1 85 5. 8vo, pp. 35. 

H. 90448 

Stanton Street Baptist Church, New York. A History 
of the Stanton Street Baptist Church, in the city of New York; 
with a sketch of its pastors, and a register of the entire membership. 
New York: Sheldon & Company^ No. 1 15 Nassau Street, i860. 
[Verso of title:] W. H. Tinson, Stereotyfer. J. J. Reed, Printer. 
l2mo, pp. 220. B., NYP. 90449 

Stanwich, Conn. Manual of the Congregational Church, 
Stanwich. . . . New-York: Edward O. Jenkins, Printer, No. 1 14 
Nassau Street. 1850. l8mo, pp. 27. NYH. 90450 

Contains historical memoranda and list of members. 

Manual of the Congregational Church, Stanwich, Conn. John 
C. Houghton, Acting Pastor. . . . Second Edition. [«. ^.] Pub- 
lished by Order of the Church. In the Year of Our Lord, 1 874. 
8vo, pp. 24. NYP. 90451 

Stanwix (John). By Brigadier General Stanwix, | Command- 
ing His Majesty's For- | ces in the Southern District of | North 
America. | ... [Philadelfhia. 1759.] Broadside. hsp. 90452 

Dated, Philadelphia, June 22, 1759, and relates to stealing army horses with the 
King's brand. 

Stanwix. By Brigadier General Stanwix, | Commanding His 
Majest>''s Forces in the Sou- | thern Provinces of North-America, | 
Notice is hereby given, | That a Number of Waggons will be 



200 STAN WOOD (a. G.). 

wanted for His Majesty's Ser- | vice, and, in order to avoid Im- 
pressing, and all other severe Me- | thods, I have thought proper to 
make the following very advantageous Pro- | posals. . • • | [Phila- 
delphia. 1759.] Broadside. 90453 

Dated and signed at the foot of the sheet: "Philadelphia, this Fourth Day of May, 
1759- John Stanwix." Title from a facsimile from an unidentified bookseller's cata- 
logue at NYP. Evans gives Franklin as the printer. 

Stanwood (Arthur G.). Legislative Register of the State of 
Maine for the political year 1866, with the names of the executive 
department, and the name, residence, post office address, place of 
birth, occupation, politics, age, weight, and height of each member 
of both houses. By Arthur G. Stanwood, page of the House of 
Representatives. Hallowell: Masters, Smith ^ Co. 1 866. 8vo, 
pp. 8. 90454 ■ 

Title from Williamson. 

[Stanwood] (Mrs. A [vis] A. Burnham). The Chingarora 
Vision, and Fort Hamilton Mystery. New- York: Written on ij 
board of the steamboat Chingorora, by Miss A. A. Burnham. 1' 
Published and sold by the authoress. 1 853. [Verso of title:] 
New York: Oliver & Brother, Steam Job Printers, No. 89 ! 
Nassau-Street, cor. of Fulton. 1852. 8vo, pp. 24. nyp. 90455 | 

i 

[Stanwood.] Fostina Woodman, the Wonderful Adventurer, j 

[Vignette.] The ship Essex sails for California. By A. A. Burn- i 
ham. Boston: Redding and Company. 1 850. 8vo, pp. 60, in- 
cluding frontispiece, c. -{-Boston. 1850. [Cover dated 1851. i 
Verso of title:] Stereotyped at the Boston Stereotype Foundry, i 
[Same collation.] h., nyp. + [Same imprint and collation.] j 
1853. AAS. H. + [Same imprint and collation.] 1854. \ 

C, U., NYP. 90456 I 

An American novel of the period of the California gold rush. Some copies of the 
1853 edition have cover dated 1853, and others 1854. j 

Stanwood (David). Proceedings of a General Court Mar- I 
rial, whereof Maj. General Samuel Fessenden of the 5 th Div. was 1 
President, holden at Brunswick December 24, 1822, for the trial i 
of Lieut. Col. David Stanwood upon the complaint of Capt. J 
Thomas Wilson. Brunswick: Joseph Grijfin. — Printer. 1823. j 
i2mo, pp. 50. c. 90457 I 

An unnumbered leaf containing a note is inserted between pp. 36-37. Title sup- , 
plied by Ernest Kletsch. , 

Stanwood (Eben Caldwell). In Memoriam. Eben Caldwell 



STAN WOOD ( Edward). 201 

Stanwood. Born in Augusta, Me., August 27, 1822. Died in 
Boston, March 28, 1866 [Boston. 1866.] 8vo, pp. 20. 

AAS., NYP. 90458 

[Stanwood (Edward)]. Boston Illustrated. Boston: James 

R. Osgood & Co [At foot of p. 120:] Cambridge: Electro- 

tyfed and Printed by Welch, Bigelow, & Co. [cof. 1872.] 8vo, 
cover title and pp. 122, (2), business announcements 44. aas., b.) 
BA., c, H., NYP., Y. H- [Same imprint, with printer's imprint at 
foot of p. 130.] [1873.] 8vo, cover title and pp. 132, (2), busi- 
ness announcements 34. Frontispiece plate, aas., b., ba., h. 
NYP. + [Same imprint, with printer's imprint at foot of p. iT^b.] 
[cof. 1875.] 8vo, cover title and pp. 136. b., c, nyp. 90459 

Attributed to Stanwood In Bolton's "Memoir of Edward Stanwood" in Mass. Hist. 
Soc. "Proceedings," vol. 57, 1924, p. 218. 

The date for the [1873] edition is supplied from the advertisement of the "Uni- 
versity Press, Cambridge, Mass. 1639. 1873," on p. 30 at the end. 

Several unnumbered leaves of advertisements are interspersed through the text in 
"le [1875] edition. 

There were also later editions of the work. 

Stanwood. Forms of minority representation. N. A. review. 
July, 187 1. [Boston. 1871.] 8vo, pp. 29. 90460 

Title from the catalogue card for a copy formerly at b., now missing. 

See Bolton's "Memoir," cited above, for an account of Stanwood's work as editor, 
and as author of publications issued after 1876. His "History of Presidential Elec- 
tions," first published in 1884, passed through many editions, the later ones having 
the title, "History of the Presidency." His life of Blaine in the American Statesmen 
Series has also been reissued several times. 

The Stanwood Family: or. The history of the American Tract 

Society Revised by the Publishing Committee. Boston: Printed 

yy Jsic] T. R. Marvin, for the Massachusetts Sabbath School 
Umon, and sold at their Depository. 1 830. l8mo, pp. 158, in- 
cluding frontispiece. -^Boston, Mass.: Sabbath School Society. 

1833. l6mo, pp. 180. BA., C, NYH., NYP., UTS. 90461 

Copyrighted by Christopher C. Dean. 

Stanzas to Queen Victoria. See [Burke (John)], no. 931 1, 

vol. 3. AAS., H., NYP. 

Staple (W. C). A Review of Dr. J. Prescott's "Brief Ex- 
tracts," &c. By. Dr. W. C. Staple Augusta: W. H. Smith & 

Co., Printers. 1 843. l2mo, pp. 12. 90462 

Title from Williamson. 

Staples (Carlton A[lbert]). An Address at Mendon, Mass., 
pefore the Worcester Count}- Unitarian Conference, at the au- 



202 STAPLES (c. A.). 

tumnal session, Sept. 10, 1 873, on the History of the First Church 

in that Town. By Rev. Carlton A. Staples, of Providence, R. I., 

Milford: Printed by George W. Stacjy Central Building. 

1873. 8vo, pp. 24. AAS., C, H., NYP. 90463 

Staples. An Address ... in commemoration of the Tv^^o 
Hundredth Anniversary of the Incorporation of Mendon. See 
Mendon, no. 47819, vol. 12. aas., h., nyp., p., y. 

Staples. A Sermon preached on the Sixtieth Anniversary of 
the dedication of the First Congregational Meeting House, in 
Providence, October 29th, 1876, by the pastor of the society, 
Carlton A. Staples. Providence: J. A. ^ R. A. Reid, Printers. 

1876. 8V0, pp. 24. AAS., M., NYP., WHS. 90464 

[Staples.] A Sketch of the Life of Rev. N. A. Staples, given 
in the Church of the Redeemer, Milwaukee, February 7th, 1864, 
by the Pastor. [Milwaukee? 1864.] 8vo, pp. 16. ba., bm. 90465 

Caption title. , ,• i . i. 

Staples was also the author of other historical addresses and papers published after 

1876. 

Staples (Daniel). Views of Life and Death; or, some thoughts 
on the first and second Adam, as laid down in the Scriptures. By 
Daniel Staples. Paris [Me.] : Printed at the Observer Office. 
1826. i2mo, pp. 12. BA. 90466 

Title from Williamson. 

Staples (Franklin). Report on the Influence of Climate on 
Pulmonary Diseases in Minnesota. By Franklin Staples, M.D._, of 
Minnesota. Extracted from the Transactions of the American 
Medical Association. Philadelfhia: Collins, Printer, 705 Jayne 
Street. 1876. 8vo, pp. (2), 5-41. 

AML., MINNHS., NYAM. 90467 

Staples (Hamilton B[arclay]). An Oration, delivered before 
Montgomery Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons on 
the occasion of the Dedication of their New Masonic Hal , at Mil- 
ford, on Tuesday, January lO, i860. The Most Worshipful 
Grand Lodge of Massachusetts being present. By Hamilton ii. 
Staples, W. M. of Montgomery Lodge. Together with the Re- j 
marks and Proceedings at the Banquet. Milford: Printed by. 
George W. Stacy, No. 86 Main Street, i860. 8vo, pp. 32. ; 

^ AAS.,H. 904681 



STAPLES (j. B.). 203 

Staples (J[ohn] B[ethune]). The General Bankrupt Law, 
with an Introduction, containing some observations upon its con- 
stitutionah'ty, expediency, &c. a copy of the Law, corrected by au- 
thority, with a full marginal analysis, an explanation of the vari- 
ous sections of the Act, their purport and operation, with references 
and authorities; also, a summary and forms of petitions, &c. By 
J. B. Staples, Counsellor at Law. New-York: John S. Voorhies, 
Successor to Halsted &' Voorhies, Corner of Nassau and Cedar 
Streets. 1 84 1. [Verso of title:] New-York: Printed by William 
Osborn, 88 William-street. 8vo, pp. 44. B., cu. -|- [Same title 
imprint.] 1842. [Verso of title:] /. Van Norden & Co., 
Printers, 27 Pine-Street. 8vo, pp. 44. nyh., Y, 90469 

Staples (M. W.). Presbyterianism in her Polity and Prac- 
tice. Defended in three discourses. By Rev. M. W. Staples, 
Pastor of the Marshall and Golden Rule Presbyterian Churches. 
DeHvered in Marshall, Texas, February, 1854. . . . St. Louis. Mo. 
1855. [On cover:] /. K. B. Rice, Printer, 88 Market Street. 
Svo, pp. 142. UTS. 90470 

Staples (N[ahor] A[ugustus]). Sermon for the Fourth of 
July, 1862, on the Chastisement of War, preached by Rev. N. A. 
Staples, Pastor of the Second Unitarian Church, Brooklyn. . . . 
New-York: Stearns ^ Beale, Printers, 147 Fulton Street. 1862. 
Svo, pp. 16. 90471 

Title from a cutting from an original cover title, on which a ms. collation was sup- 
plied by Mr. Sabin. 

Staples. A Sermon on the "Irrepressible Conflict," preached 
by Rev. N. A. Staples on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24th, 1859. 
. . . Mikvaukee: Strickland ^ Co., Bookellers &? Stationers. 

1859. S^'Oj PP- 22. H., M., NYH., WHS. 9O472 

Staples. Way, Truth, and Life. Sermons by Nahor Augustus 
Staples, with a sketch of his life, by John W. Chadwick. . . . Bos- 
ton: William V. Sfencer. 1 870. [Verso of title:] S. W. Green, 
Printer-, 16 and 18 Jacob St., New-York. l6mo, pp. 264. Fron- 
tispiece portrait. B., c, nyp., y. 90473 

See also above, [Staples (Carlton Albert)], Sketch of the Life of Rev. N. A. 
Staples. 

Staples (Robert P.) And Co. Correspondencia literal sequida 
sobre emprestito entre R. P. Staples y Compaiiia y el Senor Ministro 
de Hacienda. Mexico. 1823. Folio, pp. 1 1. BM. 90474 



204 STAPLES (w. R.). 

Staples (William R[ead]). Annals of the town of Provi- 
dence, from its first settlement, to the organization of the city 
government, in June, 1832. By William R, Staples. Providence: 
Printed by Knowles and Vose. 1 843. 8vo, pp. 670. 

AAS.j B., EM., C, HEH., HSP.^ JCB., NYP., WHS., Y. 90475 
Also Issued as vol 5 of R. I. Hist. Soc. "Collections." 

Staples. The Documentary History of the Destruction of the 
Gaspee. Compiled for the Providence Journal, by Hon. William 
R. Staples. Providence: Knowles, Vose, and Anthony. 1 845. 

8vo, pp. 56. AAS., B., BM., C, HEH., HSP., MINNHS., NYP., WHS., 

WLC, Y. 90476 

Staples. History of the Criminal Law of Rhode Island. 
Charge of Hon. William R. Staples, delivered to the Grand Jury 
of the Court of Common Pleas in Newport and Providence. 
Published by order of the General Assembly.) [Providence. 
1854?] 8vo, pp. 29. 

AAS., B., BM., C, H., NYH., NYP., P., WHS., Y. 9O477 

Caption title. Approximate date supplied from internal evidence, the date, October 
10, 1853, being alluded to as the "present time," and November I, 1853, also men- 
tioned. 

Staples. Rhode Island in the Continental Congress, with 
the Journal of the Convention that adopted the Constitution. 
1 765-1 790. By Hon. William R. Staples, ll.d.. Edited by 
Reuben Aldridge Guild, a.m., Librarian of Brown University. 
(Printed by order of the General Assembly.) Providence: Provi- 
dence Press Comfany, Printers to the state. I 870. 8vo, pp. xlviii, 

725. AAS., B., C, JCB., MINNHS., NYP., UP., WHS., Y. 9O478 

A memoir of Staples appears on pp. xv— xxxiii. Some copies were printed on thick 
paper, according to a note by Mr. Sabin. 

Staples also edited the "Proceedings of the First General Assembly of 'The Incor- 
poration of Providence Plantations,' and the Code of Laws adopted by that As- 
sembly." See Rhode Island, no. 70617, vol. 17. aas., c, h., m., nyh.^ nyp. 

Stapleton (Augustus G[ranville] ). The Affair at Grey 
Town [San Juan de Nicaragua]. By Augustus G. Stapleton. 
London: T. Hatchard. 1857. 8vo, pp. ll, BM., C. 90479 

Stapleton. George Canning and his Times. By Augustus 
Granville Stapleton. London: John W. Parker and Son, West 
Strand. 1859. • • • [Verso of title:] London: Savill and Ed- 
wards, Printers, Chandos Street, Covent Garden. 8vo, pp. viii, 
614. Facsimile. em., nyp., Y. 90480 



STAPLETON. 



205 



Stapleton. The Political Life of the Right Honourable 
George Canning, from his acceptance of the seals of the Foreign 
Department, in September, 1822, to the period of his death, in 
August, 1827. Together with a short review of foreign affairs 
subsequently to that event. By Augustus Granville Stapleton, Esq. 
In three volumes. . . . London: Printed for Longman, Rees, 
Ormc, Brown, and Green, Paternoster -Row. 1 83 1. [Verso of 
title:] London: Printed by A. & R. Sfottiswoode, New-Street- 
Square. 3 vols., 8vo, pp. vii, v-vi, 490; vi, 504; vi, 384. 

BA., BM., C, MINNHS., NYP. 90481 
^ Slips of errata are inserted after the last page in vols, i and 2. Also: Second Edi- 
tion, including the part omitted in the First. London, 1831. b., c, y. ba. has Addi- 
tions to the First Edition, bound separately, and paged 299-300, 305-497, (i). 
A number of chapters are of American interest. 

Stapp (Milton). Report of Milton Stapp, Esq., late Fund 
Commissioner of Indiana, to the General Assembly December, 
1 84 1. Indianafolis: Bowling and Cole, State Printers. 184 1. 
8^0' PP- 55- c. 90482 

Stapp (William Preston). The Prisoners of Perote: contain- 
ing a journal kept by the author, who was captured by the Mexi- 
cans, at Mier, December 25, 1842, and released from Perote, 
May 16, 1844. By William Preston Stapp. Philadelphia: G. B. 
Zieber and Comfany. 1845. [Verso of title:] C. Sherman, 
Printer, 19 St. James Street. i2mo, pp. 164. 

B., C, HEH., MINNHS., NYP., P., UTS., WHS. Y. 90483 
According to Raines' bibliography of Texas, the account of Santa Anna and the 
description of Mexican life are plagiarized largely from Brantz Mayer's "Mexico," 
issued the previous year. 

The Star. Fitch &' Co. Publishers. Hartford, Jan. 2d, 1850. 
Vol. I.— No. II. 8vo, pp. (4). AAS. 90484 

Semi-monthly. 

On p. [2] : The publication of the Star will be discontinued for the present. 

The Star. A Collection of Songs, Sentimental, Humourous, and 
Patriotic. Pittsburgh: Published by Lambdin & Minis. Butler 
and Lambdin, Printers. 1 8 I 8. 1 8mo, pp. 1 74, contents (5 ) . 

NYH. 90485 

Star Copper Company, Keweenaw Point, Mich. Report 
of the Directors of the Star Copper Company, with a letter from 
Wm. H. Stevens, Esq. Issued May 12, 1863. Boston: Printed 
by Bazin & Chandler, 37 Cornhill. 1863. 8vo, pp. 8. 

Also: Report of the Directors . . . Boston, 1864. nvp. M., NYP. 90486 




206 STAR FIRE SOCIETY. 

Star Fire Society, Newport, R. I. Articles of the Star Fire 
Society. | Instituted the 23d Day of May, and concluded the Ninth 
Day of June, 1785. | [Newfort. 1785.] Folio broadside. 

Title from photostat at aas. NEWPORT HIST.SOC. 90487 

The Star in the East. Edited by Elder G. J. Adams. Vol. I. 
November, 1846. No. I. . . . Boston: Published by H. L. South- 
worth, Room No. 3 Boston MusemUy Tremont Street, corner 
Bromfield Street. . . . [1846.] 8vo, cover title and pp. 24. 

NYP. 90488 

A Mormon periodical. We have been unable to locate any later numbers. 

The Star in the East, a tract for universal distribution. . . . Grad- 
uated Taxation upon accumulated Wealth. An Appeal to the 
Industrial Classes of the United States. By a thirty years reformer. 
[Colophon:] Published gratuitously (^one million copies) for gen- 
eral circulation. By order of the Graduated Tax Association, 510 
Pearl Street. John B. Wolff, Corresponding Secretary. [New 
York. 1872?] 8vo, pp. 4. heh. 90489 

Caption title. The New York city directory for 1872—3 is the only one of this period 
in which John B. Wolif's name appears. Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

The Star of Columbia. [Colophon:] T. G. Woodward & 
Co. print. New-Haven. [18 — .? ] l8mo, pp. 18. UTS. 90490 

Star of Emancipation. . . . Boston: For the Fair of the Massa- 
chusetts Female Emancipation Society. 1 84 1. [Verso of title:] 
John Putnam, Printer, Cornhill. l2mo, pp. 1 08. 3 plates. 

Essays and poems. B-> C., H., NYH., Y. 9049^ 

The Star of Freedom. New-York: No. 143 Nassau Street. 
[Verso of p. i :] William S. Dorr, Printer, 123 Fulton Street. 
[184-.''] 24mo, pp. 96. AAS., c, UTS. 90492 

Dorr is listed at 123 Fulton St. in the N. Y. C. directories from 1 836/7-1 848/9. 

The Star of Freedom. Literary, Pohtical, & Agricultural. . . . 
[Newtown, Pa. A.Miner.'] 1817 [-1818.] 4to, pp. 360. 

c. 90493 

Caption title. Issued weekly May 21, 1817, to March 25, 1818, vol. i, nos. 1-45- 
Nos. 30-4S have title: The Star of Freedom. A Congressional & Legislative Journal, 
c. has also a prospectus, 8 pp., issued January 10, 1817. 

. . . The Star of New York . . . l Clinton Hall, Astor Place. 
New York, Saturday, July 15, a.d. 1865. Mercantile Library 
Building. 4to, pp. 137-144. aas. 90494 

With heading: "Vol. i. No. i8." No issue of this weekly is listed in the Union 
List of Serials. 



STAR OF THE SOUTH. 207 

Star of the South. See [Hayward (W. S.)], note on no. 31081, 
vol. 8. 

The Star Song Book. R. Marsh, 138 William Street. N. Y, 
[1856?] 24010, pp. 189, (3), 64. H. 90495 

Binder's title: "American Star Songster." The 64 pp. at the end have the follow- 
ing title: "The Everlasting Oracle of Fate. ... New York: Published by Richard 
Marsh 374 Pearl-Street." The two works are bound in the original binding. Marsh's 
address is first given as 138 William Street, in the city directory for 1856-57, he 
having been at 374 Pearl Street in preceding years. 

The Star Songster, containing 48 Patriotic, Sentimental and 
Comic Songs. Published by Gates (ff Gamble, 143 Walnut St. 
Cincinnati, O. Wrightson &' Co., frinters, 167 Walnut St., Cin. 
[186-?] i8mo, pp. 46. HEH. 90496 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER. 

As only one late edition of the Star Spangled Banner was entered in this dictionary 
under the author, Francis Scott Key, and as the song was first issued anonymously, 
it may be helpful here to refer to Sonneck's "The Star Spangled Banner." From this 
report on the history of both words and music which was first published by the Library 
of Congress in 1909, and in a revised and enlarged edition in 1914, the following 
notes are chiefly taken. An undated broadside issue of the song, then in the possession 
of Henry Walters of Baltimore, is considered by Sonneck as the first edition, and it 
is reproduced as plate 25 of his appendix. This may have been issued as early as 
September 15, 1 8 14, and was without title except the caption, "Defence of Fort 
M<^Henry." It contained an account of the writing of the poem, and the indication 
"Tune — Anacreon in Heaven." This English tune was probably composed by John 
Stafford Smith about the year 1775 for a poem by Ralph Tomlinson, and has become 
our national air. 

The earliest dated publication of Key's song was in the "Baltimore Patriot" of 
September 20, 18 14, and it was also printed in the "Baltimore American" of the fol- 
lowing day, and in other newspapers and broadsides of the time. An issue of the 
song, possibly the first edition with title, "Star Spangled Banner," was advertised 
with another song In the Washington "Daily National Intelligencer," for January 6, 
1815, as for sale by Richards & Mallory, Bridge street, Geo. Town. Descriptions of 
some of the rare early editions with music follow: 

The Star Spangled Banner. New York: Published by Geib 6f 
Co No 22 Maiden Lane. [1816?] 4to, blank recto, music be- 
ginning on verso, recto numbered 3, verso blank. B. 90497 

Caption title. "Geib & Co." as a firm name appears in the New York city directories 
for 1 816 and 181 7 only, though the Geib music store continued at the same address 
for a number of years. 

Engraved music. According to Sonneck, this Is probably the first issue of the na- 
tional anthem In sheet music form, with the tune, "To Anacreon In Heaven." 

The Star Spangled Banner, sung by Messrs Darley & Nicholls. 
Composed by J[ames] Hewitt. New-York: Published by, J. A. 
<y W. Geib 23 Maiden Lane. [At foot of p. I :] Engraved by 
T. Birch ^S.VeseyS^N.Y. [1818?] 4to, pp. 3. 90498 

The Geib firm name appears as in the above Imprint in the New York City direc- 



208 STAR SPANGLED BANNER. 

tories for the years from 1818— 1821. Birch's name does not appear in the 181 8 or 
i8ig directories, and in 1820 and 1821 he was at a different address. 

Another issue, with title as above, but not of the same printing, was reproduced in 
facsimile with the following note on p. i : "Fac-simile copy of the recently discov- 
ered American tune to 'The Star Spangled Banner.' Presentation copy No. ■ . 

. . . The original copy is in the possession of Clinton A. Strong and Charles J. Nagy, 
5022 Cedar Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. Copyright, 1930 ..." b., nyp. 

. . . Star Spangled Banner. Written by B. [sic] Key, Esq^. 
Written during the Bombardment of Fort M^.Henry on the 12 & 
13th. Sept. 1 8 14. Published and Sold by T. Carr, Music Storey 
Baltimore. [1818?] 4to.? pp. (2). 9^499 

Title from a reduced facsimile at aas., with inscription "c 1914 Wm M Hayden." 

Caption title, with heading, "New Edition." At end: "Arranged for the P. F. by 

T. C. the original publisher." This edition is also set to the tune "To Anacreon in 

Heaven." Sonneck does not list any edition published by Carr. It seems possible that 

his earlier edition might precede that published by Geib & Co. in New York. 

The Star Spangled Banner illustrated from drawings by F. O. 
C. Darley. Music adapted from A. W. Berg's arrangement, by 
permission of Firth, Pond & Co., by Francis H. Brown. New 
York: Published by James G. Gregory^ No. 46 Walker Street. 
[cop. 1 86 1.] [Verso of back cover:] C. A. A Ivor d printer. 4to, 
cover title and pp. (12). cu., nyp. 90500 

For a later edition, see Key (F. S.), no. 37668, vol. 9. 

Star Spangled Banner. Vol. I. Nashville, Tenn., May 25, 
1844 [-Oct. 26, 1844]. • • • {Nashville. Printed by J. P. Heiss. 
1844.] Large 8vo, pp. 368. c, u.chic, utex. 90501 

Caption title. Issued weekly in 23 nos. during the presidential campaign, c. also 
has a preliminary number of 16 pp., issued Apr. 8, 1844. Both this and the number 
for May 25, are called Vol. I, No. I. Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

The Star Spangled Banner. . . . Hunter ^ Co., Publishers and 
Proprietors. Vol. I. Hinsdale^ N. H., February y 1 863. No. 2. 
4to, pp. (4). AAS. 90502 

Monthly. No other numbers located until 1865, vols. 4-5, 1865— 1866, being at 
c. according to the Union List of Serials, aas. has scattered numbers in vols. 7 and 8, 
1869— 1870. Siauson's "Checklist" of American newspapers at c, 1901, gives the 
dates of publication as 1869— 1 871. 

The later volumes were issued in folio size. 

The Star Spangled Banner : being a Collection of the best Naval, 
Martial, Patriotic Songs, etc. . . . chiefly written during and in 
relation to the late war. IVilmington, Del. J. Wilson. 1 8 16. 
i8mo, pp. 143, (i). + Second Edition. Wilmington, Del. 
Printed and sold by J. Wilson, No. 105, Market Street. iSiy- 
i8mo, pp. 143, (i). BU., WLC. 90503 

Title of the first edition from note of Joseph Sabin, of the second, supplied by 
Elizabeth C. Spicer. 



STARBIRD. 209 

Starbird (Samuel S[ylvester] ), compiler. Excursion of the 
Portland Light Infantry to Montreal, C. E., August, 1859. Com- 
piled by Serg. Samuel S. Starbird, and published by order of the 
Company, Portland: Printed at the office of J. S. Staples. 1859. 
i2mo, pp. 64. c. 90504 

Author's middle name supplied from Williamson. 

Starbuck (Alexander). Nantucket in the Revolution. Com- 
municated by Alexander Starbuck, Esq., of Waltham, Mass., to 
the "Historical and Genealogical Register" for July, 1874 [Oct., 
1874, Jan., 1875, and April, 1875]. [Boston. 1875.] 8vo, 
pp. 29. AAS., BA. 90505 

Caption title. 

Starbuck (James F.). Reform — Arraignment of Abuses. 
Speech of James F. Starbuck delivered in the Senate of the State of 
New York, March 14th, 1876. Albany: The Argus Company, 
Printers. 1876. 8vo, pp. 13. nyp. 90506 

[Starbuck (Lucy Coffin)], compiler. Seaweeds from the 
Shores of Nantucket. Boston: Crosby, Nichols, and Company; 
New York: C. S. Francis & Co. 1 85 3. [Verso of title:] 
Boston: Printed by John Wilson and Son, No. 22, School Street. 
i2mo, pp. vi, (2), 135. 

B., BM., C, C\J., U., M., NYP., Y. 90507 

Preface signed, L. C. S. According to the preface, the contributors are natives of 
Nantucket. The poems signed C. F. B. are said to be by Charles F. Briggs. 

Starbuck (Roger). The Golden Harpoon; or. Lost among 
the Floes. A story of the whaling grounds. By Roger Starbuck. 
New York: Beadle and Company, Publishers, 1 18 William Street. 
[cop. 1865.] i6mo, pp. (2), 9-95. Frontispiece plate. 

c, H., NYP. 90508 

On front cover: "Published monthly. Beadle's Dime Novels. . . . Number 83." 
The Frank P. O'Brien collection of Beadle publications at nyp. contains many novels 
by Starbuck in the various series issued by this publishing house. 

[Starck (Johann August)]. Apologie des Ordens der Frei- 
maurer. Philadelphia. ij6c). 90509 

Title from Weller's "Falschen und fingirten Drukorte," 1864, p. 102, where the 
printer and place of the actual printing are supplied as Dieterich in Gottingen. Other 
editions also have a Philadelphia imprint, an issue, Philadelphia, Berlin, 1778, being 
at c. The work was originally published in French, La Haye, 1745, and probably 
Hildeburn no. 4687, a French edition, Philadelphia, [1779], was also printed in 
Europe. 



210 STARHEMBERG. 

Starhemberg (Camillo Heinrich). Reise seiner Durchlaucht, 
des Fiirsten Camillo Heinrich Starhemberg in den Vereinigten 
Staaten von Nord-Amerika, in Cuba und Mexiko, aus dessen 
Briefen skizzirt von J. M. K. 1876. Aus der "Linzer Zeitung" 
hesonders abgedruckt. Druck and Verlag von Alex. Eurich. 8vo, 
pp. (2), 25. NYP. 90510 

Stark (A[lexander] W.) Instruction for Field Artillery; 
compiled from standard military authority; embracing schools of 
the piece, battery, and battalion or evolutions of batteries; with an 
instructive appendix. Prepared by Major A. W. Stark. Published 
by authority of the Secretary of War. Richmond: A. M orris ^ 
Publisher. 1864. [Verso of title:] C.H. Wynne^ Printer. i2mo, 

pp. 264. AAS., BA., BM., HEH., NYP., VA.STATE LIB. 905 1 1 

[Stark (Andrew)]. The Case of Dr. Bullions fairly stated. 
To the Associate Congregation of Cambridge. \_n. f. 1835.''] 
8vo, pp. 35, B., NYP. 90512 

Caption title. 

Concerning Stark's publication of this, the following title, and his True and Faith- 
ful History, see: A Narrative of the Proceedings of the Associate Presbytery of Al- 
bany, and the Associate Synod of North America, relative to the Trial and Sus- 
pension of the Rev. Andrew Stark. Prepared by the Associate Presbytery of Albany 
and addressed to the people under their care. Albany: From the power press of 
Hodman & White, No. "ji State-street. 1836. 8vo, pp. 31. nyp. The Narrative was 
prepared by a committee consisting of James Martin and John G. Smart, see note on 
verso of title. 

[Stark.] A Letter to the Associate Presbytery, of Cambridge. 
\_'NewYork? 1833?] 8vo, pp. 8. b. 90513 

Caption title. Signed: An Observer. 

Stark. Remarks on a Pamphlet by the Associate Presbytery of 
Albany, in a letter to the Associate Presbyterian Congregation of 
Grand Street, New- York. By the Rev. Andrew Stark. 'New- 
York: Robert Carter y 1 12 Canal Street. 1836. 8vo, pp. 29. 

B., NYH. 90514 

In answer to the title listed in the note on Case of Dr. Bullions, above. 

[Stark]. To the Associate Congregation of Grand-Street, 
New-York. [Philadelfhia? 1836.] 8vo, pp. 13. B. 90515 

Caption title. Signed: Andrew Stark. I 

Relates to Stark's suspension by the Associate Synod of North America, and in- j 

eludes a protest dated, Philadelphia, June i, 1836. 1 

[Stark.] A True and Faithful History of the Trial of the 
Rev. Alexander Bullions, d.d. before the Associate Presbytery of | 



STARK. 211 

Cambridge, on a Libel exhibited against him by that reverend body, 
in May, 1829; and before the Associate Synod of North America, 
at their Meeting in Philadelphia, in May, 1 830, whither the cause 
was carried by appeal. To which is prefixed, a Brief Account of 
some of the Causes which seem to have led to the Prosecution ; and 
the whole is interspersed with Remarks which may be useful to 
such as have business in Church Courts. By an Observer. . . . ]<leiju 
York: Published by William Stodarty No. 6 Cortlandt St. 1 83 1. 
8vo, pp. 45, verso blank, (i). aas., B., h.(law). 905 16 

Stark (Andrew), ed. Kansas Annual Register, 1864. See 

no. 3705 I, vol. 9. B., H., NYH., Y. 

Stark (Caleb). History of the Town of Dunbarton, Merri- 
mack County, New-Hampshire. From the grant by Mason's As- 
signs, in 175 1, to the year i860. By Caleb Stark. Concord: Pub- 
lished by G. Parker Lyon. i860. [Verso of title:] M'Farland <y 
Jenksy Printers. 8vo, pp. (4), vii— 272. 

AAS., B., BA., C, CU., H., HSP., M., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., 

WHS., Y. 90517 

Stark. Memoir and Official Correspondence of Gen. John >■, 
Stark, with notices of several other officers of the Revolution. Also, lJC^-^'T''^ 
a Biography of Capt. Phineas Stevens, and of Col. Robert Rogers, (\ "7 
with an account of his services in America during the "Seven ^ ^q ^ C '^j 
Years' War." By Caleb Stark. Concord: Published by G. Parker b> / / O O / 
Lyon. _Jj86o, [Verso of title:] Concordy N. H.: Steam Press of 
McFarland &' Jenksy Phenix Blocky Main Street. 8vo, pp. 495. 
Frontispiece portrait. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, CU., H., HEH., HSP., M,, NYH,, NYP., 
Also: Concord, 1877. nyp., wlc. P., WHS., Y. 90518 

[Stark], editor. Reminiscences of the French War. See 
Rogers (R.), no. 72730, vol. 17. 

Copies of one or other of the issues are located at aas., b., ba., c, cu., heh., nyh.. 



NYP. 



Stark (James). Vital Statistics of New Orleans. By James 
Stark, M.D., F.R.S.E., F.R.S.S.A., Fellow of the Royal College of 
Physicians, Edinburgh. (From the Edinburgh Medical and Sur- 
gical Journal, January 185 1.) Edinburgh: Printed by Robert 
Inches y Old Assembly Close, mdcccli. 8vo, pp. 16. 

AML., B., NYH. 905 I 9 



212 STARKE. | 

[Starke {Mrs. Mariana)]? The Poor Soldier. See no. ' 

64088, vol. 15. First edition, heh., nyp. Second edition, c, H. 1 

i 

According to Gushing, the author was probably Mrs. Starke. \ 

Starke. The I Widow I of I Malabar. I A I Trap;edv. I As it i 
is performed at the | Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. | Written ] 
by I Mariana Starke. | Philadelphia. | Printed and sold by E. Story y i 
in Fourth, be- | tween Market and Chesnut-streets. {No. 36.) I ' 

[179I?] 8vo, pp. (8), 33, (3). AAS., C, NYP. 90520 j 

Dedication dated, "Epsom, Jan. 24, 1791," in which year the first edition was ] 
printed in London. ' 

The AAS. copy is bound with other plays printed by Story, and originally issued '. 
separately. In this volume remaining copies were reissued with a general title page . 
as follows: The | American Theatre. | Being a Collection of Plays, taken | from i 
Bell's Theatre, | and performed by the old American | Company, Philadelphia. | 
... I Vol. I. I Printed and Sold by Enoch Story, Fourth street, | {No. 36.) nearly I 
opposite the Indian Queen. — 1792. | 

See Evans no. 2404.9, for other plays in this volume. 

Adapted from LeMierre's "La Veuve Du Malabar," according to the advertise- , 
ment on p. 4. The epilogue was "written in America." 

Starke (Richard). The | Office and Authority [ of a | Justice 
of Peace | explained and digested, | Under proper Titles. | To 
which are added, | Full and correct Precedents of all Kinds of 
Process | necessary to be used by Magistrates; in which also the 
Duty of I SheriiTs, and other publick Officers, is properly discussed. | 
By Richard Starke, Esquire. | Williamsburg: \ Printed by Alex- 
ander Pur die and John Dixon. \ M,DCC,LXXlv. | 8vo, pp. (4), 

35 3> (2)- AAS., C, JCB., VA.STATE LIB. 9052I 

Running title: The Virginia Justice. 

The author was probably Richard Starke whose death was announced in the "Vir- 
ginia Gazette" for July 30, 1772, and who was "attorney at law and clerk to two 
committees of the House of Burgesses." According to the preface of the book, the 
author died before the work was completed, and it was continued by "some benevo- 
lent Gentlemen of the Law . . . for the Benefit of a numerous and distressed family." 
See "William and Mary College Quarterly," vol. 4, 1896, p. 272. 

A Williamsburg, 1784, edition was listed as lot no. 566 in the catalogue of E. W. 
Very sale at the Merwin-Clayton Company's rooms. May 4—5, 1912. This may be 
an error for the above. 

Starke (Samuel). The Rebel Quakeress; or. The Tory 
Guardian. A Tale of the Revolution founded on fact. By Colonel 
Samuel Starke. N e-iv York: J. W. Mange &' Co. [cof. i860.] 
i2mo, pp. 64. Y. 90522 

Forms no. i of the series, "People's Five Cent Novelettes." Pp. 55-64 contain "The 
Sailor's Revenge" by Augustus Comstock. 

Starke (W. W.). Speech of W. W. Starke, of Abbeville, on 
codifying the Laws, delivered in the House of Representatives, in 



STARKE S POCKET. 



213 



'; December, 1828. Columbia ^ S. C. Printed by David W. Sims, 
• State and U. S. frinter. 1830. 8vo, pp. 23. heh. 90523 

I Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

I Starke's Pocket Almanac and General Register. See Montreal, 
; no. 50269, vol. 12. 

1 The best set we have located is at heh., i 842-1 874. 

j Starkey (George R.). An Introductory to the Fifteenth An- 

! nual Course of Lectures in the Homoeopathic Medical College of 

Pennsylvania. Philadelphia: A. M. Sf angler. 1862. 8vo, pp. 21. 

AML. 90524 

I Starkey. Valedictory Address delivered before the Homoeo- 
,pathic Medical College of Pennsylvania. Philadelfhia: Sf angler 
\^ Davis. 1865. 8vo, pp. 21. AML. 90525 

I Starkey (Thomas A[lfred]). The Church a Witness. The 
Sermon before the American Church Union, preached in Trinity 
j Chapel, Nevi^ York, at the annual meeting, Thursday, April 28th, 
■1870, by Thomas A. Starkey, d.d., Rector of the Church of the 
I Epiphany, Washington, D. C. New York: American Church 
\Press Co., Ill East Ninth Street. 1870. l6mo, pp. 18. 
I GTS., NYH. 90526 

: Starkey. The Claims of Hobart College for Support upon 
j Churchmen throughout the State. Synopsis of the Remarks of 
Rev. Thos. A. Starkey d.d., before the Diocesan Convention of 
Central New York at Auburn, June 9, 1874. Geneva, N. Y., 
S. H. Parker, Printer, Gazette Offi-ce. 1 874. 8vo, pp. lo. 
; B., H., WHS. 90527 

I Starkey. Farewell Sermon, preached in Christ Church, Troy, 
on the Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany, mdcccliv., by the Rev. 
I Thomas A. Starkey, Rector. . . . Troy, N.Y. A. W. Scribner and 
\Co., Printers, Cannon Place, second floor. 1854. 8vo, pp. (6), 

|5~I2. AAS., GTS. 90528 

The recto of the first leaf is blank. 

I Starkey. A Sermon, preached in Trinity Church, Cleveland, 
(Ohio, on Thanksgiving Day, November 28th, 186 1. By Rev. 
Thomas A. Starkey, Rector of the Church. . . . Cleveland: Fair- 
\banks, Benedict & Co., Printers, Herald Office. 1 86 1. 8vo, 

JPP- 10. BA., Y. 90529 

j VOL. XXIII. 14 



214 STARKEY SEMINARY. 

Starkey Seminary, Starkey, N. Y. Biennial Catalogue of 
the Officers and Students of Starkey Seminary, for the Academic 
Years 1853-55. Starkey, Yates County, N. Y. Penn Yan: 
Cleveland ^ Proudey Book and Job Printers. 1855. 8vo, pp. 20. 

A "previous catalogue" is mentioned on p. i6. BA.j M.j NYH. 9*^53*^ 

Starksborough and Lincoln Anti-Slavery Society. Ad- 
dress . . . See Slavery, no. 81766, vol. 20. aas., b., c, whs. 

Starkweather (Albert L.). The Manchester Homicide. A 
Sketch of the Life of Albert L. Starkweather, the murderer of 
his mother and sister. With a full report of his trial and conviction, 
and his confession. By A. S. Hotchkiss, local editor Hartford Daily 
Courant. Hartjord: 1866. 8vo, pp. 74. 

C.J H., NYH., NYP. 90531 

Starkweather (D[avid] A[ustin]). Speech of Hon. D. A. 
Starkweather, of Ohio, on the Oregon Question. Delivered in 
the House of Representatives, Friday, February 6, 1846. Wash- 
ington: Printed at the Office of Blair and Rives. 1846. 8vo, 
pp. 6. c, H., HEH., WHS. 90532 

Starkweather (G[eorge] A[nson]). Speech of Hon. G. A. 
Starkweather, of N. Y., on the Bill for the Relief of the Heirs of 
John Paul Jones. Delivered in House of Representatives, Febru- 
ary II, 1848. Washington: Printed at the Congregational Globe 
Office. 1848. 8vo, pp. 7. c, H., WLC. 90533 

Starkweather. Speech of Mr. George A. Starkweather, of 
New York, on the Mexican Treaty. Delivered in the House of 
Representatives, February 16, 1849. [At foot of p. I :] Towers, 
frinter, corner of Louisiana avenue and 6th street. [Washington. 
1849.] 8vo, pp. 16. h. M. 90534 

Caption title. 

Starkweather (H[enry] H[oward]). Republican Success 
Secures Reform, Economy, and Honest Administration. Speech 
of Hon. H. H. Starkweather, of Connecticut. In the House of 
Representatives, March ii, 1874. Washington: Government 
Printing Office. 1874. 8vo, pp. 15. AAS., C. 90535 

Also : Memorial Addresses on the Life and Character of Henry H. Starkweather 
(a representative from Connecticut,) delivered in the Senate and House of Represen- 
tatives, February 24, 1876. ... WasMngion: Government Printing Ojfice. 1876.: 
Large 8vo, pp. 41. Frontispiece portrait, aas., bm., c, nyp., y. j 



STARKWEATHER. 215 

Starkweather (John). A Narrative of Conversion to the 
Faith of the Pre-millennial Advent of Christ in 1843. With sug- 
gestions and references to aid Serious Inquiries after Truth. By- 
John Starkweather. Boston: Published at Ij\. Devonshire St. 1 843. 
[Verso of title:] Boston: Dozu &' Jackson's Power Press, 14 
Devonshire Street. i6mo, pp. 36. aas. 90536 

Starkweather (John C [on verse]). Statement of Mih'tary 
Services of Brigadier General John C. Starkweather, of Wisconsin, 
since the 4th of March, 186 1. By Request of the War Depart- 
ment. Daily Sentinel Print, Milwaukee. [1864.] 8vo, cover 
title and pp. 14. c, heh., nyh., whs. 90537 

Signed and dated at the end: John C. Starkweather. Brig. Gen. Vol. Washington 
City, March 9, 1864. 

Starkweather (Samuel). A New and Familiar System of 
Arithmetic, for the use of Schools. By Samuel Starkweather. First 
edition. Otsego: Printed by H. ^s? E. Phinney, Jun. and sold by 
them and L. &' J. Todd, wholesale and retail. 1 810. l6mo, 
pp. 107. heh. -f- Second edition, revised and corrected. Coopers- 
town: Published by H. ^ E. Phinney, and sold by them and by 
L. &' B. Todd, wholesale and retail. From L. &' B. Todd's Press, 
Hartivick, iS I S- [Verso of title:] E. B. Crandal, Printer. i6mo, 
PP- 107. heh. 90538 

Pp. 88-89 of the first edition are misnumbered 87-88, respectively. Titles supplied 
by Willard O. Waters. 

Starlight: or, Concise Biographies and Portraits of Eminent 
Deceased Ministers of the Gospel. New York: Edward H. 
Fletcher, 117 Nassau Street. 1855. 410, pp. (2), 96. 8 portraits. 

c, NYH. 90539 

S[tarling] (S[amuel]). An | Answer | To the Seditious 
and Scandalous Pamphlet, | entituled, | The Tryal of W. Penn 
and W. Mead, at the Sessions held at the Old Baily, | London, 
the I, 3, 4, 5, of Sept. 1670. I ... I Written by S. S. a Friend to 
Justice, and Courts of Justice. | London, Printed by W.G. 1 67 1 . | 
Small 4to, pp. (2), 38. bm., jcb. 90540 

"Smith, Anti-Quakeriana, page 409, gives only an edition under the year 1670. It 
was issued certainly before February 1671, for the main part of Truth Rescued . . . 
Penn's reply to Starling, is dated the '12th Moneth, 1670.' (i.e. February, 1670/71). 
Penn says in Truth Rescued, page 37, that the part of Starling's book which related 
to the trial itself was 'almost verbatim. The Second Edition of our own Tryal', pub- 
lished sometime after September 5, 1670." — jcb. Catalogue, vol. 3, 1931. 

Starling Medical College, Columbus, O. Catalogue of 
the Officers and Students of the Starling Medical College, for the 



2l6 STARNES. 

Session of 1847—8. Columbus, Ohio: Printed, by William B, 
Thrall. 1848. 8vo, pp. 15. Continued, aml., M., nyam. 90541 

Also : Deed of trust from Lyne Starling to Robert W. McCoy and others, for 
founding and sustaining a medical college in the city of Columbus, Dec. 1847. 
Columbus : W. B. Thrall. 1847. 8vo, pp. 7. aml. 

[Starnes (Ebenezer)]. The Slaveholder Abroad. See Slav- 
ery, no. 82069, '^ol- 20. DERENNE, C, WHS. 

Entered in the De Renne Catalogue under Starnes, with the following note: 
"Author's name furnished by the publishers, Lippincott & Co., from their records." 

Starnes (Henry). The Honorable Henry Starnes, m.l ., Mon- 
treal. ^Montreal? 1872?] 4to, pp. 4. Frontispiece portrait. 

NYH. 90542 

On p. 4: "He is now President of the Metropolitan Bank, which he has just or- 
ganized." The Metropolitan Bank is first listed in the issue of the Montreal Directory 
for 1872—73. 

Starr (Ann Eliza). Memoir of Ann Eliza Starr, of Con- 
necticut. . . . Depository, 13 north Fourth street American Sun- 
day School Union. Philadelfhia. 1826. l8mo, pp. 35, (l). Y. 
-f" Revised by the Committee of Publication. Philadelfhia: No. 
148 Chesnut Street. 1827. l8mo, pp. 31, including frontis- 
piece. B. -f- American Sunday School Union. Philadelfhia: No. 
146 Chesnut Street. [1830?] i6mo, pp. 31, including frontis- 
piece. AAS., BM. 90543 

Title of the 1826 edition supplied by Anne S. Pratt. Also published in the "Juve- 
nile Cabinet," Philadelphia, 1830. bm. 

Starr (Chandler). Address delivered at the Whig Conven- 
tion, held at Utica, the loth of September, by Chandler Starr, a 
merchant and delegate from the city of New York. \^n.f. 1834.] 
8vo, pp. 8. c. 90544 

Caption title. 

Starr. An Address delivered at the Whig Convention held at 
Utica, the tenth of September, one thousand eight hundred and 
thirty-four. By Chandler Starr, a merchant and delegate from 
the city of New-York. New-York: T. Snowden, Printer, 58 
Wall-street. 1 834. 8vo, pp. 1 6. C, HSP., NYH._, NYP. 90545 

Starr {Mrs. David), and others. In Memoriam. Biograph- 
ical Sketches of Mrs. David Starr, her daughter Sarah Elizabeth 
Starr and her daughter-in-law Mrs. D. Henry Starr. Halifax. 
1 86 1. 8vo, pp. 45. 90546 

Title from Morgan's "Bibliotheca Canadensis," 1867. 



STARR (e. A.). 217 

Starr (Eliza Allen). Poems, by Eliza Allen Starr. Phila- 
delfhia: H. McGrath. 1039 Chestnut Street. 1867. [Verso of 
title:] King ^ Beard, Printers, 607 Sansom St., Phila. iimo, 
pp. xii, 224. Frontispiece. BM., c, nyh., utex. 90547 

Several of the poems have historical interest. 

Starr (F. Ratchford). Address to the Members of the Dili- 
gent Engine Co., by F. Ratchford Starr, upon the anniversary of 
the opening of their room for a daily union prayer meeting. Phila- 
delphia, April 25, 1859. Philadelphia: Henry B. Ashmead, 
printer, Sansom Street above Eleventh. 1 85 9. 1 8 mo, pp. (2), 
l^' HSP. 90548 

[Starr (Frederick), Junior']. Letters for the People on the 
Present Crisis. See Letters, no. 40581, vol. 10. B., c, heh., 



NYP., Y 



The "Note to the Reader" on the verso of the title is dated, "New York, Oct. ist, 
1853." Starr's authorship is established in a ms. note pasted in one of the h. copies, 
giving an account of an interview with him. 

Starr. The Loyal Soldier. A Discourse delivered in the First 
Presbyterian Church of Penn Yan, Nevs^ York, at the funeral of 
Major John Barnet Sloan, of the 179th Regiment, N. Y. V. 
Infantry. Monday, 2 p.m., June 27th, 1864, by Rev. Frederick 
Starr, Jr., Pastor of the Church. Penn-Yan: G. D. A. Bridgman, 
Book and Job Printer. 1 864. 8vo, pp. 28. 

C, HEH., UTS., Y. 90549 

Starr. The Martyr President. A Discourse, delivered in the 
First Presbyterian Church, Penn Yan, N. Y., Sabbath Morning, 
April i6th, 1865, on the death of Abraham Lincoln, by the pastor 
Rev. Frederick Starr, Jr. Repeated by request in the North Pres- 
byterian Church, St. Louis, Mo. Sabbath Morning, May 14. 1865. 
By the Pastor Elect. . . . St. Louis: Sherman S fencer. Printer, 
No. 28 Market Street. 1 865. 8vo, pp. 19. 

B., C, HEH., NYP., WHS., Y. 9055O 
Cover title: Lincoln, the martyr president. 

Starr. What shall be done with the People of Color in the 
United States? A Discourse in the First Presbyterian Church of 
Penn Yan, New York, November 2d, 1862. By Rev. Frederick 
Starr, Jr., Pastor of the Church. Albany: Weed, Parsons and 
Company, Printers. 1862. 8vo, pp. 30. 

B., C, HEH., NYP., Y. 9O55 I 



2l8 STARR (g. C). 

Starr (George C). The Forest and Stream Hand-book for 
Riflemen. Giving Forms for Organization of Rifle Associations, 
By-laws, Rules for Practice and Competition ; Practical Hints con- 
cerning Ranges, Targets, Scoring, Rifles, Shooting, etc.; and a 
List of the Rifle Associations in America. Illustrated with maps, 
sketches and diagrams. By Major George C. Starr. Secretary, 
American Rifle Association. New York: J. B. Ford &? Comfany. 
1876. i6mo, pp. (4), 3-52, (12). BM.,c.,NYP.,Y. 90552 

Starr (Gideon). An Oration, delivered in the Dutch Church, 
in the City of Schenectady, on the Fourth of July, 1 80 1, before a 
Crowded Audience. By Gideon Starr. Albany: Printed by C. R. 
and G. Webster, at their Bookstore, corner of State and Pearl- 
Streets. [180I.] 8vo, pp. 14. AAS.,C., GTS., NYH. 90553 

[Starr (J. Leander)]. Statement in behalf of the National 
Loan Fund Life Assurance Association of London, in regard to 
the Claim of Mrs. Hertzell. Albany: J . Munscll, Printer. 1850. 
8vo, pp. 16. AAS. 90554 

Starr (J. W.). Atlas of Champaign Co. Ohio. From Surveys 
& Recorded Plans by J. W. Starr, c.E, & J. N. Headington, c.E. 
assisted by W. M. DeVoe, S. W. Van Winkle, S. P. Kaler & W. K. 
Patrick, Civil Engineers, C. W. L. Taylor, County Surveyor, 
Illustrations by W. M. DeVoe, Artist, Thos. Mathew, Asst. Pub- 
lished by Starr & Headington, Urbana, Ohio. 1874. . . . Stro- 
bridge ^ Co. Lith. Cint.i O. Large 4to, pp. 56, (2), 63-69, (3), 
including maps. 4 folded. nyp., whs. 90555 

Starr (Jeremiah.) A California Adventure and Vision ... 
Prose and Poetry, by Jeremiah Starr. Cincinnati. 1864. i6mo, 
pp. 102. CAL.SL. 90556 

Starr (M. B.). The Coming Struggle; or, What the people 
on the Pacific coast think of the Coolie invasion. By M. B. Starr. 
. . . San Francisco: Bacon & Comfany. 1873. l2mo, pp. 115, 
(i). Folded frontispiece. c. 90557 

Starr (Peter), b. 1744, d. 1829. A Half-Century Sermon, 
delivered at Warren, March 8, 1822, fifty years from the ordi- 
nation of the author to the work of the Ministry in that place. By 
Peter Starr. . . . Norwalk, Conn. Printed by S. W. Benedict. 
1823. 8vo, pp. 20. UTS. 90558 

For a sketch of the author, see "Clergy of Litchfield County," 1909, pp. 55- 



STARR (peter). 2I9 

Starr (Peter), b. 1778, d. i860. An Address, delivered at 
Westiield, August 14, 1844, at a meeting of the present and former 
pupils of Westfield Academy. By Peter Starr, Esq. — First Pre- 
ceptor, of Middlebury, Vt. ... Northamfton: Printed by John 
Metcalj. 1844. 8vo, pp. 16. B.,BA. 90559 

The author was a son of the preceding. See J. T. Hyde's "Tribute to the memory 
of Peter Starr, ll.d./' i860, nyp. 

Starr (R.) & Co. Specimen of Printing Types, by R. Starr & 
Co., Letter-founders, Albany. Albany. 1826. 90560 

Title from the Anderson Auction Company's catalogue for part 4 of the Hoe sale, 
November 18-22, 1912, no. 3903. 

Starr (Samuel). An Address, by the Rev. Samuel Starr, m.a., 
Rector of St. Michael's Church, Trenton; delivered August 22, 
A.D. 1848, by the appointment of the Right Rev. George W. 
Doane, d.d. ll.d., who then laid the Corner-stone of St. Paul's 
Church, South Trenton. Trenton: Printed by Phillips & Boswell. 

1848. 8vo, pp. 15. GTS.j HSP., UTS. 90561 

Cover title: Corner-stone Address. 

[Starr.] A Word of Self-Defence. Read by the Rector, at 
a full meeting of the Wardens and Vestrymen of St. Michael's 
Church, Trenton, New Jersey, and published with their unani- 
mous approval, September 1850. [Trenton. 1850.] 8vo, pp. 31. 

AAS., UTS. 90562 
Caption title. For a reply, see [Garthwalte (J. O.)], no. 26713, vol. 7. b., p., uts. 

Starr (Samuel C), publisher. Philosophy of the Temperance 
Society. An Address delivered before the Young Men's Tem- 
perance Association, for the Promotion of Temperance in the 
Town of Norwich, on Friday evening, June 20th, 1834. By a 
Member of the Association. Published by Samuel C. Starr. Nor- 
wich: Printed by J. Dunham. 1 834. 8vo, pp. 31. 

AAS., BM. 90563 

Starr (Sarah Elizabeth). See Starr {Mrs. David), and others. 

[Starr (Tarpley)]. Lost and Won: a rhyme of dark and 
^^yhrtzk ... Baltimore: Turnbull Brothers. 1874. i2mo, pp. 71. 

Dedication signed: Tarpley Starr. C. 9O564 

Starr (William E.). Services at the Induction of William E. 
Starr, Esq., as Superintendent of the State Reform School at West- 
boro', January 15, 1857. Boston: Printed by John Wilson and 
Son, 22, School Street. 1857. ^vo, pp. 28. B., BM., nyp. 90565 



220 STARR (w. G.). 

Starr (W[illia]m G.)- The Reply of Rev. Wm. G. Starr, to 
the pamphlet of Rev. W. B. Wellons, (Published July 15th, 1872.) 
This reply contains not only the actual correspondence which 
passed between the parties, and the pamphlet letter of Rev. Mr. 
Wellons, but also the Masonic Address which was delivered by 
Rev. Mr. Starr in Suffolk, Va., June 26th, 1872. Norfolk, Va.: 
Printed at the Journal Book and Job Office. 1 872. 8vo, pp. 43 

AAS., HEH. 90566 

Starr (William H[enry]). Discourses on the Nature of Faith, 
and kindred subjects, by the late Wilham H. Starr: with a me- 
moir. Chicago: D. B. Cook & Co. 1857. l2mo, pp. 289. 
Frontispiece portrait. c. 90567 

According to Allibone, the memoir and notes are by C. F. Hudson. 

Starr (W[illiam] H[olt]). A Centennial Historical Sketch 
of the Town of New London, by W. H. Starr, Secretary of the 
New London County Historical Society. New London: Power 
Press of George E. Starr. 1 876. 8vo, pp. 96. 

AAS., BA., BM., C, MINNHS., NYP., WHS., Y. 9O568 

Starr Institute, Rhinebeck, N. Y. Catalogue of the Starr 
Institute. Rhinebeck, N. Y. 1862. New York: James Miller , 
522 Broadway, {offosite St. Nicholas Hotel.) 1862. [Verso of 
title:] John F. Trozv, Printer and Electrotyfer, 50 Greene 
Street. 8vo, pp. 46. nyp. 90569 

Contains the catalogue of the "standard library," and that of the circulating de- 
partment. 

Starring (F[rederick] A[ugustus]). Report of an official 
investigation relative to the foreign market price and dutiable value 
of cast steel imported into the United States from Europe, and other 
matters pertaining thereto. By General F. A. Starring . . . Lon- 
don: [Chiswick Press]. 1874. 8vo, pp. 87, including tables. 

c. 90570 

The I Starry Calculator; | being an | Almanac | for the | year 
of our Lord, 1799. | I^" Instructive and Entertaining. | [2 
lines.] I Chambersburg, \ Printed for Robert Harfer. \ [1798-] 
8vo, pp. (40). AAS. 90571 

The I Starry Calculator ; | being an | Almanac | for the | year j 
of our Lord, 1800. | [3 lines.] | Lancaster, \ Printed by Henry \ 
and Benjamin Grimeer. \ [1799.] 8vo, pp. (36). AAS. 90572 j 



STARS AND STRIPES. 221 

The Stars and Stripes: the Flag of the United States of America; 
When, where, and by whom was it first Saluted? The Question 
answered. Concord^ N. H.: Printed by the Refublican Press 
Association. 1 876. 8vo, pp. 26. 

AAS., H., MINNHS., NYH,, NYP. 90573 

Contains source material relating to the question, compiled by B. F. Prescott, Sec- 
retary of State of New Hampshire. 

The Stars and Stripes in Rebeldom. See [Bates (W. C.)], 

no, 3950, vol. I. AAS,, B., C, HEH., MINNHS., NYP., WHS.,Y. 

The Stars and Stripes Songster. Original Patriotic Songs and 
Marching Choruses, written to Popular Operatic Airs and well- 
known Melodies. . . . New-York: Robert M. DeWitt, Publisher, 
No. 33 Rose St. [cop. 1861.] i6mo, pp. iv, (2), 5-72. heh. 

+ No. 2 New-York: Robert M. DeWitt, Publisher, No. 13 

F rank] or t Street, [cop. 1864.] l6mo, pp. 72. heh. 90574 

Cover title of the [1861] edition; The Stars and Stripes Songster. No. i. Titles 
supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

The Stars of Columbia. Dedicated to His Excellency, the Presi- 
dent of the U. States, and the Officers and Gentlemen of the Navy, 
likewise a Comic Patriotic Song, called, Yankee Arguments. New 
York: Published and Sold by Riley & Adams, 23, Chatham-St. 
1813 . .. 8vo, pp. 8. Bu. 90575 

Title supplied by Elizabeth C. Spicer. 

The Startling and Thrilling Narrative of the Dark and Terrible 
Deeds of Henry Madison, and his Associate and Accomplice, Miss 
Ellen Stevens, who was executed by the Vigilance Committee of 
San Francisco, on the 20th September last. Edited by Rev. P. Shel- 
don Drury. Charleston, S. C: Published by Barclay & Co. [cof. 
1857.] 8vo, pp. (2), 9-36, including illustrations. 2 plates, heh. 
+ Cincinnati: Published by Barclay & Co., 234 Main St. [cof. 
1857.] 8vo, pp. (2), 9-36, including illustrations. Frontispiece. 

h., heh. 90576 

The HEH. copy of the Charleston edition lacks pp. 19-20. Cover title of the Cin- 
cinnati edition: "Startling Confessions of the Terrible Deeds of Henry Madison, and 
his Associate and Accomplice, Miss Ellen Stevens ... Philadelphia: Published by 
Barclay & Co., 734 Market Street." nyp. has a photostatic reproduction of this 
edition. Titles supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

The Startling Confessions of Eleanor Burton; a thrilling tragedy 
from real life. Exhibiting a Dark Page in the manners, customs, and 
crimes of the "Upper Ten" of New York City, being a full and 
authentic disclosure of the mysterious aflFair in regard to which so 



222 STARTLING. 

many paragraphs have appeared in the papers of late, Phtladelfhla: 
E.E.Barclayy2'^'7^ Market St. 1852. 8vo, pp. (2), 9-34. Frontis- 
piece, c. 90577 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

A Startling Disclosure of the Secret Workings of the Jesuits; by 
a former French Roman Catholic, but now a Protestant and Col- 
porteur; together with the Secret Seal of the Confessional, the Obli- 
gations of the Confessor and the Confessed; the Creed and Oaths 
of Popery; the Secret Instructions of the Jesuits, and much other 
useful information. . . . \_Troy?'\ Published by the Author. 1854. 
i6mo, cover title and pp. (2), 27—103. Frontispiece portrait. 

"To the Reader" signed: G. A. Lord, Troy, N. Y. AAS. 90578 

Startling Disclosures! The Bureau of Engraving and Printing 
and its Head. A nest of corruption ! The indefinite contingent fund 
indefinitely distributed . . . An investigation imperative. \lVash- 
Ington? 187—? ] 8vo, cover title and pp. 8. c. 90579 

Signed: "An Employee of the Bureau." An attack upon G. B. McCartee. 

Startling Facts. A Tract for the Times. See [Shimeall (R[ich- 
ard] C[unningham] ), no. 80495, vol. 19. UTS., Y. 

Startling Facts for Native Americans called "Know-Nothings," 
or a vivid representation of the dangers to American liberty, to be 
apprehended from foreign influence. New York: Published at 128 
Nassau Street , offosite the Nassau Bank. 1 85 5. [At foot of p. 8:] 
W. Lordy Printer ^ Stereotyfer, 183 Willi[a]m Street. l2mo, 
pp.8, II— 112. Frontispiece, c, nyp. + [Same title imprint and 
date.] i2mo, pp. x, ii— 112, including frontispiece. B., C, H., 
HEH., WHS. + New York: Published at 128 Nassau St.; Ports- 
mouth: R. B. Marsh. 1855. i2mo, pp. x, 11-112, including 
frontispiece. c, y. 90580 

Copyrighted by E. Hutchinson. Improved title of no. 31846, vol. 9. 

Startling Incidents ... of Osowottomy Brown's Insurrectionary 
and Treasonable Movements. See Brown (John), no. 8521, 
vol. 2. HEH. 

Startling Truths relating to the Burning of the New Jersey. 
No. I. The Conduct of Wm. B. Reed and the Conspiracy against 
young Keyser fully exposed. [By] One acquainted with the facts. 
Philadelfhia: Theauthor. 1856. 8vo, pp. 24. ba., c, heh. 90581 

No more published. Accusations against the district attorney of Philadelphia 
County . . . charging him with failing to bring to trial the "Camden and Philadephia 



STATE AFFAIRS. 



223 



ferry company alias the Camden and Amboy rail road company" whose negligence, 
the author claims, was responsible for the burning of the ferryboat New Jersey on the 
Delaware River, March 15, 1856. — c. 

. . . State Affairs. Facts for the People. Republican and Dem- 
ocratic Management of Public Affairs in Ohio Compared. Legis- 
lature of 1874-5; School Question, &c., &c. [Columbus^ Repub- 
lican Executive Committee. 1875.] 8vo, pp. 36. c. Q0582 

Caption title, with heading: "(Read and Circulate.)". Supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

State Aid to Railroads. Concord: Printed for the Author by 
McFarland & Jenks. 1869. 8vo, pp. (2), 5-16. aas., b. 90583 

The State and National Banks. See [Robinson (L.)], no. 72 141, 
vol. 17. 

The State and the Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Co. [Baltimore. 
1870.] 8vo, pp. 8. c. 90584 

The State Canals. Action of the Chamber of Commerce, New- 
York. [New York. 1875.] 8vo, pp. 3. nyp. 90585 

Reprinted from the "Seventeenth Annual Report ... of the Chamber of Commerce 
of the State of New York," 1875, pp. xvi-xviii. 

The State Debt. A Plain Statement of Facts, submitted to the 
consideration of the moderate of all parties: by a Democrat who 
opposed Governor Johnston, but is willing to let well enough alone. 
[Philadelphia. 1 850.?] 8vo, pp. 4. HSP. 90586 

Caption title. Signed, A Democratic Tax Payer, of the JefTerson School. 

State Documents relating to the Conferences at Jalapa. See 
Jalapa, no. 35540, vol. 9. 

State Education not radically wrong. See Maryland, no. 45 137, 

vol. II. 

The State Gazette and Merchants and Farmers' Directory for 
Maryland and District of Columbia. Giving Place and Style of 
Business Firms and Persons engaged in Commercial and Profes- 
sional Pursuits, together with the names of all the principal Farm- 
ers, Agriculturists and Horticulturists in the State of Maryland and 
District of Columbia. All Cities, Towns and Villages on the various 
Railroad and Steamboat Lines, geographically located ; also an ap- 
pendix containing the United States Stamp Duties. The whole ar- 
ranged in a condensed form for use in the Counting Room. Balti- 
more: Published by Sadler, Drysdale & Purnell. J. Wesley Smith 



224 STATE OF CALIFORNIA. 

& Brother, Printers, 157 West Baltimore Street. 187 1. Large 
8vo, pp. viii, 924. C, NYP. 90587 

The c. copy lacks pp. 923-924. 

Several unnumbered leaves of advertisement are Included at the beginning and end. 

The State of California and the Boundary of Texas. [«. f. 
1849?] 8vo, pp. 10. c. 90588 

Caption title. Signed: Halifax. 

State of Colombia, or Reports of the Secretaries of State. See 
Colombia, no. 14622, vol. 4. aas., H., hisp.soc.amer., P. 

State of Facts. See Georgia, no. 27 II2, vol. 7. aas., b., ba., c, 

H., HEH., JCB., NYP.j Y. 

According to the De Renne Catalogue, 193 1, the pamphlet was probably printed in 
Philadelphia. Evans enters under Georgia Mississippi Company. 

A I State I of I Facts: | or a | Sketch | of the | Character and | 
Pohtical Conduct | of the | Right Hon. Charles Fox. | . . . Lon- 
don: I Printed for Richardson and Urquhart, at the Royal- \ Ex- 
change; T. Evans, Strand; and G. Harlowe, (Sue- \ cessor to the 
late Mr. Ridley) in St. Jameses-Street. \ m,dcc,lxxxii. | 8vo, 
fp. (2), 98. NYP., WLC. + London: | Printed for T. Evans, 
Strand; and G. Harlowe, (Sue- \ cessor to the late Mr. Ridley) in 
St. Jameses-Street. \ M, DCC^LXXXIII. | [Same Collation.] i 

JCB. 90589 I 

! 

Attributed by Halkett & Laing to — Tetherington, on the authority of the catalogue j 

of the London Institute. Contains many allusions to Fox's attitude towards the Ameri- j 

can colonies at the time of the Revolution. ; 

A State of Facts relating to the Petition of Lord and Lady Car- j 
digan and Lord Montagu and their Trustees concerning the Islands 1 
of Saint Vincent and Santa Lucia, to the King in Council. [London, j 
1763?] S.sh. folio. BM. 90590 j 

A MS. note prepared by Joseph Sabin lists the same title, with the imprint, [London, j 
1849], and collation, 4to, pp. 5. j 

A I State of Facts, | relative to the | Establishment and Conduct 
of the I Quarter Master General's Department | at Nev^ York; 
with some | Observations ] on the | seventh Report | of the ] Com- 
missioners. I Appointed to examine, take, and state the ] public Ac- 
counts of the Kingdom. | [London?] 1 782. | Folio, pp. (2), 50. 

JCB. 90591 

In the JCB. copy is a slip, apparently furnished by Henry Stevens, Son &^ Stiles, 
which reads as follows: "As far as we can find out this is quite unknown. You will note 
written at the top of the title 'Copiously annotated by Sir H. Clinton (From his 
Library).' The annotations consist of long notes or additions and corrections on al- 



STATE OF GERRISH. 225 

most every page. We think from all appearances it was probably written by Sir Henry 
Clinton himself but never published. This being a proof copy with alterations and 
corrections for press in Sir Henry Clinton's handwriting." 

Information furnished by Catherine C. Quinn. 

See also, Clinton (H.), no. 13750. 

The I State | of | Gerrish and Barrell's | Accounts | and | Dis- 
putes, I deliver'd | Mr. Robert Sanderson, | and | Mr. Nathaniel 
Bethune, | June 1 75 i. | Boston: Printed and Sold by D. F ovule in \ 
Queen-Street, next to the Prison. 175 i. | 4to, pp. 46, list of books 

(l). AAS., BA., M. 90592 

Signed: John Barrell. Improved title of no. 3599, vol. i, and no. 27165, vol. 7. 

State of Importations from Great-Britain, into the Port of Bos- 
ton. See Boston, nos. 6559 and 6560, vol. 2. 

The State of Indiana Delineated. See Indiana, no. 34577, vol. 9. 

H,, NYP. 

State of Law and Manners in Jamaica illustrated, by the accounts 
given in the Christian Record of that island, of the conduct of 
Councils of Protection, and of the minutes of evidence in the case 
of the Rev. Mr. Bridges and his slave Kitty Hylton. [Colophon:] 
London: S. Bagster Jun, Printer, 14, Bartholomew Close. 
[183-?] 8vo, pp. 16. B., H., NYP. 90593 

Caption title. 

Cundall in his "Supplement to Bibliographia Jamaicensis," 1908, arranges the title 
of the above, between works printed in 1837 and 1839. 

A State of Mr. Paterson's Claim upon the Equivalent. See Scots 
Settlement, no. 78237, vol. 19. h., job. 

State of New-York Agricultural Almanac for the year of our 
Lord 1823. • • • Calculated for the Horizon and Meridian of Al- 
bany . . . Published under the Patronage of the Board of Agriculture. 
. . . Albany: Sold by Daniel Steele &' Son, No. 437 South Market- 
street. Packard &' Van Benthuysen, Printers. [1822.] 1 2 mo, 

pp. (48). AAS., B., C, M., NYH., WHS. 9O594 

For an almanac with a similar title for 1821 also issued under the patronage of the 
Board, see Southwick (Solomon), no. 88654, '^o'- 22. (The latter issued one for 1822, 
without any statement to that effect, also for the years 1823 and 1824.) Other alma- 
nacs were issued under the patronage of the Board in 1824 and 1825, "the Agricultural 
Selections by J. Buel." 5^6- Wall's "List of New York Almanacs," 1921. 

The I State of Religion | in | New-England, | Since the Rever- 
end I Mr. George Whitefield's Arrival there. | In | A Letter from a 
Gentleman in New- | England to his Friend in Glasgow. | To 
which is subjoined an | Appendix, containing Attestations | of the 



226 STATE OF RELIGION. 1, 

f 

principal Facts in the Letter, | By The Reverend | Mr. Chauncy, | 
Pastor of the | first Church of Christ in | Boston, | Mr. John Cald- [ 
well, in I New-Londonderry, | Mr. John Barnard Pastor | of a i 
Church in Marblehead, | Mr. Turell, | Mr. Jonathan Parsons [ j 
Minister at Lyme, and | Dr. Benjamin Colman, | Minister in Bos- j 
ton. I Glasgow y \ Printed by Robert Foulis, and sold by \ him and \ 
other Booksellers in Edinburgh^ \ and Glasgow, mdccxlii. | 8vo, i 
pp. 44- GTS., NYP., Y. 90595 j 

This and the two following editions are signed "A. M." j 

For a reply, see Whitefield's "Some Remarks on a late Pamphlet ..." j 

The I State | of j Religion | in | New-England, since the Rever- ! 
end Mr. | George Whitefield's Arrival there, | In a Letter from a j 
Gentleman in New- [England to his Friend in Glasgow: | With anj 
Appendix, | Containing Proofs of the principal Facts, and far- | therj 
Accounts of the Disorders in Matters of | Religion, lately introduced ] 
into various Parts of | New-England and Carolina. | These Facts ' 
are attested and confirmed by the Authority of | the Reverend Dr. j 
Chauncy, Mr. Caldwell, Mr. Barnard, Mr. | Turrel, Mr. Parsons,i| 
Dr. Colman, Mr. Gilbert Tennent, Mr. | Appleton, Mr. Mather,! 
&c. I To which is prefixed | A Reply to Mr. Whitefield's Remarks | 
on the first | Edition. | Glasgow, \ Printed by R. Foulisy and sold\ 
by him and the Booksellers \ in Glasgow and Edinburgh; At Lon-\ 
don, by A. Millar, 0- \ ver-against Katherine's Street in the Strand] 
MDCCXLII. I Price One Shilling. \ i2mo, pp. (2), xviii, II2, (4),! 
blank recto, ( i ) . c, gts., h., y. 90596 1 

B., NYP. and PRINCETON have imperfect copies of this edition. 

State of Religion in New-England, since the Rev. Mr. George 
Whitefield's arrival there. In a letter from a gentleman in New-j 
England to his friend in Glasgow. Boston. 1743. 9^597 i 

Title from Evans, no. 5233. I 

State of Society and Slavery in Jamaica. See Jamaica, no. 35662,] 
vol. 9. H. j 

State of the Accounts ... 

For statements of the accounts of ofRcials of various localities, with titles beginning 
as above, see the name of the local unit to which they relate. If unintentionally omitted 
under the proper heading, there will nevertheless be no attempt to include them under j 
title. j 

The State of the Action Brought by William Fletcher againstj 
William Vassall. See Fletcher (W.), no. 24744, vol. 6. AAS.,| 

H.,M. 



STATE OF THE ALLEGATIONS. 



227 



A I State I of the | Allegations and Evidence produced, [ and | 
Opinions of Merchants and other Persons given, | to the Commit- 
tee of Council; | extracted from their report of the 31st of May 
1784, I on His Majesty's Order of Reference of the | 8th of March 
last, I made upon the representation of the West-India Planters | 
and Merchants, purporting to shew the distressed state of | His 
Majesty's Sugar Colonies by the operation of | His Majesty's Order 
in Council of the 2d of July 1783, and the | necessity of allowing a 
free intercourse between the Sugar Co- | lonies and the United States 
of Amerca, in American bottoms. | [London^] Printed in the year 
M.DCC.LXXXiv. I Folio, pp. 32, (3). WLC. + Printed in the Year 
M DCC Lxxxiv ; Reprinted by order of the Society of Shif-Owners 
of Great-Britain [London?'] 1 806. 8vo, pp. 154, xxxi. 90598 

The WLC. copy of the first edition has a ms. note on title page "by the Right 
Honble Charles Jenlcinson [ist earl of Liverpool]." Henry Stevens, Son, and Stiles, 
from whom the book was purchased, suggested that the inscription was in the hand of 
Lord Sheffield. Information supplied by Elizabeth B. Steere. 

Title of the 1806 edition from a ms. note prepared by Joseph Sabin. 

State of the application to Congress, for aid to complete the post 
road from Philadelphia to Baltimore, and observations thereupon. 
[n.f. 1831.] 8vo, pp. 3, 12. 90599 

Title from an early ms. note prepared for Sabin's Dictionary. 

State of the Argument between Great Brtain and her Colonies. 
London. 1775. 8vo. 90600 

Title from a clipping from an unidentified bookseller's catalogue. 

State I of the | British and French Colonies | in | North America, | 
With Respect to | Number of People, Forces, Forts, | Indians, Trade 
and other Advantages. | In which are considered, | I. The defence- 
less Condition of our Plantations, | and to what Causes owing. | 
II. Pernicious Tendency of the French Encroach- | ments, and the 
fittest Methods of frustrating | them. | III. What it was occasioned 
their present Invasion, | and the Claims on which they ground their | 
Proceedings. | With a | Proper Expedient proposed for | prevent 
ing future Disputes. | In Two Letters to a Friend. | London: 
Printed for A. Millar^ in the Strand. \ mdcclv. | {Price 2s. 6d.) 
Svo, pp. (2), 150 (misnumbered 190.). 

AAS., B., BA., C, CU., H., HEH., JCB._, M., NYP., WLC, Y. 9060I 

State of the Case and Argument ... in the Case of the Bank of 
the United States. See [Hammond (C.)], no. 30090, vol. 8. BA., 

HEH. 




228 STATE OF THE CASE. 

A I State of the Case ] between | the South-Sea Company, | and 
the Proprietors of the | Redeemable Debts. | [London. 1723?] 
FoHo, pp. 7, (i). Y. 90602 

Caption title. Date supplied from internal evidence. The following is stamped on 
the last page, so as to appear on the outside of the pamphlet when folded, The Case 
of the Annuitants of the Redeemable Debts. Information supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 
For a 1720 edition, see South Sea Company, no. 88203, vol. 22. 

State of the Case in Dispute between the Queen and the late As- 
semblies. See New York State, no. 53974, vol. 13. c. 

The State of the Case of the Sugar Plantations in America. (The 
state of the English sugar with that of Portugal.) [London. 
1670?] S. sh. folio. BM. 90603 

State of the Church : an Article from the Princeton Review for 
April 1838. Princeton: Printed by John Bogart. 1838. 8vo, 
pp. 28. UTS. 90604 

A I State I of the | Claim of His Majesty's Bermuda Subjects | to 
the I Right of Gathering Salt at Turks Islands, ] Referred to by the 
Governor, Council, and Assembly of | Bermuda, in their Memorial 
of the 7th Day of May, 1790, | to the Right Honourable William 
Wyndham Grenville, | His Majesty's Secretary of State for the 
American | Department. | London: Printed in the Year 1790. | 
4to,pp. (2),26. JCB. 90605 

Title supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. 

The I State | of the | Clergy, | in | Virginia, | before the | Amer- 
ican Revolution. I [London? 1783?] 8vo, pp. (2), II. 

HEH., WLC. 90606 

A plea for compensation by the British government to the loyalist clergy of Virginia. 
It is possible that a leaf is missing in both copies as B^, on which the text begins, im- 
mediately follows the title. Title and information supplied by Willard O. Waters and 
Elizabeth B. Steere. 

The I State of the College | in | Rhode-Island. | [London. 
1767.] 8vo, pp. 8. AAS., JCB. 90607 

Caption title. Prepared in connection with a campaign for raising subscriptions for 
the college in Great Britain, and dated at the end, London, Nov. 14, 1767. A part of 
a letter from Francis Alison, minister of the first Presbyterian church in Philadelphia 
... to the Rev. James Moody of Newry, dated Philadelphia, Feb. 9, 1767, forms 
pp. 4-8, and introduces Morgan Edwards, the commissary of the college. 

The State of the Commerce of Great Britain with reference to 
Colonial and other produce for 183 1. LoWow. 1831. 8vo, pp. 30. 

90608 

Title from the catalogue of works relating to America in the library of the Canadian 
Parliament, 1858, p. 1 152. 



STATE OF THE CONSTITUTION. 229 

State of the | Constitution of the Colonies. | \^London? ly — ?] 
Fohb, pp. 4. cu. 90609 

Caption title. A note at foot of p. 2 refers to a "Law in New-England, confirmed 
by the Crown, Oct. 22, 1700." "Steven's Historical Collections," 1881-1886, no. 860, 
suggests 1720 as the approximate date of publication. 

The State of the Country. Advanced Sheets of the Princeton 
Review. [Philadelphia. 1861.] 8 vo, cover title and pp. 36. 

B., H., HSP., NYP. 90610 

By Charles Hodge. For a reprint from the Princeton Review, with some textual 
changes, see no. 32330, vol. 8. b., cu., h., m., nyp., uts. Both editions are anony- 
mous. 

A State of the Earl | of Stirling's Title, to that Part | of New- 
England, now commonly called | Sagadahook. | [Woodbridge? 
1768.] Folio broadside. 9061 1 

From a photostate in aas. of the original in the Massachusetts MSS. Archives, 
vol. 118, p. 378. James Parker was printing at this date at Woodbridge, near Baskin- 
ridge, where the "Earl of Stirling's Office" was located. 

Also, in the Massachusetts Archives, vol. ii8, p. 379: To be sold, | A Tract of Land 
of One Hundred Thousand Acres, situate on the | East Side of Penobscot-River, in the 
Eastern Part of Ncw-Eng- | land, on the following Conditions, viz. | [Woodbridge? 
1768.] Folio broadside. Dated: July 20, 1768. From a photostat in aas. also at 
NYP. It is stated that "A Map of the whole, with a State of the Title, is to be seen 
at the Earl of Stirling's Office, at Baskinridge, in Somerset County;" and at various 
other places in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts-Bay. 

These two broadsides were forwarded to Governor Bernard of Massachusetts with a 
letter signed "Stirling," and dated "Baskinridge August loth 1768" which was written 
by William Alexander, who claimed to be the Earl of Stirling. He asked for encour- 
agement to the settlers whom he expected to send the following spring. Instead, the 
Governor at the advice of a Committee of Council, issued a proclamation dated 
Sept. 7, 1768, declaring that the "persons claiming under the said first Earl of Stirling 
have no right or title whatsoever to the said Country or any part thereof ..." See 
"Documentary History of the State of Maine," published by the Maine Historical 
Society, vol. 14, 1910, pp. 85-91. Information from Clarence S. Brigham. See also 
nos. 740 and 741, vol. i. 

State of the embarrassments and difficulties the trade labors under 
by means of the late regulations and Revenue Acts. Drawn up by 
Messrs. Wells, Inches, Dennie, Molineaux and Smith. Boston. 
11769. 4 to, pp. 24. 90612 

I Title from Haven's list. 

I 

State of the Foreign Slave Trade. See [Wilks (S. C.)]. 

State of the Exports and Imports of the British Sugar Colonies. 
[n.d.] 4to. 90613 

^ Title from Stevens' "Schedule of two thousand American Historical Nuggets," 
11870, where it is listed chronologically, following the titles dated 1757. Probably 
l^rinted in London. 

VOL. XXIII. 15 



230 



STATE OF THE GREAT. 



State of the Great Ship Canal Question. The Convention between ] 
Great Britain and the United States. By the Author of "Mosquito, [ 
Nicaragua, and Costa Rica." London. 1850. 8vo. -\- London: \ 
Effingham Wilson. 185 I. 8vo, pp. 24. BM. 90614 

Title of the first edition supplied from the "Publisher's Circular" for October i, [ 

1850, no. 3454- , , . . . . , \ 

Originally published as a magazine article. An excerpt of this printing with pages ; 

numbered 255-276, is in nyp. and has the ms. note that it is from the "British and 1 

Colonial Magazine and East India Review," Sept. 1850. j 

State of the Importations from Great Britain, into the Port of | 
Boston. See Boston, no. 6558, reentered under John Mein, the;! 
author of the preface, as 47406, vol. 1 1, aas., ba., m.; also 6559, j 
H. and 6560, vol. 2. M. I 

The I State | of | The Island of | Jamaica. | Chiefly in | Relation;! 
to its Commerce, | and the | Conduct of the Spaniards | in the | 'l 
West-Indies. | Address'd to a Member of Parliament. | By a Person ' 
who resided several Years at Jamaica. | London: \ Printed jar E.'] 
Whitridge, the Corner of Castle- \ Alley in Cornhill. 1725. Ij 
8vo, pp. 79. B. 906151 

The letter is dated on p. 39: Charleton in Kent, Feb. 25, 1725, and signed : A j 

B . It is followed by illustrative documents, pp. 40-79. For a later edition, see\ 

Jamaica, no. 35663, vol. 9. ba., c, h., jcb., nyp., y. j 

The State of the Lands said to be once within the Bounds of the , 
Charter of the Colony of Connecticut. 5^d? Connecticut, no. 15692,] 

vol. 4. BA,, C, M.J Y. j 

The State of the Nation, at the commencement of the year 1 822.1 
Considered under the Four Departments of the Finance — Foreign | 
Relations — Home Department — Colonies, Board of Trade, etc.j 
London: J . Hatchard & Son. 1822. 8vo, pp. ii, 207. BM. + Sec-j 
ond Edition. [Same imprint and date.] 8vo, pp. (4), 210. HSP.i 
-h Third Edition. [Same imprint and date.] 8vo, pp. (2), 207.: 
NYP., PEAB. + Fourth Edition. [Same imprint and date.] 8vo, 
pp. (4), 203. BA., BM., NYP. + Fifth Edition. [Same imprint and, 
date.] 8vo, pp. (2), 203. BA., BM., NYP., Y. + Sixth Edition. 
With an Appendix. [Same imprint and date.] 8vo, pp. (4), 220.! 
BA., NYP. + Seventh Edition. With an Appendix. 8vo, pp. 220, 

BM. 90616 

The sixth edition is reprinted without the appendix in "The Pamphleteer," vol. 20 

1822, pp. 1-92. BM., C, NYP. 

The I State | of the | Nation ] consider'd, | in a | Letter | to a t 
Member of Parliament. I London: \ Printed for W. Webb near 



STATE OF THE NATION. 



231 



M. 



■ St. Paul's. I (Price One-Shilling.) | [1747?] 8vo, pp. vi, 58. B.,.., 
. JCB., NYP. + The second Edition. [Same imprint. 1747.?] Svo' 
jpp. vi, 58. JCB. + The third Edition. [Same imprint. 1747.?] 

i Svo, pp. vi, 58. BM., JCB. + Fourth Edition. [London. 1747?] 
|8vo,pp. vi, 58. BM. 90617 

I On p. ill of the introduction of the work entered below, generally considered to be 
I by John Carteret, Earl Granville, the writer states that "Before the State of the Nation 
' is entered upon for the current Year, it may be extremely necessary to form a brief 
Recapitulation of what we remarked under the same Title the last Year ..." This 
t refers evidently to the above tract. 

Titles of the second and third editions supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. 

j ^ The I State | of the | Nation | For the Year 1 747, | and | Respect- 
ing 1748. I Inscribed to a Member of the present | Parhament. | 
'. . . I London: \ Printed for M. Cooper at the Globe in \ Pater- 
\noster Row. 1747. | 8vo, pp. xvi, 68. BM., c, jCB., nyp. -j- Sec- 
lond Edition. [Same imprint, date and collation.] + Third Edi- 
jtion. [Same imprint.] 1748. 8 vo, pp. xvi, 68. BM. 90618 

■ Contains many references to the West Indian and North American trade. Attrib- 
,uted by Halkett and Laing- to John Carteret, Earl Granville, on the authority of the 
! Gladstone library catalogue. 

1^ The I State | of the | Nation | For the Year 1747, | And Respect- 
ling 1748. I Inscrib'd to a | Member of the present Parliament. | 
|. . . I Dublin: I Printed by S. Powell, \For A. Bradley , at the Two 
Bibles in Dame-street. | M DCC XL viii. | 1 2 mo, pp. x, 62. 

nyp. 90619 

' The I State | of the | Nation, | with | a general balance | of the | 
Publick Accounts. | . . . | London: \ Printed for M. Cooper, at the 
Globe in Pater- \ noster Row. 1 748. | 8vo, pp. (4), 55. Folded 
;table. bm., c, nyp., wlc. + The Second Edition. [Same im- 
print and date.] 8vo, pp. (4), 55, (i). bm., y. -{-Dublin: 
Printed by S. Powell, | for G. Faulkner, in Essex-street; and A. 
Bradley, in Dame-street, mdccxlix. | 8vo, pp. 48. Y. 90620 

Titles of the last two editions listed are supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 
4/jo; A Supplement to the State of the Nation; being Free Thoughts on the pres- 
ent Critical Conjuncture. London: M.Cooper. 174.8. Svo, pp. xil, 52. bm. 

The I State of the Navy | consider'd | In relation to the | Victual- 
ling, I Particularly in the Straits, and the | West Indies. | With | 
i:5ome Thoughts on the Mismanagements of the | Admiralty for 
iseveral Years past; and a | Proposal to prevent the like for the 
ifuture. I Humbly offer'd to the Honourable House of Commons, 
|by I an English Sailor. | London, \ Printed for A. Baldwin in War- 



232 STATE OF THE PRESENT. 

wlcklancy 1699. I Price 3 d. \ 4to, pp. 16. B., nyp. + The Second 
Edition. I [Same imprint, date and collation.] bm., c. 90621 

For replies, see: Observations on a late scandalous paper reflecting on the Admi- 
ralty, &c. Said to be written by an English Sailer. Humbly offer'd by one who is not 
a Sailer, tho' of long service in the Navy. [London :~\ J. Nutt. 1699. 4to, pp. 8. 
BM. — Observations on a pamphlet touching the present condition of the navy and 
victualling. With some particular remarks on the author, and on what he writes 
touching the Q.'s and R.'s. By a well-wisher to the royal navy of England. London: 

J. Nutt. 1700. 4t0, pp. 25. BM. 

State I of the | Present Form o£ Government | of the | Province 1 
of Quebec. | With | A Large Appendix; | containing | extracts from ;! 
the minutes of an inves- | tigation into the past administration | of \ 
justice in that province, | instituted by order of | Lord Dorchester, j 
in 1787, I and from | other original papers. | London: | Printed jar \ 
J. Debretty offosite Burlington-House, | Piccadilly. | MDCCLXXxix. | j 

8vo, pp. (4), 176. B., C, CANARCH.j H., JCB., NYP., Y. + Lo«- ij 

don: I Printed in the Year 1790. | Svo, pp. (2), 176. ! 

HSP., JCB. 90622 j 

According to Gagnon, the author is probably Sir James Monk, Chief Justice of the I 
King's Bench at Montreal. For "Observations" on the above, see no. 56491, vol. 13. 1 

The State of the present Government of Trinidad, under the j 
operation of the mutilated Spanish system : an immediate introduc- j 
tion of the British Laws &c., proposed. London. 18 17. Svo, pp. 90. j 

90623 j 

Title from the catalogue of works relating to America in the library of the Cana- 
dian Parliament, 1858, p. 1094. j 



A I State I of the | Proceedings | in the | House of Commons, | | 
with Relation to the | Impeached Lords: | And what happened! 
thereupon between the | two Houses. | London, | Printed for Ed- \ 
ward J ones y and Timothy Goodwin. | mdcci. | Folio, pp. (2), j 
5-57 (misnumbered 61), (2). jcb. 90624 | 

Relates to the War of the Spanish Succession and in part to Captain Kidd. Title i 
supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. I 

I 

The State of the Proceedings of the Corporation of the Governors 
of the Bounty of Queen Anne, for the Augmentation of the Main- 
tenance of the poor Clergy. Philadelphia: Samuel Keimer. 1725* 

Title from Hildeburn. 90625 

State of the Province of Georgia. See [Stephens (William)]. 

The State of the Question, addressed to the Petitioners for thci 
Abolition of the Slave Trade. By a Plain Man, who signed thej 
Petition at Derby. London. 1792. Svo, pp. 13. BM. 906261 



, STATE OF THE QUESTION. 233 

i 

': The State of the Question of Jurisdiction and Boundary between 

New Jersey and Delaware. A. D. 1873. Trenton, N. J.: Wm. 

I S. Sharp's Priniing and Publishing House. 1873. 4to, pp. 328. 

I 5 maps, four of which are folded. c., h._, nyp. 90627 

I State of the Question of Negro Slavery, in January, 1830. Re- 
; spectfully submitted to His Majesty's Government. [London 
I 1830.] 8vo, pp. 32. Y, ^0628 

1 Caption title. Many references to Trinidad and the Antilles. Information sup- 
[ plied by Anne S. Pratt. ^ 

A I State j of the | Right of the Colony of New- York, | with re- 

i spect I To it's Eastern Boundary on Connecticut River, | So far as 

: concerns the late Encroachments | under | The Government of 

New-Hampshire. | And also | a | State | of the | Rights of the Colony 

i of New- York, | So far as concerns the Grants formerly made | by the I 

French Government of Canada, | Of Lands on Lake-Champlain, | 

I And at[,] and to the Southward | Of Crown-Point. | Agreed to and 

; published by the General Assembly of the Colony of | New-York, 

! at their Sessions in m,dcc,lxxiii. | New-York: Printed by H. 

Gaine, Printer, Bookseller, and Stationer, \ at the Bible and Crown, 

I in Hanover -Square, 1 773. | Folio, pp. 28. 

i C, H., HEH., JCB., M., NYP. 90629 

According to John Adams' diary, published in his "Works," vol. 2, 1850 pp 34.9- 
350, the tract was "principally drawn by Mr. [James] Duane, who has unhappily 
involved almost all his property in those lands." The Brinley copy has a presenta- 
tion inscription from Duane to William Smith. See the Brinley catalogue, no. 2799 

Also printed in the Journal of the General Assembly for 1773, pp. 93-118. 

Reprinted in Ethan Allen's "Brief Narrative," Hartjord, [1774.], pp. 189-211 
This reprint was wrongly entered under Wm. Duane, our no. 20987, vol. C as a 
separate edition. 

Often found bound preceding the "Narrative of the Proceedings . . . concerning 
the Lands lately usurped by New-Hampshire," and its appendices, 1773, our 

no. 51825-6, vol. 12. This, according to the title, was "intended as an Appendix to 
the General Assembly's State of the Right of the Colony of New-York." 

A I State I of the | Rise and Progress | of our | Disputes with 
Spain, I and of the | Conduct of our Ministers | relating thereto. | 
London: \ Printed for T. Coofer at the Globe, in \ Pater-Nos'ter 
Row, MDCcxxixx [i.e., 1739]. I 8vo, pp. (2), 76. 

DERENNE, JCB., NYH._, NYP., WHS., Y. 9063O 

Sheets H and I, pp. 49-64, are mispaged 41-56. Attributed by Halkett and Laing 
to Hugh Hume Campbell, T,rd earl of Marchniont. 

A I State I of the | Rise | and | Progress | of the | Disputes with 
Spam. I London: \ Printed for H. Goreham, next the Leg- | 



234 STATE OF THE SUGAR-TRADE. 

Tavern, in Fleet-Street. 1740. | {Price One Shilling.^ | 8vo, pp. 
(2), 76. NYP. 90631 

This edition has been reset. 

The I State | of the | Sugar-Trade ; [ shewing the | Dangerous 
Consequences | that | Must attend any additional Duty thereon. I 
London: | Printed by E. Say, in Avemary-Laney for R. Willocky 
at Sir I Isaac Newton' s-Head in CornhilL 1 747. | {Price Six- \ 
Pence. ^ | 4to, pp. 17, appendices (7). j 

BA., BM., C, H., HEH., JCB., NYP., Y. 90632 | 
BM. lists another issue, the same except for a variant title page. j 

The I State | of the | Trade [ and | Manufactory | of | Iron | in | 1 
Great-Britain | considered. | \_London?^ Printed in the Year I 
1750. I i2mo, pp. 15. BM., c, JCB. 90633 j 

Contains many references to American iron. Title supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. { 

A I State of the Trade | carried on with the | French | on the ;{ 
Island of Hispaniola, | by the Merchants in North- America, | under j 
colour of flags of truce. | Occasioned by some captures of the said i' 
flags, lately made | by his Majesty's ships under the command of | 
Admiral I Cotes. | By a Merchant of London. | . . . | London: \ 
Printed y [ and, New-York, re-frinted, and sold by H. Gaine, \ j 
bookseller and stationer, at his frinting-ojjice, at the \ Bible and , 
Crown, in Hanover-Square, 1 760. | 8vo, pp. 15. j 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. C, H., HEH., JCB. 90634 j 

The State of the Union : being a complete documentary history ! 
of the public affairs of the United States, foreign and domestic, for \ 
the year 1 854. Washington: Published by Taylor &' Maury, j 
1855. 8vo, pp. vi, 475. ! 

B., C, CU., H., M., NYP., PEAB., UP. 90635 | 

The State of Things in North West Virginia. See [Thompson , 

(George Western)]. I 

I 

State of Trade in the Northern Colonies considered. See [Little I 

(Otis)], no. 41523, vol. 10. j 

The London edition is located at ba., h., nyh., nyp., and the Boston reprint at j 

AAS.j B., BA., H., M., NYP., Y. | 

i 

State Papers and Publick Documents of the United States, j 
Thomas B. Wait and Sons, propose to publish. The State Papers j 
and Publick Documents of the United States, commencing with I 
the accession of Mr. Jefferson to the Presidency; exhibiting a com' 



STATE PAPERS. 235 

plete view of their intercourse with other nations. {^Boston. T. B. 
Watt and Sons. 1 8 14.] 8vo, pp. 2. AAS. 90636 

1 Caption tide. 

I "Our country is now involved in war with one nation, and it has most interesting 
j relations with other European states; and yet to what volume, or what collection of 
i different works, can an inquiring man resort, to ascertain the progress and causes 
of the existing relations of the United States? ... It is proposed by the publishers to 
print all the publick documents relating to our intercourse with foreign nations, com- 
mencing with the accession of Mr. Jefferson . . . Nothing will be omitted, and no 
political remarks will be made." It is stated that proposals for printing the public 
, documents of the period prior to the administration of Jefferson will be issued imme- 
; diately after the completion of the present work. "The motives for commencing with 
Mr. Jefferson's administration are, that the more recent events are much the most 
interesting." Dated: Boston, Jan. 1 8 14. 
! According to the Checklist of United States Public Documents, 19H, "though 
j only one document, and that unimportant, relating to Wait's collection . . . has 
I been found in the Congressional series, it is well known that Congress bought 
numerous copies of the several editions . . . That this series is much less known 
I and less used than Gales & Seaton's later and larger one under the name American 
i state papers is no doubt due to the several facts that Wait covers but one subject, 
foreign relations, that its arrangement is chronological, with no classification, 
I under countries or otherwise, and that it is insufficiently indexed. None of Walt's 
• 30 volumes is included in the numbered Congressional series." 

j State Papers and Pubhck Documents of the United States from 
■ the accession of Thomas JefTerson to the Presidency, exhibiting a 
I complete view of our foreign relations since that time. 1801- 
1 [1815]. Boston: Printed and fublished by T. B. Wait & Sons. 
I David Hale, agent for the States of Vermont^ New Hamfshirey and 
Rhode Island. i8i4[-i8i5]. 5 vols., 8vo, pp. 512, 3 folded 
j tables; 511; 502; (6), blank leaf, 9-536, 4 folded tables; 674, 
I (2), xlviii. B., C.J H., NYP., Y. 90637 

: Volume numbers are not given on the title pages, but appear in the signature 
! marks and index references. 

Running title: "American State Papers." 
\ Two folded tables form pp. [xv]— [xviii] in vol. [5]. 

I Though published before the first edition of "State Papers . . . from the accession 
1 of George Washington," the above covers the period following, and is often cited as 
i vols. 4-8 of that compilation. Together they form the first edition of Wait's "State 
1 Papers." 

j State Papers and Publick Documents of the United States from 

I the accession of George Washington to the presidency, exhibiting a ~>v 

jcomplete view of our foreign relations since that time. 1789- IJ^i^C/^ 

l[l8oi]. Boston: Printed and fublished by T. B. Wait & Sons. _-- 

I David Hale, agent for the States of Vermont , New Hamf shire, and 3 3 

[Rhode Island. 1815. 3 vols., 8vo., pp. 494; (4), 9-523; (4), \ i I I /J 

19-444, XXXV, folded table. B., c, h., nyp._, y. -\- In ten volumes. ^^ ' 1 

i . . . Second edition. Published under the patronage of Congress. 

jincluding confidential documents, now first published. Boston: 



236 STATE PAPERS. 

Printed and published by T. B. Wait and Sons. 1817. 10 vols., 
8vo, pp. 500; 499; 499, folded table; 500, 3 folded taBles; 499; 
499; 500; 499, 6 folded plates; 504; 512, 4 portraits, c, cu., 
u.y HSP.j NYP., Y. + Third edition. Published under the patronage 
of Congress. Including confidential documents, first published in 
the second edition of this work. Boston: Printed and fublished by 
Thomas B. Wait. 1 8 19. 12 vols., 8vo, pp. 5 00, frontispiece por- 
trait; 499; 499, frontispiece portrait, and folded table; 500, fron- 
tispiece portrait, and 3 folded tables; 499; 499; 500, frontispiece 
portrait; 499, 6 folded tables; 492; 512; 519, frontispiece por- 
trait, and folded table; 488. 

C, H., NYP., PEAB., UTEX., Y. 90638 

See the prospectus entered above, no. 90636, for information as to the compilation. 

In the 1 8 15 edition, volume numbers are not given on the title pages, but appear 
in the signature marks and index references. This edition, together with the "State 
Papers . . . from the accession of Thomas Jefferson," covering the following period 
but published previously, forms the first edition of Wait's "State Papers." 

Running title in all editions: "American State Papers." 

According to the "Advertisement" in vol. i of the third edition, "The two pre- 
ceding editions of this work contained the State Papers and Publick Documents from 
the adoption of the Federal Constitution to the close of the thirteenth Congress, in 
March, 1 8 15 ... The present edition contains the abovementioned ten volumes; to 
which are added, two volumes, continuing the work from the thirteenth to the end 
of the first session of the fifteenth Congress, in April, 1818." 

State Papers on Nullification. See Massachusetts, no. 46 140, 

vol. I I. AAS., B., BA., CU., HSP., NYP.^ PEAB. 

State Papers, on the Negotiation and Peace with America, 18 14. 
With a preface and notes. . . . London: Printed by G. Sidney, 
Northumberland-street, Strand; fublished by Sherwood, Neely and 
Jones, Paternoster-row; and to be had of all Booksellers. 1 8 15. 
Svo, pp. (2), 86. C, HEH., NYP. 90639 

Pp. 83—86 form an appendix. At end of text on p. 82: "(To be Continued.)" 

According to the preface, "The following documents contain. First, A statement 
of Mr. Madison's instructions to the American Plenipotentiaries for the negotiation 
of a Peace with England. Secondly, The correspondence between the British and 
American Plenipotentiaries from the 19th of August 1814, to the 13th of October 
1 814, at Ghent." 

Improved title of no. S3975, vol. 13. 

State Papers relating to the Diplomatick Transactions between 
the American and French Governments. See Gebhardt (A. G.), 
cojnf., no. 26822, vol. 7. 

State Prison Life: by One who has been there. In two parts. 
Showing the horrors of the old system and the advantages of the 
new. Together with a true and detailed account of the maltreat- 
ment and cruelties formerly practiced upon prisoners; also, shame- 



STATE PRISONS. 



faced criminalities with female convicts, mutinies, murders, starv- 
ings, whippings, hair-breadth escapes, sketches and incidents, nar- 
ratives and pen-pictures, sunshine and shade, illustrative of prison 
life. Written by a convict, in a convict's cell. Published for the 
author, and sold by C. F. Vent, Cincinnati, New York, and Chicago. 
A. E. Hubbard, Philadelfhia. Francis Dezving &' Co., San Fran- 
cisco. 187 1. [Verso of title:] Stereotyped at the Franklin Tyfe 
Foundry, Cincinnati. 8vo, pp. 552, including illustrations. Plate. 

NYP., Y. 90640 
Copyrighted by J. H[arrie] Banka, the author, who served a term in the Southern 
Indiana State Prison in Jeffersonville. 

State Prisons and the Penitentiary System Vindicated. See 
[Bradford (Gamaliel), Senior], no. 7247, vol. 2. aas., bm., c, 

H., NYH. 

State Reforms in Louisiana. What the Republican Party have 
accomplished. What they still propose to do. Correspondence be- 
itween the Property Holders' Union of New Orleans and the Repub- 
jlican State Central Committee. [New Orleans. 1875.] 8 vo, cover 
I title, and pp. 4. aas. 9064 1 

I The State Rights and Free Trade Almanac for the year of our 
'Lord 1832 containing the usual Astronomical Calculations, and 
|Local Information; together with Moral and Political Maxims and 
'Extracts. Published by the State Rights and Free Trade Association. 
j. . . Printed by A. E. Miller. And Sold at his Office, No. 4 Broad- 
\street, Charleston. [1831.] i2mo, pp. (84). E., hsp. 90642 

For the issue for 1833, see South Carolina, Almanacs, no. 87784, vol. 22. 

State Rights and Free Trade Association. See South Car- 
olina, nos. 87827-87830, and 88063-88069, vol. 22. 

I State Rights and the Appellate Jurisdiction. See [Bundy (J. 

tM.)], no. 9160, vol. 3. CU._, H., NYH., Y. 

1 State Rights Celebration, Charleston, S. C, i 830. Pro- 
jceedings. See South Carolina, no. 88061, vol. 22. 

I State Rights Convention, Jackson, Miss., 1834. Address 
jto the People of Mississippi, by the Committee appointed by the 
|State Rights' Convention, assembled at Jackson, May 21, 1834. 
\Jackson: Printed by C. C. Mayson. 1834. 8vo, pp. 20. 

NYP. 90643 
^ Written by Jno. A. Quitman, and signed by him and six others. See Claiborne's 
'Life and Correspondence" of Quitman, vol. i, i860, pp. 134-135. 



238 



STATE RIGHTS. 



State Rights^ Meeting, Columbia, S. C, 1830. Proceed- 
ings. See South Carolina, no. 88062, vol. 22. 

State Rights Republican, fseud. A Glance at State Rights. 
5^^ no. 27531, vol. 7. HSP. 

State Rights, Union and Jackson Party of Kershaw 
District, S. C. [Address of the committee of the State Rights, 
Union and Jackson Party of Kershaw District, appointed for the 
purpose by the Party convened at the Court House on August ii, f 
1832.] [n. f. 1832?] 8vo, pp. 16. HSP. 90644 I 

State Sovereignty. See [Dawson (H. B.)], no. 1 8944, vol. 5. j 

BM., Y. i 

The imprint, Frankjort, Ky., 1862, should have been supplied in brackets. | 

The State Sovereignty Record of Massachusetts. By a Son of I 
Norfolk. Norfolk, Va: J. W. Fatherly, Book and Job Printer, 1ST \ 
Main St. 1872. 8vo pp. 8 and errata slip. aas., ba., h. 90645 j 

State Sovereignty Society of Ohio. Memorial to the 1 
Legislature of Kentucky by the State Sovereignty Society of Ohio, j 
presented to the Senate March 5, 1867. Frankfort, Ky.: Printed \ 
at the Kentucky Yeoman Office. 1 867. 8vo, pp. 12. C. 90646 | 

State Stocks and Revenues; comprising statistical tables of the [ 
stocks, debts, expenditures and revenues, of each of the United j 
States, carefully prepared from authentic and official documents. ' 
[Colophon:] Printed at the Office of the Evening Post, 27 Pine 
Street,New York. [1841?] 8vo, pp. 8. nyp. 90647 

Caption title. On p. i: "In most cases the items have been obtained from the 
official documents presented to the several legislatures at the close of 1840, or the 
beginning of 1841." 

State Street. A Satire. By the author of "Hard Knocks, or Who 
is first?" "Agnes Farriday," "The Learned World," "The Can- 
nonade," etc., etc. {Boston.'] Published by A. W. hovering, No. 
204 Washington Street. [Verso of title:] Stereotyped at the Bos- 
ton Stereotype Foundry, 19 Spring Lane. [cop. 1 874.] l2mo, ^ 

pp. 29. AAS., BA., C, H. 90648 

Copyrighted by Wm. Adolphus Clark, the author. 

State Street Presbyterian Church, Albany. Catalogue | 
of the Library of the State Street Presbyterian Church Sabbath | 
School. Albany: Joel Munsell. 1864. i6mo, pp. 29. 906491, 

This and four of the following titles are from the Munsell Catalogue, 1872. 1 



STATE STREET. 



239 



Catalogue of State Street Presbyterian Sunday School Library. 
Albany: Joel Muns ell. 1866. i6mo, pp. 40. 90650 

I ... Covenant and Membership. Albany^ N. Y.: J. Munsell^ 
j 78 State Street. 1 863. Svo, pp. 16. AAS. + Albany: J. Munsell. 
\ 1866. i6mo, pp. 22. 90651 

! With heading: "State Street Presbyterian Church, Albany, N. Y." Munsell's 
I entry of the 1863 issue in his Catalogue, 1870, has the collation, pp. 16, 14, but the 
AAS. copy is in original covers, so that the first 16 pages must have been also issued 
1 separately. 

! Order of Exercises at the Dedication of the State Street Presby- 
:terian Church, October 12, 1862, Albany, N. Y. Albany: Joel 
\Munsell. 1862. 8vo, pp. 4. 90652 

I The Young People's Society of the State Street Presbyterian 
I Church, Rev. G. C. Heckman, Pastor, Albany, N. Y. Albany: 
Joel Munsell. 1870. i6mo, pp. 20. + [Same imprint.] 1871. 
|i6mo,pp. 28. AAS. 90653 

] State Substitute for a General Bankrupt Law . . . New York. 
1 1840. ^0654 

I Title from the Boon Catalogue, 1870, p. 389. 

State, Territorial and Ocean Guide Book of the Pacific: contain- 
ing the Time and Distance Tables, Rates, Fares, and Freight Tariff, 
jof all Steamship, Steamboat, Railway, Stage and Express Lines, on 
(or connecting with the Pacific Coast and the Interior, including 
California, Oregon, Nevada, Washington, Idaho, Utah, New 
jMexico, Arizona, British Columbia, Vancouver's Island, Central 
and South America, and Mexico. Also, rates of postage to all parts 
|of the world; time of arrival and departure of mails, etc. To which 
jis added nine large and accurate maps, showing principal towns, 
Iroutes of communication, etc. San Francisco: Published by Ster- 
\ling M. Holdredge. For sale by Messrs. A. Roman & Co., Jas. E. 
pamon ^ Co., and White ^ Bauer. 1 865. i2mo, pp. xvi, xxiv, 
•52, xxv-xxxii, (2), 55-106, xxxiii-xl, (2), 109-136, xliii-xliv, 
(2), 139-156, xli-xlii, (2), 159-182 [i.e. 184], xlv-xlviii. 
iFoldedmaps. heh. 90655 

j Pages numbered in Roman numerals, with the exception of the first group, are 
polored advertisements. Title supplied by WlUard O. Waters. 

' The State Triumvirate. See [Verplanck (Gulian Crommelin)]. 
I Statement. [Relative to some business transactions with the 



240 STATEMENT. | 

I 

Messrs. Harper & Brothers of New York, with correspondence, etc. ' 
Berlin. 1845.] 8vo, pp. 78. C. 90656 ' 

Caption title, ms. note on the cover of the c. copy: "Confidential. Theo. S. Fay i 
to C. C. Jewett, Esq." Probably the same as our entry under [Fay (Theodore S.)], i 
no. 23949, 'vol. 6. i 

Statement. [Submitted by officers of the Navy.] [ Washington? j 
186-?] 8vo, pp. 8. 0.906571 

Caption title. Text begins: "The officers of the Navy who were transferred from, 
the volunteer naval service by authority of the act of July 25, 1866, respectfully sub- 1 
mit, that they are unjustly and illegally deprived of their rightful position on the 1 
active list of the Navy, and offer in support thereof the following statement:" I 

Information supplied by Ernest Kletsch. ' 

i 

A Statement. [To the Senate of the United States, against thai' 
confirmation of Henry Horn, as Collector of the port of Philadel- , 
phia.] \_Philadelfhia? 1845?] 8vo, pp. 27. nyp. 90658;! 

Caption title. A memorial on pp. 6—7, which was "laid before the Legislature at ', 
the late session," is dated Feb. 20, 1845. I 

A Statement affecting the Proper Disposition of the fund held | 
by the Trustees of the General Theological Seminary, under thel! 
name of The Charles and Elizabeth Ludlow Fund occasioned byij 
the Report of the Special Committee on the Memorial of the Charles'] 
and Elizabeth Ludlow Professor of Ecclesiastical Polity and Law. 
New-York: Cherouny <y Kienley Printers, No. 1 3 Frankfort' 
Street. 1 876. 8vo, pp. 44, xvii. cu. 90659 j 

Signed on p. 44: "Wm. J. Seabury, 144 West 14th Street, New York." j 

Statement and Appeal of the Bishop Seabury Mission, Faribault, | 
Minn., August 1869. [n. f. 1869.] 8vo, pp. 8. heh. 90660 j 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. I 

A Statement and Declaration of Views. New-York: H. Ansttce ! 
<y co.y Stationers, No. 25 Nassau-Street. 1857. ^^O' PP* (2)' 5' i 

B., HSP. 90661 j 
Dated New-York, March 3, 1857, and signed by L. Bradish and eight other mem- j 
hers of "a committee appointed at a meeting of Episcopalians, in the City . . . with | 
a view to make more fully known the precise nature and extent of the object of their I 
application to the Legislature . . . for the repeal or amendment of . . . 'An Act to 
alter the name of the Corporation of Trinity Church in New-York, and for other 
purposes,' passed January 25th, 1 814." I 

For an earlier Statement and Declaration, see [Bradish (L.)], no. 7273, vol. 2. 

Statement and Documents [relative to the controversy between 
Plymouth Church, the Church of the Pilgrims, and the Clinton 
Avenue Church, all in Brooklyn, in the Henry Ward Beecher case]. 
[Brooklyn? 1874.] 8vo, cover title, and pp. 42, (i). 

NYP., UTS. 90662 



STATEMENT AND. 



241 



I Statement and Exposition of the Title of John Jacob Astor to the 
[Lands purchased by him from the surviving children of Roger 
j Morris and Mary his wife. Nezv York: 1827. 8vo, pp. (2), 60. 

I Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. HEH. 90663 

j Statement and Memorial in relation to Political Affairs in Texas, 
[by Members of the late Convention, and other Citizens of that 
iState, addressed to the Hon. B. F. Butler, Chairman of the Recon- 
struction Committee. Washington, D. C: McGtll & Witherow, 
^Printers and Stereotyfers. 1869. 8vo, pp. 18. 

\ AAS., C, H., WHS. 90664 

I Signed on pp. 13-14 by twenty-four persons from various counties of the state. 

I Statement as to the Iron Trade of Scotland, and the Exports of 
I'Iron to Foreign Parts, particularly with reference to the United 
jStates of America. Glasgow: Printed by James Macnaby 1 1 Miller 
Street, mdcccl. 8vo, cover title, and pp. 6. cu. 90665 

I A Statement by the Association of the Western District of New 
[Haven County, respecting the case of Mr. Seagrove W. Magill. 
New Haven: Press of P. B. Whitmore. 1836. 8vo, pp. 19. 

NYP. 90666 

I A Statement by the First Baptist Church of Philadelphia, exhib- 
jiting the grounds on which she withdrew from the Philadelphia 
Baptist Association. Philadelphia: Published for the First Baptist 
[Church by M. Carey &" Son. 18 1 8. 8vo, pp. 56. NYP. 90667 

I Half-title: Misrepresentations Exposed. 

I Statement concerning the Colombian Bonds. See Colombia, no. 
I14623, vol. 4. 

Statement concerning the Devon Mines. See no. 19825, vol. 5. 

A Statement concerning the New-York and Erie Rail-Road 
Company. New-York: J. H. Burnet, Stationer and Printer, no. 
01 Wall Street. 1853. 8 vo, pp. 19, (6). AAS. 90668 

j Statement signed by J. C. Bancroft Davis, pp. 14; Letter from the Trustees, signed 
Tames Brown, John Davis, pp. 15-19; Mortgage to Messrs. James Brown and John 
pavis, pp. (4); minute of a meeting of the Board of Directors, receipts and expenses, 
I'tc. pp. (2). 

I A j Statement, | explanatory | of | the Resignation | of the I 
pfficers of the Regiment of Artillery, | of | the City & County | of | 
i^ew-York. | NewYork: \ Printed by William A. Davis, 26 Moore 
treet. \ ijqj. \ 8vo, pp. 32. B., c, cu., jCB., nyh., nyp. 90669 



242 STATEMENT FOR. 

Statement for the Consideration of Workingmen. See [Friese 
(P. C.)], no. 25963, vol. 7. 

A Statement for the Theological Seminary of the Protestant 
Episcopal Church, made on the nineteenth of February, 1 8 19, in 
the Convention of the Diocese of South-Carolina, and published by I 
their order. Charleston, S. C. Printed by J. Hoff, no. 118, Broad- \ 
Street. 1819. 8vo, pp. 14. heh. 90670 ' 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. I 

A Statement in behalf of Jubilee College. See no. 36822, vol. 9. >j 

HEH., M. j 

A Statement in behalf of the College of California. See [Kellogg :| 
(Martin)], no. 37295, vol. 9. H. ! 

Statement in behalf of the National Loan Fund Life Assurance (! 

Association. See [Starr (J. Leander)], 90554, vol. 23. j 

1 

Statement in regard to bridging Lake Champlain : showing the I 
importance of the Canada Trade to our Canals; Effects of a Bridge J 
upon that Trade; Gen. Davis' Speech against a Bridge, &c. With ^ 
an Appendix. Troy, N. Y.: From Mac Arthur^ s Steam Press, \ 
CXCVII River-Street, Budget Building. 185 I. 8vo, pp. 14. { 

H. 90671 i 

! 
Statement in regard to the Soscol Ranch. See Soscol Ranch, no. j 

87197, vol. 22. ! 

A Statement in relation to the concerns of the New- York Dry i 
Dock Company. \NetuYork. 1 826?] 8vo, pp. 12. nyp. 90672 i 

Caption title. Signed and dated at the end: Ezra Weeks [president of the com- | 
pany]. New-York, Dec. 28, 1825. ; 

Statement indicating some of the advantages of the proposed City • 
of La Salle. See La Salle, Texas, no. 391 13, vol. 10. j 

A Statement made by Four Physicians, in reference to the estab- j 
lishment of a Children's Hospital in the City of Boston. Boston: j 
Press of John Wilson and Son. 1 869. l6mo, cover title and pp. 8. | 

AAS., BA. 906731 

Statement made by the Association for the Exhibition of the In-! 
dustry of all Nations, in regard to the Organization and Progress j 
of the Enterprise. New-York: Carr &' Hicks, Stationers and\ 
Printers, 2'^ Maiden Lane. 1 852. 8vo, pp. 48. Frontispiece. j 

For a Statement published in 1853, see no. 2240, vol. i. c, nyp. AAS. 900741 



STATEMENT MADE. 243 

Statement made by the Railroad Companies owning the h'nes 
between Washington and New York to the Postmaster General. 
Washington: Gideon (3' Pearson, Printers. 1863. \^i.e. 1864.] 
Svo, pp. 12. NYP. -{-Philadelphia: H. G. Leisenring^s Steam- 
Power Printing House, No. 132 South Third Street. 1 864. 8vo, 
pp. 12. BUREAU RAIL.ECON., HSP. 90675 

Signed by F. Wolcott Jackson and four others, and dated January 14th, 1864. 

Statement of a Majority of the Corporation of the First Baptist 
•Church of the City of New-York: addressed to their constituents; 
with the proceedings of a meeting held on the i8th day of Novem- 
iber, 1850. . . . New-York: Printed by John A. Gray, 79 Fulton, 
[Corner oj Gold St. 1850. Svo, pp. 30. WHS. 90676 

' Title supplied by Annie A. Nunns. 

t Statement of an Argument on the Memorials from the County 
of Allegany in favor of a survey ... of the New York and Erie 
[Railroad. See New York State, no. 53979, vol. 13. nyp. 

I Statement of Circumstances attending the Experiment of Colo- 
^nizing Free Negroes, at the Island of A'Vache, Hayti, W. I. ^New 
'York. 1864.] Svo, pp. 20. H. 90677 

I Caption title. Dated, New York, January I2th, 1864. In pencil on the h. copy: 
j'This pamphlet was printed for facility of perusal & is to be considered strictly private 
1 — for the present at least." 

I A Statement of Facts, and a few Suggestions in Review of Po- 
jlitical Action in Missouri, demonstrating the Right of Admission to 
ithe Democratic National Convention of the Delegates from the 
iDemocratic Party of that State, whose names are appended hereto, 
;to the exclusion of their contestants. \_n. f.'] 1856. Svo, pp. 108. 

j Signed on p. 65 by James S. Green and seventeen others. AAS., C, H. 90678 

Statement of Facts and Figures relating to Commerce with 
iBrazil. [New York. 1871.] Svo, cover title, and pp. 18. 

! Dated, New York, Dec. 5, 1871. Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. C. 90679 

j A Statement of Facts and Law relative to the Persecution of the 
jRev. Clark Bentom. See Bentom (C), no. 4778, vol. 2. aas., m. 

Statement of Facts and Remarks, in relation to the . . . Consoci- 
ation of the Western District of Fairfield County. See Green- 
wich, Conn., no. 28677, ^^^- 7- 

j Statement of Facts concerning the Silver Mines of Santa Eulalia, 
inear the City of Chihuahua, Mexico. New York: Biglow. 1865. 
|8vo, pp. 22 including tables. ucal. 90680 



244 STATEMENT OF FACTS. 

A Statement of Facts, concerning the Troubles in the Church. 
See South Hadley Falls, no. 88129, vol. 22. 

A Statement of Facts connected with the Columbian Loan. See 
Colombia, no. 14624, vol. 4. 

A Statement of Facts, designed to correct some misrepresenta- 
tions relative to the present state of affairs in the parish of Trinity 
Church, Bridgewater. Boston: Charles StimfsoUy 106 Washing- 
ton Street. 1848. i2mo, pp. 10. B. 90681 

Signed: "John Edson, George Hooker, Wardens of Trinity Church, Bridgewater. 
George L. Edson, Clerk." 

A Statement of Facts, exhibiting the Causes that have led to the 
Dissolution of the Connexion w^hich existed betw^een Philadelphia 
Quarterly Meeting and the Monthly Meeting of Friends, held at 
Green Street, Philadelphia. Philadelfhia, Printed on the Vertical 
Press oj D.& S.N eall. [1827.] i2mo, pp. 22. B., hsp. 90682 

An extract from the Minutes, on verso of title, states that the above was prepared 
by a committee appointed by the Monthly Meeting, and read before it the 4th. of loth 
Month, 1827. 

A Statement of Facts, illustrating the Administration of the 
Abolition Law, and the sufferings of the Negro apprentices, in the 
Island of Jamaica. London: — William Bally Aldine Chambers, 
Paternoster Roiu. 1 837. . . . [Verso of title:] London: Printed 
by J . H addon. Castle Street, Fins bury. 8vo, pp. 44. nyp. + Lon- 
don: Printed by John H addon. Castle Street, Fins bury. Sold by 
William Ball, Aldine Chambers, Paternoster Row. 1 837. ... 

I2mo, pp. 36. B., NYH., p. 90683 

According to a statement on p. 36 of the second issue listed above, earlier editions 
were published by the Anti-slavery Society, the information included having been fur- 
nished by Dr. A. L. Palmer, Special Justice in Jamaica, h., and y. have copies of 
either the first or second issue here entered. 

Statement of Facts in connection with the Petition of Charles 
Stearns and others. iS^^ Stearns (Charles). 

A Statement of Facts in connection with the Petition of the 
Springfield Adqueduct Company, for an addition to their Act of 
Incorporation. Also. Hon. W. G. Bates' Argument before the 
Committee of the Legislature, on the subject, March, 23, 1849. 
Sfringfield: G. W. Wilson, Printer, corner Main & State Sts. j 
1849. 8vo, pp. 25, (i), 7. B. -^Sfringfield: G. W. Wilson, \ 



STATEMENT OF FACTS. 



245 



Printer^ Main Street^ Over Merriam, Chafin, & Go's Bookstore. 
1849. 8vo, pp. 53. B. 90684 

Many errors of pagination in the first issue. The second includes additional re- 
ports, etc. 

See also, [Stearns (Charles)]. 

Statement of Facts in regard to the Proposed Division of the Dio- 
cese of Maryland. See [Parkman (Charles McDonogh)], no. 
58797, vol. 14. GTS. 

Statement of Facts in relation to the appointment of the Demo- 
cratic Delegation. See New York, State, no. 53980, vol. 13. cu., H. 

A Statement of Facts, in relation to the Call and Installation of 
the Rev. Mark Tucker, over the Society in Northampton. Together 
with his correspondence on the subject of Exchanges. Published by 
a committee appointed for that purpose. Northampton: Printed by 
T. Watson Shefard, 1824. 8vo, pp. 35. 

AAS., B., C, H., HEH., NYP. 90685 

Statement of Facts in relation to the Charleston Union Presby- 
tery. See South Carolina, no. 87916, vol. 22. 

Statement of Facts in relation to the Claims of the Inhabitants 
of the County of Tompkins. See [Bloodgood (F. A.)], no. 5983, 
vol. 2. 

Statement of Facts in relation to the dismissal of Mrs. Martha 
Bradstreet's suits, from the District Court, of the United States, 
for the Northern District of New-York, at the August term — 1 83 1. 
yllbany: 183 1. 8vo, pp. 27. B., H., nyp. 90686 

Improved title of no. 7307, vol. 2. 

Statement of Facts, in relation to the Duty on Foreign Coal. 
[n. f. 1869.] 8vo, cover title, and pp. 15. c, whs. 90687 

A Statement of Facts in relation to the Howe Street Society. 
August 18, 1846. New Haven: 1846. 8vo, pp. 13. UTS. 90688 

Also: Review of a Pamphlet purporting to be "A Statement of Facts in relation 
to the Hovi^e Street Society:" containing also Additional Facts. By Rev. A. C. 
Baldwin, late Pastor of Howe Street Church— New Haven, Con. Neto-Haven: 
Printed by B. L. Hamlen, Printer to Yale College. 18+6. 8vo, pp. 28. aas. 

Statement of Facts in relation to Wool and Woolen Goods; pre- 
pared for the consideration of the Congress of the United States. 
December, 1856. [fi. f. 1857?] 4to, pp. 4. nyp. 90689 

Caption title. 
VOL. XXIII. 16 



246 STATEMENT OF FACTS. 

A Statement of Facts in reply to the allegations of certain Pres- 
byters of St. Louis against the Rev. E. Carter Hutchinson, and his 
friends, in regard to the affairs of Kemper College, and other Mat- 
ters; with an introductory letter and appendix. St. Louis: Printed 
at the New Era Office^ corner of Main and Chesnut streets. 1847. 

8vo, pp. 64. B., GTS., H., NYP. 9069O 

A Statement of Facts, in Trial of Dea. Josiah Henshaw, and a 
Review of the Result of Council. By the Pastor and Church, West 
Brookfield, 1843. [^' ;?■ 1843.] 8vo, pp. 16. aas. 90691 

This may have been printed in West Brookfield, 1843 being the date of the earliest 
entry for that town in the nyp. imprint catalogue. 

Statement of Facts pertaining to the Case of Yale College. See 
Yale. 

A Statement of Facts presented to an Ecclesiastical Council. See 
Manchester, Mass., no. 44203, vol. 1 1. 

Statement of Facts regarding the admission of Colorado. [ Wash- 
ington. 1867.] 8vo, pp. 8. c. 90692 

Caption title. Addressed to Hon. J. M. Ashley, Chairman, Committee on Terri- 
tories, House of Representatives, and signed: "John Evans, J. B. Chaffee, A. A. 
Bradford." Dated: "Washington, January 17, 1867." Information supplied by 
Ernest Kletsch. 

Statement of Facts relating to Controversy between the English 
St. Matthew's Congregation and the United German Lutheran 
Churches in New York. New York. 1 840. 90693 

Title from the Boon Catalogue, 1870, p. 76. • 

A Statement of Facts relating to the Funds of Kingston Acad- \ 

amy. See Kingston, R. I., no. 37914, vol. 9. ; 

I 

A Statement of Facts, relating to the late Ordination at Grace { 

Church. See Henshaw (John Prentis Hewley), no. 31429, vol. S.j 

AAS., H. { 

Statement of Facts relating to the Negotiation of Cerro del Bote,! 
in the State of Zacatecas, Mexico. London: Printed by A. Macin-\ 
tosh. 1838. 8vo, pp. 36. Map. 90694; 

Title from a ms. slip prepared by Joseph Sabin. j 

Statement of Facts, relating to the tresspass on the Printing Press^j 
in the possession of Mr. William Lyon Mackenzie, in June, 1 826.} 
Addressed to the public generally, and particularly to the subscribenj 
and supporters of the Colonial Advocate. Ancaster: Printed h)\ 



STATEMENT OF FACTS. 



247 



in 



Geo.Gurnett. 1828. 8vo, pp. 32. nyp. ^-York: Printed by R. 
Stanton. [1828.] 8vo, pp. 32. 90695 

Signed: Samuel P. Jarvis. Title of the York issue from Gagnon. 

Statement of Facts relative to the Bergen Tunnel. ^Jersey City.'\ 
Printed at the Office of the Daily Telegraph. 1 85 8. 8vo, pp. 16. 

Signed on p. 14, S. S. Post. NYP. 90696 

Statement of Facts relative to the Conduct of Mr. Benjamin Joy. 
See Barren (Charles, Henry F., George, and Samuel Brown), no. 
3598, vol. I. AAS., c, H. 

Statement of Facts relative to the dismissal of James S. Howard. 
See Howard (J. S.), no. 33255, vol. 8. aas., h. 

Statement of Facts relative to the Island of Jamaica. London: 
Nosivorthy & Lewis. 1852. 8vo, pp. v, 27. bm. 90697 

Statement of Facts relative to the last will of the late Mrs. Badger. 
See Badger (Sarah), no. 270 1, vol. I. c, H. 

A Statement of Facts relative to the late Fever which appeared 
Bancker Street and its Vicinity. New York: Elam Bliss. 1821. 

SVO, pp. 28. AML.,B. 90698 

A Statement of Facts, relative to the late proceedings in Harvard 
College, Cambridge. Published by the students. Boston, Afrit 

10th,l80J. I2mo, pp. 12. AAS._, BA., H. 90699 

Signed by 147 students about to withdraw from the college because they would not 
apologize for having protested against the commons. On the title page of the aas. 
copy is a MS. ascription to William White of Watertown. Improved title of no. 
30762, vol. 8. 

Statement of Facts, relative to the origin ... of the attempt 
to Free the Schuylkill Permanent Bridge. See Philadelphia, note 
on no. 62231, vol. 15. aas., hsp. 

Statement of Facts relative to the purchase of property, by the 
city of Philadelphia, from George W. Brown, et al, with the 
Opinion of the Supreme Court. Crissy & Markley, Printers, Gold- 
smiths Hall, Library Street, Philadelphia. [1854.?] 8vo, pp. 40. 

HSP. 90700 

Statement of Facts relative to the removal of six pupils from Phil- 
ips Exeter Academy. By one of the removed. . . . Exeter, TV. H. 

184I. 8vo, pp. 16. AAS., B., HEH., TC. 90701 

The foreword is signed: George W. Tuxbury, Secretary [of a newly-formed, and 
illegedly illegal literary society]. 



248 STATEMENT OF FACTS. | 

I 

A Statement of Facts relative to the Troubles in St. Paul's I 
Church, Detroit, in 1866 and 1867, by a Former Member of the ! 
Vestry. . . . Detroit: Advertiser and Tribune Printing Comfany. \ 
1867. 8vo, pp. 34. GTS. 90702 i 

signed on p. 25: J. W. Waterman. I 

A Statement of Facts respecting the American Colonization So- f 
ciety, and the Colony at Liberia. By the Massachusetts Coloniza- j 
tion Society. Second Edition. Princeton, N. J. Printed by W. ' 
D^Hart. 1831. 8vo, pp. 14. 0.90703;] 

See also Massachusetts Colonization Society, no. 45832, note, vol. 11 ; and Slavery, J 
no. 81833, vol- 20, Boston, 1831, aas., ba., c, nyp., Boston, 1832, ba., c, h., nyp.; '( 
no. 81977, Boston, 1830, ba., Washington, 1830, ba., c. 

Statement of Facts, respecting the dismission of the Rev. Mr. J 
[William] Andrews, from the First Society in Windham. With 11 
the result of the Ecclesiastical Council. Windham: Printed by J. \ 
Byrne &' Son. 1 8 13. 8vo, pp. 24. UTS. 90704 ij 

A Statement of Facts, respecting the School for Colored Females, I 
in Canterbury, Ct. Together with a Report of the late Trial of Miss ''[ 
Prudence Crandall. Brooklyn, Ct: 1833. (Advertiser Press.) , 
8vo, pp. 16. Frontispiece. nyp., y. 90705 " 

Half title: "Canterbury School." The "Publisher's Notice" mentions "the dra\v- j 
ing of the village of Canterbury, and the engraving attached to this work ..." The | 
NYP. and Y. copies have only the "drawing." j 

i 

Statement of Facts set forth by the Wardens and Vestrymen of | 
All Saints' Church ... in consequence of an Attack in the Church- j 
man. Neiv-York: Pudney &' Russell, Printers. 1855. i6mo, | 
pp. 8. AAS. 90706 j 

Statement of Facts, with accompanying documents, presented | 
before the Committee appointed by the Secretary of the Navy, under i 
a late vote of Congress, to examine New-London Harbor, and re- j 
port upon its fitness for a naval station. New-London: Starr &?| 
Farnham, Printers, Cor. State and Main Sts. 1862. 8vo, pp. (2),] 
10. NYP. + [Same imprint and date.] 8vo, pp. 14, (2). Folded: 
map. AAS., c, cu., h., nyp. 90707 , 

Cover title: "New-London as a Naval Station." The address to the Board ofj 
Officers, submitting the report, is signed: Th. W. Williams, Chairman of Com. j 

The second edition has additional letters at the end. 

A Statement of Facts, with Remarks, in answer to a pamphlet 
... in relation to the Steam Boat Ferry. See Brooklyn, note on no. 
8291, vol. 2. 



STATEMENT OF LEADING. 



249 



Statement of leading Republicans of Colorado, [n. f 1866 ] 
^^°' PP- 7- c. 90708 

Caption title. Signed by G. B. Backus and 21 others. In opposition to Gov. Cum- 
mings, A. C. Hunt and other administration Republicans of Colorado. 

Statement of Money placed to the Credit of the Special Fund set 
apart to aid the censitaires in the Redemption of Seigniorial Dues, 
and to defray Expenses, &c. With Instructions to the Commissioners 
appointed to carry into Operation the Seigniorial Tenure Act of 
1854, and Correspondence on the Subject, &c. Toronto i^c.^ 
PP- 30- 90709 

Title from the catalogue of works relating to America in the library of the Cana- 
dian Parliament, 1858, p. 1439. 

Statement of Mr. Samuel A. Way's connection with the Settle- 
ments . . . See Way (Samuel A.). 

I Statement of Proceedings against Mrs. Emily Richardson. See 
|Richardson (E.), no. 71003, vol. 17. aas., b._, h., nyp. 

I Statement of Proceedings in relation to the Mexican Debt. Pub- 
lished by the Committee of Spanish American Bondholders. Lon- 
don: Published by Baily Brothers, 3, Exchange Buildings. 1 850. 
, . . [Colophon:] Richard Clay, Printer, Bread Street Hill. 8vo 
I^P-'^' 3-122. cu. 90710 

! Statement of Proceedings on the part of the Members of the 
faculty and the Trustees of the Jefferson Medical College against 
Francis S. Beattie, m.d., professor of obstetricks and the diseases of 
Ivomen and children in that institution. Philadelphia: 1826. 8vo, 

'P' 39- AML., NYAM.. nyp. 907II 

Written by Dr. Beattie. 

A Statement of Reasons against the Assumption ... of Executive 
. . Powders. See Junius, fseud., no. 36921, vol. 9. 

Statement of Reasons against the Confirmation of Joshua F. 
|5ailey, as Collector of the 32d District of New York. [New York 
869.] 4to, pp. 8. AAS., H. 90712 

Caption title. 

A Statement of Reasons for not believing the Doctrines of Trini- 
irians respecting the Nature of God, and the Person of Christ. 
)ccasioned by Professor Stuart's Letters to Mr. Channing. First 
jublished in the Christian Disciple. Boston: Printed by Wells and 
dly. 1819. 8vo, pp. 64. AAS., M., UTS., Y. 90713 

By Andrews Norton. According to the Cambridge History of American Literature, 



250 STATEMENT OF REASONS. 

vol. 2, 191 8, p. 209, this "soon became a Unitarian classic." It was published In sev- 
eral later editions with the author's name on the title. For a criticism, see "Remarks 
on Mr. Norton's 'Statement of Reasons,' " Boston, 1834. 

A Statement of Reasons showing the Illegality of that Verdict 
upon which Sentence of Death has been pronounced against John 
W. Webster for the Alleged Murder of George Parkman. By a 
Member of the Legal Profession, . . . New-York: Stringer &* 
Townsendy 222 Broadway. George F. Nesbitty Printer y corner 
Wall and Water Streets. 1850. 8vo, pp. 35. 

AAS., c.y n.y NYP. 90714 

"Attributed to F. S. or F. V. [i.e. Francis Henry?] Upton." — c. 

Statement of some of the Advantages attendant upon making 
St. John's ... a Port of Call. See Saint Johns, Newfoundland, no. 
75283, vol. 18. 

Statement of some recent transactions in the Southern Reformed 
Presbytery. See Presbyterian Church, no. 65227, vol. 15. 

A Statement of the Accounts of the United States. See [Morris i 
(Robert)], no. 50867, vol. 12. aas., c.^ h., hsp., m., nyp., p. 

Statement of the Adjustment of the Insurance on the Pemberton 
Mill. Boston: Alfred Mudge &' Sony Printers y 34 School Street. 
Julyy i860. 8vo, pp. 20. AAS., cu. 90715 

"Prepared at the request of Mr. Howe, treasurer of the Pemberton Manufacturing 
Co." An apparently contemporary ms. note on the title page of the cu. copy states 
that the author was J. J. Storrow. 

Statement of the Affairs of the Amherst Institution, on the Fourth i 
of October, 1824. Compiled from evidence exhibited to the Com-j 
mittee of Investigation, with affidavits, &c. Pitts field: Printed by P. I 
Alien. 1824. 8vo, pp. 36. AAS., c, h. 907 16 j 

Improved title of no. 1330, vol. I. 1 

A Statement of the Affairs of the Parish of Christ Church. See\^ 
Boston, no. 6639, vol. 2. I 

Statement of the Amount of Damages which have been assessed 
and remain unpaid for the opening and widening of streets, lanes, 
and alleys, within the city and county of Philadelphia, up to the firs1 1 
day of February, a.d. One Thousand Eight Hundred and Forty- i 
four. Also: of the amount of County Loan, which has been au-j 
thorized to be given as compensation for such damages, but whicli 
has not been issued, with the dates when the damages were con-j 
firmed by the court, and when the county loan was authorized t(j 



STATEMENT OF THE CASE. 25 1 

be issued. Harrisburg: Isaac G. M'Kinley & Co., Printers. 1844. 

8V0, pp. 12. HSP. 90717 

Statement of the Case [of the claim prosecuted by Peter G. 

Stuyvesant against Chief Justice Samuel Jones, in connection with 

I leases on lots on Second Avenue and 12th, 13th, and 14th Streets, 

[New York.] [Nezv York. 1841.] 8vo, pp. 47. nyp. 90718 

i Caption title on p. 3. Pp. 1-2 contain the preface which is dated, New York, 
March, 1841, and signed by the author, James Lorimer Graham. 

I Statement of the Case of Bishop [Samuel] Provoost, with Re- 
I marks on the Resignation of Diocesan Jurisdiction. By Omicron. 
I From the Episcopal Recorder. Philadelphia: 1 83 1 . 1 2 mo, pp. 12? 

I The NYH. copy may be incomplete. NYH. 907 1 9 

j Statement of the Case of David Myerle, before Congress. Wash- 
jington, July 3, 1847. [Washington. 1847.] i2mo, pp. (i), 40. 

j Caption title. AAS.'90720 

\ A Statement of the Case of Rev. Barnabas Phinney, who is ac- 
jcused of the Crime of Adultery with, and Seduction of Aurelia 
Chalker. Westborough, August, 1836. [n. f. 1836.] 8vo, pp. 
'23, (i). NYP. 90721 

A Statement of the Case of the Surviving Officers of the Revolu- 
tion, who continued in the service to the Termination of the War. 
,Washington City: Printed by Way & Gideon. 1 826. 8vo, pp. 
I0> 6. AAS.j C. 90722 

See also Ogden, no. 56798, vol. 13. Signed by Aaron Ogden, in behalf of sundry 
surviving officers of the revolution. 

Statement of the Case respecting the Controversy between New 

York and Massachusetts respecting the Boundaries of these States. 

Boston. Refrinted from the London Edition. 1767. Folio. 

+ Philadelphia. 1767. 90723 

Title from Haven's list. 

Statement of the Cause of the McClary Owners. See [Hale 
(John)], no. 29638, vol. 7. aas., ba., c._, h,, m., nyh., nyp. 

A Statement of the Causes which led to the Dismissal of Surgeon- 
General William A. Hammond. See Hammond (W. A.), no. 
301 15, vol. 8. AAS., c, H. 

A Statement of the causes which led to the recent changes in 
Miami University. See [Scott (J. W.)], no. 78274, vol. 19. 



252 STATEMENT OF THE CLAIM, { 

I 

A Statement of the Claim of Alexander Edgar, to the League and I 
Labor of Land, on the East End of Galveston Island, (on which the I 
City of Galveston now stands.) Together with an examination of I 
the Title of the Galveston City Company to the same, and the I 
present condition and prospects of the suit brought by Edgar to j 
recover the Land in controversy. New-York: William, S. Dorr, j 
Printer, 123 Fulton-Street. 1848. 8vo, pp. 19. B. 90724 j 

Statement of the Claim of Ebenezer Stevens, Austin L. Sands, I 
Joshua Sands and Robert Morris. [^Washington? 1822?] 8vo, ] 
pp. 20. NYP. 90725 ! 

Caption title. On p. ii: "At the following session, 1821—22, which was the i; 
last ..." [ 

Statement | of the | Claim | of the | Rhode-Island Brigade, | 1 
Commanded | by Cols. Crary, Topham, and Elhot. | For the De- t 
preciation of their Pay during the late | War with Great-Britain, li 
as settled and adjusted by | the Legislature of the State of Rhode- (j 
Island I at their October Sessions, 1785. j Boston: | From J. Bum- '.( 
steacPs Printing-Ojjicey Union-Street \ 1 798. | 8vo, pp. 13. | 

AAS.j c. 90726 '' 
I 
Statement of the Claim of the Rhode-Island Brigade, composed I 
of the three regiments commanded by Cols. Crary, Topham, and | 
Elliot, for the Depreciation of their Pay for their Services in the | 
Continental Army during the late Revolutionary War with Great- 
Britain; for the Recovery whereof the Memorial of Gen. William 
Barton, agent for the Claimants, is now before Congress. Provi- j 
dence (R. I.) Printed by David Hawkins, Jun. November — j 

1806. 8vo, pp. II. AAS., B., BA.jY. 90727 j 

Statement of the claims of Russia, Spain, Great Britain and the 
United States. Washington. 1846. Map. 90728 

Title from a clipping cut from an unidentified catalogue. 

A Statement of the Claims of the West India Colonies to a Pro- 
tecting Duty against East India Sugar. London: Published by 
Whitmore and Fenn, Charing-Cross. 1 823. [Verso of title:] 
London: Printed by Thomas Davison, Whitejriars. 8vo, pp. (4)> 

120. B., C, CU., H._, NYP., PEAB., Y. 90729 

For a refutation, see [Macaulay (Zachariah)], no. 42951, vol. 10. 

Statement of the Committee appointed to consider the Institution 
proposed by Miss Emma Hardinge, for Homeless and Outcast 



STATEMENT OF THE COMPARATIVE. 253 

Women. Boston: Printed by Prentiss & Deland, 40, Congress 
Street. i86i. i2mo,pp. 12. aml., B., ba., cu. 90730 

Signed: Caroline H. Dall, Secretary. 

Statement of the Comparative Advantages of Charleston. See 
Charleston, S. C, no. 12091, vol. 3. B., H. 

Statement of the Considerations on vi^hich the Claim of William 
Grayson, who was a Colonel in the Army of the United States in 
the War of the Revolution, is founded, for commutation pay, and 
for the allowance of which an application, in behalf of his children, 
is now before Congress, for its decision. \_n. f. 183-.? ] 8vo, pp. 5. 

NYP. 90731 

Caption title. Internal evidence dates this as published in 1837 or later. 

A Statement of the . . . Controversy between . . . Great Britain 
and Paraguay. See Phillimore (R.), no, 62465, vol. 15. 

Statement of the Controversy between Judge William R. Tur- 
ner, of the Eighth Judicial District of California, and members of 
die Marysville Bar, and their reply to his violent attacks upon them. 
[n.f. 18 — ?] 8vo, pp. 33. c. 90732 

' Statement of the Controversy between Louis Tappan and Ed- 
;ward E. Dunbar. See Dunbar (E. E.), note on no. 21232, vol. 6. 

H., NYP. 

t A Statement of the Correspondence between the Banks in the 
City of New- York. With explanatory remarks. [Neiv York. 
1805.] 8vo, pp. 28. Y. 90733 

The correspondence is dated from January 26 to February 7, 1805. Information 
upplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

j Statement of the Course of Proceedings under the endowment 
'oiown as "The Greene Foundation," for the support of an Assistant 
Minister of Trinity Church, Boston. With the instrument of dona- 
j:ion, list of subscribers, acts of incorporation, and treasurer's report. 
Taken from the records, and published by order of the Trustees. 
Boston: 1845. 8vo, pp. 23. aas. 90734 

Statement of the differences ... in the Census Law of 1850 and 
he House Bill No. 424. See [Kennedy (J. C. G.)], no. 37432, 
'd. 9. 
i 

i A Statement of the Difficulties in the General Assembly. See 
i-'resbyterian Church, no. 65228, vol. 15. h., uts. 



254 STATEMENT OF THE EFFORTS. | 

i 

Statement of the Efforts made by Friends, to effect an amicable i 
settlement with the Orthodox, in relation to property belonging to i 
the Monthly Meeting of New-York, Published by direction of the i 
Committee appointed by the Monthly Meeting, to take charge of 
the defence of the suit in Chancery, instituted by the Orthodox i 
against Friends in New-York. \_New York. 1834?] 8vo, pp.8, j 

H. 90735 i 

Caption title. Relates to legal complications following the secession of Orthodox ) 
Friends from the Monthly Meeting. The latest communication included is dated, I 
"Twelfth-Month 1 6th, 1833." j 

A Statement of the Facts and Circumstances relative to theij 
operation of the Pilot Laws of U. S. with particular reference to ' 
New-York. June, 1840. Newark, N. J.: Printed by M. S. Harri-^ 
son^Co. [1840.] 8vo, pp. 27. c, H., HEH. 90736'i 

Statement of the Facts and Reasonings in support of the remon- I 
strance against the consecration of the Rev. Henry U. Onder- j 
donk, D.D. . . . Philadelfhia. 1827. 8vo, pp. 43. 907371 

Title from the catalogue of the N. Y. State Library, 1861. 

Statement of the Facts connected with the Claims of the Credi- I 
tors of Texas on the Government of the United States. Washing- j 
ton: Printed by Donelson and Armstrong. 1852. 8vo, pp. 16 j 

AAS., H., UTEX., WHS. 90738 \ 

I 

A Statement of the Facts connected with the Recent Attempt to ' 

form a State Government for Nebraska. Fraud exposed. The state- ; 

ment signed by the conservative members of the Legislature. : 

{Omaha. 1866.] 8vo, pp. 16. c. 90739 } 

Caption title. Signed by J. G. Megeath and 20 others. j 

A Statement of the Facts, pertaining to the Proclamation of Mar- j 
tial Law over Pierce County, W. T., by Gov. Isaac I. Stevens and j 
the proceedings of the Court Martial in the attempt to try citizens j 
for Treason, containing the Governor's vindication and the trial j 
and discharge of these citizens. Steilacoom,, June 24, 1856. 8vo, , 

pp. 16. C, HEH., NYP., Y. 90740 j 

Statement of the Financial Condition and History of the State of j 
Alabama, together with remarks upon the resources of the State j 
and its policy, at the present time, in relation to internal improve- | 
ments. Bankers and Financial Agents of the State of Alabama: j 
Henry Clews & Co., New York. Clews, Habicht & Co., London, j 



STATEMENT OF THE FINANCIAL. 255 

New York: E. Wells Sackett, Stationery and Book and Job Printer y 
\Cor. Pine and Williayn Streets. 1870. 8vo, pp. 22. b.^nyp. 90741 

j Statement of the Financial Transactions of the Banking Firm of 
iTruscott, Green & Co., of Toronto, in connection with Green, 
'Brown & Co. of New York; and Brown, Buckland & Co. of Buf- 
■falo. Buffalo, July 1838. Buffalo. 1838. 8vo, pp. 28. 90742 

I Title from "Pamphlets and Books printed in BuflFalo prior to 1850," which forms 
Appendix A in Buffalo Hist. Sec. "Publications," vol. 6, 1903. 

I Statement | of the | Funds of the State of New-York; | and of 
the I Annual Revenue thereof; | and also of the | Receipts and 
iPayments, | in the Year | 1797: | together with the | Treasurer's 
[Account. I Albany: | Printed by Loring Andreivs &' Co. \ Printers 
'io the State. | 1798. | 8vo, pp. 16. AAS. 90743 

j A Statement of the Grievances, on account of which, that sec- 
ition of the Church now called the "Associated Reformed Synod of 
Ithe West," separated from, and declared themselves independent 
|of the "Associated Reformed Synod of North America." Pittsburgh, 
\Printed by Eichbaum and Johnston. 1823. 8vo, pp. 56. 

: Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. HEH. 90744 

I A Statement of the Indian Relations; with a reply to the article 
[in the sixty-sixth number of the North American Review, on the 
^Removal of the Indians. New-York: Clayton & Van Norden, 
Printers, 4.2 William-street. 1830. 8vo, pp. 21. 

B., C, HEH., HSP., NYP., P., Y. 90745 

Statement of the Judgments confessed by Evan Poultney. See 
[Maryland, note on no. 45079, vol. 1 1. 

I Statement of the Kennebeck Claims. See no. 37384, vol. 9. aas., 

[m., NYP. 

j A Statement of the Measures Contemplated against Samuel 
iBryan, Esquire, Register-General of the Commonwealth of Penn- 
jsylvania. Unparalleled in the United States, and without a Prece- 
|dent Even in the Corrupt Parliament of Great-Britain, where 
'merely the Solemn Mockery of Popular Representation exists; and 
iwhat Forms a High Aggravation of the Arbitrary and Vindictive 
iMeasures Contemplated against Mr. Bryan, is that the Evident 
jMotive for them, was his Spirited Prosecution of Francis Johnston, 
Esquire, Late Receiver-General, for Great Abuses in the said Office, 
at a Time and under Circumstances peculiarly Unfavourable, when 



256 STATEMENT OF THE OBJECTIONS. f 

j 

nothing but a Disinterested and Impressive Sense of Duty would ; 
have Induced him to Persevere therein; on the one hand having to ' 
Combat a Host of Enemies, and on the other not being Supported i 
as he had Reason to Expect, a Full Account Whereof is Re-pub- ■ 
lished Herewith, also a Summary Account of the late Disgraceful i 
Fracas by the Friends of Good Order and Regular Government in i 

the Chamber of the House of Representatives Every Citizen j 

who Values his Public Rights, and Who is Desirous to Form an \ 
Accurate Opinion of the Principles and designs of the Leaders of the 
Party who ostentatiously assume the name of Federalists and Friends 1 
of Good Order and Regular Government, Morals and Religion, 1 
ought to read this Pamphlet. Philadelfhia: Printed by Francis and ' 
Robert Bailey. 1800. 8vo, pp. 62. aas., P. 90746 '\ 

Improved title of no. 60642, vol. 14. 1 

A Statement of the Objections of the Jamaica Proprietors, resi- i| 

dent in Great Britain, to certain enactments in Mr. Secretary Stan- J 

ley's Bill for the Abolition of Slavery. London: Printed by A. J. ' 

Valfy, Red Lion Courty Fleet Street. 1833. 8vo, pp. 48. \ 

B. 90747 I 

A Statement of the Occurrences during a Malignant Yellow | 

Fever, in the City of New- York, in the summer and autumnal i 

months of 1819; and of the check given to its progress, by the \ 

measures adopted by the Board of Health. With a list of cases and i 

names of sick persons; and a map of their places of residence within ■ 

the infected and proscribed limits: with a view of ascertaining, by ! 

comparative arguments, whether the distemper was engendered by ' 

domestic causes, or communicated by human contagion from for- j 

eign ports. . . . New-York: Printed by William A. Merceiny No. \ 

93, Gold-Street. 18 19. 8vo, pp. 52. Frontispiece folded map. j 

AAS., AML., B. 90748 I 

Improved title of no. 58982, vol. 14, entered under the author, Felix Pascalis, by j 
whom the dedication is signed. j 

Statement of the Oregon and Washington Delegation, in regard j 
to the War Claims of Oregon and Washington. [Washington? ' 
i860.] 8vo, cover title, and pp. 67. B., c, heh., y. 90749 

Pp. 25—67 contain an appendix of documents. 

Statement of the Plan and Objects of the Mariner's Church. See j 

Portland, Me., no. 64380, vol. 15. j 

I 
Statement of the Plan, Object, and Effects of the Wesleyan j 

Missions in the West Indies. London: Printed by Josef h Rogers, j 



STATEMENT OF THE PRINCIPLE. 257 

Red-Lion-Street, Clerkenwell: Published by the Committee of the 

\Weslcyan Methodist Missionary Society. 1824. 8vo, pp. 55. 

j cu. 90750 

! Statement of the Principle and Practice of Transacting Marine 
'Insurance in the City of New York, prepared with the view of 
ishowing that while a Tax can properly be laid on the net profits of 
jMutual Companies, a Tax on their gross receipts for premiums and 
^assessments would be improper and disastrous. Formation of a 
Company. \_NewYork. i86i.] Svo, pp. 6. aas. 90751 

Caption title. Signed at the end by the presidents of six insurance companies as 
'members of the Committee of the Board of Underwriters. 

i 

j A Statement of the Principles of the Christian Union. New- 
York: Press of Hunt's Merchants^ Magazine. George W. Wood 
'& Co., Printers. 1843. 8vo, pp. 12. aas., UTS. 90752 

I The foreword on verso of title, signed by William C. Russel, Secretary, states that 
|:he above was prepared by William H. Channing. On back cover: The Christian 
iLJnion is a religious society established in New-York and Brooklyn . . . 

] Statement of the Proceedings in the First Church. See Dedham, 

iMass., no. 1 922 1, vol. 5, and [Lamson (A.)], no. 38776, vol. 10. 

AAS., B., c, H. 

i The AAS. copy is attributed in a ms. note in a contemporary hand to "Hon. Sam'. 
Haven." Also ascribed to him by Cushing. 

1 A Statement of the proceedings of Citizens of Englewood, Ber- 
Ijen County, New Jersey, in relation to the Suspension and Removal 
of Gen'l Thomas B. Van Buren, from the office of Commissioner 
General, from the United States to the Universal Exposition, at 
Vienna, Austria. 1873. Hackensack, N. J.: Nezv Jersey Republi- 
'can Steam Presses. [1873.] 8vo, pp. 50. aas., nyp. 90753 

I A Statement of the Proceedings of the Yearly Meeting, held in 
jLondon, 1855, in reference to the Division in Ohio Yearly Meet- 
ing. London: Edward Marsh, 84, Houndsditch. 1855. ^vo, 

'pp. 16. BM. 90754 

I Reprinted by order of Baltimore Yearly Meeting. Title from Smith's Catalogue of 
jFriends' Books, vol. i, 1867, p. 726. 

Statement of the Questions regarding the Abolition of the Slave 
Trade, with Appendix. 1804. 8vo. 90755 

Title from a clipping cut from an unidentified bookseller's catalogue. 

Statement of the Reasons which induced the Students of Lane 
Iseminary, to dissolve their connection . . . See Lane Seminary, note 

3n no. 38861, vol. 10. B., UTS., WRHS. 



258 STATEMENT OF THE RELATIONS. 

A Statement of the relations of the Faculty of Medicine and Sur- 
gery in the University of Michigan to Homoeopathy. Detroit: W. A, 
Scriffs. 1875. 8vo,pp. 12. AML. 90756 

By Alonzo Benjamin Palmer. 

Statement of the Rights and Just Reasons on the part of the Gov- 
ernment of the United Mexican States, for not recognizing either 
the subsistence of the privilege granted to D. Jose Garay, for the 
Opening of a Line of Communication between the Atlantic and 
Pacific Seas, through the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. Or the Legality 
of the Cession which he made of said privilege to Citizens of the : 
United States of North America. Published by authority of the 
Minister for Foreign Affairs. New-York: . Printed by Pudney & : 
Russell. M^j 23, 1852. 8vo, pp. 30. AAS. 90757J 

Statement of the Rights claimed by our Colonists. London. 1833.; 

90758 

Title from the Puttick & Simpson catalogue for the sale of November 29, 1849,. 
and eight following days, lot no. 1684. j 

Statement of the Satisfactory Results which have attended Emi-; 
gration to Upper Canada. See Canada, no. 10609, ^°^- 3- First;: 
Edition, nyp. Third Edition, h. ! 

Statement of the "Sayre-Ruppaner Case", and Opinion of the \ 
Supreme Court. New York. 1871. 8vo, pp. 36. aml. 90759 j 

Statement of the Seizure of the British Schooner Lord Nelson, ; 
by an American Vessel of War, on the 5th of June, 18 12, 13 days [ 
before the late War with the United States. Hamilton [Scotland] : : 
Journal and Express Office. 1841. 8vo, pp. 30. 90760, 

Title from the ms. catalogue at aas. of the Henry F. De Puy library. The item is j 
lot no. 2489, of part 3, of the sale catalogue, Anderson Galleries, April 19-20, 1920. ; 

A I Statement | of the Singular Manner of Proceeding of | the j 
Rev. I Association, | of the South Part of ] Litchfield County, ] in j 
an I Ecclesiastical Prosecution, | by them Instituted against | The I 
Rev. Stanley Griswold, | Pastor of the First Church of Christ in | 
New-Milford; | Who, without being heard in his own defence, was' 
by them sentenced | to an exclusion from their Associate Com-' 
munion. ] . . . | Together with a subsequent | Address to said Asso-i 
ciation, | By Nehemiah Strong, Esq. | of said New-Milford, | Late j 
Professor of Natural Philosophy, &c. at Yale College. | To which! 
is Added a Short | Appendix. | Hartford: \ Printed by Elisha Bab-', 

cock. I 1798. I 8V0, pp. 32. AAS., B., M. 9076IJ 

Improved title of no. 28908, vol. 7. I 



STATEMENT OF THE SITUATION. 259 

Statement of the Situation, Character and Value of the Lands in 
;the State of Ilhnois, owned by the Heirs at Law of William James, 
peceased. Made by an agent of the said Estate in the Year 1840. 
\dlbany: Vance & Wendcl. 1841. 8vo. 90762 

I Title from the Heartman catalogue for the sale of January 5, 1922, lot no. 86. 

I A Statement of the Theory of Education in the United States of 
jAmerica, as approved by many Leading Educators. Washington: 
Government Printing Ofice. 1874. 8vo, pp. 22. 

AAS., WHS. 90763 

Prepared by Duane Doty, superintendent of schools, Detroit, and W. T. Harris, 
superintendent of schools, St. Louis, at the request of the Commissioner of Educa- 
;ion, see p. 5. 

Statement of Votes in Congress. See Seaver (E.), no. 78676, 

rol. 19. AAS., B., H. 

Statement on the part of the United States of the case . . . between 
:he said States and Great Britain . . . See Maine, no. 44046, vol. 

II. B. 

I 

I 

Statement on the Present Timber and Deal Trade as regards 
Europe and the British American Colonies, resting on Plain and 
jUndeniable Facts. Original. London: 1821. 8vo, pp. 28. 90764 

j Forms part of vol. i8, 1821, of the "Pamphleteer," our no. 58402, vol. 14. Beside 
|he individual numbering of the pages, there is also the pagination for the volume, 
|'77~304- For locations see Union List of Serials. 

[ ... A Statement proving Millard Fillmore, the candidate of the 
ii-Vhig party for the ofhce of Vice President, to be an Abolitionist, 
i)y a review of his course in the 25th, 26th and 27th Congress: also, 
!;howing Gen. Taylor to be in favor of extending the Ordinance of 
|[787 over the continent beyond the Rio Grande; in other words, 

be in favor of the Wilmot Proviso. [Washington. 1848.] 8vo, 
'P- 8- BA., c. 90765 

1 Caption title. With heading: "Circulate. (Published under authority of the Na- 
jional and Jackson Democratic Association Committee.) Read, Read. ..." Dated at 
Ind: Washington, August, 1848. 

Statement regarding certain charges against G&n. Jas. W. Rip- 
'ey. See [Craig (J.N.)], no. 1 736 1, vol. 5. 

Statement relating to the Double Wharfage collected at the City 
i)f Albany, and explanatory of the Bill now before the Legislature. 
\ilbany: Joel Munsell. 1850. 8vo, pp. 4. 90766 

] Title from the Munsell catalogue, 1872. 




.Jii^ 



260 STATEMENT RELATIVE. | 

I 

Statement relative to an intended Theological Seminary. Set' 
Ohio, no. 57056, vol. 13. | 

Relates to Kenyon College. ! 

Statement relative to Codrington College. See no. 85947 j 

vol. 21. ! 

I 

Statement respecting the Earl of Selkirk's Settlement. Sei\ 

. [Douglas (Thomas)], nos. 20703-20704, vol. 5. London.\ 

[181 7.] NYP., Y. London. 1817. AAS., C, H._, JCB., NYP., P., YJ 

A Statement respecting the Necessity and Advantages to thil 
Commercial and Agricultural Interests of Texas of a Ship Channe ! 
from the Outer Galveston Bar to the City of Houston, the Hea(| 
of Tide Water in Buffalo Bayou. Houston: A. C. Gray & Co.\ 
Book and Job Printers. 1870. 8vo, pp. 26, ( I ). UTEX. 9076;] 

Title supplied by E. W. Winkler. ^ ! 

Statement shov^ing hovi^ the Railroad Companies have seizec, 
upon about one million six hundred thousand dollars ($1,600,000 j 
of the Revenues of the Post Office Department for the Fiscal Yea| 
ending June 30, 1874, and that the Government pays more for th/ 
Transportation of the U. S. Mails than the Railroad Companiej 
demand per pound per mile for Freight or Passengers. Washing \ 
ton, D. C, June, 1 874. 8vo, pp. 16. aas., c. 9076!, 

A Statement showing the Effect that might be produced againsj 
the State of Maryland and Citv of Baltimore by the proposed in j 
crease of stockholder directors in the Baltimore and Ohio R. Rl 
Company. By a Marylander. [n. f. i860?] 8vo, pp. 7. , 

c. 9076'! 

Statement to the Congregation of the Church of the Epiphanji 
Philadelphia. See [Tyng (Dudley A.)]. 1 

Statement to the People of Connecticut, as to the proposed ob 
struction to the Navigation of Connecticut River, at Middletowr 
Hartford: Press of Case, Tiffany & Burnham. 1 848. 8vo, cove 
title, and pp. 23. B-. nyp. 9077 

Signed on p. i6: Thomas S. Williams [and 24 others], Committee of City 1 
Hartford. An appendix forms pp. 17-23. 

Statement to the Public in reference to the Act of the Legisb 
ture to remove the Dam across the Concord River, at Billenc: 
Lowell: Stone & Huse, Book Printers, 21 Central Street. i86c 
8vo,pp. 18. B.9077 



STATEMENT WITH NOTES. 26 1 

I A Statement; with notes and a supplement. New York: Gush- 
ing, Bardua ^ Co. 1871. 8vo, pp. 16. C. 90772 

I A statement by employees of the American Bible Society, detailing their side of the 
controversy over question of hours and vcages. — c. 

Statement with reference to the Knights Baronets of Nova 
Scotia, their creations, privileges, and territorial rights of property 
in that Colony, &c. &c. &c. With an appendix. Edinburgh: Wil- 
liam Tait, 78. Prince's Street; and James Ridgway, 169, Piccadilly, 
London, mdcccxxxi. [Verso of title:] Edinburgh: Printed by 
James Walker. 8vo, pp. 36, advertisement (2). h., nyp. 90773 

The "Advertisement" on p. 3 is signed, "E[phraim] Lockhart." Improved title 
|of no. 41739, vol. 10. 

Statements and Arguments in behalf of the Petitioners before the 
Committee on Railroads and Canals of the Legislature of Massa- 
chusetts, 1864, on the Petition of the Boston and Worcester and 
Western Railroad Corporations for the Consolidation of those 
Roads. Boston: Press of Geo. C. Rand & Avery, 3 Cornhill. 
1864. 8vo, pp. 89. AAs., B. 90774 

Statements and Documents relative to the Establishment of Steam 
Navigation in the Pacific; with Copies of the Decrees of the Gov- 
ernments of Peru, Bolivia, and Chile, granting Exclusive Privileges 
to the Undertaking. London: Printed by Whiting, Beaufort 
House. 1838. 8vo, pp. 42. Three folded maps and one folded 

'■^^^^- AAS.j C, NYH., NYP._, UCAL. 9O775 

"Preliminary observations" signed: William Wheelwright. 

Statements and Observations on the working of the laws for the 
Abolition of Slavery throughout the British Colonies, and on the 
^resent State of the Negro Population. [Colophon:] /. Rider, 
'Successor to the late S. Bagster, Jun.,) 14, Bartholomew Close, 
London. [1836.] 8vo, pp. 68. cu., y. 90776 

Caption title. Signed and dated: Office of the London Anti-Slavery Society, i8, 
Udermanbury, ist March, 1836. 

Statements and Remarks made before the Committee on Edu- 
:ation, at the State House, Boston, Feb. 8, 1856, in support of the 
'etition of the Ladies' Collegiate Institute. Worcester: Printed 
')• Henry J. Rowland, 199 Main Street, rear of Union Block. 
1856.] 8vo, pp. 12. BA. 90777 

A petition on verso of title signed by T. F. Caldicott, Henry Chapin, and S. E. 
ewall. The Statements were made by Henry Chapin of Worcester, Mr. Rockwood, 
inancial Secretary of the Corporation, and Dr. Caldicott, of Boston. 
VOL. XXIII, I 7 



262 STATEMENTS IN RELATION. 

Statements in relation to the proceedings of Friends in England 
in aid of the efforts for the Abolition of Slavery; also, some facts 
respecting the measures taken by Members of said Society in Eng- 
land and America, for promoting the Abolition of the Slave Trade 
and Slavery, [n. f. 1837?] 8vo, pp. 8. aas., B., H. 90778 

Caption title. Includes "Queries in relation to Slavery," reprinted "from the 
'Friendly Visitant,' of fourth month, 1837, a periodical published by Joseph Tallcot, 
a member of the Society of Friends of Skaneateles, N. Y. It is commended to the 
serious consideration of members of the Society in this country ..." Signed, "F. 
C. J." At the end are extracts from Clarkson's "History ... of the Abolition of the 
Slave Trade." 

Statements made in Congress, on the Duty on . . . Peruvian 
Guano. See Guano, no. 29057, vol. 7. 

Statements of Facts in relation to the Expulsion of James C.( 
Cross, from Transylvania University. Lexington^ Ky. Scrughami 
6f Dunlofy Printers. 1 846. 8vo, pp. 19. nyp. 90779 

Statements signed by B. W. Dudley, Thos. D. Mitchell, and Robt. Peter. For a 
refutation of the above, see Cross (J. C), no. 17653, vol. 5. 

The Statements of Rev. A. Latham exposed. These statements: 
were made in a pamphlet, entitled, "Rev. Jamess [sic] M. Cook,) 
Rev. H. Bacon, and A. Latham." [Verso of title:] Providence: 
Greene ^ Shaw y Printers. 1848. i2mo, pp. 18. aas. 90780 

Signed and dated: J. M. Cook, Providence, May 24, 1848. 

Statements of the Coal and River Trade, in opposition to the. 
Davis Island Dam [in the Ohio River]. \^n.f. 187-?] 8vo 
pp.17. B. 90781! 

Addressed to Hon. John H. Reagan, Chairman, Committee of Commerce, House j 
of Representatives, Washington, D. C. I 

Statements relating to a Navy Yard in the Delaware. See League; 
Island, note on no. 39519, vol. 10. hsp. I 

Statements relating to the pending application before the Legis-j 
lature, for a law authorizing a cut to be made through the Albany] 
Pier, between the State-Street and Columbia-Street Bridges: to-j 
gether with a synopsis of the testimony on the part of the remon- 
strants. Albany: Printed hy Packard and Van Benthuy sen. 1 836. 
Svo, pp. 22. B., nyp. 90782 

Statements relating to Trade ... of Canada. See Montreal, no,' 
50287, vol. 12. j 

Statements respecting St. Ann's Church for Deaf-Mutes. Sei\ 
St. Ann's Church, no. 74996, vol. 18. H., nyp. j 



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STATEMENTS RESPECTING. 263 

Statements respecting the American Abolitionists; by their Op- 
ponents and their Friends: indicating the Present Struggle between 
Slavery and Freedom in the United States of America. Compiled 
by the Bristol and Clifton Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society. Dublin: 
Webb and Chapman, Printers, Great Brunswick-Street. 1852. 
8vo, pp. 24. AAS. 90783 

Statements showing the Condition of certain Banks in Mary- 
land. Annafolis: William M^Ncir, Printer. 1837. 8vo, pp. 8. 

HSP. 90784 

Staten Island, N. Y. Executive Committee. Facts and Docu- 
ments bearing upon tlie Legal and Moral Questions connected with 
the Recent Destruction of the Quarantine Buildings, on Staten 
Island. By the Executive Committee of Staten Island. New York: 
Wm. C. Bryant & Co., Printers, 41 Nassau St., Cor. Liberty. 

1858. 8vo, pp. (4), 90. BA., C, H., M., NYH., NYP. 9O785 

St. Andrew^ s Parish. Facts against Rumor: being a brief state- 
ment, without note or comment, of the most important facts which 
transpired in the late difficulties between the Vestry and the People 
of St. Andrew's and Trinity Parishes, Staten Island, N. Y., prior to 
the 5th of February, 1857. % order of committee. New York: 
Baker &? Godwin, Book and Job Printers, Corner Nassau and 
Spruce Streets. 1857. l2mo, pp. 12. GTS._, nyh. 90786 

A Word to the Public in regard to the Difficulties in St. Andrew's 
Parish, Staaten Island, N. Y. By the Committee of the People. 
New York: Baker &' Godwin, Printers, Corner Nassau and 
Spruce Streets. 1857. i2mo,pp. 12. gts., nyh. 90787 

Signed by D. L. Clawson and five others. 

Staten Island Improvem^cnt Comm.issio7i. ... A Letter Intro- 
ductory from Messrs. Olmsted, Harris, Trowbridge and Richard- 
son, l^n.p. 1871.] 8vo, pp. 29. AML., nyh. 90788 

This and the two following titles have the heading: "Staten Island Improvement 
Commission." 

Signed: Fred. Law Olmsted. Elisha Harris. J. M. Trowbridge. H. H. Rich- 
ardson. 

. . . Report of a Preliminary Scheme of Improvements. Pre- 
sented, January 12th, 187 i. [Verso of title:] James Sutton &' 
Co., Printers and Stationers, 23 Liberty Street, New York. [ 1 87 1 .] 

8vo, pp. I 14. AML., B., CU.j H., NYP. 90789 



264 STATEN ISLAND. 

. . . Report of Committee on Transportation and Intercommu- 
nication. New York: Frank McElroy^s Mercantile Steam Print- 
ing House, gg and lOl William Street. 1 87 I. 8vo, pp. 16. 

Signed: Nathaniel J. Wyeth, President. CU., NYAM., NYH. 9079O 

Staten Island Granite Company. Sienitic Granite, of 
Staten Island. [New York. 1840.] 8vo, pp. 4. nyh. 9079 i 

Staten Island Railroad Company. Staten Island Railroad. 
Reports of the Committee and Engineer, to the President and Di- 
rectors of the Staten Island Railroad Company, embracing surveys 
and estimates. New York: Baker, Godwin is' Co., Printers, corner 
Nassau and Sfruce Streets. 1 85 2. 8vo, pp. 28. Folded map. 

NYH.j NYP., Y. 90792 

Caption title. Consists of three reports, all dated in 1839, and signed by J. W. 
Featherstonhaugh, James R. Chilton and James Renwick, respectively. A final state- 
ment on p. 4 is dated, Port Richmond, Dec. 10, 1840. 

States, fseud. The Right to secede. See Wm. D. Porter's 
"State Sovereignty," our no. 64321, vol. 15. 

States vs. Territories. A True Solution of the Territorial Ques- 
tion. By an Old Line Whig. August 15, i860. [Washington?^ 
8vo, cover title and pp. 20. aas., b., c, h., nyp. 90793 

In MS. on the title page of the nyp. copy: "With the respects of John A. Rockwell," 
the author. 

"States" ^-Man, fseud. Letters to the London "Times," and 
New York "Courier and Inquirer." By a "States" '-Man. Boston: 
Bazin &' Chandler, Printers, 37 Cornhill. 1857. 1 2 mo, pp. 259. 

C, NYP.j PEAB. 90794 

On p. [3]: Letters dedicated to A. H. by E[dward] V[ernon] C[hilde]. 1857." 
Improved title of no. 40650, vol. 10. For an earlier edition, see no. 12729, vol. 4. 

States-Man, fseud. . . . To the People of the United States. 
What Says the Lav\^? Or, Congress and the President. Judicially 
Reviewed by A States-man. New York. 1868. John Sarell, 2oS 
Broadway. . . . For Sale at Room 21, No. 208 Broadway. 8vo, 
pp. 8. c, Y. 90795 

With heading: "(The Press throughout the Union Please Copy.)" According to 
the c. catalogue, the author is Montague Richard Leverson, and this name is written 
on the title page of the v. copy. Information supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

The Statesman. Statistical Almanac, and Political Manual for 
the State of New-Hampshire. 1865. Compiled by George E. 
Jenks. Contents. . . . Second edition. . . . Concord: Published by 
McFarland &" Jenks, Book, Card, and Job Printers, Phenix Block; 



STATESMAN. 



265 



. . . Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1865 

1 2mo, cover title, and pp. 72. B., cu., nyp. 90796 

For an issue for 1866, see Jenks (G. E.), no. 36028, vol. 9. 

The Statesman : A Weekly Journal of Politics, Literature, Sci- 
ence and Art. Volume I. Baltimore: Published at the Office, 162 
West Baltimore Street. 1869. [Verso of title:] Published by the 
Maryland Democratic Association. Folio, pp. (4), 488. 

C, NYP. 90797 

c. has a file through vol. 4, no. 2, from October 17, 1868 to April 30, 1870. We 
have located no later issues. 

Statesman's Manual. Burlington, Vt. Chauncey Goodrich. 
l2mo. go^^g 

Title from Roorbach's "Bibliotheca Americana," 1849, listed without date. 

The Statesman's Manual. See Williams (Edwin), comf. 

. . . The Statesman's Manual of the Constitution of the United 

States: a brief exposition of the true elementary principles of that 

: great compact between sovereign states. (By an aged friend of the 

Author (John Rutledge) of the United States Constitution.) . . . 

\_Baltimore? 1872.?] 8vo, pp. 20. c, H., nyp. 90799 

1 With heading: "(Reprinted from the Southern Magazine)" for September, 1872, 
|PP- 334-353) where it appeared under the title, "Relations of the Federal Government 
[to the States." Signed "Justinian," i.e., Lewis Cruger. 

, Statias Hotel Guide. Portland: Thurston <^ Co. 1872. 32mo, 
!pP-"4- 90800 

Title from Williamson. 

' Statia's Hotel List Guide. W. E. Statia, Publisher, Portland, Me. 

Third edition, for 1874 Portland: Printed by B. Thurston & 

\Comfany. 1874. i6mo, pp. 60, (8), 65-80, (32), including 
illustrations. aas. 90801 

: Statia's Traveller's Pocket Companion and Advice to the Trav- 
jelling Public. Written and published by W. E. Statia, Detroit, 
[Mich, and St. Paul, Minn. [cof. 1 872.] 1 2 mo, pp. 332. 

Title supplied by Wiilard O. Waters. HEH. 90802 

I Stationers' Hall Almanack. See Spofford (Thomas). 

I The Stationers' Hand-book. A Practical Business Guide chiefly 
intended for the use of Retail Stationers and Booksellers. Edited by 
jH. D. Monachesi and Albert B. Yohn. With Alphabetical Indexes 
3f Subjects, Firms, and Trade Specialties. New York: Office of 



266 STATISTICAL ACCOUNT. 

the Publishers^ Weekly , 37 Park Row. 1 876. [Verso of title:] 
S. W. Green, Printer, 16 and 18 Jacob St., New-York. 8vo, pp. 
xii, 196. NYP.jWHS. 90803 

Copyrighted by F. Leypoldt, and preface signed: "F. L." 

A Statistical Account of Schuylkill Permanent Bridge. See 
Schuylkill River, nos. 78065, P.^ and 78066, vol. 19, B., c, hsp. 
Statistical Account, 1 8 15. H. 

A Statistical Account of the Towns and Parishes in the State of 
Connecticut. Published by the Connecticut Academy of Arts and 
Sciences. See Dwight (Timothy), no. 21557, vol. 6; Morris 
(James), no, 50839, vol. 12; and Field (David D.), no. 24273, 
vol. 6. 

Statistical Address to the People of Austin and Washington 
Counties. See [Crawford (G. W.)], no. 17436, vol. 5. h. 

A Statistical & Chronological View of the State of New- York, 
with the distances on all the principal travelling routes; notices of 
places, and important historical incidents connected with them; 
places of fashionable resort; population of every town in the state, 
according to the enumeration made in 1845, ^^^ other important 
information relating to agriculture, manufactures, mechanic arts, 
professions, schools, &c., in each county of the state. Illustrated 
with engravings. Published by M[ark] Miller. No. 15, ^^ story 
Arcade Exchange. Rochester. 1846. [On cover:] Advertiser 
Book and Job Office. l6mo, pp. 71, advertisements (9). 

NYP. 90804 

A Statistical and Historical View of Fairmount Water Works. 
Philadelfhia: Crissy ^ Markley. 1 853. 8vo, pp. 32. 2 plates and 
map. AML. 90805 

The Statistical Annual, containing full tabulated reports on the 
leading branches of commerce and finance, for the year 1872, com- 
pared with several preceding years. Published by the Neiv York 
Daily Bulletin Association. 1873. 4to, pp. 1 10, blank recto, adver- 
tisements (29). CU., NYP. 90806 

The Statistical Companion. See Williams (Edwin). 

Statistical Facts in relation to the New-York and Albany Rail-: 
Road; showing the importance of this work to the City of Nev»?- 



STATISTICAL HISTORY. 26? 

: York and the Interior. Ne%v-York: Printed by William G. Boggs. 
,1838. 8vo,pp. II. cu. 90807 

i p. 8 is blank, and on pp. 9-1 1 are "annexed" the proceedings of a meeting of land- 
I holders held at Dover. Some copies were issued without the proceedings. 

i Statistical History of Benevolent Contributions in the past sixteen 
i years. For the use of the American Board of Commissioners for 
[Foreign Missions, September, 1852. Prepared by one of the secre- 
jtaries. Boston: Press of T. R. Marvin, 42 Congress Street. 1852. 
;8vo, pp. 26. AAS., HSP. + Second Edition, revised September, 
'1853. [Same imprint.] 1853. 8vo,pp. 31. aas. 90808 

I Statistical History of John Ridgway's Vertical Revolving Battery, 
[with drawings. Recommended for Trial by the Board of Naval 
'Examiners, June 13, 1862, and for Adoption as "Due to the Pub- 
jlic Interest," by the Naval Department, Permanent Commission, 
I May II, 1864. Boston: Prentiss & Dcland, Printers, No. 40, 
.Congress Street. 1865. 8vo, pp. 30. aas., c, nyp., y. 90809 

, Also: Report of the Judges on New Inventions and Machines, at the tenth ex- 
jhibition of the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, on John Ridgway's 
jVertical Revolving Battery, awarding a gold medal. . . . Boston; Prentiss & Deland, 
Book and Job Printers, No. 40, Congress Street. 1865. 8vo, pp. 8. aas. At aas. 
^there is also a circular in 3 pp. dated Boston, November, 1865, and signed by several 
[hundred citizens of Massachusetts, urging upon the Massacliusetts Senators and 
jRepresentatives to obtain a trial of the battery. 

I A Statistical Inquiry into the Condition of the People of Colour 
,. . . of Philadelphia. See Philadelphia, no. 62289, ^ol. 15. b., ba., 

Ic, H., HSP., NYP., UP., WHS., Y. 

\ Statistical Pocket Manual, of the Army, Navy, and Census of the 

iUnited States of America Boston: D. P. Butler, Publisher, 142 

Washington Street. [Verso of title:] Printed by Bazin & C hand- 
ler, 7^1 Cornhill. [co^. 1861.] l6mo,pp. 51, (i). NYP. 90810 

j Reprinted as follows: 2nd edition, nyp.; 3rd edition, c; 4th edition, b.; 5th 
pdition, H., y.; 6th edition, b., heh.; 7th edition, nyp.; 8th edition, h., heh.; loth 
;?dition, b., nyp., utex., y.; 14th edition, c, nyp., whs. 
i These editions were all copyrighted in 1862. 

I Statistical Report of the County of Albany. 1 823. 5<?<? Albany, 

(flO. 641, vol. I. NYP. 

Also: Second Edition. Albany. 1824. whs. 

Statistical Sketch of Dr. Judson's Missionary Life. Neiv York: 
Lewis Colby &' Co. 1846. i8mo, pp. 32, advertisements (4). 

AAS., NYP. 9081 I 

I A Statistical Sketch of the State of Michigan, showing its re- 
|;ources, relative importance, and intimate connexion, in interest 



268 STATISTICAL SKETCHES. 

and commercial relation with New York and other Atlantic states. 
'New York: G. F. Hof kins. Printer. 1838. 8vo, pp. 18. Frontis- 
piece folded map. C. H. 90812 

Statistical Sketches of Upper Canada, for the use of emigrants, 
by a Backwoodsman. . . . London: John Murray, Albemarle 
Street, mdcccxxxii. [Verso of title:] Montreal: Refrinted by 
Andrew H. Armour & Co. Notre Dame Street. i6mo, pp. (4), 
93. NYP. 90813 

For London editions, see [Dunlop (William)], the author, no. 21318, vol. 6, b., 
BA., BM., Y., and Canada, no. 10610, vol. 3, b. 

Statistical Society of Pennsylvania. Constitution and 
By-Laws. See Pennsylvania, no. 60643, vol. 14. c. 

Statistical Tables of the State of New York. See no. 53982, vol. > 
13. c. 

Statistical Tables relating to Massachusetts, accompanied by a 
Map of the State. Worcester: Dorr, Hoivland & Co. 1839.; 
32mo, pp. 32. Folded map. c. 90814 

Statistical View of the Executive and Legislative Department . . . 
of Massachusetts. See [Poole (Alexis)], no. 64026, vol. 15. H. 

A Statistical View of the operation of the Penal Code of Penn- 
sylvania. To which is added, a View of the Present State of the 
Penitentiary and Prison in the city of Philadelphia. Prepared and 
published, in pursuance of a resolution of the Philadelphia Society for 
Alleviating the Miseries of Public Prisons. Philadelfhia: 1 8 17. 
Bvo, pp. 14. AAs., cu., HSP. 90815 

Page 13 is a folded table, verso blank, 14 being on the recto of the following leaf. 
Improved title of no. 60644, vol. 14. 

Statistical View of the Population of Massachusetts. See no. 

46145, vol. II. NYH. 

Statistics and Causes of Asiatic Cholera ... in Providence. See 
Providence, R. I., no. 66368, vol. 16. 

Statistics connected with the Bear Valley Coal Region. See no. 
4121a, vol. I. 

Statistics of Dane County, Wisconsin : with a Business Directory 
in part, of the Village of Madison. Compiled from authentic sources, 
by the Publishers. Madison. Carpenter &' Tenney Printers. 1851.; 
Bvo, pp. 24. Frontispiece. c, heh., nyp., whs. 908 16 1 



STATISTICS OF DANE COUNTY. 260 

I Statistics of Dane County, Wisconsin : with a sketch of the Set- 
jtlement, Growth, and Prospects of the Village of Madison. Com- 
ipiled from authentic sources, by the Publishers. Madison: Carpen- 
\ter & Tenney, Steam Press Print. 1852. 8vo, pp. 1 5, ( i ) , includ- 
jing frontispiece and illustration, aas., c, heh., nyp., whs. 908 1 7 

■ For an 1853 edition, see Madison, no. 43749, vol. 1 1. aas., c, h., heh., nyp. 

; Statistics of Intemperance in Portsmouth. The Report of a 
Committee appointed Dec. 23, 1844, to ascertain statistics, &c. 
Made at a public meeting at the Temple, April 16, 1845. Where 
the closing resolutions were adopted, and a vote to print the report 
oassed. Portsmouth,N.H. C. W. Brewster, Printer. 1845. 8vo, 

PP-^°- HEH. 90818 

I Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

I Statistics of Madison and Dane County. 1853. ^^^ no. 43749, 

>'0l. II. AAS,, C, H., HEH., NYP. 

Statistics of Philadelphia. See Philadelphia, no. 62292, vol. ic. 

^SP. 

Statistics of Saginaw Valley. 2d edition of East Saginaw Courier 
—Extra, containing a statement of the salt and lumber business for 
[863 and to August i, 1864; with other items of interest concern- 
ng the resources, progress, and prospects of that portion of Michi- 
gan. Job Printing executed with neatness and desfatch at the office 
^j the East Saginaw Courier, Grant Block, Washington Street, 
setter Press Printing, . . . Lewis & Lyon. [1864.] 8vo, cover 
.tie, and pp. 8. nyp. 90819 

Statistics of the coal trade of the United States, moved towards 
he seaboard, for 1 866 ; added the Prize essays on mining bituminous 
:oal. Pottsville, Pa., 1867. Pp. 1 1, 20. Table. b., p. 90820 

Title from the b. catalogue card for a copy located at the Harvard Business Branch. 

Statistics of the coal trade of the United States, moved toward 
he seaboard, for 1867, to which is added matter interesting to coal 

perators and the trade. Taken from the Miners' Journal 1868. 

'4mers' Journal Office, Pottsville, Pa. 8vo, cover title and pp. 20 
°^.^^^t^ble. WHS. 90821 

Title supplied by Annie A. Nunns. 

Statistics of the Coal Trade of the United States, moved towards 
le Seaboard, for 1867; to which are added the prize essays on 
lining bituminous coal, published in "London Mining Journal," 



270 STATISTICS OF THE COLORED. I 

in i860. . . . Pottsville, Pa.: Miners' Journal Office. 1868. Bvo, ' 
cover title, and pp. 20, 20. Folded table. c, whs. 90822 ' 

The essays have a separate title page: Prize Essays on Coal Mining in England.' 
Published originally in the London Mining Journal. Pottsville: B. Bannan. i860. 

Statistics of the Colored People of Philadelphia, ^ee Bacon j 
(B. C), no. 2639, vol. I, and Philadelphia, no. 62293, vol. 15. j 

Statistics of the Common Schools: being a digest and compari-| 
son of the evidence furnished by the local superintendents and the! 
Chief Superintendent, in their reports for 1855, with suggestions oni 
the organization of a system of common schools, adapted to the cir-j 
cumstances and state of society in Canada, in a series of ten letters,! 
addressed to the Honorable John A. MacDonald, Attorney Gen-! 
eral, &c., &c. By a Protestant. Toronto: Printed at the Office o\\ 
the Catholic Citizen, Post Offce Lane, and sold by all booksellers. ! 
...1857. 8vo, cover title, and pp. 56, 23. nyp. 90823I 

The first part has a separate title page, "Statistics of the Common Schools ... in : 
a series of seven letters ..." and the second part has a half title, "Suggestions on the 
organization of a system of common schools . . . being a series of three letters . . . " 1 

Statistics of the Cotton Manufacture, See [Batchelder (Sam-; 
uel)], no. 391 1, vol. I. I 

Statistics of the Woollen Manufactories in the United States.: 
By the Proprietor of the Condensing Cards. New York: Pub-, 
lished by Wm. H. Graham, Tribune Buildings. 1 845. [Verso ofi 
title:] Stereotyped by William Newell, Tribune Buildings. l2mo, ; 

pp.190. C, NYP.jY. 908241 

The cover title is dated 184.6. Attributed to Jolm Goulding in the catalogue of the! 
H. G. Kittredge sale at Libbie's, Feb. 8, 19 15, lot no. 166. | 

1 

Statistics relating to the [proposed] County of Erwin, [N. Y.] ; 
\^n.f. 1856.] 8vo, pp. 13. NYP. 90825! 

Improved caption title of no. 22803, vol. 6. j 

Statistics relative to Value of Real Estate and Assessments in, 
various counties in the State of New York, in the years 1 871 andj 
1872, Brooklyn: Eagle Print, 34, 36 and 38 Fulton Street. 1 872. 
8vo, pp. 30. NYP. 90826 ^ 

Statisticus^ fseud. Schedule of a Revenue Tariff to produce! 
$156,000,000, with a Free List comprising over Five Hundred | 
Articles. As printed in "The World," 28th November, 1873. 1 
[New York. 1874.] 4to, pp. (3). NYP. 90827 

Caption title. Signed and dated: Statisticus. New York, January, 1874. 



STATUE. 



271 



• Statue of General Nathanael Greene. Remarks of Hon, A, H. 
iFanner of New York. T. A. Jenckes of Rhode Island. B. F. 
jvVhittemore of South Carolina. C. L. Cobb of North Carolina. 
\i. W. Slocum of New York. John Beatty of Ohio. Delivered in 
{he House of Representatives, January 31, 1870. Washington: 
''F. ^ J. Rives & Geo. A. Bailey, Reporters and Printers of the 
Debates oj Congress. 1870. Svo, pp. 13. aas. 90828 

Statuta Ordinata a Sancto Concilio Provinciali Mexicano III. 
|iV^ Lorenzana (F. A.), no. 42066, vol. 10, cu., hisp.soc.amer., 
i.nd Sanctvm Provinciale Concilivm Mexici, note on no. 76332, 

'Ol. 18, H._, HISP.SOC.AMER., JCB. 

The collation of the latter entry should read, title, 38 numbered leaves, and i un- 
numbered leaf. 

I Statutes of the British Parliament, in relation to the Colonial 
frade, with the Acts of Congress on the same subject, Washing- 
an. 1826. Svo. 90829 

I Title from a clipping from an unidentified English bookseller's catalogue, 
i 

I Statutes relating to Florida. [Caption title on p, 3:] Statutes 
elating to Florida, in the Diocesan Synod, held by his Majesty's 
lommand, by the Right Rev, Dr. John Garcia de Palacios, bishop 
f Cuba, in June, 1684. [n. f. n. d.] Svo, pp. 13. h. 90830 

Staudenmayer (L. R.). The Loss of the Central America; 
jr, The voice of God upon the waters. A Sermon, preached at the 
phurch of the Annunciation, New-York, on the seventeenth Sun- 
iay after Holy Trinity, (October 4, 1857,) by the Rev. L. R. 
taudenmayer. Rector of St. Magdalene's Church, Atchison, K. T. 
lew-York: Daniel Dana, Jr., 2^1 Broadway. 1857. Svo, pp, 26, 

C, GTS,, NYH, 90831 

Staughton (James M,), Address delivered on the anniversary 
If the Union Literary Society of Miami Universit)^, September 27, 
1831. Cincinnati: W. J. Ferris & Co., Printers. 1 83 1, Svo, 

IP- 23. BM,, C, HEH,, M,, U,CHIC, 90832 

I Title from Rusk's "Literature of the Middle Western Frontier," vol 2, 1925, p. 325. 

I Staughton, Charge addressed to the Graduates at the Medical 
i-ommencementof the Columbian College, D,C,, March ii, 1829. 
yashington: Ustick. 1829, Svo, pp, ll, aml,, UP, 90833 

{ Staughton (William). Address delivered at the opening of 
jie Columbian College in the District of Columbia, January 9, 
1822; by the President, the Rev, William Staughton, d.d. Member 



272 STAUGHTON. 

of the American Philosophical Society. Washington City: Printecl 
and Published by Anderson and Meehany Columbian Office y Norti^ 
E Street. 1822. 8vo, pp. 31. | 

AAS., B., BA., C, H., HEH., HSP., NYH., NYP., Y. 9083::| 

[Staughton.] An Address, delivered October, 1807, ^^ Mrsj 
Rivardi's Seminary, on the occasion of the examination of the firs ' 
and middle classes. Philadelphia: Printed by Kimbery Conrady &t 
Co. No. I'] O, South Second-Street. 1 807. l2mo, pp. ll. 

AAS., C, HSP. 9083'. 

The address is preceded by a letter of thanks to Dr. Staughton from the trustees. 

i 

Staughton. A | Discourse, | occasioned | By the sudden deatl' 
of three Young | Persons, by | Drowning. | Delivered | On th( 
28th of May, 1797, I At the Baptist Meeting House in Borden-:! 
ton, I New Jersey. [ By the Rev. William Staughton, j Principal o:j 
Bordenton Academy. | To which is annexed, An | Oration, | De-!J 
livered the preceding evening at the Interment of the | Bodies, j 
By the Rev. Burgiss Alhson, a.m. | Philadelphia: | Printed b]\ 
Stephen C. U sticky | 1797. | 8vo, pp. 37. 

aas., jcb., nyh., nyp., UTS. 90836] 

Staughton. Divine Condescension, and the Pleasures of Re- 
ligious Worship: the Substance of Two Sermons, preached at the! 
Opening of the Baptist Meeting-House, near Trenton, on Saturday •' 
the 26th, and Lord's-Day, the 27th of November, 1 803. By Wil-; 
liam Staughton . . . Printed by Stephen C. U sticky Burlingtony N. J j 

1804. 8vo, pp. 56. AAS., B., HEH., NYH. 9083/] 

Staughton. Eulogium in Memory of the Late Dr. Benjamirl 
Rush, Professor of the Institutes and Practice of Medicine and ol! 
Clinical Practice in the University of Pennsylvania. Delivered anc! 
Published at the Request of the Graduates and Students of Medi 
cine in said University, in the Second Presbyterian Church of Phila 
delphia, on Thursday, the 8th of July, 1813. By William Staugh 
ton, . . . Philadelphia. Published by Request of the Graduates 

1813. 8vo, pp. 32 AAS., AML., B., C, H., NYAM., NYH., P. 9083^ 

Staughton. The importance of an early and habitual prepared- 
ness for Death. A Sermon delivered in the Baptist Meeting House 
in Sansom-Street, Philadelphia, on the decease of Mr. Richarc 
Pearse, a young member of the church : by William Staughton, . . 
Philadelphia: Printed for the Publishers, by John Bioreny No. 80 
Chesnut-street. 1813. 8vo, pp. 40. AAS., NYH. 9083c 



STAUGHTON. 



273 



' Staughton. Missionary-Encouragement: | A | Discourse, 
delivered j On Wednesday Evening, the i6th of May, 1798, 
jjfore the j Philadelphia Missionary Society | and | the Congrega- 
|Dn of the Baptist Meeting House, | Philadelphia. | By the Rev. 
|/illiam Staughton, | Principal of Bordenton Academy. | . . . | 
\hiladelfhia: \ Printed by Stephen C. Ustick, | 1 798. | 8vo, pp. 44. 

[ AAS., JCB. 90840 

I 

i Staughton. Sermon, delivered in the Capitol of the United 
;ates; on Lord's Day, July 16, 1826; at the request of the Citizens 
Washington, on the death of Mr. Jefferson and Mr. Adams. 
\y William Staughton, d.d. late Chaplain of the Senate. . . . Wash- 
\gton: Published at the Columbian Office, North E Street. 1826. 
'/O, pp. 32. B., C, CU., NYP. 90841 

1 Staughton. The Servant of God concluding his Labours. A 
,rmon on the death of the Rev. Samuel Jones, d.d. delivered be- 
!re the Baptist Church and Congregation at Pennepek, of which 
I had been the Beloved and Affectionate Pastor, upv^'ards of 5 i 
!ars. By W. Staughton . . . Philadelphia: Published by R. P. and 
1'. Anderson, Booksellers, N. E. Corner of Vine and Third Streets 
\d for sale by John Bradley, No. 78, Market Street. [18 14.] 
jo, pp. 30. HSP., NYH. 90842 

[Dedication dated: May, 1814. 

Staunton {Sir George [Leonard]), bart. An | Authentic 
'xount I of I An Embassy | from j The King of Great Britain | 

I the I Emperor of China; | including | Cursory Observations 
iide, and Information obtained, in Travelling through that Anci- | 
:t Empire and a small Part of Chinese Tartary. | Together v/ith a 
.ation of the | Voyage undertaken on the Occasion by his Maj- 
ly's Ship the Lion, and | the Ship Hindostan in the East India 
''mpany's Service, to the Yellow | Sea, and Gulf of Pekin ; as well 
ijof their return to Europe; | with notices of [ The several places 
liere they stopped in their way out and home; being the | Islands 
ijMadeira, Teneriffe, and St. Jago; [t]he Port of Rio de Janeiro 

I I South America; the Islands of St. Helena, Tristan d'Acunha, 
ii Am- I sterdam; the Coast of Java, and Sumatra, the Nanka 
ss, Pulo-Con- I dore, and Cochin-China. | Taken chiefly from 
[: papers of | His Excellency the Earl of Macartney, Knight of the 
jth. His Majesty's Embassa- | dor Extraordinary and Plenipo- 
jtiary to the Emperor of China; Sir Erasmus Gower, | Com- 
I nder of the Expedition, and of other Gentlemen in the several 



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departments of the Embassy. | By Sir George Staunton, Baronet. | ; 
Honorary Doctor of Laws of the University of Oxford, Fellow of i 
the Royal Society of London, his | Majesty's Secretary of Embassy j 
to the Emperor of China, and Minister Plenipotentiary in the ab- \ 
sence of the Embassador. | In two volumes. | . . • | Philadelfhia: \ 
Pfinted for Robert Campbell, by John B'loren. \ 1799. | 2 vols.,' 
8vo, xxiii, (l), 297, 2 plates; 267, appendix xxiv, 6 plates and; 
folded table. aas., c, jcb., nyp., uts. 90843 ' 

Pp. xiii-xvi in vol. i are misnumbered xii-xv. First edition, London, 17<)7- bm., 

C, NYP. ] 

Staunton, Va. . . . Considering it the duty of the people of this! 
dis- I trict, to declare their principles and opinions, | on subjects! 
which at present agitate the pub- | lie mind . . . and a respectable 1 
number hav- | ing met for that purpose, appointed Alexan- | der, 
St. Clair, Esquire, to the chair. | Archibald Stuart, Esquire, presented j 
a I number of resolutions, which after a discus- | sion, were unani-: 
mously adopted, as the sense | of the present meeting. | ist. Re- 1 
solved, That all attempts to sub- | vert the federal government, or| 
violate its | principles, ought to be firmly and vigorously resist- | ed. |i 
2d. Resolved, That it is the interest of America | to cultivate peace | 
and harmony with the world. | . . . [Staunton: Printed by William\ 
Throckmorton. 1 793.] Svo broadside. c. 90844 

Dated at head of sheet, "Staunton, September 3d, 1793-" Signed, "Alexander St.] 
Clair, Chairman, Test. Archibald Stuart, Secretary." Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch,! 
imprint from Evans. 

Staunton Baptist Female Institute. Catalogue of the 
Staunton Baptist Female Institute, Staunton, Va. Half session,, 
1870-71. Staunton, Va.: ''Valley Virginian'' Job Office, corner^ 
Main and Augusta Streets. 187 I. Svo, pp. 13. j 

va.state lib. 908451 

Both before and soon after this date the institution bore the name, "Albemarle, 
Female Institute." The school continued under various names. According to thej 
preface, this is the first catalogue issued in Staunton. Title supplied by H. R.j 
Mcllwaine. ' 

Stayner (Charles W.). Alleged "Objectionable Features" inl 
the Religion of the Latter-day Saints. By Elder Charles W. Stay-| 
ner. [Colophon:] Printed and Published by Albert Carrington, at 
the Latter-day Saints' Printing, Publishing, and Emigrating Office, 
42, Islington, Liverpool [ 187-? ] 8vo, pp. 8. H., nyp. 90846! 

Caption title. Carrington's name, at this address, appears in the imprint of Mormonj 
works published in Liverpool from the late sixties through the early eighties. 1 



STEADFAST. 



275 



Steadfast (Jonathan), fseud. Count the Cost. See Connecti- 
cut, no. 157 16, vol. 4. AAS., BM., C, H., HEH., HSP., NYP., Y. 

Reprinted in "Magazine of History . . . Extra Number— No. 80," 1022 with an 
attribution to David Daggett, cu.j nyp., y. 

Steadman (E.). a Brief Treatise on Manufacturing in the 
South. By E. Steadman. Printed by C. O. Faxon. Clarksville, 
Tenn. 1851. 8vo, pp. 24. c, h., nyp. 90847 

I Steadman. The Southern Manufacturer: showing the Advan- 
, tages of Manufacturing the Cotton in the Fields where it is grown; 
; compared with its manufacture in the Eastern states. With estimates 
I for building cotton mills, &c. By E. Steadman, superintendent of 
I Sumner Manufacturing Company, Gallatin, Tenn. Gallatin, Tenn 
' Printed by Gray & Boyers. 1858. 8vo, pp. 84, 87-120, including 
I 2 illustrations. C., nyp. 90848 

i Steady Habits Vindicated. See Connecticut, no. 15859, vol. 4. 
I aas., b., c, cu., minnhs., nyp., whs., y. 

i At end of the y. copy in the handwriting of Leonard Wales, class of 1807- "Sup- 
j posed to have been written by David Daggett Esq. or more probably by M^ Sampson, 
\-T ,Z Con"«t'cut Courant." Included in the list of Daggett's works found 
in Dexter's Yale Graduates, vol. 4, p. 263. 

' The Steady Progress of the Camden and Amboy Railroad Com- 
Ipany and the Delaware and Raritan Canal Company, toward the 
complete control of the whole government of the State of New 
j Jersey considered, and commended to the consideration of the people 
\[n.f. 1869.?] 8vo, pp. 15. HEH. 90849 

^^_^Caption title. Supplied by Willard O. Waters. The heh. copy may lack a cover 

, Steam Boiler Makers' and Iron Ship Builders' Benevo- 
!lent & Protective Association, Boston. Constitution, By- 
laws, Rules of Order, Certificate of Membership, and Receipts for 
Dues, Fines & Assessments, of the Steam Boiler Makers' and Iron 
Ship Builders' Benevolent & Protective Association, of Boston and 
Vicinity. Organized May I, 1863. Boston: Alexarider Howarth, 
Stationer, S^S Washington Street. 1863. l8mo,pp. 23. B. 90850 

Steam Communication between Boston and New Orleans. See 
:Boston, no. 6587, vol. 2. B., h. 

Steam Postal Intercourse & Traffic with the Americas and Aus- 
;ral-Asia. Comparative merits of the existing and proposed mail 
■outes. (Reprinted, with corrections, from the "Colonial magazine 



276 



STEAM TRAIN. 



for April, 1850.") London: J . Mortimer ; ... [1850?] Svo, j 
pp. 16. c. 9085 1 I 

"Official report to the American Congress." t 

Steam Train Boats for Canal Transportation. A new system of j 
towing on canals and inland waters, with a plan of connecting and 
steering section-boats. 1876. Philadelfhla: Line aw e av er ^ Wal- 
lace, Printers, 32 South Fourth Street. Svo, cover title, and pp. 6, 
(4). Frontispiece folded diagram. I 

BUREAU RAIL.ECON., NYP. 90852 ! 

Prepared by Wm. Frick of Chester, Pa. The final leaf is numbered 7 on the recto. ; 
In the NYP. copy an additional leaf and folded table have been inserted. ' 

Steamboat Disasters and Railroad Accidents in the United States. ; 
To which are appended accounts of recent shipwrecks, fires at sea, i 
thrilling incidents, etc. Revised and improved. Worcester: Pub-' 
lished by Warren Lazell. 1843. [Verso of title:] Stereotyped by\ 
George A. Curtis, Ne-iu England Type and Stereotype Foundry, \ 
Boston. i2mo, pp. 408, including 9 full page illustrations. heh.,j 
Y. + [Same imprint and collation.] 1846. B., minnhs., nyh.,| 

NYP., WHS. 9°^53j 

Two editions were published in Worcester in 1840, with S. A. Howland's name onj 
the title page as author, aas., heh. Title of the 1843 edition supplied by Willard 0. j 
Waters. i 

Steamers between California China and Japan. See [Thompson, 
(Ambrose W.)]. 

Stearns (Charles), b. 1753, d. 1826. Dramatic Dialogues | 
For the Use of Schools. | By Charles Stearns, a.m. | Pastor of the 
Church, and Preceptor of the Liberal | School in Lincoln. | . . . | 
Published according to Act of Congress. | Leominster, Massachu-' 
setts, 1 Printed by John Prentiss, & Co. for the Author. \ 1 798. | 

I2mo, pp. 540. AAS., B., BM., C, HEH., P., Y. 90854 

Stearns. The Ladies' | Philosophy of Love. | A Poem, | In 
four Cantos. | Written in 1774. | By Charles Stearns, a.b. J Since 
pastor of the church, and preceptor of the ] Liberal School in Lin- 
coln. I Now first published — According to Act of Congress. | Leo- 
minster, Mass. I Printed by John Prentiss, & Co. for the author. \ 

1797. I 4tO, pp. 76. AAS., B., BM., C, NYP. 90855 

Stearns. Principles | of | Religion and Morality. | In Three 
Parts. I I. Of the Evidences of Religion. | II. Principles of Re- 
ligion. 1 III. Principles of Morality; with four | Lessons on the 



STEARNS (cHARLEs). 277 

I 

' Cardinal Virtues. | The whole in Short Lessons, in the Form of 
i Dialogues; adapted to Schools, | and private Instruction in Families, 
By Charles Stearns, a.m. | Pastor of the Church and Preceptor of 
the Liberal | School in Lincoln. | Published according to Act of 
I Congress. | Leominster, Massachusetts, | Printed by Charles &' 
John Prentiss — for the \ Author. — 1 798. | l2mo, pp. 79. aas. 
, + Second Edition. | Amherst, Newhamf shire, | Printed by Sam- 
\uel Preston — For the author. \ 1799. i2mo, pp. 72. c, nyp. 
;+ Third edition, Portsmouth, Newhamf shire: Printed for the 
\ Author, and sold by him in Lincoln, and by Charles Peirce in Ports- 
\ mouth, wholesale and retail. 1807. i2mo, pp. 84. 

I AAS.,C., NYH. 90856 

I Stearns. The Prospect of War, an Elegy, addressed to Mr. 
I Israel Keith by Mr. C. Stearns, [n. f. 1774.] Folio, pp. 3. 90857 

S Dated, Leominster, Oct. 14, 1774. Title from the Heartman catalogue for a sale 
I of October 4, 1923, lot no. 48. 

j Stearns. A Sermon, at the interment of Mrs. Phebe Foster, 

'consort to the Rev. Edmund Foster, preached at Littleton, July 

17th, 1812. By Rev. Charles Stearns ... Boston: Printed by 

Joshua Belcher. [i8i2.] 8vo, pp. 22, and erratum pasted on p. 22. 

aas., h., NYH. 90858 

Stearns. A Sermon, delivered at Concord, before the Bible 
Society in the county of Middlesex, Massachusetts, 26 April, 18 15. 
By Charles Stearns . . . Cambridge: Hilliard and Metcalf, Printers. 
[1815.] 8vo, pp. 30, (i). 

AAS., BM., C, H., NYH., Y. 90859 

Contains historical material relating to the Society. 

Stearns. A Sermon, dehvered before the Convention of Con- 
gregational Ministers in Massachusetts, at their Annual Meeting in 
Boston, June i, 1815. By Charles Stearns . . . Boston: Published 
by Charles Callender. No. 1 1, Marlboro^ Street. 1 8 15. 8vo, pp. 35. 

AAS., B., BM., C, UTS., WHS., Y. 90860 

Stearns. A | Sermon: | Preached at | an Exhibition | of 
Sacred Musick, | in Lincoln, | On the Nineteenth of April, 1 792. 
By Charles Stearns, a.m. | Pastor of the Church in Lincoln. | Printed 
at Boston, j By Isaiah Thom^as and Ebene-zer T. Andrews, \ At 
Faust'^s Statue, No. 45, Newbury Street. | MDCCXCII. | 8vo, pp. 15. 

AAS., BM., C, H., JCB., NYP. 90861 
VOL. XXIII. 18 



278 STEARNS (cHARLEs). 

Stearns. A Sermon preached November 1 1, 1 806, at the Inter- 
ment of the Hon. Eleazar Brooks, Esq. By Charles Stearns . . . 
Cambrldgey Printed by William H Hilar d. 1807. 8vo, pp. 18. 

aas., b., bm., nyh. 90862 

Stearns (Charles), abolitionist. Facts in the life of General 
Taylor; the Cuba blood-hound importer, the extensive slave-holder, 
and the hero of the Mexican War. By Charles Stearns. Boston: 
Published by the author. 1 848. [Verso of title:] Abner Forbes^ 
Printer^ 37 Cornhilly Boston. i2mo, pp. 35, (i). 

AAS., B._, BM., C, NYP.j P., WHS., Y. 90863 

Stearns. The "Fugitive Slave Law" of the United States, shown 
to be unconstitutional, impolitic, inhuman, and diabolical. By 
Charles Stearns, author of "Narrative of Henry Box Brown," and 
other anti-slavery pamphlets. Boston: Published by the author. 
For sale by Bela Marsh, 25 Cornhill. 1 85 1 . 1 2mo, pp. 36. 

B., BM., C, NYP., WHS. 90864 

Stearns. Narrative of Henry Box Brown, who escaped from 
slavery enclosed in a box 3 feet long and 2 wide. Written from a 
statement made by himself. With remarks upon the remedy for 
slavery. By Charles Stearns. Boston: Published by Brown £jf 
Stearns. For sale by Bela Marsh, 25 Cornhill. [On front cover:] 
1849. [Verso of title:] Abner Forbes, Printer, '7^'] Cornhill. i2mo, 
pp. 90, including frontispiece portrait, and printed covers. 

B., BM., HSP., NYP. 90865 

Many footnotes are signed, C. S. The text is continued on the back cover. The 
NYP. copy is in the Schomberg collection at the 135th Street Branch. 

Stearns. The Way to abolish Slavery. By Charles Stearns, 
author of "Facts in the life of Gen. Taylor, &c.," "Taylor, Cass 
and Van Buren compared," and "Encroachments of the slave- 
power upon the rights of the North." Boston: Published by the 
author. 1849. [Verso of title:] Abner Forbes, Printer, 37 Corn- 
hill, Boston. l2mo, pp. 36. B., C, NYP. 90866 

Stearns (Charles). The Black Man of the South, and the 
Rebels; or, The characteristics of the former, and the recent out- 
rages of the latter. By Charles Stearns, a Northern Teacher, Mis- 
sionary, and Planter, and an eye-witness of many of the scenes 
described. . . . For sale by American News Co., New York. N. E. 
News Comf any, Boston. 1872. 8vo, pp. 562. 8 plates. 

AAS., B., BM., C, HEH., NYP., P., WHS., Y. 90867 1 



STEARNS (cHARLEs). 279 

[Stearns (Charles)], b. 1788, d. i860. Letter to Samuel 
Bowles. Second edition. [Springfield, Mass. 1854.] 8vo, pp. 
(2), 8. aas., NYP. 90868 

Caption title: "Truth is mighty and will prevail." For the first edition, see that 
title, below. 

[Stearns.] National Armories. City of Washington, Febru- 
ary 10, 1853. Col. H. K. Craig, of the Ordnance Department: 
Sir: I have read your article in the city papers tin's morning . . . 
[Washington. 1853.] 8vo, pp. 6. B., h. 90869 

Caption title. Signed, Charles Stearns. A reply to Craig's remarks on "A Review 
of the Systems of Superintendency ... of the Springfield Armory." 

[Stearns.] The National Armories. A Letter to the Hon. 
George T. Davis, Member of Congress from Massachusetts, reply- 
ing to his speech in the House of Representatives, on the 3d and 
nth of January, 1853, ^^ ^^e question of changing the Superin- 
tendence of the Armories from Military to Civil, by one of his con- 
stituents. Washington: 1853. 8vo, pp. 20. B., H., 90870 

Signed on p. i8, by Charles Stearns. 

[Stearns.] The National Armories, a Review of the System 
of Superintendency, Civil and Military, particularly with reference 
to Economy, and General Management at the Springfield Armory. 
Springfield, Mass., Nov. 1852. Springfield: G. W. Wilson^s 
Steam Pozver Presses. 1852. 8vo, pp. 75. Frontispiece, aas., bm. 
+ Second Edition. [Same imprint and date.] 8vo, pp. 79. Fron- 
tispiece. B., c, NYP. 90871 

A note "To the Public" on p. 5, signed "C. S.," states that "The facts herewith 
presented, have for the most part appeared in a series of letters in the 'Boston 
Traveller' within the past three months ..." In MS. on the cover of the nyp. copy: 
"Rc<J of Mr. C. Stearns the author 7 Jan. 1853." For a third edition, see The 
National Armories, no. 51924, vol. 12. aas., b., c. 

Stearns. Report of the Case of Charles Stearns against J. W. 
Ripley, in the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, Novem- 
ber Term, 1 850, for Malicious Prosecution. His Honor Judge 
Sprague, Presiding. Springfield: G. W. Wilson, Printer, Corner 
of Main and State Sts. 185 I. 8vo, pp. 76, (l), verso blank, 14, 
and addendum pasted on appx. p. 1 1. Folded diagram. 

AAS., B., BM., NYP. 90872 

[Stearns.] A Statement of Facts, in connection with the Peti- 
tion of Charles Stearns and others, for an Act of Incorporation as 



2 8o STEARNS (cHARLEs). 

an Aqueduct Company. Sf ring field: Printed by John M. Wood. 
1848. 8vo, pp. 32. AAS., B., BM. 90873 

Signed and dated: Charles Stearns, Springfield, April 10, 1848. For a reply, see 
Pynchon (J. C), no. 66866, vol. 16. bm. See also, A Statement of Facts in connec- 
tion with the Petition of the Springfield Aqueduct Co., no. 89877, vol. 23. 

Stearns. "Truth is Mighty and will prevail." Letter to S. 
Bowles. \_Sfring field. 1854?] 8vo. BM. 90874 

For a second edition, see Letter to Samuel Bowles, above. 

Stearns wrote the Answer by a Citizen which is appended to H. K. Craig's "State- 
ment," 1853, no. 17359, vol. 5. An obituary notice appears in the New Eng. Hist. 
and Gen. Reg., vol. 14, i860, p. 292. 

Stearns (Charles W[oodward] ). A Concordance to the Con- 
stitution of the United States of America; with a Classified Index, 
and Questions for Educational Purposes: by Charles W. Stearns, 
M.D. . . . Nezu York: Poole &" Maclauchlan, Printers, 205— 213 
East Twelfth Street. 1872. 8vo, pp. (16). AAS. 90875 

According to a printed letter, laid in the pamphlet, these are "specimen pages of a 
work relating to the Constitution, which will be published this April." The pages 
are numbered as in the complete work. 

Stearns. A Concordance of the Constitution of the United 
States of America; with a classified index, and questions for edu- 
cational purposes: by Charles W. Stearns, M.D. . . . New York: 
Poole &" Maclauchlan, Printers. 1872. l2mo, pp. viii, 153. 
C, H., Y. -\-New York: Mason, Baker ^ Pratt, 142 <y 144 
Grand Street. 1872. i2mo, pp. viii, 153. ba., nyh., nyp., y. 
+ Third Edition. [Same imprint.] 1873. i2mo, pp. viii, 153. 
nyp.j p. + Fourth Edition. . . . [Same imprint and date.] i2mo, 
pp. viii, 153. BM., WLC. 90876 

Title of the fourth edition supplied by Randolph G. Adams. 

Stearns (Edward J[osiah]). The Afterpiece of the Comedy 
of Convocation. In two scenes. Hartjord: The Church Press 
Comfany. 1870. l2mo, pp. 168. C. 90877 

Allibone lists a Baltimore, 1870, edition. 

Stearns. An Examination of a recent pamphlet bearing the 
title, "Law and Prerogative. A Review of the late Case of the 
Rt. Rev. W. R. Whittingham, d.d., ll.d." By Edward J. Stearns, 
D.D.J Rector of St. Mary's Whitechapel Parish, Denton, Md., Dio- 
cese of Easton. . . . Baltimore: George Lycett, 44 Lexington 
Street. [Verso of title:] /. H. Emerson, Printer, Denton, Mary- 
land. [1876.] 8vo, pp. II. AAS. 90878 

Dated at end: February I2th, 1876. 



STEARNS (e. J.). 281 

Stearns. A Letter to His Excellency, T. Watkins Ligon, Gov- 
ernor of Maryland, and ex officio President of the Board of Visitors 
and Governors of St. John's College, Annapolis, Md. by the Rev. 
E. J. Stearns, a.m., late professor in that institution. Baltimore: 

1855. 8V0, pp. 24. H., NYP. 90879 

Stearns. Notes on Uncle Tom's Cabin : being a logical answer "K hC^ 

to its allegations and inferences against slavery as an institution. ^J*^-''' < ' \/70 
With a supplementary note on the key, and an appendix of authori- ^ H f W 
ties. By the Rev. E. J. Stearns, A.M. late professor in St. John's <r 5^ C W ^ 
College, Annapolis, Md. . . . Philadelphia: Liffincott, Gra?nbo ^ ^ ^ / 

Co. No. 14 North Fourth Street. 1853. [Verso of title:] Slote & 
Mooney, Stereotyfers. l2mo, pp. 314. aas., b., c, hsp., nyh., 
WHS., Y. + Second Edition. [Same imprint, date, and collation.] 

NYP., peab. 90880 

Stearns. "The Powers that be." A Sermon, preached in St. 
Paul's Church, Centreville, Queen Anne County, Maryland, the 
fourth Sunday after the Epiphany, February 2, a.d. 1862. By the 
Rev. Edward J. Stearns, a.m. Rector. . . . Baltimore: James S. 
Waters. 1862. 8vo, pp. 15. BM., c, nyh., whs. 90881 

Stearns. The Sword of the Lord: a Sermon, preached in the 
House of Prayer, Newark, New Jersey, on Thursday, September 
26, 1 86 1, being the National Fast Day. By Edward J. Stearns, 
A.M. of the Diocese of Maryland, — Minister in charge. . . . Balti- 
more: James S. Waters. 1 86 1. 8vo, pp. 15. 

B., bm., c.y NYP., WHS. 90882 

[Stearns (Edwin)]. The Coleman Family. See [Coleman 
(Lyman)], no. 14307, vol. 4. aas., nyh., nyp., y. 

According to a note on p. 3 signed by L. Coleman, "the compilation and arrange- 
ment of the materials have been made by the Hon. Edwin Stearns, of Middletown, Ct." 

Stearns (Elisha). An Eulogium, on General George Wash- 
ington; spoken at Tolland, on the 22nd of February, 1800: at the 
request of the Inhabitants. By Elisha Stearns, Esq. Printed at East- 
Windsor , by Luther Pratt. July 2()th, 1800. 8vo, pp. 24. 

C, NYP. 90883 

Stearns (Ezra S[collay]). History of the town of Rindge, 
New Hampshire, from the date of the Rowley Canada or Massachu- 
setts charter, to the present time, 1736 — 1874, with a genealog- 
ical register of the Rindge families, by Ezra S. Stearns. . . . Boston: 



282 STEARNS (f. a.). 

Press oj George H. Ellis. 1875. Svo, pp. (4), 788. Plate and 12 
portraits, aas., b., c, hsp., minnhs., nyp., whs., y. 90884 

Stearns was also the author of other historical works published after 1876. 

Stearns. ([Frazar Augustus]). Adjutant Stearns. See 
[Stearns (William Augustus)]. 

Stearns (George Luther), compiler. Equality of all Men. See 
no. 22713, vol. 6. AAS., CU.j H.J Y. 

[Stearns]. A Few Facts, pertaining to Currency and Bank- 
ing; adapted to the present position of our Finances. Washington^ 
D.C. Gibson Brothers, Printers. 1864. Svo, pp. 1 5. AAS., c, H., 
HSP., NYP.j WHS., Y. + By George L. Stearns. Boston: A. Wil- 
liams and CoTnf any , 100, Washington Street. 1864. [Colophon:] 
Boston: Printed by John Wilson and Son. Svo, pp. 16. 

B., BM., CU., NYP., Y. 90885 

On verso of title: Washington, D. C. — January 19, 1864. To the Senators and 
Representatives of the United States: a Few Facts ... are respectfully submitted. 
George L. Stearns. 

[Stearns], compiler. See Universal Suffrage. 

See also: F. P. Stearns' "Life and Public Services of George Luther Stearns," 

1907. NYH.j NYP. 

[Stearns (George Osborne)]. A Review of "A Discourse 
occasioned by the Death of . . . Webster ..." by Theodore Parker. 
See Junius Americanus, pseud. , no. 36924, vol. 9. aas., ba., c, 

CU., HEH., Y. 

Stearns (H[enry] P[utnam]). Address delivered before the 
Officers and Inmates of Joe Holt General Hospital, Jeffersonville, 
October 17, 1864. By H. P. Stearns, Surgeon U. S. V., in charge. 
Hanna &' Co., Printers, Corner Third and Main Streets, Louis- 
ville, Ky., 1S64.. Svo, pp. 16. NYAM., Y. 90886 

Stearns. An Address: dehvered to the Graduating Class in the 
Medical Department of Yale College, February 17, 1876. By 
Henry P. Stearns, M.D., Superintendent of the Retreat for the 
Insane, Hartford, Conn. . . . Nezu Haven: Tuttle, Morehouse &' 
Taylor, Printers. 1876. Svo, pp. 15. aml., nyam. 90887 

Stearns. The Discovery of Modern Anesthesia: a Critique. 
By H. P. Stearns, a.m., m.d., Superintendent of the Retreat for the 
Insane, Hartford, Conn. Reprinted from the Pages of the Medical 



STEARNS (hONESTUs). 283 

Record. Hartjord: Press of the Case, Lockwood &' Brainard 
Comfany. 1876. 8vo, pp. 15. aas., c. 90888 

Presents the claims of Horace Wells to be considered the discoverer of modern 
anaesthesia. First issued in "The Medical Record," vol. ii, 1876, pp. 215—219. 

Stearns (Honestus). A Rural Poem, written for the Centen- 
nial Celebration of the Settlement of the Town of Reading, Vt., 
held at Felchville, August 28, 1 872. By Honestus Stearns. Spring- 
field, Vt. E. D. Wright, Printer. 1873. i6mo, cover title and 
pp. 19, (5). AAS., B., c. 90889 

Stearns (Isaac). Right and Wrong, in Mansfield, Mass. Or 
an account of the Pro-Slavery Mob of October loth, 1836: when 
an Anti-Slavery Lecturer was silenced by the beat of drums, &c. 
with some reasoning in favor of Emancipation. By Isaac Stearns. 
Appendix, containing a List of Officers and Members of the Mans- 
field Anti-Slavery Society. Paivtucket, Mass. Robert Sherman — 
Printer. 1 837. 8vo, pp. 6 1. aas., c, nyh. 90890 

[Stearns.] To the Public. Especially to the Friends of Liberty 
in New England, [n. f. 1840.] 8vo, pp. 24. B.,ba. 90891 

Caption title. Signed at end: "A True Democrat." Introductory letter signed and 
dated on p. 3: "Isaac Ste[a]rns, Norton, December 21st, 1840." Contains articles 
originally published in the "Taunton Whig." 

Stearns (John). An Address, delivered on the occasion of as- 
suming the chair as president, at the first regular meeting of the 
New-York Academy of Medicine, February 3d, 1847. ^7 ]^^^ 
Stearns, m.d. ... New-York: Printed by Henry Ludtvig, 70 £5? 
72 Vesey-Street. 1 847. 8vo, pp. 13. 

AML., B., C, NYAM. 90892 

Stearns. Annual Address to the Medical Society of the State of 
New York, Feb. 4th, 18 18. Albany. 18 1 8. 8vo. aml. 90893 

Also: Annual Address, 1819, b.; 1820, aas., aml., b., nyam.; 1821, aml., b., 
NYAM. The addresses for each year were also published in the "Transactions" of the 
society. 

Stearns (John G [lazier] ). An Appendix to "An Inquiry into 
the Nature and Tendency of Speculative Free Masonry." In which 
is proved the true character of Morgan's "Illustrations of Masonry." 
By John G. Stearns . . . Ca-zenovia: Printed by J . F. Fairchild. 
1828. i8mo, pp. 54. c, NYH. 90894 

Stearns. A Dialogue, on the effectual means of separating Free 
Masonry from the Church of Christ. By John G. Stearns . . . 



284 STEARNS (j. G.). 

[Colophon:] JJticay N. Y.: Printed by D. Bennett & Co. 1828. 
l2mo, pp. 18. HEH. 90895 

Caption title. 

Stearns. An Inquiry into the Nature and Tendency of Specu- 
lative Free-Masonry. By John G. Stearns, Pastor of the First 
Baptist Church in Paris. Utica: Printed [by William Williams] 
for the author. 1826. 1 8mo, pp. 109, appendix 9. nyp. -|- Second 
Edition — Enlarged. Utica: Printed for the author. 1827. i8mo, 
pp. 168, errata (i). nyh. + Third edition. Utica: Printed by 
Northway ^ Bennett. No. 32, Genesee-street. 1 827. l8mo, 
pp. 166. c.) HEH. + With an appendix. To which is added, 
Plain Truth ; a Dialogue ; and the Author's Reasons. By John G. 
Stearns, Minister of the Gospel, Paris, N. Y. Fifth edition — 
Revised and corrected. . . . Utica: Northway <y Porter, Printers, 
No. 96, Genesee Street. 1829. 1 6 mo, pp. iii, xvi, 211. 

See also above, An Appendix. AAS., B., C, NYP., Y. 90896 

Stearns. Letters on Freemasonry, addressed chiefly to the fra- 
ternity. With an appendix, shov/ing that freemasonry is respon- 
sible for the abduction and murder of Capt. Wm. Morgan, of 
Batavia, N. Y., for revealing the secrets of the order. Also, extracts 
from renunciations of seceding Masons of the first respectability. 
By John G. Stearns, author of an Inquiry into Masonry. Utica, 
N. Y. T. W. Seward, No. 137 Genesee Street, i860. i2mo, 

PP- (4), 3-182. H., NYH. 90897 

Stearns. A New Chapter on Freemasonry: addressed to the 
Baptist Church of Clinton, N. Y., in reference to the manner in 
which they have treated this subject and the author. By Rev. J. G. 
Stearns. Utica: Grijfiths &' Warren, Printers. 1 868. l8mo, 
pp. 88. BM. 90898 

Title from the "American Literary Gazette," for September i, 1868, p. 205. 

Stearns. Plain Truth: containing remarks on various subjects, 
relative to the institution of Speculative Free Masonry. By John 
G. Stearns . . . Ca-zenovia: Printed by J. F. Fair child. 1828. 
i8mo, pp. 82. HEH. 90899 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

Stearns. A Review of two Masonic Addresses; one delivered 
by Judson B. Andrus [i. e. Andrews] M.D., at the constitution of ! 
Faxton Masonic Lodge, Utica, N. Y., and published in the "Utica j 
Morning Herald," of June 25th, 1 870. The other delivered in 



STEARNS (j. M.). 285 

Rome, N. Y., by Rev. W. Searls at the dedication of the new 
Masonic Hall, and by a vote of the lodge solicited for publication, 
and was published in the above named journal of February 1 6th, 
1 87 1. By Elder John G. Stearns . . . Utica, N. Y.: Printed by 
Curtiss & Childs. 187 1. l8mo, pp. vi, 72. C. 90900 

Stearns (John M[ilton] ). The Rights of Man the True Basis 
of Reconstruction. An address delivered at North Springfield, Ver- 
mont, July the fourth, 1866. By John M. Stearns . . . Williams- 
burghj N. Y.: Printed by L. Darbee &' Son. 1866. 8vo, pp. 16. 

u.CHic. 90901 

Stearns. The Unhappy Life of Stephen Frothingham, designed 
for Sabbath Schools. Norwich [Conn.^ 1837. i6mo. bm. 90902 

Stearns (J[ohn] N[ewton]). Prohibition does Prohibit; or, 
Prohibition not a Failure. By J. N. Stearns. New York: The 
National Temferance Society ^ Publication House^ No. 58 Reade 
Street. 1875. 1 2mo, cover title, and pp. 48. cu., nyh. 90903 

Stearns was also the author or compiler of various other works relating to the 
"Temperance" cause. See "A Noble Life. John N. Stearns," 1895. 

Stearns (J[onathan] F[rench]). Commemorative Discourse 
delivered at Newburyport, Mass. in the First Presbyterian Church, 
on the Centennial Anniversary of the death of the Rev. George 
Whiteiield, September 3d, 1 8 70, by Rev. J. F. Stearns, d.d., for- 
merly pastor of that church, now of the First Presbyterian Church 
in Newark, New Jersey. N eivburyport: William H. Huse &? Co.y 
Printers, No. 42 State Street. 1870. 8vo, pp. (4), 3-57, (i). 

B., NYP., WHS. 90904 

Cover title: "Centennial Commemoration of the death of George Whitefield, in 
the Old South Church, Newburyport, Mass., Sept. 30, 1870." Improved title of no. 
54912, vol. 13. 

Stearns. Filial Tribute. A sermon after the funeral of Mrs. 
Abigail Stearns, widow of the late Rev. Samuel Stearns, of Bedford, 
Mass., preached at Newark, N. J., Dec. 12, 1858. By Rev. J. F. 
Stearns . . . Boston: Wright &' Potter, Printers, 4 Spring Lane. 
1859. S^O' PP- 3^*- Frontispiece portrait. B., BM., UTS. 90905 

Also issued with separate title page as pp. 17—46 of Samuel Sewall's "Discourse at 
the funeral of Madam Abigail Stearns," our no. 79451, vol. 19. aas., uts. 

Stearns. First Church in Newark. Historical Discourses, re- 
lating to the First Presbyterian Church in Newark; originally de- 
livered to the congregation of that church during the month of 
January, 185 i. By Jonathan F. Stearns, . . . with notes and illus- 



286 STEARNS (j. F.). 

trations. Newark: Printed at the Daily Advertiser Office. 1853. 
8vo, pp. xiii, (i), 320. Frontispiece plate, 4 portraits and i folded 

map. AAS.j B.J BM., C.y HSP., MINNHS., NYP., WHS., Y. 9O906 

Stearns. The Good Republican. A Discourse, delivered in the 
First Presbyterian Church, Newark, N. J., on Thanksgiving Day, 
Dec. 12, 1850. By Jonathan F. Stearns, . . . New-York: Printed 
by J. F. Trow, 49 fs? 51 Ann-Street. 1 850. 8vo, pp. 24. aas., 
UTS. -j- New York: JohnF. Trow, Printer, 49, 51 <y 53 Ann-St. 
[Same date and collation.] nyh. 90907 

Cover title in both issues has the imprint: Newark: Published by I. Mcllvane. 
1851. M. has a copy of one of the issues. 

Stearns. The Great Commission. A Sermon before the Ameri- 
can Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, at their Meeting 
in Brooklyn, N. Y., October 4, 1870. By Rev. Jonathan F. 
Stearns . . . Cambridge: Printed at the Riverside Press. 1 870. 
[Verso of title:] Riverside, Cambridge: Printed by H. O. Hough- 
ton and Comfany. 8vo, pp. 23. aas., nyp., uts. 90908 

Stearns. A Historical Discourse, commemorative of the organi- 
zation of the First Presbyterian Church, in Newburyport, delivered 
at the First Centennial Celebration, Jan. 7, 1846. By Jonathan F. 
Stearns . .. Newbury fort: Published by John G. Tilton. 1846. 
[Verso of title:] Haskell <y Moore, Printers, No. 4 Washington 
Street, — Boston. 8vo, pp. 64. Frontispiece portrait. 

AAS., B., C, HEH., HSP., MINNHS., NYP., WHS., Y. 9O909 

Stearns. Liberal Education a Necessity of the Church. A Dis- 
course, delivered at the Sixteenth Anniversary of the Society for 
the Promotion of Collegiate and Theological Education at the 
West. In the Congregational Church, Albany, New York, October 
25th, 1859. ^y Jonathan F. Stearns .. . New York: John F. 
Trozu, Printer, 377 &? 379 Broadway, i860. 8vo, pp. 29. 

aas., b., cu., whs. 909 10 

Stearns. Obstacles and Encouragements. Two Discourses de- 
livered on the Anniversary of the Author's Ordination, in the First 
Presbyterian Church in Newburyport, September 22, 1844. By 
Jonathan F. Stearns . . . Nezuburyfort: Published by John G. 
Tilton. 1844. [Verso of title:] Boston: Dickinson's Printing 
House, Washington St. 8vo, pp. 36. aas., c, nyp. 9091 1 

Stearns. Respect for the Remains of the Dead. An Address 
delivered at the Consecration of Oak Hill Cemetery, in Newbury- 



STEARNS (j. F.). 287 

port, July 21, 1842. By Jonathan F. Stearns . . . Newburyfort: 
Published by A. Augustus Call. 1842. [Verso of title:] Boston: 
S, N. Dickinson^ Printer y Washington Street. 8vo, pp. 26, (2). 

AAS., BM., H., NYP., WHS., Y. 9O9I2 

Stearns. The Resurrection of the Just. A Sermon preached 
at the Funeral of Rev. John E. Emerson, Pastor of the Whitefield 
Congregational Church in Newburyport. By Jonathan F. Stearns 
. .. Newburyport: Published by John G. Tilton. 1 851. 8vo, 

pp.28. AAS., B., BM., NYH. 90913 

Stearns. A Sermon occasioned by the Death of Daniel Webster, 
delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Newark, New Jersey, 
on the morning of Oct. 31, and repeated by request in the same 
place Nov. 14, 1852. By Rev. Jonathan F. Stearns, . . . Newark: 
Published by A. L. Dermis &' Brother. 1 85 2. [Verso of title:] 
Daily Advertiser Print. Cor. of Broad and Bank Sts. 8vo, pp. 35. 

AAS., B., BM., C, HEH., NYP., WHS., Y. 90914 
Stearns published other sermons of more purely religious interest. 
See also [Smith (Lyndon Arnold)], no. 8350Z, vol. 20. 

Stearns (Joseph O [liver] ). A Eulogy on Thomas Wason, Jr. 
pronounced before the faculty and students of Dartmouth College, 
June 14, 1 86 1. By Joseph O. Stearns, a classmate. Concord: 
Steam Press of McFarland & Jenks. 1 86 1 . 8vo. 909^5 

Title from an original paper cover title filed by Joseph Sabln. No copy has been 
located. 

Stearns (Josiah). A | Sermon, | Preached at Epping, | in | New- 
Hampshire. I On I Lord's-Day, September 19, 1779. | By Josiah 
Stearns. | Pastor of the Church there. | State of New-Hamf shire 
Printed, [by Xechariah Fowle, /r.?] and Sold, at the Printing- 
Office, in Exeter. \ M.DCC.LXXX. | 8vo, pp. 40. 

AAS., H., HEH., JCB., NYH. 90916 
Caption title on p. 3: "Early Religion Recommended." A sermon on the deatli of 
Samuel Lawrence. 

Stearns. A | Sermon | Preached at the | Ordination | of the | 
Rev. Mr. Nicolas Dudley. | To the Pastoral Care of the Church 
and I Congregation in Townshend, in the State | of New-York, 
June 26, 1777. I By Josiah Stearns, a.m. | Pastor of the Church in 
Epping. I Newbury-fort: \ Printed by John My call. | mdcclxxvhi. | 

8vo, pp. 31. AAS., BA., JCB., NYH. 909 I 7 

Stearns. Sermons | on the [ Divine Character; | Delivered No- 
vember 4th, 1787, I at I Exeter, | in | NewHampshire. | By Josiah 



288 STEARNS (jOSIAh). 1 

I 

Stearns, a.m. | Late Pastor of the Church in Epping. | Exeter: I 1 
Printed by Henry Ranlet, m,dcc,xc, and | sold at his Ojfice. \ 

[1790.] Svo, pp. 64. AAS., C, JCB. 90918 I 

Stearns. Two | Sermons, | Preached at Epping, | in the | State j 
of New-Hampshire, | January 30th, 1777, | On a public Fast, | j 
Appointed by Authority, on account of the un- | natural and dis- j 
tressing War with Great- | Britain, in defence of Liberty. | By Josiah ' 
Stearns, a.m. | Pastor of a Church there. | . . . | New bury -Port: | j 
Printed by John My call. — 1777. | 8vo, pp. 39. j 

AAS., CHS., HEH., JCB., NYH. 9O9I9 j 

The date, January 30, in the title is an error, since the day appointed for Fast Day | 

In New Hampshire in that year was January 29th. See Evans, no. 15453, for the j 

proclamation. Some copies have been altered with eraser and pen to read correctly, ij 

HEH., JCB. Information from Willard O. Waters. j 

Stearns (Mrs. Lucy Wilder). In Memoriam. Mrs. Lucy i 
Wilder Stearns. Died in Brooklyn, N. Y., April 1 8th, 1870, Aged j 
78 Years. Buried in Leominster, Mass., April 20th, 1870. [n. f.] ,! 
1870. i2mo, pp. 12. NYH. 90920,1 

Stearns (Norris). The Religious Experience of Norn's Stearns, 1 
written by Divine Command. Shewing the marvellous dealings of j 
God to his Soul, and the miraculous manner in which he was deliv- i 
ered from the Jaws of Death and Hell; and his soul set at liberty. — ' 
Likewise his appointment to the Ministry; and Commission from on j 
High, to preach the gospel to every creature. Greenfield — Printed 
for the Author J at the Herald Ojfice. 18 15. i2mo, pp. 35, (i).j 

AAS., NYP. 90921 

[Stearns (Oakman Sprague)], ed. A Tribute of Affection to 
the Memory of Rev. Samuel B. Swaim, d.d. Boston: Privately 
-printed. 1866. [Verso of title:] Press of Geo. C. Rand ^ Avery y 
No. 2, Cornhill, Boston. 8vo, pp. (2), 36, (2), 37-136. Frontis- 
piece portrait and 2 plates. aas., h., minnhs., nyp. 90922 

Preface signed, O. S. Stearns. 

[Stearns], ed. Tribute to . . . Henry P. Ripley. See under 
title. 

Stearns (Oliver). The Duty of Moral Reflection with partic- 
ular reference to the Texas Question. A Sermon, preached to the 
Third Congregational Society, of Hingham; on Sunday, November 
16, 1845. By Rev. Oliver Stearns, Pastor. Hingham: Printed by < 
J edldlah Farmer. 1845. i2mo, pp. 21. i 

B., BM., C, M., UTEX. 90923 j 



STEARNS (oLIVER). 289 

Stearns. A Farewell Sermon preached to the Third Congre- 
gational Society of Hingham, Sept. 28, 1856. By OHver Stearns. 
. . . Boston: Leonard C. BozvleSy 1 19, Washington Street. 1 856. 
[Verso of title:] Boston: Printed by John Wilson and Sony 22, 
School Street. 8vo, pp. 20. aas., ba., nyp. 90924 

Stearns. The Gospel applied to the Fugitive Slave Law: A 
Sermon preached to the Third Congregational Society of Hingham, 
on Sunday, March 2, 185 I. By OHver Stearns . . . Boston: Wm. 
Crosby and H. P. Nichols, ill, Washington Street. 1 85 I . [Verso 
of title :] Boston : Printed by John Wilson and Son, No. 2 2 Second- 
street. 8vo, pp. 28. AAS., B.y BM., C.y NYP., WHS., Y. 9O925 

Stearns. The House of the Lord: a Sermon preached to the 
Third Congregational Society in Hingham, Sunday, Dec. I2, 1852, 
on re-opening their meeting-house. By Oliver Stearns . . . Boston: 
Leonard C. Bowles. 1853. [Verso of title:] Boston: Printed by 
John Wilson and Son, 22, School Street. 8vo, pp. 15. 

AAS., B., BM. 90926 

Stearns. The Incarnation. A Sermon preached at the Ordi- 
nation of Rev. Calvin S. Locke over the Unitarian Church and 
Society in West Dedham, Wednesday, December 6, 1854. By 
Rev. Oliver Stearns . . . With the Charge, Right Hand of Fellow- 
ship, and Address to the People. Boston: Crosby, Nichols, and 
Comfany, ill Washington Street. 1855. [Verso of title:] 
Cambridge: Met calf and Comfany, Printers to the University. 

Svo, pp. 41. AAS., B., C, MINNHS., NYH. ()0C)2J 

Stearns. Knowledge : Its Relation to the Progress of Mankind. 
An Address delivered at the Dedication of Loring Hall, in Hingham, 
Thursday, October 14, 1852. By Oliver Stearns. Hingham: 
Published by Jedidiah Farmer. 1 85 2. Svo, pp. 36. 

AAS., B., BM., NYH., WHS., Y. 9O928 

Stearns. The Preacher: a Sermon preached at the Ordination 
of Frederick Frothingham as pastor of the Park-Street Church, in 
Portland, Me., Wednesday, April 9, 1856. By Oliver Stearns. . . . 
With the Charge, Right Hand of Fellowship, and Address to the 
People. Portland: Published by George R. Davis. 1 856. [Verso 
of title:] Boston: Printed by John Wilson and Son, 2 2, School 
Street. Svo, pp. 43. AAS., BA., NYP., Y. 90929 

Stearns (Onslow). Reply of Hon. Onslow Stearns, President 
of the Old Colony & Newport Railway Company, to the Circular 



290 STEARNS (r. E. c). 

of the Railroad Commissioners relative to Reduction of Rates. 
Printed by order of the Directors. Boston: Press oj Rand, Avery ^ 

& Co. 1872. 8vo, pp. 15. AAS. 90930 

As governor of New Hampshire, Stearns issued messages in 1869 and 1870. 

Stearns (R[obert] E[dwards] C[arter]), ... Aboriginal 
Shell-Money, by R. E. C. Stearns. San Francisco, California, Sep- 
tember I, 1873. [Colophon:] John H. Carmany ^ Co.y News- 
-pafer, Book and Job Printers, 409 Washington St. [San Francisco. 
1873.] 8vo, pp. 10. AAS.j C.J Y. 90931 

Caption title, with heading: From the Overland Monthly. 

Stearns. Remarks of Rob't E. C. Stearns, and Resolutions of 
the California Academy of Natural Sciences upon the Death of 
Robert Kennicott. [San Francisco. 1 866.] 8vo, pp. 4. 

Y. 90932 

In the text: "Regular meeting, October iSth, 1866. Mr. Stearns read the follow- 
ing ..." Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

Stearns. Remarks of Robert E. C. Stearns on the Death of Dr. 
William Stimpson, before the California Academy of Sciences. June 
17th, 1872. [San Francisco. 1872.] 8vo, pp. 4. Y. 90933 

Caption title. j 

Stearns was the author of other scientific papers. i 

[Stearns (Samuel)], h. 1747, d. 18 19. An Account | of | the 
Late Wonderful | American Vision | Exhibiting | the Judgments | i 
that must Shortly Come to Pass | Also, | an Account | of Some Re- 5 
markable | Apparitions. | . . . | London: | Sold by Mr. Parsons,] 
No. 21, Pater-Noster-Row. 1791. | {Price Sixfence.) | 8vo, 1 
pp. vi, 13, advertisements (5). aas. 909341 

Advertisements, at the end, of books by Samuel Stearns, ll.d., and Proposals for 
printing his American Oracle. ! 

Stearns. An | Account | of the | Terrible Effects of the 
Pestilential Infection | in the | City of Philadelphia. | With an 
Elegy on the Deaths of the People. | Also [ A Song of Praise and 
Thanks- | giving, | Composed for those who have recovered, after 
having | been smitten with that dreadful Contagion. | By the Hon- 
ourable I Samuel Stearns, J.U.D. | . . . Providence: | Printed, for 
William Child, in Johnston. \ [1793.] | l2mo, pp. (4)58. 

AAS., BU., JCB. 90935 

Preface dated November 13, 1793, and five "poems" on the yellow fever epidemic. 
Author's presentation copy in aas. { 

Stearns. An ] Account | of the | Terrible Effects of the 
Pestilential Infection | in the | City of Philadelphia. | With an 



STEARNS (sAMUEl). 29 I 

Elegy on the Deaths of the People. | Also | A Song of Praise and 
Thanksgiveing [sic] ; | Composedfor [sic] those who have recov- 
er [e]d, after having | been smitten with that dreadful Contagion 
By the Honourable | Samuel Stearns, j.u.D. | . . . | New-York. 
Printed &" sold at No. 80 Cherry-Street, next door | to the corner 
of New -Slip . I Jtdy 13, 1794. | l2mo, pp. 12. NYH. 90936 

Stearns, almanacs. 

The titles of the following almanacs compiled by Stearns are arranged chrono- 
logically. 

Stearns. The Northamerican's | Almanack, j For the Year of 
Christian /Era, | 1770, | [3 lines.] | Calculated for the Lat. 42 
Deg. 25 Min. North: | And fitted to Boston Meridian. | Contain- 
ing, I [5 lines.] I By Samuel Stearns, | A Student in the Mathe- 
maticks. | [18 lines.] | Boston: Printed for, and Sold by the 
Author y I at Bolton. Price 2s. 8d. fer Dozen, and six Cof- | fers 
singh\ I [1769.] i2mo, pp. (24). AAS., H. 90937 

Stearns. The North-American's | Almanack | Being, The 
Gentlemens and Ladies Diary | For the Year of Christian ^ra, | 

177 1. I [2 lines.] I Calculated for the Latitude 42 Deg. 25 Min. 
North, j And fitted to Boston's Meridian. | Containing, | [ 1 1 lines.] | 
By Samuel Stearns, | A Student in the Mathematicks. ] [Woodcut 
illustration.] | Boston: Printed and Sold by R. Drafer, \ T. iff J. 
Fleet, and Edes & Gill. \ [1770.] l2mo, pp. (24). 

AAS., BM. 90938 

Stearns. The North-American's | Almanack, | Being, The 
Gentlemens and Ladies Diary | For the Year of Christian ^ra, | 

1772. I [ I line.] I Calculated for the Meridian of Boston, | in New- 
England, Lat. 42° 25' North. | Containing, | [12 lines.] | By 
Samuel Stearns, | A Student in the Mathematicks. | A Figure of the 



Mariners Compass 
Sold by R. Draper, 



[Woodcut diagram.] | Boston: Printed and 
T. ^ J. Fleet, and Edes ^ Gill. \ [177 I.] 

I2mo, pp. (24). AAS., BM., C, M. 9O939 

According to C. S. Brigham, the cut on the title is by Paul Revere. 

Stearns. The North-American's | Calendar | And Gentlemen 
and Ladies Diary, | Being an | Almanack | For the Year of the 
Christian ^ra | 1773. | Calculated for the Meridian of Boston, N. 
England, Lat. 42d. 25m. North. | [Woodcut illustration.] | A 
Projection of the Twelve | Signs of the Zodiack. | By Samuel 
Stearns. | A Student in the Mathematicks and Physick. | Boston: 



292 STEARNS (sAMUEl). ' 

I 

Printed and Sold by Edes ^ Gill, and T. and J. Fleet | Price 2s. Sd, i 
fer Dozen, and Six Coffers single. | [1772.] i2mo, pp. (24). 1 

Includes three cuts by Paul Revere. AAS., C, H., M.j NYP. 9094O 1 

Stearns. The North-American's | Almanack, | And Gentle- i 
men's and Ladie's Diary, | For the Year of our Lord Christ, | ! 
1774. I [2 lines.] I Calculated for the Meridian of Boston, in New- I 
England, | Lat. 42 Deg. 25 Min. North. | [Woodcut diagram.] 
By Samuel Stearns, | A Student in the Mathematicks and Physick. 
Boston: Printed and Sold by | Edes and Gill, and T. and J . Fleet. 

[1773.] I2mo, pp. (24). AAS., BA., C, M.J NYP. 90941] 

Cut on the title by Paul Revere. ! 

Stearns. The North-American's | Almanack, | And Gentle-^, 
men and Ladies Diary, | For the Year of our Lord Christ, | 1 775. | ' 
[2 lines.] I Calculated for the Meridian of Boston, in New-Eng-.; 
land, I Lat. 42 Deg, 25 Min. North. | A Geometrical Construction,; 
of a Lunar Eclipse, j [Woodcut diagram.] | By Samuel Stearns, | I 
A Student in the Mathematicks and Physick. | Boston: Printed] 
and Sold by \ Edes and Gill and T. and J . Fleet. | [ 1 774.] 1 2mo, - 

pp. (24). AAS., BM., C, H.j M., NYH., NYP. 9O942 , 

Cut on the title by Paul Revere. t 

Stearns. The North-American's | Almanack, | And Gentle-! 
man's and Lady's Diary, | For the Year of our Lord Christ | 1776. | ;' 
[2 lines.] I Calculated for the Meridian of Boston in New-Eng-; 
land, I Lat. 42 Deg. 25 Min. North. | Containing, | [17 lines.] | i 
By Samuel Stearns, Student in Physick and Astronomy. | [6 lines.] | i 
Massachusetts-Bay: j Printed by I. Thomas, in Worcester ; B.\ 
Edes, in \ Water town; and S. &' E. Hall, in Cambridge. \ {Price 6 j 
Coffers Single, and 20 Shillings the Dozen.) | [1775.] l2mo, i 

pp. (24). AAS.j BA._, HEH.j M., NYP.j WLC. 9O943 ' 

Contains "An Account of the Commencement of Hostilities betv^fcen Great-Britain ] 
and America, in the province of Massachusetts-Bay, by the Rev. Mr. William Gordon, j 
of Roxbury, in a letter to a gentleman in England," which is also included in N. ) 
Low's "Astronomical Diary . . . for . . . 1776." | 

Stearns. The North-American | Almanack, | And Gentle- ! 
man's and Lady's Diary, | For the Year of our Lord Christ, | 1 776. | 
[2 lines.] I Calculated for the Meridian of Boston in New-Eng- 1 
land, I Lat. 42 Deg. 25 Min. North. | Containing, | [7 lines.] || 
By Samuel Stearns, | Student in Physick and Astronomy. | [6 1 
lines.] I Boston: \ Printed and Sold \ in Queen-Street. \ [ 1 775*1 i 

I2mO, pp. (16). AAS., BM., H., M. 90944I 



STEARNS (sAMUEl). 2QQ 

Stearns. The North American's | Almanack, | For the Year 
of our Lord, 1777. | [Woodcut Map.] | By Samuel Stearns. \State 
oj Massachusetts-Bay. \ Worcester: Printed by Stearns and Bige- 

low. I [1776.] I2mo, pp. (24). AAS., C, HEH., M., Y. 90945 

The map is of New York and the surrounding country as far as Newark, and in- 
cludes the Forts at Powle's Hook, Bunker-Hill, Fort Washington, and Fort Consti- 



tution. 



According to Nichols, there are three editions for this year. Two of these are at 
AAS., and in the main, are from the same setting of type, but with variations in the 
verses included under each month. 

Stearns. The Universal | Kalendar, | comprehending the | 
Landman's and Seaman's | Almanac, | For 1783. | A Geometrical 
Construction of a Lunar Eclipse. | [Woodcut diagram.] | Calcu- 
lated for the Latitude and Longitude of the | City of New-York. 
By Samuel Stearns, | Professor of the Mathematics and Physic. 
[Nezv York? 1782.] i2mo, pp. (64)? aas., lihs. 90946 

The AAS. copy has only 12 leaves. The last 22 leaves of the lihs. copy have the 
title: The Navigator's | Kalendar, | Or Nautical Almanack, | for 1783. | A Plan 
exhibiting the Situations of the capital | Towns and Cities in North-America. | As the 
errata list of the latter almanac includes corrections of errors in both the Universal 
and the Navigator's Kalendar, the two were issued in connection if not always to- 
gether. See also the following, quoted in Stearns' Short History, p. 21-22: "Whilst 
the Doctor lived in New-York, he did not engage in the war, but followed the practice 
of physick and surgery, and his mathematical, philosophical and physical studies; and 
m 1783, he published, under his own name, a universal kalender, with a nautical 
almannck [sic] . . . This is said to be the first nautical almanack that ever was cal- 
culated in America." 

[Stearns]. The | Universal | Kalendar, | and the | North- 
American's I Almanack, | For the Year of our Lord Christ. | 
1784: I [i line.] I Containing, | (Besides the usual Astronomical 
Calculations) | The most excellent and comprehen- | sive Tide 
Tables, ever published | in North-America — Observable | Days — 
Physical Receipts — Re- markable Events — and an Ac- | count 
of the Times the Battles have happened in the late War; | with 
many other Things, very useful and entertaining. | Calculated for 
the Latitude and Longitude | of the City of New-York. | By Wil- 
liam Slygood [i.e., Samuel Stearns], Gent. | Student in Physic 
and Astronomy. | [New York: Printed by Hugh Gaine. 1783.] 

I2mo, pp. (24). NYP., LIHS., Y. 90947 

Supplied information on the authority of Wilberforce Fames. Probably the pseudo- 
nym was used because of Stearns' Tory position. 

Stearns. The | Universal Calendar, | and the | North-Ameri- 
can I Almanack, | For the Year of the Creation, according to 
Sacred Writ, 5749. | And of the Christian ^ra, | 1787:! [2 lines.] 
Containing, | [2 lines.] | Fitted to the Latitude and Longitude of 

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294 STEARNS (sAMUEl). 

the Town of Boston, | in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; but 
will serve with- | out a sensible Variation for the adjacent States. | 
By Samuel Stearns. | Boston: \ Printed and sold by Edmund Free- 
man, at Ills Ojfice 1 North side of the State House. | [ 1 786.] 1 2mo, 
pp. (24). AAS., c. 90948 

In the preface, dated, September iSth, 1786, and signed, Samuel Stearns: "Eighteen 
Years have revolved since I first Published Astronomical Calculations, and for some 
Years past I have Annually Calculated for four separate Governments on the Con- 
tinent ..." 

Stearns. The j Universal Calendar, | and the | North Ameri- 
can I Almanack, [ For the Year of the Creation, according to sa- 
cred writ, 5750. I And of the Christian ^ra, [ 1 788. | [3 lines.] 
Containing, | [3 lines.] | Fitted to the Latitude of 43 deg. North, 
and I the Longitude of the State of Vermont. | By Samuel Stearns, 
Professor of the Mathematics, Natural Phi- | losophy and Physic. 
Printed at Bennington, Vermont by [ Haswell & Russell. \ [1787' 
i2mo, pp. (24). AAS. 90949 

Stearns. The | Universal Calendar, | And the North-Ameri- 
can's I Almanack, | For the Year of the Creation, according to 
Sacred Writ, 5750; | And of the Christian ^ra, | 1788,! [2 lines.] 
Fitted to the Latitude and Longitude of the Town of | Boston, in 
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; | but will serve without any 
essential variation, for the | adjacent States. | Containing, | [lO 
lines.] I By Samuel Stearns, Philom. | Boston: Printed by Edes and 
Son. I No. 49, Marlborough-Street. \ [1787.] i2mo, pp. (24). 

AAS.j c, M. 90950J 
j 
Stearns. The | Universal Calendar, | and the | North American 
Almanack, ] For the Year of the Creation, according to Sacred 
Writ, 5751. I And of the Christian ^ra, | 1789. | [3 lines.] | Con-i 
taining, | [3 lines.] | Calculated, | For the Latitude of 43 Degreesi 
North, and the Longitude | of the State of Vermont. | By Samuel 
Stearns, | Professor of the Mathematics, Natural Philosophy and |j 
Physic. I [6 lines.] | Printed at Bennington, Vermont, \ by Has-\^ 
well ^ Russell. \ [1788.] | i2mo, pp. (24). AAS. 9095I1 

Stearns. The Universal | Calendar, | And the North-American | 
Almanack, | For the Year of the Creation according to the Scrip-; 
tures I 5751: I Andof theChristian^ra, I 1789:! [2 lines.] | Con-j 
taining | [2 lines.] | Fitted to the Latitude and Longitude of the! 
Town of I Boston, in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; | but, 
will serve without any essential Variation for the | adjacent Govern-! 



STEARNS (sAMUEl). 295 

ments. | By Samuel Stearns, | Professor of the Mathematics, Natural 
Philosophy & Physic. | Boston: \ Printed by Edes ^ Son, \ No. 7, 
State Street. \ [1788.] i2mo, pp. (24). aas., M. 90952 

Stearns. The Universal | Calendar, | and Northamerican | 
Almanack, | For the Year of our Lord, | 1790. | [7 lines.] | Cal- 
culated for the latitude and longitude of the | State of Vermont. | 
By Samuel Stearns, | Professor of the Mathematics, Natural Phi- 
losophy, I and Physic. | [6 lines.] | Printed at Bennington y {Ver- 
mont) by I Haswell ^ Russell. | [1789.] | l2mo, pp. (24). 

AAS., NYP. 90953 

Stearns. The | Universal Calendar: | and | Northamerican | 
Almanack, | for the year of our Lord | 1791 ; | [8 lines.] | Calcu- 
lated for the meridian of Vermont, | lat. 42° 20' N. long. 72° 
50' W. I By Samuel Stearns, | Professor of the mathematics, natural 
philosophy, | and physic. | [4 lines.] | Printed at Bennington^ by 
Anthony Haswell. \ Sold by him wholesale and retail. | [1790.] 
i2mo, pp. (24). aas., c. 90954 

Stearns. The Universal | Calendar, | And North-American | 
Almanack, | For the Year of Our Lord | 1791. | [4 lines.] | Con- 
taining, I [9 lines.] I Calculated for the Latitude and Longitude of 
the Town of | Boston, in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. | 
By Samuel Stearns, | Professor of the Mathematics, Natural Phi- 
losophy & Physic. I Boston: \ Printed by Edes & Son, \ No. 7, 
State-Street. \ [1790.] i2mo, pp. (28). AAS., H., nyh. 90955 

Stearns states in the preface, dated, London, June 2, 1790, that "Two and Twenty 
Years have revolved, since I first published Astronomical Calculations ..." The 
almanac includes a poem, "The Author's Philosophical Contemplations, &c." 

Stearns. The Universal | Calendar, | and the North-xA.merican 
Almanack, [ For the Year of the Christian ^ra, | 1 792. | [2 lines. ] 
Containing, | [3 lines.] | Fitted to the Latitude and Longitude of 
the Town | of Boston, in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. | 
By the Honorable | Samuel Stearns, Esq. l.l.d. | Boston: | Printed 
and sold by B. Edes i^ Sony \ No. ']^ State-Street. \ [1791.] l2mo, 
pp. (24). AAS. 90956 

Stearns. The | Free Mason's | Calendar, | and | Continental | 
Almanac; | For the Year of our Lord | 1793: | Containing, | [4 
lines.] I By the Hon. Samuel Stearns, l.l.d. | Neiv-York: \ Printed 
and Soldy Wholesale and Retail, | by Samuel Camf belly \ N° 37 
Hanover Square. \ The Copy right of this Calendar and Almanac 
is secured | according to Law. \ [1792.] i2mo, pp. (72). 

AAS., H., M., WHS. 90957 



296 STEARNS (sAMUEl). | 

Stearns. The New-England | Farmer's | Almanack, | For the I 
Year of our Lord Christ, | 1794; | [4 lines.] | Fitted to the Lati- j 
tude and Longitude of the town of Bos- | ton, but will serve without ! 
essential variation for all the | New-England States. | Containing | \ 
[3 lines.] I Calculated by the hon. Samuel Sternes, Esq. | Late Cal- 1 
culator of Thomas's much approved Almanack. | [2 lines.] j 
Printed at Sfringfieldy Massachusetts , \ By James R. Hutchinsy i 
At his Office J Corner of Court-Alley. \ [1793.] i2mo, pp. (24). j 

aas. 90958 j 

Stearns. The American Herbal, or Materia Medica. Wherein j 
the Virtues of the Mineral, Vegetable, and Animal Productions of | 
North and South America are laid open, so far as they are known; I 
and their Uses in the practice of Physic and Surgery exhibited. Com- I 
prehending an account of a large number of New Medical Discov- } 
eries and Improvements, which are compiled from the best authori-:j 
ties with much care and attention, and promulgated for the purpose ' 
of spreading medical light and information in America. By Samuel j 
Stearns, . . . The copy right of this book is secured as the act directs. ! 
Walfole, Printed by David Carlisle^ for Thomas &" Thomas, and ' 
the Author. 1801. l2mo, pp. 360. I 

AAS., AML., B., C, NYH., Y. 90959] 

Stearns. The | American Oracle. | Comprehending | an Ac-j 
count of Recent Discoveries | in the arts and sciences, | with | a 
variety of religious, political, physical, | and philosophical subjects, | 
Necessary to be known in all Families, for the Promotion of | their 
present Felicity and future Happiness. | By the Honourable | Sam- 
uel Stearns, ll.d. | and Doctor of Physic; | Astronomer to Hisj 
Majesty's Provinces of Quebec, | and New Brunswic [sic] ; | also; 
to the I commonwealth of Massachusetts, | and the state of Ver-j 
mont, in America. | . . . ] London: \ Printed for, and sold by /.i 
Lackington, No. 46 and 47, | Chiswell-Streety Moorfields; and^ 
J. Parsons, No. 21, | Pater-Noster-Row, London. 1791. | {Pricey 
Ss. 6d. in Boards.) | {Entered at Stationers Hall.) \ 8vo, pp. vii,j 
( I ), 627, index xviii. Diagram. j 

AAS., B., BM., H., JCB., NYP. 90960, 
Preface dated, "London, June ij, 1781 [i.e., 1791]-" { 

Stearns. The | American Oracle. | Comprehending | an || 
Account of Recent Discoveries | In the Arts and Sciences, | with !' 
A variety of Religious, Political, Physical, | and Philosophical Sub- 
jects. I Necessary to be known in all Families, for the Promotion oi 



STEARNS (sAMUEl). 207 

their | present Felicity and future Happiness. | By the Honourable | 
Samuel Stearns, l.l.d. | And Doctor of Physic; Astronomer to the 
Provinces of Quebec and | New-Brunswick; also to the Common- 
wealth of Massachusetts, | and the State of Vermont, in America. I 
... I New-York: \ Printed for, and Sold by Hodge and Campbell, 
Bary \ and Rogers, and T. Allen. \ M.DCC.xci. | The cofy right 
of this book is secured agreeable to the act of Congress. \ {Price two 
Dollars in Boards.) \ 8vo, pp. (7), blank verso, 627, index xviii. 
Diagram. aas., bm., jcb., m., nyp., p. 90961 

^ Preface dated, New-York, Sept. 12, 1791. Only the title page and the other pre- 
liminary leaves were printed in America, the rest of the work being from the same 
setting of type as the London edition, above. 

Stearns. Dr. Stearns's | Petition | to His Excellency the | 
Governour, | and the Honourable | Council: | exhibiting | The 
Troubles he has met with, by Reason of | the Appearance of False 
Evidence | against him. | Presented to the members of the | Hon- 
ourable I General Court, | of the | Commonwealth of Massachu- 
setts, I for their Information. | Printed at Worcester, Massachu- 
setts, I by Isaiah Thomas. \ MDCCLXXXV. | 8vo, pp. 12. 

AAS., BA,, C, NYP. 90962 
a letter on the verso of the title, recommending the petition to members of the Gen- 
eral Court, is signed in ms. in both the aas. and nyp. copies by O. Holman and W. 
Shaw. 

Stearns, Dr. Stearns's | Tour | from | London to Paris. | 
Containing, | A Description of the Kingdom of France — The 
Customs, I Manners, Polity, Science, Commerce, and Agriculture 
of I the Inhabitants — Its Ancient form of Government, — and | 
the New — Particulars concerning the Royal Family — | Causes 
of the late Revolution — Proceedings and Decrees | of the National 
Assembly — An Account of the Destruc- | tion of the Bastille, and 
of many dreadful Commotions | which have happened in the Na- 
tion — With a minute Detail | of the late grand Proceedings at the 
Champ de Mars. — | The whole interspersed with a Variety of 
Reflections, | humourous, moral, critical, and philosophical. | After 
which is delineated, | A New Constitution : | with | a description of 
the road to liberty. | . . . | London, Printed: \ And sold by C. Dilly, 
m the Poultry. \ m dcc xc. | Price y. sterling. \ Entered at Station- 
n-s Hall. I 8vo, pp. v, (i), 132. Frontispiece portrait, aas., c, 
NYH., NYP. + London, Printed: \ And sold by J. Parsons, No. 21, 
Paternoster-Row. \ M DCC xc. | Price 3^. sterling. \ Entered at 
Stationers Hall. \ 8vo, pp. v, (i), 132. Frontispiece portrait, aas., 
NYP. -f Dublin: \ Printed by and for W. Sleater, No. 28, Dame- \ 



298 STEARNS (sAMUEl). 

street, and J. Rice, No. 5, College-green. | M DCC xci. l2mo, 
pp. iv, 176. BA. 90963 

An edition of the Tour was advertised in the "Connecticut Journal," April 6, 1791, 
and later, as "just received and to be sold by the Printers." This undoubtedly refers 
to one of the preceding editions, and not to an American one. 

Stearns. An | Elegy | on the death of | The Rev. John Wes- 
ley; I Who died at London, March 2, 1791. | Composed by Samuel 
Stearns, LL.D. I [London. 1791.] Folio broadside. aas. 90964 

Dated: London, March 7, 1791. 

A slight reference is made to Wesley's stay in Georgia. 

Stearns. The Free Mason's Calendar. See above, in the chron- 
ological arrangement of Stearns' Almanacs. 

Stearns. The Mystery | of | Animal Magnetism | revealed to 
the World, | containing | Philosophical Reflections | on the Publi- 
cation of a Pamphlet | entitled, | A True and Genuine Discovery of 
Animal | Electricity and Magnetism; | also, | An Exhibition of the 
Advantages and Disadvantages that may | arise in Consequence of 
said Publication. | And | Many other curious Observations never 
before Published. | By Samuel Stearns, ll.d. | and Doctor of 
Physic; I Astronomer to His Majesty's Provinces of Quebec | and 
New Brunsw^ic [sic] ; | also, to the | Commonwealth of Massa- 
chusetts, I and the State of Vermont, in America. | . . . | London: | 
Sold by Mr. Parsons, No. 21, Pater-Noster-Row. 1 79 1. | {Price 
two shillmgs.) \ 8vo, pp. (4), 58, (5). aas. 90965 

The final pages contain Proposals for printing the American Oracle, and an adver- 
tisement of Doctor Stearns's Tour. 

An account of the "Shaking Quakers" of America forms pp. 43—51. 

An edition of this work listed by Evans as sold by Isaac Beers of New Haven in 
1791, was no doubt the above, as Beers was a large importer of English books. 

Stearns. The Northamerican's Almanack. See above, in the 
chronological arrangement of Stearns' Almanacs. 

Stearns. The New-England Farmer's Almanack. See above, 
under Almanacs. 

Stearns. A Short | History [ of the Treatment that | Dr. Sam- 
uel Stearns | hath met with in | Massachusetts, | since the com- 
mencement of hostilities between | Great-Britain | and her | Colo- 
nies. I Exhibiting | The Troubles he has met with, by Reason of 
his Loyalty, and the Appearance of false Evi- | dence against him. 
... I [Worcester.^ Printed [at L Thomas's Office^ in the Year 

MDCCLXXXVI. I I2m0, pp. 24. AAS., BM., NYP. 90966 

In one of the aas. copies the printer's name is supplied as above, in Thomas's own 
hand. 



STEARNS (sAMUEl). 299 

Stearns. The Universal Calendar [or Kalendar]. See above, 
in the chronological arrangement of Stearns' Almanacs. 

Stearns (Samuel), /;. 1770, d. 1834. An Address, on the re- 
turn of peace, between Great-Britain and America, delivered at 
Dracut, March 3, 18 15, by Samuel Stearns, a.m. Pastor of the 
Church in Bedford, Massachusetts. . . . Haverhill, Mass. Printed by 
Burrill and Tileston. 1815. 8vo, pp. 12. H., nyh. 90967 

Stearns. A Discourse delivered at Bedford, July 8, 181 7, at 
the Dedication of the Meeting-House. By Samuel Stearns. . . . 
Concordy Ms. Printed by J. T. Peters. 1 8 17. 8vo, pp. 23. 

AAS.j H., HEH.j NYH. 90968 

Stearns. Ministerial Fidelity illustrated and urged. A Sermon, 
delivered at Milton, February i8, 1 807. At the ordination of the 
Rev. Samuel Gile, to the pastoral care of the church and society 
in that place. By Samuel Stearns, . . . Boston: Printed by Belcher 
and Armstrong. 1 807. 8vo, pp. 40. 

AAS.j BM.j H., M., NYP., UTS. 90969 

Stearns. A Sermon, delivered at Bedford, Mass. July i, 1810. 
By Samuel Stearns . . . Being the Sabbath after the death of Mr. 
David Bacon, who was shot through the body, June 25. by Mr. 
William Merriam. . . . Andover : Galen Ware, Printer. 1 8 10. 

8vo, pp. 28. AAS._, BM., C, H., NYH. 9O97O 

Stearns. A Sermon, delivered at the funeral of Reverend 
Eliab Stone, late senior pastor of the North Church in Reading. 
September 3, 1822. By Samuel Stearns . . . Salem: Printed by 
John D. Gushing and Brothers. 1822. 8vo, pp. 32. 

BM., H., NYH. 90971 

Stearns. A Sermon, delivered at the Ordination of the Rev. 
Thomas Skelton, to the pastoral care of the Church in Foxborough. 
November 2, 1808. By Samuel Stearns . . . Charlestown, Printed 
by Jonathan Howe. 1809. 8vo, pp. 32. AAs., B., BM., nyp. 90972 

Stearns. A Sermon, preached in Boston before the Massachu- 
setts Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, May 31, 1820. 
By Samuel Stearns . . . Cambridge: Printed by Hilliard and Met- 

calj. 1820. 8V0, pp. 36. AAS., BA., BM., C, NYH., WHS. 9O973 

Stearns. A Sermon, preached in Dunstable, N. H. at the Ordi- 
nation of the Rev. Ebenezer P. Sperry, as Colleague Pastor of the 



300 STEARNS (sAMUEL H,). 

Church in that place with the Rev. Joseph Kidder, Nov. 3, 1 8 13. 
By Samuel Stearns . . . Printed by E. Boylston^ Amherst. 1 8 13. 

8vo, pp. 28. AAS._, BM., C._, H., HEH._, NYH. 9O974 

Stearns (Samuel H[oratio]). Life and Character of Rev. 
Samuel H. Stearns. See [Stearns (William Augustus)], nos. 
90986-90988. 

Stearns (Silas). A Discourse, delivered December 31, 18 16, 
at the opening of the nevi^ meeting house of the Baptist Church and 
Society in Bath. By Silas Stearns, pastor of the church. . . . Poi-t- 
land: Printed by A. ^ J. Shirley. 181 7. 8vo, pp. 11. 90975 

Title from Williamson. 

Stearns (Tho[ma]s C). Silver Wedding Memorial of Mr. 
and Mrs. Thos. C. Stearns. Boston: January 12, 1866. 8vo, 

PP- 22. NYH., Y. 90976 

Stearns (Timothy). Female Education. Address, delivered at 
the Examination of the Circleville Female Seminary, in Circleville, 
Ohio, Aug. 12, 1842. By Timothy Stearns, A.M. Kingston, Ohio. 
Circleville J Ohio: Printed by J. Case. 1842. 8vo, pp. 8. 

H. 90977 

Stearns (William). A View of the Controversy subsisting be- 
tween I Great-Britain and the American Colonies. | A | Sermon, 
Preached | at a | Fast, | in | Marlborough in Massachusetts-Bay, 
on I Thursday May 11, 1775. | Agreeable to a Recommendation 
of the I Provincial Congress, | By William Stearns, a.m. | Published 
at the Desire of the Hearers. | . . . | Watertown: \ Printed by Ben- 
jamin Edes. 1775. I 8vo, pp. 33. 

AAS., B.J C, JCB., NYH., WLC. 9O978 

Stearns [(William Augustus)]. Addresses of Rev. Drs. Stur- 
tevant and Stearns. See Sturtevant (Julian Munson). 

[Stearns.] Adjutant Stearns. ... 5oxi'o«; Massachusetts Sab- 
bath School Society, Depository No. 13 Cornhill. [Verso of title:] 
Riverside, CaTnbridge: Stereotyped and Printed by H. O. Hough- 
ton, [cof. 1862.] i6mo, pp. 160. Frontispiece portrait. 

AAS., B., C, HEH., NYP. 9O979 

A sketch of Frazar Augustus Stearns by his father. 

The copies located above have a facsimile of the signature of Frazar A. Stearns on 
the portrait, and a scriptural quotation on the title page. Another issue is without 
the signature or the quotation, c. Copies of one of the issues are located at bm., 
WHS., and y. 



STEARNS ( WILLIAM A.). 3OI 

Stearns. American Congregationalism. By Rev. W. A. 
Stearns, President of Amherst College. Boston: Congregational 
Publishing Society. [«. d.'\ i8mo, cover title, and pp. 49. 

AAS. 90980 

Stearns. A Discourse commemorative of Rev. Joseph Vaill, 
D.D., preached at his funeral in Palmer, Mass. February 25, 1869, 
by W. A. Stearns . . . Sfringfield, Mass. : Samuel Bowles and Com- 
f any y Printers. 1869. 8vo, pp. 31. 

AAS., B., C, MINNHS., NYP., Y. 9O981 

Stearns. A Discourse delivered at the funeral of Mrs. Julia R. 
Sikes, at Bedford, Mass. October 22, 185 1. By William A. Stearns, 
of Cambridge. Cambridge: Printed by J. Ford, at the Chronicle 

Office. 1852. 8vo, pp. 36. AAS., B., H., NYP., Y. 90982 

Stearns. A Discourse on Educated Manhood, preached to the 
students of Amherst College, August 7, 1 859. It being the Sabbath 
preceding the graduation of the seniors. By William A. Stearns . . . 
Sfringfield: S. Bowles ^ Comfany. 1 85 9. 8vo, pp. 22. 

AAS., B., US.BUR.EDUC, UTS. 90983 

Stearns. A Discourse on the Death of the President, Preached 
July 14, 1850, to the First Evangelical Congregational Society, 
Cambridgeport. By W. A. Stearns. Cambridge: Press of the Cam- 
bridge Chronicle. 1850. 8vo, pp. 12. 

AAS., B., C, HEH., NYH., WHS., Y. 90984 

On the death of President Zachary Taylor. 

Stearns. The Great Lamentation: a Sermon in commemora- 
tion of Daniel Webster, delivered in Cambridge, on Sunday morn- 
ing, November 21, 1852, by Rev. William A. Stearns. . . . Boston 
and Cambridge: Jam.es Munroe and Comfany. 1852. [Verso of 
title:] John Ford and Co.y Printers^ Cam,bridgefort. 8vo, pp. 45. 
Frontispiece portrait. B., c, heh., nyp., uts., whs. + Second 
edition. [Same imprint and date.] 8vo, pp. 44. Frontispiece por- 
trait. AAS., BA., BM., C, UTS., Y. 9O985 

[Stearns.] Life and Character of Rev. Samuel H. Stearns. 
Second Edition. Boston: J. A. Stearns, 2 Cornhill. md ccc xxxix. 
[Verso of title:] William, S. Da?nrell, Printer, No. ii Cornhill, 
Boston. i2mo, pp. 252. aas., b., minnhs., uts., y. 90986 

Copyrighted by W. A. Stearns. For the first edition, see the following title. 

[Stearns.] Life and Select Discourses of Rev. Samuel H. 
Stearns. Boston: Published by Josiah A. Stearns, and Whiffle fs? 



302 STEARNS ( WILLIAM A.). 

I 

I 

Damrell. mdcccxxxviii. [Verso of title:] William S. Damrell^ \ 
Printer, No. 1 1 Cornhillj Boston. 8vo, pp. 420. 1 

For the second edition, see the preceding title. BA.^ UTS., Y. 90987 

[Stearns.] Life of Rev. Samuel H. Stearns, late minister of the 
Old South Church in Boston. New Edition. Boston: James 
Munroe and Com^fany. 1846. [Verso of title:] Boston: Printed 
by Thurston, Torry and Co. 31 Devonshire Street. l2mo, pp. 

Viii, 244. C, H., NYH., Y. 90988 

Preface signed: "W. A. Stearns." 

In connection with this edition of the Life, the worlcs were issued with title: 
Address and Select Discourses of Rev. Samuel H. Stearns. New Edition. Boston: 
James Munroe and Company. 1846. [Verso of title:] Boston: Printed by Thurston, 
Torry and Co. 31 Devonshire Street. I2mo, pp. iv, 265. ba., h. Some copies of the i 
volume have the title. Life and Select Discourses, 1846, but begin with the Address 
and do not contain a life. aas. 

Stearns. The Life Work of the Teacher. An Oration by Rev. ' 
President Stearns, of Amherst College, at the Semi-Centennial An- : 
niversary of the Albany Female Academy, May 17th, 1864. : 
Boston: C. C. P. Moody, Printer, 52 Washington Street. 1 864. 

I2mO, pp. 19. AAS., C, H., NYP. 9O989 

Stearns. Necessities of the War and the Conditions of Success 
in it. A Sermon preached in the Village Church, before the College 
and the united Congregations of the town of Amherst, Mass., on 
the National Fast Day, Thursday, September 26, 1 86 1. By Rev. 
Wm. A. Stearns, . . . Am-herst, Mass.: Henry A. Marsh, Pub- 
lisher. 1 86 1. 8vo, pp. 15. B., C, HEH., MINNHS., NYH., Y. 

+ Second Edition. — For the college. [Same imprint and date.] 
Svo, pp. 23. AAS., B., c. 90990 

Stearns. Opening of Walker Hall, Amherst College, Amherst, 
Mass., Oct. 20, 1870. Address by W. A. Stearns . . . With other 
exercises. Boston: Printed by Rand, Avery, (ff Frye, 3 Cornhill. 

187I. 8vo, pp. 77. AAS., B., MINNHS., NYP. 90991 

Stearns. The Position and Mission of the Congregational 
Church. A Sermon, delivered before the Pastoral Association of 
Massachusetts, in Central Church, Boston, May 25, 1852. By 
William A. Stearns. Boston: Press of T. R. Marvin, 42 Con- 
gress Street. 1852. Svo, pp. 39. AAS., H. 90992 

Stearns. A Sermon delivered at the Dedication of the New 
Meeting-House of the First Evangelical Congregational Church 
and Society, in Cambridgeport, June 30, 1852. By William Au- 



STEARNS ( WILLIAM A.). 3O3 

gustus Stearns . . . Cambridge: Printed by John Ford and Com- 
fany. 1853. 8vo, pp. 34. AAS., B., M., nyh. 90993 

Stearns. A Sermon delivered before the Executive and Legis- 
lative Departments of the Government of Massachusetts, at the 
Annual Election, Wednesday, Jan. 6, 1864. By Wm. A. Stearns, 
D.D. Boston: Wright (s" Potter ^ State Printers, No. 4. Spring Lane. 
1864. 8vo, pp. 45. 

aas.j b., bm., c, heh., minnhs., nyp., whs., y. 90994 

Stearns. A Sermon, delivered September 16, 1835, at the Ordi- 
nation of Jonathan F. Stearns, over the First Presbyterian Church 
and Society in Newburyport, Mass. By William A. Stearns . . . 
Newbury forty Printed by W. £s? /. Gilman, No. 9, State-Street. 
[1835.] 8vo, pp. 26. AAs., ba., c, nyp. 90995 

Stearns. A Sermon on Military Institutions, preached before 
the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, June 7, 1852. By 
William A. Stearns. . . . Boston: 1 85 2. Eastburn^s Press. 8vo, 

pp. 27. AAS.j B., BM., nyp., WHS. 90996 

Stearns. A Sermon preached to the First Evangelical Congre- 
gational Church and Society, Cambridgeport, December lo, 1854, 
on the last Sabbath of his ministry in that place. By Rev. W. A. 
Stearns, d.d. Cambridge: John Ford, Chronicle Press. M DCCC LV. 

8vo, pp. 45. AAS., B., M., nyp. 90997 

Stearns. Slavery, in its Present Aspects and Relations. A Ser- 
mon preached on Fast Day, April 6, 1854, at Cambridge, Mass. 
By William A. Stearns, d.d. Boston and Cam,bridge: James 
Munroe and Company. 1854. [Colophon:] John Ford, Printer, 
Cambridgeport. 8vo, pp. 47, (l). 

AAS., B.J BM., C, NYP., Y. 90998 

Also: Addresses commemorative of the late Lieut. Enos Dickinson, delivered in 
the Church of South Amherst, January i8, 1870, by Rev. George Lyman, Pastor of 
the Church; and Rev. William A. Stearns, ... Boston: Nichols and Noyes, 117 
Was/iinglon Street. [Verso of title:] W . F. Brown and Co., Printers, No. 50 Brom- 
field Street. [1870.] l6mo, pp. 38. nyh. 

For Discourses and Addresses at the Installation and Inauguration of the Rev. 
William A. Stearns, see Amherst College, no. 1323, vol. I. First edition, aas., bm., 
MiNNHS., NYH. Second edition, m., nyh., nyp., y. 

For a criticism of Stearns' attitude toward the Cambridgeport Anti-slavery Society, 
see [Farwell (William)], no. 23902, vol. 6. aas., ba. 

Stearns (W[illia]m F.). ... Address delivered before the 
graduating class of Union Female College, at Oxford, Mississippi, 



204 STEARNS ( WILLIAM F.). 

on the 20th of June, 1856, by Prof. Wm. F. Stearns, of the Uni- 
versity of Mississippi. Oxford, Mississiffi. 1 856. Svo, pp. 24. 

NYH. 90999 

Stearns. A Prehminary Lecture, delivered before the Lavi^- 
students of the University of Mississippi, on the 14th of September, 
1857, by WilHam F. Stearns, Professor of Governmental Science 
and Law. . . . Oxford, Mississiffi. 1857. ^vo, pp. 30. 

NYH. 91000 

Stearns (Zenus B.). Study on the Havana and Russian ciga- 
rette trade of the United States of America, both as regards the im- 
ported article and that manufactured under the name of Havana 
and Russian cigarettes, in the United States, setting forth the pres- 
ent system of stamping the cigarettes under the United States inter- 
nal revenue and customs laws and regulations, the imperfections ex- 
isting in the said laws ... To the Hon. Secretary of the United States 
Treasury ... By Zenus B. Stearns . . . [Richmond, Va.: 1876.] 
Svo, pp. 8. ' c. 9 1 00 1 

Stebbing (Henry), b. 1687, d. 1763. A | Sermon | Preached 



for the 1 Propagation of the 
Anniversary Meeting | in the 



before the | Incorporated Society 

Gospel I in Foreign Parts; I at their 

Parish-Church of St. Mary-le-Bow, | On Friday, February 19, 

1 741-2. I By Henry Stebbing, d.d. | Chaplain in Ordinary to His 

Majesty, and | Chancellor of Sarum. | London: \ Printed by E. 

Owen, and Sold by J. Roberts \ in Warwick-Lane. \ MDCCXLII. | 

Svo, pp. 76. AAS., BM., H., HEH., JCB., NYP. 9IOO2 

An Abstract of the Charter and of the Proceedings of the Society, February, 1741- 
February, 1742, pp. 25-66, relates chiefly to American missions. 

A list of the members of the Society, a list of the preachers before the Society, and 
the form of a legacy, form pp. 67-76. 

Stebbing (Henry), b. 17 16, d. 17S7. A | Sermon | on the 
late I General Fast, | preached at | Gray's Inn Chapel, | On Friday 
the 13th day of December, 1776, | before the | Worshipful the 
Masters of the Bench, | of the | Honourable Society of Gray's Inn, 
and I Published at their Request. | By | Henry Stebbing, d.d. 
Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty, | and | Preacher to the Hon- 
ourable Society of Gray's Inn. | London: \ Printed for W. Flexney, 
offosite Gray's Inn Gate, Holborn. \ M DCC Lxxvi. | 4to, pp. (4), 
13. BA., BM., NYP. + Second Edition. [Same imprint, date and 
collation'.] WLC. 91003 

On p. 3: "We are soliciting Almighty God, and Imploring his intervention and 



STEBBINS (c. B.). 3O5 

blessing, speedily to deliver our loyal fellow-subjects within our colonies and prov- 
inces in North America from the violence, injustice and tyranny of those daring 
Rebels, who have assumed to themselves the exercise of arbitrary power." Title of 
the second edition supplied by Randolph G. Adams. 

According to a ms. note of Joseph Sabin, the second edition was reissued in 1777. 

Stebbins (C. B.). a Protective Tariff, a Benefit to the Labor- 
ing Man. By C. B. Stebbins. Published by request of the Whigs 
of Lenawee and Washtenaw Counties. S. P. ^ T. D. Jermahiy 
frinters, Adrian. [1845?] 8vo, pp. 16. HEH. 91004 

Caption title. A facsimile of p. i appears in McMurtrie's "Early Printing in 
Michigan," 1931, p- 197- 

[Stebbins (Daniel)]. Memoir of the Stebbins Family. [«. f. 
187—?] 8vo, cover title, and pp. 29, verso blank, leaves numbered 
30-35, versos blank, pp. 36-38. nyh. 91005 

On p. I : (Collected and compiled by Daniel Stebbins, m.d., of Northampton, Mass.) 
The Memoir was originally published in the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Reg., vol. 5, 
1851, pp. 71—78, 351—354. The above was apparently republished from the sheets of 
the first edition, with additional leaves containing information compiled by N. D. 
D. Stebbins. This was printed without his knowledge, according to a letter from him 
laid in the nyh. copy and which is dated Santa Barbara, Cal., April 14, 1880. The 
latest date mentioned in the work is August 14, 1874. The nyh. copy lacks pp. 15-16. 

[Stebbins (George Stanford)]. My Satchel and I, or Litera- 
ture on Foot. By Ikabod Izax. Illustrated by Louis A. Roberts. 
... Spring fieldy Mass: D. E. Fisk and Co7nfany. [Verso of title:] 
Weaver, Shifman &' Co., Electrotyfers and Printers, Springfield, 
Mass. [cop. 1873.] i6mo, pp. 326, including several plates. 

Attributed to Stebbins in Cushing. C, NYP. 9IOO6 

[Stebbins (Giles Badger) ] . Alliance of British Cotton Spinners 
and Slave-holding Cotton Lords to build up "Free Trade." — The 
West and North to be victims, and raise cheap food for slaves, but 
be deprived of a home market for their products. [Detroit. 187 1.] 
8vo, pp. 4. C, WHS. 91007 

Caption title. Signed: "G. B. S[tebbins]." 

[Stebbins.] . . . The American Policy — Its Benefits to the 
West. "Protection," not "British Free Trade." To Farmers, Me- 
chanics, and others in the Northwest. Tracts of the "National In- 
dustrial League." [Detroit? 1869?] 8vo, pp. 4. whs. 91008 

Caption title. With heading: "Read, and lend to your neighbor." Signed at the 
end: G. B. Stebbins. Title supplied by Iva A. Welsh. 

[Stebbins.] . . . "British Free Trade," a Delusion. To the 



3°^ STEBBINS (g. B.). 

farmers, mechanics, laborers, and all voters of the Western & North- 
Western states. [Detroit^ 1865.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

AAS., B.J C.J NYP.j WHS. 9IOO9 
Caption title With heading: "Read, and lend to your neighbor." Signed and 
dated on p 8: G. B. Stebbms. Detroit, Mich., July ist, 1865.'' For a German edi- 
tion, see the followmg title. 

[Stebbins.] . . . Englischer Freihandel ein betrug. An die 
Farmer, Handwerker, Arbeiter und alle Stimmgeber der west- 
lichen und nordwestlichen Staaten. [Detroit: Gedruckt bei A. & 
C. Marxhausen. 1865.] 8vo, pp. 8. c. 91010 

Caption title. For an English edition, see the preceding title. 

Stebbins. Facts and Opinions touching the real origin, char- 
acter, and influence of the American Colonization Society: views of 
Wilberforce, Clarkson, and others, and opinions of the free people 
of color of the United States. By G. B. Stebbins. Preface by Hon. 
William Jay. Boston: John P. Jewett and Comfany. Cleveland, 
Ohio: J ewett, Proctor, and Worthlngton. 1853. [Verso of title:] 
Stereotyfed at the Boston Stereotype Foundry. l2mo, pp. viii, 
5~2 24. AAS.j B., C.y NYP.j P., Y. 9 10 1 1 

[Stebbins] . . . The Free Trade falsehood that "a tariff is a 
tax" exposed. [Detroit? 187 1.] 8vo, pp. 8. AAs., B., C, Y. 91012 

Caption title, with heading: "Read and Circulate!" Introductory note signed and 
dated: G. B. Stebbins, Detroit, Mich., August, 1871. 

Stebbins. Scientific and Industrial Education. Its importance 
to our country. Lecture in behalf of the Toledo University of Arts 
and Trades in Odeon Hall, Toledo, Ohio, December 10, 1872. 
By G. B. Stebbins . . . Detroit: Daily Post Book and Job Printing 
Establishment. 1 872. 8vo, cover title and pp. 24. 

AAS.j H., US.BUR.EDUC. 9IOI3 

[Stebbins.] Western Campaign of the Agents of the "Ameri- 
can Free Trade League." Their Plan of Free Trade and Tariff 
for Revenue the British Plan . . . [Detroit. 1869.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

AAS., C, WHS. 9 I 014 
Caption title. Signed and dated: G. B. Stebbins, Sec'y "American Industrial 
League," Detroit, Mich., Dec. 12th, 1869. 

[Stebbins.] . . . Western Farms & Factories. Neighbors and 
Allies. Protection of our Industry. Development of ourResources. 
[n.f. 1870.] 8vo, pp. 16. c, nyp., WHS. 91015 

Caption title. With heading: "Read and Circulate." Signed and dated on p. 16, 
"G. B. Stebbins. Detroit, Mich., Sept., 1870." 

Stebbins was the author of other works published after 1876. 



STEBBINS (hEMAn), 307 

[Stebbins (Heman)]. Decision of the Supreme Judicial Court 
of Massachusetts, in a case . . . Sacramental Furniture of a Church 
in Brookfield. See Brookiield, Mass., no. 8249, vol. 2. ba. 

Caption title: . . . Heman Stebbins vs. Calvin Jennings. 

Stebbins (Henry G[eorge]). The Ability of tlie Government 
to redeem its Paper. Speech of Hon. Henry G. Stebbins, of New 
York. Delivered in the House of Representatives, March 4 [i.e. 3], 
1 864. [Colophon :] Printed by L. Towers for the Union Congres- 
sional Committee. [Washington. 1864.] 8vo, pp. 8. H. 91016 

Caption title. For other editions, see Can the Country pay the Expenses of the 
War; Finances & Resources; Sale of surplus gold; and Speech . . . March 3, 1864. 

Stebbins. Can the Country pay the Expenses of the War? 
Speech of Hon. Henry G. Stebbins, of New York. Delivered in the 
House of Representatives, March 4 [i.e., 3], 1864. [Washington: 
Union Congressional Committee. 1864.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

AAS., B., C, NYP., WHS., Y. 9 10 I 7 
Caption title. On p. 8 is a list of pamphlets which the Union Congressional Com- 
mittee proposed to publish, in which the above is included as no. 9. For other edi- 
tions, see Ability of the Government; Finances & Resources; Sale of surplus gold; 
and Speech . . . March 3, 1864. 

Stebbins. . . . Finances & Resources of the United States. Speech 
of the Hon. Henry G. Stebbins, in the House of Representatives, 
March 3, 1864. New York, April, 1864. Neiv York: Published 
by the Loyal Publication Society. 1864. 8vo, pp. 22, 

B._, C, HEH., NYP,, p., whs., Y. 9 10 I 8 
with heading: "Loyal Publication Society, 863 Broadway. No. 45." For other 
editions, see Ability of the Government; Can the Country pay the Expenses of the 
War; Sale of surplus gold; and Speech . . . March 3, 1864. 

Stebbins. Sale of surplus gold. Speech of Hon. Henry G. Steb- 
bins, of New York, delivered in the House of Representatives, 
March 4 [i.e., 3], 1864. [Colophon:] McGill & Witherow, 
Printers, 366 E Street, Washington, D. C. [1864?] 8vo, pp. 8. 

c, cu. 91019 

Caption title. For other editions, see Ability of the Government; Can the Country 
pay the Expenses of the War; Finances & Resources; and Speech . . . March 3, 1864. 

Stebbins. Speech of Hon. H. G. Stebbins, of New York, deliv- 
ered in the House of Representatives, March 3, 1864. Upon the 
resources of the Country and its present system of Finance. [Col- 
ophon:] McGill & Witherow, Prititers and Stereotyfers, 366 E 
street, Washington, D. C. [1864.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

C, H., NYP., WHS. 91020 

Caption title. For other editions, see Ability of the Government; Can the Country 
pay the Expenses of the War; Finances & Resources; and Sale of surplus gold. 



308 STEBBINS (henry G.). 

Stebbins. Speech of Hon. Henry G. Stebbins, of New York, 
on the Tax Bill Delivered in the House of Representatives, April \ 
19th, 1864. Washington: William H. Moore, Printer, 1864. 

8vo, pp. 16. C., NYH., WHS. 9 I 02 I 

Stebbins. Taxable Resources of the United States. Speech of 
the Hon. Henry G. Stebbins, of New York, in the House of Repre- 
sentatives of the United States, April 19, 1864. New York: Wm. 
C. Bryant ^ Co., Printers, 41 Nassau St., cor. Liberty. 1864. • 

8vo, pp. 27. AAS.jC. 91022.; 

Stebbins (Horatio). Oration delivered by Horatio Stebbins at! 
San Francisco, Cal. July 4, 1876. [San Francisco? 1876?] 8vo, i 

pp. (2), 12. AAS.j C, U., HEH., NYP. 9IO23 

Stebbins. The President, the People, and the War. A Thanks- 1' 
giving Discourse by Rev. Horatio Stebbins, minister of the First; 
Unitarian Society in San Francisco. San Francisco : Charles F. . 
Robbins & Co., Printers, 416 Battery Street. 1864. 8vo, pp. 22. j 

AAS._, B._, C, HEH. 9IO24 I 

Stebbins. A Ray of Light from His Countenance. A Sermon ' 
preached in the Church of the First Parish, in Portland, Me. on 
Sunday, Jan. 9, 1859, being the first Sunday after the public funeral 
ceremonies of the Rev. Ichabod Nichols, d.d. by Horatio Stebbins, 
pastor of the parish. Portland: Printed by David Tucker. 1859. 

8vo, pp. 18. AAS., B., C, NYH. 9 1025 

Stebbins (J[ane] E.). Fifty Years History of the Temperance 
Cause. Intemperance the great national curse . . . Describing the 
Process of Manufacturing Liquors . . . Historical Sketch of the vari- • 
ous means adopted for its suppression through legislation . . . Care- ! 
fully prepared from the most reliable and eminent authorities. By 
J. E. Stebbins . . . With a full description of the origin and progress 
of the new plan of labor by the women up to the present time. By ! 
T. A. H. Brown . . . Hartford: L. Stebbins ; Cincinnati, O. Henry ' 
Howe. 1874. 8vo, pp. 4, (2), 5-13, verso blank, 17-500, includ- i 
ing illustrations, advertisement (i). 3 plates not included in the ' 
pagination, c, minnhs. + Hartford, Conn: Published by J. P. ' 
Fitch. 1876. [Same collation.] aas., whs., Y. 91026 

Stebbins (John W.). The Temperance Bill. Speech of Hon. 1 
John W. Stebbins, of Monroe, in favor of the bill for the Preven- 
tion of Intemperance, Pauperism and Crime. In Assembly, Feb. : 
20,1855. [Albany. 1855.] 8vo, pp. 8. nyp., whs. 91027 { 

Caption title. j 



STEBBINS (Jonathan). 309 

[Stebbins (Jonathan)]. An | Elegy, | On the Death of | Mrs. 
Margaret Stebbins, | Who died June 16, 1744, in her 29th year. | 
Dedicated to the | Surviving Children | of the | Deceased. | Spring- 
field: I Printed by Stebbins and Russell, | mdc[c]lxxxvi. I 8vo, 

3P' 8- AAS., NYH. 91028 

Dedication signed: Jonathan Stebbins. 

Stebbins (Josiah). An | Address | to the | Senior Class | in 
7ale-College : | delivered in the Chapel, | as | a Response | to the 
l^aledictory Oration, | which closed the public performances exhibi- 
:ed by the class after their examination, | July 20, 1796. | By Josiah 
kebbins, Esquire, | a tutor of the college. | Printed at the desire of 
Jie Students. | . . . | New-Haven: Printed by T. £ff S. Green. 
_I796.] 8vo, pp. 23. AAS.,jcB., M., nyp., Y. 91029 

[Stebbins (Luke)]. A | Genealogy | Of the Family of | Mr. 
5amuel Stebbins, | and | Mrs. Hannah Stebbins, | his Wife, | From 
he Year 1707, | To the Year 1771. | With their Names, Time of 
heir Births, Marriages | and Deaths of those that are deceased. 
Hartford: \ Printed by Ebenezer Watson, for the Use of the 
descendants now living. 1771. | Svo, pp. 24. 

AAS., CHS., HSP., MINNHS., NYP., Y. 9IO3O 
^ Half title: "A Genealogical Catalogue." In a note at the foot of p. 23, Luke Steb- 
ins acknowledges himself as the compiler. The nyp. copy lacks pp. 17-24. This is 
robably the first genealogical work published in this country. Reprinted in 1879 in 
n edition of one hundred copies by the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 
in index and tabular pedigree is added In the reprint. 

[Stebbins (Maria) ] . Address to the General Convention of the 
*rotestant Episcopal Church, ... in Philadelphia, October, 1856. 
Philadelphia? 1856.] Svo, pp. 15. UTS. 91031 

Signed: Maria Stebbins. 

Stebbins. A Short Treatise on the Fulfillment of the Prophecy 
especting the Gentile Church, including the three years and a half 
ppropriated to the death of the witnesses, preparatory to a full his- 
Dry of the work at a future day. By Maria Stebbins. . . . New York : 
American Church Press Co., Printers, III East Ninth Street. 1 87 1 . 
vo, pp. 28. NYH., NYP. 91032 

[Stebbins] {Mrs. Mary E[lizabeth Moore] Hewitt). The 
Jem of the Western World, for 1 85 1 . Edited by Mary E. Hewitt. 
hw York, Cornish, Lamport & Co. [cop. 1851.] l2mo, pp. 
20. 9 plates. B., ba.j u.wis. 91033 

Improved title of no. 26848, vol. 7. 
VOL. XXIII. 20 



310 STEBBINS (m. E. M. H.). 

[Stebbins.] Laurel Leaves: a Chaplet woven by the Friends 
of the late Mrs. Osgood. Edited by Mary E. Hewitt . . . New Yorky 
Lamfort,Blakeman& Law. 1854. 8vo, pp. 347. Added engraved 
title page. Frontispiece. c. 91034 

Originally published as "The Memorial," see below. 

[Stebbins.] The Memorial: written by Friends of the Late 
Mrs. Osgood and edited by Mary E. Hewitt. With illustrations en- 
graved on steel, by J. Cheney, J. Halpin, J. I. Pease, and H. Beck- 
with. New-York: George P. Putnam, 1 55 Broadway. 1 85 1. 
8vo, pp. 346. Added engraved title page, 3 portraits, and plate. 

Improved title of no. 31643, vol. 8. AAS., BU. 9IO35 

For a later edition, see above, Laurel Leaves. 

[Stebbins.] Poems: sacred, passionate, and legendary. B3 
Mary E. Hewitt. New-York, Lamfort, Blakeman & Lazu. 1854 
l2mo, pp. 196. BU., c. 9103^ 

[Stebbins.] The Songs of our Land. See Hewitt {Mrs. Mar] 
Elizabeth), note following no. 31643, vol. 8. b., c, h. 

Stebbins (Rufus P[hineas]). Academic Culture: an Oratioi 
delivered before the Alleghany and Philo-Franklin Literary Socie 
ties of Alleghany College, Meadville, Pa., July I, 185 I. By Rufu 
P. Stebbins, President of the Meadville Theological School. . . 
Boston: Printed by John Wilson £s? Son, 22, School Street. 1851 
8vo, pp. 37. B., H. 9103' 

Stebbins. An Address delivered before the Peace Society of Am 
herstCollege, July 4, 1838. By Rev. Rufus P. Stebbins. Amherst 
Published by J. S. & C. Adams. 1838. 8vo, pp. 29, ( I ) . 

BM., C, HEH., M., NYP. 9IO3 
Cover title: Rev. R. P. Stebbins' Peace Address. \ 

Stebbins. Address on the Subject of Peace, delivered at thj 
Odeon, on Sabbath evening, February 7, 1836. On the Annivei 
sary of the Bowdoin Street Young Men's Peace Society, by Rufij 
P. Stebbins, of Divinity College, Cambridge. . . . With an Apperi 
dix, containing their Annual Report, notices of other societies, &<! 
Boston: Published by William Peirce. 1 836. [Verso of title: 
William S. Damrell, Printer, 39 Washington Street. 8vo, pp. 3; 

AAS., B., BM., NYP., Y. 9IO3I 

Stebbins. A Centennial Discourse delivered to the First Congrij 
gational Church and Society in Leominster, September 24, i84;| 
it being the completion of a century since the organization of sa:j 



STEBBINS (r. P.). 311 

church. With an Appendix. By Rufus P. Stebbins, minister of the 
First Congregational Society in Leominster. . . . Boston: Charles 
C. Little andJames Brown. MDCCCXLiii. [Verso of title:] Boston: 
Printed by Freeman and Bolles, Washington Street. 8vo, pp. (4), 

112. AAS., B., C, MINN.HS., NYP., WHS. 9IO4O 

Stebbins. An Historical Address, delivered at the Centennial 
Celebration of the incorporation of the town of Wilbraham, June 
15, 1863. By Rufus P. Stebbins, d.d. With an Appendix. Boston: 
George C. Rand & Avery, Printers, 3 Cornhill. 1 864. 8vo, pp. 
(5), 5-262, 261-317, errata (i). 5 plates. 

AAS., B,, BM., C, HSP., MINN.HS., NYP., WHS., Y. 9IO4I 

Stebbins. Importance of Scientific Studies. An address deliv- 
ered before the Institute of Natural History in the Meadville Acad- 
emy, November 6, 1855. By Rufus P. Stebbins . . . Meadville, Pa.: 
E. Michell, Printer. 1856. 8vo, pp. 16. 6.^0.91042 

Stebbins. A Letter respecting a Work, entitled "Christ Cruci- 
fied: by Geo. W. Clarke." Addressed to a parishioner. By Rufus 
P. Stebbins. Boston: Printed by John Wilson, 21, School Street. 
1849. l2mo, pp. 32. AAs.^B. 91043 

A reply to criticism of Unitarian interpretation of the Scriptures, etc. 

Stebbins, . . . Meadville Theological School. A Report to the 
Executive Committee of the American Unitarian Association. By 
Rev. Rufus P. Stebbins. Printed for the American Unitarian Asso- 
;iation. Boston: James Munroe ^ Co., 134 Washington Street. 
4ugust, 1845. • • • [Verso of title:] Boston: Printed by Thurston, 
Torry & Em,erson, 31, Devonshire Street. l2mo, pp. 16. 

AAS.j B., C, NYP., UTS. 9IO44 
With heading: "ist Series. No. 217 [of Tracts printed for the American Uni- 
arian Association.]" On p. 3: "Having been called by you to preside over the Theo- 
ogical School recently established at Meadville, Penn., I embrace this opportunity 
make my First Annual Report, of the necessity, the condition, and prospects of the 
khool." 

Stebbins. A Memorial Address, delivered in Library Hall, 
[anuary nth, 1875, "Founder's Day." In commemoration of the 
ife and character of Ezra Cornell, Founder of the Cornell Uni- 
versity. By Rufus P. Stebbins, Pastor of the First Unitarian Church. 
]thaca: At the University Press. 1875. 8vo, pp. 34. 

C, H., nyp. 91045 

Stebbins. The Minister and the Age. A sermon preached at 
[he ordination of Rev. Frederick R. Newell, as an evangelist, in the 



312 STEBBINS (r. P.). 

meeting-house of the Cambridge-Port parish, August i, 1847. By 
Rev. Rufus P. Stebbins, of Meadville, Perm. . . . Boston: James 
Munroe and Comfany. 1847. [Verso of title:] Boston: Press 
of Thurston, Torry and Co. 31 Devonshire Street. 8vo, pp. 24. 

B., BM., C, NYP.j WHS., Y. 9IO46 

Stebbins. . . . Peace Will Triumph. Address before the Ameri- 
can Peace Society, at its twenty-ninth anniversary, held in Boston, 
May 25, 1857. -^y Rufus P. Stebbins, d.d. Boston: American 
Peace Society. 21 Cornhill. 1857. S.ChisTn. — Franklin Printing 
House, Hawley Street, cor. Franklin, Boston. 8vo, cover title and> 
pp. 289-320. AAS., P.J UTS. + [Same imprint and date.] 8vo, 
cover title, and pp. 32. B., c, nyp. 91 047 

The first issue has the heading, "The Advocate of Peace," and forms the number i 
of that journal for July— August, 1857. 

Stebbins. A Sermon preached to the First Congregational So- 
ciety in Leominster, July 22, 1849. ^y Rufus P. Stebbins. ... 
Boston: Printed by John Wilson, 21, School Street. 1 849. 8vo, f 

pp. 20. AAS. 91048 

Stebbins. Two Sermons preached before the First Congrega- 
tional Church and Society in Leominster, September 15, 1844. By 
Rufus P. Stebbins . . . Boston: Printed by Freeman and Bolles. 

MDCCCXLIV. 8vo, pp. 28. AAS., B., BM., C, WHS., Y. 91049 

Sermons preached at the time of his resignation from the pastorate. 
See also: Stebbins' Discourse printed with Thomas Hill's "Address at the Funeral 
of Rev. Samuel Abbot Smith," 1865, entered in note on no. 31864, vol. 8. b., m. 

Stebbins (Seymour L.). Oration delivered at the celebration 
of the anniversary of Our National Independence, at Rondout, 
N. Y., by Seymour L. Stebbins, Esq., July 4, 1865. . . . New-York: 
John A. Gray ^ Green, Printers, Nos. 16 and 18 Jacob Street. 

1865. 8vo, pp. 16. NYH., UTS. 91050 

Stebbins (Stephen W[illiams] ). God's Government of the 
Church and World, the Source of Great Consolidation and Joy: 
illustrated in a Sermon preached at Hartford, May 9. 1 8 1 1. Before 
the General Assembly of the State of Connecticut, at the Anniver- 
sary Election. By Stephen W. Stebbins, a.m. pastor of the First 
Church at Stratford. Hartford: Printed by Hudson and Goodwin. 

181 I. 8vo, pp. 31. AAS., BA., BM., C, nyp., WHS., Y. 9IO5I 

Half title: Mr. Stebbins's Election Sermon, May 9, 181 1. 

Stebbins (Sumner). Address in Refutation of the Thomsonian 
System of Medical Practice. Delivered in the lecture room of the' 



I 

I STEBBINS (sUMNEr). 3I0 

: Chester Co. Cabinet of Natural Science, West Chester, Pa, on 
December 31, 1836. By Sumner Stebbins, m.d. West' Chester y 

I Pa. 1837. I2mO, pp. 47. AML.,HEH.,NYH. 91052 

i Stebbins. . . . Fruits of the Liquor Traffic, and the Results of 

; Prohibition. By Sumner Stebbins, m.d. New York: National Tem- 

ferance Society and Publication House ^ No. 172 William Street. 

1868. i2mo, cover title and pp. 24. b., nyam., nyp. + [Same 

imprint and collation, n. d.^ uxs. whs. Qio«;-3 

. With heading: "Prize Essay." On p. 24: "Published for the Right Worthy Grand 
I Lodge of Good Templars ..." 

Stebbins. The Root of the Evil by Dr. S. Stebbins. A Tract. 
\ Published and Distributed by the "Good Templars" of Chester 
\County, Pa. [18—.?] 8vo, pp. 4. aas., nyp. 91054 

, Caption title. 

i Stedman (A. ].). Murder & Mystery. History of the Life and 
Death of John W. Stephens, State Senator of North Carolina, from 
I Caswell County. By A. J. Stedman, Editor of the "Old Consti- 
;tution," Danbury, N. C. [Verso of title:] "Patriot" Print, Green- 
^boro,N. C.,iSjo. i2mo, pp. 40. heh., nyh., p. 91055 

Stedman (Charles). Carl Stedman's | Geschichte | des | Ur- 
sprungs, des Fortgangs und der Beendigung | des | Americanischen 
Kriegs. I Aus dem Englischen iibersetzt und mit Anmerkungen I 
begleitet | von J Julius August Remer | Professor in Helmstedt. | 
. . . I Berlin, \ in der Vossischen Buchhandlung. \ 1795. | 2 vols., 
18 vo, pp. (10), 3-504, folded map and folded plan; (2), 564' 
folded plan. c., H., JCB., nyp. 91056 

Pp. 231 and 247 in vol. 2 are misnumbered 331 and 249 respectively. 

Stedman. The | History | of the | Origin, Progress, and Ter- 
:mination | of the | American War. | By C. Stedman, | who served 
under Sir W. Howe, | Sir H. Clinton, and | the Marquis Corn- 
walhs. I In two volumes. | . . . | London: \ Printed jor the Author; 
ind sold by J. Murray, Fleet-street; J. Debrett, Piccadilly; and 
7. Kerby, corner of Wigmore-Street, Cavendish-Square. \ 1794. 
;2 vols., 4to, pp. XV, 399, 3 folded maps and 4 plans, three-o^which 
lire folded; xv, 449, index (13), 8 plans, five of which are folded. 
l3., bm., c, heh., hsp., jcb., minnhs., nyp., wlc, y. + Dub- 
\m: I Printed for Messrs. P. Wogan, P. Byrne, J. Moore, \ and 
W. Jones. I 1794. I 2 vols., 8vo, pp. xi, 446, folded map; (2), 
/-xix, 502, index (26), folded map. 

j AAS., bm., C, H., HEH., JCB., MINNHS., NYP. 9IO57 

, Stedman's History is generally considered the best contemporary account of the 




314 STEDMAN (cHARLEs). ] 

I 
Revolution written from the British side. See "The Royal Commission on the Losses ; 
and Services of American Loyalists," 1915, edited by H. E. Egerton, p. 344; Chan- | 
ning, vol. 3, 1918, p. 240; and Winsor, vol. 6, p. 518. As some authorities give , 
William Thomson as the author of the work, the following notes may be of interest, j 
The author was apparently the American loyalist, who was born in Philadelphia, ] 
served as Commissary of Prisoners under Howe, etc., was retired as colonel on half- ; 
pay, was appointed to examine the claims of American loyalists, and died when j 
deputy-comptroller of the Stamp-office in June, 18 12. A memorial from him to Sir | 
Henry Clinton, in about December, 1779, is in the Clinton Papers, now the property ■ 
of William L. Clements, according to his librarian, Jane Clark. The obituary notice 1 
of Stedman in the "Gentleman's Magazine," 1812, pt. 2, p. 91, mentions his author- j 
ship of the History. The sketch in Diet. Nat. Biog. is based chiefly on the "Memoir I 
of the Family of Barton, continued through that of Stedman" by the historian's son, j 
John Stedman, privately printed in 1857, and throws no doubt on his authorship. | 
Probably on the authority of Lowndes' statement that the work was compiled by j 
William Thomson, ll.d., the entries in the British Museum Catalogue under Thorn- ; 
son, in Cushing, and in Halkett and Laing, suggest that Thomson and not Stedman 1 
was the author of the work. However, the sketch of the former writer in Diet. Nat. , 
Biog. does not mention the History, and does note that Thomson edited John G. j 
Stedman's "Narrative" of an expedition against the revolted negroes of Surinam, j 
As in Lowndes the latter title follows immediately after Charles Stedman's History, ] 
it seems possible that by a typographical error the notes on the two titles were ! 
confused. 

Apparently Sir Henry Clinton did not doubt Stedman's authorship. His copy of ! 
the London edition, now jcb., contains his ms. notes, many of which he published , 
later in his "Obervations on Mr. Stedman's History," our no. 13753. vol. 4- In some ' 
of these, Clinton refers to the author as "Mr. Stedman." Information from L. C. ■: 
Wroth. The ms. notes have been copied into one of the sets of the History at nyp. | 
In both editions there are slight errors in the pagination which do not affect the i 
total. The title of vol. 2 of the Dublin edition has a variation in the lining off. | 

The "Plan of the Action at Bunker Hill" in the London edition was printed from 
the same plate as an undated map with the title: "A Plan of the Action at Bunkers : 
Hill ... by Lieu! Page of the Engineers . . . from an Actual Survey by Capt^ Mon-i 
tresor." According to Frothingham in Mass. Hist. Soc. "Proceedings" for 1 875-! 
1876, p. 56, this had been published in 1777. In Stedman's map the title is altered' 
slightly and the names of Page and Montresor are omitted. In both of these maps a; 
smaller plan covering part of the same region is pasted at the edge of the larger one, 
is marked No. I, and falls on the corresponding part of the latter which is called. 
No. 2. This is to bring out changes in the military works, etc. j 

Dublin editions of 1 795 and 1796, are listed in the Rice Catalogue, and an early; 
American auction catalogue, respectively. A clipping of the latter was filed byj 
Joseph Sabin without identification. Both these editions are doubtful. I 

[Stedman (Charles J.) ] . The Russian Ball or The Adventuresj 
of Miss Clementina Shoddy, a humorous description in verse, by a| 
New York editor. New York, Carleton, Publisher, 413 Broadway.] 

M DCCC LXIII. I2mO, pp. 32. C, NYP. 91058 

Attributed to Stedman in the "American Literary Gazette and Publishers Circular,' 
vol. 2, 1863, p. 96. I 

Stedman (Ebenezer). Catalogue of Sea-Books, Charts, Pilots.! 
&c. for sale by Ebenezer Stedman, at the Newburyport Bookstore.j 
Sign of the Bible & Quadrant, No. 6, State-Street, Newburyport,! 
... [Dated] Sept. 1804. [Newburyfort. 1804.] Folio broadside.. 

B. 9105CI 



STEDMAN (e. c). 315 

Stedman (Edmund C[larence]). Alice of Monmouth. An 
idyl of the great war with other poems. By Edmund C. Stedman. 
NeiuYork: Carleton, Publisher, 4.1^ Broadway. London: Samp- 
son Low, Son and Company. M.DCCCLxiv. [Verso of title:] Riv- 
erside, Cambridge: Stereotyped and printed by H. O. Houghton. 

l6mO, pp. 151. AAS., B., EM., BU., C, HEH., NYP., Y. 9I060 

The collation includes the blank recto of an advertisement of Stedman's Poems 
which faces the title. 

The work was reissued several times, the fourth edition appearing in 1869, pub- 
lished by Fields, Osgood & Co. of Boston. 

Stedman. The Battle of Bull Run. By Edmund C. Stedman, 
Army Correspondent of the New York World. New York: Rudd 
(^ Carleton, 130 Grand Street. M DCCC Lxi. [Verso of title:] 
R. Craighead, Printer, Stereotyper, and Electrotyper. Caxton 
Building, 81, 83, and 85 Centre Street. i2mo, pp. (6), 9-42, 

(l). AAS., B., C, NYP., UP. 91061 

On cover: "Copyright Edition." On p. 9: (From the New York World, Wednes- 
day, July 23, 1861.) 

Stedman. Octavius Brooks Frothingham and the New Faith. 
By Edmund C. Stedman. New York: G. P. Putnam^s Sons, 182 
fifth Avenue. 1876. i2mo, pp. 50, (2). Frontispiece portrait. 

AAS., BM., C, NYP. 9IO62 

Stedman. Poems, Lyrical and Idyllic. By Edmund Clarence 
Stedman. New York: Charles Scribner, 124. Grand Street, i860. 
[Verso of title:] R. Craighead, Printer, Stereotyper, and Electro- 
typer, Caxton Building, 81, 83, and 85 Centre Street. i2mo, pp. 

196. AAS., BM., BU., C, NYH., Y. 91063 

Several of the poems deal with American subjects. Reissued several times, the 
fourth edition being published by Fields, Osgood, & Co. Boston, 1869. 

Stedman. The Poetical Works of Edmund Clarence Stedman. 
Complete Edition. Boston: James R. Osgood and C ompany , late 
Ticknor &' Fields, and Fields, Osgood, &* Co. 1 873. [Verso of 
title:] Univeisity Press: Welch, Bigelow, ^ Co., Cam-bridge. 
i2mo, pp. xii, 342, including frontispiece, aas., bm., c, nyh., nyp., 
P., UTEX. + [Same title imprint.] 1874. l2mo, pp. xii, 342, 
(2), including frontispiece. Y. 9 1 064 

Many of the poems have American interest. Title of the 1874 edition supplied by 
Anne S. Pratt. 

Stedman. The Prince's Ball. A Brochure. From "Vanity 
Fair." By Edmund C. Stedman, author of "The Diamond Wed- 
ding," "Lyrics and Idyls," etc. With Illustrations by Stephens. 



3l6 STEDMAN (e. c). 

New York: Rudd ^ Carleton, 130 Grand Streety (^Brooks Build- 
ing, Cor. of Broadway). M Dccc Lx. [Verso of title:] R. Craig- 
head, Printer, Stereotyfer, and Electrotyfer, Caxton Building, 8 1, 
83, and 85 Centre Street. i2mo, pp. 63, including illustrations. 

AAS., BM., BU., NYP,, UTEX., Y. 91065 

Satirical verses relating to the ball given for the Prince of Wales, Oct. 12, i860, 
during his stay In New York. 

[Stedman.] a Reconstruction Letter. New-York. Privately 
'printed. 1 866. [ Verso of title:] Bradstreet Press. 8vo, pp. 13. 

AAS., B., C, HEH., NYP. 91066 

On verso of title: "One Hundred Copies, Octavo." Heading of p. i: "From the 
'Tribune,' Sept. 3d [i.e. 8th], 1866." 

According to the Menzies Catalogue, the total number of copies was 130. 

Verses addressed to the Hon. Th[u]rlow W[ee]d. For attribution, see Stedman's 
letter to Bayard Taylor, in the "Life and Letters" of Stedman, 19 10, vol. I, p. 398, 
where it is stated that the appearance in the Tribune was delayed several days. 

Reprinted in "Magazine of History . . . Extra Number — No. 50," 1916. A ms. 
"Key" to Stedman's 'Reconstruction Letter.' 1866" is mounted on an end paper of 
the HEH. copy. 

Stedman. Rip Van Winkle and his Wonderful Nap. By Ed- 
mund Clarence Stedman. With illustrations by Sol. Eytinge, Jr., 
Engraved and Printed in Colors by Bobbett, Hooper, & Co. Bos- 
ton: Fields, Osgood, ^ Co. 1 870. [Verso of title:] Welch, 
Bigelozu, &' Co. University Press. 4to, pp. 8. 4 plates. 

AAS., BM.j BU., C, H., NYH. 91067 

There are three issues with title page as above: 

1. With the cover title: The Uncle Sam Series for American Children. Rip Van 
Winkle's Nap. Ticknor & Fields. Boston, nyh. 

2. Bound with four other poems, with the cover title: Brave Ballads for American 
Children by Popular Authors. The Famous Discoverer. The Wonderful Sleeper. 
The Brave Patriot. The Good President. Richly Illustrated with Sixteen Full Page 
Pictures. Boston: Fields, Osgood & Co. This issue has no imprint on verso of 
title. AAS. 

3. Cover title as in the preceding issue, but with the imprint: Boston: A. W. 
Levering, nyh. 

The above list of Stedman's writings contains only early editions of those publi- 
cations which have special American interest. For other works, and those of histor- 
ical interest published after 1876, see Stedman and Gould's "Life and Letters of 
Edmund Clarence Stedman," 19 10, vol. 2, pp. 613—654. 

Stedman (J[ames] O.). Address delivered in the Presbyterian 
Church, at Tuscumbia, Ala., May 13, 1841, on occasion of the 
funeral of Mrs. Lucinda Stoddard, by Rev. J. O. Stedman. Tus- 
cumbia, Messenger ^ Rollston, Printers: 1 84 1. 8vo, pp. 14. 

NYP. 91 

Stedman. An Address, delivered in the Presbyterian Church, 
at Wilmington, N. C, on Sabbath, July 4th, 1847, ^Y R^^- J- ^' 



STEDMAN (j. S,). 



317 



. Stedman. Wilmington: Thomas Loving, book and job frinter. 
\ 1847- 8vo, pp. 26. p. 91069 

j Stedman (James S.). The Fatal Effects of Vicious Company; 
I being an authentic narrative of the h'fe of James S. Stedman. Also 
I an Extract from the Memoirs of Stephen B. Stedman. Washing- 
\ton,0. 1832. i2mo. 91070 

I Title from an early ms. slip prepared for the Dictionary. A copy is listed in the 
Drake Catalogue, 1876, no. 8873. 

1^ Stedman (John [Gabriel]). Captain Johan Stedmans dagbok 
ofwer sina falttag i Surinam, jamte beskrifning om detta nybygges 
^inwanare och ofriga markwardigheter Sammandrag. Stockholm: 
I Tryckt i Kongl. Or dens boktryckeriet hos J. Pjeijfer. 1 800. 1 2mo, 
!pp. (6), 306, (14). c. 91071 

; An abridged Swedish translation, by Samuel L. Odmann, of the Narrative, below. 

Stedman. Curious Adventures of Captain Stedman, during an 
Expedition to Surinam, in 1773; including the struggles of the 
negroes, and the barbarities of the planters, Dreadful Executions, 
Ithe manner of selling slaves, mutiny of sailors, soldiers, &c. and vari- 
ous other interesting articles. London: Printed for Thomas Tegg, 
III, Cheafside. ... [1809.?] [Verso of title:] T. Plummer 
Printer, Teething-Lane. Tozver-Street, London. 8vo, pp. (2), 
7-28. Folded frontispiece. nyp. y. 91072 

The frontispiece is dated July 8, 1809. 
Based on Stedman's narrative. 

Stedman. I. G. Stedmann's | Reisen in Surinam | fur die Ju- 
gend bearbeitet | von | M. Chr. Schulz. | Neue Auflage | mit V 
illuminirten Kupfertafeln. | Berlin, in der Schuffelschen Buchhand- 
lung. I [1799.] 8vo, engraved title page and pp. xii, 180. 4 plates. 

"Vorbericht" dated: Berlin, im Herbstmond 1799. CU., JCB. 9IO73 

Stedman. Joanna; or, the Female Slave. A West Indian tale, 
founded on Stedman's Narrative of an Expedition against the re- 
volted Negroes of Surinam. Lon^ow. 1824. i2mo. 

BM, 91074 

Stedman. Narrative, | of a five years' expedition, against the 
Revolted Negroes of Surinam, | in Guiana, on the wild coast of 
South America; | from the year 1772, to 1777:! elucidating the 
History of that Country, and | describing its Productions, Viz. | 
Quadrupedes, Birds, Fishes, Reptiles, Trees, Shrubs, Fruits, & 
Roots; I with an account of the Indians of Guiana, & Negroes of 



if J 4 







Sli^ 



3l8 STEDMAN (jOHN G.). j 

I 
I 

Guinea. | By Capt"? J, G. Stedman. | Illustrated with 8o elegant ' 
Engravings, from drawings made by the Author. | . . . | London. 
Printed for J. Johnson, S^ PauPs Church Yard, £s? /. Edwards, < 
Pall Mall. ij:p^krr\'2 vols., 4to, engraved title page and pp. xviii, | 
14, *ii-i4*, 15-30, *29-3o*, 3i-276,_ *275-276*, 277-407,! 
verso blank, (7), 38 plates one of which is folded, 2 plans, and 2 | 
folded maps; engraved title page and pp. iv, 404, (7), 37 plates, | 
I portrait, and 2 plans one of which is folded, b., bm., c._, heh., | 
JCB., NYP., P., Y. + Second Edition corrected. London. Printed \ 
for J. Johnson, S^. PauFs Church Yard, &? Th. Payne, Pall Mall. ] 
1806. [Colophon:] Luke Hansard, 'printer, near Lincoln^ s-lnn\ 
Fields. 2 vols., 4to, engraved title page and pp. xviii, 423, verso! 
blank, (4), 37 plates one of which is folded, 2 plans, and 2 folded 1 
maps; engraved title page and pp. iv, 419, (5), 37 plates, I portrait,;! 
and 2 plans one of which is folded, b., bm., JCB., nyp., peab., y. 'i 
+ Second Edition corrected. [Same imprint and collation.] 1 8 13. j 

AAS., BM., C, JCB., NYP. 9IO75 ' 

According to the sketch of William Thomson, 1746— 1817, in Diet. Nat. Biog. ! 
Stedman's work was edited by him. 

Stedman. Narrative of Joanna; an Emancipated Slave, of Suri- i 
nam. (From Stedman's Narrative of a Five Year's Expedition j 
against the Revolted Negroes of Surinam.) Boston: Published by\ 
Isaac Knaff, 25, Cornhill. 1 838. 1 8mo, pp. 64, list of anti-slavery 
works (8). Frontispiece portrait and 4 plates. C._,H. 91076: 

This extract is reprinted from that in Mrs. L. M. Child's "Oasis," 1834, and con- i 
tains her introductory and concluding notes, and the same portrait. 1 

Stedman. Reise naar Surinamen, en door de binnenste gedeel- i 
ten van Guiana. Uit het Engelsch vertaald. Amsterdam. 17991 
[—1800.] 4 vols. Plates and maps. 91077} 

Title from a clipping from an unidentified bookseller's catalogue. i 

I 

Stedman. Reize naar Suriname en door de binnenste gedeeltenj 
van Guiana naar het Engelsch. Amsterdam. 1 80 1. 4 vols, 8vo.j 
Plates and map. 91078 

Title from the Muller Catalogue, 1872-5, no. 1489. ] 

Stedman. Stedmans | Nachrichten von Suriname, | dem | letz-] 
ten Aufruhr | der | vortigen Negersclaven [ und ihrer Bezwingung 
in den | Jahren 1772. bis 1777. | Auszugsweise iibersetzt | von 
M. C. Sprengel. | Halle, | in der Rengerschen Buchhandlung. 
1797. I 2 vols, in one, i2mo, pp. 279, (i) ; 222. JOB. 91079 

Title supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. Pp. 81-96 of the first part are lacking in 
the JCB. copy. Also issued as vols. 8 and 9, 1797, of Sprengel's "Auswahl der besten 
auslandlschen geographischen und statistischen nachrichten." hisp.soc.amer. 



STEDMAN (jOHN G.). 319 

Stedman. Stedman's | Nachrichten von Surinam | und von 
seiner | Expedition gegen die rebellischen Neger | in dieser Kolonie | 
in den Jahren 1772 bis 1777. | Ein Auszug aus dem Englischen 
Original. | Mit einer Karte und Kupfern. | Mit allergnadigsten 
Freiheiten. | Hamburg, 1797. | bet Benjamin Gotttlob Hoffmann. | 
8vo, pp. (4), iii-xiv, 522, "druckfehler" (i). 7 plates and folded 
map. JCB., NYP. 91080 

Forms vol. 8 of "Neuere Geschlchte der See-und Land-Reisen." 
Pp. viii and ix are misnumbered iiiv and xi, respectively. 

Stedman. Viaggio al Surinam e nell' Interno della Guiana ossia 
Relazione di cinque Anni di Corse e di Osservazioni fatte in questo 
interessante e poco conosciuto Paese dal Capitano Stedman Versione 
dal francese del Cav. Borghi corredata del Ritratto dell' Autore ; di 
una Carta geografica, di rami colorati, ed accresciuta di note e di 
un supplemento del Traduttore sulle altre parti della Guiana, ne 
visitate, ne descritte dal sig. Stedman. . . . Milano dalla Tifografia 
di Giambattista Sonzogno 18 18. 4 vols., i2mo, pp. xix, (i), 275, 
(l), 6 plates, folded map; 275, (i), 4 plates; 278, (i), 4 plates; 
259' (0' 3 plates. JCB. 91081 

The JCB. copy lacks one plate in vol. i, and two plates in vol. 3. Title supplied by 
Catherine C. Quinn. 

Stedman. Voyage a Surinam et dans I'interieur de la Guyane 
. . . par le capitaine J. G. Stedman, traduit de I'anglais par P. F. 
Henry. Suivi du tableau de la colonic frangais de Cayenne . . . 
Paris: F. Buisson, an VI \^i.e. 1797 or 1798]. 3 vols., 8vo. Atlas 
in 4to. BIB. NAT. 91082 

The BIB. NAT. catalogue also lists the prospectus of the work. 

Stedman. Voyage | a Surinam | et dans I'interieur | de la 
Guiane, | contenant | La Relation de cinq Annees de Courses et 
d'Obser- | vations faites dans cette Contree interessante et | peu 
connue; | Avec des details sur les Indiens de la Guiane et les | 
Negres; | Par le Capitaine J. G. Stedman; | traduit de 1' Anglais 
par P. F. Henry: | Suivi du Tableau de la Colonic Frangaise de 
Cayenne. | Avec une Collection de 44 Planches in-40., gravees en 
taille-douce, | contenant des Vucs, Marines, Cartes Geographiques, 
Plans, I Portraits, Costumes, Animaux, Plantes, etc. dessines sur 
les lieux | par J. G. Stedman. | . . . | /^ Paris, \ Chez F. Buisson, 
Imfrimeur-Libraire, rue Hautejcuille, n°. 20. | An VII de la Refuh- 
lique. [i.e. 1798 or 1799]. | 3 vols., l2mo, pp. (4), viii, 410; (4), 
440; (4), 506, errata (i). Atlas in 4to. 

BIB. NAT., BM., JCB. 9I083 

The accompanying atlas contains 44 numbered plates, four of which are folded. 



320 STEDMAN (jOHN G.). 

Information supplied by Catherine C. Quinn, who states that the jcb. copy lacks six 
of the plates. 

For an extract from this work, see Daniel Lescallier's "Notions sur la culture des 
Terres basses dans la Guiane," [1799]. 

A Paris edition of 1800, 3 vols, and atlas with 44 plates, is listed in the Muller 
Catalogue, 1872-5, no. 1488. 

Stedman. Voyage a Surinam et dans I'Interieur de la Guiane. 
Lausanne. 1799. 3 vols., 4to. Atlas of plates. 91084 

Title from Puttick and Simpson's "Bibliotheca Mejicana," 1869, no. 2827. 

Stedman (John W.), comf. The Norwich Jubilee. See Nor- 
wich, no. 55926, vol. 13. AAS., B., EM., C, HEH., MINNHS., NYP., 
WHS., Y. 

Stedman. . . . Stedman's Directory of the City and Town of 
Norwich. Compiled, printed and published by John W. Stedman. 
Norwichy Conn.: 1 86 1. i2mo, pp. 153. 2 folded maps. Con- 
tinued. NYP. 91085 

With heading: "No. i. 1861." Several pages of advertisements are interspersed 
throughout the text. See also Norwich, no. 55925, vol. 13. 

[Stedman (Thomas)], ed. Letters | to | A Young Clergy- 
man, I from the late | Reverend Mr. Job Orton. | . . . | Boston: \ 
Printed by Manning i^ Lor'mgy \ For James White, at Franklin's 
Heady I Court-Street. \ MDCCXCiv. | i2mo, pp. 120. 

AAS., BA., C, JCB., M., NYP. 91086 

Reprinted from an English work first published in Shrewsbury in 1791. bm. 
An introductory letter signed and dated, Thomas Stedman, Shrewsbury, April 
1 79 1, states that this volume has been compiled as a memorial to Orton. 

Steece (Tecumseh). A Republican Military System. By Te- 
cumseh Steece, Lieutenant U. S. Navy. New-York: John A. 
Gray &" Green, Printers, Stereotyfers, and Binders, Fire-froof 
Buildings, Corner of Frankfort and Jacob streets. 1863. 8vo, 

pp.39. BA., H., NYH., Y. 91087 

Steedman [(James B.)] The Freedmen's Bureau. Reports 
of Generals Steedman and Fullerton on the Condition of the Freed- 
men's Bureau in the Southern States. [Washington? 1 866.] 8vo, 
pp. 16. B. 91088 

Caption title. Dated on p. i: "Wilmington, N. C, May 8, 1866," and signed at 
end: "James B. Steedman, Major General. J. S. Fullerton, Brevet Brig. General." 

[Steel (David)]. The | Duties | payable upon Importation of 
Goods into | the United States of America, | Whether in American 
or Foreip-n Vessels: I together with I An Abstract of the Revenue 
Laws of America, and Directions for the Custom-House Business 



STEEL (dAVId). -721 

there. | To which are added, | A List of the Officers of the Customs 
in the several | Districts and Ports: | A List of Ports where Vessels 
are permitted to enter: | The Fees payable to the Custom-House 
Officers: | The established Coins of the United States: | The Rate 
of Foreign Coins for estimating the Duties; I A Table of the Value 
and Weight of Foreign Coins, as they pass in | the respective States: | 
A Table shewing the Cents, and Parts of Cents, in any Number of 
Shillings, less than a | Dollar, in the Currencies of the different 
States: | and | A Table shewing the Value of Dollars, from i to 
10,000, in the | Currencies of the diflFerent States. | London: \ 
Printed for D. Steely at his Navigation-Warehouse, No. I, Union- 
Row, the Lower-end I of the Minories, Little Tower-Hill. \ Ijgq. \ 
Printed by H. D. Steel, No. 5 l, Lothbury. \ 8vo, pp. (2), 25, (l). 

B., H. 91089 

Steel. Steel's Atlantic and West-Indian Navigator; or Sailing 
directions, general and particular, for the navigation of the Atlantic 
Ocean, and of the West Indies ... By David Steel. To which are 
added. An examination into the true cause of the Gulf Stream, &c. 
&c. By Lieutenant James Manderson . . . and, an appendix, con- 
taining Remarks made on the coasts of the United States of Amer- 
ica, in His Majesty's ships Resolution and St. Albans, by Mr. Murdo 
Downie, during the years 1794, 1795, 1796, 1797, and 1798. 
London: Printed for P. Steel. 1804. 8vo, pp. (4), 115, (2), 30. 
2 folded maps. bm.,c. 91090 

Steel. Steel's Naval Chronologist of the late War, from its 
Commencement in February 1793, to its Conclusion in 1801. In 
vyhich is contained, ist. A general chronological Detail of Mari- 
time Events, of all the Actions or Engagements, and of the various 
Services, in which the Naval Forces were engaged during the Con- 
tinuance of Hostilities. 2d. An Account of all the Ships of the 
French, Dutch, Spanish, Danish, and British, Navies, lost, taken, or 
iestroyed, during that Period; accompanied with accurate Narra- 
3ves of the particular Circumstances attendant on each Event, and 
Uustrated with neatly engraved Plans of the most remarkable En- 
2:agements, &c. also a complete account of all the Privateers taken 
)y Great Britain for the same Period; and of the Settlements and 
Colonies captured from the Enemy; with a List of Commanding 
3fficers who lost their Lives in the Service of their Country during 
he War, To which are added, the Preliminaries and Definitive 
Freaties of Peace, accompanied by contrasted Statements of the 
>Jumber and Disposition of the British Navy, at the Beginning and 



322 STEEL (dAVId). 1 

I 

End of the War; a concise Recapitulation of the total Captures in j 
Ships and Guns; and a Summary of the Reciprocal Cessions com- 1 
prehended in the Treaties of Peace. The third edition, corrected and { 
greatly enlarged. London: Printed jar P. Steel, at the navigation \ 
warehouse J Little Tower Hill; and sold by every bookseller in the \ 
United Kingdom. (^Price Five Shillings^ Printed by J. G. Barnard, \ 
George's-Court; and C. &' W. Galabin, Ingram-Court. [l8o2?] j 
Square i2mo, pp. (4), civ, 122, ( I ), advertisements (5). Frontis- ' 
piece and 6 plans. BM., nyp. -f- Including, also, a copious descrip- I 
tion of Lord Nelson's Victory off Cape Trafalgar, in 1805 ; with ani 
accurate plan of that engagement. . . . The Fourth Edition, cor- ! 
rected and greatly enlarged. London: Printed j or P. Steel, at the^^ 
Navigation-Warehouse, Little Tower-Hill; and to be had of every ' 
Bookseller in the United Kingdom. 1 806. (Price Five Shillings.),! 
[Verso of title:] Printed by C. and W. Galabin, Ingram-court;v 
and Barnard and Sult-zer, Water-lane, Fleet-street. Square i2mo, 1 
pp. 12, civ, 122, (l), advertisements (5). Frontispiece and 6 plans. ;i 

For earlier editions, see the two following titles. BM^ NYP. QIOQ^ i 

Steel. Steel's Naval Remembrancer: | or, the | Gentleman's,' 
Maritime Chronology | Of the various Transactions of the late I 
W^ar, I From its Commencement to the important Period of signing j 
the I Prehminary Articles, on the 20th of January, 1783. | Being | ; 
An interesting Collection of Intelligence, absolutely necessary forj 
making an accurate | Investigation of the naval Resources and effi- 1 
cient Force of the late belligerent | Powers. | Comprised under the I 
following heads: | I. An accurate Statement of the marine Forces | \ 
of England, France, Spain, and Holland, | on the 20th of January, j 
1783; deducing thence | a comparative View of the Navies of eachi 
Power, I as opposed to Great-Britain. | 2. The Disposition of the; 
commissioned Ships [ of the British Navy, January 20, 1783, ta- 1 1 
bularly shewing the Admirals and Commodores | on the different; 
Stations, with the Number of | Ships under their respective Com- 1 
mands. | 3. A List of the Cabinet, Jan. 20, 1783. | 4. Authenticj 
Copies of the Provisional Articles | and Definitive Treaty with! 
America; the Pre- j liminary Articles and Definitive Treaties with [ ' 
France and Spain; and the Preliminary Arti- | cles with Holland; J 
including Copies of the Full | Powers, Separate Articles, and other] 
Instru- 1 ments, signed by the belligerent and mediating | Powers, | 
or their Plenipotentiaries. | 5. The British Ministry, at the differ- 1 
ent I Periods of signing the Preliminary Articles and | Definitive 
Treaties, &c. | 6. A List of British Ships of War lost, taken, | or 



STEEL (dAVId). 323 

destroyed, during the late War, by whom and | where taken, &c. | 

7. A List of American, French, Spanish, | and Dutch, Ships, taken 
or destroyed during the | late War, by whom and where taken, &c. | 

8. A List of Admirals, Commodores, Post- | Captains, Masters 
and Commanders, and Lieute- | nants commanding Cutters, &c. 
who have lost | their Lives in the Service of Great-Britain | during 
the late War, with the Dates of their | Commissions, the Ships they 
commanded, and | the Year and Manner of their Death. | With 
many other subordinate Lists, Tables, &c. | London: \ Printed for 
David Steel, No. I, Union-Row, Little Tower-Hill; \ and to be 
had of the Booksellers in Town and Country. \ m.dcc.lxxxiv. I 
?rice Two Shillings. \ Small 4to, pp. (3), 104, (3). JCB., nyh., 
NYP. + [Same imprint and collation.] m.dcc.lxxxv. c, h. 
+ [Same imprint and date.] Small 4to, pp. (2), 96, 89-101, (i). 

In the first issues listed above an advertisement faces the title. WLC. 9IO92 

Steel. Steel's Naval Remembrancer, from the commencement 
of the war in 1 793 to the end of the year 1 800 : Intended as a com- 
plete Supplement to the Navy-Lists up to that Period: and contain- 
ing an Account of all the Ships of the French, Dutch, Spanish, and 
British, Navies, lost, taken, or destroyed, since the Commencement 
of the present War, to December 31, 1800; accompanied with 
brief but most accurate Narratives of the Circumstances attendant 
on each Event. A complete List, for the same Period, of all the 
French, Dutch, and Spanish, Privateers, taken by Great Britain, 
with the Force of each, the Names of the Captors, &c. A chrono- 
logical List of those Settlements and Colonies captured from the 
Enemy in which the Navy have had a Share; with the Names of 
the Ships concerned in the respective Captures. A General State- 
ment or Recapitulation of Captures in Ships and Guns. And a List 
of the British Commanding-Officers, who have lost their Lives in 
the Service of their Country, beginning with the present War, and 
ending on December 31, 1800. London: Printed for David Steel, 
at his Navigation-Warehouse, No. I, Union-Row, Minories, Little 
Tower-Hill: [13 lines of names of booksellers.] . . . Printed by H. 
L. Galabin, In gram-Court, Fenchurch-Street, London. [ 1 80 1 ? ] 
Square i2mo, pp. (4), 84. BM., nyp. 91093 

The titles of the 1785 Issues differ from the 1784 only in no. 4, which reads as 
follows: 4. Authentic Copies of the Provisional Articles | and Definitive Treaty with 
America; and the | Preliminary Articles and Definitive Treaties | with France, Spain, 
and Holland; inclu- | ding Copies of the Full Powers, Separate Arti- | cles, and other 
Instruments, signed by the | belligerent and mediating Powers, or their Pie- | 
nipotentiaries. | 



324 STEEL (dAVId). ] 

I 

Steel. Steel's | Original and Correct | List of the Royal Navy, | ! 
Improved : | To which are added | Their Stations, | And a List of the i 
Ships lost or destroyed since the Commencement | of the War, with ] 
their Commanders. | Likewise | A List of the Enemies Ships taken ; 
or destroyed since the Commencement | of the War. | With | Lists 
of the Lords of the Admiralty, Commissioners of the Navy and 
Victualling, | and of the other Offices in the naval Department, and 
the Navy- Agents. | Corrected to February 28, 1783, | And to be 
continued Monthly, Price Six-Pence. | London: | Printed for Z). I 
Steely No. I, Ujiion-Row, the Lower-End of the | Minories, Little '. 
Tower-Hill. \ And sold by the following Booksellers y viz. Mr.] 
Breadhowery Portsmouth; Mr. Gillmany \ Chatham; Mr. Maurice y\ 
Plymouth-Dock; M. Kay don and Son, Plymouth ; Mr. Har dingy | ,' 
Gosfort; Mr. DawkinSy Gosfort; Mr. Sharpy Deal; Messrs A.i 
Brown and Sony on | the Tholzeyy Bristol; Mr. Eatony Yarm,outh; \ 
Mr. Charnleyy Newcastle; Mr. Cokey \ Lelth; Mr. J. Hedleyy\ 
Lynn; Mr. G. Ledger, Dover ; Mr. J . Rule, Printery Pool; \ and.-, 
the other Booksellers in Town and Country. | [1783.] Square! 
i2mo, pp. 31, (i). Continued. nyp. 91094) 

Steel (John H[oneywood]). An Analysis of the Congress 
Spring, with Practical Remarks on its Medical Properties. By John 
H. Steel, M.D. Revised and Corrected by John L. Perry, m.d. . . . 
Saratoga S-prings : Stereotyped and printed by G. M. Davison. 1847. 
i8mo, pp. 35. Frontispiece, b., y. -f- [Same imprint and colla- 
tion.] 1855. NYH. + Nezv York: William W. Rosey 68 Cedar 
St.y Printery Stationery and Lithographer. 1 856. [Same collation.] 
AAS., AML., B., NYP., Y. -\- Netu York: i860. l8mo, pp. (2), 
34,(2). Frontispiece. m.,peab., Y. -{- Nezv York: 1861. l8mo, 
pp. 34, (i). Frontispiece. aas., aml., nyp. 91095 

Title of the i860 edition supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

Steel. An Analysis of the Mineral Waters of Saratoga and 
Ballston, containing some general remarks on their use in various 
diseases. Together with observations on the Geology and Mineralogy 
of the surrounding country, &c. &c. By Doctor John H. Steel, 
resident at the Springs. Albany : Printed and published by E. &' E. 
Hosford. 1817. i2mo, pp. 94. aas., aml., B., BM., nyp. 91096 

Steel. An Analysis of the Mineral Waters of Saratoga and 
Ballston, with practical remarks on their medical properties; to- 
gether with a history of the discovery and settlement of these cele- 
brated watering places, and observations on the geology and min- 



STEEL (j. H.). 325 

eralogy of the surrounding country. By John H. Steel ... An 
entirely new work. Saratoga Sfrings: Printed and fublished by 
\G. M. Davison. 1831. i2mo, pp. 203. B., c, NYAM., Y. + Sec- 
ond Edition. [Same imprint.] 1838, i2mo, pp. 208. 

B., BM., HEH., MINNHS., NYH., Y. 9IO97 

Steel. An Analysis of the Mineral Waters of Saratoga and 
Ballston, with practical remarks on their use in various diseases. 
Containing observations on the Geology and Mineralogy of the sur- 
rounding country, with a Geological Map. Second Edition, en- 
larged and improved. By Doctor John H. Steel, Resident at the 
Springs, President of the Saratoga Medical Society, and Honorary 
jMember of the New- York Historical Society. . . . Albany : Pub- 
\lished by D. Steele ^ No. 472 South Market-street. Packard & 
Van Benthuysen^ Printers. 18 19. i8mo, pp. 118, (l). Frontis- 
ipiece folded map and folded table, aas., b., c, h., nyp. + Second 
edition, enlarged and improved. . . . Saratoga Sfrings: Printed and 
\published by G. M. Davison. 1825. l8mo, pp. 118, (l). Folded 
map and folded table, aas., h., nyam., nyh. + [Same imprint 
|and collation.] 1828. aas., bm. 91098 

^ Steel. A Report on the Geological Structure of the County of 
Saratoga, in the State of New-York; together with remarks on the 
jnature and properties of the various Soils and Modes of Culture; 
'ntended to illustrate the Natural History and Domestick Resources 
of the County. By Doct. John H. Steel. Published by order of the 
Executive Committee of the Society for the promotion of Agricul- 
ture and Domestick Manufactures [of the County of Saratoga]. 
G. M. Davison J Printer — Saratoga Sfrings. 1 822. 8vo, pp. 56. 
I AAS., B., HEH., NYH., Y. 91099 

Steel (Richard). See Steele (Richard), b. 1629, d. 1692. 

I Steel (W[illiam] C). The Woman's Temperance Move- 
;Tient. By Rev. W. C. Steel, of New York City. With an intro- 
;luction by Dio Lewis, m.d. A Concise History of the Woman's 
IvVar on Alcohol. Containing History, Plans, Methods of Operation, 
pledges, Incidents, Humors of the Campaign, etc., etc. It also gives 
I Summary of Results of Success, with Plans of Procedure, etc. 
Vew York: National Temferance Society and Publication House y 
Vo. 58 Read e Street. 1874. i2mo, pp. 82, (i), advertisements 
.l)- B., c, NYP., WHS. 9 1 100 

I Steel Memorial. December I, 1865. [Caption on p. I :] To the 
l^onorable Commissioners, Messrs. Wells, Colwell and Hays, for 
I VOL. xxin. 21 



326 STEELE (alLEn). 

i 

revising the Tariff and Revenue haws of the United States. [Pitts- '• 
burgh? 1865.] 8vo, cover title, and pp. 15. c, M. 91101 i 

Signed by Hussey, Wells & Co., Park, Brother & Co., and eleven other manufac- i 
turing firms of Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York. 

Steele (Allen). Address [at] Genesee Wesleyan Saminary, i 
Lima, N. Y., March 31, 1842. Rochester. 1842. 91 102 j 

Title from the catalogue entry for a copy formerly at minnhs. i 

Steele. The Design of the Christian Ministry, or The Dutyj 
of Ministers in Relation to American Slavery. An Address delivered ] 
before the Niagara County Anti-Slavery Society, in the Methodist I 
Chapel on Chestnut Ridge, July 7, 1840. By Allen Steele, Min-i 
ister of the Methodist E. Church, Lockport, N. Y. Lockfort:i\ 
Printed by T. P. Scovell. 1 840. 8vo, pp. 22, (i). nyh. 9II03[{ 

Steele. "The Episcopal Church Defended" Reviewed: being] 
a Vindication of Methodist Episcopacy; with Corrections of the:! 
Errors and Misrepresentations contained in the work reviewed: by'j 
Allen Steele, (of the Genesee Conference,) pastor of St. John's' 
Church, Batavia, N. Y. . . . Printed by Frederick Folletty Batavla,A 

N. Y. 1843. 8 VO, pp. 264. AAS., BM.,Y. 91104! 

A review of a work by J. A. Bolles, our no. 6222, vol. 2. aas., b., gts. j 

Steele. The Foundation of Success. An Address, delivered be- j 
fore the Cleosophic Society of Yates Academy, August 15, 1844,1 
by the Rev. Allen Steele, Honorary Member. Rochester: Prlnted\ 
by D. Royt 6 State-street. 1844. 8vo, pp. 24. cu. 91105 j 

Steele. Letter, New-York, Sept. 8, 1856, on Fremont. [«. ^. \ 
1856.] 8vo, pp. 3. 91106 I 

Title from the catalogue of the New York State Library, 1861. ! 

Steele (Ashbel). Chief of the Pilgrims: or The Life and Time j 
of William Brewster, ruling elder of the Pilgrim company that! 
founded Nev\^ Plymouth, the parent colony of New England, in j 
1620. By the Rev. Ashbel Steele, a.m., Washington City, D. C. | 
Illustrated with Five Steel and Four other Engravings. Phlladel-\ 
fhla: J. B. Llfplncott and Co. 1857. ^"^°' PP- 4^^- 7 pl^tes andj 
map. 

AAS., B., BM., C, HEH., HSP., MINNHS., NYP., WHS., WLC, Y. 9 I IO7 j 

One of the engravings mentioned on the title page is an illustration on p. 38. j 

Steele (Benj[amin] H[inman]). Supreme Court of Vermont, j 
General Term, November, 1869. James Cheever and William T. j 
Hart, Trustees, et al., vs. The Rutland and Burlington Railroad 



STEELE (Bradford). 327 

Co. et al. Opinion of the Court delivered at Rutland, Feb. 5, 1 870, 
by Hon. Benj. H. Steele, one of the Justices. Boston: Alfred 
Mudge ^ Sony Law Printers , 34 School Street. 1870. Svo, pp. 39. 

AAS., B. 91 108 

Steele (Bradford). A Narrative of the Captivity and Suffer- 
ings of Bradford Steele, during the Revolutionary War. New 
Haven: Printed by S. Babcock. 1842. l2mo, pp. 12. BA. 91109 

Introduction signed and dated: "John E. Bray, Stated Supply of Con. Church in 
Humphreysville. Humphreysville, April, 1842." Narrative signed: Bradford Steele. 

Steele (Daniel). De Profundi's Clamavi. The Cause, the 
Crime, and the Cure of our National Suicide. A national fast day 
sermon, delivered in the Baptist Church, Springfield, September 26, 
1 86 1, by Daniel Steele, pastor of the Union Street Methodist E. 
Church Sf ring field: Samuel Bowles &' Company, Printers. 

1861. Svo, pp. 30. NYH. 9IIIO 

Steele. Thanksgiving by Faith for Our Country's Future; A 
National Thanksgiving Sermon, delivered at the Methodist E. 
Church, Lima, August 6th, 1863, before the United Congregations, 
by Daniel Steele, Professor in the Genesee College. . . . Rochester: 
Hughes^ Book and Job Power Presses, 41 and 43 Main-St, Roches- 
ter, N.Y. 1863. Svo, pp. 16. NYH. 911 II 

Steele. Two Rebellions: Benjamin and American Slavehold- 
ers. A National Fast-Day Sermon, delivered at the Baptist Church, 
Lima, N. Y., August 4th, 1864, before the United Congregations, 
3y Daniel Steele, Professor in the Genesee College. ...CD. 
Tracy ^ Co., Book and Job Printers, Rochester. 1 864. Svo, pp. 

24. M., MINNHS. 9 I I I 2 

Steele (David). Endless life the Inheritance of the Righteous. 
4l Discourse delivered in the First Reformed Presbyterian Church, 
Mew York, on Sabbath, October 1 1, 1874, in memory of Rev. 
[ohn N. McLeod, d.d. the Pastor. By Rev. David Steele, d.d. 
?*astor of the Fourth Reformed Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia. 
\ezv York: Lee, Shefard &' DilllnghaTn. 1875. Svo, pp. 45. 

B._, C, NYP., WHS., Y. 91 113 

Steele (Eliphalet). Five Discourses. Containing a careful en- 
quiry into the nature of the religion God enjoined on the church 
mder the Old Testament dispensation. Being an Attempt to Vin- 
iicate the Baptism of Infants, on a plan in some respects new. By 
he Rev. Eliphalet Steele, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in the 



328 STEELE (eLIPHALEt). J 

town of Paris, (N. Y.) ... Sherburne, (^Chenango county.) ' 
Printed; by Abraham RomyeUy for the Author. — 1 805. 8vo ' 

pp.188. C, HEH., UTS., Y. 9III4J 

The earliest Sherburne imprint in the nyp. imprint catalogue. ; 

Steele. The Importance of the Church. A Discourse, in twcj 
parts; delivered in Paris, (N. Y.) April 8, 18 13, on the day of ai 
Public Fast, recommended by the Oneida Association, to thei 
Churches and Societies within their limits. By Eliphalet Steele,! 
pastor of a church in the town of Paris. . . . Utica: Printed hy\ 
Merrell and Camf. 1 8 13. 8vo, pp. 24. aas. 91115J 

Two sermons by Steele on "Absolute Dependence on God," were included in "Ser-I 
mons on Important Subjects," Hartford, 1797, pp. 127—182. aas., bm., JCB., NYP.i! 

UTS. j 

Steele {Mrs. [Eliza R.]). A Summer Journey in the West.' 
By Mrs. Steele, author of Heroines of Sacred History. . . . NeTJu\ 
York: John S. Taylor, and Co. {Brick Church Chafel, 145; 
Nassau-St.) 1841. i2mo, added engraved title, pp. (6), 13— 278., 

AAS., B., EM., C, HSP., MINNHS., NYP., WHS., Y. Q 1 1 16| 

Steele (Esther Baker), jt. author. Brief History of the Unitedj 
States. 5^^ Steele (Joel Dorman). j 

Steele (G[eorge] M.). The Currency-Question. By G. M.j 
Steele, President of Lawrence University, Appleton, Wis. [«. ^.j 
1876.] 8vo, pp. 15. B. 91117; 

Caption title. Reprinted in Usher's "Greenback Movement," 191 1, pp. 64-76. ■ 
According to p. 38, the pamphlet appeared in 1876. ! 

Steele (J.). The Substance of an address delivered by Rev. J.j 
Steele, in the Associate Reformed synod of the West at their meet-j 
ing in Steuben ville, on the evening of October 1 6th, 1829, on the! 
question of making the holding of slaves a term of communion in, 
the church. Washington, Guernsey Co., O.: Printed by Hamilton] 
Robe. 1830. 1 2 mo, pp. 43, advertisement ( I ). ! 

HEH., WHS., WRHS. 9IIl8| 

Steele (J. Button). Letter to the President of the Philadelphia! 
& Reading Railroad Co. on the Canals and Railroads for transport- 
ing anthracite coal. By J. Button Steele, Civil Engineer. 1855. 
Philadelfhia: Moss, Brother ^ Co. 8vo, pp. 22. c. 91 119J 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Steele. Port Huron and Lake Michigan Railroad. Report oij 
J. Button Steele. ... New-York: J. P. Prall. 1868. i6mOji 

pp.9. DETROITPL. 9II2CJ 

Also : Port Huron and Lake Michigan Railroad. Reports of J. Dutton Steele, Esq.,{ 



I STEELE ( J. D.). 329 

jCivil Engineer, and J. S. Gibbons . . . Nezv York: Evening Post Steam Presses, Cor. 
Nassau (3 Liberty hts. 1869. i6mo, pp. 10. aas. 

, [Steele.] Report and survey of the Lebanon Valley Rail Road. 
fhiLadelfhia: I. M. Moss and Brother. 185 1. 8vo,pp. 18. Folded 

['"^P- BUR.RAIL.ECON., T. W. STREETER. 9 1 1 2 I 

; Signed: J. Dutton Steele. 

Information from T. W. Streeter. 

[ Steele (James W[ilHam] ). The Sons of the Border. Sketches 
:Df the Life and People of the Far Frontier. By James W. Steele. 
,("Deane Monahan.") Tofeka, Kansas: Commonwealth Print- 
ing Comf any. 1873. 8vo, pp. 260. 

j C., HEH., MINNHS., NYP. 9II22 

' [Steele (Joel Dorman)]. Barnes' Centenary History. One 
Hundred Years of American Independence. By the author of 
Barnes' Brief History of the United States for Schools. A. S. 
^Barnes & Comfany, New York, Chicago, and New Orleans. 
1876. 8vo, pp. (2), 5-20, (4), iii-lxiii, 9-656, including 3 maps. 
|I2 plates. NYP. + [Same imprint and date.] 8vo, pp. (2), 5-20, 
<2), 9-663, including 3 maps. nyp. 91 123 

J Pp. iii-lxiii in the first edition contain an account of the centennial exhibition. 
, The first edition listed above was originally issued in monthly parts, each contain- 
ing an engraved plate. In the nyp. copy, the cover titles of the parts are bound in 
It the end. 

; [Steele]. ... A Brief History of the United States. For 
jichools . . . New York and Chicago: A. S. Barnes & Comfany. 
1872. i2mo, pp. 290, (2),xlvi. C.91124 

''(Barnes's One-Term History)." According to Appleton, this is the first in a 
ieries of brief histories, written by Steele and his wife, Esther Baker Steele. Fre- 
[uently reissued. 

; Steele (John), b. 1710.? d. 1804. The | Shortness and Af- 
;lictions I of | Human Life, | Illustrated. | By John Steele, Esq; | 
Minister of Stair. | Edinburgh frinted: \ Boston reprinted and sold 
h I B. Edes & Son, \ No. 42, Cornhill, \ m,dcc,lxxxvi. | 8vo, 

PP- 27- AAS., HEH., JCB., NYP. 9II25 

I Author's dates from Scott's "Fasti Ecdesiae Scoticanae," vol. 3, 1920, p. 70. 

I [Steele (John)]. A History of Ecclesiastical Proceedings rel- 
jitive to the Third Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, the Rev. 
pzra Stiles Ely, and several of the judicatories of the church with 
Which they are connected. . . . Philadelfhia. May, 18 14. l2mo, 
pP- '70- C., NYH. 91 126 

I Preface signed : Jno. Steele, Wm. M'Corkle. 

I Improved title of that in note following no. 22384, vol. 6. 



330 STEELE (jOHn). 

Steele (John), b. 1832, d. 1905. The Traveler's Companion 
through the great interior. A Guide for the Road to California, by 
the South Pass in the Rocky Mountains, and Sublett's and Head- j 
path's cut offs; being a much better and nearer road than the one : 
formerly traveled by the emigrants. Containing a correct descrip- j 
tion of the road, with the distances by actual measurement, entering I 
California by crossing the great Sierra Nevada, at the headwaters of ; 
the Yuba River. By John Steele. Galena: Power Press of H. H. [ 
Houghton^ Co. 1854. i6mo, pp. 54. heh. 91127I 

p. 15 is misnumbered 51. Title from a photostatic reproduction of the entire ] 
work in nyp. I 

Steele (John B[arton]). The Symbol and Word of En- j 
couragement to the Builders of the Spiritual Temple. A Sermon, ;i 
preached at the Ordination and Installation of Rev. Richard H. | 
Steele, as pastor over the Presbyterian Church of Freehold, in i! 
Charlton, Saratoga County, N. Y., February 1 6, 1 848. By Rev. i 
John B. Steele, A.M. Albany: Published by E. H. Pease & Co.^ 
No. '^2 State Street. 1848. [Verso of title:] Joel Munsell, Printer, \ 
Albany. 8vo, pp. 35. aas., b., em., nyp., whs., y. 91 128 ■ 

Steele (John B[enedict]). National Currency. Speech of, 
Hon. John B. Steele, of New York. Delivered in the House of ; 
Representatives, April 5, 1 864. [Colophon:] Printed by L. Tow- ! 
ers ^ Co., cor, Louisiana Avenue and Sixth street, Washington. 
[1864.] 8vo, pp. 8. c.,NYH. 91129 

Caption title. 

Steele. Speech of Hon. John B. Steele, of New York, on the 
question of slavery. Delivered in the House of Representatives, Jan. 
20, 1862. [Washington, D. C: Pri?ited by L. Towers & Co. 
1862.] 8vo,pp. 8. c.,H. 91130 

Caption title. 

Steele (Joseph). A Sermon, preached Dec. 4, 1834, on the 
day of the Annual Thanksgiving of the State of Vermont, in the 
Congregational Church at Castleton, by Rev. Joseph Steele. . . . 
Castleton, Vt. Printed by White & Fairfield. 1834. 8vo, pp. 14- 

AAS., Y. 91 131 

[Steele (Joshua)]? An | Account | of a late | [imaginary] 
Conference | on the | Occurrences in America. | In a Letter to a 
Friend. | London: \ Printed for J. Almon, offosite Burlington 
House, in \ Piccadilly, m.dcc.lxvl | {Price One Shilling.) \ 8vo, 

pp. 40. BA., C, HEH., JOB., NYP., WLC, Y. 9I I32 

Improved title of no. 90) vol. i. 



STEELE (oLIVEr). 33 I 

According to Rich, the "author is supposed to be Joshua Steele, esq." On the title 
page of the ba. copy is a MS. inscription in an apparently contemporary hand: "By 
Mr. Steel of Barkley Square." 

In the earliest impressions there were errors in the page numbering. In one issue 
pp. 20, 21, 24 and 25 are misnumbered 18, 19, 22 and 23, respectively, c, jcb., nyp. 
In another issue pp. 19, 22, 23 and 26 arc misnumbered 17, 20, 21 and 24, respect- 
ively. NYP. The later impressions were numbered correctly, ba., jcb., wlc, y. 

Remainders of this edition were reissued in the publisher Almon's "Collection of 
the most Interesting Tracts ... on the Subjects of Taxing the Colonies, and Regu- 
lating their Trade," 1 766-1 767, forming no. i of vol. 2. 

Steele. Mitigation of Slavery. 5^<? Dickson (Wm.),no. 20095, 

vol. 5. B., BM., NYP., p. 

Steele (Oliver). An Address, delivered before the General 

Society of Mechanics of New-Haven, at their Quarterly Meeting, 

July 7th, 1 8 13. By Oliver Steele. . . . New-Haven, Printed by 

Oliver Steele. 1 8 13. 8vo, pp. 16. Y.qin.T. 

Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

Steele (Oliver G[ray] ). Buffalo City Sew^erage and Sanitary 
Science. A Paper read before the Historical Society Club, Jan. 3, 
1866. \^Buffalo. 1866.] 8vo,pp. 16. AML. 91134 

Also printed in "Thomas' Buffalo City Directory for 1867," pp. 9-16. 

Steele. History of the Buffalo Public Schools. An Address by 
Oliver G. Steele Ex-Superintendent of Schools, delivered before 
the Buffalo Historical Society, on Friday Evening, January 23, 
1863. Buffalo: Joseph Warren & Co., Printers, Courier Office, 
178 Washington St. 1 863. 8vo, pp. 24. 

AAS., B., BM., HSP., WHS., Y. 9 II 35 
Reprinted in Buffalo Hist. Soc. "Publications," vol. i, 1879, pp. 405-432. 

Steele. Memorial of the late Walter Joy. A paper read by 
request before the Buffalo Historical Society Monday Evening, 
February 15, 1864. By O. G. Steele, Esq. Buffalo: Printing 
House of Wheeler, Matthews ^ Warren. Office of the Commer- 
cial Advertiser. 1 864. 8vo, pp. 7. NYH., NYP., whs. 91 136 

[Steele]. Report of the Select Committee of the Common 
Council. iSifi? Buffalo, no. 9061, vol. 3. h. 

The report was written by Steele and is an "admirable sketch of the early years of 
ake commerce and the growth of Buffalo harbor business." See Severance's "... 
Bibliography of the Niagara Region," in Buffalo Hist. Soc. "Publications," vol. 6, 
1903) P- 586. 

Steele. Steele's Book of Niagara Falls. Seventh Edition. Care- 
:ully Revised and Improved. Illustrated by maps of the Falls and 
Immediate Vicinity, and of the Niagara River, from Lake Erie to 



332 STEELE (OLIVER G.). j 

I 

! 
Lake Ontario, and six new views. Buffalo: Oliver G. Steele.] 

1840. [Verso of title:] Steele's Press. 1 8 mo, pp. (4), 13-109,1 

(i). 6 plates and folded double map. aas., b., can. arch., nyp. | 

-j- Eighth Edition. . . . [Same imprints and date.] i8mo, pp. (4), I 

13—109, (i). 7 plates, one of which is folded, and folded double 1 

map. H., NYH. + Ninth Edition . . . Illustrated by a new series of | 

maps and plates. [Same imprints.] 1846. i8mo, pp. 95. 51 

plates and folded double map. nyp., whs., y. -f- Tenth Edition, j 

. . . [Same imprints.] 1847. iSnio, pp. (7), 9-96. 4 plates, fron- 1 

tispiece folded map, and folded facsimile. B., heh., hsp. -j- Elev- j 

enth Edition. [Same imprints and collation.] 1847. ^- S 

+ Twelfth Edition . . . Illustrated with a new map of the Falls Ij 
and Niagara River. [Same imprints.] 1849. i8mo, pp. 79. Fron-i! 
tispiece folded map. bm., heh., nyh., y. 911371I 

According to the preface of the seventh edition, the work was originally prepared I 
by H. A. Parsons. For other editions, see Parsons, no. 58883, vol. 14. 1 

Steele. Steele's Niagara Falls Port-folio, containing eight New 
Views of Niagara Falls. Taken from the most striking points. Llth-W 
graphed by Hall ^ Mooney. Buffalo: Steele's Press. 1 842. 8vo, ^ 
pp. (4). 8 plates. H., heh. 91138J 

Steele. Steele's Niagara Falls Port-folio, containing eight new ' 
views of Niagara Falls. Taken from the most striking points. Also, j 
a fac simile of a view taken by Father Hennepin in 1678. Lithe- j 
graphed by Hall & Mooney. Buffalo: Steele's Press. 1 843. 4to, I 
PP- (3)* 9 plates, c, NYH. + [Same imprint and collation.] j 
1844. c, NYH., Y. 91 139 I 

Steele. Steele's Niagara Guide Book: Being a Synopsis of ! 
Steele's Book of Niagara Falls, with New and Correct Maps. Buj- i 
jalo: Published by Oliver G. Steele. 1 840. [Verso of title:] j 
Steele's Press. i8mo, pp. 35. Frontispiece double map. 

NYP., Y. 91 140 

The collation of the Yale copy is given by Anne S. Pratt as pp. 35, (i). 

Steele. Steele's Western Guide Book, and Emigrant's Direc- 
tory, containing different routes through the States of New-York, 
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Michigan, with Short Descriptions of 
the Climate, Soil, Productions, Prospects, &c. Third Edition. Buj- 
falo: O. G. Steele. 1835. i8mo, pp. 89, 2. B., c. + Fifth Edi- 
tion. Greatly improved and enlarged. Buffalo : Published by Oli- 
ver G. Steele, 1 836. 24mo, pp. 108. Folded map. AAS., BA. 
+ Sixth Edition, greatly improved and enlarged. Buffalo: O.G. 



STEELE (OLIVER G.). 333 

I 

Steele. 1 836. i8mo, pp. 108. Frontispiece folded map. c. 
+ Seventh Edition. Greatly improved and enlarged. Buffalo: 
Published by Oliver G. Steele. 1 836. [Verso of title:] Press of 
O.G.Steele. i8mo, pp. 108. nyh. + Tenth Edition. Buffalo. 
1838. l2mo. NYH. 91 141 

For the first and second editions, see The Traveller's Directory, and The Western 
Guide Book, below. 

Title of the tenth edition from a catalogue card for a copy at nyh. not now 
available. 
; Probably the collation of all the issues should contain a folded map. 

Steele. Steele's Western Guide Book, and Emigrant's Direc- 
tory; containing different routes through the States of New-York, 

I Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin Territory, &c. with 
descriptions of the climate, soil, productions, prospects, &c. Elev- 

: enth Edition, greatly improved and enlarged. Buffalo : Published 

I by Steele & Peck. 1839. [Verso of title:] Day & Steel's Press. 

1 i8mo, pp. 108. Folded map. aas., c, nyh., whs. + Twelfth 
Edition, greatly improved and enlarged. Buffalo: Oliver G. Steele. 

I 1843. [Verso of title:] Steele's Press, Buffalo. i8mo,pp. 72. nyp. 

■ + Fourteenth Edition. Greatly improved and enlarged. [Same 
title imprint.] 1846. i8mo, pp. (2), 72, (2). y. + Fifteenth 

I Edition. Greatly improved and enlarged. Buffalo: Oliver G. 

\ Steele. Steele's Press. [1847.] l8mo, pp. 72. Folded map. 

j Title of the fourteenth edition supplied by Anne S. Pratt. NYH. 9I 14^ 

, The preface of the fifteenth edition is dated, "Buffalo, 1847." 

! Steele. Steele's Western Guide Book, and Emigrant's Di- 
rectory; containing different routes through the States of New 

• York, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Min- 
[n]esota, etc., etc. With descriptions of the climate, soil, produc- 

! tions, &c. With an appendix containing the routes to Oregon and 

, California . . . Sixteenth Edition. Newly arranged and greatly im- 
proved. Buffalo: O. G. Steele. 1849. i8mo, pp. 72. 2 folded 
maps. C, MINNHS. + Seventeenth Edition. [Same imprint and 

I collation, n. d.] heh. 91143 

I Steele. The Traveller's Directory, and Emigrant's Guide; 

j containing general descriptions of different routes through the states L/ O^ 

of New-York, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and the Territory of Michi- \^ '^ CT "P 
gan, with short descriptions of the Climate, Soil, Productions, Pros- "^ 

pects, &c. Buffalo: Published by Steele & Faxon. 1832. i8mo, V 4 7 
pp. 82, contents 2. c, nyh. 91 144 

First edition. 

For later editions, see the following title and Steele's Western Guide Book, above. 



334 STEELE (OLIVER G.). 

Steele. The Western Guide Book, and Emigrant's Directory; 
containing general descriptions of the different routes through the 
states of New York, Ohio, Indiana, Ilh'nois, and the Territory of 
Michigan, with descriptions of Soil, Climate, Productions, Pros- 
pects, &c. Buffalo: Charles Faxon-y Printer. 1834. i6mo, pp. 90. 

91145 

Title from the catalogue of the Anderson Galleries for the sale of November 27-29, 
1922, lot no. 1018. Collation from the catalogue card for a copy formerly at nyh. 
For other editions, see the preceding title and Steele's Western Guide Book, above. 

Steele (R. J.). Dictionary of the County of Placer, for the 
Year 1861 : containing a history of the county, and of the different 
towns in the county; with the names of inhabitants, and every 
thing appertaining to a complete directory. Compiled by R. J. Steele, 
James P. Bull, and F. L. Houston. Printed for the fublisherSy by 
Charles F. Robb'ms, 413 to 417 Clay street^ San Francisco. 1 86 1. 

8vo, pp. Vi, (l), 8-208. HEH. 91 146 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

Steel[e] (Richard), b. 1629, d. 1692. An | Antidote | 
against | Distractions. | By Richard Steel. | New-York: \ Printed 
and Sold, by J. Parker and W. Weyman, \ at the New-Printing- 
Office in Beaver-Street, 1754. I 8vo, pp. (8), 128. 

First edition, London, 1667. bm., uts. HEH., NYH. 9 I 147 

Steele. The Husbandmans I Callins: I Shewing; the I Excel- 
lencies. Temptations, Graces, | Duties, &c. of the Christian | Hus- 
bandman. I Being the Substance of | XII. Sermons. | Preached to 
a Country Congregation | By Richard Steele, m.a. | and Minister 
of the Gospel. | . . . | Boston in N ew-England : | Refrinted by B. 
Green for Nicholas Buttolfh, | at his Shof at the lower end of \ 
CornHill. 1713. I i2mo, pp. (2), viii, 282, (5). AAS., H. -^Bos- 
ton in New-England: | Refrinted by B. Green for Eleazer Phil- 
lifSy I at his Shof at the lower end of | King Street. 17 13. | l2mo, 
pp. (2), viii, 282, (5)? B., JCB. 91148 

Both the B. and the jcb. copies of the issue printed for Phillips are imperfect, 
lacking the last leaf of the contents. The title page is marked Aj, the first leaf being 
a blank one, which is present in the b. copy. The jcb. copy lacks other pages also. 

First edition, London, 1668. uts. 

[Steele]. The Religious Tradesman. A^^wZ'wry^ori." Printed 
by John My call. 1778. i2mo, pp. 180. 91^49 

Title from Evans. Originally published in London in 1684 as "The Tradesman's 
Calling." BM., c. For a New York, 1773, edition, see "The Religious Trader," 
no. 69362, vol. 16. NYP. 



STEELE (rICHARd). 335 

[Steele]. The | Religious Tradesman, | or, Plain and Seri- 
ous I Hints of Advice | for the | Tradesman's | Prudent and pious 
conduct, from | his entrance into business, to | his leaving it off. | 
Contained under the heads, | Of the nature of | A life of busi- | ness, 
and obli- | gations to it. | Of Chasing a cal- | ling. | Of Prudence, 
or I discretion. | Of diligence. | Of Justice, | Of Truth, and of | 
Contentment, | as they relate | to trade. | Of Religion | Of leaving 
our I callings. | It is a book admirably fitted by its proper represen- 
tation of the I Tradesman's Duties; and the close and warm en- 
forcement of them I upon the Conscience, to do excellent service, 
under the blessing of | God, to the shop and to the world. — The 
following sheets con- | tain a rich Treasure of wholesome Instruc- 
tion, such as every | Tradesman should write upon his heart, | and 
practice in his Shop | and Family. | Recommendatory Preface by 
the Rev. I. Watts, d.d. | London Printed. \ By John Mycally in 
Newburyfortj Re-p-inted: | for Enoch Titcomb and Edmund 
Sawyer. \ [1780.] i2mo, pp. 180. c. 91150 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 
Date supplied from Evans. 

Steele {Sir Richard), b. 1672, d. 1729. The | Crisis; | or, a | 
Discourse | representing from the most authentick records, | the 
just cause of the late happy | Revolution, | and | The several settle- 
ments of the crowns of England and Scotland | on her Majesty; and 
on the Demise of Her Majesty | without issue, upon the most illus- 
trious Princess Sophia, Electress | and Dutchess Dowager of Han- 
over, and the Heirs of her Body | being Protestants; by previous acts 
of both Parliaments of the | late Kingdoms of England and Scot- 
land; and confirmed by the | Parliament of Great Britain. | With 
some seasonable remarks on the danger of a Popish | Successor. | 
. . . I By Richard Steele, Esq; | London: Printed, 17 14. and Re- 
printed by Samuel Keimer in \ Philadelfhia. MDCCXxv. | Small 4to, 
pp. viii, 44. HSP. 9 1 1 5 I 

BM. has a London, 1713, edition. 

Steele. The Funeral: or Grief a-la-mode. A Comedy. New- 
York: Printed by Hugh Gaine. 1761. 91^52 
Title from Evans. 

Steele (Richard). An Impartial Account of the Origin and 
Progress of the Difficulties existing between the Congregational 
Church in Durham, N. H., and Richard Steele. Dover: Printed 
by John Mann. 1 829. 8vo, pp. 46. 91152A 

Title from Ham's "Bibliogaphy of Dover, N. H.," 1892. 



336 STEELE (rICHARD H.). ] 

I 

Steele (Richard H[olloway] ). America — a land pre- i 
eminently blessed. A sermon preached ... on Thanksgiving day, ' 
Nov. 25, 1852. Albany. 1852. Bvo. bm. 911531 

Steele. The Bible — the safe-guard of the Nation. A Sermon ' 
preached before the Rensselaer County Bible Society, in the Park I 
Presbyterian Church, Troy, N. Y., January 21, 1857, by Rev. ' 
Richard H. Steele, Pastor of the Reformed Dutch Church, Nassau, ' 
with the Minutes of the forty-second anniversary. Troy, N. Y.: | 
A. IV. Scribner and Co., Book and Job Printers, Cannon Place. \ 

1857. 8vo, pp. 40. EM., NYP., WHS. 91154;! 

A slip of errata is pasted on p. 40 of the nyp. copy. ; 

Steele. The Death of the Young. A Sermon, preached at the 1 
funeral of James William Blakey, in the Presbyterian Church, Ij 
Ballston Spa, N. Y., March 25, 185 1, by Rev. Richard H. Steele j 
. . . Troy J N. Y.: Johnson ^ Davis, Steam Press Printers. 1 85 1. ' 
8vo, pp. 26. c, UTS.j Y. 91 155 i 

Steele. The Early Sunset. A Sermon preached at the Funeral ' 
of Miss Mary Merchant, in the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, ij 
Nassau, N. Y., February 6, 1863. By Rev. Richard H. Steele, i 
pastor of the church. . . . Albany, Charles van Benthuysen, frinter, \ 

1863. 8V0, pp. 24. MINNHS. 9II56 i 

Title supplied by Elsa R. Nordin. 1 

Steele. God's Presence through the Year. A discourse deliv- : 
ered in the First Reformed Church, New-Brunswick, December 31, j 
1876. By Rev. Richard H. Steele, d.d. The year reviewed in ; 
New-Brunswick's oldest church — The political crisis — Gravity ! 
of the situation — The financial condition — Courage of the ■ 
people — Our church the pioneer — Her ministry — The three \ 
buildings — The last thirteen years — Facts and figures — The ' 
centennial year — Revival — The Outlook. {New Brunswick. \ 
1877.] 8vo, pp. 8, including illustration. UTS. whs. 91 157 \ 

Caption title. I 

I 

Steele. Historical Discourse delivered at the Celebration of the 
One Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the First Reformed 
Dutch Church, New-Brunswick, N. J., October i, 1867. By ' 
Richard H. Steele, d.d., Pastor of the church. New-Brunswick, I 
N.J.: Published by the Consistory. 1867. [Verso of title:] John\ 
A. Gray &' Green, Printers, 16 and 18 Jacob Street, New-York. \ 
8vo, pp. 223. 2 plates, b., c, hsp., minnhs., nyp., whs., y. 91158 j 



STEELE (RICHARD H.). 337 

Steele. Our Country's Future. A sermon preached in the 
First Reformed Church, New Brunswick, N. J., on Thanksgiving 
Day, November 25, 1875, by Richard H. Steele, d.d. . . . New 
Brunswicky N. J.: Terhune &' Van AngleUy Printers, 31 Albany 
Street. 1875. 8vo, pp. 28. B., UTS. 91159 

Cover title: Thanksgiving Sermon by Rev. Richard H. Steele, d.d. 1875. 

Steele. Victory and Mourning. A Sermon occasioned by the 
death of Abraham Lincoln, late President of the United States; 
preached in the First Reformed Dutch Church, New-Brunswick, 
N. J., June 1st, 1865, by Rev. Richard H. Steele . . . New-Bruns- 
wick, N. J.: Terhune ^ Van An glen's Press, Albany St. 1 865. 

SVO, pp. 27. B., C, HEH., NYP., WHS. 9I 160 

Steele (Robert). A Tour through part of the Atlantic; or, 
Recollections from Madeira, the Azores (or Western Isles), and 
Newfoundland, (Including the Period of Discovery, Produce, 
Manners, and Customs, of each Place, with Memorandums from 
the Convents,) visited in the summer of 1 809, in H. M. S. the 
Vestal. By Robert Steele, Lieutenant of the Royal Marines. With 
an accurate Chart of the Ship's Track. London: Printed for J. J. 
Stockdale, 41, Pall-Mall. 18 10. [Verso of title:] Printed by S. 
Gosnell, Little Queen Street, London. 8vo, pp. 193, advertise- 
ments (6). Frontspiece folded map. B., BM., c, nyh. 91 161 

Steele {Mrs. Rowena Granice). Dell Dart; or, within the 
meshes. Merced: Printed at the San Joaquin Valley Argus Office, 
1874. 8vo, pp. 69. 91 162 

"A moral novel of a somewhat sensational character, the plot being in Sacramento, 
and the characters drawn from actual life. Other early Californian novels by Mrs. 
Steele were 'Victims of Fate,' 'Leonnie St. James,' and 'Blue-eyed Mary,' besides 
numerous serial stories." Title from Cowan's "Bibliography of the History of Cali- 
fornia and the Pacific West," 1914. 

Steele (W[illiam] R[andolph]). Remarks of Hon. W. R. 
Steele of Wyoming, and Hon. Martin Maginnis, of Montana, on 
the Indan Affairs bill, in favor of confining the Sioux to their reser- 
vations, and opening to exploration and settlement the country be- 
tween Cheyenne, Wyoming, and Bozeman, Montana. Washing- 
ton: Government Printing Office, 1874. 8vo, pp. 22. C. 91 163 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

Steele (Zadock). The Indian Captive: or A Narrative of the 
Captivity and Sufferings of Zadock Steele. Related by himself. To 
which is prefixed an Account of the Burning of Royalton. . . . 




338 STEENBERG. 



MontfelieVj Vt. Published by the Author j E. P. Walton, Printer. \ 
1818. i2mo, pp. 142, (2). \ 

AAS., BA., C.y CAN.ARCH.j HEH., NEWBERRY, NYH., WHS., Y. 9I 164 
Reprinted, Springfield, 1908. 

Steele's Book of Niagara Falls. See Steele (Oliver G.). 

Steele's Niagara Falls Port-folio. See Steele (Oliver G.). 

Steele's Niagara Guide Book. See Steele (Oliver G.). j 

Steele's Western Guide Book. 5^^ Steele (Oliver G.). 1 

Steenberg (K[arl] J[unius] 0[ptatus]). Bibelimit ujarsim- it 
massut okralluktujet, merkrEen illinnizegseksait, Kaladlit nunnanne J 
psellessiogalloab K. J. O. Stenberg-ib nuktigai. K jobenhavnime. \ 
Bianko-LunoTnit nakkrittinnekrartut. 1854. 1 6 mo, pp. (2), 125, ■, 
(i). H.9ii65>i 

Bible stories in the Eskimo language — Pilling. 



Steendam (Jacob). Den | Distelvink. | Eerste Deel, Minne- 
sang: | behelsende | Eerlijke Minne-Sinne-Beel- | den, Vaarsen, 
en Liede- | kens: op verscheyden Oude | en Nuwe Sang-konstige | 
Stemmen. | Door | J. J. Steendam. | i^Amsterdaniy \ Voor Gerrit 
van Goedesberghy Boek-verkoofer, | of het Water over de Nieuwe- 
brughy in de \ Delfsche Bybel. 1649 [-1650.] | [Colophon of 
vol. I :] t' Amsterdam, by Pieter Dircksz. Boetemany in S^ Niclaas- 
Straat. 1649. I 3 "^'o^s. in I, small 4to, pp. (2), lOi, (i); (20), 
207, (i); (8), 199, (i), index (4). A-N in fours, (*)-(**) in 
fours, (***) in two, B-Z in fours, Aa-Dd in fours, *,t* in four, 
A— Z in fours, Aa— Bb in fours, (*) in tvi^o. 

BM., bu., c, JCB._, nyp. 91 166 

Title of vol. 2: Den | Distelvink: | Twede Deel: Zegen-zang. | Uytende | 
Stichtelijke-Lof-Dichten, | Zegen-sangen, Vaarsen, en | Liederen: van verschey- | 
den Stof, en Maat. | Door | lacob Steendam. | t" Amsterdam, Gedrukt by Pieter 
Dirksz. Boetetnan. \ Voor den Autheur, zvoonende in de Pijl-steeg in Steendam, \ 
by de Warmoes-straat. 1 649. | — There are two issues of this volume, the jcb. copy 
having the following variation in the latter part of the imprint: Voor den Autheur, 
zvoonende voor an in de Pijl-steeg: \ by de Warmoes-straat. 1649. I 

Title of vol. 3: Den | Distelvink. | Darde Deel: Hemel-sang. ] VerVattende | 
Aartige, bedenkelijke- Vaarsen, | en Liedekens: so, van de Geboorte, | Lijden, 
Sterven, Begraving, Ver-rijsenis, en | Hemel-vaard lesu Christi: als andere | 
Goddelijke Treur, en Vreugde-Lof- | Sangen. Op, vele Rare, Oude, en | Nuwe 
Sang-konstige Tonen. | Dienstig voor alle bestredene, en strijdende Zielen, die sich 
in de God-saligheyd pogen te oeffenen. | Door Jacob Steendam. | t' Amsterdam, \ 
Voor Hendrick Doncker, Boeck-Verkooper in de \ Nieuzve-brugh-steeg in 't Stuur- 
mans Gereedschap, 1 650. | 

P. 165 in vol. 2 and p. 79 in vol. 3 are misnumbered 155 and 76 respectively. 
The Eu. copy described by Wegelin, and that at jcb. lack the index. 



STEENDAM. 



339 



A reduced facsimile of the title page of vol, i is included in Andrews' "Jacob 
Steendam," 1908. 

This collection of poems by the first poet of New Netherlands was published before 
his arrival in New Amsterdam. See Andrews' work, pp. 3-4, 6. 

[Steendam]. Klacht van Nieuw-Amsterdam, | in Nieuw- 
Nederlandt, | tot | Haar Moeder: | Van haar begin, wasdom en 
tegenwoor- | digen stand. | [At foot of sheet:] t' Amsterdam, \ 
By Pteter Dircks%. Boeteman, Boeck-drucker, of de Egelantiers- 
gracht. 1659. I Folio broadside. JCB. 91167 

Signed, "Jacob Steendam Noch vaster." Title supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. 
Reprinted with an English translation in Murphy's "Jacob Steendam," 1861. A 
translation is in Andrews' "Jacob Steendam," 1908. 

^ "An allegory in which New Amsterdam is personified as the daughter of the old 
city of Amsterdam, deserted by her mother and left to the kindness of her sponsors 
(The West India Co.), but nevertheless grown to be handsome and with rich prop- 
erty upon which her envious neighbors (the English) have allowed their swine to 
roam." — Stokes' "Iconography," vol. 4, 1922, p. 194. It is especially a plea for a 
iSuppIy of men to till the land. 

Steendam. 't Lof | Van | Nuw-Nederland. | Daar in, kort, en 
grondig word ange- | wesen d' uytmuntende hoedanigheden, die 
:het I heeft in de suyverheyt des Luchts, vruchtbaar- | heyt des 
Aardrijks, voort-teling des Vees, | overvloed des Wilds, en Visschen: 
met I de wel-gelegentheyt tot Schip- | vaard, en Koophandel. | 
Door I Jacob Steen-Dam | t^ Amsterdam, \ Voor Jacobus van der 
Fuyk: Boekver- \ koofer in de stll-steech Anno 166 1. | [Colo- 
phon:] t^ Amsterdam, \ Gedrukt by Pieter Dlrcksz. Boeteman, \ 
pf de Egelantiers-gracht. 1 66 1. | Small 4to, pp. (12). A in four, 
l^i^two. JOB., NYP. 91168 

Dedicated to Cornells van Ruyven, councillor and secretary of the Dutch West 
India Company. 

Reprinted with an English translation in Murphy's "Jacob Steendam," 1861. 
A translation is in Andrews' "Jacob Steendam," 1908. 

\ Steendam. Zeede-sangen | voor de | Batavische- | Jonkheyt: | 
|behelsende | verscheyden bedenkelijke, en stichtelijke | stofTen: op 
bekende, en vermake- | lijke Sang-toonen gepast: | door | Jacob 
;Steen-dam. | . . . | Batavia, \ by Pieter Walberger: Boek- \ drukker 
\en Letter- gieter, der E. Oost- \ Indise Comf: wonende in de 
'Prince- \ straet, in de Batavische Mercurius. \ [167 1.] 8vo, pp. 
(8), no. 91169 

Printed after Steendam's removal to Java, the work contains some poems relating 
to life in New Amsterdam. The dedication is dated 1671. Title from a photostat in 
SYP. of the title page of the Goelet copy. nyh. has a complete photostatic reproduc- 
jtion of that copy. 

i A poem by Steendam entitled "Prickel-Vaersen, aen de Liefhebbers van de Vokk- 
[Planting en Broederschap, op te rechten, by de Zuyd-Revier van Nieuw-Nederland 
{Spurring Verses, to the lovers of the colony and brothership, to be established on 
I 

I 
I 



340 STEENHOLDT. 

the South River of New-Netherland]" is included in Plockhoy's "Kort en klaer ont- 
werp," 1662. The poem is reprinted with an English translation in Murphy's 
"Jacob Steendam," 1861. A translation is in Andrews' "Jacob Steendam," 1908. 

For information as to Steendam, see H. C. Murphy's "Jacob Steendam," 1861, 
our no. 51464, vol. 12, reprinted with additions in his "Authology of New Nether- 
land," published as no. 4 of the Bradford Club Series in 1865. See also, Andrews' 
"Jacob Steendam," 1908, and the index to Stokes's "Iconography." 

Steenholdt (Wittus F[rederik]). Illerkuksamut imaloneet 
Illuarnermik ajokersout. Nuktersimasok Wittus F. Steenholdtimit. 
Noungnie. Nunnaf Nalegata Nakitterivlane Naklttat L. M0llerviity 
Irslgirsoralugo R. Berthelsen. i860. 8vo, pp. (4), 20, (2). 

y. 91 170 

Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. Consists of questions and answers in ethics. This 
and the two following titles are in the Eskimo language of Greenland. 

Steenholdt. Innub nangminek isumaliornera Gudib'lo tek- 
kotinera. Innuktut nuktersimafok Wittus Frederik Steenholdtimit. 
Kjobenhavnlme. 1 85 1. 8vo, pp. 75. Q^?! 

A religious tract. Title from the Pinart sale catalogue, 1883, no. 352. 

Steenholdt. Okalluktuaet Bibelimit pisimasut Kristumiudlo 
Apostelit kingorneesigut okalluktuarisaunerset tapusimavlune. 
Aglzeksimasut Kavlunait Pelleseesa illjennit, Balslevimit; nukter- 
simasut Wittus Frederik Steenholdtimit. Kj'dbenhavnime. nakktt- 
tarsimasut Bianco-Lunormt: 1854. i6mo, pp. (2), 136. 

H. 91172 

Bible stories. Title from Pilllng's "Bibliography of the Eskimo language," 1887. 
According to Pilling, Steenholdt was a native teacher. He died at Jakobshavn, 
Greenland, in 1862. 

Steenrod (Lewis). Speech of Hon. Lewis Steenrod, of Vir- 
ginia, on the bill No. 8, reported by the Committee of Ways and 
Means. Delivered in the House of Representatives, July 16, 1 84 1. 
[Washington. 1841.] 8vo, pp. 8. ba., c, cu. 91 173 

Caption title. Concerned with an appropriation for national defense. 

Steenrod. Speech of Mr. L. Steenrod, of Virginia, on extend- 
ing the banking institutions in the District of Columbia, delivered 
in the House of Representatives, July 2, 1840. Washington: 
Printed by Blair and Rives. 1 840. 8vo, pp. 7. CU. 91 174 

Steenrod. Speech of Mr. Steenrod, of Virginia, in Committee 
of the Whole, on the Bill making appropriation for the civil and 
diplomatic expenditures of the Government for the year 1 840. 
House of Representatives, April 17, 1840. [Washington. 1840.] 
8vo, pp. 16. c. 91 175 

Caption title. Supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 



STEENROD. 



341 



Steenrod. Speech of Mr. Steenrod, of Virginia, on the Bill 
naking Appropriations for the Civil and Diplomatic Expenses of 
^he Government for the Year 1841: delivered in the House of 
Representatives, February 18, 184 1. Washington: Blair & Rives, 
printers. 1841. 8vo, pp. 13, (i). c.,y. 91176 

j Title supplied by Anne S. Pratt. 

I Steenrod. Speech of Mr. Steenrod, of Virginia, on the bill to 
■efund General Jackson's fine. Delivered in the House of Repre- 
ientatives, January 8, 1844. [Washington. 1844.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

■ Caption title. Supplied by Iva A. Welsh. EM., C, WHS. QI 177 

I Steenrod. Speech of Mr. Steenrod, of Virginia, on the bill to 
I'epeal the "Act to provide for the collection, safe-keeping, transfer, 
jind disbursement of the public moneys." Delivered in the House 
|.f Representatives, August 9, 1 84 1. [Washington. 1841.] 8vo, 
,'P-8- C. 91 178 

I Caption title. Supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

I Steenrod. Speech of Mr. Steenrod, of Virginia, on the Tariff. 
in the House of Representatives, April 27, 1844. [Washington. 
^844.] 8vo,pp. 8. BM.,WHS. 91179 

• Caption title. Supplied by Iva A. Welsh. 

Steenrod. Speech of Mr. Steenrod, of Virginia, on the Tariff 
11. Delivered in the House of Representatives, June, 1842. 
[Washington. 1842.] 8vo, pp. 8. BM., c. 91180 

Caption title. Supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

[Steenwijk (G. van)]. . . . Milwaukee. [At head of title:] 
Dvergedruckt uit: De Recensent, Alg. Lett. Maandschrift. [Jm- 
terdam. 1851.] 8vo,pp. 16. whs. 91181 

Signed at the end: "G. van Steenwijk. Milwaukee, Wis. 12 April 1851.'' Title 
upplied by Iva A. Welsh. 

S[teere] (R[ichard]). The Daniel Catcher. | The | Life I 
3f the Prophet | Daniel: | in a | Poem. | To which is Added, | 
Larth's Felicities, Heaven's Allowances, | A Blank Poem. | With 
everal other Poems. | By R. S. | [Boston.] Printed in the Year 
713. 8vo, pp. (2), 90. AAS._,B., H. 91182 

Littlefield in his "Early Massachusetts Press," 1907, vol. 2, pp. 61-62, calls at- 
;ntion to the fact that in the "Boston News-Letter" of the week of August 17-2+, 
71 3j the work was advertised as Sold by Nicholas Boone at the Sign of the Bible 
t Cornhill. Littlefield also states that a typographical comparison with many pub- 
cations issued by various printers during that year seems to show that the printer 
as John Allen who is known to have printed for Boone. 

In the B. copy, which forms part of Thomas Prince's New-England Library, there 
VOL. XXIII, 22 



m 



342 STEERE. 

is an inscription in Prince's handwriting on verso of title: "This Book was wrote by 

Mr. R Steer of on Long Island, & Printed at in New England." 

A facsimile reprinted appears in Littlefield's "Early Massachusetts Press." 
For an earlier edition of the first poem with the author's name on the title page, 
see the following title: 

The I History | of the | Babylonish Cabal; | or | The | Intrigues, 
Progression, | Opposition, | Defeat, and | Destruction Of the 
Daniel-Catchers; | In a Poem. | By Richard Steere. | . . . | Lon 
don, I Printed for Richard Baldwin in the Old Bay ley. 1682. I 
4to, pp. (4),36. H. 91183 

Dedicated "To the Right Honourable Anthony Earl of Shaftesbury ..." 

Steere. A | Monumental | Memorial | of | Marine | Mercy | 
being | An Acknowledgment of an High Hand of | Divine Deliv- 
erance on the Deep | in the Time of distress, | in | A Late Voyage i 
from Boston in New-England | To London, Anno 1683. | In a 
Poem. By Richard Steere. | To which is added Another Occa- 
sioned by Several | Remarkable Passages happening at the Birth | 
of a Male Child on Board the same Ship | in her Voyage Returning 
1684. I By the same Author then a Passenger. | Printed at Boston 
in N ew-England by \ Richard Pierce for James Cowse Stationer \ 
Anno 1684. I 8vo, pp. (4), 12. M. 91 184 

A facsimile reprint is in Littlefield's "Early Massachusetts Press," vol. 2, 1907. 
NYP. has a photostatic reproduction. 

Steere (Thomas). Address at the Citizens' Celebration, Woon- 
socket, July 4, 1848. By Thomas Steere, Esq, Woonsocket: S.S. 
FosSyfrintery Main street. 1 848. 8vo, pp. 16. HEH. 91185 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

Steetz (W[illia]m). Instruction nautique sur les passages a 
I'lle de Cuba et au Golfe du Mexique, par le Canal de la Provi- 
dence et le Grand Banc de Bahama. Avec deux cartes. Par W*" 
Steetz, Ancien Officier de Marine, membre de la Legion d'Honneur, 
Cet ouvrage a obtenu I'assentiment de S. E. Ms^ le Ministre de la 
Marine et des Colonies, qui a bien voulu en encourager la publi- 
cation. Parisy Bechet AinSy Libraire-Editeury Quai des Augustins, 
No 57. 1825. [Verso of half-title:] Imfrimerie de Hu-zard- 
Courciery Rue du Jardinet, n° 12. i2mo, pp. (4), 59, "table des 
matieres" (i). 2 folded maps. 

BM., C.y HISP.SOC.AMER., NYH. 9I186 

Steffel (Matthaus). Tarahumarisches Worterbuch, nebst ein- 
igen Nachrichten von den Sitten und Gebrauchen der Tarahumaren 



STEGER. 



343 



in Neu-Biscaya in der Audiencia Guadalaxara im Vicekonigreiche 
Alt-Mexico oder Neu Spanien. Brilnn, lygi. 8vo. 91187 

A doubtful title from Ludewig's "Literature of American Aboriginal Languages," 
1858, pp. 1 81-182, and Trijbner's "Catalogue of Dictionaries and Grammars." Both 
may refer to the issue, with half title as above, with the exception of one hyphen, 
found in von Murr's "Nachrichten von verschiedenen Landern des Spanischen Amer- 
ika," vol. I, 1809, pp. 293-374. In this is an introductory letter from Steffel dated, 
"Brunn, den 28 Miirz, 1791." The latest edition of Backer gives the title with the 
word "Tarahumarisches" spelled "Trarahumarisches" and notes that it was "insere" 
in von Murr's compilation. 

i Steger (Ad.). Brasilien fiir deutsche und schweizerische Aus- 
wanderer. Lichtensteig. 1857. ^^o- BM. 91188 

Stehenson (P.)- The Hungarian Exile and His Adventures; 
idelivered to the free people of this glorious republic. By P. Stehen- 
son, late captain in Hungary's noble struggle for independence. 
Portland: Brown Thurstotij Steam Printer. 1855. I2mo, pp. 192. 

1 Title from Williamson. QIlSo 

I Steigel (Henry William). To be sold | by the subscriber, by 
iway of I Public Vendue, | on Tuesday the First day of June (if 
!not sold before by private sale) | the following tracts of land, forge, 
lots and houses, Viz. | . . . | [Signed:] Henry William Steigel. | 
{[At foot of sheet:] Lancaster: Printed by Francis Bailey y in 
\King's-Street, the North-side of the market. \ [1774.] Folio 
broadside. hsp. 91 190 

Date supplied from Evans. 

I Steiger (W[illia]m T.). Letter of Wm. T. Steiger, Esq., 
ate principal clerk of surveys in the General Land Office, to E. R. 
Mason, Esq., of St. Louis, Missouri. In relation to the outboundary 
ine of the town of St. Louis, as it existed on the 1 3th of June, 1 8 1 2, 
and the practice of the Land Department as to the survey and sale 
!)f islands in western rivers. {^Washington. 1857.] ^^O' cover 
dtle and pp. 22. B. 91 191 

; Dated on p. i: Washington, September 23, 1857. 

I Steilacoom, Wash. Library Association. Constitution, By- 
iaws, and Rules and Orders of the Steilacoom Library Association, 
kVashington Territory. Organized in March, 1858. Steilacoom,: 
"^rinted at the Puget Sound Herald Office, i860. l2mo, pp. 12. 

heh., nyp. 91 192 

i Stein (Albert). Letter to Samuel J. Peters, Esq., President of 
Ithe New Orleans' Chamber of Commerce, in relation to the Im- 
provement of the Navigation of the Mississippi River. By Albert 



344 STEIN (albert). 

Stein. Philadelphia: Printed by John Perry y S. E. corner of Second 
and Market Sts. 1841. 8vo, pp. 32. Folded map. 

B., C, HSP., NYH., WHS. QI I93 

Stein. Remarks on the improvement of the Lower Appomat- 
tox River, by Albert Stein. Mobile: From the Job Office Power 
Press oj the Evening News. 1854. 8vo,pp. 28. WHS. 9 11 94 

Title supplied by Annie A. Nunns. 

[Stein.] Remarks on the Supply of Water, to the City of 
Mobile. Mobile: Dade, Thompson ^ Co. Printers. 1 85 1. Svo, 
pp. 16. B. 91 195 

The B. copy has a presentation inscription from Albert Stein and his ms. signature 
at the end. 

Stein. Report on the improvement of the Mobile River and 
Bay. By Albert Stein. Under the direction of John J. Walker, 
Esq., Capt. W. F. Cleveland and C. P. Gage, Executive Commit- 
tee of the subscribers to said improvement. Mobile: Middleton, 
Harris ^ Co. Printers. 1855. ^^o, pp. 24. utex., whs. 91 196 

Title supplied by Annie A. Nunns. 

Stein (C[hristian] G[ottfried] D[aniel]). Handbuch der 
Geographie und Statistik fiir die gebildeten Stande begriindet durch 
Dr. C. G. D. Stein und Dr. Ferd. Horschelmann. Neu bearbeitet 
unter Mitwirkung mehrerer Gelehrten von Dr. J. E. Wappaus. 
Siebente Auflage. . . . Leipzig, Verlag der J. C. Hinrichs'schen 
Buchhandlung. 1855 [—1871]. 4 vols, in 9, 8vo. Tables. 

BM., C, NYP., PEAB., Y. 9II97 

The earlier editions of the Handbuch contain relatively small sections relating to 
America. In this seventh edition the parts with American interest are found in the 
first volume. The first and second parts of that volume were printed by E. A. Huth at 
the Universitatsbuchdruckerei in Gottingen, except for the titles and index which 
were printed by C. P. Melzer in Leipzig; the third and fourth parts were printed by 
Ackerman and Glaser in Leipzig. 

Each part has the general title printed on the verso of the first leaf, facing an indi- 
vidual one. 

Collation of vol. i : 4 parts, Svo, pp. (4), iii— vi, 222; (4), vii— xiv, 223—1049, (i)» 
ix, (i), 894, 891-1246; xiv, 1201-1898, (2), 1841-2164. 

Contents of vol. i: i. Abth. Handbuch der allgemeinen Geographie und Statistik. 
Von. Dr. J. E. Wappaus. 1855; 2 Abth. Handbuch der Geographie und Statistik von 
Nord-Amerika. Nebst einer allgemeinen Uebersicht von Amerika. Von Dr. J. E. 
Wappaus. 1855; 3. Abth. Handbuch der Geographie und Statistik des ehemaligen 
spanlschen Mittel- und Siid-Amerika nebst den europaischen Besitzungen. Von Dr. 
J. E. Wappaus. 1863-70; 4. Abth. Handbuch der Geographie und Statistik. Bra- 
silien, bearbeitet von Dr. J. E. Wappaus . . . Westindien und die Siidpolar-lander, 
bearbeitet von Dr. O. Delitsch. 1 871. 



STEIN (oswald). 345 

Stein (Oswald). Nach dreissig Jahren! Aus den Papieren 
eines jungen Amerikaners. Ein Familien-Roman . . . Leipzig. 
1859. 2 vols., 8vo. BM. 91198 

Both volumes contain two parts, each with a separate title-page and pagination. 

Steinbacher (N.). Discussion held in Lebanon, Pa. on Mon- 
day, Tuesday, and Wednesday, the 17th, i8th, and 19th of Oc- 
tober, 1842; between N. Steinbacher, of the Roman Catholic and 
J. F. Berg, of the Reformed Church. Philadelfhia. 1842. 8vo, 
PP- 123, (i). UTS. 9 II 99 

This version was evidently prepared by Berg, who stated in a final note that an 
earlier one had been issued previously by Steinbacher. 

Steinefer (J.). Florilegio Medicinal. Amsterdam, 17 12. See 
Esteyneffer (H. J. de), no. 23051, vol. 6. 

The initial "H" was an error, the author being Hermano [i.e. "Brother"] Juan de 
Esteyneffer, or rather Jean or Johann Steinefer. Medina doubts the existence of an 
Amsterdam edition of 1712, though listed in Puttick & Simpson's catalogue for the 
Isale of June 1-9, 1869, lot no. 580. The following brief title of the first edition is 
abridged from Medina's description of his own copy in his "Imprenta en Mexico," 
itio. 2317. 

Florilegio medicinal de todas las enfermedades, sacado de varios, y Clasicos Au- 
thores, para bien de los Pobres, y de los que tienen falta de Medicos, en particular 
para las Provincios Remotas, en donde administran los RR. PP. Missioneros de la 
Compania de Jesvs. Reducido a tres Libros: ... Escrito por el Hermano Jvan de 
jEsteyneffer, Coadjutor Reformado de la Sagrada Compania de Jesvs, y natural de 
jjilesia en el Reyno de Bohemia. Con licencia: En Mexico por los Herederos de 
^uan Joseph Guillena Carrascoso, en el Empedradillo. Aho de 1712. 4to, pp. (34), 
,|.57, verso blank, 458-522. 

I Backer also lists editions as follows: Amsterdam^ [1719^) JOhncrerar, nyp.; 
Madrid, [1729?], hisp.soc.amer.; "Quarta Impression," Madrid, 1732; Mexico, 
888-9. Leon's "Biblioteca botanico-mexicana," 1895, includes an edition of 
Madrid, 1 71 5. 

Steiner (Bernard Christian), ed. A History of the Plantation 
!)f Menunkatuck and of the Original Town of Guilford, Connec- 
icut, comprising the present Towns of Guilford and Madison, 
vritten largely from the manuscripts of the Hon. Ralph Dunning 
imyth, by Bernard Christian Steiner. Published by the Author. 
\^altimore. 1897. [Verso of title:] The Lord Baltimore Press. 
^he Friedenwald Company. Baltimore^ Md., U. S. A. 8vo, pp. 

38. AAS., CU., HSP., NYP. 91200 

As most of the works written or edited by B. C. Steiner fall in the period after 
lat now covered by this dictionary, the above to which a cross reference had been 
lade from Smyth, is the only one included. 

; Steiner (Johann Conrad). Die Herrliche | Erscheinung | des 
' Herrn Jesu | zum Allgemeinen | Welt-Gericht; | Samt | dessel- 
jcn Folgen | fiir die | Gerechten und Ungerechten, | auf die endlose 



346 STEINER (j. C). 

Ewigkeit: [ In Achtzehn Predigten, | Nach Anleitung der eigenen 
Worte des zukiinftigen | Richters Jesu, bey Matth. XXV. 31, u.s.f. 
I vorgestellet, | Und | wie zur Aufmunterung der Frommen, also 
zum I Schrecken und Erweckung der Gottlosen, | angepriesen von 
I Johann Conrad Steiner, | weyland Reformirten Prediger zu Phil- 
adelphia. I Nebst der | dem sel. Verfasser am Jten Julii des ver- 
flossenen Jahrs | gehaltenen Leichen-Rede; und Kurzen Nach- | 
richt von dessen Lebens-Umstanden. | Philadelfhiay | Gedruckt bey 
Henrich Miller y in der Zweyten Strasse, \ 1 763. | 8vo, pp. (8), 
478. AAS., C, JCB., NYP. 912OI 

Steiner. J. Conrad Steiner Ref. Pred. in Germantov^^n, Wach-i 
ter-Stimm aus den verw^iisteten Reformirten Sion in Pennsylvanien 
an dessen lehrer und Wacheter ins besonder und des gesamte noch : 
ins gemein. Germantown: Gedruckt bey Chr. Saur. 1752- 4to,i 
pp. 16. 91202 

In verse. Title from Hildeburn, and Seidensticker. 

Steiner. Schuldigstes | Liebes-und Ehren- | Denkmahl, 
Unserm weyland | Allergnadigsten und Glorw^iirdigsten Konige 
von Grossbritanien | Georg dem Zweyten, | nach Seiner Majestat 
todlichem Hinschiede, | so erfolgt den 25sten October 1760, | 
aufgerichtet | in der Hochdeutsch-Reformirten Gemeine zu Phila- 
delphia, I nach Anleitung | des Bildes Moses des Knechts des 
Herrn, | in einer | offentlichen Trauerrede, iiber die Worte Deut. 
34: 5, 7, 8. I von Johann Conrad Steiner, | Reformirten Prediger 
zu Philadelphia, | den ersten Februar, 176 1. | Philadelfhia, Ge- 
druckt und -zu finden bey Henrich Miller ^ in der Zweytenstrasse, 
im zweyten Hause auf der linken | hand von der Reesstrasse. 
[1761.] I Sq. 8vo, pp. 31. HSP. 91203 

Title from Hildeburn. 

Steiner (Lewis H[enry]). An Address at the Dedication of 
the Second Hall of the Goethean Literary Society, of Franklin and 
Marshall College, Lancaster, Pa., July 28, 1857, ^Y Lewis H. 
Steiner. a.m., m.d., (Graduate Member of the Society;) Professor 
of Chemistry, Maryland College of Pharmacy; Lecturer on Phys- 
ics and Chemistry, College of St. James; &c. Chambershurg, Pa: 
Printed by M. Kieffer fs? Co. 1857. 8vo, pp. 55. I 

AAS., B., BM., C, M., NYP. 912O4J 

Steiner. Oration before the Medical and Surgical Society oi 
Baltimore, at its fourth anniversary meeting, January 17, 1859, byi 



STEINER (l. H.). 347 

Lewis H. Steiner, m.d. Baltimore: Printed by J. D. Toy. 1859. 

8V0, pp. 22. BM., C, H., NYP., PEAB. 912O5 

Steiner. "The Utility of Colleges of Pharmacy." An Address 
by Prof. Lewis H. Steiner . . . before the Maryland College of 
Pharmacy, November 3, 1856. {^Baltimore. 1857.] ^^o, cover 
title, and pp. 3-23. aas., c, m., nyp., peab. 91206 

The place and date of printing are supplied from Quinan's "Medical Annals of 
Baltimore," 1884, p. 161. 

Steiner. Valedictory Address delivered at the Third Annual 

Commencement of the Maryland College of Pharmacy March 15, 

1859. By Lewis H. Steiner ... Baltimore: Printed by F. A. 

Hanzsche. 1 859. 8vo, pp. 21. 

AAS., BM., C, M., NYP., PEAB. 91207 

Steiner was the author of other historical, genealogical and medical works published 
after i860. 

Steinert (W.). Nordamerika vorziiglich Texas im Jahre 
1849. Reisebericht von W. Steinert. Ein Buch fvir Auswanderer, 
besonders fiir Auswanderungslustige. . . . Berlin. K. W. Kriiger's 
Verlagshandlung. {Schonhauser Allee Nr. 2.) 1 850. [Colo- 
phon:] Druck von A. M. Colditx in Juterbog. 8vo, pp. vi, 280, 
(l). nyp. 91208 

Steines (Friedrich). Erstes Uebungsbuechlein fuer Kinder 

welche schnell und gruendlich lesen lernen wollen. Von Friedrich 

Steines, Lehrer an der deutschen Volksschule in St. Louis, Missouri. 

\^t.Louis.'\ Gedruckt von Wilhelm Weber. 1 837. 9 1 209 

Title from Rusk's "Literature of the Middle Western Frontier," 1925, vol. 2, p. 45. 
In vol. I, p. 21, Rusk states that this is "said to have been the first German book 
printed in St. Louis." 

Steinhaur ([Henry]). Notice relative to the Geology of the 
Coast of Labrador. By the Rev. Mr. Steinhaur. From the Trans- 
actions of the Geological Society. London: Printed j or the Society 
by William Phillips, George Yard, Lombard Street. 1 8 14. 4to, 
op. (2), 7. H., P. 91210 

Steinhofer (Christian G.). Das ewige Evangelium oder 
^laubens-Lehre der Deutsch-Evangelischen Kirche zu Baltimore 
Md. Nord-Amerika. Uerausgegeben von ihrem Bischof Christian 
G. Steinhofer . . . Im Verlag des Verfassers, Philadelphia. Ge- 
iruckt bey Alexander Perrot. 1 834. I2mo, pp. 48. C. 912 1 1 
Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 



348 STEINHOWEL. j 

I 

[Steinhowel (Heinrich)]? Chronica Beschreibung. 1535. 
See no. 12957, vol. 4. HEH., NYP. j 

Harisse enters the above compilation under Steinhowel, with a query, but states I 
that he is under the impression that it is a later edition of that writer's Chronicle, an ' 
edition of which was published in Frankfort in 1531. In the preface of the 1535 
publication the printer, Egenolff, claims to have compiled it from the foremost 
historians. 

There are many errors in the numbering of the leaves, and the total is 139, instead 
of 137 as numbered. ' 

Steinmann (J.), fub. Souvenirs de Rio de Janeiro. See no. 

88693, vol. 22. AAS., HISP.SOC.AMER., NYP. 
Eight of the views were drawn by Steinmann himself. 

Steinmetz (Andrew). Tobacco: its History, Cultivation, Man- \ 
ufacture, and Adulterations. Its use considered with reference to its 
influence on the human constitution. By Andrew Steinmetz, Esq., f 
of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. London: Richard 
Bentleyy New Burlington Street. 1857. • • • [Verso of title:] 
London: Printed by W. Clowes and Sons, Stamford Street, and 
Charing Cross. l6mo, pp. xvi, 174, (2). Frontispiece, bm., c, 
H., NYP. + New Edition. London. 1857. 8vo. BM. 91212' 

Steinmetz. A Voice in Ramah ; or. Lament of the Poor Afri- 
can, a Fettered Exile, afar from his fatherland. A Poem, in five 
cantos, by Andrew Steinmetz. . . . London: Harvey and Dartoriy 
Gracechurch-street. 1 842. [Verso of title:] London: Printed by 
Josefh Richer by, Sher bourn Lane. l6mo, pp. xxx, 340. 

BM., NYH., NYP. 91213 

Steinmetz was the author of a "History of the Jesuits," editions of which were 
published in both London and Philadelphia in 1848, and of a number of works issued 
after i860. 

Steinthal (S. Alfred). American Slavery. A Sermon, 
preached at Christ Church Chapel, Bridgwater, on Sunday, May 
the First, 1853. ^7 ^^ ^^^* S* Alfred Steinthal. Bridgwater 
\^Eng.'\: Pnnted by J. Whitby, Cornhill. [1853.] i2mo, pp. 
26. NYP., c. 91214 

Stella (Benedetto). II Tabacco j Opera | di D. Benedetto 
Stella I da Civita Castellana m.d.s.b. [ Nella quale si tratta dell' 
Origine, Historia, | Coltura, Preparatione, Qualita, Na- | tura. 
Virtu, & Vso I in Fvmo, in Polvere, | in Foglia, in Lambitivo, | et 
in Medicina | Delia pianta volgarmente detta, | Tabacco | Si dis- 
corre degl'vtili ch'arreca moderatamente pre- | so, de i danni 
ch'apporta smoderatamente | vsato, e qual sia il vero, e legitime | 



STELLA. 



349 



modo di prenderlo. | Trattato | Naturale, Medico, Morale, e Curi- 
oso. I In Roma, Per Filipfo Maria Mancini 1669. | Con Licen-z.a 
de' Svferiori. \ Small 410, pp. (32), 480, including full page illus- 
trations, f-ft in eights, A-Z in eights, Aa-Gg in eights. 

BM., C, H., HISP.SOC.AMER. 9 12 I 5 
P. 43 is niispaged 34. In the hisp.soc.amer. copy, sheet K, pp. 145-160, is lacking. 

Stella (Giulio Cesare). J. C. Stellae Nob. Rom. Columbei- 
dos, libri priores duo. Londhii: Afud J. Wolfium. 1585. 410. 

BM., BODLEIAN. -\- Lugduni. I585. 4tO. BM. 91216 

Without pagination. The second issue listed does not have the dedication. 
A poem on the life and discoveries of Columbus, edited by J. Castelvetri. 

Stella. Ivlii | Caesaris Stellae | Nobilis Romani | Colvmbeidos | 
Libri Priores Duo. | Ad Philippvm Avstrivm | Philippi II. Regis 
Cath. F. I Hispaniarvm et Indiarvm | Principem. | Svperiorvm 
Permissv. | Romae, \ Afud Sancttum, ^ Soc. \ m.d.xic. | 4to, pp. 
(8), 67. t in four, A-H in fours, I in two. c, nyp. + [Same 
imprint.] m d xc. 4to, pp. (8), 67, (i). c, h., jcb. 91217 

Steller (G[eorg] W[ilhelm]). G. W. Steller's | ehemal. 
Adjunkts der kays. Akademie der Wissenschaften | zu St. Peters- 
burg I Reise | von | Kamtschatka | nach | Amerika | mit dem | 
Commandeur-Capitan Bering. | Ein Pendant zu dessen Beschrei- 
bung von Kamtschatka. | St. Petersburg, \ bey Johann Zacharias 
Logan, \ 1793- I 8vo, pp. (4), 3-133. BM., c, jcb., NYP. 91218 

Edited by P. S. Pallas. Also issued in Pallas' "Neue nordische Beytrage," vol. s, 
i793> PP- 129-236, and vol. 6, 1793, pp. 1-26. 

The c, JCB. and nyp. copies are all bound with Schelechof's "Erste und zweyte 
Reise von Ochotsk," and Tschitschagow's "Reise nach dem Eissmeer." The three 
works were probably issued together, since they were all published by Logan in 1793. 

An abridgement of this and the author's "Beschreibung von . . . Kamtschatka" was 
issued in 1926 as vol. 16 of "Alte Reisen und Abenteuer." 

Stelzig (Ignaz Alfons). Der Granzbauer und der Kohlen- 
Toni in Amerika. Ein Bild aus dem Leben der Auswanderer fur 
solche, welche noch daheim sind. Regensburg. 1856. 8vo. BM. 
j+ Zweite, verbesserte Auflage. Regensburg. 1867. 8vo. 
■ BM. 91219 

Eene Stem uit Suriname in het belang der negerslaven. Onder- 
|Zoekt en oordeelt. Utrecht: J. G. Broese. 1855. 8vo. 91220 

j Title from "Brinkman's Catalogus . . . 1850-1882." 

I Stempelius (Ger[ardus Goudanus]). Utriusque Astrolabii 
jtam particularis quam universalis fabrica et usus, sine ullius retis, 
laut dorsi adminiculo studio et industria Ger. Stempelii et Adr. 



350 STENBERG. 



Zelstii. (Universalis Astrolabii facilis depingendi modus.) Leodii, ; 
tyfis Christiani Ouverx. i6o2. 4to, 3 pts. BM., bodleian 91221 

Title from the bm. and bodleian printed catalogues. Imprint filled out from the ' 
advertisement of a copy offered for sale at Ludwig Rosenthal's Antiquariat, Munich, ! 
in a typewritten circular dated October 14, 1927. The collation of this copy was as ; 
follows: 8 representations of the astrolabe, one map, astronomical and geographical 
tables, 8 unnumbered leaves, pp. 40, 40, 99, (4), 6 unnumbered leaves. 1 

Stenberg. See Steenberg. j 

Stenhouse (T[homas] B. H.) Les Mormons (Saints des j 
Derniers-jours) et leurs ennemis. Reponse a divers ouvrages pub- 1 
lies contre le mormonisme par MM. Guers, Favez, A. Pichot, j 
Comte de Gasparin, etc. Par T.-B.-H. Stenhouse, president desl 
missions Suisse et italienne de I'Eglise de Jesus-Christ des Saints desi! 
Derniers-jours. ... Lausanne. Imfrimerie Larfln et Coendoz.w 

1854. I2mo, pp. (4), vii, 207. H., WHS. 9I222!| 

Stenhouse also published the "Rocky Mountain Saints," New York, 1873, aas., ^j 
c, NYP., WHS., of which there were later issues, one with the copyright date, 1900. -I 
The author's wife, Mrs. Fanny Stenhouse, wrote an "Expose of Polygamy in Utah.j^ 
A Lady's Life among the Mormons," New York, 1872, reissued several times under! 
different titles. I 

Stennett (Joseph). The Groans of a Saint, under the burden i 
of a mortal body. A Sermon preached at the funeral of John I 
Belcher [of New England]. London. 1695. 8vo. bm. 91223 j 

Stennett (Samuel). The great Duty of propagating the Truth \ 
[considered and recommended: | in a | Sermon, | preached at | j 
Salters-Hall, April 12th, 1776. | Before | the Correspondent Board 1 
in London | of the | Society in Scotland | (Incorporated by Royal | 
Charter) | for | Propagating Christian Knowledge | In the High- \ 
lands and Islands, | and for | Spreading the Gospel | Among the j 
Indians in America. | By Samuel Stennett, d.d. | Published at the j 
Request of the Society and their | Correspondent Board in London, j 
I London: \ Printed for W . Strahan, Printer to the Society; and to { 
be I had from T. Cadelly and J . Donaldson, in the Strand; \ J. j 
Bucklandy Pater-noster-Row ; and G. Keith, Grace- \ Church-^ 
street. 1776. | 8vo, pp. (4), 35. nyh. 912241 

Stennett. National Calamities the Effect of | Divine Displeas-:| 
ure. I A I Sermon, | preached in | Little Wild-Street, | near | i 
Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, | on occasion of the | General Fast, | Febru- j 
ary 21, 1781. | By | Samuel Stennett, d.d. | London: \ Printed for 
J. Bucklandy in Pater-noster-Row ; \ G. Keith, in Gracechurch- 
Street; and J. Rohson, \ in New Bond-Street. \ {Price sixfence.) \ 
[1781.] 8 vo, pp. (4), 41, verso blank, ( I ). ba. 91225 



STENOGRAPHIC. 351 

! Stenographic Reporter. c, h.(law), nyba., nyh. 91226 

Because of a reference from M'Leod (Alexander), Trial, no. 43S31, vol. 11, to 
"Stenographic Reporter," the following title is entered here: 

I Gould's Stenographic Reporter; published monthly, in the city of Washington, and 
I devoted to the recording of important trials, for treason, murder, highway robbery, 
mail robbery, conspiracy, riot, arson, burglary, seduction, etc. also miscellaneous 
speeches of American statesmen, in Congress and state legislatures; lawyers and 
judges in the Supreme Court of the United States and individual states; political ad- 
dresses, orations, lectures upon arts, sciences, literature, and morals. Vol. II. 1841. 
(13 Sheets, Periodical.) This work is published and sent through the mail, in monthly 
numbers of 64 pages, — making two volumes a year, of 384 pages each . . . Address 
Gould's Reporter, Washington City, D. C. 8vo, pp. 416. 

Title on board covers: The Trial of Alexander McLeod, for tlie murder of Amos 
Durfee, at the burning and destruction of the steamboat Caroline, by the Canadians, 
December 29th, 1837. Reported by Marcus T. C. Gould, Stenographer, assisted by 
H. Fowler, Esq. Stenographer of Canada. Published by Gould, Banks & Co., New 
York, and William A. Gould & Co., Albany, Nov. I, 1841. . . . 

Caption title on p. [3]: — Stenographic Reporter. Vol. II. — 1841. Nos., I, 2, 3, 
4, 5, 6. Prospectus to the first volume of Gould's Stenographic Reporter, a mondily 
periodical, published in Washington City, D. C. 

No copy of vol. I, which may have had the title beginning "Stenographic Re- 
porter," is located in the Union List of Serials. The supplement to the latter locates 
copies of vol. 2. 

Stenson (William). William Stenson, | At his Grocery-Store, 
in Market-Street, Baltimore, | Has for Sale, on reasonable Terms, | 
Wines, Spirits, and other Liquors, of the first | Quality, with an 
extraordinary, and extensive Assortment of | Groceries, &c. &c. &c. 
I [At foot of sheet:] {Baltimore: Printed by William God dard.) 
[1784.] 4to broadside. heh. 91227 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. 

Stenstrom (Haquinus). Dissertatio Historica, De America, 
Norvegis ante tempora Columbi adita, Quam Cons. Ampl. Phil. 
Ord. in Reg. Acad. Lund, pr^eside Nic. Henr. Sjoborg, Histor. 
Professore Reg. & Ord. Reg. Acad. Music. Holm. & Societ. Litt. 
Scand. Hafn. Membro, pro Laurea Publico Examini subjicit auctor 
Haquinus Stenstrom, Smolandus, Die xvii Junii A. mdccci. Lun- 
d(e ytyf is Berlin gianis. [1801.] Small 4to, pp. 14. 

NYH., NYP. 91228 

Stephan (Marten). See [Vehse (Karl Eduard)]. 

Stephanini (J.). The Narrative of J. Stephanini, a native of 
Arta, in Greece. Published with the view to aid in his return to his 
own country, to relieve from slavery a large and suflFering family. 
Charleston: Printed by James S. Burges, No. 44 Queen-street. 
1829. i2mo, pp. 108. 91229 

Title supplied by the Aldlne Book Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Copyrighted in 
April, 1829. 



352 STEPHANINI. 

Stephanini. The Personal Narrative of the Sufferings of J. 
Stephanini, [Name in Greek follows.] A Native of Arta, in 
Greece: Including Accounts of the capture of Patras — of some 
of the principal events of the Greek Revolution — of some of the 
most conspicuous characters which have been developed by those 
events; of the manners, customs, and religion of the Albanians, 
Turks, Egyptians, and Bedouin Arabs. Published with a view to 
enable him to return to his own country, and to release from 
slavery a large and suffering family. New York: V anderfool & 
Cole, Printers. 1829. i2mo, pp. 132. aas., nyp., Y. 91230 

Copyrighted in July, 1829. 

De Stephanische Landverhuizing. See [Vehse (Karl Eduard)]. 

Stephanus (Josephus Valentinus). Ad Sixtum V., Philippi 11. 
Hispaniarum et Indiarum regis catholici nomine, obedientiam prje- 
stante Jo. Fernandez de Velasco, oratio. Romcp. 1586. 4to. : 
BODLEIAN. + Romae. 1587. 4to. bodleian. 91 231 

Contains allusions to America. 

Stephen, fseud, A night in Charleston. By Stephen. Copy 
right secured in tlie District Clerk's Office for South Carolina. 
1 66th edition. Printed and fublished by subscription, in an omnibus, 
near the Forks oj the road. [n. f.^ 1853. 8vo,pp. 16. c. 91232 

Stephen (Sir George). Antislavery Recollections: in a Series 
of Letters, addressed to Mrs. Beecher Stowe, written by Sir George 
Stephen, at her request. London: Thomas Hatchard, 187, Picca- 
dilly. 1854. [Verso of title:] London: G. J. Pal-mer, Savoy 
Street, Strand. i6mo, pp. xii, 258. 

B., BA., BM., H., NYH., NYP. 91233 

Stephen. A Letter from Sir George Stephen to Sir E. F. Bux- 
ton, Bart., M.P., on the Proposed Revival of the English Slave 
Trade. London: Simfkin, Marshall, and Co. 1 849. 8vo, pp. 16. 

BM., c. 91234 

An article by Stephen containing facts connected with slavery, reprinted from the 
"Northampton Mercury" was Included in Lord Denman's "Uncle Tom's Cabin, Bleak 
House, Slavery and Slave Trade," London editions of 1852 and 1853. He was also 
the author of "A memoir of the late James Stephen," his father, Brighton, Victoria, 
1875. 

[Stephen (James)]. Buonaparte in the West Indies; or, The 
History of Toussaint Louverture, the African Hero. London: 
Printed for J. Hatchard, Bookseller to Her Majesty, No. 1 90, 
Piccadilly ; of whom- may be had, an extensive assortw^ent of fatri- 



STEPHEN (jAMEs). 353 

\)iic fublications . Printed by J . Brettell, Great Windmill Street y 
'iaymarket. 1803. . . . 8vo, pp. l6, l6, l6. B., C, H., NYP. 91235 

i Issued originally in three parts, each with a separate title page, on which the im- 
irints vary slightly. Evidently there was a demand for the work during the process 
'f publication, and there were at least three editions printed of the separate parts. 
I'omplete copies sometimes include later editions of the parts, e.g. parts I and 3 of 
he c. copy, are from the third and second editions respectively, and the nyp. copy 
as part 3 from the third edition. 

For other editions of London, 1803, and Dublin, 1804, see under subject, Louver- 
'jre (T.), no. 42349, vol. 10; also no. 42352, for an edition with title, "The His- 
ory of Toussaint Louverture," Londori, 1814. The latter edition is located at aas., 
.'., c, H., and NYP. For another 1814 edition, see below. History. 

The 1803 edition is attributed by Cundall to James Stephen, and that of 1 8 14 is 
ntered under his name in Watt. Hali<ett and Laing, without giving authority, at- 
i-ibute to M. D. Stephens. 

[ [Stephen.] The Crisis of the Sugar Colonies. See no. 17530, 

rol. 5. B., BA., C, CU., H.J HEH., M., NYH., NYP., UCAL., Y. 

j Attributed to James Stephen in Leslie Stephen's "Life of Sir James Fitzjames 
Itephen," 1895, p. 18. 

' [Stephen.] The Dangers of the Country. Se^ no. 18487, vol. 5. t*^^^ 

j'irst edition, Londony 1 807. B., BA., bm., c, CU., h., m., nyp., ^^ '^ 

FTS., WLC, Y. — Second edition, Low^ow, 1807. BA., BM., c, nyh., r'afp 

"YP., WLC. — Philadelfhia, 1807. AAS., B., c, H., M., nyp., p., y. \Jt "% f 

I For a continuation, see "New Reasons, l)elow. -^ - % , w 

I Stephen. A Defence of the Bill for the Registration of Slaves, 
'y James Stephens Esq. in letters to William Wilberforce Esq. m.p. 
Letter the First. London: Printed for J, Butterworth mid Son, 
Heet-Street ; and J. Hatchardy Piccadilly. 1816. [Verso of half- 
tie:] A. Strahany Printers-Streety London. 8vo, pp. (4), 50. B., 
M., CU., nyh., nyp., y. + Letter the Second. [Same imprints 
(nd date.] 8vo, pp. (4), 218. BM., nyp. 91236 

\See also, Marryat (Joseph), no. 4470S, vol. 11. 

I Stephen. England Enslaved by her own Slave Colonies. An 
.ddress to the Electors and People of the United Kingdom. By 
iames Stephen, Esq. London: Printed by Richard Taylor, Shoe- 
me; for Hatchard and Son, Piccadilly ; and J . and A . Archy Corn- 

Ul. 1826. 8V0, pp. (4), 91, (l). B., BM., C, CU., H., M., NYH., 

|eab., y. 4" Second edition. [Same imprint and date.] 8vo, pp. 

j8. BM., CU., H., NYP., Y. 91237 

Improved title of no. 22590, vol. 6. For a reply, see the "West India Question 
'actically considered." 

i 

i Stephen. Extracts from a West India Plantation Journal, kept 
1/ the Manager : shewing the Treatment of the Slaves and its Fatal 



354 STEPHEN (jAMES.) j 

Consequences. (Reprinted from Volume Second, recently pub-} 
lished, of Mr. Stephen's Work, entitled, "The Slavery of the British i 
West India Colonies delineated, as it exists both in Law and Prac-I 
tice.") [Colophon:] London: Printed by S. Bagstevj Jun. 14,! 
Bartholomew Close. [1830?] 8vo, pp. 12. B., ba. + [Another | 
edition . . . (Reprinted from the Second Volume of Mr. Stephen's j 
Work...). Same imprint. 1830?] 8vo, pp. 8. ¥.912381 

[Stephen.] The History of Toussaint Louverture. A Ne-wj 
Edition, with a Dedication to his Imperial Majesty the Emperor of 1 
all the Russias. \_London,'\ 1814. 8vo, pp. 31 1-367. NYP.91239I 

Forms part of no. 8 of the "Pamphleteer," vol. 4, 1 8 14. For earlier editions, seA 
Buonaparte in the West Indies, above. i 

I 

[Stephen.] New Reasons for abolishing the Slave Trade; be-! 
ing the last section of a larger work, now first published, entitledlj 
"The Dangers of the Country." By the Author of "War in Dis-'i 
guise." London: Printed for J. Butterworth, Fleet-Street; and /.' 
Hatchardy Piccadilly. 1 807. [Verso of title:] Printed by G.j 
Woodjally Paternoster-row. \_Colofhon:'\ R. Edwards, Printer, i 
Crane Court, Fleet Street. 8vo, pp. 67. \ 

BM., nyh., nyp., y. 91240I 

[Stephen.] Observations on the Speech of the Hon. John Ran-| 
dolph. Representative for the State of Virginia, in the General Con-i 
gress of America: on a motion for the non-importation of British; 
merchandize, pending the present dispute between Great-Britain, 
and America. By the Author of War in Disguise. {London^' 
Printed.^ New-York: Re-frinted for E. Sargeant, Wall-Street,' 
offosite the Bank of the United States. S. Gould, Printer. l8o6.j 
8vo, pp. 43. 1 

AAS., B., BA., C, CU,, H., HEH., M., NYP., P., WHS., WLC, Y. 9124I 

Also issued as an introduction to the London editions of Randolph's Speech, our 
no. 67839, vol. 16. 

[Stephen,] The Opportunity; or. Reasons for an Immediate 
Alliance with St. Domingo. See no. 57413, vol. 14. c, heh., nyp. 

[Stephen.] Reasons for establishing a Registry of Slaves in the 
British Colonies. London: 1 8 14. 8vo, pp (2), 35-85. 

h. 91242 

Forms part of vol. 7, 18 16, of the "Pamphleteer," and vv^as evidently also issued 
separately. At the foot of the title are the signature marks for that volume. 

Attributed to Stephen by Leslie Stephen in Diet. Nat. Biog-. 

For an 1815 edition, see no. 68265, vol. 16. bm., nyp. 

For "observations" on Stephen's writings and the Registry Bill, see Colonist, 
■pseud., no. 14726, vol. 4. 



, STEPHEN (jAMEs). 355 

Stephen. The Slavery of the British West India Colonies De- 
lineated, as it exists both in law and practice, and compared with the 
slavery of other countries, antient and modern. By James Stephen, 
I Esq. . . . London: Printed jar Joseph Buiterworth and Son, 43. 
Fleet-Street. 1824 [-1830.] [Colophon:] London: Printed by 
A. ^ R. Sfotiiswoode, New-Street-Square. 2 vols., Svo, pp. (6), 
iii-lxxv, 480; (2), vii, verso blank, xi-xliv, 452, and errata slip 
pasted on p. I . 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, H., NYH., NYP., WHS., Y. 9I243 
Imprint of vol. 2: London: Printed for Saunders and Beaming, {Successors to J. 
Butterworth and Son,) 43, Fleet-street; and J. Hatchard and Son, 187, Piccadilly, 
1830. [Verso of title:] London: Printed by Littletvood and Co. Old Bailey." 
j AAS., B. and WHS. lack vol. 2. 
I For replies, see Barclay (A.), no. 3352, vol. i, and "West India Slavery." 

I Stephen. The Speech of James Stephen, Esq. at the Annual 
I Meeting of the African Institution, at Free-Masons' Hall, on the 
26th March, 1 8 1 7. Published at the request of His Royal Highness 
Ithe Duke of Gloucester, the President of that Society. London: 
, Printed for J. Butterworth and Son^ Fleet-Street ; and J. Hatchardy 
\Piccadilly. 18 1 7. [Verso of title:] Printed by A. Strahan, Printers- 
Street, London. Svo, pp. 56. BM., CU., NYH., NYP., PEAB. 91244 
I See also Marryat (Joseph), no. 44706, vol. 11. 

1 Stephen. The Speech of James Stephen, Esq. in the debate in 
Ithe House of Commons, March 6, 1809, on Mr. Whitbread's Mo- 
, tion relative to the late overtures of the American Government: 
j with supplementary remarks on the Recent Order in Council. Lon- 
:don: Printed for J. Butterworth, Fleet-Street; and J. Hatchard, 

Piccadilly. 1809. [Verso of title :] Printed by Richard Taylor and 

Co., Shoe-Lane, London. Svo, pp. iv, 126. 

BA., C, CU., H., HEH., M., NYH., NYP., WLC, Y. 91245 

I [Stephen.] War in Disguise; or, the Frauds of the Neutral 
Flags. London: Printed by C. Whittingham, Dean Street; and 

■ sold by J. Hatchard, Piccadilly. 1805. Svo, pp. iv, 215. B., ba., 

iBM., c, H., HEH., WLC, Y. + The Second Edition. London: 
Printed by C. Whittingham, Dean Street; and sold by J. Hatchard, 

\Piccadilly ; and J. Butterworth, Fleet-Street. 1 805. Svo, pp. vii, 

I252. AAS., BA,, C, CU., H., HEH., NYH., NYP., WLC, Y. + The 

j Third Edition. [Same imprint.] 1806. Svo, pp. viii, 252. c, cu., 
H., HEH., WLC, Y. + The Fourth Edition. [Same imprint and 
date.] 8vo, pp. xix, 124, 129-224, 221-252. BA., BM., c, CU., 

iH., HEH., NYP., WLC, Y. -\- The Fifth Edition. London: Printed 
for J. Hatchard, 190, Piccadilly ; and J. Butterworth, Fleet-Street. 



356 STEPHEN (jAMEs). 

1807. [Colophon:] C. Whittingham, Printer, Dean Street. 8vo, 
pp. (4), iii-xxiv, 124, 129-224, 221-252. 

CU., HEH., NYP., WLC, Y. 91246 

Attributed to James Stephen in Leslie Stephen's "Life of Sir James Fitzjames 
Stephen," 1895, p. 19. 

According to the preface of the second edition, the appendix was also sold sepa- 
rately for the convenience of the purchasers of the first edition. The ba. copy of the 
first edition has bound with it the appendix of the second, pp. 221—252. 

Half title of the fifth edition: Frauds of the Neutral Flags; or, War in Disguise. 

The American editions are entered below. 

[Stephen.] War in Disguise; or, the Frauds of the Neutral 
Flags. London, Printed: New-York: Re-Printed by Hofkins 6? 
Seymour, for I. Riley and Co. New-York; Hugh Maxwell, Phila- 
delfhia; Anderson and Jeffries, Baltimore ; Samuel C. Carf enter, 
Charleston, S. C. and John West, Boston. January, 1 806. 8vo, 

pp. (2), V-vi, (2), 215. AAS., B., BA., C, CU., H., HSP., M., 

MINNHS., NYP., PEAB., WHS., WLC, Y. + Nezv-York: Printed 
for, and fublished by, E. Morjord, Charleston, S. C. 1806. 8vo, 
pp. (2), V— vi, (2), 215. HEH. -|- Second American Edition. Lon- 
don, Printed: New-York: Refrinted by George Forman, for /. 
Riley and Co. And Sold by /. Riley <y Co. No. I , City-Hotel, New- 
York; Samuel P. Bradford, Philadelfhia ; [etc. booksellers in ten 
other cities.] February, 1 806. 1 2 mo, pp. (2), v— vi, (2), 9—228. 

AAS., BA., BM., H., HSP., M., NYP., WLC. 9 1 247 

Reprinted, London, 1917. h., wlc, y. 

The work elicited: La Paix en apparence. . . . Ou Considerations . . . sur les veri- 
tables interets de la Grande-Bretagne relativement aux puissances neutres. Tradult 
de I'allemand. Londres. 1806. ba., bib.nat. Signed: "Cosmopolis." We have not 
located the German version. 

See also [Morris (G.)], no. 50827, vol. 12, and "War without Disguise." 

Stephen. West-Indian Pretensions Refuted; being an extract 
from the Preface of a Work, entitled The Slavery of the British 
West-India Colonies delineated, as it exists in law and practice, and 
compared with the slavery of other countries, ancient and modern, 
by James Stephen, Esq. London: Printed by Ellerton and Hen- 
derson, Gough Square; for the Society for the Mitigation and Grad- 
ual Abolition of Slavery throughout the British Dominions. 1 824' 
8vo, pp. 24. B., CU., H.,Y. 91248 

For an "Answer to the Letters of James Stephen, Esq. respecting the Crown Estates 
in the West-Indies, published in the Courier, under the Signature of 'Truth,' " see 
Marryat (Joseph), no. 44704, vol. 11. 

Stephen Grellet. . . . [Burlington, N. /.?] 1856. 8vo, pp. 16. 

AAS., NYP., 91249 

Caption on p. 3 : Testimony of Burlington Monthly Meeting (held ist mo. loth, 
1856), concerning our Beloved Friend Stephen Grellet, deceased. 



STEPHENS (aBEDNEGO). 357 

Stephens. See also Stevens. 

Stephens (A[bednego]). Address to the Alumni Society of 
Nashville University, on the influence of institutions for high letters 
Dn the mental and moral character of the nation, and the obligations 
Df government to endow and sustain them. By Rev. A. Stephens, 

Professor of Languages in the University Nashville, T. Printed 

by B. R. McKennie, at the ''Nashville Whig" and Steam Press 
Office. 1838. 8vo,pp. 39. BA., GTS., nyh.,nyp. 91250 

Stephens (Alexander H[amilton] ). Address of Hon. Alexan- 
der H. Stephens, before the Fev^^ and Phi Gamma Societies of Emory 
College, Oxford, Ga., on Commencement Day, July 21, 1852. 
. . Washington: Printed by John T. Towers. 1852. 8vo,'pp. 16. 

h. 91251 

Stephens. Address of Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, of Georgia, 
)efore the Maryland Institute in Baltimore, on the evening of 'the 
:3d February, 1852, in commemoration of the birth-day of Wash- 
igton. Washington: Printed by Jno. T. Towers. 1852. 8vo, 
P* ^4- nyh. 91252 

Stephens. Admission of Oregon. Speech of Hon. Alexander 
I. Stephens, of Georgia, in the House of Representatives, February 
2,1859. [Colophon:] Printed at the Congressional Globe Oj- 
'ce, {Washington. 1859.] 8vo, pp. 8. B., c, nyh. 91253 

Caption title. 

Stephens. The Constitution — Wisdom, Justice, Moderation. 
)ur National Affairs. Speeches, letters, etc., by distinguished Geor- 
ians. Read and Circulate. Speech of Hon. A. H. Stephens, at 
lilledgeville, on the 14th of November, i860, {n.f. i860.?] 
vo, pp. 45. UP., WHS. 91254 

Improved title of no. 271 11, vol. 7. The first 18 pp. contain Stephens' speech. 

Stephens. . . . Extracts from the Speech of the Hon. Alex. H. 
tephens, delivered at Appling, (Ga.,) on the nth July 1855. 
With other documents) \New Orleans: Printed at the Office 
^ the Louisiana C ourier . 1855.] 8vo, pp. 16. c. 91255 

Caption title. Campaign document no. i, issued by the Democratic State Central 
immittee of Louisiana. 

Stephens. Georgia and Ohio again. Speech of Mr. Stephens 
. . in reply to Mr. Campbell, of Ohio, delivered in the House of 
epresentatives, January 15, 1855. Washington: Printed at the 
ongressional Globe Office. 1855. 8vo, pp. 14. 

AAS., B., C, DERENNE, H., UTEX. 91256 
VOL. XXIII. 23 



358 STEPHENS (ALEXANDER H.). 

Stephens. Homestead Bill — the State of Parties — and the Pres- 
idency. Speech of Hon. A. H. Stephens, ... on the State of the 
Country. Delivered in the House of Representatives, April 27, 
1852. Washington: Printed by Jno. T. Towers. 1852. 8vo, pp. 

16. B., BA., DERENNE., WHS. 91257 

Stephens. Impeachment of Judge Watrous. Speech of Hon. 
Alexander H. Stephens, ... in the House of Representatives, De- 
cember 15, 1858. [Colophon:] Printed at the Congressional' 
Globe Office. [1858.] 8vo, pp. 7. H. 91258 

Caption title. j 

Stephens. Kansas Contested Election. Speech of Hon A. H.ii 
Stephens . . . delivered in the House of Representatives, March 11, ' 
1856, on the resolution from the Committee of Elections asking for 1 
power to send for persons and papers in the Kansas Election Case.'j 
\Washington: Printed at the Office of the Congressional GloheJ\ 
1856.] 8vo, pp. 8. c, H., WHS. 91259' 

Caption title. j 

Stephens. Kansas — Nebraska — the recent elections. Speech of l 
Hon. A. H. Stephens, of Georgia, delivered in House of Represen- i 
tatives, December 14, 1854, in reply to the remarks of Mr. Mace,J 
of Indiana, on giving notice of his intention to introduce a bill to ! 
restore the Missouri Compromise. [Colophon:] Printed at the ^ 
Cong^-essional Globe Office. [Washington. 1 854.] 8vo, pp. 8. i 

Caption title. Supplied by Annie A. Nunns. UTEX., WHS. 91260 | 

Stephens. The Lecompton Constitution. In the House of Rep- ! 
resentatives, March lo, 1858. Mr. Stephens . . . from the Select' 
Committee of Fifteen, made the following Report. [ Washington, j 

1858.] 8V0, pp. 16. AAS., BA. 912611 

Caption title. 

Stephens. The Neutrality Laws. Speech of Hon A. H. Steph-| 
ens ... in the House of Representatives, January 13, 1858, on the! 
Neutrality Laws and the arrest of General Walker by Commodore j 
Paulding. [Washington: Printed at the Congressional Globe Oj-\ 
fice. 1858.] 8vo,pp. 7. C, H. 912621 

Caption title. j 

Stephens. Speech of Hon. Alex. H. Stevens, delivered at the;j 
City Hall Park, Augusta, Georgia, on Saturday Evening, Septembers 
1,1860. [Colophon:] For sale by Bingham & Doughty, Indian- ^ 
afolis. Price, $1 00 -per hundred, [i860.] 8vo, pp. ll. H. 912631 

Caption title. 



STEPHENS (ALEXANDER H.). ocq 

Stephens. Speech of Hon. Alex. H. Stephens ... on the Kansas 
Election. Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 19, 
1856. [Washington: Printed at the Office of the Congressional 
Globe. 1856.] 8vo,pp. 8. C.,H., UP., WHS. 91264 

Caption title. 

Stephens. Speech of Hon. Alexander H. Stephens ... on the 
A.dmission of Minnesota and Alien Suffrage ; delivered in the House 
)f Representatives, May 11, 1858. Washington: Printed at the 
"Congressional Globe Office. 1858. 8vo, pp. 24. c, H. 91265 

Stephens. Speech of Hon. Alexander H. Stephens ... on the 
Bill to admit Kansas as a State under the Topeka Constitution. 
Delivered in the House of Representatives, June 28, 1856. Wash- 
ngton: Printed at the Congressional Globe Office. 1856. 8vo, 
'P- ^^- ^As., B., c, derenne, h., up., whs., y. 91266 

Stephens. Speech of Hon Alexander H. Stephens ... on the 
'residential Election of 1856; the Compromise of 1850 ; and the 
Cansas-Nebraska Act of 1854. DeHvered in the House of Repre- 
entatives, January 6, 1857. Washington: Printed at the Office oj 
he Congressional Globe. 1857. 8vo, pp. 12. c. 91267 

Stephens. Speech of Hon. Alexander H. Stephens ... on the 
leport of the Kansas Investigating Committee, in the Case of 
feeder against Whitfield. Delivered in the House of Representa- 
ives, July 31, 1856. Waslmigton: Printed at the Congressional 
jlobe Office. 1856. 8vo, pp. 16. 

c, derenne, up., whs., y. 91268 

Stephens. Speech of Mr. A. H. Stephens ... on the Land Bill. 
)elivered in the House of Representatives of the U. S., July 7, 
846. Washington: Printed by J. & G. S. Gideon. 1846. 8vo,' 

P-^S- AAS., C, M., whs., Y. 91269 

Stephens. Speech of Mr. A. H. Stephens ... on the Tariif Bill 
eported by the Committee of Ways and Means. Delivered in the 
louse of Representatives, May 7, 1844. Washington: Printed by 
ohnT. Towers. 1844. 8vo, pp. 32. 

AAS., B., BM., C, CU., DERENNE, H., M. 9127O 
There are two issues of the above, some of the copies located here having the word 
igainst" the Tariff Bill, instead of "on" in the title. 

Stephens. Speech of Mr. A. H. Stephens ... on the Territorial 
till delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States 



360 STEPHENS (ALEXANDER H.). 

August 7, 1848. Washington: Printed by J. ^ G. S. Gideon, 
1848. 8vo,pp. 15. c, P., ucAL. + [At foot of p. I :] J. & G.S. 
GideoUj frinters. [Washington. 1 848.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

C, DERENNE. ()12JI 
The second edition listed has caption title only. Information supplied by Ernest 
Kletsch. 

Stephens. Speech of Mr. Alexander H. Stephens ... in com- 
mittee of the whole on the state of the Union, delivered in the 
House of Representatives of the U. S. Feb. 12, 1847. Washington: i 
Printed by J. &' G. S. Gideon. 1847. 8vo, pp. 16. | 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. B., C, WHS. ()12'J2] 

Stephens. Speech of Mr. Stephens ... on the Joint Resolutionlj 
for the Annexation of Texas. Dehvered in the House of Represen- ! 
tatives, January 25, 1845. Washington: Printed by Gales and-\ 

Seaton. 1845. 8vo, pp. 22. M., Y. 91273J 

I 

Stephens. Speech of Mr. Stephens ... on the Right of Mem-.j 
bers to their Seats in the House of Representatives. Delivered in theij 
Houseof Representatives, February 9, 1844. Washington: Printed^, 
atthe Globe Office. 1844. 8vo,pp. 12. bm.,M.9I274| 

Stephens. Speech of Mr. Stephens ... on the subject of the| 
Mexican War, delivered in the House of Representatives, U. S.,i 
June 16, 1846. Washington: Printed by J. & G.S. Gideon. 1846.1 
8vo, cover title, and pp. 15. 1 

AAS., BM., C, DERENNE, HEH., M., WHS. 91275I 

The imprint, J. & G. S. Gideon, printers, appears at the foot of p. i, and probably: 
some copies were issued without the cover title, c, derenne. j 

Stephens. Speech of Mr. Stephens ... on the War and Taxa-j 
tion. Delivered in the House of Representatives of the U. S., Feb-| 
ruary 2, 1848. [At foot of p. I :] J. ^ G. S. Gideon, frinters.^ 
[Washington. 1848.] 8vo, pp. 16. j 

Caption title. C, DERENNE, HEH., MINNHS., UTS., Y. 9I2761 

I 

Stephens. Speech of the Hon. A. H. Stephens ... in the Housed 
of Representatives. February 17, 1854. On Nebraska and Kan-! 
sas. Washington: Printed at the Sentinel Office. 1854. 8vo, pp., 

14. B., HEH., NYP., UTEX., Y. 91277J 

Stephens. Texas and New Mexico. Speech of Hon. A. H.j 
Stephens ... in the House of Representatives, Friday, August^ 9:1 
1850, on the President's Message of August 6, 1850, concerningj 



I STEPHENS (ALEXANDER H.). 36 1 

i 

JTexas and New Mexico. [Colophon:] Printed at the Congres- 
\sional Office. [Washington. 1850.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

: Caption title. AAS., C, Y. 9 1278 

I Stephens. To the People of Georgia. [Washington. 1844.] 
!8vo,pp. 3. BA.,c. 91279 

Caption title. Signed: "A. H. Stephens." A reply to W. H. Stiles. 

Above are listed only the speeches delivered by Stephens in the period before the 
Civil War. His larger works, and later speeches fall In the period after that now 
covered by the Dictionary. He published several editions of "A Compendium of the 
History of the United States," 1872, etc.; "A Constitutional View of the Late War 
between the States," 1868-70, and a supplement to the latter, "The Reviewers Re- 
viewed," 1872. "This book [Reviewers Reviewed] includes a special chapter repu- 
diating the forged speech against secession often said to have been delivered by 
^Stephens in the Georgia Convention, January, 1 861. "-De Renne Catalogue, 193 1. 
■^ee that catalogue for bibliographical descriptions of Stephens items in the De Renne 
library. "Recollections of Alexander H. Stephens" was published posthumously, with 
I biographical study by Myrta Lockett Avary, in 1910. 

' Stephens. (Mrs. Ann S[ophia Winterbotham] ). ... David 
Hunt, and Malina Gray. By Mrs. Ann S. Stephens. With a por- 
|:rait of the Author. Philadelfhta: George R. Graham & Co. No. 
)SChesnut Street. 1845. [Verso of title:] United States Job 
printing Office, Ledger Building. 8vo, pp. (4), 55-98. 

nyp. 91280 

I With heading: "Cabinet of American Literature, No. i." Heading of cover title: 
I Cabinet of American Authors, No. i.» The nvp. copy, described above, lacks the 
lortralt and the first story, David Hunt, which, according to the publishers' notice, 
Ideplcts Western life." 

, Stephens. Fashion and Famine. By Mrs. Ann S. Stephens. 
jVuthor of "The Heiress," "The Old Homestead," "Mary Der- 
yent," etc., etc., etc. . . . New York: Bunce ^ Brother. 1854. 
vo,pp. 426. c, nyp. 9 1 28 1 

The scene of the above is laid in New York City, and It contains an Interesting de- 
:rIptIon of Fulton Market. It was popular at the time, there being at least three 
|sues published in New York In 1854, nyp., and the bm. catalogue notes three London 
sues of that year. It was also Issued in Philadelphia by Peterson and Brothers with- 
jJt date. A French translation Is noted by F. P. O'Brien In his preface to the 1929 
lition of the author's Malaeska. 

[Stephens]. . . . High Life in New York. By Jonathan Slick, 
fsq., of Weathersfield, Connecticut. New York: Edward Stefh- 
\ns. Brother Jonathan Office, 162 Nassau-street: Wadleigh^s, 
|59 Broadway. 1843. • • - R- Craighead^ s Power Press, 112 Ful- 
^n-st. 8vo, cover title, and pp. 48. + H., nyp. + Second Edition. 
|5ame imprint.] 1843 [-1844]. 8vo, cover titles, and pp. 136. 
'"^^P* + Complete in one number. New York: Burgess, Stringer 
[J* Co., 222 Broadzvay, corner of Ann street. Redding and Co., 
\oston.~G. B. Tieher and Co., Philadelphia. — Wm. Taylor, Bal- 



362 STEPHENS (aNN S. W.). 

timore. — Bravo and MorgaUy New Orleans. 1 845. . . . R. Craig- 
head's Power Press, 112 Fulton-st. 8vo, cover title, and pp. 136. 
H . + Philadelfhia. 1854. 91282' 

Heading of the first edition: "Price twelve and a half cents." Only part i of this ' 
edition has been located. 

The second edition is in three parts paged continuously, and each having a separate ' 
cover title. Imprint of parts 2 and 3: New York: Burgess, Stringer &f Co., 222 1 
Broadway, corner of Ann street. Redding and Co., Boston. — G. B. Zieber and Co., I 
Philadelphia. — Wm. Taylor, Baltimore. — Bravo and Morgan, New Orleans. 1844. ' 
, . . R. Craighead's Power Press, 112 Fulton-st. \ 

Heading of the 184.5 edition: Complete for 25 cents. Copyright entry on title in! 
name of Edward Stephens, the author's husband. ! 

Halkett and Laing lists the Philadelphia, 1854, edition. ' 

For other editions, see Slick (Jonathon), pseudon., nos. 82134 and 82135, vol. 20. ! 
The New York, 1844, edition is located at nyh., the London, 1844, at c, nyp., y., j 
the New York, 1854, at aas., b., c, h., nyh., nyp. i 

For a German version, see Leben in Newyork, below. j 

i 

[Stephens.] Das Leben in Newyork. In Brief en von Jonathan I 
Slick, Esq., aus Weathersfield, Connecticut. Fiinf Theile. Stutt-.\ 
gart. V erlag der FranckWschen Buchhandlung. 1847. 24010, pp. I 

(4), 379. _ NYP., ¥.91283;! 

A translation of High Life in New York, above. I 

Series title: "Das belletristische Ausland, heraugegeben von Carl Spindler. ... 

853ster bis 857ster Band. ..." i 

Stephens. . . . Malaeska: the Indian Wife of the White Hunter. ^ 
By Mrs. Ann S. Stephens. New-York: Irwin P. Beadle &' Co.,\ 
141 William St. Ross ^ Tousey, General A gents. Entered ac-' 
cording to Act of Congress, in the Year 1 860 ... 1 2mo, pp. 128. ; 

91284' 

With heading: "Books for the Million! 128 Pages.) (Complete. Beadle's Dime 
Novels. No. I. The Choicest Works of the Most Popular Authors." 

First issue of the first edition. Title from the facsimile of the cover in Frank P. 
O'Brien's reprint, published by John Day in New York in 1929. O'Brien states in the | 
introduction that he found his copy in 1926 in the attic of an old house in Ulster, 
County, New York. 

Frequently reprinted, reaching a circulation of at least half a million copies, 
according to O'Brien. I 

Stephens. Mary Derwent. By Mrs. Ann S. Stephens . . . i 
Philadelfhia: T. B. Peterson and Brothers, 306 Chestnut Street. ^^ 

[cop. 1858.] 8vo, pp. 408. B., C, NYP. 91285 j 

The scene is laid in the Valley of Wyoming. 

Stephens, ed. Mrs. Stephens' Illustrated New Monthly. Vol. i. 
July to December 1856. Neiu York: Office of Publication, 126 
Nassau Street. 1856. 4to, pp. iv, 7— 290. Frontispiece. [ 

AAS., C, H., NYP., WHS., Y. 91286! 

Continued through vol. 4, the last number located by the Union List of Serials being I 

that for June, 1858. 



STEPHENS (aNN S. W.). 363 

Stephens. Myra: the Child of Adoption. A Romance of Real 
Life. By Mrs. Ann S. Stephens. New York: I. P. Beadle and 
Comfany. [i860.] l2mo, pp. (2), 5-120. C.91287 

A story of early days in New Orleans, which went through several editions. 

Stephens. The Old Homestead. By Mrs. Ann S. Stephens. 
Author of "Fashion and Famine." New York: Bunce ^ Brother y 
Publishers y 12b Nassau Street, mdccclv. [Verso of title:] W.H. 
Tinson, Stereotyfer. George Russell^ Printer. G. W. Alexander y 
Binder. i2mo, pp. 435. B., c, H., nyh., nyp., Y. -\- Philadelfhia: 
T. B. Peterson and Brothers, 306 Chestnut Street, [cop. 1 855.] 
i2mo, pp. 435. nyp. -\- London. 1855. 8vo. 

FACULTY OF ADVOCATES. 9 I 288 

According to the preface, "the scenes described in the first portion are laid some 
years back, when the city institutions were directed by the Board of Aldermen and 
Assistants, and when every office . . . was a direct political appointment. Many of the 
scenes . . . have been painful realities." 

Dramatized by George L. Aiken in his play of the same name, which was first 
performed in 1856, and later revived by Denman Thompson. 

Stephens, ed. The Portland Sketch Book. See Portland, no. 

S4368, vol. 15. AAS.j B., c. 
See also Victor Hugo's Letter on John Brown, with Mrs. Ann S. Stephens' Reply, 

^0. 33620, vol. 8. B., NYP. 

' The above list contains the earlier editions of works of Mrs. Stephens published up 
i860 which have local or historical interest. She was the author of other novels, 
ind of later works, including a "Pictorial History of the War for the Union." She 
vas also connected as editor or contributor with various magazines, the earliest being 
ihe "Portland Magazine," edited by herself and published by her husband, Edward 
[Stephens. Sec F. P. O'Brien's introduction to the 1929 edition of her Malaeska. 

Stephens {Mrs. Ellen). The Afflicted and Deserted Wife: or, 
lingular and surprising adventures of Mrs. Ellen Stephens, who, 
ifter having experienced much cruel treatment, was deserted by her 
|iusband, and in pursuit of whom, (and her infant child,) dressed in 
jnale attire, and obtaining a birth [sic] on board of one of the 
pteamers on the Mississippi River, as Cabin Boy, in that capacity 
jnade several passages up and down the Mississippi River, in 184 1 
imd '42, without her sex being known or suspected. Annexed is the 
.till more surprising exploits of Almira Paul, who, garbed as a male 
n the capacity of cook, etc., served on board several English and 
\merican vessels for the space of ten years, without betraying her 
ex. New-York: Pi'inted jar C . E. Daniels yfublisher. 1842. 8vo, 
|ip. 18, including frontispiece portrait, p. -(- [Same imprint and 
[late.] 8vo, pp. 24, including frontispiece portrait. Y. 91289 

For the first edition see the following title. Title of the issue located at y. supplied 
iy Anne S. Pratt. 



364 STEPHENS (eLLEn). i 

I 

Stephens. The Cabin Boy Wife; or, Singular and surprising i 
adventures of Mrs. Ellen Stephens, who, having been compelled to I 
marry against her will, after experiencing much cruel treatment, was i 
deserted by her husband, and in pursuit of whom, (and her infant i 
child) dressed in male attire, and obtaining a berth on board of one \ 
of the Steamers, on the Mississ[i]ppi River, as Cabin Boy, in that I 
capacity made several passages up and down the river in 1839 ^^^ i 
'40, without her sex being known or suspected. Annexed is the still ' 
more surprising exploits of Almira Paul, who garbed as a male in I 
the capacity of cook, &c., served on board several English and i 
American vessels for the the [sic] space of three years, without ! 
betraying her sex. New-YorA; Printed for C. E. Daniels y Pub- I 
Usher. 1840. 8vo, pp. 24, including frontispiece portrait, bm., c, J 
NYP.jWHS. + [Same imprint and collation.] 1841. nyh. 91290:! 

Typographical errors in title corrected in 1841 issue. i 

Stephens {Mrs. H [arriet] Marion [ Ward] ). Hagar the Mar- ' 
tyr, or, Passion and Reality. A Tale of the North and South. By ! 
Mrs. H. Marion Stephens. . . . Boston: Published by W. P. Fet- 1 
ridge ^ Co. 1855. [Verso of title:] Stereotyped at the Boston 
Stereotype Foundry. Damrell ^ Moore^ Printers, Boston. i2mo, I 
pp. 360. Frontispiece portrait. j 

B., H., NYP. (135TH ST.), UTEX. 9129I \ 
Roorbach, 1852-1855, lists an 1854 edition. j 

Stephens. Home Scenes and Home Sounds; or. The World ■ 
from my Window. By H. Marion Stephens. Boston: Fetridge \ 
andComfany. M DCCC Liv. [Verso of title:] Stereotyped at the \ 
Boston Stereotype Foundry. i2mo, pp. 298. Frontispiece portrait, ! 
and 2 plates. c, H., nyh. 91292 \ 

Pp. 289-298 are advertisements. Roorbach lists a Boston, 1853, edition. j 



Stephens (Henry L[ouis] ). The Comic Natural History of the j 
Human Race: designed and illustrated by Henry L. Stephens. { 
Philadelphia: S. Robinson, No. 9 Sansom Street. [Verso of title:] i 
King & Baird, Printers, No. 9 Sansom St. [cop. 1 85 I.] 4to, pp. 
(2), vii-viii, 9-31, 35-216, and illustration (i). Frontispiece and ' 
39 plates. AAS., c, HSP., nyh., whs., y. 91293 

Originally issued in numbers, nyp. having nos. 2 and 3 in original paper wrappers, { 
but with some plates missing. | 

Stephens' drawings were lithographed by L. Rosenthal, and by Rosenthal and j 
Kraemer. In some copies the plates are in black and white, and in others they are j 
lithographed in color, with the frontispiece elaborated. j 

Each figure has the head of a well-known personage or type of the period, with the j 



STEPHENS (h. L.). 365 

body of an appropriate bird, animal, fish or insect, and is accompanied by satirical or 
facetious text. The writers of the text are listed in the index, the editor being pre- 
sumably Stephens himself, "The Hen that hatched this Egg." 

The following list of persons with whom the caricatures have been identified is 
chiefly taken from Joseph Jackson's "Encyclopedia of Philadelphia," 193 1, vol. 2. 
Additional information and some corrections have been supplied by John Ashurst of 
the Free Library of Philadelphia, and N. F. McGirr of Ardmore, Pa. The latter states 
that the identifications which he gives have been supplied from copies in which the 
names of the subjects had been written in by previous owners, and that he can not 
vouch for the accuracy of all of them. 

The Hen that Hatched this 

Egg. (Front.) .... Henry L. Stevens. 

Jail Bird Type. 

The Attorney Richard Vaux. 

GiraflFe John E. Owens, as Jakey. 

Star Fish. Edwin Forrest, tragedian. 

Milliner Bird Minnie Doyle. 

Lark Type. 

King Bird Robert P. King and Alexander Baird, who 

printed the book. 

Hum-Bug P. T. Barnum. 

Widow Bird. .... Type. 

Butcher Bird Type? 

Gallows Bird Type. 

Taylor Bird Mary Cecelia Taylor, singer. 

Little Dear. Type? 

Jolly Old Cock John Swift. 

Same Old Coon Henry Clay. 

Humming Bird Thomas B. Florence. 

Mac-arel Type. 

One of the Rats Type? 

Cuttle Fish William E. Burton, comedian and portrayer of 

Capt. Cuttle. 

Gold Fish Francis M. Drexel. 

Son Fish, and Sucker. Types. 

Canvass Back Abraham Woodside, painter. 

Wharf Rat Type. 

C-Bass Arthur Edward Sheldon Seguin, singer. 

Gudgeon, and Shark. Types. 

Stool Pigeon Type. 

Literary Bird Cornelius Mathews. 

Rice's Crow "Jim Crow," Thomas D. Rice. 

Bird of Paradise Emily Schaumberg. Madam Rush also suggested, 

but not identified with her. 

Masonic Terrapin. Samuel Robinson. 

Old Shad & Young. . Types. 

Driesbach's Lion, and Black Herr Driesbach, lion trainer, and Thomas H. 

Tiger Rockwell, restaurateur. 

Vampyre Type. 

Catamaran, and Speel's The owl is Joseph A. Speel, bookbinder. Cata- 

Owl maran is a type. 

Woodpecker William B. Gihon, wood engraver. 

Night Hawk Type. 

Sun Bird James S. Wallace, publisher of the Daily Sun, 

Philadelphia. 

Catorn's Warbler. . Kate Horn, singer. 

Alms House Bird. . . Type. 



366 STEPHENS (h. L.). 

Stephens. A Day's Sport. (Pencilings of Henry L. Stephens, 
Esq.) New York: Published at the Brother Jonathan Office. 
Oblong i6mo, pp. (44). H. 91294 

Woodcuts, with brief captions, illustrating the sporting adventures of Mr. S. Winks 
Wattles, a Broadway shop-keeper. 

Stephens issued other similar books, and contributed illustrations to books and 
magazines. 

Stephens (James Wilson). iSd?^ Stevens (James Wilson). 

Stephens (John). A Primer for Young Children applicable to 
the Indian language, as spoken by the Mee-lee-ceet Tribe in New 
Brunswick. Published under the patronage of the honorable Mrs. 
Manners Sutton. Collected and arranged by John Stephens. Fred- 
er'icton : Printed at the Royal Gazette Office, by J . Simfson. 1855. 
{Price 7^ d.) l2mo, pp. 14. 91295 

Cover title: Indian Primer. 

Title from Filling's "Bibliography of the Algonquian Languages," 1891. 

Stephens (John L[loyd]). Begebenheiten auf einer Raise in 
Yucatan. Von John L. Stephens. Deutsch von Dr. N. N. W. Meiss- 
ner. Mit 1 16 Abbildungen, lo Planen und einer Karte von Yuca- 
tan. Leif-zig, Dyk^sche Buchhandlung. 1853. [Colophon:] Druck 
von J . B. Hirschfeld in Leifzig. 8vo, pp. xviii, 438. 78 plates, ten 
of which are folded, folded map, and 6 plans. 

HISP.SOC.AMER. 9 I 296 

^ , Stephens. Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chiapas, 

Y" I ^7 3 ^' — ' and Yucatan. By John L. Stephens, author of "Incidents of Travel 

^ r^/ 7 in Egypt, Arabia Petrgea, and the Holy Land," etc. Illustrated by 

d -'I numerous engravings. In two volumes. . . . New-York: Harfer 

1 'Y *4 ^-^"' & Brothers, 82 Clif-Street. 1841. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. (4), iii-424, 

24 plates, folded map, and plan; vii, (2), 7—474, 41 plates, two of 
which are double, and 3 plans. B., c, cu., H., heh., hisp.soc. 
amer., hsp., nyh., nyp., ucal., UTS., Y. + London: John Mur- 
ray, Albemarle Street, mdcccxli. [Verso of title:] London: 
Printed by W. Clowes and Sons, 14, Charing Cross. [Same col- 
lation.] EM., BODLEIAN, H., MINNHS., NYP., UCAL. 9 1 297 
There were many reissues from the same plates, with only slight variations in the 
collations. London issues appeared in 1842 and 1843. Harper and Brothers, the New 
York publishers of the work, put out at least eleven issues of a "Twelfth Edition" be- 
tween 1844 and 1871. The woirk was still iji print in 1876, according to the American 
Catalogue. \'^/i^' '^V^' 

Stephens. Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chiapas, 
and Yucatan. By the late John Lloyd Stephens. With numerous 
Engravings. Revised from the latest American edition, with addi- 



STEPHENS (jOHN L.). 367 

tions, by Frederick Catherwood. London: Arthur Hall, Virtue 
& Co. 2 S, Paternoster Row. 1854. [Verso of title:] London: 
R. Clay, Printer, Bread Street Hill. 8vo, pp. xvi, 548, including 
illustrations. 28 plates, two of which are folded, frontispiece por- 
trait, map, and plan. 

B., BM., C, GTS., H., NYP., UCAL., WLC, Y. 91298 

Stephens. Incidents of Travel in Yucatan. By John L. Steph- -^ 

I ens . . . Illustrated by 120 engravings. In two volumes. . . . New- T\ ^-^ ' 

^York: Harfer & Brothers, 82 Clijf -Street. 1843. 2 vols., 8vo, ' ^^ ^^^^^^ ■ 

!pp. xii, 9-459, 18 plates, one of which is folded, folded map, and f j 3 7j^ 

plan; xvi, 9-478, 46 plates, one of which is folded, map and plan. ^ ^r 

JB., BA., c, cu., H., NYH., NYP., p.,Y. -^London: John Murray, '^ 
'Albemarle Street, mdcccxlhi. [Verso of title:] London: 
.Printed by W. Clowes and Sons, 14, Charing Cross. [Same col- 
ilation.] 

BM., BODLEIAN, H., HEH., MINNHS., NYH., UCAL., WLC. 9 I 299 

I The work was reissued with the same title and collation, by Harper and Brothers, 
!the New York publishers, at least six times between 1847 and i860, and was in 
jprint in 1876, according to the American Catalogue. 

Stephens. Reiseerlebnisse in Centralamerika, Chiapas und Yu- 
jcatan. Von John L. Stephens . . . nach der 12. aufl. ins deutsche 
jiibertragen von Eduard Hoepfner . . . Leipzig: Dyk. 1854. 8vo, 
Ipp. xiii, (0,554. 59 plates, 10 of which are folded, and map. 
; c. 91300 

Stephens. Viage a Yucatan, a fines de 184 1 y principios de 
1842. Consideraciones sobre los usos, costumbres y vida social de 
este pueblo, y examen y descripcion de las vastas ruinas de ciudades 
americanas que en el existen. Obra que, con el titulo de "Incidents 
of travel in Yucatan" escribio en ingles Mr. John L. Stephens, y la 
jtraduce al castellano, con algunas notas ocasionales, D. Justo Sierra. 
1. . . Camfeche: Imfrenta a direccion de J. Castillo Pera-za. 1848 
l[-i850.] 2 vols., 8vo, pp. 368, Ixiv, (8), 20 plates, three of which 
are folded, and 3 maps, one of which is folded; 399, 10, 62 plates, 
seven of which are folded. BM., c, ucal. 9 i 30 i 

Imprint of vol. 2: Campeche: Imprenta a direccion dc Gregorio Bucnfil. l8!;o. 
Originally issued in parts with printed paper wrappers, an incomplete set being 

>t AAS. 

Stephens wrote the text for Catherwood's "Views of Ancient Monuments," 1844, 
Jur no. 1 1520, vol. t,. 

a pamphlet said to be translated from the Spanish of Pedro Velasquez was issued 
n connection with the exhibition of two supposedly ".Aztec children" in a number of 
European and .A.merlcan cities. On the title of the various editions and versions of 



368 STEPHENS (JOSEPH ). 

this "Memoir" the name of John L. Stephens, or "Stevens," appears, and it does 
include a few extracts from his "Incidents of Travel in Central America." See 
Velasquez (Pedro). 

Stephens (Joseph). The | Temple | Rent in twain | and reared 
up I in I three days. | . . . | By Joseph Stephens | Trenton. | Printed 
by Matthias Day. \ 1797. | 8vo, pp. 34, (i). c. 91302 

[Stephens (Lemuel) ] . Abuse of Pastoral Influence. A Sketch 
of Mr. Freeman's Pastoral Intercourse with Mrs. Cotton, previous 
to the Formation of the Robinson Church in Plymouth — 1830, to 
which are added some remarks. Plymouth: Printed by Allen Dan- 
forth. 1833. 8vo, pp. 23. AAS., B., cu., NYP. 91303 

Signed and dated, Lemuel Stephens, Plymouth, April 13th, 1833. 

[Stephens (Philadelphia)]. Briefe | iiber Portugal, | nebsti 
einem Anhang | iiber Brasilien. | Aus dem Franzosischen. | Mit 
Anmerkungen | herausgegeben | von | Matthias Christ. Sprengel, 
I Professor der Geschichte in Halle. | Leifzig, | in der Weygand- 
schen Buchhandlung. | 1782. [ 8vo, pp. (12), 290. 

B., BM., HISP.SOC.AMER., NYP. 91304 

According to the preface, the letters were first published in London in 1777, with 
title, "Letters on Portugal on the present and former state of that Kingdom." This 
German edition is from a French translation, published in Paris in 1780. 

Attributed to Miss Stephens in bm. The American interest lies in the appendix 
taken from Raynal, found in the German version. 

[Stephens (Thomas)]. A | Brief Account | of the | Causes | 
That have retarded the | Progress | of the | Colony of Georgia, | in 
I America; | Attested upon Oath. | Being | A proper Contrast | to | 
A State of the Province of | Georgia. | Attested upon Oath; | And 
some other Misrepresentations on the | same Subject. | London: \ 
Printed in the Year m.dcc.xliii. | 8vo, pp. (4), 24, appendix loi. 

B., C, DERENNE., H., HEH., JCB., NYP. 91305 

Thomas Stephens was the son of William Stephens, who became governor of 
Georgia after the departure of Oglethorpe. In spite of this relationship, Thomas 
Stephens became a leader of the malcontents in the province. See the Journal of his 
father listed below and the Journal of John Perceval, Earl of Egmont, both of which 
are printed in the "Colonial Records of Georgia," vol. 4 and supplement, and vol. 5> 
1906-1909. 

Reprinted in Ga. Hist. Soc. Coll., vol. 2, 1842, pp. 87-161, where it is stated that 
it "appears to have been written, after several abortive efforts, by Thomas Stephens, 
and Sir Richard Everhard." 

In MS. on the title page of the jcb. copy: "Publlsh'd by Tho. Stephens, who, on his 
knees rec'd at the Bar of the H. of Commons the censure of being a false, scandalous 
and malicious fellow." 

For a "State of the Province of Georgia," see [Stephens (William)], b. 1671, 
d. 1753, below. 

For a reply to the "Brief Account," see [Perceval (John)], no. 60861, vol. 14. 



STEPHENS (tHOMAs). 369 

[Stephens]. The | Castle-Builders; | or, the | History | of | 
William Stephens, | of the | Isle of Wight, Esq.; lately deceased. 
I A I Pohtical Novel, | Never before published in any Language. | 
. . . I London: \ Printed for the /Author. \ M DCC Lix. | 8vo, pp. xv, 
198, contents ix-x. c, derenne, nyp,, WLC. + The Second Edi- 
tion, with large additions. | London: | Printed for E. Cabe, in 
Avemary-Lane; R. \ Withy, at the Dunciad in Cornhill; and J. \ 
Cooky in Quern^s-Street, May-Fair. \ mdcclix. | Bvo, pp. (4), 
iii-xv, (2), 320. BM., c, WLC. 91306 

Caption title and running title: The History of William Stephens, Esq. 

Relates to William Stephens, 1671-1753, governor of Georgia, and his career in 
■Jiat province, etc. Attributed to his son Thomas, by most authorities, and is in 
ceeping with what is known of him. The Murphy catalogue on internal evidence 
ittributes to William Stephens, a grandson. 

The additional pages in the second edition contain: "Appendix to the History of 
vVilliam Stephens, esq; late of the Isle of Wight. With further reasons for writing 
t," pp. 199—257; "The vision of a child, left in a wood to be fed by the ravens," 
ip. 259-320. Information supplied by Elizabeth B. Steere. 

[Stephens.] The Hard | Case | of the | Distressed People of 
Georgia. | [London. 1742.] Folio, pp. 4. 

c, derenne., h. 91307 

Caption title. The same printed vertically as a docket on p. 4. Signed and dated: 
'Thomas Stephens, Agent for the People of Georgia. London, April 26th, 1742." 

According to the De Renne Catalogue, 1931, vol. i, p. 102, the petition was pub- 
ished in connection with "An Account shewing what Money has been received by 
he Trustees," 1742, which carried the expenditures to the same date, instead of to 
fune 9th as usual in the official annual statements. 

The above was a protest against the course of the Trustees of Georgia, presented to 
he House of Commons. Under date of 11 June, 1742, the Earl of Egmont wrote in 
lis Journal of the forwarding to General Oglethorpe of "that infamous Libel en- 
itled the hard Case of the people of Georgea [sic] printed by Thomas Stephens and 
ly him . . . deliver'd at the door of the H. of Comons." See Col. Rec. of Ga. vol. 5, 
909, p. 633. See also p. 641 for the Speaker's reprimand of Stephens, for the mali- 
ious slanders in his petition. 

Stephens (Thomas), d. 1780? The | Method and plain Proc- 
:ss I for making I Pot-ash, | Equal, if not Superior | To the best 
oreign Pot-Ash. | Published, | In Consequence of the late Encour- 
igement granted by | Parliament for that Purpose. | By Thomas 
Stephens. | Lo7tdon: | Printed for R. Griffiths, at the Dunciad in 
^ater- \ Noster-Row, and Sold by the Booksellers at the Royal | 
Exchange. | [1755.] 4to, pp. viii, 36. 2 plates, one of which is 
louble. BM., DERENNE, NYP. + Boston: Sold by Edes and Gill. 
755. 91308 

The NYP. copy lacks the title page. The De Renne catalogue, 1931, notes that the 
'ork is listed among new publications in the "Gentleman's Magazine" for July, 
7S5» vol. 25, p. 335, and "London Magazine" for August, 1755, vol. 24, p. 399. 

The Boston edition was advertised as by Thomas "Stevens," in the "Boston Ga- 



370 STEPHENS (tHOMAs). 

zette," published by Edes and Gill, in the issue for October 27, 1755, as "This Day 
Publish'd, Price 2S. & 8^. Lawful Money; (And Sold by the Printers hereof.)" 

According to Roberts' "Eminent Welshmen," vol. i, 1908, the author emigrated to 
America in 1756 and joined Franklin and others in the purchase of the Liverpool 
Company's Potash Works in Philadelphia. 

[Stephens.] The | Rise and Fall | of | Pot-ash | in | America, 
addressed | To the Right Honourable | the | Earl of Halifax. 
London: | Printed jar the Author ; | And Sold at the Pamfhlet- 
Shofs in London and Westminster. | MDCCLViii. | 4to, pp. (6), 43. 
NYP. -f- [Same imprint and date, but with postscript dated London, 
28th of May, 1759.] 4to, pp. (6), 43, (2). 

derenne, heh., jcb. 91309 

The foreword is signed on the verso of the third preliminary leaf by Thomas 
Stephens. It is probable that no. 71542, vol. 17, refers to this second issue. 

Stephens (Thomas), fublisher. A | Catalogue | of | Books | 
now offered for sale by | Thomas Stephens, | At his Book-store, 
I No. 77, South Second Street. | Philadelphia: | Printed by Wrigley 
^ BerriTnanjNo. 149, | Chesnut Street. — 1794- | 8vo, pp. ii. 

AAS. 9 I 310 

[Stephens], ed. The | Literary Miscellany | containing | Ele- 
gant Selections | of | The most admired Fugitive Pieces, | and | 
Extracts from Words of the greatest merit, | with | Originals | Prose 
and Poetry. | . . . | Philadelphia | Printed for T : Stephens^ N". 
60, So. Second Street. | 1795. | 2 vols., iSmo, engraved title, and 
pp. 31, 27, 33, 36, 27, 27, 31, 22, list of subscribers (10), contents 
(2), frontispiece; engraved title, and pp. 34, 30, 24, 33, 46, 45, 35, 
18, contents (2), editor's note (2), list of subscribers (11), frontis- 
piece, c, nyh., up. 91311 

Binder's title: "Stephen's Miscellany." Consists of i6 numbers, each with a sep- 
arate title page dated 1795, the first reading: "The Literary Miscellany. | No. I. ' 
[Contents] | Philadelphia: \ Printed at the Ojfice of W. W. Woodward, for \ T. 
Stephens, No. 57, South Second Street. \ 1795. | " 

According to the editor's note at the end of vol. 2, dated September 29, 1795) "he 
now relinquishes a favourite Post." No later numbers have been located. 

c. and UP. lack vol. 2. 

Stephens. Stephens's | Philadelphia Directory, | For 1796; | 
or, I Alphabetical Arrangement: | containing | the names, occupa- 
tions, and places | of abode of the citizens: | with | A Register of 
the Executive, Legislative, and Judi- | cial Magistrates of the United 
States, and the State of | Pennsylvania, with their Salaries; the 
Governors of the | different States; and the magistrates of the City: 
j also, I An Account of the different Societies, Charitable and 
Literary Institutions, with the Names of their present | Officers: | 



STEPHENS (wILLIAm). 37! 

and I An Accurate Table of the Duties on Goods, Wares, | and 
Merchandize, together with a general Abstract | from the Revenue 
Laws — relative to the Duty of Mas- | ters of Vessels — Of the 
Owners or Consignees of Goods | — Of Officers of the Customs — 
!0f the Payment of Du- | ties, &c. and of the Manner in which 
Goods must be | imported. | To all which are added, | A complete 
Account of the Post Office Establishment | — The banks, and dif- 
ferent Monies, &c. | With an Alphabetical List of the Streets, Lanes, 
and Alleys. | Philadelfhia: \ Printed for Thomas Stephens, N" 60, 
I South Second Street; by W. Woodivard. \ Entered according to 
Act of Congress. [1795.] | i2mo, pp. 19, (i), 286, blank leaf, 
169, verso blank, list of books published by Stephens (2). Frontis- 
Ipiece folded map. aas., b., c, h., heh., nyp., p. 9 i 3 i 2 

The pp. 69 at the end have the running title, "A Short Account of Philadelphia." 
This was probably also issued separately, since it has a new series of signature marks. 
[:. has a separate copy of this last portion. 

Improved title of no. 61604, vol. 14. 

i 

; Stephens (William), b. 167 1, d. 1753. A | Journal | of the | 
proceedings | in | Georgia, | beginning | October 20, 1737. | By 
William Stephens, Esq; | To which is added, | A State of that 
iProvince, | As attested upon Oath | in the | Court of Savannah, | 
l^ovember 10, 1740. | . . . | London: \ Printed for W. Meadows, at 
fhe Angel in Cornhill. \ MDCCXLII. | 3 vols, 8vo, pp. (2), 480, 
|ndex (15); (2), 508, State of the Province 32, index (16); 391, 

Hex(l6). B., BM., 

':., DERENNE., FAC.ADV., GA.HIST.SOC, H., JCB., NYP., Y. 9I313 

Lines 10-15 are omitted in the title of vol. 3. 

In the Minutes of the Common Council, of the Trustees for establishing the Colony 
f Georgia, Jan. i2, 1 740/1, is the following order, which evidently relates only to 
ols. I and 2: "That When an Index shall be made to Mr Stephens's Journal from 
Ihe Beginning Seventy Copies of of [sic] the Journal be printed for the use of the 
prust; And that the Press be then broken." 

In the Minutes, Feb. 13, 1 741/2, is a resolution, relating to vol. 3: "That One 
undred Copies of Mr Stephens's Journal from September 22. 1 741 to October the 
,8th following be printed. And that seventy five Copies of the third Volume of Mr 
itephens's Journal be printed for the use of the Trust." See the "Colonial Records 
^f Georgia," vol. 2, 1904, pp. 353 and 389. 

According to the De Renne catalogue, 193 1, all but 30 copies of vol. 3 were de- 
jtroyed by a fire in the printing establishment, which acounts for the fact that vol. 3 
,1 missing In so many sets, i.e. b., bm., c, nyp. and y. 

I "The State of the Province" at the end of vol. 2, and pp. 348-391 of vol. 3 [the 
iortion referred to above in the Minutes of the Common Council, as the journal from 
cpt. 22-Oct. 28, 1741], were also Issued separately. See State, and Journal Received, 
elow. 

A reprint of the entire three vols, forms vol. 4, 1906, and Supplement to vol. 4, 
908, of the Colonial Records. 



372 STEPHENS (wILLIAm). j 

I 

Stephens. Journal j received | February 4, 1741. | By the ! 
Trustees | For Establishing the | Colony of Georgia, | in | America 1 
I from I William Stephens, Esq; | Secretary for the Affairs of thf { 
Trust j within the said Colony | commencing | September 22, 1741 I 
I and ending | October 28 following. | London | Printed for W\ 
Meadows y at the Angel in Cornhill. | mdccxlh. | 8vo, 22 unnum- 1 
bered leaves. B., c, derenne, jcb. 9131^^! 

Title from a reduced facsimile in the De Renne catalogue, 193 1. 

Another issue, from a different setting of type, of pp. 348—391 of vol. 3 
Stephens' "Journal." The Common Council ordered 100 copies printed on the sami | 
day that it ordered the printing of vol. 3. See the quotation from the Minutes of th' ] 
Common Council, Feb. 13, 1742, in note on the "Journal," above. 1 

i 

[Stephens.] A | State | of the | Province of Georgia, | Attested' 
upon Oath | in the | Court of Savannah, | November 10, 1 740. Ji 
London: | Printed for W. Meadow Sy at the Angel in Cornhill. '1 
MDCCXLII. I Svo, pp. (4), 32. j 

AAS., B., BA., C, DERENNE, H., HEH., JCB., NYP., WLC, Y. 91315,1 

Signed by Pat. Graham and 24 others. I 

Prepared by William Stephens, the secretary of the province, at the suggestion Oiil 
the Trustees. Intended to counteract the agitation of the malcontent Patrick Tailfe, ' 
and his associates, it was read by Stephens in court on November lo, 1740, and signec i 
at that time by him and seventeen others under oath. Pat. Graham and six personi 1 
whose names head the list as printed "were sworn before the Magistrates out j 
Court." See Stephens's "Journal" in the "Colonial Records of Georgia," vol. 4, 1906 1 
P- 597) 3iid Supplement to vol. 4, 1908, pp. 26—27. 

Improved title of no. 271 13, vol. 7. 

Also issued from the same setting of type differently imposed, as an appendix tc j 
vol. 2 of the author's "Journal," 1742, and included in the reprint in the " Co Ionia! • 
Records of Georgia." See the De Renne catalogue, 193 1, vol. I, p. 109. 

[Stephens.] A State of the Province of Georgia, Attested upon ! 
Oath, in the Court of Savannah, November lO, 1740. London.' 
Printed for W. Meadows, at the Angel in Cornhill^ mdccxlii. 1 
[Verso of title:] P. Force, Washington, 1835. 8vo, pp. 20. i 

AAS., C, HEH., NYP., Y. 91316J 

Issued in vol. I, 1836, of Force's "Tracts," and sometimes found separately! 
Force's volume was reissued in Am. Hist. Soc. "Transactions," vol. i, 1839. | 

For other editions of the tract, see Ga. Hist. Soc. "Collections," vol. 2, 1842, pp ) 
67—85, and "American Colonial Tracts Monthly," vol. I, no. 3, July, 1897, tht I 
latter a reprint from Force without acknowledgment. ! 

[Stephens (William), grandson of the frecedingi ? The Cas-| 
tie-Builders. See [Stephens (Thomas)], no. 91 306 and note. j 

Stephens (William A.). Hamilton; and other Poems. Byj 
William A. Stephens. Toronto: Rogers £2? Thomfson. 1 840.; 

I2mO, pp. 180. C, HSP., NYH. 91317; 

Second edition, Toronto, I 871. nyh. 



I STEPHENSON (mARMADUKE). 370 

: Stephenson (Marmaduke). A Call | from | Death to Life, 
and I Out of the Dark wayes and Worships of the World where 
the Seed is held in Bondage under the Merchants of I Babylon 
[Written by Marmaduke Stephenson; | Who (together with an- 
other dear Servant of the Lord called | William Robinson) hath 
(since the Writing hereof) suffer- | ed Death, for bearing Witnesse 
;o the same Truth, | amongst the Professors of Bostons Jurisdiction 
in New England. | With a True Copy of Two Letters, which 
hey Writ to the Lords | People a little before their Death. | And 
ilso the True Copy of a Letter as it came to our hands, from I a 
^riend in New England, which gives a brief Relation of the | man- 
ler of their Martyrdom, with some of the Words which they I 
•xprest at the time of their suffering. | . . . | London, Printed for 
rhomas Simmons, at the Sign of the \ Bull and Mouth near Alders- 
'ate. 1660. I Small 410, pp. 32. A-D in fours. 

B., BM., HEH., JCB., NYP., WLC. 9 1 3 I 8 

"A Call from Death to Life" and letters of Stephenson and Robinson are included 

1 Bishopes 'An Appendex to the Book, entituled, New England Tudged » 1661 

ur no. 5629, vol. 2. j o > , 

Kt^nnt^d Providence, 1865, aas., ba., jcb., nyp., wlc; and, by the Aungerville 
octty, Edinburgh, 1886, nyp. For notes on these reprints, see the new jcb. catalogue 
ader 1660. 

^ Stephenson. Een | Roep, | Van de | Doot, tot het Leven, | 
-nde I Uyt de duystere wegen en aenbiddinge des wereldts; alwaer 
het zaet in banden is gehouden onder de Koopluyden van | Babilon. 
leschreven door | Marmaduke Stephenson; | Dewelcke (met een 
tider waerde dienstknecht des Heeren, | genaemt William Robin- 
m) heeft (na ditschrijven) totter Doot gele- | den, om getuygenis 
: dragen voor deselve waerheyt, onder | de Belijders van Bostons 
urisdictie, in nieuw | Engelandt, (in America.) | Met een ware 
opy van twee Brieven, welcke sy lieden geschreven heb- | ben, 
;n het volck des Heeren, een weynigh voor haren doodt. | Mede 
;n Copy van een Brief, soo als die tot onse handen quam, van | een 
riendt in nieuw Engelandt; welck verhaelt, van de ma- | nier haer 
;r Martelisatie, met eenige van haer woor- | den, die sy lieden aen 
: Regeerders, ende het | volck, een weynigh voor haer doot | 
hreven, en spraecken. | Een Copy van Koningh Karel ordere, 
n de Gouverneurs in nieuw I Engelandt, om haer het dooden 
I mishandelen tegens de Qua- | kers te beletten. | Noch een Copy 
n een ordere waer door aldaer de Quakers zijn vry en losgelaten. | 
. I {InhetEngels) tot Londen gedruckt, voor Thomas Simmons, 
)6o. I Ende nu in ^tNederdiiyts overgeset, en gedruckt tot Am- 
rdam, \ Voor J. J. van Hoore. Anno 1662. | 4to, pp. 28. 91319 
vol. xxin. 24 



374 STEPHENSON (mARMADUKe). | 

Title from Tromel's "Bibliotheque americaine," 1861, no. 313. ; 

A Dutch translation of A Call from Death to Life, above. , 

It is probable that this edition is that located at bm. which there forms part of a I 
collection of remainders of pamphlets and sheets printed from 1657-1674, for the' 
most part at Amsterdam, which were reissued with the collective title: "CoUectio, ; 
of Versamelinghe, van eenige van de Tractaten, Boeken, en Brieven, die geschreven j 
sijn door verscheyde Vrienden der Waarheyt, die van die Weereld, spotsgewijse, 1 
genaemt worden Quakers ..." See the cross reference in the bm. printed catalogue j 
from William Robinson, of New England, to Friends, Society of. j 

Stephenson. Een | Roep, ] Van de | Doot, tot het Leeven, |j 
Ende | Uyt de duistere wegen en aanbiddinge des werelts; alwaar| 
het 1 zaat in banden is gehouden onder de Koopluiden van ] Babilon, I 
Beschreeven door | Marmaduke Stephenson; | Dewelke (met eemj 
ander waerde dienstknegt des Heeren, ge- j naemt Wilham Robin-i| 
son) heeft (na dit schrijven) tot der Doot geleden, | om getuigenisj 
te dragen voor deselve waerheit, onder de Belijders | van Bostonjii 
Jurisdictie, in nieu Engelandt (in America) ] Met een waare Copyj 
van twee Brieven, welke sy-lieden geschreeven hebben, | aen hel; 
volk des Heeren, een weinig voor haere dood. | Mede een Copy vart| 
een Brief, so als die tot onse handen quam, | van een Vriend in nieiil 
-Engeland ; welk verhaalt, van de manier haarder Mar- | telizatie. 
met eenige van haar woorden, die sy-heden aan de Regeer- ] derS:i 
en het volk, een weinig voor haar doot, schreven, en spraaken. j 
Een Copy van Konink Karel ordre, aen de Gouverneurs in nieu-i 
Engelandt, ] om haer het dooden en mishandelen tegens de Quaker; i 
te beletten. | Nog een Copy van een ordre waer door aldaer dt\ 
Quakers zijn vry in los gelaten. | . . . | [^- f-] Gedruckt vooi\ 
Reyner JanseUy Anno 1679. | i2mo, pp. (4), 30. B., JCB. 9132CI 

Title supplied by Catherine C. Quinn. j 

Apparently one of the works printed In Europe by the Reynier or Reinier Jansei ; 
who came to America In 1698, and was engaged to print for the Friends in Phila 
delphia. Wilberforce Eames states that he has seen others of Jansen's European im j 
prints. Jansen Is said to have been a Hollander by birth, a lace-maker by trade at thi| 
time of his arrival in this country, to have lived at Alkmaer, and to have had a son n 
business in Amsterdam. See Wallace's "Early Printing in Philadelphia," in Penn j 
Mag. of Hist, and Blog., vol. 4, 1880, pp. 436-44. and Pennypacker's notes in th( , 
same volume, pp. 36-37; also the Henkels catalogue for part 4 of the Pennypacke;. 
sale, April 24-25, 1907, lot no. 588. ' 

The title for this work as lot no. 588 of the sale bears the date 1679, but the photo | 
facsimile of the title page show the date as 1676. , 

Stephenson (Oscar). An Address delivered before the Jeffer'j 
son Society of the University of Virginia, at its anniversary celebra-j 
tion, held in the public hall, April 14, 1856. By Oscar Stephenson I 
of Southampton County, Va. . . . Richmond: William H. Clem-]^ 
mittyPrinter. 1856. Bvo, pp. 20. H. 91321 



j STEPHENSON (rOBERt). 375 

I 

1 

' Stephenson (Robert). Report on Victoria Bridge, Montreal. 
1855. 91322 

Title from Morgan's "Bibliotheca Canadensis." 

j Stephenson (Rowland Macdonald). Railways: an Introduc- 
|:ory Sketch, with suggestions, in reference to their Extension to 
iBritish Colonies. By Rowland Macdonald Stephenson. Part I. 
vVith illustrations. London: John Weale, Architectural Library, 
59, Holborn. 1850. [Verso of title:] William Henry Cox, 5, 
Great Queen Street, Lincoln^ s-Inn-Fields. i2mo, pp. 119, (i). 
["olded diagram. ba., bm., c, nyp. 91323 

The second part of the work is E. D. Chattaway's "Railways; their capital and 
ilividends," London, 1855—6. 
I Second 'Edli'von, London, 1861. fac.adv. 

! Stephenson (Sarah). Memoirs of the Life, and Travels, in the 

jiervice of the Gospel, of Sarah Stephenson. London: Printed and ^ ^., ^ a^ 

loW hy William PhillifSy George Yard, Lombard Street. 1 807. f X ' -' ' *^ 

pmo, pp. xi, 204. BM., cu. -[-Philadelphia: Printed and Sold by H -. ^ -^ 

liimber, Conrad, 6f Co. No. 93, Market Street, and No. 170, ^ ^ / 

'jouth Second Street. 1807. i2mo, pp. 233, advertisements (2). 

iiAS., NYP., UP., UTS. + Philadelphia: Printed and Sold by Kim- 

>er, Conrad &" Co. Sold also by Benjam-in and Thomas Kite, and 

iames P. Parke. 1807. [Same collation.] aas. 91324 

Attributed to Joseph Gurney Bevan in Smith's "Descriptive Catalogue of Friends' 
looks," 1867. 
Sarah Stephenson was an English Quakeress who visited the United States. 

Stephenson (Thomas). An Oration, delivered at Gloucester, 
uly 4, 1827, ^" Commemoration of our National Independence. 
Vt the request of the Town. By Thomas Stephenson. . . . Glou- 
ester. Printed by Wm. E. P. Rogers. 1 827. 8vo, pp. 24. 

I M.,NYH. 91325 

j Stephenson (William), comp. Smead and Cowles' General 
business Directory of . . . Cleveland. See no. 82242, vol. 20. aas., 
[EH., nyp. 

{ Stephens's Philadelphia Directory. See Stephens (Thomas), 
\ublisher, no. 913 12. 

Stephentown, N. Y. Stephentown Baptist Association. The 
ourteenth Anniversary of the Stephentown Baptist Association, 
eld in the Meeting House of the Second Baptist Church, in Nassau, 

vensselaer County, N. Y. September 10, 1 1, 1 845. Stephentown. 

■rinted by Weed and Parsons, Albany, No. 75 State Street. 1 845. 

'vo, pp. 8. Continued. nyh. 91326 



376 STERETT. 

Sterett (Samuel). To the public. It is with extreme pain I 
have discovered that the tongue of defamation has been busy with 
my reputation. \_Balti7n0re: Printed by William Goddard? 1788.] 
Svo broadside. 91327 

Signed: "Samuel Sterett. Baltimore, December 31, 1788." Title from Evans. 

Sterling. See also Stirling. 

Sterling (Charles F.). Buff and Blue; or, The Privateers of 
the Revolution. A Tale of Long Island Sound. By Charles F. 
Sterling. . . . New York: Wm. H. Graham^ Tribune Buildings^ 
161 Nassau Street. 1847. [Verso of title:] S. W. Benedict, Ster- 
eotyfer and Printer y 16 Sfruce Street. Svo, pp. 128. 

BA., H., NYH., Y. 91328 

Sterling. The Red Coats; or. The Sack of Unquowa. A Tale 1 
of the Revolution. By Charles F. Sterling . . . New York: Williams . 
Brothers. 1848. 8vo,pp. III. £.,0.91329 

[Sterling (James)]. An | Epistle | to the | Hon. Arthur 1 
Dobbs, Esq; | In Europe. | From a | Clergyman in America. | 
... I London: | Printed for the Author, and Sold by R. Dodsley, 
in I Pall-mally and M. Coofer, in Pater-noster-row. | 1752. | 4to, 
pp. (4), iii-95, verso blank, (i). BM., JCB., nyp. + In three 
parts. I • . . I Dublin: | Printed for J. Smith, at the Philosofhers- 
Heads I on the Blind-Quay, m dcc lii. | Svo, pp. 52. whs. 91 330 

Improved title of no. 20405, vol. 5. 
In verse. Both editions are in three parts. 

Concerning the authorship, see L. C. Wroth's article on Sterling in aas. "Proceed- 
ings," new ser., vol. 41, 1931, pp. 68-76. 

Title of the Dublin edition supplied by Annie A. Nunns. 

Sterling. A I Sermon, | preached before | his Excellency the 
Gove [r] nor | of | Maryland, | and | both Houses of Assembly, 
at I Annapolis, | December 13, 1754. | By James Sterling, a.m. 
Rector of St. Paul's Parish, in Kent County. | Anna-polis: \ Printed 
by Jonas Green, Printer to the Province. | mdcclv. | Small 4to, 

pp.48. BM. 9133I 

Title from L. C. Wroth's "History of Printing In Colonial Maryland," 1922. 

Sterling. Zeal against the Enemies of our Country | pathet- 
ically recommended: | In a remarkable | Sermon, | Preached be- 
fore I His Excellency the Governor | of | Maryland, | and | Both 
Houses of Assembly, | at | Annapolis. | December 13, 1754. | By 
James Sterling, a.m. | Rector of St. Paul's Parish, in Kent County 
Published at the Request of the Lower House of Assembly. 



: STERLING. o^^ 

\Annafolisy Printed: \ London refrinted, for J. Whiston and B 
White, I in Fleet-street, mdcclv. | {Price Six-Pence) \ 8vo, pp! 

j^^-^' 3°- BM.,C.,JCB. 91332 

; Sterling (John). 5^^ Stirling (John). 

Sterling (John Canfield). Defence of John Caniield Sterhng, 
Presbyter, on his trial upon presentment for alleged schismatical 
:onduct, in the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of 
America. New-York: John F. Trow, Printer, 49 Ann-street. 
185 1. Svo, pp. 63. GTS. + Second edition. New-York: John 
Moffet, 82 Nassau-Street. 1852. 8vo, pp. 67. 

B., BM., UTS. 91333 

Sterling. A Letter to the Rt Rev. John Williams, d.d., Assist- 
mt Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of Con- 
lecticut, by John Canfield Sterling. Presbyter. New York: John 
Moffet,^2 Nassau Street. 1855. [Verso of title:] R.Craighead, 
\tnter,'SZ Vesey Street,N . Y. 8vo, pp. 14, (i). uTS. 91334 

Sterling (William A.). The Child's Instructor: being an 
.arly introduction to the orthography of the Columbian language. 
:ontaining a choice selection of early spelling and reading lessons, 
.roperly arranged to lead the learner by degrees to a competent 
:nowledge of the rudiments of reading. Suited to the capacity of 
outh. By William A. Sterling, schoolmaster. Fair haven: Printed 
nd sold by Judah P. Sfooner. mdccxcvi. i 2mo, pp. 48. 9 1335 

Title from Evans. 

Stern (Samuel). Speech of Samuel Stern, of Saxonville, at the 
Union Meeting" in Natick, December 16, 1859. [Colophon:] 
laftck, Mass. Geo. W. Ryder & Co., Printers, Observer Office. 
859. For sale at W. B. Plummer's, Post Office, and at G. W. 
\yder & Co.'s Bookstore, Natick. . . . 8vo, pp. 10. 
^'P''°" '■"^- nyp., whs. 9 1336 

Sternberg (L.). A Funeral Oration, delivered in Dansville, 
avingston County, N. Y., on the Fourth Day of July, 1845, on 
:casion of the Death of Andrew Jackson, who departed this life 
n the eighth day of June, 1845. By Rev. L. Sternberg. 
Tinted by F. Orville Fair child, Dansville, 1845. 8vo, pp. 16. 

BM., NYH. 91337 

Sternberg (P.). A Treatise, on the Raising and Culture of 
Vhtzt, in which is illucidated the Nature of Smut, with the art 



378 STERNE (henry). | 

effectually to avoid and prevent the same. By P. Sternberg, Esq. ! 
Albany : Printed jor the Author. [ 1 8 1 1 .] 1 2mo, pp. 60. 1 

References to an epidemic of smut at the time are included. AAS. 9^33^ i 

Sterne (Henry). A Statement of Facts, submitted to the Right 
Hon. Lord Glenelg, His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for 
the Colonies, Preparatory to an appeal about to be made by the au- 
thor, to the Commons of Great Britain, seeking redress for griev- ' 
ances of a most serious tendencey committed upon him, under the I 
administration of His Excellency, the Marquis of Sligo, the late: 
Governor, and Sir Joshua Row^e, the present Lord Chief Justice . 
of the Island of Jamaica, With an exposure of the system of Jamaica i 
Apprenticeship. By Henry Sterne. . . . London: Printed by J. C. 
Chaffell, 151, Ratclif Highway. 1837. 8vo, pp. xii, 282, indexli 
vii, (i). Folded table. ; 

B., BM., C, CU., H., HISP.SOC.AMER., NYH., NYP., Y. 91339': 

The folded table contains "A Short Account of the Life and Family of the Author." | 

See also: A Key to Sterne's Exposure of Jamaica Justice, or, a brief account ofij 

the author's individual wrongs. London: J. Chappell. [1837?] 8vo, pp. 15. bm. ' 

Sterne ([Laurence]). The | Beauties of Sterne; | including] 
all his I Pathetic Tales, | and most distinguished | Observations on i 
Life. I Selected for the Heart of | Sensibility | . . . | The Tenth Edi-' 
tion, I With considerable Additions. | Philadelfhia: \ Printed by 
William Sfotswood. \ m.dcc.lxxxix. | 24mo, pp. xii, 228. 

AAS., NYP. 91340 

Sterne. The | Beauties of Sterne: | Including all his I Pathetic 
Tales, I and Most Distinguished | Observations on Life. | Selected 
for the Heart of | Sensibility. | To v^hich is added, | the Life of Mr, 
Sterne. | . . . 1 Philadelfhia: \ Printed by T. Seddon, in Market- 
Street, I Betvjeen Front and Second-Streets. \ mdccxc. | i2mo, pp. 
191. AAS. -\- Philadelfhia; Printed and sold by W. Woodhouse. 
at the Bible, No. 6, South Front-Street. 1 79 1. + The Eleventh 
Edition, | with considerable Additions. | Boston: \ Printed ana 
Sold by John W. Folsom, \ No. 30, Union-Street. \ M,DCC,xciii. ; 
24mo, pp. xii, 229, ( i ). aas. + The Eleventh Edition, | with con- 
siderable Additions. | Boston: \ Printed by John W. Folsom, fo) 
Dan- 1 iel Brewer of Taunton. \ M,DCC, xciii. | 24mo, pp. xii, 229 
(i). AAS. 91341 

Title of the 1791 edition from Evans. 

In the titles of the 1793 editions, "Pathetic" is spelled "Pathetick," and the line 
relating to the life of Sterne are omitted. 



STERNE (LAURENCE ). 379 

Sterne, [sic]. The Koran, containing the life, character, and 
sentiments of Tria Juncta in Uno, M. N. A. or Master of No Arts. 
By Laurence Sterne. In two volumes. Philadelfhia: Printed and 
sold by Robert Bell. iJjS. 2 vols. Qi'^42 

Title from Hildeburn. 

Originally published in London in 1770, under the title, "The Posthumous Works 
of a late Celebrated Genius, deceased," the work was merely an imitation of Sterne. 
"Its author, it should have been known, was Richard Griffith the elder, who betted 
with a friend that he could write a book which 'would pass current ... as a writing 
of Mr. Sterne'; and won (as he said himself) the bet." See Cross's "Life and Times 
of Laurence Sterne," 3d ed., 1929, p. 520. The forgery was included in the Dublin, 
1779, edition of Sterne's Works, and in several other editions. 

[Sterne.] Letters | from | Yorick to Eliza. | London^ Printed: 
I Philadelfhia^ Re-frinted, by John Dunlaf, | in Market-street. \ 
M,Dcc,Lxxin. I i2mo, pp. 71. aas., nyh., p. 91343 

Sterne. Letters from Yorick to Eliza . . . Burlington [N. /.] 
Isaac Neale. 1792. i6mo. 91344 

Title from the Heartman catalogue for the sale of June 6, 1919, lot no. 84. 

Sterne. Letters to his most intimate friends. By Laurence 
Sterne. Published by his Daughter. In three volumes. Philadel- 
fhia: Printed and sold by Robert Bell. 1778. 3 vols. 9^345 

Title from Hildeburn. 

[Sterne.] A | Sentimental Journey, | through | France and 
Italy. I By | Mr. Yorick. | In two volumes. | . . . | [Philadelfhia] 
North-America: \ Printed for R. Bell, Bookseller and Auctionier 
[sic]. I M.DCC.LXX. I 2 vols. in one, i2mo, pp. 123. aas., nyh., 
nyp. + Philadelfhia : \ Printed by T. Seddon, in Market-street, \ 
between Front and Second-streets. \ mdccxc. | 2 vols, in one, 
i2mo, pp. 156. aas. 91346 

Vol. 2 in both editions has a separate title page. For a 1771 edition, see Yorick's 
ISentimental Journey, below. 

I Sterne. A Sentimental journey through France and Italy, by 
Mr. Yorick. In two volumes. Philadelfhia: Printed and sold by 
W. Woodhouse, at the Bible, No. 6, South Front-Street. 1791. 

I Title from Evans. 91347 

[Sterne.] A | Sentimental Journey | through | France and 
i[taly. I By | Mr. Yorick. | . . . | Norwich: \ Printed by Bushnell 
^md Hubbard. | M^DCC^xcii. | 2 vols, in one, small 8vo, pp. 254. 

[ Vol. 2 has a separate title page. AAS., NYP., Y. 9 1 348 

\ [Sterne.] A | Sentimental Journey | Through | France and 
[ttaly. I By I Mr. Yorick. I In two Volumes. I . . . i First Worcester 



38o 



STERNE ( LAURENCE). 






Edition. | Printed at Worcester^ Massachusetts y | By Isaiah Thomas. \ 
I Sold at his Bookstore in Worcester. Sold also by said Thomas^ I i 
and Andrews^ at Faust's Statue^ Newbury Street, Boston; and by i 
I said ThomaSj and Carlisle, at Walfole, Newhamf shire. | mdcc- i 
xciii. I 2 vols, in one, i2mo, pp. 172. Frontispiece. { 

Vol. 2 has a separate title page. AAS., JCB. 91349 j 

[Sterne.] A | Sentimental Journey | through | France and 1 
Italy. I By | Mr. Yorick. | Ornamented with Elegant Engravings. 1 

1 Nevj-York: \ Printed jor the Booksellers. \ 1795. | l2mo, pp. 316. I 

2 plates. AAS., NYP. 91350 -I 

[Sterne.] A | Sentimental Journey | through | France and ( 
Italy. I By | Mr. Yorick. | New-York: \ Printed jor John Reid,') 
Bookseller and Stationer, \ No. 106, Water-street, | 1796. | i2mo, nj 
pp.316. Frontispiece. b., nyp. 91351 ij 

"Yorick's Sentimental Journey continued, by Eugenius," pp. 187—316, was written | 
by John Hall-Stevenson. See sketch of that author in Diet. Nat. Biog. 

[Sterne.] The | Sermons | of | Mr. Yorick. | In two volumes. \ 
I ... I Philadelphia: | Printed by James Humfhreys, jun. | [1774.] ,; 
i2mo, pp. 240, 240-252, 254-270; 257. 91352' 

Title supplied from the heh. copy of vol. I by Willard O. Waters, who states that 
the half title of that volume and all of vol. 2 are lacking in that library's copy. The 
collation of vol. 2 is supplied from Hildeburn. The above forms part of the "Wffirks" 
published in 1774, and may possibly have been issued separately, with the half title 
of the "Works" omitted. 

Sterne. The Whole Story of the Sorrows of Maria, of Monlines. 
Collected from various works of the justly celebrated Sterne. Salem: 
Sold by John Dabney. 1793. 91353 

Title from Evans. 

Sterne. The | Whole Story | of the | Sorrows of | Maria, | of 
Moulines. | Selected from various works of the celebrated | Sterne. 

A Tale, founded on fact. | . . . | Second Edition, | Boston — 1793. 

Printed, and jor sale at the different Book- | stores in town. \ 
Small 8vo, pp. 23? H. 91354 

Only the stub of the last leaf is left in the h. copy, but apparently the verso was 
blank. 

Sterne. The | Works | of | Laurence Sterne, a.m. | Prebendary 
of York, I and | Vicar of Sutton on the Forest, | and of | Stillington, 
near York. | With the [ Life of the Author. | In six volumes. | . . . 
I London Printed. \ Philadelphia, Re-frinted; \ By Jam.es Hum- 
phreys, Junior, \ in Front-street. MDCCLXXiv. | 6 vols., i2mo, pp. 



t>^%\ 



tf\- 



STERNE ( LAURENCE). 38 I 

(4), iii-xiv, 262, frontispiece portrait; (6), 267-522, (2); (4), 
3-196, (2); 240, 240-252, 254-270, advertisement (2); 257; 
(8), 5-250* advertisement (i). c, nyh. + In five volumes. | 
[. . . I [Same imprint and date.] 5 vols., i2mo, pp. xiv, xii, (2), 
:xii-33^ 342-3 70» frontispiece portrait; 348; 240, 240-25 2, 254- 
270, advertisement (2); 257; 250, advertisement and Additional 
List of Subscribers (5). aas., heh., hsp. 91355 

In the titles of all except the first two volumes in each edition, the tenth and 
eleventh lines, "With the Life of the Author," are omitted. 
[ A list of subscribers forms part of the preliminary pages of vol. i of both editions. 

The "Additional List of Subcribers" which comes at the end of the last volume in 
the 5-volume edition, forms part of the preliminary leaves at the beginning of the 
ilast volume in the 6-volume edition. 

j Besides the general title pages of the volumes, each of the works has a separate title 
|page. The contents are the same in both editions, the "Life and Opinions of Tristram 
Shandy" forming vols. 1-3 in the 6-volume edition, and 1-2 in the s-volume edition. 
This is followed by the "Sermons of Mr. Yorick" in two volumes; and a last volume 
Containing the "Sentimental Journey," "A Political Romance," "Letters from Yorick 
:o Eliza," and "Sterne's Letters to his Friends." The title of the "Letters from Yorick" 
jias no imprint. 

According to a note printed with the list of subscribers, some copies were to be 
Printed on fine paper. 

! HEH. has two copies of the 5-volume edition. In vol. 3 of one, the verso of the 
ourth leaf is numbered vi, while in the other it is correctly numbered viii. 
j AAS. lacks vols. 3 and 5. y. has a copy of one of the editions. 

I In the advertisement the printer stated that, as soon as Sterne's daughter should 
pring out another collection of his Letters, he intended to print them as a seventh 
i'olume. 

I Sterne. Yorick's Sentimental Journey through France and 
|[taly. By the late celebrated Dr. Sterne, of double entendre mem- 
)ry. Two volumes in one. Philadelphia: Printed for Robert Bell, 
1771. 2 vols, in one. 91356 

Title from Hildeburn. For other early American editions, see Sentimental Journey, 
,.bove. 

j Sterns ([Jonathan]). The | Reply I of | Messrs. Sterns & 
'Faylor, [ to the | Answers | given by the | Judges of the Supreme 
Jourt of Nova Scotia, | to | the Facts by them related, | when 
lummoned | Before the House of Assembly of that Province, in 
pommittee, [ for the purpose of | Investigating the Official Con- 
duct of the said Judges. | [London. 1789.] Large 8vo, pp. 59. 

BA.,Y. 91357 

Dated on p. 54: No. 38, Frith Street, Soho, September zjth, 1789. 

Sterre (Dionysius van der), ed. Zeer Aanmerkelijke Reysen 
jjedaan door Jan Erasmus Reining. See Reining (J. E.), no. 
!»9ii9, vol. 16. c, hisp.soc.amer., nyp. 



382 STERRET. 

Sterret (James). The Black Republican, by James Sterret, th( 
American Cosmopolite . . . Harrisonburg j Va.: Printed at th 
"Register" Office. 1856. I2mo, pp. 36. ^.9135^ 

Sterret. An Humble Effort to promote Order. By Jamei 
Sterret. A blind man, who has been dependent for help on differ- i 
ent amanuenses, from time to time, for the completion of his writ- ; 
ings, since the i6th of August, 1846. Mountain V alley ^ Va., {neav 
Harrisonburg:) Printed at the Office of Josefh Funk & Sons | 
1854. l8mo, pp. 48. NYP. 9135c] 

Sterry (Abby H.). Effusions, Religious, Moral, and Patrioticji! 
in Prose and Verse. By Abby H. Sterry. New-London: Printeai 
for the author : by Sa?nuel Green. 18 18. i2mo, pp. 150. 

AAS., BU., NYH. 913605! 

Sterry (Consider). The | American Youth: | being | a New! 
and Complete Course | of | Introductory Mathematics: | designeoij 
for the use of | Private Students. | By | Consider and John Sterry. iij 
Vol. 1. I ... I Printed at ProvidencCj | by Bennett Wheeler y for tht\ 
Authors, 1790. I 8vo, pp. 387, (l). ' 

No more published. AAS., BU., C, H., RIHS., Y. 91361 J 

Proposals for printing this volume had appeared in the "Connecticut Gazette" 0; I 

New London as early as June 20, 1788. 

Recommendations by Nathan Daboll, Jared Mansfield, Col. Samuel Mott, and Rev, 

Joseph Huntington, form pp. [ix]— [xii]. 

Sterry. A | Complete [ Exercise Book, [ in | Arithmetic: |' 
Designed for the use of Schools in the | United States. | By Consider \ 
& John Sterry, | Authors of the American Youth. | . . . | Norwich. 
I Printed and sold by John Sterry and Co. \ ( With the Privilege 0] I 
copyright) \ M, DCC, xcv. | l2mo, pp. 120, additional table and. 
advertisement (i). aas., h., heh. 91362} 

I 

Sterry. Masonic Formalities of burying the Dead, together j 

with the ancient charges at initiation, &c. as performed by the best 
working lodges, and most intelligent Masons in America. By Con- j 
sider Sterry, Past Master of Somersett [sic] Lodge, and H. E. 
Franklin Chapter, &c. . . . Norwich: Printed by R. Hubbard, for 
the Author. 1813. i2mo, pp. 24, (i). aas. 913631 

Sterry (John). The American Youth. See Sterry (Consider). j 

Sterry (Louisa Ann), resfondent. See Sterry (Robert). 

Sterry (Peter). The Way of God with his people in these na-i 



STERRY. 



383 



ti'ons; a thanksgiving sermon, Nov. 5th, 1656, for the victory over 
the Spaniards West-Indie fleet. . . . London. 1657. 4^°- 

BODLEIAN. 91364 

Sterry (Robert). In the Court for the Trial of Impeachments 
and the Correction of Errors, Phih'p Verplanck impleaded vt^ith 
James Arden, Richard D. Arden, and De Witt Clinton, Appellant, 
against Robert Sterry, and Louisa Ann Sterry, his vi^ife. Respond- 
ents. Case on the part of the Respondents. New-York: Printed by 
J. Seymour, N 0. \() John-Street. 1815. 8vo,pp. 28. B. 91365 

Stetson (Amasa). Amasa Stetson's Claim, with Documents 
and Correspondence in Relation to the Foundation of the Claim; 
A Judicial Decision, By the United States District Court, establish- 
ing the principles as equitable and legal on which the Claim made is 
founded. Together with explanations of the Report, made by the 
Committee of Claims to the House of Representatives; At the last 
Session of Congress. Submitted to the Congress of the United 
States. By the Petitioner. TJ^Wzm^/ow. 1824. 8vo, pp. 39. 91366 

Title from a manuscript note prepared for the Dictionary by Joseph Sabin. 

Stetson. The Claim of Amasa Stetson, extended to other ser- 
vices and grounds of claim, than those for which compensation was 
required at the War Department, and which, on appeal made to 
Congress, was partially allowed, at the last session, is again sub- 
mitted to the Eighteenth Congress of the United States, at its second 
session. By the Petitioner. Boston: Printed by True and Greene. 

1825. 8V0, pp. (2), 34. AAS., BA. 91367 

[Stetson.] Dorchester, Jan. 15, 1822. Dear Sir, Having for 
the first time in my life, become a petitioner, and to the government 
of which you are a member, not for a favor, but justice, which jus- 
tice the Secretary of war feels himself precluded, by the rules of the 
department and proceedings had in my case, from rendering me: 
Therefore, I take the liberty. Sir, of addressing you, to make you 
acquainted with the nature of my claim. ... [n.f. 1822.] 8vo, 

PP- 20. AAS., B., BA. 91368 

Signed, A. Stetson. 

Letter addressed to members of Congress, beginning as above, and presenting a 
claim against the government for sums advanced in 1812-13. 

Stetson. Exposition of the Documents and Claim of Amasa 
Stetson. [Washington? 1825?] 8vo, pp. 7. B. 91369 

The claim of Amasa Stetson was before committees of Congress from 1 823-1 826. 
See Poore. 



384 STETSON. 

Stetson (Caleb). A Discourse on the Duty of Sustaining the 
Laws, occasioned by the Burning of the Ursuh'ne Convent. Deliv- 
ered at the First Church in Medford, Sunday, August 24, 1834. 
By Caleb Stetson. . . . Boston: Hilliardy Grajy and Comfany. 
1834. [Verso of title:] /. D. Freeman^ 'Printer ^ Washington 
Street. 8vo, pp. 18. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, H., M., NYH., NYP. 91370 

Stetson. A Discourse on the State of the Country, delivered in 
the First Church in Medford on the Annual Fast, April 7th, 1842. 
By Caleb Stetson. ... Boston: James Munroe and Comfany. 
M DCCC XLII. [Verso of title:] CaTubridge Press: Thurston and 
Torry. 8vo, pp. 25. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., C, H., M., NYH., UTS., WHS. 9137I 

Stetson. The Kingdom of God. A Sermon: preached at the 
Ordination of John Pierpont, Jr., as pastor of the Second Congre- 
gational Church in Lynn, October 1 1, 1843. -^7 Rev. Caleb Stet-. 
son. With the Charge, by Rev. John Pierpont. Right hand of 
fellowship, by Rev. J. T. Sargent. Address to the people, by Rev.. 
Convers Francis, d.d. Lynn: Washingtonian Press : : : Tolman^s' 
Print. 1843. 8vo, pp. 30. 

AAS., BM., H., HEH., M., NYH., UTS. 91372 
For an 1844 edition, see The Principle of Reform, below. 

Stetson. An Oration Delivered at Lexington, on the Fourth of 
July, 1825. By Caleb Stetson. Cambridge. Printed by Hilliard and 
Metcalf. 1825. 8vo, pp. 20. 

AAS., B., BA., H., M., NYH., UTS. 91373 

Stetson. The Principle of Reform. A Sermon preached at the 
Ordination of John Pierpont, Jr., as pastor of the Second Congre- 
gational Church in Lynn, October 11, 1843. -^7 Caleb Stetson. 
Second Edition. Boston: Benjamin H. Greene. 1844. [Verso of 
title:] Printed by Andrews y Prentiss and Studleyy No. 4 Devon- 
shire Street. 8vo, pp. 36. AAS., BM., C, GTS., M., NYP., UTS. 9 1 374 

For the first edition, see The Kingdom of God, above. 

Stetson. A Sermon preached before the Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Company, June 7, 1830, on the Celebration of their I92d 
Anniversary. By C. Stetson. Cambridge: Printed by E. W. 
Metcalf and Comfany. M DCCC xxx. 8vo, pp. 18. 

AAS., B., BA., BM., H., M., UTS., Y. 91375 



I STETSON. 085 

i 

I Stetson. Two Discourses preached before the First Congrega- 
tional Society in Medford; one upon leaving the old Church; and 
one at the Dedication of the new. By Caleb Stetson . . . Boston, 
\Printed by Isaac R. Butts. 1840. 8vo, pp. 59, (i ). 

I AAS.y B.J BA., BM., C, H., M., NYH., Y. 9 1 376 

' For an answer to an article by Stetson in the Christian Examiner of March, 1836, 
see L. M. Sargent's anonymous "Letter on the 'State of the Temperance Reform,' no. 
77013, vol. 18. The first edition is located at aas. ba., bm., nyp., and y. 

I Stetson ([Lemuel]). Speech of Mr. Stetson, of New York, 
on the Annexation of Texas: delivered in the House of Represen- 
tatives January 7, 1 845. Washington : Printed at the Globe Office. 

1845. 8vo,pp. 6, (l). C, HEH._, M., NYP., Y. 91377 

I Stetson. Speech of Mr. Stetson, of New York, touching the 
'Dpinions of Mr. Van Buren on the Right of Suffrage, in reply to 
jVIr. Caleb B. Smith: delivered in the House of Representatives, 
'VIarch20, 1844. Washington: Printed at the Globe Office. 1844. 
pvo, pp. 8. BM.,H. 91378 

; Stetson (Seth). The Substance of a Discourse, preached in the 
Wond Parish, Plymouth, December 22, 1806, in Memory of the 
^.anding of our Forefathers, 22 December, 1620. By Seth Stetson, 
itastor of the Second Church in said Town. . . . Boston: Printed 
\y E. Lincoln, Water-Street. 1807. Svo, pp. 24. 

j AAS., B., H., MINNHS., UTS., Y. 91379 

j Stetson. A Thanksgiving Sermon, delivered before the Second 
:ociety in Plymouth, November 26, 1807. By Seth Stetson . . . 
Boston: Printed by Lincoln & Edmands, No. 53, Cornhill. 1807. 

;V0, pp. 23. AAS., BM., NYH., UTS., Y. 91380 

I Steuart. See also Stewart, and Stuart. 
I 

I Steuart (Adam). An | Answer | to a | Libell | Intituled, | 
|i Coole Conference | Betweene the cleered | Reformation | and 
[le I Apologeticall Narration, | Brought together by a Wel-willer 
|) both ; j Wherein are cleerely refuted what ever he bringeth a- | 
lainst the Reformation cleared, most humbly sub- | mitted to the 
|idgement of the Honourable Houses | of Parliament, the most 
jCarned and Re- | verend Divines of the Assembly, | and all the 
leformed | Churches. | By Adam Stevart. | . . . Imprinted at 
\ondon, 1644. I Small 4to, pp. (6), 62. A in three, B-H in fours, 
I in three. 

I BM., BODLEIAN., FAC.ADV., NYP., UTS, (mCALPIN ) 9 I 38 I 



386 STEUART (aDAm). ] 

I 

I 

Contains many references to New England. i 

For a reply, see "C. C. The Covenanter vindicated from Periurie," 1644, aas., uts 

(mcalpin). ' 

Steuart. The Second Part of the Dvply | to | M. S. alias Twc 
Brethren. | Wherein | Are | Maintained | The Kings, Parliaments ^ 
and all Civil Ma- | gistrates Authority about the Church. | Sub- 
ordination of Ecclesiasticall Judica- | tories. | [and wherein are] 
refuted | the | Independency of particular Congregations. | Licen- ; 
tiousnesse of wicked Conscience, and | Toleration of all sorts oli 
most detestable | Schismes, Heresies and Religions; as, Ido- [latry. 
Paganisme, Turcisme, Judaisme, Ar- | rianisme, Brownisme, Ana- 
baptisme, &c. | which M. S. maintain in their Book. | With | A brieji 
Epitome and Refutation of all the | whole Independent-Govern-i 
ment. | Most humbly submitted to the Kings most excellent Maj-' 
estie. I To the most Honorable Houses of Parliament. | The mosn 
Reverend and Learned Divines of the Assembly. | And all thei 
Protestant Churches in this Island and abroad. | By Adam Steuart. 
Octob. 3. 1644. Imprimatur Ja: Cranford. | London: Printed jor 
lohn Fieldy and are to he sold at his house ufon | Addle-hill^ neer 
Baynards-Castle. 1644. | 4to, pp. (8), 144, 147—194. A-Z ir 
fours, Aa-Bb in fours. bm.,h., job,, nyp., uts. (mcalpin) 91382; 

Contains references to New England, as well as to Independents in general. 

For the first part, see Zerubbabel to Sanballat and Tobiah, below. See also, "A 
Short Answer to A. S. alias Adam Stewart's second part of his overgrown Duply tc 
the two brethren," 1644, bm., bodleian., uts. (mcalpin), attributed to John Good- 
win in the McAlpin Catalogue, vol. 2, 1928, which see for a lined title. 



[Steuart.] Some | Observations | and | Annotations | Upon{ 
the [ Apologeticall Narration, | Humbly submitted to the Honour- 1; 
able Houses of Parliament; | The most Reverend and Learned [| 
Divines | of the [ Assembly, | And all the Protestant Churches! 
here | in this Island, and abroad. | London^ | Printed jor Chris-\ 
to f her Meredithy and are to be sold in \ Pauls Church-yard at the i 
sign of the Crane. 1643. I 4^°' PP- (8)) 7 1- A— K in fours. EM., H..| 
JCB., NYP., UTS. (mcalpin). + [Same imprint and collation.] i 

1644. B._, BM., FAC.ADV., JCB._, UTS. (mCALPIn) 91383J 

The introductory letter is signed, A.S. For a reply, see S. (M.), no. 74624, vol. i8:j 
BM., JCB., UTS. (mcalpin), another edition of which was issued in the same yeat , 
under title, A Reply of two of the Brethren, no. 69679, vol. 17, uts. (mcalpin). In 
the McAlpIn Catalogue, vol. 2, 1928, this answer to Steuart is attributed to John; 
Goodwin. See that catalogue for a fuller and lined-off title of the second edition. ,1 

Steuart. Zerubbabel to Sanballat and Tobiah: I or, I The First] 
Part of the Dvply I To I M. S, alias Two Brethren. I By Adami 
Stevart. Whereunto is added, The ludgement of the Reformed 



STEUART (aNDREw). 387 

ZhuT- I ches of France, Switzerland, Geneva, &c. | Concerning 
[ndependents, who condemne them with an unanimous consent. | 
^uWished by David Steuart. | . . . | March 17. 1644. Imprimatur 
fa: Cranford. | London: Printed for lohn Field, and are to be 
old at his house ufon \ Addle-hilly neer Baynards-Castle. 1 645. I 
^to, pp. (8), 16, 25-40, 49-112. B in four, B-E in fours, H-P 

n fours. BM., FAC.ADV., NYP., UTS. (mCALPIn) 9 I 384 

Pp. 9, 12, 13, and 16 are each misnumbered 00; p. 64 and 104-112 are misnum- 
ered 56, and 304—312 respectively. 

Nothing is missing between pp. i6 and 25, as the text and signatures are continu- 
us. There are no signatures F and G in the nyp and uTS. copies. 

[Steuart (Andrew)]. The | Ass | m the | Lyon's Skin; | 
^vuckily disco ver'd | By his Braying. | . . . | Philadelphia: Printed 
mdSold by Andrew Steuart, in \ Second-street. 1763. Small 8vo, 
>P- 8. p. 91385 

Title from Hildeburn, no. 1871. A reply to "Errata; or, the Art of Printing in- 
orrectly," 1763, by Francis Hopkinson, which poked fun at Steuart's edition of 
Vhittenhall's Latin Grammar. For attributions of these two anonymous pam- 
hlets, see Hastings' "Life and Works of Francis Hopkinson," 1926, pp. 87-90. 

Steuart. The | Gentleman and Citizen's | Pocket Almanack, | 
ly Andrew Steuart, Bookseller. | For the Year 1762. | Fitted to 
he use of Pennsylvania and | the neighbouring Provinces. | [4 
ines.] I Philadelphia: \ Printed by Andrew Steuart, at the \ 
Tible-in-Heart, in Second-street. [176 1.] | 24mo, pp. (48). 
f For . . , 1763. [Same imprint and collation. 1762.] -|- For 
. . 1764. [Same imprint and collation. 1 763.] + For . . . 1765. 
Same imprint and collation. 1764.] aas. -{-For ... 1766. 
Same imprint, 1765.] + For . . . 1 767. [Same imprint and eol- 
ation. 1766.] AAS. -f- For. . , 1768. [Same imprint and collation, 
vith frontispiece folded table added. 1767.] aas. + For ... 
769. [Same imprint, pp. (48). 1768.] hsp. -|- For ... 1770 
. . Philadelphia: | Printed for, and sold by, Thomas Ma- | gee, 
Administrator to Andrew Steuart. \ [1769.] 24mo, pp. (48). 
''rontispiece folded table, aas. + Second edition. [Same imprint. 
769.] 24mo. 91386 

Titles of the issues for 1 762-1 764, and 1769, from Hildeburn; for 1766, and 
;cond edition, for 1770, from Evans. 

Steuart (J.). 5^^ Steuart (J[ohn]). 

[Steuart {Sir James)], b. 1635, d. 17 15, Lord Advocate of 
'cotland. Scotland's Right to Caledonia . . . presented ... by the 
vord President of the Session and Lord Advocate. See no. 78196, 
ol. 19. H., nyp. 



388 STEUART (jAMEs). ! 

I 

In the H. copy the names of the Lord President of the Session, and of the Lor ; 
Advocate are supplied in MS. on the title page as Sir Robert Berwick and Sir Williat. 
James Stewart, respectively. However, the life of the Lord Advocate in Diet. Nai ; 
Biog. is given under the name, James Steuart or Stewart. ] 

Steuart {Sir James), afterwards Sir James Steuart Denhaml 
h. i']i2,d. 1780. An Inquiry into the Principles of Political CEcon- ! 
omy: Being an Essay on the Science of Domestic Policy in Fre(j 
Nations. In which are particularly considered Population, Agricul- ' 
ture. Trade, Industry, Money, Coin, Interest, Circulation, Banks j 
Exchange, Public Credit, and Taxes. By Sir James Steuart, Bart i 
In Three Volumes. Philadelfhia: W. and T. Bradford. 1771 I 
3 vols. 9138};! 

Title from Hildeburn. j 

Steuart (J[ohn]). Bogota in 1836-7. Being a narrative oij 
an expedition to the capital of New-Grenada, and a residence then(' 
of eleven months. By J. Steuart. New-York: Printed for thi\ 
Author by Harfer ^ Brothers, 82 CVijf -Street. 1 838. i2mo, pp:i 
(4), vii-viii, 13-312, (i). aas., ba., em._, c, cu., hisp.soc.amer.J 
NYH., NYP., ucal., WHS. + London'. Wiley &? Putnam, 35 ! 
Paternoster-Row. 1839. [Verso of title:] Gould i^ Newman. \ 
Printers, A ndover, Mass. i2mo, pp. viii, 13—312, (2). j 

p., ¥.9138^1 

The 1838 edition is copyrighted by John Steuart. Title of the 1839 edition suppliec ' 
by Anne S. Pratt. ' 

Steuart. Narrative of Eleven Months' Residence in Bogota.' 
in 1836-37. Philadelfhia. H.Perkins. 9 1 3^9 

Roorbach, 1820— 1852, lists the above without date. '■ 

Steuart (R[ichard] S[prigg] ). Letter to John L. Carey, on 
the Subject of Slavery. By Dr. R. S. Steuart. Baltimore: Printed 
by J. Murfhy. 1845. i2mo, pp. 12. b., c, h., hsp. 91390 

[Steuart (William)]. Pamphlet against Riggs & Nourse . . . 
1809. Published in 1 8 10. To the public. {^Georgetown, Md.f 
1810?] 8vo, pp. 38. c. 91391 

Attributed to Steuart from internal evidence. Many of the author's letters, dated 
from Georgetown, are included. Information supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

[Steuart (iSzV William Drummond)], yth hart. Altowan; or, 
Incidents of Life and Adventure in the Rocky Mountains. By an 
Amateur Traveler. Edited by J. Watson Webb. In two volumes. 
. . . Harfer & Brothers, Publishers, 82 Clif Street, New York. 
1846. 2 vols., i2mo, pp. (4), iii-xxix, 25-255; 240. 

c, H._, heh., minnhs., nyp. 91392 



STEUBEN. 389 

According to the statement of Alex. S. Webb in the "Magazine of American His- 
:ory," vol. 15, 1886, p. 312, "Sir William Stuart, of Scotland, wrote Altowan for 
Tiy brothers and sisters and myself, when we lived at Spring Lawn, near Flushing." 

Steuben (Friedrich Wilhelm August Heinrich Ferdinand von). 
By the Honourable Major General Baron de Steuben, | com- 
-nanding the troops in the state of Virginia. | The Honourable the 
Congress of the United States having directed that the officers of 
:he state | of Virginia, on continental establishment, should assemble 
ogether, that their line may be | arranged under the new regula- 
I'ons of the 21st of November last: I do therefore hereby direct all 
:ontinental | officers belonging to the line of this state, to repair to 
Dhesterfield court-house, on or before the loth day of | February 
lext ensuing, in order that their respective claims may be considered, 
.nd finally decided upon. . . . | [Four lines.] | Given under my hand, 
It Richmond, this 20th day of December, in the year of our Lord 
me I thousand seven hundred and eighty, and of our independence 
he fifth. I Steuben. | By the General's command, | P. S. Du Pon- 
eau, Aid-de-Camp. | [Richmond. 1780.] Small broadside. 

AAS. 91393 

Steuben. For the Use of the Militia of Pennsylvania. An 
\bstract . . . 1779. See below, in the chronological arrangement of 
ditions of the Regulations. 

Steuben. A | Letter | on the [ Subject | of an | Established 
vlilitia, I and | Military Arrangements, | Addressed to the 
nhabitants | of the | United States, | By Baron De Steuben. | . . . 
^ew-York: Printed by J. M'Lean and Co. \ mdcclxxxiv. | 4to 

p. (4), 16. AAS., B., BA., C, H., HEH., JCB., M., NYH., Y. 91394 

Steuben. The Military Assistant. See below, in the chrono- 
Dgical arrangement of editions of the Regulations, under 18 12. 

Steuben. The Military Companion. See below, in the editions 
f the Regulations, under 1808. 

Steuben. The Militia Soldier's Pocket Companion. 1807. See 
elow, in the chronological arrangement of the editions of the 
regulations. 

Steuben. Regulations. 

I The following chronological arrangement contains not only the editions of the 
ork as first published, but also abridgments, extracts, adaptations, and a transla- 
on. Evans enters the issues of the work under "United States," and c. under "U. S. 
tspecior-general's office." 
According to Kapp's "Life" of Steuben, 1859, p. 199, in preparing the work the 

VOL. XXIII. 25 



390 STEUBEN. 

general "selected . . . Colonel Fleury and Captain Walker as his assistants, Captai 
de I'Enfant to draw the plans, and Mr. Duponceau as his secretary." He planned 1 1 
divide his book into four parts: "ist, the service of the infantry in the field; 2c! 
service in garrison and on parade; 3d, service of the cavalry, and 4th, the service ci 
light troops." Only the first part was printed, though the part relating to cavalry wa ' 
finished in manuscript. i 

[Steuben.] Regulations | for the | Order and Discipline | oj 
the I Troops | of the | United States. | Part I. | Philadelfhia:\ Printe, 
by Styner and C'lst^ In Second-street. \ M DCC Lxxix. | i2mo, pp 
154, (9), 8 folded plates. I 

AAS., BA., C, HEH., JCB., M., NYH., NYP., P. 9139'! 

Steuben. For the | Use of the Militia | Of Pennsylvania. I Ai; 
I Abstract | Of a System of | Military Discipline: | Framed by j th(j 
Hon. the Baron Steuben, | Major General and Inspector Generafj 
of the I Armies of these United States. | Approved by | His ExceL(| 
lency General Washington. | Confirmed by | The Hon. the CoH'] 
gress. I Philadelfhta: | Framed by Francis B alley j In Market-Street 

I M.DCC.LXXIX. I 8V0, pp. 38. P. 9139^' 

Title from Hildeburn. 

[Steuben.] Regulations for the order and discipline of th( 
troops of the United States. Part I. Hartford: Printed by Hud-\ 
son and Goodwin. [1779.] 8vo, pp, 138, (6). 8 plates. 9139/' 

A doubtful title from Evans. This is probably the edition entered below undei | 
[1782]. No advertisement of such an edition is found in the aas. file of the "Con- ^ 
necticut Courant," published by Hudson and Goodwin, in issues of 1779 or January! 
1780. ! 

• • • I • 

[Steuben.] Regulations | for the | Order and Discipline | oii 
the I Troops I of the I United States. I Part I. I Hartford: I Prlntea, 
by Hudson and Goodwin. \ [1782.?] 8vo, pp. 138, (6). 8 folded} 
plates. AAS., B., C, NYP., Y. + Hartford: \ Printed by Hudson &\ 
Goodwin. I [1782?] i2mo, pp. 89, verso blank, (6). 8 folded! 

plates. AAS., HEH., NYP., Y. 9I398j 

On p. 2 of both editions appears the resolution of the General Assembly of Con- ] 
necticut, dated May, 1782, adopting the regulations for the state militia. One oil 
these issues was advertised in the "Connecticut Courant" printed by Hudson and] 
Goodwin, as just published, on November 19, 1782. 

[Steuben.] Regulations for the order and discipline of the 
troops of the United States. Part I. Phlladelfhla: Printed by ^ 
Charles Cist? 1782. i2mo, pp. 77, (i), iv. 8 plates. 91399^ 

Title from Hildeburn. i 

[Steuben.] Regulations | for the | Order and Discipline | of; 
the I Troops | of the | United States. | Part I. | Hartford: \ Prlnted\ 



STEUBEN. 



391 



and sold by Nathaniel Patten. \ [1783.] i2mo, pp. 107, (i). 8 
folded plates. aas., h., heh., JCB., y. 91400 

Patten's "Proposals" for printing this edition were first published in the "Connec- 
ticut Courant" for December 31, 1782. 

[Steuben.] Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the 
Troops of the United States. Part I. Boston: Printed and sold by 
T. ^ J. Fleet, at the Bible and Heart in Cornhill. 1784. 9 1 40 1 
Title from Evans. 

[Steuben.] Regulations | for the | Order and Discipline | of 
the I Troops | of the | United States. | Part I. | Philadelfhia: \ 
Printed by Charles Cist, at the Corner of | Fourth and Arch-streets. 
;M,DCC,LXXXV. I i2mo,pp. (4), 151, (8). 8 folded plates. 

NYP. 91402 

[Steuben.] Regulations [ for the | Order | and | Discipline I 
Df the I Troops [ of the | United States. | Part I. | Philadelphia: \ 
Printed by Eleazer Oswald, | at the Coffee-Uouse. | M,DCC,LXXXVI. 
I I2mo, pp. 143. AML. 91403 

! Collation from the Surgeon-General's Catalogue. 

I Steuben. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the 
Troops of the United States. By Baron de Steuben, late major- 
[general and inspector-general in the army of the United States. The 
fifth edition, revised. Boston: Printed and sold by S. Hall, in State- 
Street. 1787. Plates. 91404 

i Title from Evans. 

Steuben. Baron Steuben's Regulations for the Order and Dis- 
n'pline of the Troops of the United States, Which have not only been 
idopted by Congress, but the several Legislatures throughout the 
Continent for the Discipline of the Militia: containing, besides the 
Manual Exercise and Evolutions, Instructions for the Command- 
jint of a Regiment dow^n to a private Soldier. Embellished with eight 
jdegant Copper Plates. Hartford: Sold by Hudson and Goodwin. 
^[787. 91405 

I Advertised for sale in the "Connecticut Courant" for March 26, 1787. 

I 

I Steuben. Reo-ulations for the Order and Discipline of 

II II I I 

|:he I Troops | of the | United States. | By Baron de Steuben, | Late 

jVlajor-General, and Inspector-General, in | the Army of the 

iJnited-States. | Part I. | The Fifth Edition, Revised, | And ren- 

jlered Conformable to the New-York Establishment. | New-York: 

Printed and Sold by Thomas Greenleaf, \ at his Printing-Office, 



392 STEUBEN. j 

I 

I 

No. 25, Water-Street, \ m,dcc,lxxx,vii. | I2mo, pp. 80. Folded! 
plate. NYP. 914061 

Steuben. Baron Steuben's Regulations for the Order and Dis- j 
cipline of the Troops of the United States. Salem: Printed and sold \ 
by Dabney and Cushing. 1788. 91407I 

Title from Evans. j 

Steuben. Regulations | for the | Order | and | Discipline | of! 
the I Troops | of the | United States. | By Baron de Steuben, | Late | 
Majorgeneral and Inspectorgeneral in the | Army of the United i 
States. I The First Worcester Edition. | Printed at Worcester y Mas-] 
sachusettSy \ By Isaiah Thomas^ mdcclxxxviii. | i2mo, pp. 96. 2! 
folded plates. AAS., H. 914081' 

[Steuben.] Regulations for the Order and Discipline of thetj 
Troops of the United States. Boston: Printed and sold by T. &\ 
J. Fleety at the Bible and Heart in Cornhill. 1 790. 9 1409 ' 

Title from Evans. { 

[Steuben.] Regulations | for the | Order and Discipline | of' 
the I Troops | of the | United States. | Part I. | Fayetteville: | Re-: 
printed by Howard and Roulstoney for John Sibley | and Co.\ 
M DCC xc. I i2mo, pp. 72. 91410I 

Title from Weeks' "Press of North Carolina in the Eighteenth Century," 1891, p. 
70. Weeks locates this edition in the library of the University of North Carolina, i 
However, no copy can now be found in that collection. ] 

Steuben. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the j 
Troops of the United States. By Baron Steuben, late major-general i 
and inspector-general in the army of the United States. Illustrated 
with all the necessary copper plates. New-York: Printed by Hugh 
Gaine. 17 90. 9 14 1 1 

Title from Evans. 

Steuben. Regulations | For the | Order and Discipline | Of the | 
Troops I Of the | United States. | Compiled by | Frederick William 
Steuben | Inspector General of the Armies of the United States. | 
State of Rhode Islandy &'c. \ Printed at Providence | By Bennett 
Wheelery 1791. | i2mo, pp. 115. Frontispiece. rihs. 91412 

Title supplied by Howard M. Chapin. 

Steuben. Regulations | For the | Order and Discipline | Of the [ 
Troops of the United States. By Baron de Steuben. Printed in 
Vermont (^Bennington) by Anthony Howell in 1792. i2mo. 6 
folded plates. 914^3 



STEUBEN. 



393 



; A doubtful title from Heartman's catalogue for a sale of April 23, 1921 lot no 
240. As there are typographical errors in the title and imprint, i. e. "Regulation" in- 
stead of "Regulations," "Howell" instead of "Haswell," it seems possible that the 

Idate also is an error for 1794. See below Haswell's edition of that year. An exami- 
nation of the file of Haswell's "Vermont Gazette" at aas., which contains issues in 

jevery month of the year except June, has disclosed no advertisement of an edition of 

ii792, nor is one included in Spargo's list of imprints of that printer in his "Anthony 
Haswell," 1925. ' 

Steuben. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the 
Troops of the United States. By Baron de Steuben. Hartjord: 
•Printed and sold by Nathaniel Patten, mdccxcii. 8vo, pp. 95, 

:(i). 8 plates. ' g;^!^ 

I Title from Evans. 

I Steuben. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the 
.'Troops of the United States. By Baron De Steuben, Late Major- 
:General and Inspector-General in the Army of the United States. 
Windsor: Printed by A IdenSfooner. M.DCC.xcil. l2mo, pp. 91. 

I Title from Gilman. n t ^ t r 

I 914I5 

I Steuben. Regulations | for the | Order and Discipline | of the 
1^ Troops I of the I United States. | Compiled by | Frederick William 
Steuben, | Inspector General of the Armies of the United States. | 
^Boston: \ Printed and Sold by John W. Folsom, Union- \ Street. 
Sold also by John Norman, Newbu- \ ry-Street. \ M,Dcc,xciii. I 
jko, pp. 91, (i). 8 plates, seven of which are folded. 
i B., bm., c, cu., jcb., nyh., nyp. 91416 

I [Steuben.] Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the 
rroops of the United States. New-Brunswick: Printed by Arnett 
'■ndBlauvelt, in Albany-Street. 17 93. 91417 

Title from Evans. 

i Steuben. Regulations | for the | Order and Discipline | of the | 
froops I of the | United States. | Part I. | Philadelphia: \ Printed 
';y E. Oswald, No. 156, Market-Street, \ South, between Fourth 
nd Fijth-Streets. \ M,Dcc,xciii. | 8vo, pp. 48. H. 9 14 18 

1 Reprinted in connection with the Pennsylvania Militia Act, and generally found 
;Ound with it. — Evans. The h. copy Is not bound with the Act. 

j [Steuben.] Regeln | fur die | Ordnung und Disciplin | der | 
iPruppen | der | Vereinigten Staaten. | Erster Theil. | Aus dem 
r^nglischen iibersetzt. | Philadelphia: \ Gedruckt bey Carl Cist, No. 
104, tn der Zweyten-strasse, \ nah bey der Rehs-strasse, 1793. | 
Wo, pp. 84, (4 ) , 3 1 . 8 folded plates. c, nyp. 9 i 4 i 9 

' Title of the final 30 pages: Eine | Acte | zur | Einrichtung | der | Militz | der | 
|.epublick Pennsylvanien. | [Imprint as above.] 
' The NVP. copy lacks the plates. 



394 STEUBEN. 

Steuben. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the 
Troops of the United States. Illustrated with eight copper plates. 
By Baron de Steuben. Savannah: Printed and sold by James and 
Nicholas Johnston. 1793. 91420 

Title from Evans. 

[Steuben.] Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the 
Troops of the United States. Windsor : . Printed by Alden Sfooner. 

1793. i2mo,pp. 91. 91421 

Title from Evans. Contains, An Act for regulating and governing the militia of 
the State of Vermont, passed in October, 1793. 

Steuben. Steuben's Regulations for the Order and Discipline 
of the Troops of the United States. To which is added, the Act to 
regulate and discipline the militia of this State. The first Maryland ; 
edition. Baltimore: Printed and sold by Philif Edwards. 1794. 

Title from Evans. 9I422 

Steuben. Regulations | for the | Order and Discipline | of the 
I Troops of the United States. | To which is Added, | An Appen- 
dix, I Containing, the | United States Militia Act, | Passed in Con- 
gress, May, 1792. I A new Edition, illustrated by eight Copper- 
plates, accurately engraved. | By Baron de Steuben. | Late Major 
General and Inspector General of the Army of | the United States 
Printed for | Keatinge's Bookstore, Market Street, | Baltimore. 

1794. I i2mo, pp. 161. 8 folded plates. JCB. 91423 

Title from a photostat of the title page at aas. Collation from Evans, where the 
printers are supplied as Angell and Sullivan. 

Steuben. Regulations | for the | Order and Discipline | of the 
I Troops of the United States. | By Baron de Steuben, | Late Major 
Gtn. & Inspector Gen. of the American army. | The Twelfth 
Edition. I To which is added, | the | Manual Exercise & Evolutions 
I of the I Cavalry | As practised in the Late American Army. | 
Printed in [Benningtonyl Verm^ont, by Anthony Haswell, | In the 
year 1794. | l6mo, pp. 94, (4). Frontispiece and 8 plates, all 
folded. AAS., c, JCB. 91424 

Steuben. Regulations | for the | Order and Discipline | of the | 
Troops of the United States. | To which is added, | An Appendix, 
I containing, the | United States Militia Act, | Passed in Congress 
May, 1792. I A new Edition, illustrated by eight Copperplates, 
accurately | engraved. | By Baron de Stuben | Late Major General 
and Inspector General of the Army of | the United States. | Printed 
at Boston I by I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews \ Faust's Statue, No. 



STEUBEN. 



395 



45 Newbury St. \ 1794. | i2mo, pp. 153, (8). 8 plates, seven of 
which are folded. C. 91425 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. This issue does not contain the Massachusetts 
Militia Act, found in the two following. 

Steuben. Regulations | for the | Order and Discipline | of the | 
Troops of the United States, j To which is added, | An Appendix, 
I containing, the | United States Militia Act, | Passed in Congress, 
May, 1792. I The Massachusetts Mihtia Act, | Passed June 22, 
1793. I And the | Rules and Articles for governing Troops in | 
Forts and Garrisons, within the Commonwealth of | Massachusetts, 
ind the Militia when in actual Ser- | vice. | A new Edition, illus- 
rrated by eight Copperplates, accurately | engraved. | By Baron de 
5tuben, I Late Major General and Inspector General of the Army 
)f I the United States. | Printed at Boston, \ by I. Thomas and E. T. 
4ndrews,\Faus1^s Statue, N 0. ^<^, Newbury Street. \ 1 794. | l2mo, 
'P- I53> (3) ; 34- 8 plates, seven of which are folded. 

AAS., NYP. 91426 

In this issue the Militia Acts do not have a separate title page. 

Steuben. Regulations | for the | Order and Discipline | of the | 
Froops of the United States, | to which are added] The United States 
Militia Act | passed in Congress, May, 1792, | and the | Militia Act 
)f Massachusetts, | passed June 22, 1793. | A new edition, | illus- 
rated by eight copper plates, | accurately engraved, | By Baron de 
Ituben, I late Major-General and Inspector-General of the Army 
if the United States. | Printed at Boston: \ For David West, No. 
;6, Marlborough Street, \ and \ John West, No. 75, Cornhill, \ 
794. I i2mo, pp. 153, (3); (2), 34. 8 plates, seven of which are 

olded. B., HEH., JCB., M., MINNHS. 9I427 

The appendix containing the Militia Acts, etc. has a separate title page as if 
itended for the complete work, which varies from the one at the beginning. It forms 
le first leaf of Sig. A of the Appendix, and is as follows: 

Regulations | for the | Order and Discipline | of the | Troops of the United States. | 
'o which is added, | An Appendix, | containing, the | United States Militia Act, | 
assed in Congress, May, 1792. | The Massachusetts Militia Act, | Passed June 22, 
793. I And the | Rules and Articles for governing Troops in | Forts and Garrisons, 
ithin the Commonwealth of | Massachusetts, and the Militia when in actual Ser- | 
ice. I A new Edition, illustrated by eight Copperplates, accurately | engraved. | By 
aron de Stuben, | Late Major General and Inspector General of the Army of | the 
nited States. | Printed at Boston, \ for D. West, No. 36, Marlborough Street, \ 
nd J. West, No. 75, Cornhill. \ 1794. | 

[Steuben.] Regulations | for the | Order and Discipline | of 
iie I Troops of the United States | to which is prefixed the Articles 
f War I the | Militia Law of the United States | and the | Militia 
.aw of South Carolina. I Also is added I the Manual of Exercise and 



39^ STEUBEN. j 

I 

Evolutions I of the | Cavalry | as practised in the late American • 
Army. | The plates corrected by an officer in the late American • 
Army | at present in this state. | Charleston: \ Printed and sold by j 
W. P. Young, Franklin' s-Head \ No. 43, Broad-Street | 1 794. I \ 
l2mo, pp. 40, (2), 73, 15, (5). 8 folded plates. | 

C, CH.LIB.SOC, JCB. 91428 | 

Title suppllied by Ernest Kletsch. Steuben's Regulations were also issued together i 
with the plates in "Laws and Regulations; for the Militia of the State of South- I 
Carolina," 1794, pp. 79—188, (5). See our no. 87696, vol. 22. j 

Steuben. Regulations | for the | Order and Discipline | of theij 
I Troops I of the | United States. | To which is Added, | An Ap-;i 
pendix, containing the | United States' Militia Act, | Passed in Con-i' 
gress, May, 1792, | and the Act for Forming and Regulating | thai. 
Militia in New^-Hampshire. j A new Edition, illustrated by eight;! 
Copperplates, | accurately engraved. | By Baron de Stuben, | Late;i: 
Major General and Inspector General of the Army of the | United r! 
States. I Printed at Exeter , \ by Henry Ranlet, &? Sold at his Office, q 
MDCCXciv. I i2mo, pp. 91, (2), 34. 8 folded plates. \ 

AAS., M. 91429 I 

The appendix, pp. (2), 34, contains the United States and the Massachusetts Mili- 
tia Acts and has a separate title page with the imprint: Prnted at Boston, \ by I. ' 
Thomas and E. T. Andrews, \ Faust's Statue, No. 45, Nezvbury Street. \ Sold by them, 
by D. West, No. 36, Marlborough Street, and John \ West, No. 75, Cornhill. \ 1794. | 

The M. copy is only fragmentary, lacking pp. 21—72, and "An Act to provide for 
the National Defence," pp. 85—91. \ 

Neither of the copies examined contains the New Hampshire Militia Act. 

Steuben. Regulations | for the | Order and Discipline | of the 
I Troops I of the | United States. | To which is Added, | An Ap- ' 
pendix, | containing the | United States' Militia Act, | Passed in | 
Congress, May, 1792. | A new Edition, illustrated by eight Copper- \ 
plates, I accurately engraved. | By Baron de Stuben, | Late Major 
General and Inspector General of the Army of the | United States. 
Printed at Exeter, | by Henry Ranlet, for Thomas &' Andrews, 
Faust's Statue, No. 46, Newbury-Street, Boston. | MDCCXCIV. 
l2mo, pp. 91, (2), 34. 8 folded plates. aas., aml., b., h. 91430 

The appendix is the same as in the preceding issue. 

[Steuben.] Regulations | for the | Order and Discipline | of 
the I Troops | of the | United States. | To which is added: | Rules 
and articles for the better Govern- | ment of the troops, raised, or to 
be raised, and | kept in pay, by and at the expense of the United | 
States of America. | [Halifax.] Printed and fublished agreeable to 
an Act of Assembly | of the State of N orth-C arolina, | by Hodge & 



STEUBEN. 



397 



Wills Printers to the State. | 1794. | i2mo, pp. (4), 73, (5), 62. 
I 8 folded plates. c., unc. 9 1 43 1 

Title supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

The Rules and Articles, pp. 62, have a separate title page. 

The printers, Hodge and Wills, were the publishers of the "North-Carolina Jour- 
nal," printed in Halifax, N. C. 

Steuben. Steuben's Manual Exercise. (Abridged for the ac- 
' commodation of non-commissioned officers.) Hartjord: Printed by 
Elisha Babcock. 1794. QI4.'22 

I Title from Evans. 

! 

Steuben. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the 
I Troops of the United States. By Baron de Steuben. Newbern: 
\ Printed by F. X. Martin. 1794. 914'^'? 

d Title from Evans. 

f Steuben. Regulations | for the | Order and Discipline | of the 
I Troops of the United States. | By Baron de Steuben, | Late Major 
I General and Inspector General in the American Army. | Part I. I 
The Tenth Edition. | To which is added, | the | Manual Exercise, 
land Evolutions | of the | Cavalry: | As practised in the late Ameri- 
can Army. | New-York — Printed at Greenleafs Press. \ 1794. | 
[l2mo, pp. (8), 5-95. 8 folded plates. 

I C, M., NYH., NYP., WLC. 91434 

[Steuben.] Regulations | for the | Order and Discipline | of 
jthe I Troops | of the | United States | Part I. | Philadelphia: \ Printed 
\by Charles Cist, No. 104, North Second-street. | m,dcc,xciv. | 
;i2mo, pp. (4), 73, (5), 39. 8 folded plates. aas., c. 91435 

i Some copies were issued without the final pp. 39, which have a separate title page 
and contains Laws regulating the Militia of the State of New Jersey, aas. and c. 
.each have both issues. 

j Steuben. Steuben's Military Exercise for the Government of 
the Troops of the United States. Philadelphia : Printed by E. Os- 
wald. 1794. 91436 

I Title from Evans. 

I 

I Steuben. Regulations | for the | Order and Discipline | of the | 
ITroops of the United States, | By Baron de Stuben. | To which are 
jprefixed the | Laws and Regulations | for | Governing and Disci- 
Iplining | The Militia of the United States. | And the | Laws for 
Terming and Regulating | the | Militia of the State of New-Hamp- 
[Shire. | Published by order of the Hon. General-Court | of the 
iState of New-Hampshire. | Portsmouth: \ Printed by J. Melcher, 



398 STEUBEN. 



Printer to the State of | New-Hamf shire y 1794. | l2mo, pp. xxxvi, | 
153,(3). 8 plates, seven of which are folded. ' 

AAS., C, JCB., NYP., Y. 91437 { 
Pp. [i]— [2], following p. xxxvi, are blank. 

Steuben. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the ' 
Volunteer Army of the United States of America, agreeable to i 
Baron Steuban [sic]. Wilmington: Printed by S. ^ J. Adams. ' 
1794. 91438! 

Title from Evans. 

[Steuben.] Regulations | for the | Order and Discipline] of the ! 
I Troops I of the | United States. | Part I. | Philadelfhia: \ Printed', 
by Charles Cist, No. 104, | North Second-Street^ m,dcc,xcv. | I 
i2mo,pp. (4), 151, (8). 8 folded plates. | 

AAS., H., HEH., NYP. 91439 ]i 

Steuben. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the I' 
Volunteer Army of the United States of America, agreeable to 'j 
Baron Steuben ; with instructions for the exercise of the light horse. •:{ 
Wilmington: Printed by Samuel and John Adams. 1795. 914401] 

Title from Evans. j 

Steuben. Steuben's Military Discipline for the Regulation of 1 
the Troops of the United States. Baltimore: Printed by P. Ed- 
wards & J. W. Allen. 1796. 91441 i 

Title from Evans. 

Steuben. Steuben's Military Discipline, for the Regulation of 
the Troops of the United States. Ornamented with cuts, &c. With 
the Articles of war annexed. Edenton: \^N. C] Printed by Henry 
Wills. 1796. 91442 

Title from Evans. \ 

I 

Steuben. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the 
Troops of the United States. By Baron Steuben. To which are 
added, the Manual Exercise and Evolutions of the Cavalry. New- 
London: Printed by Sam-uel Green. 1796. 9^443 

Title from Evans. 

Steuben. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the 
Troops of the United States. By Baron de Steuben. To which are 
added, the Manual and Evolutions of the Cavalry. The whole ex- 
render it far preferable to any other edition now in use. Providence : 
emplified by nine handsome copperplates, and full bound, which 



STEUBEN. 



399 



■Printed by Carter and Wilkinson, and sold at the Providence Book- 
store, off osite the Market. ij()6. 91444 

I Title from Evans. 

I Steuben. Regulations | for the | Order and Discipline | of the | 
Troops of the United States. | By Baron de Steuben, | Late Major 
General and Inspector General in the American Army. | Part I. 
The Tenth Edition. | To which is added, | The Manual Exercise, 
md Evolutions | of the | Cavalry: | as practised in the late American 
Army. | New-York: | Printed by Hugh Gaine, at the Bible, Pcarl- 
■treet. \ 1798. | i2mo, pp. (4), 73, 15, verso blank, (4). 8 folded 
plates. NYH. 91445 

I [Steuben.] Regulations | for the | Order and Discipline | of the 
' Troops I of the | United States. | White-Hall: \ Printed for Wil- 
'iam Young, Bookseller \ and Stationer, No. 52, South Second- 
street, I Philadelfhia. \ M,DCC,xcviii. | i2mo, pp. (4), 73, (5). 
i5 folded plates. aas., aml. 91446 

' [Steuben.] Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the 
iFroops of the United States. Part I. Philadelfhia: Printed by 
'Charles Cist, No. 104, North Second-Street, M,DCCC. l2mo, pp. 
[4), 151, (8). 9 folded plates. 

i AAS., B., BA., BM., C, NYP., Y. 9I447 

! Steuben. Extracts from the Baron de Steuben's Regulations 
jor the Order and Discipline of the Troops of the United States; 
!:omprehending those parts of the Military Exercise absolutely neces- 
ary to be known by every non-commissioned Officer and Private in 
he Militia. Sale?n: Printed by Joshua Cushing. 1 80 1. 8vo, pp. 
13. M. 91448 

• Steuben. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the 
iFroops of the United States. Embellished with Nine Copperplates, 
including a Plate exhibiting the Various Motions of the Manual Ex- 
ircise. By Frederick William Steuben, Late Inspector-General of 
;he Armies of the United States. Boston: Printed for William 
Gorman, Book and Chart Seller. i8o2. i2mo, pp. (8), 73, ( I ). 
|) folded plates, aas., b., ba., c, h., heh., y. -h Lancaster. i8o2. 
I 2mo. Plates. BM. 91449 

[ Steuben. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the 
jfroops of the United States. To which is added, an Appendix, con- 
jaining the United States Militia Act; together with the Law organ- 
izing the Militia of the State of New-York, as now amended. An 



400 STEUBEN. i 

I 
I 

improved Edition, illustrated by Nine new and accurate Copper \ 
Plate Engravings. By Baron de Stuben, late Major-General an( 1 
Inspector-General of the Army of the United States. Albany \ 
Printed for Daniel ^ Samuel Whiting. 1803. 1 2 mo, pp. 144 i 
141-146. 9 plates, eight of which are folded. } 

AAS., HEH., MINNHS., NYH., NYP., WLC. 9I45( ! 
In some copies the ninth plate also is folded, nyp. ; 

Steuben. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the. 
Troops of the United States. By Baron de Steuben, late Majo; 
General, and Inspector General of the American Army. To whicl j 
is added, the Manual Exercise & Evolutions of the Cavalry as prac- 1 
tised in the late American Army. Bennington; Printed by A. Has-l 
well &" Co. 1803. l6mo, pp. 140, (4). 8 folded plates. ' 

BA., 0.914511! 

Steuben. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of thc'.j 
Troops of the United States, by Baron de Stuben. To which are;' 
prefixed the Laws and Regulations for Governing and Disciplining!! 
the Militia of the United States. And the Laws for Forming andil 
Regulating the Militia of the State of New-Hampshire. . . . From 
the Press of J. Melcher, Portsmouth, N.H. 1 804. l2mo, pp. 180, j 
8 folded plates. AAS. 91452 { 

Steuben. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the \ 
Troops of the United States. Embellished with nine copperplates, i 
including a plate exhibiting the various motions of the Manual Ex- : 
ercise. By Frederick William Steuben, Late Inspector-General of ! 
the Armies of the United States. Boston: Printed for William] 
Norm,any Book and Chart Seller. 1 805. i2mo, pp. 81, (i). 9| 
folded plates. aas., m., p. 91453 | 

None of the copies examined have more than eight plates, but the aas. copy shows j 
the stub of the frontispiece which was to illustrate the Manual Exercise. I 

Steuben. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of thej 
Troops of the United States. By Baron de Steuben. Part I. To ' 
which is prefixed, the Militia Law of the United States, and the j 
Militia Law of the State of New-York. Also, is added, the Man- ' 
ual Exercise, and Evolutions of the Cavalry: as practised in the late 
American Army; and the Rules and Articles of War. New-York: 
Printed by Ming and Young, for John Bleecker. No. 148, Pearl- j 
Street. 1805. i2mo, pp. 22, 73, 15, verso blank, (4), 30. 8 
folded plates. nyh. 91454 

The Rules and Articles, the final pp. 30, have a separate title page, with a slightly 
varying imprint. 



STEUBEN. 



401 



! Steuben. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the 
Troops of the United States. By Baron de Stuben, late Major- 
iGeneral and Inspector-General of the Army of the United States. 
|An improved edition, illustrated by new and accurate copper-plate 
engravings. Albany: Printed and sold by Backus & Whiting, No. 
^^, State-Street. 1807. i2mo, pp. 116, ( I ), advertisements (3). 
9 plates, eight of which are folded. B., BA., nyh. 91455 

(, Some copies lack the frontispiece. 

i Steuben. Steuben's Regulations for the Order and Discipline of 
'•he Troops of the United States. Illustrated by a frontispiece, ex- 
libiting the manual exercise, and eight other copperplates, explana- 
tory of the movements of a company, regiment, or battalion. Bos- 
'on: Printed for William Pelham. 1807. i2mo, pp. 81, verso 
,)lank, (i). 9 folded plates. B., H., nyp. + [Same title with the 
jiddition, "To which are added, the Militia Laws of the United 
states, and of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts." Same im- 
j)rint and date, but issued in 1810.] i2mo, pp. 81, verso blank, 
,^l); Militia Act, 50, (9), advertisement (i). 9 folded plates. 
! AAS. 91456 

The H. copy of the first issue is bound with the following:: 
I Laws for regulating and governing the Militia of the Commonwealth of Massa- 
ihusetts. With an index. To which is added, in an Appendix, the United States Militia 
|LCt8, Passed in Congress, May 8, 1792, and March 2, 1803. Published under the 
Inspection of the Adjutant-General of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Boston: 
'Published by Thomas & Andrews, No. 45, Newbury-Street — June, 1807. J. T. Buck- 
,igham, printer. l2mo, pp. 45, (3). 

I Title of the Militia Act found in the second issue: An Act for regulating, govern- 
'ig, and training the Militia of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Passed March 
, 1810. With an index. Published under the direction and inspection of the Secre- 
iry and the Adjutant-General of the Commonwealth. Boston: Published by Andrew 
. Allen, No. 66, State-Street. Samuel Avery, printer — 1 8 10. 

I [Steuben.] Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the '\)OJC 
froops of the United States. Lancaster: Printed by John R. , vb £^^ tf 
Hathews. 1807. i2mo, pp. (2), iv, (2), 5-85, verso blank, " 0~J^ / 

lank recto, ( I ). 8 folded plates. nyp. 91457 / A- "^ 

Issued with "An Act for the Regulation of the Militia of . . . Pennsylvania," ' "^ 

ancaster, 1807, which precedes the "Regulations." 

I Steuben. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the 
froops of the United States. By Baron de Steuben. To which is 
refixed, the Militia Law of the United States, and that of the 
tate of New-York. Also is added, the Manual Exercise and Evo- 
ations of the Cavalry, as practised in the late American Army, 
^nd the Rules and Articles of War. A New Edition, illustrated by 
ccurate copperplate engravings. New-York: Printed for Evert 



402 STEUBEN. 

Duyckincky No no Pearl-street. 1807. i2mo, pp. (2), 73, 15 
(4), 30. 9 folded plates. nyp. 91451I 

The Rules and Articles, the final pp. 30, have a separate title page with the sam J 
imprint and date as the issue included in the New York, 1 80S, edition. | 

The NYP. copy lacks the Militia Laws. 

Steuben. The Militia Soldier's Pocket Companion; being ai; 
extract from Steuben's Regulations, ordered by Congress for thi 
government ... of the Troops of the United States . . . Worcester j 
Printed by Thomas ^ Sturtevant. 1 807. l2mo, pp. 24. { 

BM. 9I45(;j 

Title from the bm. Catalogue. Names of printers and collation supplied froni 
Nichols' "Bibliography of Worcester," 2d ed., p. 211. j 

Steuben. The Mihtary Companion: being a System of Com-i| 
pany Discipline, founded on the Regulations of Baron Steuben, LattI 
Major-General and Inspector-General of the Army of the United] 
States. Containing, the Manual Exercise, facings, steps, turnings!! 
wheelings, miscellaneous evolutions, and firings. Together witlj 
Duty of Officers and Privates. Designed for the Use of the Mili-l' 
tia. Second Edition, with Additions and Improvements. Newbury-\ 
fort: Published by W. & /. Gilman, Printers and Stationers^ ana- 
Prof rietors of the Cofy-Right. Sold by them, wholesale and retail I 
at their Book-Store and Printing-Ofice, West end of Middle-'^ 
Street. 1808. i2mo, pp. 47, advertisement (i). Double plate,! 
AAs., BM., H. + Ornamented with handsome copper-plates olj 
company evolutions. . . . Third Edition, Improved. Newburyforf.l 
Published by Thomas & Whiffle. Sold wholesale and retail, at \ 
their Book-Store, No. 2, State-Street. Geo. Hough, Printer, Con-\ 
cord. Afril. — 1 810. i2mo, pp. 48. Double plate, aas., BM. +i 
... Fourth Edition, Improved. Published and sold by Henry] 
Whiffle, Franklin-Place, Salem, Mass. Sold also at the Bookstore ■ 
oj Charles Whiffle, No. 4, State Street, Newbury fort. C. Norris\ 
& Co. Printers. 1815. i2mo, pp. 48. Double plate, aas. 9 1 460 

Steuben. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the' 
Troops of the United States. By Baron de Steuben, late Major ' 
General and Inspector General of the American Army. To which I 
is added the manual exercise, and evolutions of the cavalry, as prac- ) 
tised in the late American army. Printed fursuant to order of state, \ 
Bennington, Vermont, 1809. By Anthony Haswell, State Printer. \ 
l2mo, pp. (4), 7-105, (2). 8 folded plates. c, WLC. 91461 I 

Title supplied by Elizabeth B. Steere. j 



STEUBEN. 



403 



Steuben. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the 
Troops of the United States. By Baron de Steuben. To which is 
added, the Manual Exercise and Evolutions of the Cavalry, as prac- 
tised in the late American Army. Together with An Act to organize 
the Militia of the State of New-York, passed March 29, 1809. An 
improved Edition, illustrated by nine accurate copperplate engrav- 
ings. New-York: Published by Evert Dnyckinck, No. 1 10 Pearl- 
Street. 1809. i2mo, pp. 92, 45, (7). 9 plates. 

AAS., H., NYP. 91462 

See also: Rules and Regulations for the Field Exercise, and Manoeuvres of the 
Regiment, in addition to those directed by Baron Steuben. New-York: Printed by 
'imith & Forman. 1809. i2mo, pp. 22. nyh. Preface signed: Edward W. Laight, 
Lt. Col. Com. 

[Steuben.] Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the 
Troops of the United States. Philadelphia: Published by M. Carey^ 
No. 122 High-street. Alexander & PhillifSy Printers, Carlisle. 
1809. l2mo, pp. (10), 72. 8 folded plates. 

AAS., B., NYP., us. MIL. ACAD. 91463 

Steuben. The Military Companion. 1810. See entry with 
;dition of 1808. 

Steuben. The Military Assistant: being a Collection of Com- 
)any Discipline, principally selected from the writings of Frederick 
^V. Steuben ... by Emery Russell. Springfield, Mass. : T. Dick- 
nan. [1812.] i2mo, pp. 48. c. 91464 

Improved title of no. 74326, vol. 18. 

Steuben. The Soldier's Monitor: being a System of Discipline 
or the use of the Infantry of the United States; comprising chiefly 
he Regulations of the Baron de Steuben, Late Major General and 
nspector General in the American Army. With some variations in 
erms, and additions from late approved authors, to render it more 
iseful to Platoon Officers and Companies. By an Officer of the 
^lilitia. Rutland: Published by Fay & Davison. 1 8 14. i6mo, 
'P. 119, (i). AAS., B. 91465 

Steuben. The Military Companion. 1815. See entry with 
dition of 1808. 

Steuben, N.Y. Steuben Teachers' Institute. Catalogue. 1852. 
'Vo. 91466 

Title from the first supplement of the N. Y. State Library catalogue, 1 861. 



404 STEUBENVILLE. 

Steubenville, O. Proceedings of the Town Council of Steu- 
benville, and the Report of a Committee appointed by that body on 
the Subject of a Western National Armory. December 20, 1841J 
Steubenville : Printed by J. and R. C. Wilson. 1 84 1. 8vo, pp. 15.' 

B., BA., c. 914671 

Presbyterian Church. Brief History, Constitution, Rules, and| 
members, of the Presbyterian Church, Steubenville, Ohio. \_Steu-\ 
benville?'\ Printed for the use of the members. 1834. i2mo, pp. j 

24. HEH. 914681 

Title supplied by Willard O. Waters. i 

Steubenville Fem.ale Seminary. Catalogue and Outline of theij 
Steubenville Female Seminary, for the year ending in September,,! 
1837. [Steubenville F 1 836.] 8vo, pp. 16. Frontispiece. Con-! 
tinued. M. 91469(1 

AAS. has the issue for 1839—40, with title: Outline and Catalogue. j 

j 

Steubenville & Indiana Railroad Company. First Re-i 
port of the Board of Directors, of the Steubenville & Indiana Rail ! 
Road Company, accompanied by a map of the route and connecting; 
lines. Steubenville : Printed at the Steubenville Daily and Dollar ■ 
Messenger Book Office. 1850. 8vo, pp. 16. Map. 9i47oi 

Title from a copy in the possession of Thomas W. Streeter, who also has the second 
report, 1851: pp. 33, errata (i), and map. ' 

Steubenville and Indiana Railroad Company. [Colophon:] J 
Printed by R. C. Wilson, Steubenville. [1848.] 8vo, pp. 8. | 

Caption title. 9^47^ 

Gives report dated Steubenville, September 26, 1848, of Roswell Marsh, Chairman 

of a committee appointed at a meeting of the incorporators held Sept. 16, 1848 "to | 

collect information on the subject of the contemplated railway." 1 

Title and information supplied by T. W. Streeter, from his own copy. 

Stevart. See Steuart. i 

Stevens. See also Stephens. I 

j 

Stevens (A[bel]). An Alarm to American Patriots. A Ser- } 
mon on the Political Tendencies of Popery, considered in respect to j 
the Institutions of the United States, delivered in the Church Street 
Church, Boston, November 27, 1834. being the Day of Annual 
Thanksgiving. By Rev. A. Stevens. . . . Boston: Printed by 1 
David H. Ela, 19 Washington Street. 1834. 8vo, pp. 20. AAS., I 
BM., c, H., NYP., Y. + Second edition. [Same imprint and col- j 
lation.] 1835. b., BA., c, M., UTS. 91472 



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i Stev^ens. An Appeal to the Methodist Episcopal Church con- 
;:erning what its next general conference should do on the question 
of slavery. By Abel Stevens. New York: Printed by John F. 
Trow, 377 & 379 Broadway, corner of White Street. 1859. 

. . I2mO, pp. 48. AAS., B., C, NYP. 9I473 

I For a reply, see Whedon (D. D.). 

Stevens. Centenary Reflections on the Providential Character 
i)f Methodism. By Rev. Abel Stevens, A. M., Missionary to Texas. 
Sew-York: Published by T. Mason and G. Lane, for the Meth- 
\)dtst Episcopal Church, at the Conference Office, 200 Mulberry- 
<\treet. J. Collord, Printer. 1840. 8vo, cover title, and pp. 32. 

j H. 91474 

I Stevens. Essays on the Preaching required by the Times and 
'he best methods of obtaining it with reminiscences and illustra- 
jions of Methodist preaching including rules for extemporaneous 
•reaching and characteristic sketches of Olin, Fisk, Bascom, Cook- 
pan, Summeriield, and other noted extemporaneous preachers. By 
\bel Stevens. New York: Published by Carlton & Phillips 200 
Vlulberry Street 1855. l2mo, pp. 2, 266, 8. C, Y. + [Same 
-nprint.] 1856. i2mo, pp. 266. c. 91475 

I Title of the 1855 edition supplied by Ernest Kletsch. 

I Stevens. . . . Government of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 
i-Its Origin. By A. Stevens, A. M. [Colophon:] Published 
Monthly, by Franklin Rand, at Zion^s Herald Office, and Waite, 
?eirce &" Co., I Cornhill, Boston. . . . Reid & Rand, Printers, 3 
'ornhill, Boston. [182-?] l6mo,pp. 18. B. ,¥.91476 

Caption title. With heading: "Tracts for the Times : : : No. I. . . ." Continued in 
Tracts for the Times : : : : No. 2." y. On the